Perhaps your love of RVs was instilled in you when you were a child. You may have had a parent or relative who owned one of these vehicles. The sheer size was magnificent to you at that age, and you grew up wanting to own one.
Now that you’ve achieved that goal, you want your children to experience the wonder and excitement that RV life can bring. Not only that, but you want to show them the world through road trips and camping out in nature.
Many modern RVs have room for up to 10 passengers, which means you can always bring your children along with you on these trips. That said, if your kids are younger, they may be particular about how and where they sleep.
Bunk beds are a familiar sleep configuration for most kids, especially if you have twins or two children. While it’s true that the average RV does not have bunk bed floorplans, that doesn’t mean these all exclude such configurations.
I’ve found 15 RVs with bunk beds so your kids can feel like they’re at home, even on the great open road.
1. Forest River Rockwood Mini Lite 2504
Personally recommended by the staff here at Camper Report is the Rockwood Mini Lite 2504. One of the best parts about this tiny RV (and its cousin, the Rockwood Mini Lite 2504S) is how customizable the floorplans are.
Obviously, you need bunk beds, but what else can you squeeze in there? There’s typically room for:
- Exterior storage
- An 85-inch U-dinette
- A 60×74 queen bed
- A bathroom with a spacious shower, sink, toilet, and linen closet
- A 73-inch sofa
You can also get a 13-foot awning, an optional rear door near the dinette pantry, and gas grill capabilities. The 2017 models include bunk beds, murphy beds, outdoor speakers, safety windows, Nev-R-Adjust brakes with Dexter Torflex axels, a heated mattress, and a 13,500-BTU ducted roof AC, to name just a few.
These vehicles are priced at about $18,000, although the cost varies depending on if you buy this RV direct from the manufacturer or from a private seller.
2. Dutchmen Rubicon 2500
Forget everything you thought you knew about toy hauler travel trailers, because the Dutchmen Rubicon 2500 will blow your perceptions out of the water. This small trailer is pure class inside, with bright lighting and sleek furniture that will make life on the road a purely luxurious experience.
Don’t be fooled by the size, either; there’s a lot you can fit inside this tiny trailer. That includes:
- A spring-assist ramp door
- Queen Harplac power bunks for the kids
- A queen bed for you and a partner
- A roll-over sofa with a pull-out table
- A 38×24 shower and tub in the bathroom space, as well as a toilet, linen closet, and sink
- A bedroom wardrobe and nightstand, as well as plenty of extra storage capabilities
That’s just one configuration for the Rubicon, with many more available (although admittedly, they don’t all include bunks). Your kids may love the power bunks so much that they’ll pitch a fit when they have to sleep in their regular beds back home.
3. Tiffin Allegro
For nearly 50 years, RV brand Tiffin has continued to outshine the competition with its beloved Allegro. In particular, the brand is known for its part support, warranty, and durability of the vehicle itself.
The 36 UA floorplan is the one families will want, because this includes bunk beds. Here are some other standout features:
- A trailer hitch capacity of 5,000 pounds
- A 7.0 kw Onan diesel generator
- The seamless roof cap, which is perfectly fitted
- A Ford 6.8-liter V10 chassis
- In the bedroom nook with the bunkbeds, an included swivel TV cabinet, a bank of drawers, and a wardrobe
- A luxury lounge with a dinette table (that can be taken out to make more room), as well as a second booth dinette
- A sofa bed with overhead cabinet space as well as a main king bed measuring 72×80 that is flanked by nightstands on either side
- Kitchen amenities like overhead cabinets, a microwave, refrigerator, pantry space, and even an included flat-panel TV or fireplace
- Separate shower and toilet spaces with a small linen closet
Oh yeah, and did I mention you get to choose the paint palette for the exterior, too? Because you do. Color options are Maroon/Coral, Oceanside, Rocky Mountain Brown, Silver Sand, Sunlit Sands, and White Mahogany.
4. Winnebago Minnie
Although the name is cute, the Winnebago Minnie is an efficient choice for those who want a lightweight camper trailer equipped with bunk beds. The 2455BHS floorplan includes such beds.
