10 Best Travel Trailers with a King Bed for 2024

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Updated March 15, 2024

We have a king sized bed in our RV and we love it! So we certainly understand why so many people are looking for the best travel trailers with a king bed too!

There are more travel trailers with king-size beds on the market than ever before! For RVers seeking a king-size bed in a travel trailer, the options are limitless.

We are asked all the time by our viewers on YouTube if we can show RVs with king-size beds for RVers who are big and tall. So, we wrote this article and made a YouTube Video all about travel trailers with king beds!

What Are the Dimensions of a King Bed in Travel Trailers?

King mattresses come in a variety of sizes and dimensions, so you will need to look around to find the perfect one for you. However, you can usually assume that king-size beds will range from 74 to 76 inches wide by 76 to 80 inches long.

California King beds are approximately 72 inches wide by 84 inches long. So for you taller folks out there a California King may be the perfect king-size bed for you but we have never seen a travel trailer with a California King bed yet. And we have toured and reviewed thousands of trailers.

It’s also important to remember that RV mattresses have different dimensions compared to residential mattresses. And many manufacturers do not list the actual bed size in their specs. Some just say King Bed but who knows what size the bed is.

RV mattresses are usually smaller than the ones you use at home. So be sure to bring your tape measure like I do when we tour RVs to make sure you know exactly what you are getting.

10 Best Travel Trailers With A King Bed for 2024

There are a wide range of travel trailers out there with a king bed, and they come in a variety of sizes. Just because it has a king bed doesn’t mean it has to be a monstrous RV.

1. Heartland North Trail 25FK

Heartland North Trail 25FK Exterior Travel Trailers King Bed
Heartland North Trail 25FK Interior
Heartland North Trail 25FK Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Placing the kitchen at the front, in an L-shape, allows for a ton of extra counter space

⛔ Bathroom is split, which some RVers don’t prefer

  • Length: 25.9′
  • UVW: 5,858 lbs
  • CCC: 1,924 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,814 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 814 lbs
  • Sleep: 4
  • King Bed Size: 66″ x 75″

The kitchen in the Heartland North Trail 25FK might be on the opposite end of the RV from the king bed, making those midnight snacks more of an effort, but the size is worth the placement. The counter space is exceptional, with a giant window in the front that offers plenty of morning sunshine over a hot breakfast.

The bathroom is a split affair, but there’s more than enough space, with a large shower and plenty of legroom. The king bed is part of a slide, offering more space in the master bedroom, with a second, large window for plenty of natural lighting throughout the day.

2. Cruiser RV Striker STG3313

Cruiser RV Striker STG3313 Exterior
Cruiser RV Striker STG3313 Interior Travel Trailers King Bed
Cruiser RV Striker STG3313 Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Garage space is a separate room, providing guests or kids some privacy

⛔ TV placement is a neckbreaker

  • Length: 37.9′
  • UVW: 9,741 lbs
  • CCC: 3,011 lbs
  • GVWR: 12,800 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 1,629 lbs
  • Sleep: 8
  • King Bed Size: Not listed by manufacturer

Toy haulers are always fun, and the Cruiser RV Striker STG3313 features room for your favorite toy and a king bed for comfortable and spacious R&R after a long day adventuring on the ATV. The garage space is also a private area, so once the toys are out, it makes an excellent guest bedroom or place for the kids to play.

Another fantastic feature is the dual bathrooms. Granted, you only get one shower, but having a toilet and sink in the garage space is a highly convenient design choice. If you prefer to remain outside most of the time, the Striker includes an exterior kitchen and a TV for the drive-in movie feel.

