InTech Sol Horizon Specs: Interior Dimensions

If you have an InTech Sol Horizon on order and you are anxiously awaiting delivery, you could be frustrated not knowing the measurements of items inside. I know that we were! We wanted to start buying storage units, cubbies and accessories, but without being able to measure the spaces, we weren’t able to get stuff for our RV until it was delivered.

Which is why we hope these dimensions help you. We’ve measured just about everything you might need, but if there’s anything missing, just ask! Leave a comment or leave a comment on one of our YouTube videos.

We’ve listed interior dimensions and specs first for every inside living area of our InTech Sol Horizon 2021. Exterior dimensions are listed at the end.

Here’s our full Intech Sol Horizon trailer tour so that you can see these spaces:

If you’re considering getting this small trailer, check out our list of InTech Sol Horizon Pros and Cons.

*If you want to make custom decals, shirts, mugs or other items to show your love of Intech Sol RVs, you’ll want these downloadable SVG files to use!

Be sure to also check out our RV Lock replacement on our Sol Horizon for more peace of mind, and adding a solar-powered, wireless backup camera.

Living Room / Dinette Area

After much searching online, I finally found some great storage solutions that would fit most of the living room and dinette area cubbies and cabinets. You can see all of the items we use in our video below.

Over the Window Cabinets

I love using these long bins in these cabinets. They fit great! And I paid $6 for them. These larger square organization containers fit quite nicely, too.

  • Length: 55 3/4 inches (37 inches from white lip of dinette bed conversion storage to wall)
  • Width: 17 inches
  • Height: 10 inches inside at highest point; 7 inches from bottom of shelf to top of cabinet opening; 6 inches from shelf to cabinet hinge

Blackout Shade

  • Length: 80 inches

Shelf/Cubby Over Dinette (near door)

  • Length: 39 inches (wall to wall inside); 37 inches inside lips
  • Width: 5 inches inside of lip; 5 3/4 inches including lip
  • Height: 11 inches at tallest point; 7 inches at shortest point

Shelf/Cubby Over Dinette (near microwave)

We can put two of these long grey fabric caddies in this cubby to store electronics and gadgets. They blend in with the wall color which I love. Plus, there’s still room leftover for decor, books or adding other stuff you need.

  • Length: 44 inches (wall to wall inside); 42 1/2 inches inside lips
  • Width: 5 inches inside of lip; 5 3/4 inches including lip
  • Height: 11 1/2 inches at tallest point; 7 inches at shortest point


  • Length: 20 inches on shortest side; 35 inches on longest side
  • Width: 19 inches at widest point
  • Height: 31 inches

Seat Cushions

  • Width (with back cushions on): 17 inches at shortest; 21 inches at corner; 23 inches at widest part
  • Depth of Cushion: 4 1/4 inches
  • Height from Floor to Top of Seat: 21 1/4 inches
  • Height from Top of Seat to Top of Cushion: 15 1/2 inches

Dinette Bed (without back cushions)

  • Length: 81 inches
  • Width: 43 inches

Storage Area Under Dinette Cushion

  • Length: 22 inches at shortest; 32 inches at longest
  • Width: 18 inches at widest
  • Height: 16 inches

Windows in Dinette (both sides same size)

  • Length: 25 inches (outer edge of frame to outer edge)
  • Height: 21 inches
  • Window Blinds: 26 inches long


  • Height: 66 inches
  • Width: 21 3/4 inches



  • Length: 49 inches
  • Width: 20 1/4 inches
  • Height: 35 1/4 inches from floor

2 Burner Stove

This marble-look drying rack is our absolute favorite item for protecting the glass cover when using it as a prep surface. It’s also seen in our video above. We got ours for under $10 and it was definitely worth it!

  • Length: 19 inches
  • Width: 14 1/2 inches


  • Length: 23 inches (outer silver edge to outer silver edge); 21 inches interior
  • Width: 16 1/2 inches (outer silver edge to outer silver edge); 13 inches
  • Height: 6 3/4 inches

Under Sink

  • Length: 25 inches; 21 1/2 inches from drain pipe to wall
  • Width: 17 1/2 inches from front of piping to door
  • Height: 28 1/2 inches
trash can stored underneath RV sink

We made this garbage can and it fits perfectly under our sink, along with two milk crates for storage. Get your free Trailer Trash can SVG file to make your own!


