Have you ever wondered why there are so many floor plans for travel trailers? Why is a rear living-room floor plan so popular in a travel trailer?
Rear living-room floor plans often blend seamlessly into the main living areas, thus feeling less blocky or isolating. A rear living-room floorplan usually has several windows and offers a broader view from the rear windows of the rig as well as giving an open lounge area that allows groups to gather inside the travel trailer. Having a separate bedroom from the rear living-room area offers more privacy than a front living area floor plan.
Rear living-room floor plans also offer a more traditional bedroom space and additional kitchen space. So, your people can gather around the kitchen while you cook. If you are not sure what floor plan you want to buy, why not rent one first and see if you like the layout?
So, in general, the floor plan of a rear living-room travel trailer offers an open space for the main living areas of the travel trailer along with more natural lighting in that space.
If you are looking to buy a travel trailer, we would like to give you 13 options of rear living-room models, and some information on each. Read on.
1. Sunset Trail Super Lite
This 37 foot long, 7688-pound travel trailer has a barreled ceiling, which adds a feeling of ample space. It sleeps 4-8 depending on which version of this model you get. It is the width of 8 feet that gives a spacious feel to this travel trailer. This trailer comes with high-end feature options, as well as multiple upgrades.
2. Heritage Glen 273RL
This fifth wheel travel trailer is 34 feet 4 inches long, and 96 inches wide. Sleep up to 6 people using a queen mattress, and trifold sofa. The standing island gives great counter space and lets the cook feel like part of the family in this open living area floor plan. See more about the Heritage Glen 273RL.
3. Apex Ultra-Lite 279RLSS
The Apex Ultra-lite is an ideal trailer for a family. It is 31 feet long, has a u-shaped dinette, sleeps 5. There is a separate entrance to the bedroom, where there is a queen-size bed. The rear living area complete with a second entrance hosts furniture that doubles as beds. The bathroom opens to the bedroom or the living area. An excellent trailer for family trips has pass through storage.
4. Catalina Legacy Edition 333RETS
This lovely travel trailer sleeps 4, is 35 feet and 10 inches long and includes three slide-outs. The u-shaped kitchen opens into the main living area of this rear living-room floorplan. The fireplace and reclining lounge chairs make it a great space to enjoy on a cold night. There is even an option for a bedroom fireplace. See more about the Catalina Legacy Edition 333RETS.
5. Wilderness 3375KL
At 39.8 feet this travel trailer sleeps, four people. It is eight and a half feet wide. This travel trailer feels like traveling in the lap of luxury, including a king-size bed. With plenty of storage space, and a sleeper sofa. The u-shaped kitchen opens into a rear living room with a couch, two recliners, and dining tables. This RV offers all the comforts of home, away from home.
6. Winnebago Minnie 2606RL
The Minnie is only slight in the name. This travel trailer sleeps, five people. It is 25 feet in length and 8 feet wide.
7. Airstream Flying Cloud 27B
Airstreams most popular, and family-friendly model. This rear living-room travel trailer is an update to a classic. It has space to sleep up to 6 people. With an exterior width of 8 feet, there is plenty of room to enjoy the full benefits of this trailer. This trailer offers a rear hatch, that opens so you can sit at the dinette and enjoy the view, or load and unload gear. It hosts lots of storage and premium appliances.
8. Dutchmen Aspen Trail 2860RLS
A length of 32 feet, 6 inches gives this trailers owner space to enjoy any trip. Sleeping of 4 up to 6 people, with one queen, and two convertible beds. Lots of storage and a kitchen with lots of amenities. This option gives you all the amenities of home, while on the road.
9. Gulf Stream Conquest 262RLS
This 31-foot, 3-inch travel trailer sleeps up to 6 people. Its spacious open living area is bright with natural light and great for indoor camping days. The u-shaped dinette is family-sized, and the sofa converts into beds. There is lots of storage. The kitchen has a complete appliance package.
10. Jayco Eagle Trailers 330RSTS
Travel in luxury with a king-size bed, and trifold hide-a-bed couch. This travel trailer sleeps, 2-6 people. Includes and open rear living-room and an island. Newer models are styled to include a modern farmhouse feel, similar to residential styles. Models even include fireplace options.
11. Keystone RV Company Laredo 275RL
This travel trailer sleeps, six people, and is almost 32 feet long. A trifold sleeper couch and dinette with under storage make this a spacious option. The queen mattress, wardrobe storage, and LED lighting make the bedroom a cozy nest. This travel trailer offers upscale amenities, family-friendly floor plans, with modern stylings.
12. Springdale 311RE
Sleeping arrangments include a queen size bed in the private master suite and a sleeper sofa, including a dinette set that converts to a bed. Including options for a fireplace. This super roomy and comfortable travel trailer offers a sleeping area for 6. Nearly 36 feet long this travel trailer offers open space, plenty of storage, and comfort.
13. Lance 2375
The Lance 2375 offers a sleeping capacity of 4 to 5 people. Sleeping arrangments include a queen mattress, options to install a convertible sofa bed, or reclining chairs. This option is 28 feet in overall length with a large amount of storage space. The rear lounge area is a beautiful place to relax and includes a USB charging port. You can build your own rear living floor plan of this model.
You have the advantage of options
A rear living-room travel trailer comes with many benefits and reasons for buying one. They have natural lighting, open living spaces, lots of storage, and are family-friendly. You love to cook while being part of the crowd. You love to sit and enjoy the view of the great outdoors. You want a travel trailer that is easy to clean. A living space that does not feel isolating.
Whatever your reasons, the list above gives you a high starting point. So go on and find the perfect travel trailer for you. Visit a local dealer, take a look at a few of the models or all of them, in person. So, you know what they are like before you buy. Most importantly of all is to enjoy your new travel trailer, and the freedom it gives your lifestyle.