10 Best RVs With 3 Bedrooms

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Once rare, RVs with 3 bedrooms are more common than they once were. This is in part because the popularity of full-time family RVing is on the rise. Not surprisingly, so too is the demand for RVs with multiple bedrooms.

Manufacturers are getting creative with their floorplans to meet this need. By incorporating loft spaces and multi-purpose furniture they’re able to offer more RVs with 3 bedrooms than ever before.

How Many Bedrooms Do You Usually Find in an RV?

Go to any RV show, and you’ll find tiny teardrop campers that aren’t much more than single bedrooms on wheels. On the opposite side of the spectrum, you’ll see 40-foot drivable RVs with 3 bedrooms. You’ll find everything in between as well.

Typically, towable trailers offer one primary bedroom and at least one secondary sleeping space. Often, this secondary space is in the form of bunk beds or a full bunkhouse. Motorhomes and toy haulers are now known for their over-cab or loft bed spaces.

With the invention of virtual learning and the increase in remote working, a greater number of families are hitting the open road. With this shift, manufacturers are debuting more RVs with 3 bedrooms.

What Is Considered a Bedroom in an RV?

What Is Considered a Bedroom in an RV

So what’s considered a bedroom in an RV? The definition is different than in stick and brick homes. We’ll define an RV bedroom as a separate sleeping space with some element of privacy.

If there’s no door, then we expect a curtain or, at the very least, the ability to install a curtain. While an RV bedroom doesn’t need its own dedicated window, it should be located in a space with an emergency exit of some sort for fire safety reasons.

Finally, whether there is a cubby or a full-blown closet, storage space is a must.

Are 3-Bedroom RVs Hard to Find? 

RVs with 3 bedrooms are still uncommon, but they are gaining popularity. This type of floorplan is mostly found in large fifth wheels, Class C motorhomes, and Class A drivables due to their high ceilings and other factors. 

Pros and Cons of a 3-Bedroom RV

3 Bedroom RVs provide a private sleeping space for everyone in your travel party. Older children and teens especially will appreciate a place to call their own within the family RV.

However, the added bedrooms aren’t without sacrifice. Even the most luxurious and large RVs still have space limitations.

To get three dedicated sleeping spaces, you’ll give up square footage in other areas. Often 3 bedroom RVs have smaller living rooms, kitchens, and/or bathrooms than other similarly sized rigs.

10 Best RVs with 3 Bedrooms 

1. Forest River Salem Hemisphere 353BED

Forest River Salem Hemisphere 353 BED Exterior
Forest River Salem Hemisphere 353 BED Interior
Forest River Salem Hemisphere 353 BED Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ This bath-and-a-half RV keeps the kids in the bunkhouse, giving parents their own suite

⛔ The full bathroom doesn’t have an entrance directly into the master bedroom

  • Length: 43.4 ft.
  • UVW: 12,634 lbs.
  • GVWR: 15,500 lbs.
  • CCC: 2,866 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 2,115 lbs.
  • Sleep: 7-10

The Forest River Salem Hemisphere 353BED has one of the best kitchens you’ll find in any 3-bedroom RV. In fact, in addition to bunks, a loft, and a front bedroom, this RV has both an indoor and outdoor kitchen.  Outside, you’ll find a bar, griddle, and quick-connect propane hookup all perfect for tailgating

Inside, the extra-deep island sink, along with the oversized refrigerator and three-burner stove, create the perfect kitchen work triangle. An adjacent appliance nook makes room for all your kitchen gadgets.

But the pièce de résistance is the deluxe french door pantry with room for all of your top-chef ingredients. If you love to cook you’ll love this 3-bedroom RV.

2. Dutchmen Voltage Triton 4271 Fifth Wheel

Dutchmen Voltage Triton 4271 Exterior
Dutchmen Voltage Triton 4271 Interior
Dutchmen Voltage Triton 4271 Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ This Voltage Triton toy hauler has a mid-bunk and a 13 ft. garage!

⛔ All of these great features made the front bedroom a bit tight.

