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5 Best Class C RV Floor Plans For Full-Timers


Class C RV parked on side of the road
Best Class C RV floor plans for full-time living

5 Best Class C RV Floor Plans For Full-Timers

A Class C motorhome has a distinguishing feature from the Class A motorhome. They have the cab-over profile that usually boasts a bed or additional storage. This type of RV is usually on a truck chassis and has a gas or diesel engine. Like the Class A, they are self-contained.

We created this easy-to-reference list of the 5 best Class C RV floor plans for full-time living.

1. Winnebago Outlook 31N – Great for families

The Winnebago 31N is a great Class C RV floor plan for full-time living – even if you have kids!

This unit has a private master bedroom that is at the rear of the unit. The master also includes a built-in wardrobe and chest of drawers for ample storage.

Winnebago Class C RV
Winnebago Outlook

The bathroom has a separate shower, which is a useful feature that would be good for a family. The benefit of a two-part bathroom is one person can be brushing their teeth and another can be using the shower.

This unit is a great full-time floor plan as is it has both a dinette, a sofa, and an overhead bed. There are lots of sleeping and seating options for up to six people.

Here are some quick specs:

  • Exterior length = 31’11”
  • Exterior width = 8’5.5″ (no slide out)
  • Freshwater = 34 gal.
  • Holding tank (black) = 40 gal.
  • Holding tank (grey) = 40 gal.
  • Choice of a Ford E350 or E450 chassis

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2. Coachmen Freelander 21RS – Great for couples

This Class C RV floor plan would be perfect for a couple living full-time. The Coachmen Freelander 21RS has a master bedroom that is mostly separate from the main living area.

Freelander Class C RV
Coachmen Freelander

The unit also has a versatile lounging space that can be used as an eating or sitting area. Plus, there is an overcab bunk that could be used for extra storage if you aren’t traveling with kids or guests.

Here are some quick specs:

  • Exterior length = 24’3″
  • Exterior width = 100″ (no slide out)
  • Freshwater = 50 gal.
  • Holding tank (black) = 31 gal.
  • Holding tank (grey) = 28 gal.
  • Ford E350 chassis

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3. Jayco Seneca Prestige 37M – Ultra-luxurious Class C floor plan

The Jayco Seneca Prestige 37M is a super luxurious Class C RV floor plan – perfect for snowbirds or those who want to travel in comfort.

Prepare for a comfy ride! This unit features a king-size master bedroom (with a powerhead lift), tons of storage throughout the unit, a residential refrigerator, theatre seating, a 50″ TV on a lift, and a fireplace with a hutch. You also have the option of a dinette or a freestanding table with four chairs. Plus, there is an outside entertainment center.

Jayco Seneca Prestige RV
Jayco Seneca Prestige

Here are some quick specs:

  • Exterior length = 39’4″
  • Exterior width = 101″ (no slide out)
  • Freshwater = 72 gal.
  • Holding tank (black) = 50 gal.
  • Holding tank (grey) = 31 gal.
  • Cummins chassis

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4. Tiffin Wayfarer 25 TW – Great for road-tripping with friends

The Tiffin Wayfarer 25 TW is a great Class C RV floor plan for road trips with friends. This unit has two twin beds in the back – with the option to convert them into one king size bed.

Tiffin Class C RV
Tiffin Wayfarer

With its smooth and sleek design, the Tiffin Wayfarer is perfect for cruising across the country in comfort. With slightly smaller holding capacities, more frequent stops will be required. This lends itself to being ideal for getting you from destination to destination so you can see all the sights.

Here are some quick specs:

  • Exterior length = 25’8″
  • Exterior width = 90″ (no slide out)
  • Freshwater = 38 gal.
  • Holding tank (black) = 28 gal.
  • Holding tank (grey) = 32 gal.
  • Mercedes chassis

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5. Thor Chateau 31B – Best overall Class C RV floor plan for full-time living

The Thor Chateau 31B is my top pick for the best overall Class C RV floor plan for full-time living.