  • Length: 49 inches
  • Height: 5 inches

Glass Partition by Sink / Bedroom

Keep in mind this is the actual partition, not the dimensions from the wall

  • Width: 6 3/4 inches
  • Height: 28 3/4 inches

Over-Stove Cabinets

  • Length: 48 inches
  • Width: 6 1/2 inches from lip; 7 1/2 inches including lip
  • Height: 12 inches at tallest point; 10 inches at shortest


  • Length: 18 3/4 inches
  • Width: 13 1/2 inches
  • Height: Top – 2 1/4 inches; Second – 5 inches; Third – 5 1/4 inches; Bottom 7 1/4 inches

Kitchen Window

  • Length: 45 inches (edge of metal frame to edge of metal frame)
  • Height: 20 1/4 inches (edge of metal frame to edge of metal frame)
  • Window Blinds: 46 inches long

3.7 Cu Ft 3-Way Refrigerator

  • Length: 17 1/2 inches
  • Width: 9 1/2 inches from edge of silver metal
  • Height: 26 1/4 inches (without freezer inside); 18 3/4 inches of refrigerator space with freezer inside
  • Removable Freezer: 5 1/2 inches height; 6 1/2 inches wide

Drawer Under Refrigerator

  • Length: 19 inches inside
  • Width: 13 3/4 inches
  • Height: 4 1/4 inches

Shelf Area Under Microwave

  • Length: 22 1/2 inches
  • Width: 6 inches from edge of microwave; 7 1/2 inches underneath microwave door
  • Height: 2 1/2 inches from shelf to bottom of microwave door; 18 1/2 inches from shelf to top of ceiling on tallest side; 17 1/2 inches on shortest side


Bed and Mattress

The bed is a standard size queen mattress. Thickness below is for the original factory mattress that came from the dealer in the RV.

We added two of these natural bed mats to increase air flow under the mattress to prevent mold.

And because there is only 9 inches between the bed platform and bottom of the window, we chose to DIY a custom RV mattress to get something we liked (it’s easy and affordable).

  • Length: 80 inches
  • Width: 60 inches
  • Height: 4 inches
  • Space from top of original dealer mattress to bottom of the long window: 9 inches
  • Space from bottom of the television to top of original dealer mattress: 17 inches
  • Bathroom wall by mattress: 31 inches deep

Drawer Under Bed

  • Length: 26 1/4 inches
  • Width: 13 3/4 inches
  • Height: 4 1/4 inches


  • Length: 28 3/4 inches
  • Height: 17 1/2 inches

Shelf/Cubby Area (Above the TV and on opposite wall over Emergency Exit window)

  • Length: 28 1/4 inches
  • Width: 5 inches inside of lip; 5 3/4 inches including lip
  • Height: 5 inches at shortest point, 10 inches at tallest point

Cabinets Over Bed

  • Length: 26 1/2 inches (left cabinet); 25 1/4 inches (center cabinet); 26 1/2 inches (right cabinet)
  • Width: 7 1/2 inches inside of lip; 8 1/4 inches including lip
  • Height: 4 inches at shortest point (corner by wall); 10 1/2 inches at tallest point (front of the cabinet)

Tables Over Bed

  • Length: 8 1/2 inches
  • Width: 5 3/4 inches
  • Distance Between Two Tables: 54 inches L


  • Length: 61 1/8 inches from outer edge of metal trim to outer edge
  • Height: 15 3/4 inches outer edge of rim to outer edge

Emergency Exit Window

  • Length: 37 1/2 inches from outer edge of metal trim to outer edge
  • Height: 19 inches
  • Length of Blinds for Window: 38 inches


The bathroom includes a mesh pocket storage system, along with 2 attached towel hooks.

Interior Dimensions

  • Length: 44 inches
  • Width: 29 1/2 inches
  • Height: 73 inches

Space Around Toilet

  • From Edge of Toilet Seat to Wall in Front: 24 inches
  • Edge of Toilet Base to Wall in Front: 25 inches
  • Wall to Wall: 26 inches
  • From Edge of Toilet to Wall on Left: 7 1/2 inches
  • From Edge of Toilet to Wall on Right: 7 inches

InTech Sol Dimensions and Specs

Exterior Features

  • Overall Height: 9 feet 6 inches
  • Interior Height: 6 feet 6 inches
  • Overall Length: 19 feet
  • Ground Clearance: 11 1/2 inches
  • Dry Weight: 3,230-3,350 LBS
  • Tongue Weight: 465-495 LBS
  • Ball Height: 17 1/2 inches
  • GVWR: 4,000 LBS
  • Net Carrying Capacity: 525-610 LBS
  • Fresh Tank: 28 gallons
  • Grey/Black Combo Tank: 32 gallons
  • Awning: 10 feet Long (manual)

Interior Features

  • Air Conditioning: 13.5K BTU
  • 6 Gallon electric/gas water heater
  • 1 Cu Ft Stainless Steel Microwave
  • MaxxAir Vent Fan in Bedroom
  • Vent Fan in Bathroom
  • Bluetooth Stereo with 2 speakers and TV Prep
  • 16 BTU furnace
  • 6 gallon electric/gas water heater

