Is an RV with Two Bathrooms Your Dream RV?

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Kerri Cox

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Kerri Cox is a teacher and freelance writer. After hating the outdoors for much of her life, an RV trip with her in-laws to Colorado changed Kerri’s life. She soon bought an RV and began traveling with her family. See her journeys at travelswithbirdy.com.

If you’ve spent a lot of time camping with your family, you know that sharing a bathroom can be a pain. An RV with two bathrooms can give everyone more space and privacy—what a dream!

While RVs with two bathrooms may be a rare find, the industry does offer models with this feature, primarily in fifth wheels. Let’s take a look at eight models that should be on your list to check out, whether you desire more family privacy or a guest bath for entertaining.

What are the Benefits of an RV with Two Bathrooms?

Example of RV with two bathrooms
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RV manufacturers pack many living features into a small space, which is why a second bathroom is such a luxury. However, it’s worth the effort to find a model with an extra restroom for several reasons.

First, an RV with two bathrooms offers more privacy. If you’re a parent, you’ve probably had the experience of being in the shower and hearing the familiar knocks of kids outside yelling your name:  “Mom, Mom, MOM!!” or “Dad, Dad, DAD!!” A second bathroom gives the kids (and other family members) their own space. No more sharing!

Some RVs with two bathrooms have separate holding tanks for each, which may give you more tank space. Plus, you won’t have as tight of a schedule for evening or morning showers. Both of these benefits are especially helpful if you have a large family or overnight guests.

RVs with two bathrooms are also nice for entertaining. You might know the familiar feeling of worrying about whether the bathroom is clean enough for company. Having a guest bath means you can keep one nice and clean for guests while putting the other through its paces.

If you own an RV, do you give uninitiated guests a “How to Use an RV Toilet” tutorial when they visit? Let us know in the comments below.

Our Picks for the Best RV with 2 Bathrooms

Now that you know why a second bathroom is such a big benefit, let’s look at the floorplans and features in eight RVs with two bathrooms:

Jayco North Point 382FLRB

Jayco North Point 382FLRB floorplan is one of the best RV with two bathrooms
Photo by Jayco

Specs 

  • Length: 43’10”
  • Dry Weight: 15,135 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 8
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary
  • Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half

Favorite Feature: Massive L-shaped vanity in the full bathroom

The North Point 382FLRB is made for entertaining family and friends. Step upstairs to the front living room, which has enough seating for the whole crew, including two tri-fold sofas and theater seating wrapped around a 50-inch television and electric fireplace. 

The primary suite just might be the star of the show. It features a king bed and a cozy window bench. The large luxurious bathroom offers an L-shaped vanity with dual sinks, as well as a roomy walk-in shower with a teak seat. Upgrade to a Truma on-demand water heater for long, hot showers.

The second bathroom is a half bath, easily accessible by guests in the central living and kitchen area. The residential kitchen offers all the conveniences of a home. 

Forest River Arctic Wolf 3910SUITE

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Specs 

  • Length: 43’6”
  • Dry Weight: 14,110 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary
  • Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half

Favorite Feature: Abundant seating in the front living room

Like the Jayco North Point, the Arctic Wolf 3910SUITE features a front living room with two tri-fold sofas and theater seating. Only a half wall separates it from the kitchen below, helping the family chef stay connected to the gathering space.

Speaking of the family chef, the well-appointed kitchen has room for a coffee bar and a massive floor-to-ceiling tower of cabinets. The “blackout” package on the appliances and cabinetry adds a modern touch. A nearby half bath is handy for guests.

Head to the rear bedroom to find a relaxing retreat with a king-size bed and ample storage. The full bathroom features dual sinks, which many couples will appreciate. 

Forest River Salem Hemisphere 356QB

Forest River Salem Hemisphere 356QB floorplan
Photo by Forest River

Specs 

  • Length: 43’0”
  • Dry Weight: 11,249 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 10
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary, 1 bunkroom
  • Bathrooms: 2 full

Favorite Feature: Rear entrance into the bathroom

Seeking an RV with two bedrooms and two bathrooms? The Salem Hemisphere 356QB is a family-friendly fifth wheel offering a front primary bedroom and a rear bunkroom for the kids. In addition to two dedicated bunks, a transformable sofa converts to a queen bed on the floor or a smaller elevated bunk. 

Located off the bunkroom, the rear full bath offers an added benefit: a second entrance. Imagine taking a beach vacation and sending the sandy kids straight in for their showers. Keeping the main living area clean just got much easier! 

Another full bathroom is located off the primary bedroom, which makes it accessible to guests. It features a toilet, vanity, and walk-in shower. The closet’s sliding barn-style doors open to reveal a large storage space and washer/dryer hookups.

CrossRoads Volante 377LF

CrossRoads Volante 377LF floorplan is one of the best rv with two bathrooms
Photo by CrossRoads RV

Specs 

  • Length: 41’8”
  • Dry Weight: 11,576 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 7
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary, 1 bunkroom
  • Bathrooms: 2 full

Favorite Feature: Super fun bunkroom

Head out with your whole family in the Volante 377LF. The central living space features a well-appointed kitchen and quad theater seating. The massive island’s counter extension flips up for additional table seating.

The elevated bunkroom overlooks the living space, so kids feel like they have an indoor treehouse. In addition to sleeping possibilities in the loft, the bunkroom is transformable with various bunk, couch, and mattress setups.

An RV with two full bathrooms can be a rare find, which makes this model a gem. In addition to a full bath near the primary bedroom, a second full bath is located off the bunkroom, featuring a private entrance that allows this bathroom to function like a mudroom.