3. Winnebago Voyage 2427RB

Winnebago Voyage 2427RB Exterior
Winnebago Voyage 2427RB Interior
Winnebago Voyage 2427RB Floorplan Travel Trailers King Bed

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Dual-entryways are great, with quick access to the bedroom or bathroom

⛔ King bed isn’t standard, but an option to add

  • Length: 27′ 9″
  • UVW: 6,460 lbs
  • CCC: 3,940 lbs
  • GVWR: 10,400 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 660 lbs
  • Sleep: 4
  • King Bed Size: 72″ x 80″

The Winnebago Voyage 2427RB comes with several options. For one, you don’t get the king automatically, unless you choose that as one of the various floorplans. You also have the option of going with theater seating, a sofa with a chaise, or the more standard, tri-fold sofa.

Regardless of which entertainment seating arrangement you elect to go with, the TV is directly across from it, which is always a very welcome feature. King bed or queen, you still get dual, flanking wardrobes for hanging clothes or extra storage space.

4. Palomino Puma 31FKRK

Palomino Puma 31FKRK Exterior Travel Trailers King Bed
Palomino Puma 31FKRK Interior
Palomino Puma 31FKRK Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Large and spacious living and entertainment area, with excellent couch/TV placement

⛔ Vents are in the floors

  • Length: 37.8′
  • UVW: 8,693 lbs
  • CCC: 1,302 lbs
  • GVWR: 9,995 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 1,195 lbs
  • Sleep: 6
  • King Bed Size: 72″ x 80″

The Palomino Puma 31FKRK has one of the best entertainment area setups on the list. The comfy recliners directly face the TV, which also features a fireplace and built-in speakers. With cupholders in the couch and the fridge nearby, you can spend a rainy day binge-watching your favorite shows.

The king bed is surrounded by storage, with a huge wardrobe, alongside another closet. The additional closet also features a washer and dryer hookup, if you prefer to go with that. You also get overhead storage above the king bed, and an additional dresser at the foot of the bed.

5. East To West Alta 2350KRK

East To West Alta 2350KRK Exterior
East To West Alta 2350KRK Interior Travel Trailers King Bed
East To West Alta 2350KRK Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Several fifth-wheel-type accommodations, such as protected, interior connections and elevated storage

⛔ Included 50-watt solar panel is good for little more than topping off the battery in storage

  • Length: 28′ 6″
  • UVW: 5,906 lbs
  • CCC: 3,574 lbs
  • GVWR: 9,480 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 680 lbs
  • Sleep: 4
  • King Bed Size: Not listed by manufacturer

The East To West Alta 2350KRK is a shorter travel trailer that mimics much larger ones. It features two entryways, one of which directly accesses the king bed. The bathroom is split, but this allows for some space improvements, especially for the bathroom counter space.

The kitchen is laid out across the back, so you get plenty of counter space there as well. Instead of going with a traditional dinette, you get a “dinette/coffee table” in front of the tri-fold sofa, which you can replace with theater seating if you prefer.

6. Forest River Flagstaff 826KBS

Forest River Flagstaff 826KBS Exterior
Forest River Flagstaff 826KBS Interior
Forest River Flagstaff 826KBS Floorplan Travel Trailers King Bed

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Superior torsion axle suspension system

⛔ Two gray tanks, each with its own valve (added inconvenience when dumping)

  • Length: 29′ 11″
  • UVW: 7,649 lbs
  • CCC: 2,161 lbs
  • GVWR: 9,810 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 1,010 lbs
  • Sleep: 2
  • King Bed Size: 72″ x 80″

The Forest River Flagstaff 826KBS is a neat little couple’s camper with several features designed to make the interior feel much larger than it really is. The bathroom takes up the entire back end and even includes a sizeable linen closet, with additional overhead storage as well.

If you prefer to cook outdoors, there’s an outside kitchen, which includes a refrigerator and a slide-out griddle beneath a 22′ awning. The kitchen is spacious too, with an L-shape counter that provides plenty of space for meal prep.

