Among the units Lance Camper Mfg. Co. debuted in 2014 was its model 2612 toy hauler. With a garage large enough to hold a Polaris RZR four-seat side-by-side and with a dry weight of just 6,950 pounds (9,950 GVWR), the 32-foot 2612 is aimed at the toy-hauling enthusiast. “We tried to build a unit that people would feel comfortable in, as comfortable as they would in a travel trailer. What we ended up with is a crossover type of toy hauler, one that is just as at home with the family camping at the ocean or in the mountains as it is being used with bikes, motorcycles, side-by-sides out in the desert,” said Jack Cole, Lance president and CEO. The front bedroom houses a queen bed and the living quarters feature a well-appointed galley, 6-cubic-foot fridge and sofa bed/dinette opposite two recliners. In the rear of the garage, a top queen bed lift bunk bed is positioned above one of two added sleeping configurations, both of which stow away. Among the standard features: a 100-gallon water tank, 40-gallon fuel tank, electric side and rear awnings with LED lighting and blue LED accent lighting. Options include keyless entry, 4Kw Onan generator, central vacuum, automatic tracking satellite dish, solar panel, roof rack and ramp door patio railing system. MSRP is $60,053.