Together Done Better

How your family might fit in an RV

Where will we sleep?


Motorhomes and some trailers have built-in lofts that kids (and adults) love. In motorhomes, you press a button and the loft descends over the cab.


Some RVs have rooms that convert into bunkbeds – even double or almost king size!


Almost all RVs have furniture that converts into a bed. Tables fold down, sofas fold out, platforms flip down from walls.

Toy Haulers

Toy hauler storage areas often have beds that flip out from sofas, flip down from walls, or platforms that come down from the ceiling.

Bonus for:

Little Kids

Lofts & bunks

Easy cleaning surfaces

Bathrooms and beds for comfy

Kitchens for bottles and more

Active Kids

Take your paddle boards, kayaks, bikes and more


Outdoor TVs, kitchens, fridge and more – for long days and dirty kids

Outdoor showers & fuel stations

Tweens (and everybody else)



USB & charging stations


Other Uses:

Traveling Sports

Win the weekends! Park an RV at kid tournaments. Instant clubhouse for parents or kids between games – Sleep, snack, work, do yoga, hang.

Backyard Play Area

Park and play. Your RV can be a TV or gaming room, getaway home office or teen hangout if square footage is scarce.

Grandparents Guesthouse

Hotel at your house! Keep family close and retain your own space by turning your RV into a temporary guesthouse.

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