Mark, this model of Bigfoot
most likely does not have a queen size bed. If it's similar to our 1987 model, there is a dinette that converts to a bed (only about 42" wide) and a "gaucho" bed that's a similar width, plus a bunk for a small child. The "dry" weight
listed for this trailer may be accurate, but loaded for a trip I'd be surprised if it didn't weigh closer to 2,800 to 3,000 lbs. That's what ours weighs and we travel light
and have neither an air conditioner nor an awning
. Bigfoots are great trailers but heavier than most people think. This sounds like a nice one though!