7 Awesome Class C RVs with Bunkbeds

I haven’t owned all these Class C RVs, but there are 7 that I found and put on my favorites list when I was looking for bunk bed motorhomes. All kids love bunk beds; mine are no exception!

So, what are the 7 most awesome Class C RVs that have bunk beds?  7 awesome Class C RV’s with bunk beds would have to be:

  • The New 2019 Coachmen Freelander
  • Coachmen RV Leprechaun
  • Thor Chateau 31E
  • Gulf Stream Conquest
  • Jayco Redhawk Class C Motorhome
  • Forest River Rockwood Mini Lite 2504
  • Tiffin Allegro

Below is a better description of each one and some of their most important and key features that will make you want to save up and get one of them ASAP. They are so fun and worth it!

1. New 2019 Coachmen Freelander 27QB

This one is awesome because you can sleep up to nine people! You could go on vacation with your family and your friends and still have room to pick up hobos on the way. 

There’s a private bedroom in the back- queen sized bed- and it’s relatively spacey. Of course, you have the bunk above the driver’s seat and several pull-out bunks. This Freelander has a fiberglass exterior to keep it a lighter weight, making travel a bit less expensive because you’ll expend less gas than usual. 

Key Features:

  • 20 different floor plans available!
  • Reclining driver and passenger seats
  • Nutmeg wood grain cabinets
  • Skylight over shower
  • Exterior TV ready compartment
  • Vacu-bond laminated 2-inch aluminum-framed sidewalls

After looking at this one, I fell in love with it. The key features mentioned above are only a few of the listed features. There are 20 different floor plans! This is awesome because I don’t like to have the same floor plan as everyone else. 

The one feature that really pulled me in was the skylight over the shower. With a camper/RV you can sometimes lose the magic of camping and traveling in the wilderness. The skylight makes it so you can still experience that magic without having to freeze your tail off outside in the dark. 

The Coachmen Freelander costs about $90,000.

2. Coachmen RV Leprechaun 320BH 

The Coachmen RV Leprechaun is similar to the Freelander, accept its fuel capacity is higher- about 55 gallons, and it is a bit larger than the Freelander. This RV has 13 different floor plan options. 320BH is the one we chose to suggest because it’s our personal choice of floor plan. 

This houses a lot of people as well. 3-way camera system. There is an entrance on either side. Has a power awning. Also has a solar panel hook up for you to get some power if you need it. 

Key Features:

  • 18 different floor plans available
  • Solar-panel connection port
  • Upgraded vinyl flooring throughout
  • LED exterior tail and running lights
  • Reclining driver and passenger seats
  • Exterior TV ready compartment

This one runs about $40,00 to $70,000, depending on whether you buy it from a private owner, used, or from a company. 

The floor plans for this one are very elegant! This one is awesome because you almost feel at home. This one is cozy and I think the solar panel connection port could come in really handy. 

The Solar panel port would really be handy in a very sunny environment. For places where it’s more cloudy it may not be too awesome, so I’d recommend this one to people who can use it. 

The reclining driver and passenger seats are a unique feature. My back always starts to hurt when I travel for too long, so a reclining seat helps to get more movement.

It’s especially nice if a lot of people are traveling with you and there aren’t a lot of options for comfortable spaces. 

3. Thor Chateau 31E

This model has a greater than average amount of seats where you can buckle in. It’s spacey and has lots of room for the kids. Each bed has its own TV.  This one costs from $70,000 to $130,000. 

I personally like this one because I know that my kids love to watch a bit of TV and I don’t have to watch what they are watching. I can watch something different and separately if I want to because I have another TV.

Key Features:

  • 23 different floor plans available
  • Lighted roto-cast storage compartments
  • Three-point seatbelts for the driver and passenger
  • Residential vinyl flooring
  • Blu-ray player in the living area
  • 13,500 BTU roof front air conditioner

Unlike the first two, this Class C has 23 different floor plans. Again, I love many choices and lots of variety! 

The lighted roto-cast storage compartments are great for those long driving nights when you need to get something out and you don’t want to wake anyone up. 

If you don’t know what roto-cast is, you won’t know how great it is to have roto-cast storage compartments. I had to look it up myself. Rotocast is Rotational Molded Components- this is a polythylene powder which is melted down to liquid and rotated to make it seamless.

It makes for a greater appearance and a harder solid. 

4. Gulf Stream Conquest Class C Motorhome

Aside from it’s bunk beds, the Gulf Stream Conquest C Motorhome has some unique features which are great. I really love that there is a tub where I can bathe the really little kids and there is a lot of room for them to play inside. 