  • Length: 46.4 ft.
  • UVW: 15,422 lbs.
  • GVWR: 20,000 lbs.
  • CCC: 4,578 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 3,823 lbs.
  • Sleep: 7-12

The Dutchmen Voltage Triton 4271 exceeds all bedroom expectations. That’s because this RV has not one, but two lofts, in addition to its happy-jack power bunk and sofa. This RV with 3 bedrooms actually has 4!

Since one of those bedrooms is a toy hauler garage with a removable wall, this RV is also the most versatile on the list. 

The mid-coach bedroom is another great multi-purpose space. This room includes a wardrobe and pull-out sofa. Whether you use this as a kids’ room, an office, or something else you’ll appreciate the flexibility this floorplan offers. 

3. Grand Design Solitude 391DL Fifth Wheel

Grand Design Solitude 391DL Exterior
Grand Design Solitude 391DL Interior
Grand Design Solitude 391DL Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The rear second bedroom has its own full bath and entrance

⛔ The kids in the loft may have to use the master bath

  • Length: 43.11 ft.
  • UVW: 15,300 lbs.
  • GVWR: 16,800 lbs.
  • CCC: 1,500 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 3,050 lbs.
  • Sleep: 6-8

The Grand Design Solitude has the best floorplan of any of the 3-bedroom RVs on our list. All three bedrooms in this fifth wheel are very private. In fact, two of the three sleeping spaces are proper bedrooms complete with a queen bed, closet, television, and door.

The third bedroom comes in the form of a three-walled loft that encompasses the entire space above the rear bedroom. The fourth “wall” has a banister that will keep everyone safe during those “kids being kids” moments.

This is also a two-bathroom coach. Both bathrooms are full baths, and each is located next to one of the bedrooms. The rear bathroom even has a separate door to the outside. This makes mid-day bathroom breaks quick and easy. There’s a lot to love about this Grand Design Solitude.

4. Forest River Cardinal 377MBLE Fifth Wheel

Forest River Cardinal 377MBLE Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The stairway is more “parent-approved” than the ladders used by other loft spaces use.

⛔ The mid-bunk space isn’t designed for road workers.

  • Length: 42.6 ft.
  • UVW: 12,969 ft.
  • GVWR: 15,500 lbs.
  • CCC: 2,531 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 2,160 lbs.
  • Sleep: 6-8

The Forest River Cardinal 377MBLE might just be the 3-bedroom RV that feels most like a traditional house. Just inside the front door is something not often found in an RV, a coat closet. Moving into the kitchen, you’ll find all residential-sized appliances as well as a dining table with chairs. In the rear, the three slide-outs create a living room with multiple sofas arranged perfectly for conversation.

In the middle of the camper, you’ll find a second room just for the kids. By day, this room makes a great playroom or secondary television room. By night, the room becomes a bunkhouse with an adjacent, and even more private, loft space for family members that like more privacy.

5. Keystone Montana 3857BR Fifth Wheel

Keystone Montana 3857BR Exterior
Keystone Montana 3857BR Interior
Keystone Montana 3857BR Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The real desk space in the mid-bunk is perfect for working on the road.

⛔ The loft’s ladder kicks out into the hallway, making it a tripping hazard.

  • Length: 40.11 ft.
  • UVW: 14,143 lbs.
  • GVWR: 16,900 lbs.
  • CCC: 2,757 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 3,050 lb
  • Sleep: 5-8

Of all of the RVs with 3 bedrooms, the Keystone Montana 3857BR is best suited for remote work and virtual learning. This is because this RV comes equipped with a dedicated desk.

What’s more, this office space is located in a bunk room. Whether you’re remote working or you have children doing virtual learning, the separate room with a door helps prevent distractions. 

You’ll also love the nearly floor-to-ceiling storage in this desk area. There is space for office supplies, school books, clothing for the bunkhouse occupants, or all three.

Above the office storage, you’ll find a third-bedroom loft. With close proximity to the bunks, but with more space and privacy, this loft is perfect for the oldest sibling on board.

