Most travel trailers on the market are not suited for large families. This is because they do not have enough sleeping areas for several individuals. While this may sound sad, it is not because it is the reason why travel trailers with two bedrooms were invented!
With a travel trailer with two bedrooms aka a two-bedroom travel trailer, you can go camping or for a vacation with your entire family or with your best friend’s family. This is because a two-bedroom travel trailer has enough sleeping space to accommodate many people.
In this article, I will share with you the top 10 two-bedroom travel trailers currently available on the market. All the travel trailers in my list are top quality, durable, and feature-rich 2020 travel trailers from renowned brands. And of course, they all have two bedrooms.
Without further ado, here is the list of the best two-bedroom travel trailers.
12 Best 2 Bedroom Travel Trailers
- Hitch Weight: 948 lb.
- GVWR: 10,500 lb.
- UVW: 8,998 lb.
- CCC: 1,502 lb.
- Exterior Length: 36′ 9″
- Exterior Height: 11′ 1″
- Exterior Width: 96″
- Fresh Water: 43.00 gal.
- Gray Water: 64.50 gal.
- Black Water: 34.50 gal.
This is probably my favorite two-bedroom travel trailer. I like it a lot because it has a true 2-bedroom design. This design makes it perfect especially for two couples traveling together. So if you want to travel with your partner and with your best friend and his partner, you should strongly consider this travel trailer.
This camper’s two-bedroom design is perfect for two couples because the bedrooms are almost identical in size and are located away from each other. This makes them very private.
Each of these trailer’s two bedrooms features a big queen size bed that can comfortably sleep two people. As I mentioned, this makes this trailer perfect for two couples. It also makes this perfect for a couple traveling with two kids.
Both bedrooms have multiple storage areas and the front one has a washing machine and a dryer. So you never have to worry about washing and drying clothes when on a vacation with this camper.
Like most travel trailers, the Palomino Puma 32RBFQ2 comes with a bathroom. The bathroom has a toilet, a shower, and a sink.
In this travel trailer’s living area there is a big-screen TV. There is also a booth dinette and a sofa. So there is plenty of space for two couples to relax in this living area or for you, your wife, and your kid to relax.
If you have more than two kids and you want to travel with them in this trailer, you can do so, by converting the sofa and the booth dinette into extra sleeping spaces.
I said this is my favorite two-bedroom travel trailer because it has a true 2-bedroom design. However, the thing I like the most about it is its kitchen which is spacious with a big pantry and has quality appliances including a big multi-burner cooker, a refrigerator, and a microwave.
- Hitch Weight: 900 lb.
- GVWR: 7,900 lb.
- UVW: 6,543 lb.
- CCC: 1,357 lb.
- Exterior Length: 36′ 8″
- Exterior Height: 11′ 0″
- Exterior Width: 96″
- Fresh Water: 49.00 gal.
- Gray Water: 70.00 gal.
- Black Water: 35.00 gal.
Another trailer from Forest River that is suitable for large families is the 29DQ-L, with sleeping space for eight.
The trailer has two entrances: one leads you into the living area while the other opens into the bathroom. If you have a small bladder, you’d appreciate this entry system.
Interestingly, the bathroom has a tub for relaxing on long days. It also has an overhead shower, medicine cabinet, and a toilet.
Both bedrooms have a queen bed. Surprisingly, the beds are way more comfortable than beds that you usually find in RVs.
Since the bedrooms are on one end of the trailer, you can separate the lounging space from the sleeping area.
Even with the bed, there’s enough space in the main bedroom for a closet, nightstands, TV, and storage. You can walk right into the bathroom through a door in the bedroom.
Just like every other room in the trailer, the kitchen is also stylish and spacious. It has a sink with sprayer faucet, pantry, refrigerator, and a range.
The U-shaped dinette can be converted into a sleeping space for two, making it an excellent addition to space. If you have a friend stopping by, simply turn the sofa into another bed.
- UVW: 6,765 lb.
- CCC: 1,185 lb.
- GVWR: 7,950 lb.
- DHW: 745 lb.
- Exterior Length: 34′ 11″
- Exterior Height: 10′ 3″
- Exterior Width: 8′ 0″
- Fresh Water: 42 gal.
- Gray Tank: 30.5 gal.
- Gray Water (secondary): 30.5 gal.
- Black Tank: 30.5 gal.
- Propane: 40 lbs.
- Furnace BTU: 35,000
- Sleeping Capacity: 7-12
Despite being more affordable than many other options in the market, the Jayco travel trailer provides ample room for family and friends.
