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Have you found yourself drooling over the Grand Design Imagine floorplans? Even though we are in a Solitude, we love seeing what new features and updates are put into all Grand Design lines. Whether you’re looking to full-time or just take the kids out for the weekend, the Imagine line from Grand Design RV is an excellent choice for your traveling needs.
Why Grand Design RV?
Grand Design RV is committed to providing long term value, customer focus, and offer an experienced workforce with beautiful craftsmanship. These values allow them to have an industry-leading warranty (3-year structural), the highest quality standards with multiple checkpoints, and superior service.
So the real question is why wouldn’t you want a Grand Design? Without further ado, let’s get into the best Grand Design Imagine floorplans!
Grand Design Imagine 2600RB
This trailer has a UVW of 5795, with a hitch weight of 594 pounds. The length is at 29’8”, getting you into the smaller hidden camping spots with ease! There is a generous 52-gallon freshwater tank, 82-gallon gray, and 45-gallon waste capacity.
When you enter the unit towards the rear, the bathroom is on your left, with a 30×36” shower with skylight, linen closet, commode, and sink with a spacious counter. A slide-out is across from the door with a tri-fold sofa and a U-shaped dinette.
The kitchen on the curbside is full-featured, including a slide-out pet dish. The master bedroom is in the front of the trailer and includes a standard walk around queen bed with plenty of overhead cabinets. Lastly, a 21-foot awning and Step Above aluminum steps round out this unit.
Grand Design Imagine 2800BH
This Grand Design Imagine floorplan is larger than the previous rig with a UVW of 6386 and a hitch weight of 604 pounds. Additionally, the length is 32 feet. In this bunkhouse unit, the rear curbside has a double over double bed providing plenty of room for growing kids. Under the bunks is the coveted outdoor kitchen, including a fridge and cooktop! There is also an outdoor spray hose to clean dirty pets, cooking gear, or the kids before they get in the trailer.
A street-side corner bath has a nice window and curved vanity counter, along with a spacious shower and skylight. The slide-out has a tri-fold sofa, U-shaped dinette, and the curbside kitchen has the same layout and design as the 2600RB. Above all, the front master also has a walk around queen bed but has a second entry door for the parents.
Grand Design Imagine 3100RD
When it comes to Grand Design Imagine floorplans, this is one of our favorites. This trailer design has a mid-entry point, and the rear of the unit is dedicated to a spacious den with two tri-fold sofas, a 50” TV with fireplace, and double theater seating. The couch and kitchen area is in a slideout on the street side.
A free-standing, folding dinette makes a spacious dining/kitchen area that can be multi-purpose. A mid-bath divides the family area from the master bedroom, also featuring a walk around queen bed.
Grand Design Imagine 2250RK
This is the smaller Grand Design Imagine unit, perfect for a couple or small family. For instance, it is 27’11” long and weighing UVW 5546, and with a hitch weight of 515 pounds, this trailer is elegant and easily towed by many full-size SUVs. The freshwater is a 52-gallon tank, the gray is a 90-gallon tank, and the black tank comes in at 45 gallons.
This Grand Design Imagine floorplan has two entries to the trailer, one to the front queen walk around the bedroom, and one in the rear where the kitchen and living areas are. A theater seating dinette is optional with a removable table for those who don’t have many sit-down dinners and are more into eating in front of the telescoping 40” TV or relaxing in front of the 48” fireplace below. Lastly, a walk through bathroom divides the living from the master bedroom.
Grand Design Imagine XLS Line
The XLS line has many similarities to the Imagine line, however it The XLS line was created to stay under 5,000 pounds. This allows medium-duty trucks and SUVs to tow a well-built trailer that doesn’t skimp on quality or amenities. Similar to the Imagine line, the XLS line still has 78” ceiling heights, solid drawer fronts, ball bearing full extension drawer slides, residential walk-in showers, and large windows.
If you’re looking for a lighter Grand Design Imagine floorplan, the XLS line is for you. We wanted to highlight two of their awesome floorplans for your consideration.
Grand Design Imagine XLS 17MKE
The 17MKE comes in at 4674 pounds, hitch weight of 480 pounds, and is 21’11” long. Freshwater is 43 gallons, the gray tank has a 45-gallon capacity, and waste is 37 gallons.
The 17MKE has a front entry with a queen murphy bed to maximize floor space during the daytime. The kitchen offers plenty of cabinet space and countertops. The street-side rear has a shower, vanity, commode, and a theater dinette. The dinette is in a convenient slide-out to allow plenty of room!
Grand Design Imagine XLS 24MPR
The back of the trailer is a toy hauler garage to accommodate all the toys. In other words, this floorplan is for the outdoor adventure family! Two stair entries to this trailer, one on each side, allow for multiple usage patterns. The rear ramp allows for easy loading and unloading of gear like ATVs, kayaks, bikes, and more. At the same time, a convertible sleeping system includes a queen or double bunk bed. The garage area is 10’ long with 1500 pounds of carrying capacity to bring all the toys on the adventure.
The middle of the trailer has an ample kitchen on the street side. It offers a mid bath with a walk-in residential shower, commode and sink, and a front murphy queen bed. The bed folds up to show chairs and a removable dining table. The outdoor area includes a spray off hose for cleaning the dogs, toys, and cooking gear before packing up. Lastly, this RV has an 18’ awning for outdoor living space, and an LP quick connect.
The Grand Design Imagine floorplans are some of the most popular on the market. Understandable, considering the wide variety of floorplans available to suit anyone. Whether you’re a couple, a large family, towing with a truck, or with an SUV, the Imagine line has you covered. In other words, there is sure to be an Imagine travel trailer floor plan to suit your adventure needs with many options to choose from!
If you’re ready to look through more floorplans, check out Best Grand Design Solitude Floorplans and the Best Grand Design Momentum Floorplans!
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That is a nice for plan for a couple. Right now we have the 337rls Reflection from Grand Design. We started out years ago with a couple different trailers with three daughters. They are grown so we bought a fifth wheel. We love it. Grand Design is a great company. We love watching your videos. Stay safe and have fun
I can relate to your comments about wanting a smaller trailer until you are all set up. We have pondered the idea many times to move down to a smaller trailer. Then we get all set up and sitting in ours, and don’t want to downsize. Although ours is only 30′, at times when we are boondocking it keeps us out of some areas and campsites. Other times we think about a bigger one when are on extended stays in big open area’s. After all is said & done we’re very pleased with our 30′ Jayco. We do like the Grand Design’s though and maybe the next one will be one (?).