6. Alliance Valor 42V13 Toy Hauler

Alliance Valor 42V13 Exterior
Alliance Valor 42V13 Interior
Alliance Valor 42V13 Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Dual 30-gallon fuel tanks for a generator and motorized toys

⛔ The washer and dryer will eat up a lot of space in the master bedroom wardrobe

  • Length: 44.1 ft.
  • UVW: 15,600 lbs.
  • GVWR: 20,000 lbs.
  • CCC: 4,400 lbs.
  • Tongue Weight: 3,005 lbs
  • Sleep: 2-9

If you’re looking for a luxury toy hauler RV with 3 bedrooms, look no further than the Alliance Valor 42V13. This toy hauler has more amenities than most. Outside you’ll find features like the 30-gallon fuel tank, air compressor, and impressive outdoor side patio. 

Inside, the owner’s bedroom offers one of the largest closets we’ve ever seen. The toy hauler garage comprises the second bedroom area and offers access to a convenient second bathroom, as well as its very own mini entertainment center.

The third bedroom comes in the form of a loft. Its cozy location right above the fireplace/entertainment center combination might just make it the most desirable bed on board this 3-bedroom RV.

7. Winnebago Spirit 31H Class C Motorhome

Winnebago Spirit 31H Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Both the sofa and U-shaped dinette have seat belts in all sitting positions.

⛔ The commode fails the elbow test.

  • Length: 32.9 ft.
  • Engine: 7.3L V8
  • Chassis: E450 Chassis 350 hp
  • GVWR: 14,500 lbs.
  • Tow Capacity: 7,500 lbs.
  • Sleep: 6-10

The most compact RV with 3 bedrooms that made our list is the Winnebago Spirit 31H. At under 33 ft long and only 14,500 pounds, this Class C is ten feet shorter and only half as heavy as some other 3 bedrooms RVs.

The Winnebago Spirit is a typical Class C floorplan with a rear bedroom and front overcab bunk. The third sleeping space is incorporated by way of a set of bunk beds located in their own little cubby in the campside slide-out. If you don’t need both bunks, the top bunk flips up, and the entire cubby can be used as an extra wardrobe.

8. Entegra Accolade XL 37L Super C Motorhome

Entegra Accolade XL 37L Exterior
Entegra Accolade XL 37L Interior
Entegra Accolade XL 37L Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Each bunk has its own TV

⛔ The living room TV isn’t in the best location

  • Length: 39.4 ft.
  • Engine: Cummins 6.7L I6 ISB Diesel
  • Chassis: Freightliner S2RV
  • GVWR: 31,000 lbs.
  • Tow Capacity: 12,000 lbs.
  • Sleep: 4-10

The Entegra Accolade XL 37L is a 3-bedroom RV that’s great for entertaining. From the outside entertainment center to the luxurious interior living room, this RV has all you need to be “the host with the most.”

With its residential refrigerator, pantry, and expansive countertop, the kitchen makes it easy to prepare a meal for a crowd.

The living room and kitchen flow together seamlessly, which means more space for socializing. The entertainment center, with a 50-inch television and fireplace, are also sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any gathering. 

Once the festivities have ended, the cabover bunk, bunk beds, and rear bedroom provide sleeping space for everyone.

9. Coachmen Sportscoach RD 402TS Class A Motorhome

Coachmen Sportscoach RD 402TS Exterior
Coachmen Sportscoach RD 402TS Interior
 Coachmen Sportscoach RD 402TS Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The bunk bed doors close off the space when you’re ready to make it a closet

⛔ The living room TV is permanently mounted on the camp side wall.

  • Length: 41.1 ft.
  • Engine: Cummins 6.7L I6 ISB Diesel
  • Chassis: Raised Rail Freightliner
  • GVWR: 32,000 lbs.
  • Tow Capacity: 10,000 lbs.
  • Sleep: 2-8

The Sportscoach RD 402TS has more storage cabinets than other RVs. The larger of the two bathrooms sports a generous linen closet and enclosed space for a washer and dryer.

The main bedroom boasts two wardrobes in addition to CPAP storage. With tons of overhead cabinetry and a large pantry, storage is plentiful in the kitchen too. 

At first glance, it appears that there is another large storage cabinet in between the kitchen and rear bedroom. Instead, hidden behind bifold doors, you’ll find bunk beds.

