Are you searching for a travel trailer with two bedrooms?
A spacious RV is critical for campers with large families and couples who need a separate working area. Thankfully, there are plenty of travel trailer options with an extra bedroom to choose from.
To highlight the top two-bedroom travel trailer models on the market, I put together this guide where I:
- Explain the benefits of a larger RV
- Review the 12 best RV trailers with an extra bedroom
- Answer FAQs about other large travel trailer amenities
Knowing which two-bedroom travel trailers customers rave about most and why will help you shop for the roomy trailer of your dreams so that you can travel with more space and less stress!
Why You Should Consider a Travel Trailer With Two Bedrooms
Let’s face it; most RVs don’t provide the space families need while camping.
Large families need a travel trailer with more countertops and storage, an outdoor kitchen, and a master bedroom with a queen bed for comfort after a long day hiking the trails.
Kids want privacy, their own space (and bed), an entertainment center, extra TVs for gaming or movie watching, USB charging ports, and even a big fridge to hold all their snacks and drinks.
Families with pets appreciate having a room they can close off to keep pets from bothering guests or family mealtime.
An extra bedroom is also a fantastic way for full-time RVers to have climate-controlled storage of clothing or camping equipment, space to set up an office, a peaceful area for yoga, a crafting room, or a reading sanctuary that doesn’t interfere with others in the RV.
Two-bedroom RVs often have flexible floorplans, so you can choose to add a bed that sleeps two adults or put in a bunkhouse that can sleep four or six kids in the same space.
The 10 Best Family Travel Trailers With 2 Bedrooms
1. Grand Design Reflection 312BHTS
|37 feet 4 inches
|up to 10
The Reflection combines a thoughtful floor plan with a modern, more luxurious design full of all the amenities a large family requires.
The main bedroom has a queen mattress, while on the other end of the trailer is the second bedroom that features bunk beds on one side, plus a double fold-out couch that can sleep two with a fold-down twin bed above it. You can opt for a fold-out sofa in the living area for even more sleeping space.
- Incredible amount of storage both inside and out
- Kitchen with full-size appliances, island, ample counter space
- Outdoor kitchen
- Power awning
- Large grey and black holding tanks
2. Forest River Cherokee Alpha Wolf 29DQ-L
|36 feet 8 inches
|up to 8
The Alpha Wolf 29DQ-L features dual queen-bed suites, which is a practical option in travel trailers. The configuration is perfect for hosting adult guests while camping, so they don’t have to sleep in a bunk bed or the dinette/bed.
You could also easily alter the space for use as a mobile office. Another great feature is the spacious bathroom, with access from three doors: outside, bedroom, and living area.
- Jackknife sofa to increase sleeping accommodations
- Large slide with “super dinette” seating (and bed)
- Secondary exterior door
- Full kitchen with pantry
- 20-foot awning
- Deluxe outdoor kitchen
3. Winnebago Minnie Plus 31BHDS
|35 feet 6 inches
|up to 8
|starts at $39,498
The Minnie Plus 31BHDS is ideal for camping families, with two doors and a separate back bedroom to give kids and their belongings a place to hang.
The back bedroom has a full slide with two couches with a fold-down twin bunk above that provides more storage and privacy. The first bedroom is at the front of the trailer and features a queen bed.
- The bathroom is outside the children’s bunk room, not part of the master
- Choice of theater seating or jackknife sofa
- Outdoor kitchen with exterior fridge
- Large dinette family seating
- Excellent traffic flow and storage
4. Gulfstream Conquest 33DBDB
|40 feet 8 inches
|up to 7
The Conquest 33DBDB is another dual-master bedroom trailer that utilizes three slides to create a very roomy interior. The pricing of this camper is also more affordable and an excellent value per square footage.
But the real appeal of this camper is the two full bathrooms, rare in even large travel trailers. Now you don’t have to wait to shower or use the facilities, which is a common problem when camping with large families.
- Space and hookups ready for washer/dryer installation
- Sleeper sofa and electric fireplace
- Complete kitchen with a three-burner stove
- Super-booth dinette seating
- Prepped for Wi-Fi
5. Crossroads Zinger ZR328SB
|36 feet 6 inches
|up to 11
The Zinger ZR328SB is the best two-bedroom travel trailer for group camping, as it can sleep up to 11!
This model features a master bedroom with a queen mattress and a rear bunkhouse with two bunk beds, a full-size jackknife sofa, and a twin fold-out bed above it. That’s a lot of sleeping quarters for kids!
The large bathroom and corner shower, with an outside access door, provide even more convenience. The outdoor kitchen adds to the flexibility of the camper, especially when cooking for a crowd.
- Efficient kitchen layout with full-size appliances
- Jackknife sofa for additional sleeping space
- 7-foot interior ceiling height
- Large dinette family seating
- Dual entry/exit doors
6. Palomino Puma 32RBFQ2
|36 feet 11 inches
|up to 8
|starts at $34,999
The Puma 32RBFQ2 is ideal for full-timers on a budget who are looking for extra space for entertaining family or setting up a traveling office.
The two bedrooms each feature a queen mattress (one is 6 inches shorter than the other) and plenty of closet space. The master also has room for the addition of a washer and dryer.
