Travel Trailers with Twin Beds [Inc. 12 examples]

Travel Trailers with Twin Beds [Inc. 12 examples]Finding a great travel trailer with twin beds is not as easy as it used to be. More and more, trailer manufacturers are focusing their efforts on appealing to luxury-minded shoppers who won’t settle for less than queen- or even king-sized beds. But there are still plenty of great reasons RV shoppers are looking for twin beds in their trailers. First, anyone who doesn’t camp with a sleeping partner will enjoy the extra space afforded by these smaller beds. The twin bed floorplan also allows for much easier access to your under-bed storage.

The fact that so many travel trailers are being made with large beds can sometimes make it seem as though there are no more twin-bed trailers out there. Luckily, that’s actually not the case. And to help you find the perfect travel trailer for your needs, we have made this list of 12 great travel trailers, all featuring twin beds. As you will see, most are small, lightweight trailers that are easily pulled by an average SUV.

Travel Trailers with Twin Beds

Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB

Although this list isn’t arranged in order of size, we do happen to start out with the shortest trailer. Inside this cozy little 15’10” trailer, we find a kitchen and bathroom to the right, with a twin bed arrangement to our left. For the ultimate flexibility, a king bed insert can transform those two small beds into one giant bed. It might be small, but it can still suit just about anyone’s needs, and the exterior design is particularly cool-looking.

Interested? All of the details are available here.

Forest River Flagstaff Shamrock 183

Pop-out beds might not appeal to everyone, but for those who like them, this Forest River model has three of them. What that means is this 21-foot trailer feels much larger once all of the beds are opened up. With all three beds set up, the interior space is reserved for the dinette, kitchen, and bathroom, which are all much larger than you might expect in a small trailer like this.

Forest River’s website for the Flagstaff Shamrock can be accessed here.

Casita Independence

Looking for a trailer even a Subaru Outback can handle? The fiberglass Casita Independence is your best bet. At just 2,210 lbs for the standard model, it doesn’t get any lighter than this. And, at 17 feet long, this little trailer still has enough space inside to fit extra-long 82-inch twin beds, a bathroom, and a small kitchen. Casita seems to attract a specific kind of trailer owner, so I encourage you to check it out to see if you are one of them.

Small trailer enthusiasts should click here to see everything this trailer has to offer.

Coachmen Catalina Summit Series 172BHS

 

Up next, we have the great 3,500-lb Coachmen Catalina. Small 28″ x 68″ bunks at the rear are great for kids or small adults, while a larger 54″ x 74″ bed gives you some more space to spread out at the front of the trailer. Meanwhile, a generous 33-gallon water tank will be great for extending those weekend camping trips.

Check it all out, including the nifty easy store door, by clicking here.

Coachmen Clipper Ultra-Lite 16CB

The second of three Coachmen trailers on our list, this Clipper Ultra-light is also the second-lightest trailer. At just 2,300 lbs, in fact, it is very nearly as light as the Casita; ultra-light indeed! Inside this 17-and-a-half foot trailer, we find 28″ x 72″ bunk beds situated next to the bathroom, while the dinette can be converted into a larger sleeping surface if needed.

Click here to see it all on the Clipper’s website.

Coachmen Viking Ultra-Lite 17SBH

Coachmen’s next ultra-light model is larger than the Clipper by roughly 400 lbs and 4 feet of length. That extra space will be much appreciated when it comes time to set up camp. The main addition to the floorplan is the separation of the large bed and dinette. We still find the two twin bunk beds next to the bathroom at the rear. Note that both models feature a small bathtub, which is an unexpected feature in 30-foot trailers, not to mention tiny ones like these!

See all of the details here.

Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108TB

Winnebago’s Micro Minnie model represents an enticing option for those looking for a great 4,000-lb trailer with bunks. And if your needs change down the road, or from trip to trip, those bunks can be converted into a king bed at any time. The 44″ by 72″ dinette slides out to create some nice space in the kitchen area as well. This is a very nice, clean layout that is certainly worth a look.

Experience the 2108TB with the Winnvision simulator by clicking here.

Airstream Classic 30RB

Going to an Airstream classic from these various small trailers kind of feels like moving out of a small apartment and into a luxury house. And I don’t mean any disrespect towards the other trailers by that – after all, the Airstream costs almost 10 times as much as some of those models. It is also the largest trailer on the list, at over 30 feet long and nearly 8,000 lbs. But, as is often the case, you get what you pay for. Luxury features abound in this Classic Airstream, which situates two twin beds at the rear of the trailer. And when you have company over for the night or bring the kids along, the reclining sofa up front easily converts into a separate sleeping space.

Explore the Airstream Classic website here.

Airstream Globetrotter 25FB Twin

For a slightly smaller and less costly Airstream experience (keep in mind this model still retails for over $100,000 at the time of this writing), consider the Globetrotter. Specially-designed twin beds fit right into the curvature of the trailer upfront, while the rear features a wonderfully open-feeling living area.

Head on over to the Globetrotter site to check out this amazing trailer here.

Jayco Jay Feather X19H

If you feel a bit dizzy after seeing the prices of those Airstreams, let’s gently descend to the comfort of this nice Jayco Jay Feather.  The 20’8″ X19H offers two pop-out beds, one at the front and one at the rear. This is a great trailer for anyone who wants a narrow trailer that doesn’t feel super cramped. This design also makes room for a comfortable living area in the middle of the trailer. The kitchen and bathroom are complemented by a nice little dinette and sofa at the front.

Jayco has all of the specs as well as a 360-degree experience on their site.

Jayco Jay Flight SLX7 154BH

Alright, one more lightweight trailer for all SUV and midsize truck owners. This Jay Flight measures just 17’10” and weighs in at a mere 2,520 lbs. And it won’t break the bank, either, being one of the cheapest trailers on the list. As you would expect, the inside is somewhat basic, but still provides you will all of the amenities you need – bunk beds, toilet, shower, kitchen, and dinette.

See all of the details here.

Keystone Springdale 189FLWE

At over 4,000 lbs and nearly 24 feet long, this Springdale offers a good amount of space inside. The attractive interior design of this trailer uses a unique floorplan, with a small sofa next to the kitchen and dinette a the front. At the back, we find a bathroom and bunk area. The bed situation places a larger bed under a smaller one. I can’t help but think this is a perfect layout for small families.

Click here for all the specs and virtual tour.

Have Fun, Shoppers!

Now that we have toured so many great twin-bed travel trailers, we can consider ourselves experts. After exploring some of the trailers on this list, you should also be able to narrow down your search for the perfect trailer. Do your homework, and most importantly, have fun hunting for your travel trailer!

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