Why You Should Consider an RV with a Bunk House

If you travel with kids and grandkids, you know how easy it is to feel crowded quickly when you’re all in one space together. Murphy beds and convertible dinettes can help give you extra sleeping quarters, but one way to improve the space efficiency of your new or used RV is to consider an RV with a bunk house. It’s a great way to have plenty of sleeping space for everyone, but also recover plenty of floor and living space. Check out some of our favorite RVs with a bunk house below!

 Custom Configurations

The configuration ideas for bunk houses are nearly endless – choose what works for you! For example, this bunk house in this 2017 Vibe travel trailer for sale includes single beds for three in an L-shaped configuration, with plenty of overhead storage, below-the-bed storage, and additional convertible lounge beds for the kids.

Vibe Travel Trailer
Double Bunks

In the Salem Cruise Lite travel trailer 261BHXL by Forest River, get even more out of every inch of the floor plan with the double bunk beds in the corner bunk house.

Salem Cruise Lite

Four can sleep in this area, and the convertible dinette and sofa, in addition to the Queen bed, give you the ability to sleep a total of seven in this room RV.

Entertainment Center Options

Puma XLE Lite

Finally, if you love the idea of a separate entertainment center, check out the Palomino Puma XLE Lite travel trailer. You get bunks, closet storage, and an HDTV, so the littles can enjoy a favorite movie before heading to bed for the night.

Puma XLE Lite

Regardless of your family size, choosing an RV with a bunk house is a fantastic option if you want to make the most of your space without feeling like you’re elbow to elbow. Having a bit of personal space at the end of the day is a commodity you can’t afford to go without. Contact us today if you’d like to look at our RVs with bunk houses!

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