What else comes with that floorplan? I’m glad you asked. You’ll also enjoy features like:
- A U-shaped dinette
- Both interior and exterior refrigerator capabilities
- A complete bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower
- A queen bed with room for a wardrobe, entertainment center, and nightstand
- A pull-out cooktop that includes a stovetop for outdoor dining and a sink for easily washing the dishes after dinner
The Minnie, no matter the floorplan, is built with linoleum accents and boasts power slide-outs and an eight-foot box. Like the Tiffin Allegro above, you can also customize the exterior colors of the Minnie for a touch of personalization.
The 2018 models cost at least $30,000, which is a bit steep, but worth the money.
5. Grand Design Solitude 336DEN
The extended-stay fifth wheel Solitude 336DEN from Grand Design is another renowned choice for those who want an RV with bunk beds. There’s more than enough space to bring the whole family, as well as an included 6’8” slide-out, scenic windows, spacious cabinets, and lengthy ceilings for comfortable living.
Besides bunk beds, most floor plans come with:
- A steel slam-latch baggage door handle for better security
- Huge storage compartments hidden within the mega-frame chassis platform
- Fiberglass sidewalls that are finished with an appealing gloss
- Included carbon monoxide alarm, LP alarm, and smoke detector
- An HD TV home theater style that has Bluetooth and CD and DVD hookups
- Dometic Premium Air Conditioning
- Everpedic mattresses for the main bed and the bunk beds
Even a used Solitude 366DEN from 2016 will cost about $55,000, but for those who have bigger families and cannot sacrifice the space, it’s a great investment.
6. Coachmen Mirada Class A Motorhome
It’s time to take “MORE to the road” with the Coachman Mirada Class A Motorhome. The 35BH floorplan will please families, as it has plenty of room for a convertible bunk bed measuring 70×28. This space can also double as a wardrobe if you ever leave the kids back home.
Here’s what else this floorplan includes:
- Room for a third optional drop-down bunk measuring 47×81
- A sofa bed that’s 68 inches wide
- A 60×74 queen bed with room for nightstands on both sides; you also get a 32-inch LED TV, two wardrobes, and extra storage space
- Two bathrooms, with toilets and linen closets in both; there is a sink and 48×35 shower in the main bathroom
- A spacious kitchen with a refrigerator, pantry, microwave, stovetop, large double sink, and room for an optional gallery 32-inch LED TV
- A large 42×77 dinette
Coachmen spared no expense with their motorhome. The mattresses are from Serta, the cab doors are hardwood, there’s brushed nickel hardware, and Beauflor vinyl flooring. You can also opt to get a power drop-down front bunk bed if preferable.
7. Keystone Avalanche
Keystone, which is a trusted and popular name in RVs, also manufactures a motorhome with bunk beds. Its Avalanche model, specifically the 395BH floorplan, has room for bunks between the shower and loft cabinet.
These bunks are 38×74 each, so the kids will have room to stretch out when they sleep. There is a loft for the bunks, so while your children will have to climb up a short ladder, this is included with the vehicle.
Here’s what else you get with this floorplan:
- Loft cabinets, linen closets, wardrobes, pantries, and chests throughout for extra storage
- Two bathrooms; one that includes a shower, toilet, sink, and loft cabinet, and the other that has a shower, sink, and steps to the main floor
- Two large tri-fold sofas (one with a removable table) and two recliners
- An entertainment center fireplace, residential microwave, and 18 cubic-foot gas/electric refrigerator
- A 70×80 bed with storage beneath it as well as a master closet, chest/TV area, and a stackable washer/dryer preparation area
- Two awnings; one that measures 11 feet and the other 17 feet
With tons of storage space, the Keystone Avalanche is a great value for families. You’ll be able to stash toys, equipment, clothes, and more.
8. Winnebago Vista
Although it’s expensive (the base price is about $94,000 for brand new models), the Winnebago Vista offers great roominess.
The 31BE is the Vista’s newest addition, and it’s a good thing, too, because this is the one with bunk beds. That means that families who have never experienced the wonder of the Winnebago Vista can now do so.