Along with a queen bedroom, there’s a living room with sleeping and entertainment space.
The first thing you’d notice is the U-shaped dining area, which is perfect for holding gaming marathons too.
It is coupled with a sofa, which is placed conveniently across the huge entertainment center. From Netflix binging to keeping up with the news, you can do anything here.
The kitchen has a refrigerator, oven, and microwave for meeting all your cooking needs. You can keep all your food items in the overhead pantry, saving storage space in other parts of the bunkhouse.
What I like the most about this trailer is the amount of storage space it has.
Even the bathroom has a linen closet for keeping your towels and robes, while the medicine cabinet can hold all your grooming supplies.
Let’s talk about the main bedroom, which is next to the bathroom. With a queen bed, closet, and overhead cabinet, the bedroom has everything you need.
On its side is the bunk room with sleeping space for five. The most exciting thing about this room is the J-Cube, which can be used as a play area for kids.
As you move out of the trailer, you’ll see two awnings. For days with pleasant weather, you can come out and barbecue, or just sit outside to soak in some Sun.
Depending on your style priorities, you can choose between Cashmere Cottage and Modern Farmhouse. Let’s just say it won’t be an easy decision to make.
- GVWR: 9,995 lb.
- Dry Weight: 7,440 lb.
- Hitch Weight: 860 lb.
- Exterior Length: 35′ 6″
- Exterior Height: 11′ 4″
- Exterior Width: 8′ 0″
- Freshwater: 50 gal.
- Blackwater: 28 gal.
- Graywater: 69 gal.
- Sleeps: 8
Designed to achieve perfection, Winnebago Minnie Plus features two bedrooms, lounge space, a kitchen, and a bathroom.
Packing a whole house into such a limited space is not an easy task, so having multifunctional things is a necessity. Luckily, the U-shaped dinette in the living room can be used for anything, from chilling to working.
When not in use, it can be converted into a bed for two.
There’s an option to choose simple tables and chairs for people who aren’t fond of the dinette situation.
However, if you want the extra sleeping space, I’d say opt for the dinette. Coming to the kitchen, you’ll find Corian countertops, giving a residential vibe.
Along with the cooking space, there’s ample preparation space, which most trailers lack. Also, there’s a fridge, oven, and sink, completing the kitchen.
The main bedroom is at the front of the RV and has a queen-sized bed with nightstands. It also has a closet for keeping your clothes sorted.
On the back, there’s a bunkhouse with two bunks. If you need more sleeping space, you can add a sofa as well.
For barbecue movie nights, head out to the awning and utilize the outdoor kitchen.
Lastly, the bathroom has a tub and shower to suit everyone’s preferences. It also has an exterior door to let your pets out to dry after a bath.
- UVW: 9,291 lbs
- Hitch Weight: 995 lbs
- GVWR: 11,295 lbs
- Length: 37′ 4″
- Height: 11′ 8″
- Fresh Water Capacity: 60 Gal
- Grey Water Capacity: 86 Gal
- Waste Water Capacity: 43 Gal
- Water Heater: 6 Gal (17.8 GPH Recovery)
- LP Capacity: 60 lbs
- Furnace: 35000 BTU
Grand Design is a popular American RV brand. This is because it makes durable and feature-rich recreational vehicles. This particular model is durable and feature-rich just like all the other Grand Design models on the market. The best thing about it, however, is the fact that it has a sleeping capacity of 10! So if you are looking for a travel trailer that can accommodate a very big family or two families at the same time, it is definitely it.
This travel trailer can sleep many people because it has two separate bedrooms. One bedroom is the master with a queen style bed and the other is a bunkhouse for kids. Additional sleeping areas include the convertible dinette and the convertible sofa in the living area.
This Grand Design camper is perfect for relaxing, for large family dining, for game nights and for watching movies because it has 10 comfortable seating areas, a big-screen TV, and a fireplace.
This camper also comes with a full kitchen with a large refrigerator and a large complete bathroom fitted with a skylight.
- Shipping Weight: 9,291 lbs
- Carrying Capacity: 2,069 lbs
- Hitch: 1,200 lbs
- Length: 39 ft 11 in
- Height: 11 ft 4 in
- Fresh Water: 43 gal
- Waste Water: 78 gal
- Gray Water: 78 gal
- LPG: 60
- Tire-Size: ST225/75R15E
- Sleeping Capacity: 8
Having a sleeping space for eight, Keystone HIDEOUT 38FQTS features something hard to find in other trailers of the sort: two bathrooms.