This unit has everything you need. It features a queen-size master bedroom with loads of storage. With a walk-through two-piece bathroom, mornings are made easy for couples who need to get ready at the same time. This unit has a super functional kitchen as well as a dinette and sofa seating area.

Thor Chateau
Thor Chateau

For full-timers with kids, there is also an overcab loft bed. Alternatively, this area makes for great storage.

Here are some quick specs:

  • Exterior length = 32’2″
  • Exterior width = 99″ (no slide out)
  • Freshwater = 40 gal.
  • Holding tank (black) = 31 gal.
  • Holding tank (grey) = 35 gal.
  • Ford E-series chassis

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There are so many great Class C RVs out there – which is your favorite? Interested in learning more about Class C RVs? Check out these articles:

24 thoughts on “5 Best Class C RV Floor Plans For Full-Timers

  1. Several of the reviews mentioned that the coach could sleep more than two people, in one case as many as six. None of the reviews stated how many people, in addition to the two individuals in the cab, could be passengers occupying seats having legal seatbelts.

    1. Hey Steve, that is a great point! I will keep that in mind for the next review! Very important info to have to make an informed decision.

  2. We have a 2018 Winnebago View 24D Murphy Bed floor plan. It’s the best floorplan and quality class C out there. We had a 2016 Entegra Aspire 45′ Diesel Pusher prior to downsizing to our View. We find the build quality of the little View to be every bit as good as the much pricier and much larger luxury Class A Entegra. You should have mentioned the View and Navion from Winnebago if you really want to talk about TOP 5!!
    By the way…the Tiffin Wayfarer doesn’t allow for much more than two passengers, clothing and little else in it’s weight limitations! Something most buyers never consider and aren’t informed about when purchasing!

    1. Hi Joyce, thanks for your comment and opinion! I guess it really depends on the full-timer. It is certainly an adaption to your cooking style when you full-time in an RV!

  3. Why are the grey tanks smaller than the black tanks in these units. Everybody knows grey tanks fill up twice as fast as black tanks.

  4. We have Forest River Forester 2501TS. We looked at every Class C. This floor plan by far the best for us. Three slides and the master bed slides to the back which gives us three extra feet in interior length.

  5. Like your article I have a Fleetwood 44b bunk house. 44 feet long and it is definitely all the comforts of home. Only concern is some of the older campgrounds are not big enough. But I love this coach.

    1. Nice! Yeah, it can be tricky to find spots with such a big rig. Have you checked out: https://rvlife.com/big-rig-rv-route/ ?

    1. Absolutely! Thanks for your comment Theo 🙂 What is your favorite Class C for full-time?

  6. Personally I will never have another RV that does not have front seats that can swivel.
    In my opinion a dinette is a relic from the past when people wanted an upgrade from a log to sit on. A small couch or 2 comfortable chairs with some type of removable table would be my choice.
    Thanks for your articles..

    1. Hey Bill, thanks for your comment. Swivel seats are awesome – and in some cases, a relatively easy DIY project. I like your thought on a couch or 2 chairs with a table. I think that is a great option for some.

  7. Have you ever looked at the Newmar Superstar? Would love to get feedback on that Super C. My understanding is that its similar to the Jayco, but with a bath and a half on the 4051 layout that many people like. Thank you!

    1. Hey Paul, I guess “best” is based on personal preference, knowledge of full-time RVing life, and reviews from other owners. It is definitely subjective though. Your version of best might be different than mine.

  8. Why do you not review Dynamax Products?
    I own an Isata series3 and I think it is the best made Class c made in America.

    1. Hey Curt, thanks for your comment and suggestion! I am going to check these out right now.

    2. I agree! Love the floor plan of the Issa series 3. Don’t need the dinning table- takes up too much room. We bring a fold up table and two extra chairs if we want to (rarely) entertain. Just the two of us, two fold up TV trays. Only dislike is the micro/convection oven is too high and would rather have a regular oven.

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