Each bunk is 30×73 and is adjacent to a large wardrobe and storage space, which can be used for a TV hookup. If you do spend the large sum for the Vista, you’ll get to enjoy the following features:
- A ginormous queen bed measuring 60×75 with storage spaces on either side as well as a sliding door for privacy
- Sliding doors to the large bathroom, which has a sit-down or standup shower, sink, and toilet
- A refrigerator flanked by a storage area and pantry as well as a stovetop/oven and double-sink
- A 42×73 dinette with room for a TV hookup
- An included 40×66 sofa that converts into a bed, as well as an optional studio loft power bed that’s 32×89
Floor surfaces are either vinyl, carpet, or Primera, with all three surfaces throughout. In all, there’s room for seven passengers in this huge RV.
9. Thor Motor Coach Challenger Class A
With Tilt-A-Bed viewing, multiplex wiring, marble countertops, and induction cooktops, the Thor Motor Coach Challenger Class A motorhome will become your new favorite place to be. The 37FH floorplan with its Ford F-53 chassis and bunk beds is quite cozy.
The drop-down overhead bunk sleeping area is 54×74, so the kids can always get comfortable no matter where your adventures take you.
With an average value of nearly $200,000 for a 2017 or 2018 model, you do get a lot of fun, fancy features, including:
- Optional 68-inch theater seating
- A coffee table between the driver’s and passenger’s seat
- A 68-inch sofa bed
- A 78-inch dream dinette
- A retractable 50-inch LED TV with fireplace below
- Adjacent to that, a pantry, residential refrigerator, microwave, and double sink
- A king bed with Tilt-a-View incline measuring 72×76 with its own 32-inch LED TV, and two wardrobes
- Space for an exterior 32-inch TV
If price is an issue, or you want to skip some of the posher features, you can always look for a used Thor Motor Coach Challenger.
10. Forest River Wildwood Heritage Glen
Forest River is a family brand, so it only makes sense that they’d design an RV ideal for families who want to see the world together. The Wildwood Heritage Glen is about as family-friendly as it gets.
While a lot of the features are the same from floorplan to floorplan, not all of them have bunking capabilities. The 300BH does, though, with two bunks that make the most of the space provided by the Wildwood Heritage Glen.
Not only does the first bunk have room for a twin trundle bed underneath, but the second bunk has storage underneath it as well. There’s also space for a TV hookup in case the kids want some entertainment on long drives. A dresser in that corner makes it easy to organize and stash the kids’ clothes.
There’s so much more included in the 300BH, such as:
- An optional outdoor swivel gas grill attachment with an optional exterior kitchen that can include a drawer, sink, and electric refrigerator
- Large kitchen space with a microwave, indoor refrigerator, spacious countertops, and a kitchen island with a sink
- A tri-fold sofa beneath plush carpeting
- A large dinette
- A bathroom with a radius shower, closet, large sink, and corner toilet
- A queen bed with dual nightstands, a laundry chute, and two large pass-through storage areas
With linoleum flooring, an 880-pound hitch weight, and a 20-foot awning, Forest River proves why it’s such a favored name in RVs with the Wildwood Heritage Glen.
11. Prime Time Manufacturing Avenger
The Avenger might sound like a big, mighty name for an RV (and probably invokes some Marvel superheroes), but this line of vehicles is actually toy haulers and travel trailers. There’s nothing wrong with that. If you’re bringing the kids out for the first time, you might want to try a smaller vehicle first.
The 26BH floorplan is perfect for families. The large double bunk can accommodate older children on their first road trip. Also handy are the included:
- Bathroom with a sink, tub, and toilet
- Dinette with overhead storage space and TV/radio hookups
- Spacious kitchen with a refrigerator, stovetop, large sink, and plenty of counter space for prepping food
- An adjacent kitchen sofa
- A queen bed with closets on both sides and overhead storage above the bed
This trailer has a hitch weight of 580 pounds. It’s considerably tinier than a lot of the RVs on this list so far, but again, that’s not always a bad thing.
12. Jayco Alante Class A Motorhome
With the JRide package, a huge windshield, and an interior with comforts that rival some five-star hotels, the Jayco Alante Class A Motorhome is quite a beauty.
The 2017 model comes with six floorplans, and three of them have bunk bed capabilities. These are the 26X, the 26Y, and the 30M.