- 3 large slides increase the living area
- Family-size dinette and efficient kitchen layout with large sink
- The fireplace is below the entertainment center
- 21-foot awning
- Plenty of storage space
7. Prime Time Avenger 32BHS
|37 feet 6 inches
|up to 8
|starts at $36,705
The Avenger 32BHS is the perfect two-bedroom travel trailer for small families. With sleeping for adults on a queen bed in the master, you have to sleep for two kids on the rear bunks, with an additional two tri-fold chairs/beds for more kids to lay their heads.
Along with cozy sleeping arrangements, this camper provides tons of built-in nooks, shelving, and cabinetry to hold all your clothes and camping gear securely. The open floor space gives kids and pets room to play.
- Bathroom with exterior access
- Jackknife sofa allows for more guests
- Outdoor kitchen
- U-shape dinette and walk-in pantry
- Plenty of interior and exterior storage
8. Dutchmen Aspen Trail 2910BHS
|33 feet 2 inches
Kids will be thrilled to have their own private bedroom in the Aspen Trail 2910BHS. With a bunk bed, plus an extra bunk over tri-fold seating and a TV, there is plenty of room to play, read, and keep belongings under control.
Adults will love the residential-size Everdream Mattress in the master suite and the two entry doors so that you can access both sides of the bed with ease. If you’re looking for a travel trailer under 35 feet that packs plenty of convenient features, this could be it.
- Maple hardwood cabinet doors
- Prepped for solar power
- Complete kitchen with seamless Thermofoil countertops
- Mega-size passthrough exterior storage compartment
- Outdoor kitchen and single-entry door
9. Coachmen Apex Ultra-Lite 300BHS
|34 feet 5 inches
|up to 10
|starts at $34,900
The interior design inside the Apex Ultra-Lite 300BHS is a bit plain, but the ability to sleep plenty of family or friends makes it a great choice. The bunkhouse’s back bedroom sleeps four, while the front master has a 60 x 80 queen bed.
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This camper is very lightweight for its size, which is a bonus that provides lower fuel costs while towing. With exterior pass-through storage, you can bring all the camping equipment you need, yet keep it safe during inclement weather.
- Two slides and single entry door
- Convertible sofa and dinette for more beds
- Complete kitchen with full-size appliances
- U-shape dinette
- Outdoor kitchen
10. Keystone Hideout 38FQTS
|39 feet 11 inches
|starts at $38,037
The Hideout 38FQTS puts it all on the table with three slides and two master suites with queen-size beds. The best part is that this RV comes with one and a half baths for more comfort and convenience.
The interior design includes a 50-inch HDTV, fireplace, option for a dinette or free-standing table, and residential fridge. Outside, enjoy the wide power awning and the prep work to install solar panels if you plan to boondock.
- Laundry chute and central vacuum system
- Large, glass sliding entry door
- Complete kitchen with pantry
- 18-foot power awning
- Huge pass-through storage compartment
Frequently Asked Questions About Large Travel Trailers
Do RVs Have 2 Bathrooms?
A small percentage of recreational vehicles have a second full or half bathroom. Two of the above models, the Conquest and the Hideout, offer two bathrooms, which is a huge benefit when you’re camping with a family or large group of friends.
Keep in mind that only the larger travel trailers or motorhomes have enough space for a second bathroom, especially if they both have a shower or tub.
What Travel Trailer Has the Largest Shower?
Jayco Pinnacle and Seismic toy-hauler trailer models both offer 1710 square inches of shower space, which is the largest unit available in a travel trailer.
Large showers are hard to come by in most RVs that aren’t custom-built, but travel trailers tend to have adequate shower sizes in the 32″ x 36″ range. Corner, quarter-round showers feel more spacious and allow more movement than rectangle shapes.
Why Do Some Travel Trailers Have Two Doors?
Two doors in a larger travel trailer are, first and foremost, a safer and quicker way to escape the camper in the event of a fire or other dangerous situations.
Another benefit of two doors is that one typically enters through a bathroom, so if you’re entertaining outside, you or your guests don’t have to track through the entire trailer to use the restroom or disturb guests sleeping on the sofa or dinette.
Trailers with two bedrooms often have a second door away from the “kids” room, allowing adults to go in and out of the camper without disrupting naps, reading, or schoolwork.
Are There Any Travel Trailers With King Size Beds?
Ah, to stretch out on a huge king-size bed! Thankfully, even in a travel trailer, you can enjoy sleeping in comfort, as many models offer king-size mattresses either standard or as an option.
The Keystone Cougar, the Cruiser RV Radiance, and the K-Z RV 362BH are just a few travel trailers with king-size beds. The K-Z RV even comes with a set of bunk beds in a separate nook, which isn’t a second bedroom but may work for your family’s needs.
There are plenty of travel trailers with two bedrooms, but not all provide the extra amenities found in the best models in the reviews above.
Having a dedicated space for kids or guests to sleep gives everyone more privacy during camping trips. For remote workers, having an extra room to work in peace is another reason to consider a two-bedroom camper.
The RVing lifestyle is a blessing to experience, and the more space you have, the more you can enjoy vacation time, making incredible memories with your family and friends!
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