Thursday, September 21, 2023


Tour the Bigfoot RV 25RQ fiberglass travel trailer

As we’ve talked about in a previous post, there are a whole lot of advantages to fiberglass travel trailers, and Bigfoot RV arguably makes some of the best. One of the complaints I often hear is that fiberglass trailers are simply not big enough. If that’s the case for you, consider the Bigfoot RV 25RQ, which I believe is the largest of the fiberglass trailers currently on the market.

The team at Over the River and Through the Woods own this trailer and in the video below they give us a tour. This is handy, as it is rare to find Bigfoot RVs on a lot.

The video starts with the couple driving to Everett, WA, to pick up their brand-new Bigfoot RV 25RQ travel trailer. As they had waited 15 months for its completion, this was a big day for them.

This is a four seasons trailer, which means that the water tanks are inside a layer of insulation.

The couple especially likes the front dinette, which is surrounded by windows. Besides dining, it makes a convenient workspace outside the flow of kitchen traffic. Of course, it also converts to a bed.

I like the large fridge in the kitchen but, for my money, that single 13-inch kitchen sink is too small.

The bath in here is one of the few dry baths I have seen in a fiberglass trailer, meaning the shower is separate from the porcelain toilet and sink.

You’ll find lots of storage in this fiberglass trailer, including a large wardrobe closet and lots of drawers.

The bedroom sports a queen-sized bed with enough room to walk around it, making it easy to change the sheets. Under the bed is a huge storage area.

Bigfoot RV 25RQ travel trailer specs

  • GVWR: 7,500 lbs.
  • Dry weight: 4,863 lbs.
  • Fresh water: 45 gallons
  • Gray water: 45 gallons
  • Black water: 45 gallons
  • Propane: Two 30-lb tanks
  • Water heater: 6 gallons
  • 30-amp power
  • Rearview camera
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Length: 25’6”
  • MSRP: $81,825

Learn more about this trailer here.


Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard is the author 8 published books on topics as diverse as US Citizenship to Cannabis Cooking. Cheri grew up in a circus family and has been RVing on and off her entire life.


  1. I really liked the other format for RV Review. I loved having the vehicle layout as part of the article so that I could see it.

    • Hi, Brenda. Tony Barthel’s reviews, which are back in the newsletters on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday, are set up the way he used to do them. Cheri Sicard, who is also doing RV reviews, just has a different format but they are still interesting and informative. Have a good night. 😀 –Diane at

  2. This seems like a nice TT, but I can’t understand why anyone would want the dining booth in the front with all those beautiful windows. I would like to eventually get a TT with the dinette and windows in the rear so when I back in the site. I can see the water front sites or woods and not the road. I’ d also like the bathroom fans on a switch or remote since it would be harder to reach for shorter people like my wife. I like the entry steps. Good idea to put light over dinning booth. Price seems high, is it Canadian or American price. Cheri why can’t I expand your videos on my iPhone. Being visually impaired a little bigger is better.

  3. I think I actually like this trailer. Except for the kitchen sink. There’s barely enough room to wash your hands, let alone dishes. But there’s potential here. Walk around bed is a HUGE plus, as are the side ‘tables’ for leaving stuff you might need overnight. A real vent fan in the bathroom instead of those worthless noise makes in most other trailers. Although the front looks a little goofy with that partly enclosed propane and battery cover, I could get used to it.
    It looks like easy living even without a slide.

    • I like it a lot too. But you are right on the sink and I would also need a bigger fridge, if I recall (would have to watch again). Bigfoot has a great reputation for quality too.

  4. The biggest flaw I saw in the review is the 30 GALLON propane tanks, I believe it should read 30 pound propane tanks as 30 gallons would be very large on the front of the trailer. I know the lady said 30 gallon but she was misspoken also.


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