The amenities that can fit in each of these floorplan is essentially the same, just reorganized differently according to the various space needs. For instance, you’ll get:
- A queen bed with dual nightstands on both sides as well as a TV hookup option and two wardrobes in the bedroom space
- A bathroom with a sink, long countertop, toilet, and shower
- Plenty of storage space, including a third, larger wardrobe, a linen closet, and a pantry near the kitchen
- An eight cubic-foot refrigerator in the kitchen, as well as a microwave, counter space, and a separate sink with more counter space
- A theater tri-fold sofa across from a 40-inch TV
- A 16-foot awning and outdoor entertainment center
You can furnish your Alante as you like, adding exterior paint and graphics (in Victory Blue, Regal Red, or Sparkling Sand), flooring and carpeting, and extra features like Flexsteel theater seats.
Do be aware that the drop-down overhead bunks are considered extra features and cost about $3,000 each. The 2017 Alante is priced at roughly $123,000 without any extras.
13. Winnebago Forza
Here’s another kid-friendly Winnebago: the Forza. The manufacturer’s latest floorplan, the 38W, is the only one with bunk beds. The top bunk measures 26×73 and the lower bunk is somewhat bigger at 28×73. You can even get a wardrobe with the bunks.
Other features you’ll adore? There are plenty:
- A 60×80 queen bed with flip-down TV capabilities, dual nightstands, a wardrobe, and a sliding door for privacy
- A first bathroom with a 38×40 shower, large sink, toilet, two storage areas (one of which can house a dryer), and another sliding door
- A second bathroom with a 40×32 shower, toilet, sink and countertop space, and sliding door
- Room for another TV and a fireplace
- A residential refrigerator with pantry space, a stovetop, and a dual sink
- An extra StudioLoft bed that’s 48×80
- A Flexsteel Fold N Tumble 60×73 sofa
- A BenchMark dinette set that’s 40×70
This 2017 model, like all Winnebagos, comes equipped with vinyl and Primera tile throughout. It has a 20-foot awning and a seating capacity of nine passengers.
14. Holiday Rambler Admiral
The Holiday Rambler Admiral may not have a lot of the same luxuries as some of the other RVs on this list, but it’s a sturdy, dependable, affordable choice for families.
There are only two floorplans available, and the 32H is the one with the bunk beds. Each measures 33×73, which puts them about even with the other bunks on this list. You’ll also get the same features found in many of the other RVs, just with less space. These are:
- A 60×74 queen bed with dual nightstands, dressers, and a 19-inch LED TV
- A bathroom with a toilet, shower, sink with counterspace, and a pantry for storing bathroom items
- A refrigerator, microwave, dual sink, and small countertop space
- A 42×70 dinette
- A 42×74 sofa bed
The 2016 Holiday Rambler Admiral (the latest model available) also has a Ford chassis, 10-foot patio awning, and a five-speed automatic transmission.
15. Fleetwood RV Excursion
With prices starting at about $195,000, the Fleetwood Excursion makes life on the road rival life at home. This is a full RV that’s customizable from the ground up. You can choose from the Cosmic Eclipse, Platinum Sandstone, or Precious Metal outer paintjobs and select the finish on the sofas, bedspreads, countertops, flooring, and carpeting.
This is also one of the most spacious RVs on the list. The 35E floorplan with 28×73 bunk beds has room for everything you need, such as:
- A 60×75 queen bed with three wardrobes lining the wall, as well as nearby bench seating, a storage space, and a hookup for a 32-inch LED TV
- A bathroom across from the bunk beds that includes a toilet, shower, sink, and counter space
- A large kitchen area with a residential refrigerator, microwave, stovetop, dual sink, and cooking space; there’s also a 44×72 dinette with room for a 40-inch LED TV
- A driver/passenger pedestal table for stashing phones, snacks, and other items
- A 66-inch sofa with footrests for kicking back
You even get your own fire extinguisher, wood finishes throughout, Tuff-Pex plumbing system, Soft-Touch vinyl ceiling, LED lighting, hardwood cherry cabinet drawers, fabric-lined storage spaces, and crown molding.
Here, you can find an article we wrote that offers more suggestions on the best camper trailers for families.
If you’ve always dreamed of bringing your children on the road with you, these 15 RVs can make that possible. Each model has a floorplan that includes bunk beds. Just because there are extra beds doesn’t mean the adults have to skimp on luxuries, though. If you choose any of the above RVs, you’ll have spacious bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen amenities.
Happy family travels!