7. Gulf Stream Trailmaster 303RLI

Gulf Stream Trailmaster 303RLI Exterior Travel Trailers King Bed
Gulf Stream Trailmaster 303RLI Interior
Gulf Stream Trailmaster 303RLI Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Incredible amount of living space, along with seating and entertainment

⛔ Heater vents in the floor

  • Length: 36′ 11″
  • UVW: 9,127 lbs
  • CCC: 2,273 lbs
  • GVWR: 11,400 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 1,705 lbs
  • Sleep: 6
  • King Bed Size: Not listed by manufacturer

There is a ton of living space on the Gulf Stream Trailmaster 303RLI, even with the kitchen island smack in the center of everything. Theater seating, a large dinette, and a lengthy sofa surround the entertainment center, fireplace, and kitchen island.

You only get the neckbreaker deal if you’re watching TV from the sofa unless it’s just you and you can kick back with your head on one end. There are windows everywhere, especially around the dinette, so there’s plenty of natural light pouring in, even on a rainy day.

8. Lance 2465

Lance 2465 Exterior
Lance 2465 Interior Travel Trailers King Bed
Lance 2465 Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ At the end of the king bed is a surprisingly spacious office area, for remote work on the road.

⛔ Could use a flip-up table for extra counter space in the kitchen

  • Length: 29.4′
  • UVW: 5,875 lbs
  • CCC: 1,925 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,800 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 665 lbs
  • Sleep: 5
  • King Bed Size: 72″ x 84″

As you can see, there are plenty of travel trailers with a king bed that don’t have to be extremely long or overly large. The Lance 2465 is yet another smallish RV with a king, and plenty of remaining space to work with throughout.

The bathroom is split but, again, this allows for more counter space and legroom in each room. The king bed may be large, but you’ll still have plenty of room to walk around it. Also, if you work remotely, there’s enough room at the foot of the king for an extensive office space, with plenty of drawers and a telescoping TV.

9. Highland Range Open Range 321BHS

Highland Range Open Range 321BHS Exterior
Highland Range Open Range 321BHS Interior
Highland Range Open Range 321BHS Floorplan Travel Trailers King Bed

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Includes the TraveLINK Smart RV System (smart home on wheels) with miZONE technology

⛔ TV is mounted directly above the kitchen counter space

  • Length: 38′
  • UVW: 8,645 lbs
  • CCC: 1,350 lbs
  • GVWR: 9,995 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 1,075 lbs
  • Sleep: 8
  • King Bed Size: 72″ x 80″

If you like king beds and smart homes, the Highland Range Open Range 321BHS offers both. The TraveLINK Smart RV System gives you smartphone control over several features throughout the RV, including lights, heating and cooling, external component monitoring, slides, leveling, and tank monitoring.

In addition to this, you also get miZONE, which allows you to play your music continuously, regardless of where you are in the RV. It’s a high-tech smart home on wheels. When you’re done playing with all of the toys on your smartphone, relax and kick back on the king bed. Or, you can do both. Why not?

10. Keystone Cougar Half Ton 22MLS

Keystone Cougar Half Ton 22MLS Exterior Travel Trailers King Bed
Keystone Cougar Half Ton 22MLS Interior
Keystone Cougar Half Ton 22MLS Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Plenty of space with unlimited access to everything while the slide is in

⛔ Heater vents in the floor

  • Length: 26.8′
  • UVW: 5,731 lbs
  • CCC: 1,469 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,200 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 645 lbs
  • Sleep: 4
  • King Bed Size: 70″ x 80″

Last, but certainly not least, on our list of travel trailers with a king bed, is the Keystone Cougar Half-Ton 22MLS. Instead of splitting up the bathroom on this model, the kitchen is split—well, sort of. The bathroom and a lengthy kitchen counter take up the back end of the RV.

The rest of the kitchen forms an L. So, you get the best of both worlds, with plenty of kitchen counter space and a whole bathroom. If you like spending most of your time outside, there’s an optional, exterior dinette, centered under an 18′ awning.

4 Things to Consider When Buying a Travel Trailer with a King-Size Bed

When you are shopping for a new trailer, there are several things you need to consider when looking at the bed it comes with.