34 thoughts on “InTech Sol Horizon Specs: Interior Dimensions”

  1. Ron and Rebecca Kasco

    Hello CouchPotatoes,
    My wife and I Love your site and the information you provide. Thank You for that, we do subscribe to your YouTube site. I had a question regarding the pull out kitchen (seems that’s a dimension not found anywhere) I wonder what the opening size of the compartment is and the size of the pull-out tray. As we already have a fridge/freezer made by a different company. If you could enlighten us we’d greatly appreciate it. We are in the process of ordering out 20121 Sol Horizon Rover and are very excited going forward. Thank You again for your wonderful YouTube videos and have a great day.
    Ron and Rebecca Kasco

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      Ron and Rebecca we emailed you a series of four images with dimensions of the pull out tray area. Let us know if there are any additional dimensions we can provide to assist you! Thank you!

      1. I’m also interested to know the max side an AC/DC cooler can be to fit in the pull-out designated for it. Can you post the drawings mentioned? Thanks very much. All your info is very much appreciated!

        1. Couch Potato Camping

          We have the Dometic CFF 35 (AC/DC) cooler/freezer that is about the max size that you can fit on the exterior pull-out ‘kitchen’. The dimensions of that cooler/freezer (without the handles attached) are: 23.23″L x 15.67″W x 15.67″H.

          The clear inside dimensions of the area where the cooler/freezer is located are” 23.375″L x 17.25″W x 16″H (clear height from the top of the pull-out to the opening of the exterior door).

        1. Couch Potato Camping

          The interior square footage of the InTech Sol Horizon is approximately 102 SF. That number is an approximation due to the front, curved geometry of the trailer and the other interior features.

  2. Thanks for all the data! We’re drooling over the Horizon and have been searching for specs. Thanks for posting all of that info!

  3. This is great information! By chance do you have the measurement for the opening to the rear storage area, and it’s depth?

    Thank you!

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      There are two exterior storage areas at the rear of Sol Horizon, one on the passenger side and one on the driver’s side of the trailer. Here are the dimensions:
      -Passenger Side Exterior Storage: Clear door opening is 17″ tall x 40″ wide with a storage area depth of ~25″ (this is the compartment that many Sol Horizons have the slide out griddle and cooler)
      -Driver Side Exterior Storage: Clear door opening is 17″ tall x 20″ wide with a storage area depth of ~55″

      Thank you!

  4. Patiently waiting for our Horizon to come in. My wife and I have watched every Intech video and new camper owners video on YouTube. Your videos are great!

    My question is how much space is behind the hookup area inside? I want to hard wire a surge protector inside to eliminate the possibility of theft or leaving it behind. I assume access is from above under the mattress. Do you have dimensions or pictures of that area?

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      Hi Tracy! Thank you! When we get to our trailer, I’ll see if we can send some pictures. I don’t have those dimensions right now. Take care!

  5. Has anyone found a good cargo bin/bins to slide in the rear pass-through storage? If you don’t get the outdoor kitchen, this pass-through storage is available, but hard to access the middle!

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      Hi Peyton, I did see someone mentioning a Christmas tree storage bin that worked great in the pass through storage. I don’t have the model number, but it was from Target, I think. Perhaps when seasonal storage comes out again you could look for longer storage bins.

  6. Can you give me the measurement of the floor space in front of toilet for a teak floor mat? Our horizon is on order.
    Thank you

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      Hi Mary, the floor is about 25 inches wide from the toilet base to the wall (not including the lip and curved area of the floor). And about 26 inches wide from wall to wall.

  7. We love your info! Sooo helpful thank you. Is it possible for you to send us the specs on the microwave? We are ordering one a d want to put a convection micro in. Trying to figure out what will fit and how to make a go of it.

  8. Hi. We just started watching your Youtube channel because we are looking to buy a Horizon. Do you know the outside dimension of the trailer not including the axle/fenders/wheels? Also is the tv 12 volt or 120?
    Thanks in advance for your time and videos.
    Jim and Lisa

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      The width of the Sol Horizon trailer ‘box’ is 84″ wide. The length of the trailer ‘box’ varies depending – due to the sloped rear and sloped front – on where you take the measurement, but essentially that length is approximately 15′. The TV on the Horizon is 120V and it will not run on the trailers house (deep cycle AGM) batteries.

  9. Fantastic writeup. Meticulous!
    Way down in the details, I’m trying to figure out hitch requirements before our Horizon shows up. Is the hitch ball measurement from the ground to the top of the ball, bottom, middle?

    Many thanks!

