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Old 04-23-2016, 10:33 PM   #1
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TT or 5th with Seven Beds (without making them?)

We have six kids and go camping quite often. We are in a Four Winds 29' QTS that has 2 bunk beds in the back (four beds). Obviously, it is a bit tight. I was wondering if there is anyone who knows of RVs (TT or 5th wheels) that have six or seven beds? We don't want to use room in the main living area to make beds if at all possible as we need the living area - but something like J-cubes in the kids area are fine.

We have done a lot of looking and just aren't finding much. We know have a big family, but we would love if there was a solution with at least 5 beds for the kids (and 1 for us too!).

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Old 04-24-2016, 05:17 AM   #2
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I would look at some of the new 5th wheels that offer a mid coach bunk room with the loft over it, I mean what kid would not think how cool to sleep in the loft. Most have a couch in the bunk room with a bunk over it. Just a thought but what I like is you still have a nice living area. You might have to sort thru which ones offer this but I do know that the Coachman has one, good luck in your search.
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Perhaps someone can help but I recall that there was a recent post and someone gave a link for a travel trailer, I believe, that had a bunk room with two bunks on each side and a bath or a 1/2 bath in the middle with nice storage. Then there was the master bedroom on the other end. Guess one child would be sleeping on an airmattress though. Good luck!
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There are toy hauler fivers with the loft bed and a bed and half bath in the "toy garage" in addition to the usual front bedroom.
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