Grand Design Influence 3704BH

Grand Design Influence 3704BH floorplan
Photo by Grand Design

Specs 

  • Length: 40’4”
  • Dry Weight: 14,798 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary, 1 bunkroom
  • Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half

Favorite Feature: Smart space for the kids

The bunkroom of the Influence 3704BH offers a smart setup: two elevated bunks, a tri-fold sofa, an entertainment center, and storage. A desk offers a spot for working or roadschooling, but the versatile space can function as a comfortable bedroom, office, or lounge.

The attached half bath near the bunkroom provides a secondary entrance to the trailer. Step out for easy access to the outdoor kitchen, which offers a griddle cooktop, sink, and cooler. Then, head through the main entrance to be amazed by the central living and kitchen area. 

Inside, head upstairs to find a full bath with a walk-in shower near the primary bedroom. A queen bed comes standard, but it may be upgraded to a king. A cool feature is the ability to hide your jewelry and valuables in the slide-top dresser. Shh!

Prime Time Sanibel 3952FBWB

Prime Time Sanibel 3952FBWB floorplan
Photo by Prime Time Manufacturing

Specs 

  • Length: 46’2”
  • Dry Weight: 12,875 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 8
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary, 1 bunkroom
  • Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half

Favorite Feature: Modern interior design

The lavish life starts in the central kitchen and living area of the Sanibel 3952FBWB, which has one of the largest RV sofas on the market. This behemoth couch seats at least five. Or, flip down the back cushions to reveal tabletops with cup holders. 

The kids will love this fifth wheel once they see the front bunkroom, which features two sets of bunks filling a corner of the room. It looks like a jungle gym. Families will appreciate the attached half bath, 40-inch television, and built-in wardrobe and desk.

Walk through the rear king bedroom to find an impressive bathroom. Dual vessel sinks and modern cabinetry add an upscale touch. 

Grand Design Reflection 362TBS

Grand Design Reflection 362TBS floorplan is one of the best RV with two bathrooms
Photo by Grand Design

Specs 

  • Length: 39’11”
  • Dry Weight: 12,428 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6
  • Bedrooms: 1 primary, 1 bunkroom
  • Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half

Favorite Feature: Unique second bedroom

Is the Reflection 362TBS the ultimate grandparents’ rig? While this versatile floorplan would be good for many types of travelers, grandparents may be especially interested in the bunkroom, which offers a queen bed for the parents and an elevated loft sleeping space for the grandkids. A half bath is located nearby.

The entire family can gather in the central living space. The dinner or breakfast buffet is spread across the large island, while friends and family relax in the theater seats and booth dinette. An optional upgrade offers a freestanding table with a swivel top in place of the dinette.

The front bedroom features a queen bed and generous storage. The nearby full bath is accessible directly from the bedroom or from the hallway, which adds privacy while traveling with family and friends.

Keystone Montana High Country 381TB

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Specs 

  • Length: 42’5”
  • Dry Weight: 14,364 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 10
  • Bedrooms: 2 primary, plus a loft
  • Bathrooms: 2 full

Favorite Feature: Two separate bedroom suites

For the ultimate guest suite, check out the Montana High Country 381TB. It features two bedrooms with queen beds and full bathrooms, perfect for traveling with parents, adult children, or friends. 

Deciding which bedroom to pick may be quite a challenge. The rear bedroom has its own private entrance through the bathroom, while the front bedroom offers a large closet with washer/dryer prep.

In addition to the bedrooms, an elevated loft offers more sleeping space for kids. It overlooks a roomy central living area, which combines the kitchen and living room into a cozy gathering spot. Survey your campsite through the huge windows lining the slide, which has theater seating and a booth dinette (or upgrade to an optional freestanding table).

FAQs About RV Trailers with 2 Bathrooms

You may have questions about RVs with 2 bathrooms, or RV bathrooms in general. Check out these FAQs:

Are there RV trailers with 2 bathrooms that aren’t fifth wheels?

Yes, several manufacturers offer toy haulers, travel trailers, and destination trailers with two bathrooms. You’ll usually find these in longer bunkhouse floorplans. RVs with two bedrooms and two bathrooms are also available. Check out these models available at Camping World to see the wide array of options.

Is there such a thing as a two-bathroom motorhome?

Yes, many Class A motor coaches offer two bathrooms, often a full and half bath. While it is less common, some Class Cs have two bathrooms. You are unlikely to find a Class B van with two bathrooms. Check out these options.

What is the smallest RV camper with a bathroom?

If you’re looking for the smallest RV with a bathroom, consider a teardrop, small camper, or Class B van, which comes in a range of floorplans. While not all have bathrooms, many do. If you purchase an RV without a bathroom, consider a portable camping toilet.

What is the smallest RV that has a shower?

The smallest RVs with showers are usually teardrops or Class B vans. Sometimes, these offer wet baths, in which the entire bathroom functions as a shower. Having less living space may be worthwhile for the convenience of a bathroom in your RV.

Is there such a thing as a two-bedroom motorhome?

It is rare to find motorhomes with two bedrooms. However, they do exist! While many motorhomes have one private bedroom with a cabover bunk adding additional sleeping space, a handful of Class A models have a second bedroom. 


Once you have an RV with two bathrooms, it’s helpful to learn the proper maintenance for your water and sewer systems. Check out these tutorial videos:

Additional bathrooms may make it easier and more comfortable to travel with friends and family. We hope you find a dream RV that is the perfect fit for your camping style, whether that includes one, two, or no bathrooms!

Would you want an RV with two bathrooms, or do you live by the less-is-more philosophy? Leave a comment below with your favorite RV bathroom features.

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