Pack the toys, grab the kids and party on the deck of the Cherokee Wolf Pack 23GOLD15 toy hauler.

Toy haulers have long been a popular choice for adventurers who wanted to take along their motorbikes and all-terrain vehicles. Splashed with racy graphics and somewhat minimal interiors, the toy haulers of years past often weren’t marketed toward families. However, today’s toy haulers come with residential flourishes and loads of family-friendly appeal, making them competitors for those seeking something more flexible than a bunkhouse travel trailer.

The 2020 Cherokee Wolf Pack 23GOLD15 is one toy hauler where families can feel at home. The comfortable interior makes it easy to forget that the rear garage space is, well, a garage. However, the impressive cargo capacity (topping 4,500 pounds) makes it clear that this toy hauler means business. Fully loaded, the 23GOLD15 can weigh up to 11,300 pounds.

Flexible Sleeping Spaces

Rear garage of toy hauler with lower and upper beds in position.
With convertible roll-over sofas and a manually operated bunk that comes down from near the ceiling, the 23GOLD15 can sleep four in the rear garage space.

Unlike traditional bunkhouse trailers, toy haulers usually do not feature dedicated bunks for the kids. Instead, the 23GOLD15 has convertible beds in the garage area. Two roll-over sofas transform into a large bed, and a bunk manually glides down from the ceiling for additional sleeping space. As many as four kids can get a good night’s rest in this pair of roomy beds, with USB charging ports easily accessible.

For Mom and Dad, a walk-around king-size bed and abundant storage await up front in the enclosed master bedroom. The adjacent bathroom has separate doors to the bedroom and main living area, and features an enclosed corner shower.

Trailer bedroom with dark bedspread on queen bed and cabinets above
A separate master bedroom features a king-size bed surrounded by windows and storage, as well as a convenient entrance to the bathroom (not shown).

Cozy Living Area

The 23GOLD15 houses a roomy kitchen, thanks to the side slide that bumps out the 10-cubic-foot refrigerator, microwave, oven and cooktop, significantly opening up the floor space. A counter extends at a right angle to a deep farm sink. Wood cabinetry adds a cozy touch.

Across from the kitchen, a versatile space has room for a folding table and two optional lounge chairs. The table can also be used with the rear sofas to create a dinette and provide a functional place for meals, work or play. Opening the garage door extends the living space onto the rear ramp, which can be equipped with the optional deck-railing system.

View of toy hauler from midship to rear with plank-look flooring, kitchen and rear sofas.
The interior provides a modern residential feeling with vinyl plank flooring and black kitchen appliances housed in a slideout.

Standards and Upgrades

Upsized standard features like the 100-gallon freshwater tank, 15,000-Btu air conditioner and 35,000-Btu furnace help the 23GOLD15 shine. The Gold Package comes with a tire-monitoring system, sturdy MORyde entry steps, an LP-gas quick-connect, black-tank flush and solar prep.

Families seeking an open, comfortable space with room for toys and the whole crew will find the 23GOLD15 an appealing choice, with a starting MSRP of $30,927.

Outside of toy hauler with stairs and awning extended.
The painted metal exterior of the 23GOLD15 is designed for durability.

Manufacturer’s Specifications

2020 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pack 23GOLD15
Exterior Length: 33′ 5″
Exterior Width: 8′ 5″
Interior Height: 7′ 6″
Exterior Height: 12′ 5″
Freshwater Cap.:  100 gal.
Black-Water Cap.: 38 gal.
Gray-Water Cap.: 38 gal.
LP-Gas Cap.: 10 gal.
UVW: 6,768 lbs.
Hitch Weight: 1,152 lbs.
GVWR: 11,352 lbs.
Base MSRP: $30,927
forestriverinc.com/rvs/toy-haulers/wolf-pack-gold-series

Floorplan illustration of toy hauler showing front bedroom and rear sofas and table.

Click here to take a virtual tour of the 2020 Cherokee Wolf Pack 23GOLD15.



Author, blogger and photographer Kerri Cox.With her small bunkhouse travel trailer in tow, Kerri Cox has traveled near and far with her husband and two teenage sons, documenting their adventures on her blog, Travels with Birdy. When not on the road, she spends her time teaching and writing. Her words and photographs can be found in print and digital publications, including Trailer Life and the Good Sam Club Blog.


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