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What RVs Have King-Sized Beds?

Guessing from why you are reading this article I could say that you are probably planning a night out from the comfort of your home. Maybe deep in the woods or you are just planning a drive at night, tour around the world in your RV I might suppose. Whatever it is you are doing you definitely want a king-sized bed to sleep in.

You want to enjoy the road, but it is clear that you don’t want to sacrifice your sleep either, it’s okay, I get you. Now before we jump right into the details, I want to share some little bit of tips about choosing an RV if you don’t mind.

 

Consider These Bed Tips For RVS

First, would you prefer an RV with a king-sized bed which is towable or the motorhomes? Mind you that when it comes to buying and owning an RV, it can be as expensive as buying a house. For you to choose the towable RV, just make sure you have a powerful towing vehicle, and you are comfortable with driving one. Motors are a better choice but can be way more expensive.

Secondly, would you prefer a new RV or a used one? New RVs are less prone to breakdowns whereas a used RV can be quite hard on you in terms of repairs and services despite being way cheaper.

One important thing you should also note about RVs is that they are very much customize-able just like your usual house. You might start out with a somehow low-end RV but over time as your budget allows you, upgrade it to a high-end luxury RV. You can upgrade the bed too from the normal size to the all luxurious king-sized bed.

Now let’s look at the brands of RVs that come with already installed king-sized beds out there, as these 4 do:

 

 

1. The 2018 Winnebago Vista 27PE Class A Motor Home with a King Size Bed.

If you remember we talked about motorhomes so, please don’t expect to tow this baby, you have to drive it yourself!

This baby comes with awesome outside LED lights that are sure to light up your camping site, I even have a feeling that you won’t be needing the campfire anymore. It also has a large speaker that lets you listen to some music. Plenty of some storage pockets at the side coated with E-coat to protect it from corrosion.

Now, this unit comes with a back camera, next to which there is a ladder going up to its top. At the back, you will find a sweet 4000 power generator. It even has a LED TV armed at the side for outdoor watching.

Inside you have a leather couch with a LED screen at the side, a booth that can fold into a bed, many many storage compartments and at finally at the back a king-sized bed with a TV.

 

 

2. The 2017 Keystone Cougar X-Lite 21 RBS Travel Trailer With King Size Bed.

This bad boy weighs in at 5240 pounds, with a lot of outside storage, bright LED lights and an outside speaker. It also has an outside shower and a solar plugin. You have a back-up camera too.

At the front you get a full king sized bed with a big TV on the arm, you have a stainless oven and microwave with an again a lot of storage compartments in the kitchen.

 

 

3. The 2018 Keystone Cougar 21RBS Couples’ Travel.

This is one of the bestselling RVs out there. Also, know was the couples RV. This has a lot of storage with large storage compartments at the back and front. The compartments are also magnetic with the body of the RV, insulated to fight back heat and cooling loss.

It also has outside LED lights and outside speakers. This is just a masterpiece. Its slide-out are sealed tight to prevent water from getting. It also has an underbelly cover that prevents critters, debris and slapping water from getting into the cabin.

It has a nice package light on the inside, where they have separated the bedroom lights from the sitting room light. Not only is the bed king sized but can be lifted to offer more storage space.

They have a big double-based kitchen sink and a stainless steel microwave and fridge.

 

4. The Keystone Cougar X-Lite.

This RV has everything you would expect from an average Cougar RV without all the tonnes weight. It goes an extra mile by not only offering a king-sized bed but also a cool fireplace. It has awesome exterior LED lights that will make the night seem like day around the RV, in fact even better than your home would ever be.

It has further solidified its premium quality by offering USB charging ports for your phones, hard-wood cabinet drawers, and shelves and finally a blue-tooth stereo with MP3, DVDs, and CD player.

 

 

RV Versus Tent Sleeping

Camping in the wild doors might be a great opportunity for you to enjoy nature, smell the flowers, share the land with the wild beasts or even do self-searching. You have to make however sure you are well equipped to enjoy this life-changing experience. Whether you are going to camp locally or far away in some unknown lands then it’s crucial you get some sleep and enough rest before the actual day.

So now for the great question, should you use a tent or an RV? Let me show you just give you a comprehensive comparison between the two then you will decide.

