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Old 07-07-2013, 01:18 PM   #1
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Camper with 2 bedrooms, and NOT bunkhouse

Hi,

I was wanting to know if there are ANY campers out there that any one knows of that would have dual bedrooms. We currently have a Freedom Spirit bunkhouse. However, to make it better for our husbands to "occasionally" come camping, we would like to have 2 separate bedrooms.

It would seem that if they could do a bunkhouse , it would be easy to to another simple bedroom. I would think that we are not the only 2 couples out there that like to camp.

If anyone knows, information would certainly be appreciated!

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I remember seeing one at a show, but don't remember the brand.
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Maybe the husbands don't want to go.
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Maybe the husbands don't want to go.
On t'other hand...as a Person of the Female Persuasion who likes to camp without Hubby sometimes, I'd caution you two Sisters not to make yours too comfortable.

They might expect to tag along all the time!
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Thanks All..Francesca, TOTALLY agree but sometimes they just need to go...not to mention they have "requested" recliners.......

But I have found some campers that have dual queen bedrooms in them...Wildcat has a couple....
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I'm lovin' this Sister Team! You going to let the boys drive at all? My Husband isn't allowed behind the wheel of my tug...speaking of which: what's your tow vehicle, and do you know its tow limits?

Good info for folks who might have suggestions for you....
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I'm lovin' this Sister Team! You going to let the boys drive at all? My Husband isn't allowed behind the wheel of my tug...speaking of which: what's your tow vehicle, and do you know its tow limits?

Good info for folks who might have suggestions for you....
Ours is not an RV, we are seasonal campers. But MY husbands excuse not to come camping is (drum roll)..."the dogs don't like to go to camp!" (Not sure which one told him that) Anyway, we just thought if we made it a "little" more comfortable they would come along just a little more.
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Jayco has a 40ft model where the bunks in the back can be changed out for a 2nd queen bed.



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Ours is not an RV, we are seasonal campers. But MY husbands excuse not to come camping is (drum roll)..."the dogs don't like to go to camp!" (Not sure which one told him that) Anyway, we just thought if we made it a "little" more comfortable they would come along just a little more.
O-h-h-h-h- I think get it- you're looking for something that stays parked on a permanent site with water/power/sewer hookups. Is that right?!

Heck, if you don't want/need it to be mobile except to get it to the spot you own/lease/whatever, have you thought of getting a park model? If you don't need all the rigamarole that comes with road-use units, why pay for it?

Seems like you'd have a lot more choices layout-wise in the park model market.
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