12 Best Bunkhouse Travel Trailers (Small, Medium & Large)

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Bunkhouse travel trailers are a popular option for traveling families. However, with so many brands and floorplans available, it can be hard to choose the perfect RV. To help, we’ve done the research for you and found the 12 best bunkhouse travel trailers.

We’ve separated our list of the best travel trailers with bunkhouses into small, medium and large trailers so it is easy to find an RV that meets your size and budget requirements.

Best Bunkhouse Travel Trailers Under 25 Feet

If you are looking for a small RV that is affordable and easy to tow, consider a bunkhouse travel trailer under 25 feet. These RVs may be small, but they have plenty of sleeping space for the whole family.

Winnebago Micro Minnie 1800BH

Length: 21 feet, 11 inches

The Micro Minnie 1800BH is the smallest bunkhouse travel trailer on our list. At just under 22 feet long and 7 feet wide, this trailer is tiny, but has everything you need for a family camping trip. The single bunk beds are located on the driver side rear corner of the RV.

The dinette can also be converted into another bed. A double bed is located in the front of the RV trailer. While many small travel trailer bunkhouses have a flip-up bed, this bed is permanent, so it does not require any effort to set-up.

This mini trailer is also a fully self-contained vehicle. It has a 3-piece bathroom with a porcelain toilet beside the bunks. The galley kitchen has a fridge, a 3-burner cooktop and a convection microwave.

Heartland Pioneer BH170

Length: 22 feet, 5 & 3/4 inches

The Heartland Pioneer BH170 is another tiny, but functional bunkhouse travel trailer. Double bunk beds in the rear corner provide sleeping space for 4 people. With a convertible dinette and a queen-size Murphy Bed, this travel trailer can comfortably sleep 7 people.

The galley kitchen includes a refrigerator, a 2-burner cooktop and a microwave oven. Next to the bunks is a full bathroom with a bathtub, so small children can continue their bathing routine while camping.

Other great features for families with young children include a chalkboard front refrigerator for kids to doodle on and a carpet free floorplan for easy cleaning.

Click here to see more RVs with bathtubs.

Keystone Springdale 2010BH

Length: 22 feet, 9 inches

The Springdale 2010BH has a very similar layout to the Heartland Pioneer with double bunks in the rear corner of the RV. While most RV interiors have white or wood cabinets, the Springdale’s sleek interior features black cabinets with gold hardware.

Additional sleeping spaces include a convertible dinette booth and a fixed queen bed at the front of the trailer. At 8 feet wide, the trailer also has room for a closet, nightstand and outlets beside the bed.

A 3-piece bathroom is located beside the bunks, and the kitchen includes a 2-burner cooktop, a fridge and a microwave. A pantry beside the kitchen provides extra food and appliance storage.

Palomino Revolve EV5

Length: 24 feet, 1 inch

The last of our picks for the best travel trailer bunkhouses under 25 feet is a truly revolutionary RV!

Palomino Revolve travel trailers are 100% powered by solar. With four 100W solar panels and four lithium batteries, owners never have to worry about running out of power. The batteries can also be charged at shore hookups or with the included tow vehicle power adaptor.

The EV5 floorplan also has plenty of sleeping space for the whole family with rear double bunk beds, a convertible dinette and a queen-sized Murphy bed.

Next to the bunks is a 3-piece bathroom. The kitchen includes a 12 volt refrigerator, a 2-burner cooktop, a microwave, a pantry and an oversized sink.

Best Bunkhouse Travel Trailers Under 35 Feet

If your budget (or family) is a little larger, these bunkhouse travel trailers between 25 and 35 feet are the best bet. These medium-sized trailers have plenty of space and privacy without breaking the bank.

Ember Overland Series 221MSL

Length: 26 feet, 1 inch

If your family loves off-road adventures, Ember’s Overland Series travel trailers are amazing campers. These trailers include a heavy-duty chassis, an independent suspension with heavy-duty coil springs and dual shock absorbers and off-road tires.

The 221MSL floorplan is the largest Ember Overland floorplan and can sleep up to six people. The rear bunk area includes an Embertrack system with adjustable, removable bunks. When the bunks are raised or removed, a rear storage door allows the bunk area to be used for kayak or bike storage

In addition to the bunks, there is a jackknife sofa and queen Murphy bed. The trailer has a full bathroom and a kitchen with a 2-burner cooktop and a 12 volt refrigerator. This RV is also ready for off-grid camping with solar panels and an inverter.

Coachman Apex Ultra-Lite 245BHS

Length: 27 feet, 7 inches

The Coachman Apex Ultra-Lite 245BHS is a great midsize bunkhouse travel trailer. At 7.5 feet wide and just 6,500 pounds, this travel trailer is easy to tow, but has plenty of space.