I would first start by acknowledging the old tent, and it has been around for a way too long ever since the days of fast, from leather-skins to now polyester. As compared to the RVs, tents are more portable and save on more time, all you have to do is pin the pegs down set it down, sleep then in the morning you remove and carry.

But unlike the days of leather, nowadays tents have been upgraded to be more effective against harsh weather and harmful elements. So if you are the kind of the person who enjoys sleeping on the hard ground and just being simply co-joined with nature, then a tent is for you.

But once in a while, you shouldn’t feel guilty to indulge yourself with modern day pleasure with worries that somebody might call you a coward. When it comes to the RVs, these are the best ways you can get to enjoy the luxury life away from home.

The electricity, utilities, and luxury of the RVs come with a very high price tag and will require a lot of maintenance.

As of now am sure you have already drawn the advantages and disadvantages of both the tent and RV in your head. If you are quite the wise camper am sure that by now you have realized that for you to finally decide which one is better the other, then you have to consider your needs and of course, the size of your pocket. Let’s get more detailed with this comparison then.

 

Safety

While it might be the doomsday bunker, the RV is much safer as compared to the tent. Unless maybe your fear of a power sage, water leak or a faulty filter. Of course, you cannot compare the steel walls of the RV with the polyester of tents. Not to mention that your food can be preserved much longer in the RV and you can maintain your hygiene quite easily.

Facilities

If it’s the one thing the RV has knocked out the tent, it is in regard to facilities. Am talking about a kitchen of more than just sticks in a fire and a shower than just a wet cloth. While I cannot deny that the tent will give you a place to lay your body, there is nothing much after that.

But let us not be too hard on the tent, even the RV has its flaws. Like dump stations aren’t that easy to come by. If you are traveling in the RV, you are going to have to make stops and traveling through places. But except the lack of freedom to stay away from the road, you will have quite a comfortable trip.

Cost

Even the world’s most expensive tent cannot reach the price of the cheapest fully equipped RV. Maybe unless it was made of pure gold and it actually set up and folded itself. Enough of this fiction, if you made up your mind to buy a tent, you will only need to make a timely payment.

On the other hand, I don’t see the essence of us even comparing the prices of these two accessories. I mean isn’t it clear that one is some sort of car whereas the other is just an improved quality cloth.

Just because you spend some few thousand get yourself a new RV doesn’t mean you are off the hook, my friend there are more costs ahead. You will consistently have to deal with a load of fees ranging from water to electricity. Now those are just but some expenses you will still have to pay for its occasional maintenance.

While you might think that renting an RV is better, this is just one side of the coin, and you will still have to pay for its fuel and maintenance. With time you will realize the cost of renting an RV is almost enough to buy yourself a new tent.

If you are quite tight on funds, then I would recommend that you keep the RV on rest and go for the tent instead. After all, isn’t camping all about being in the outdoors and cut off from the pleasures of home. Just think of it.

 

 

Best accessories for RV owners

1. Instant Pot

Perhaps the most prized tool in your RV kitchen. It is not uncommon to feel that your current RV cooker is not only consuming monstrous amounts of energy but also too slow for your liking, and this is where the instant pot come in handy. It will not only cook your rice but also do some steaming not forgetting its capability of making nice yogurt.

The most outstanding features about this masterpiece are perhaps its flexibility, compactness, speed and its power efficiency. It is also important to note that it is possible to cook all your meals from a lobster meal to cheesecake as well as a chicken meal using the pot and never needing any additional pans.

2. Portable ice maker.

An important kitchen gadget to have by your side on a hot summer day. It is true that your RV is not that good in making batches of ice, apparently due to its lack of capacity and also because it tends to heat the water if left in the sun for too long. This amazing accessory, a portable ice maker as fate would have it, is not only capable of producing ice for water and drinks every minute but also at a much faster rate than average freezers which need 5-10 minutes to produce quality ice.

3. Vent Cover

Operating an RV in cold, wet environments might turn out to be treacherous courtesy of moisture which would affect vehicle parts and may hamper proper functioning. Therefore it is important to have a vent cover in such situations as it would surely prove its worth. It keeps the vent open at all times ensuring the RV is fully ventilated at any given time. Maintenance is also quite simple as installing and removing are quite easy and can be done within no time. However, it is advisable to go for the product that would allow sufficient airflow for the RV when buying.

The RV is quite the start of art tool you would want to go camping with, and it might be expensive. But again totally worth it.

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