When you’re traveling with kids, sharing a bathroom isn’t much of a deal. However, for group travels, it’s best to have an extra bathroom for additional privacy.
As you walk into the trailer, you see the huge 50-inch TV facing a fireplace.
A perfect example of comfort with entertainment, this living room also has a U-shaped dinette, which can be converted into a bed.
If you occasionally have guests over, lucky for you, the sofa converts into a bed too.
Present on the ends of the camper, the bedrooms are spacious and equipped with all the necessary amenities.
The master bedroom has a queen bed with many closets for storage. Moreover, the sliding door makes it possible for you to walk right into the bathroom through the bedroom.
Entering the bathroom, you’ll see a massive shower with a toilet and linen closet.
Making this trailer more suitable for adult travelers is the fact that there’s another queen-sized bed in the second bedroom. This room also has closets for storage.
While this room doesn’t have a shower, it features a bathroom, toilet, and sink. You’ll even have enough counter space for displaying your grooming products.
- Hitch Weight: 672 lb.
- GVWR: 7,600 lb.
- UVW: 5,975 lb.
- CCC: 1,625 lb.
- Exterior Length: 34′ 3″
- Exterior Height: 10′ 1″
- Exterior Width: 96″
- Fresh Water: 50.00 gal.
- Gray Water: 35.00 gal.
- Black Water: 35.00 gal.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly, yet high-quality trailer, this Coachmen model could be the right fit for you.
The master bedroom has a queen-sized bed and a sliding door that opens into the bathroom. Completing the bedroom are dual nightstands and an overhead storage cabinet.
On the other hand, the second bedroom has two bunks and storage space.
When you go into the bathroom, you see a full-size tub with a shower. If you have tons of beauty products, you’ll like the huge counter space.
In the kitchen, there’s a microwave, cooking oven, and refrigerator. For storing food items and kitchen appliances, you can use the overhead storage cabinets.
Thanks to the awning, you can take your meal preps outside on days you feel like enjoying the weather.
- Length: 33′ 3″
- Height (with AC): 11′ 3″
- Shipping Weight (Average): 6,622 lbs.
- Hitch: 780 lbs.
- Cargo Carrying Capacity: 3,058 lbs.
- Fresh Water Capacity: 52 gals.
- Grey Water Capacity: 42 gals.
- Waste Water Capacity: 42 gals.
This Dutchmen Aspen camper is a great two bedroom travel trailer that is compact. Its length is less than 35ft.
Despite this camper’s small footprint, it can sleep eight people – two in the main bedroom, three people in the bunkhouse, two people in its convertible dinette, and one person in its sofa.
I love this trailer’s main bedroom a lot because it has a big and comfortable bed. This bed is not trailer-quality; it is residential-quality and you will love using it.
In addition to the above, this trailer includes a spacious full bathroom and a kitchen that has everything.
A large power awning and an external kitchen make this trailer perfect for cooking, eating, and relaxing outdoors.
- Dry Weight: 9,680 lb.
- Hitch Weight: 1,160 lb.
- Net Carrying Capacity: 2,067 lb.
- Length: 40’8″
- Width: 8′
- Exterior Height: 11’4″
- Interior Height: 80″
- Fresh Water: 42 gal.
- Grey Tank: 74 gal.
- Black Tank: 74 gal.
- Furnace: 35,000 BTU
- Water Heater: 6 Gal
This is another great two-bedroom trailer. But while it is high-quality, feature-rich, and durable like the other ones on this list, it is different and some may call it superior to the other ones. This is because it has two baths.
Conquest 33DBDB has a spacious living area as you may have expected. It also has a large dinette that can sit eight. The dinette can be converted into a comfortable sleeping area for two. Opposite this dinette, there is a big-screen TV.
In addition to this spacious living area, this RV comes with two big bedrooms opposite each other but separated for max privacy. The front bedroom has a big bed, its own ensuite bathroom with a shower and a large tub.
The second bedroom also has a big bed. The second bathroom is, however, not ensuite. Nevertheless, it is located right next to the bedroom.
This vehicle also comes with a big kitchen and multiple storage areas.
- Dry Weight: 7,756 lb.
- Carrying Capacity: 1,984 lb.
- Hitch Weight: 942 lb.
- Exterior Length: 36′ 6″
- Exterior Width: 8′ 0″
- Ext. Height with A/C: 11′ 3″
- L.P. Gas: 40 gal.