The double bunks are located in the rear corner of the trailer. Unlike smaller bunkhouses, the Apex has a private main bedroom, separated from the living area by an entertainment center and two curtains.

A U-shaped dinette provides plenty of seating space, and the kitchen comes with a range with a 3-burner cooktop and an oven. The full bathroom has a shower/tub combo to make bathing kids and dogs easier.

Grand Design Imagine 2800BH

Length: 32 feet, 0 inches

Another awesome midsize travel trailer with bunk beds is the Grand Design Imagine 2800BH. The double bunks are located in the rear corner of the RV next to the full bathroom.

The main bedroom in the front of the trailer has a queen bed and a sliding door for complete privacy. There is plenty of seating in the spacious living area, which includes a U-shaped dinette and a tri-fold sofa.

The kitchen incudes a range, a microwave, a refrigerator and tons of storage space. Additional storage can be found under the bed. The oversized under bed storage includes a sliding storage tray to provide easy access to regularly used items.

Keystone Cougar Half-Ton 30BHS

Length: 34 feet, 5 inches

We toured hundreds of RVs at this year’s Florida RV SuperShow, and the Keystone Cougar Half-Ton 30BHS was by far my favorite bunkhouse floorplan. The unique layout includes rear bunks that extend the width of the RV.

The position of the bunks creates a separate area for kids and makes the beds more accessible. In the front of the RV is a large, private bedroom with a king bed. The bathroom sits between the living area and the bedroom.

The main living area includes an L-shaped dinette, a tri-fold sofa and a fireplace. The kitchen has a full range, a microwave, a double sink, a 12 volt fridge and plenty of counterspace. Arched rafters create a spacious interior with 7 foot ceilings.

Best Large Bunkhouse Travel Trailers

Campers with a big budget will love these enormous bunkhouse travel trailers with luxury features. Enjoy glamping all over the country without having to worry about feeling cramped.

Crossroads Volante VL32FB

Length: 35 feet, 11 inches

The Crossroads Volante VL32FB is a beautiful travel trailer with lots of practical features. The front of the RV houses a private, secondary bedroom with queen over queen bunks, a large wardrobe closet and a chic wood panel wall.

In the back of the trailer is the main bedroom with a king bed and its own entry door. The dual entry bathroom sits beside the rear bedroom.

The main living area includes a huge dinette, a jacknife sofa and a fireplace. The L-shaped kitchen includes stainless steel appliances and a double sink.

Click here to see more of the best 2 bedroom travel trailers.

Heartland Trail Runner 31DB

Length: 36 feet, 11 inches

The second Heartland RV on our list of the best bunkhouse travel trailers is the Trail Runner 31DB. This big rig has much more space and many more exciting features than the tiny Pioneer.

The rear of the RV houses an entire kids’ suite. Inside the suite is a private bedroom with a single over double bunk bed, a shirt closet and a half bathroom. In the front of the trailer is a main bedroom with a queen bed and a full bathroom.

In the main living area, there is a dinette booth and a large sofa. The corner kitchen features bright, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Perhaps the most unique feature of this RV is the huge pantry, located behind the TV next to the entry door.

Venture SportTrek ST333VIK

Length: 37 feet, 8 inches

Another amazing (and enormous) rear bunkhouse travel trailer is the Venture SportTrek ST333VIK. The bunkroom includes a normal height single bed, and a raised top bunk which sits over a storage cabinet.

The lower bed is perfect both for smaller children who are at risk of falling from higher bunks and teenagers who need more headroom. The huge bunkroom is also great for teenagers because it also has a sofa (with another flip-up bunk above it), a table and a flip-up desk.

Outside the bunkroom is a full (second) bathroom. The other bathroom is located in the front of the trailer next to the main bedroom with a queen bed.

While the bunkroom is the star of this RV, the main living area does not disappoint either. With the optional king dinette, the combination sofa/dining area can comfortably seat 5 to 6 people. The large kitchen has an island and a hutch that makes a perfect coffee station.

Keystone Hideout 38FKTS

Length: 39 feet, 11 inches

Mid-bunk floorplans are super common in fifth wheel RVs, but rare in travel trailers. The Hideout 28FKTS is the best mid-bunk travel trailer available.

The bunkroom includes a upper bunk with a cube bunk below. The cubes can be moved around and used as chairs during the day. A wardrobe, which doubles as a desk completes the room.

The main bedroom has a queen bed and is located in the rear of the trailer. The full bath sits between the two bedrooms. In the main living area, there is a dinette booth, a recliner and a trifold sofa. The front kitchen has white cabinets and tons of storage space.

Thanks for reading our guide to the best bunkhouse travel trailers. We hope you found the perfect RV for your family.

If you are also considering motorhome RVs, check out our guides to the best Class A RVs with Bunks and the Best Class C RVs with Bunks.

Happy Camping!

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