Popular Travel Trailer Floorplans 3236

With thousands of models available, finding the right travel trailer can be overwhelming.

Here is a breakdown of some of the most popular floor plan styles to help you choose the one that’s right for you.

Bunkhouse—The Family Camper

  • Sleeps 4-10+
  • Up to 3 slides

The most popular travel trailer floorplan, with over 3000 available models, the Bunkhouse is designed to have plenty of room for your family to sleep and plenty of storage for all of their gear. Popular options include a bathroom with a direct entrance from outside, power stabilizer jacks for easy camp setup, and outdoor kitchens.

Bunkhouse—The Family Camper

Rear Living—The Couple’s Camper

  • Sleeps 4-6+
  • Up to 3 slides

The Rear Living floorplan is perfect for couples, typically offering a separate bedroom in the front with a large living area in the rear and a large picture window on the back wall. The living area can provide some convertible sleeping areas for the occasional overnight guests (or grandchildren). Larger models include an island kitchen and seating for 10+ guests.

Rear Living—The Couple’s Camper

Rear Entertainment—The Tailgater’s Camper

  • Sleeps 4-6+
  • 2-3 slides

A Rear Entertainment floorplan replaces the large picture window of the Rear Living floorplan with a state-of-the-art entertainment center. The focus of the entire layout is centered around entertaining, with opposing slides that open up to create a real “great room” feel in the living area.

Rear Entertainment—The Tailgater’s Camper

Rear Kitchen—The Cook’s Camper

  • Sleeps up to 4
  • Typically a single slide

The Rear Kitchen floorplan is well-suited for couples and small families. The kitchen is the focal point, with a large pantry and peninsula kitchen. This layout offers everything needed to cook a gourmet meal, with plenty countertop space for food prep and serving. The Rear Kitchen floorplan is ideal for full-timers, with an open layout that feels like home.

Rear Kitchen—The Cook’s Camper

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  1. We have been RVing recreational for 40 years +. Always going to RV shows and it’s crazy that the floor plans just do not meet a women’s need for access and comfort! I wish more “mothers” or Dad’s that are caretakers could be on the floor designs of some of these companies! If trailer has slide out and are in, can you get to refrigerator!!! That’s a big one! The other is the Pantry! Do you have to open slides just to get into pantry! Can you access bathroom if slides in! These are just “normal” to me things I look for in camper design! Also, can you really see TV from where the couch/chairs are located or was it an afterthought! Why not put fold up bunks in slides! I do like that the Murphy Bed has made a comeback in a few campers! We are looking for an open floor plan now that we could use to bring our elderly parents with and we all have a somewhat comfortable place to sleep, but still have recliners for parents. It’s tough! Why always dark, dark, dark colors! Why not come from factory with off white cabinets, no carpet!!!! Geez, not everyone can paint their own cabinets, but that’s what happening and it s tough job! Thank You Jayco for stepping up to being a more lighter (country white) cabinet and fabrics!!! Speaking of Jayco, So many brand and models are out there and are so flimsy that I would be scare to tow, the wind would blow off road or if bumped against wall, it would crash in! Jayco has kept its quality for years, let’s see if it continues with all the factory changes!! Oh, And NOT EVERYONE live a huge Island in the middle of the kitchen!!! Put my sink against the wall and leave my floors open! If I want an Island, I can ad my own!!! Okay, still in the market for the best layout!!! We camp every month with a club my husbands parents started in 1960. Presently (they are 87), they still camp in their right from the factory floor (and went to pick up), 1969 Holiday Rambler 28 feet! We keep saying this will be the last year they tow, but they keep on. Currently we have a 1995 Jayco 32 FKSS. It’s in immaculate condition and has a good floor plan, but we want to be ready to take parents when they stop towing themselves (and have room for Grandchildren)! Thanks for the article!

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