- Fresh Water: 51 gal.
- Black Water: 39 gal.
- Gray/Galley Water: 39 gal.
This last travel trailer with two bedrooms is family-friendly (obviously) and budget-friendly. It is the trailer you should consider if you are looking for a quality but low-price family camper.
This CrossRoads camper features a roomy living area, a practical complete kitchen, and a complete bathroom. It also obviously has two bedrooms.
Its best bedroom has a large bed and its second bedroom is a bunkhouse.
The kitchen in this kitchen is large and it includes a big pantry, a big refrigerator, a multi-burner, an oven, a microwave, and several storage areas. So it is perfect for preparing meals for many.
In addition to all the above, it comes with an external kitchen great for cooking outside.
- 33′ 0″ exterior length
- 39.00 gallons of freshwater
- 18’ awning size
- 899 lb hitch weight
- 96’’ exterior width
Forest River is a well-reputed company in the trailer industry, and considering the number of customers they’ve served, it’s safe to say that their RVs meet all quality standards.
The Wildwood RV range has multiple options with 14 different floor plans. Take a look at the two special edition versions if you want to stand out from everyone else in the trailer park.
Of the 14 floor plans, seven have two bedrooms.
Along with being road-friendly, this line also sits well with people who are into aesthetics. From linoleum floors to modern drawers, this whole line has been curated for today’s travelers.
You don’t have to limit sleeping space to store things, as every trailer in this line has lots of storage room.
Moreover, both the bunk rooms and the master bedrooms have USB ports for charging your gadgets.
Just because you’re traveling doesn’t mean you should have to give up the luxury of stylish interior space. The living rooms have electric fireplaces to create an ambient atmosphere.
Not choosing favorites, but I’d say the 37BHSS2Q model from the line is the most ideal for larger families and groups.
The master bedroom has enough space for a queen bed, dresser, and even a closet. It also has a separate door to the outside.
For a more detailed look, the company’s website lets you take a virtual tour of the trailer via interactive 3D technology.
- Dual entry
- Outdoor speakers and electric awning
- 45 gallons of freshwater
- 11’ 2’’ exterior height
- Eight-inch exterior width
- Radius shower type
- Sleeping space for nine
- King-sized bed
Of the 18 floor plans in Crossroads’ Sunset trail line, three models have two bedrooms.
Being lighter than many other RVs, these trailers are easier to tow and comfortable to live in. SS-331BH is a suitable trailer for bigger groups, as it sleeps up to nine people.
The two entry doors lead to the kitchen and bathroom, while the bathroom is directly attached to the bedroom.
Featuring a King-sized bed, the bedroom also has dual wardrobes and a door to the bathroom.
It has a half bathroom with the bunkhouse and a full bathroom, which is equidistant from the living room and main bedroom.
With a center island, the RV’s kitchen provides adequate space for holding game nights, cooking, and relaxing.
Besides, the double-door refrigerator stores enough food to host a feast.
On the outside, there’s an electric awning, featuring LED lights. When you’re in the mood for fun, or have a jamming session, walk out on the awning and put the outdoor speakers to good use.
Since the trailer has tinted windows, excess Sun stays out, keeping the interior cooler. It also prolongs your furniture’s life, ensuring the colors don’t fade away.
Most people have only seen trailers in the movies, going down the road, never breaking down or causing issues. In real life, trailers have the same kind and number of problems that normal houses do.
When buying a trailer, you should look at a few features to minimize any problems in the future.
While some features are purely preferential, others determine how long and well a trailer will hold up.
Even if you’ve bought a new trailer, you can face water leakage and mold growth.
To prevent this, make sure the trailers’ rook is made of the best quality material. One-piece aluminum roofs are considered pretty durable and robust.
Some roofs seal to the four sides of the vehicle, but others wrap down to sidewalls. When buying a trailer, opt for the latter kind as they are much more reliable.
Loading and Unloading
If a trailer is too high, loading utilities and gear inside will become very hard. Look for trailers that are suitable for your height, so that you don’t have trouble loading and unloading goods.
Some trailers have hinging sides that come off, so there’s no need to lift over the sides, making loading easier.
Even though all the trailers on our list have two bedrooms, not all have the equal sleeping capacity.
Choose the trailer that can sleep your entire group of family. It’s always good to have an extra bed or bunker for guests.
While most trailers have bunks in the second room, some have queen beds in both the rooms.
Although this might not be a priority for everyone, queen beds are a suitable sleeping arrangement for adults.