Key Features:

  • 12 different floor plans
  • Pleated window shades
  • 13,500 BTU ducted roof air conditioner
  • IRD dual battery charging system
  • Laminated steel frame floor with a metal underbelly
  • Basement storage

I love pleated window shades. They are easier to deal with because they don’t have all those plastic strands and things. They are smooth, keep the heat out in the summer and the warmth in in the winter. 

They are different because they are made out of fabric instead of plastic. They last longer and are harder to ruin. a is great if you have kids! It will be nearly impossible for them to ruin your shades as they did at home with those old ones. You know which ones I’m talking about. 

This also has a dual battery charging system which is unique. This is helpful because you can charge two batteries independently. It’s effective if you are using a lot of energy and will constantly be needing to use it. 

5. Jayco Redhawk Class C Motorhome

Like the leprechaun, this model can look really nice and homey. Everything is good quality and is pretty durable. I am particularly fond of the Chambray design for the Redhawk.

However, there are some Features that both my wife and I are particularly fond of in the Jayco Redhawk RV. 

Key Features: 

  • Lap safety belts on all living area seats
  • Skylight in shower
  • Toilet with foot flush
  • Queen-sized bed with bedspread
  • Under-bed storage
  • Large wardrobes
  • Full cab-over bunk with headboard (750-lb. rating)
  • Bunk beds (300-lb. rating) (31XL)

As parents, it’s really important to know that our children will be able to enjoy the vacation just as much as we will, so the features in our RV are really important. This RV has many great features.

Sometimes you can’t convince your child they can’t bring that one toy that is too big to fit into the RV. This Class C takes care of it with that extra under-bed storage. You’ll have more room for that and other unexpected items. 

Instead of having only two or three seats with seat belts, there is a seat belt for every seat in the living area. You’ll know that everyone is safe and you don’t have to drive an extra vehicle because you’re worried the RV isn’t safe enough. 

6. Forest River Rockwood Mini Lite 2504

This is The Rockwood Mini Lite 2504 is a tiny RV, but the floorplans are extremely customizable, and that’s what most people really want. If you want bunk beds, you can have bunk beds. If you don’t want them then don’t get them.

You’ll want all of the necessities- toilet, shower, sink, kitchen, (TV), etc. There’s room for all the general necessities and that bunk bed you want. 

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. 

I placed my own review on YouTube because this is the RV that my family owns. It’s pretty in depth so that you can get the full feel of what you’d be purchasing. 

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. (And it depends on if you want to add on a few extra things.)

I’m all over that heated mattress. However, I think my wife is more into it than I am, she is always cold. Heated mattress are a definite seller for this one for my family!

Each bunk has a touch-light, so whoever is on the bottom bunk can keep his or her light on without disturbing whoever is up top. 

The bunk beds are long enough for adults to sleep in, and they section off from the rest of the RV with an easily maneuverable canvas divider. The top bunk is quite a bit smaller than the bottom bunk, which might be irritating if you’re traveling with any passengers other than very small children.

The mattresses are comfortable, though, so if you don’t mind tight spaces, the bunk beds should make for a good night’s sleep. 

The pantry is massive in comparison to those of other RVs. There’s plenty of space for food and water, which is ideal if you’re planning to be on the road for long periods of time.

There is also a lot of storage in the bathroom, which, again, is great if you’re traveling for broad or uncertain stretches of time. If you stock up liberally on toiletries before you leave, you probably won’t have to worry about running out of soap or toilet paper before you make it to a pit stop.

7. Tiffin Allegro

RV brand Tiffin Allegro is known for its part support, warranty, and durability of the vehicle. It is a very popular model and really does the trick when it comes to bunk beds. 

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 bunk beds, 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 the 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

Sometimes you need more room, so the dinette you can take out is a nice feature. I like to play card games with my kids and things and some of those games require a little bit more space. 

This Tiffin Allegro is a long-lasting one because of its durability. It’s important that this vehicle a long life because you’re not going out to buy an RV with the intention to get a new one in a couple years. You want it to last. 

Related Questions

What is a Class C Motorhome? A Class C motorhome is easily picked out by the overhead bunk above the driver’s seat. It is a mix between a class A and a Class B. It has more living space because of the overhead bunk.

Can I have a bathtub in my RV? It is better to have a shower because it takes up less water. This is good because your RV only has so much water storage room inside. The shower in an RV is generally not very large. A tub will only be as big as it needs to be and is not usually a component. 

What is the cheapest new Class C Motorhome I can buy? Lazy Daze is the cheapest Class C RV you can get. It’s not going to be as big, but that’s what makes it so cheap. If you just want something small for a start, this will do the trick. 

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