As RVers, we know how to make the most of limited space. Every square foot counts when it comes to interior and exterior storage, living area and sleeping space.
If you plan on traveling with more than 2 people, a bunkhouse floorplan is an excellent way to get more room out of your travel trailer. Because bunk beds are stacked, they maximize the use of vertical space, freeing up room for other features and amenities.
Rather than having 2 two twin beds side by side, the Flying Cloud 30 bunk stacks the beds, freeing up room for the bathroom in the rear of the coach. This also allows room for a large U-shaped Dinette and plush sofa.
Another example of making the most of limited space is the Keystone Passport Express 175BH Travel Trailer. At only 21 feet long with a dry weight of 3200 lbs, this compact camper can sleep up to 5 people.
Enjoy meals and games at the 175BH’s booth dinette. There’s even enough space for a queen sized bed and full bathroom with a separate shower with tub.
For a bunkhouse travel trailer with a slide out room, consider the Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf 23DBH Travel Trailer. Your entire family can stretch out and relax in this spacious Grey Wolf bunkhouse design, With sleeping space for 8, there’s even room to invite friends along for the fun.
Unique features include a large, U-shaped dinette, and large bathroom with an extra door to the outside. Having a door directly off the bathroom cuts down on the traffic in and out of the camper with dirty and wet feet, keeping the living area of the trailer tidy.