This separation makes the bunks adaptable. Once the kids leave the nest, the space is perfect for a second wardrobe with bifold closet doors.

10. Thor Challenger 37DS Class A Motorhome

Thor Challenger 37DS Exterior
Thor Challenger 37DS Interior
Thor Challenger 37DS Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The two full bathrooms give parents their own master suite!

⛔ The kitchen countertop space is limited

  • Length: 39.1 ft.
  • Engine: Ford 7.3L V8 Triton Gas
  • Chassis: Ford F-53
  • GVWR: 24,000 lbs.
  • Tow Capacity: 8,000 lbs.
  • Sleep: 4-10

The Thor Challenger 37DS offers state-of-the-art technology in a luxury 3-bedroom RV floorplan. In particular, the Winegard Connect 2.0 is a standout feature that allows you to create your very own secure hotspot, and maximize internet speed and range.

Kids will love the internet connectivity for their tablets that fit perfectly in the tablet stations and charging ports located in each bunk. Parents will prefer to relax and stream a movie from the comfort of the tilt-a-vision rear king bed. 

Moving into the living area, you’ll love the abundance of USB charging stations throughout this coach. Above the dinette, you’ll find a retractable 50-inch television with a soundbar which is easily viewable from both the sofa and cabover bunk.

In the outside entertainment center, you’ll find another large television also complete with a soundbar. The Challenger 37DS is a technology frontrunner in the RV industry.

6 FAQs About the Best RVs with 3 Bedrooms 

1. What’s the Max Number of Bedrooms You Can Get in an RV?

If 3 Bedroom RVs are uncommon, anything more than 3 bedrooms in a camper is rare. Still, we consider at least one of the RVs on our list to have four bedrooms.

Some of the most innovative floorplans expertly use loft space to create more bedroom spaces. But four bedrooms is about the most you’ll ever find in any RV.

2. How Many People Can Sleep in a 3-Bedroom RV?

Many of the campers on our list of the best RVs with 3 bedrooms can sleep upwards of ten people. Some can sleep as many as twelve.

Typically each bedroom space includes multiple twin mattresses or at least one larger mattress. This means each bedroom can sleep more than one person.

3. Could a Family Live Full-Time in a 3-Bedroom RV?

3-bedroom RVs are a great option for full-time families. By nature, these rigs are usually among the largest and most luxurious on the market. With dedicated space for each person, a 3-bedroom RV makes full-timing with the entire family easier than ever.

4. What Is the Square Footage of a 3-Bedroom RV?

RVs with 3 bedrooms are among the largest on the market. Most measure close to, or more than, 40 feet long.

Typically they also boast multiple slide-outs making it safe to assume that their open width is 12 feet wide or more. Therefore, the typical 3-bedroom RV will measure in at around 400-500 square feet.

5. How Much Does a 3-Bedroom RV Cost?

Not surprisingly, RVs with 3 bedrooms are among the priciest on the market. Although the least expensive RV on our list costs around $75,000.

The price tag for most other 3-bedroom RVs is well north of six figures and often closer to the $200,000 price point than the $100,000 threshold.

6. Are There Any Used 3 Bedroom RVs for Sale?

If the price tag on these types of RVs gives you a bit of hesitation, you’ll be happy to know that there are used options to be found. Although not very common, with a bit of patience, you can find a used 3-bedroom RV for sale.

Is a 3-Bedroom RV Worth Considering for Your Family?

Is a 3 Bedroom RV Worth Considering for Your Family

RVs with 3 bedrooms are not to be overlooked. If you have a large travel party you’ll definitely want to consider one of these floorplans. If you’re a parent, you already know that extra space is invaluable for keeping sibling rivalry at bay.

Full-time RVing becomes a whole lot easier for everyone in the family when there are enough bedrooms to go around.  


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Laura Tyrell – Author and Part Time RVer

Laura is a part-time RVer and a full-time mom of three.  Long-time campers and RVers before children, Laura, and her husband have fallen even more in love with the RV lifestyle since becoming parents to a child with food allergies. 

Having her own kitchen on wheels makes her RV trips amazing. Laura is passionate about finding ways to make traveling with young children fun, easy, and attainable.

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