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      We suggest you always measure the hitch ball from the (level) ground to the top of the hitch ball and respectively from the ground to the top of the hitch receiver. That difference will help you determine if you need a drop or rise on your hitch ball.

  10. Andrew Browning

    I just watched your video on hooking up. I’ve been RVing for two years but I still learned a few things–thank you!

  11. Just ordered a Horizon Rover and can’t find info on receiver and coupler ……. would you have this info?

    We want to shop for a very good lock for when dropped
    Any suggestions?

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      The Intech Sol Horizon’s front hitch requires a 2 5/16″ tow ball on your tow vehicle. Depending on what type of tow vehicle you have (and high or low the hitch ball is on your tow vehicle in relation to the hitch on the Horizon) will determine if you need a rise or drop on your hitch ball to marry up safely with the Sol Horizon’s hitch.

      For our hitch lock, we have the very robust Amplock: BRP2516. I have used other hitch locks on our Sol Horizon and our previous travel trailer, and by far the Amplock feels the most robust. Here’s a link to the specific one for the Sol Horizon that we purchased:

      Thank you!

  12. Andrew Browning

    One more question (we’re ordering our 2022 Sol Horizon tomorrow): you appear to have a Valterra 90 degree sewer connector; does that fit inside the storage tube attached to the sewer hose? Are you happy with it?

    1. Couch Potato Camping

      the sewer fitting will not fit in the sewer hose tub directly next to the grey/black tank dump valve. The outside dimensions of that fitting are too large for the tube. The sewer hose tube – directly next to the grey/black tank dump valve – will accommodate (1) 10′ sewer hose. We’ve heard from folks that have 15′ sewer hose sections they are too long to fit in the tube. The sewer hose fitting and our second length of 10′ sewer hose (along with the black tank cleaning chemicals) are kept in our the bed of our tow vehicle/truck in a dedicated plastic bin.

      Thank you!

  13. Good Morning,
    Great info. Few Questions.
    Do you bother at all with Sway bars on towing or simply ball and chains. I have an Ford F150 which will be fully loaded.

    The load capacity of the Horizon is very limited if you intend on going off grid as it only is around 500lb and carrying water would cut that in half. Do you haul your Horizon at full capacity and how does it handle on the road with wind and semi’s? Even hauling empty water tanks I think it would be easy to hit the max weight.

    Do you guys carry a ladder? I was considering one of those telescoping types. Seems like a good idea.

    Do you carry any of the “electrical generators”, basically overpriced batteries like Jackery, Bluetti, or Ecoflow to name a few. If you do which one do you use, and are you happy with it.


    1. Couch Potato Camping

      Great questions! Here are our thoughts:
      1) Sway Bars: Since we tow our Sol Horizon with an F150 that came with the factory tow package and since the Sol Horizon is a light trailer, I did not see the benefit of having a weight distribution hitch or sway bars with our setup. The only sway we experienced were in high wind conditions out west; a situation where even if we had sway control it wouldn’t have made much of a difference. Otherwise, under normal conditions we’ve experienced no major sway towing our Sol Horizon with an F150.

      2) Towing with Water: I have only towed our Horizon with a max 1/2 full fresh water tank. While I did notice a slight difference in the ‘trailing’ of the trailer, it wasn’t anything bad – just noticeable with the extra weight and the extra weight at the rear end of the trailer. I’m always trying to maximize my fuel economy, regardless of the ebbs and flows of the gas prices, so that’s why I typically only fill the fresh water tank about 1/2 full even when I know we’re going to be boondocking. We typically only (occasionally) RV roughly a max of about 3 days off the grid and at this point we’re pretty good about knowing how much fresh water we will need to be comfortable. In those situations, I will fill the fresh water tank about 1/2 full, we carry a 6 gallon potable water jerry can, and have other 1 gallon bottles of drinking water as a backup.

      3) Ladder: With our Sol Horizon, I have not carried a ladder when RVing. Given its lower height than our previous RV, I have not had any issues thus far that would require me to get on the roof. Knowing the RV community is full of good people, I know that if I ever truly needed a ladder when staying at a campground, you wouldn’t have any issues borrowing one from a fellow RVer. Now, with our previous RV when we full-timed for about a year, I did carry a portable/foldable ladder since we had a larger travel trailer and we were always on the move.

      4) Portable Electrical Generators: We carry the 1000W Jackery with the portable solar panel kit. We’ve had good success with the Jackery as we believe in their products. We’ve found having the Jackery is a good way to keep your devices and if needed your RV house battery topped off – we did a video on this ( For longer RVing trips, we carried a 3500W Champion gas generator in the event we need to stay off the grid and run the A/C, etc.

      Thank you for the questions! Feel free to ask more if needed!

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