Check a trailer’s load capacity before you buy it, or you might have to leave some things at home to balance the weight.
The dry weight refers to the trailer’s weight without the full tanks and gear.
Manufacturers specify the additional weight you can carry on the trailer. This includes the weight of people, gear, and the oil.
If you’re traveling with your dog or other pets, the trailer must be friendly. Most trailers on our list have ample storage space, so you can easily keep a litter box in the vehicle.
However, not all RVs have this much space.
Along with making sure there’s enough space, look for pet windows in a trailer. These are mostly present on the passenger side and let your pet go out in the open whenever they want.
How to Find the Best 2 Bedroom Travel Trailer?
Choosing a travel trailer can be overwhelming as it’s a long-term investment, and you wouldn’t want to spend thousands of dollars on something you can’t even use later.
Here are a few tips for buying a travel trailer:
No Impulse Buying
Most trailer companies have a 3D virtual tour of their trailers on the websites. As much as it tempts you, don’t buy a trailer on impulse.
The first thing that impresses you about any travel trailer will be the interior décor.
Having a luxurious European interior does not necessarily mean that an RV is durable or even suitable for you.
Make sure you compare at least five travel trailers before coming to a decision.
Notice things like the water pump capacity, roof quality, kitchen utilities, plumping, and windows. If you buy a trailer on impulse, you’ll discover its flaws later on and regret the decision made in haste.
Trust me when I say this: no one knows more about trailers than someone who owns one.
You can easily find online RV forums where owners and new buyers discuss tips and tricks for maintaining a trailer. Besides, you can find a lot of repair hacks in the online community too.
When it comes to finding the best traveling trailer, you won’t find it at the first dealer you go to.
Explore your options and compare the prices of different trailers to find the one according to your budget.
New vs. Used
Travel trailers can cost an excessive amount of money, so one shouldn’t shy away from buying used vehicles.
When you buy a new trailer, you get the manufacturer’s warranty, covering most of the damages for a certain time.
Since it’s new, you don’t have to worry about repairs yet. You can be picky about the décor, color, and spacing options.
However, new trailers are quite expensive. If the dealer isn’t in your area, you might have to get it shipped.
On the other hand, buying used travel trailers will save you a lot of money.
If you have some extra money to spend, it can go to redecorating the RV, according to your taste.
Also, if you like a camper that has been discontinued or unavailable at your local dealer’s, you can get the same model second hand.
However, a used trailer, like most second-hand things, comes with many problems. Firstly, you’ll have to spend money on repairs and upgrades.
Even if there’s no visible damage, you never know what might go wrong once you’re on the road. You may end up with bubbling toilets and leaking roofs in the middle of nowhere.
Most importantly, you don’t get the manufacturer’s warranty, which means the cost of repairs is on you.
This, however, does not mean that all used RVs will pose trouble. Make sure you inspect the camper properly before buying it to prevent any future mishaps.
How much does the annual maintenance of a travel trailer cost?
If you take good care of your camper and spend on its annual maintenance, it can hold up for up to 15 years.
Depending on the trailer’s size, costs can range between a thousand to three thousand dollars. The costs include maintenance of windows, bathroom, water tank, moldings, hatches, brakes, doors, and electrical appliances.
What should I do if the RV AC is leaking?
AC leakages in RVs are not only common but also more complicated than leakages at home.
You can fix this problem by replacing the old gasket, getting the caulking inspected, and checking if the AV vents are clogged.
Once you’ve identified and fixed the problem, make sure you get the AC inspected every year to prevent leaking in the future.
Which dining arrangement is better: U-shaped or table and chair?
This depends on how many people are in the trailer and the amount of sleeping room your need.
Most U-shaped dinettes convert into a bed for two, so if you need that extra space, the dinette is a suitable option.
However, if you only have four or five people on board, you can do with a dining table arrangement too.
Yet, dinettes remain a popular option because they provide extra sitting room for entertainment.
With seven people in the living room, there’s not enough space for everyone on the sofa. Having a dinette ensures that everyone can hang out together.
Is maintaining an RV expensive?
Buying an RV is only half the cost. With added charges like gas, cable, meals, trailer park rents, insurance, and repair costs, maintaining an RV can be expensive.
In the end, I’d just say that living the RV life can be complicated if you don’t make the right choices.
With the ten best two bedroom travel trailers, this list is a guide for choosing a trailer that you and your family can comfortably travel in.
Having an extra bedroom means you can bring kids or friends along and have a memorable family experience.