These factors will have a serious impact on which RV you purchase, so it is important to take your time with the process. By taking your time you will ensure that you purchase the best RV possible. 

1. How Many People Will Be Sleeping in the Travel Trailer?

The most important thing to figure out before you purchase an RV or travel trailer is how many people will be sleeping in it at a time. This affects the size of the trailer you are going to purchase, and it affects how many beds you are going to need. It will also have an effect on the types of beds you want in your trailer. 

If you are planning on traveling with your spouse, then it might be a good idea to get a king-size bed. It is large enough for both of you to sleep in and is more space-efficient than two twin beds.

However, if you are planning on mostly traveling with your friends, it might not be in your best interest to purchase a king-size bed. Instead, you might be better off getting a trailer with several twin beds to save space. If you are the only one that will be sleeping in the king bed, then it is a waste of space. 

2. Overall Design of the Travel Trailer

You also need to consider the overall design of the trailer. RVs and trailers can have significant variations in their designs. As a result, a bed that fits in one trailer may not fit in another. Therefore, you will need to factor in the design of your trailer before you purchase your bed.

If you have a smaller trailer it might not even be possible to fit a king-size bed in the trailer. Other trailers might be big enough, but you may have to give up the night tables on each side of the bed to increase from a queen bed to a king bed.

3. Storage Space Under the King Bed

The first time you pack for an RV trip, you will quickly realize that it is hard to fit everyone’s things into the trailer. Along with the things you need for certain activities like fishing gear, it can be hard to pack everything into the trailer.

So, you need to learn what to bring and what to leave behind. However, there are things you can do to give yourself a little bit more storage space. One of those things is to purchase a king bed with storage space underneath it. 

Several beds go into an RV and take up an entire section of the room, taking away all available storage space. There is no space under the bed, making it almost impossible to store things in the master bedroom. However, you can purchase a trailer with a king bed that has storage space under it.

This will give an immense amount of extra storage because all that space underneath your bed becomes storage space. You will be getting extra storage without taking up any extra space in the trailer. By doing this you will give yourself the ability to bring a few extra things with you on your trip. 

4. Is There a Separate Bedroom?

One more thing to consider is if you need a trailer with a separate bedroom so it is closed off from the rest of the trailer. For example, if you and your spouse have different sleep schedules, like one of you is a night owl and the other is an early riser, then a separate bedroom may be worth considering.

Are There Any Travel Trailers With 2 King Beds?

There are travel trailers with king beds, however, they are pretty rare and difficult to find. The Keystone Outback 343DB is one of them and it’s surprisingly lightweight, leaving the factory at 8,265 lbs UVW, with a hitch weight of 1,165 lbs.

If you’re looking for something smaller, there are some travel trailers out there with a king and queen, or a queen and queen. For instance, the Cherokee Grey Wolf 29QB features two queen-size beds. The Grand Design Solitude 391DL comes with two queens, but a king in the primary bedroom is an option.

Final Words About Travel Trailers With a King Bed

Travel trailers with a king bed are surprisingly common, as the ten on this list attests. Plus, there are many more options out there as well, such as the above-listed Grand Design and Cherokee options.

Some RVers just love that extra sleeping space and, if you’re simply used to sleeping in a king and looking to dive headlong into the RVing lifestyle, you don’t necessarily have to sacrifice your sleeping accommodations.

Related Reading:

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Mike Scarpignato – Bio

Mike Scarpignato created RVBlogger.com over five years ago in 2018 to share all we have learned about RV camping.

Mike is an avid outdoorsman with decades of experience tent camping and traveling in his 2008 Gulf Stream Conquest Class C RV and 2021 Thor Challenger Class A motorhome.

We attend RV Shows and visit RV dealerships all across the country to tour and review drivable motorhomes and towable trailers to provide the best evaluations of these RVs in our blog articles and YouTube videos.

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