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So you’re shopping around for a new travel trailer because it’s time to upgrade to a rig that fits the whole family. What a great idea!
However, you soon realize that the only way the whole family is going to have a good time on the road is if you have a rig with two bathrooms. Not the end of the world, certainly, but definitely limiting some of your travel trailer choices.
What travel trailers have two bathrooms? You may find the list to be shorter than you think, as well as difficult to find listings for such rigs. Thankfully, we’ve compiled a great list of travel trailers with two bathrooms for you and your family to explore!
Do Any Travel Trailers Have Two Bathrooms?
Set on needing two bathrooms when you and the entire family hit the road? It may seem impossible, but some of these tiny rigs on wheels have enough space inside for two bathrooms!
There are some types of travel trailers that have two bathrooms, you’re in luck! However, the most common RV to have two bathrooms are motorcoaches and fifth wheels. Both of these rigs technically aren’t travel trailers.
However, since fifth wheels are a type of trailer that requires a hitch, I will have some on this list. Fifth wheels are some of the most technologically advanced rigs on the market today, and many have the option of two bathrooms.
Two Full Baths Versus a Half Bath
If you’ve ever looked at traditional home listings, either renting or buying, you’ve no doubt seen the classic “1 ½ bath” description before. A half bath is usually only ever a toilet and a sink, no shower or tub.
This is also true on listings for RVs! Many RVs, even ones on this list, don’t technically have two full bathrooms onboard. They will often have one full bath that includes a shower or tub, and then a half bathroom that simply provides another toilet and sink for your family.
This is an important distinction to make and for you to think about before purchasing your new rig. Is another shower or tub a necessity, or is one full bath and one half bath an okay compromise?
Pros and Cons of Having Two Bathrooms
Having two bathrooms onboard your rig seems like nothing but a positive thing, right? There are of course many great perks, but there are a few cons you may not have considered yet!
Naturally, having two bathrooms onboard your RV gives you and your family much needed privacy and space. It’s nice to have a second bathroom when the kids are having bathtime but Grandpa also needs to go! It assists with the flow of spending time with one another as well as ensuring everyone’s needs are met.
However, the main drawback of having two bathrooms is you have lost space from another room in your house. For example, your rig’s kitchen may be more limited, or perhaps the living area. Some customers may not find this exchange useful, especially if they are looking forward to spending a lot of time indoors with the whole family.
Two bathrooms can be quite a perk when it comes to you and your guest’s morning routine. Having two bathrooms ensures that you can take your time in the morning or evening and feel less rushed. After all, you’re on vacation. The last thing you want to be stressing over is using the bathroom!
But, just like everything else with RVing, having two bathrooms means double the maintenance. Depending on how large your blackwater tank is (or maybe you have two), cleaning out your tank could become a frequent hassle. At the very least, you have two bathrooms to clean instead of one, and more appliances to worry about should anything break.
Types of Travel Trailers
So you’re feeling confident that a travel trailer is the right move for your family? Great! There are many different types of travel trailers to choose from, though some smaller rigs will not contain two bathrooms. Some travel trailers don’t even have space for one!
This list may include some types of travel trailers that are irrelevant for you and your family, but they’re still worth mentioning in case you’re shopping around for another model or are brand new to RV varieties.
All travel trailers are towed behind a vehicle using classic ball hitches. But how else do they vary from one another? Let’s take a look!
Classic Travel Trailers
The most classic travel trailer you can get may be the right fit for you. And that’s because there are so many different fits, including fits with two bathrooms!
A classic travel trailer is towed behind your vehicle using a ball hitch, and ranges in length from 10-40 feet. These classic trailers often have four tires total, and are the most traditional set up when it comes to the interior (bedroom, bathroom, sometimes a second bathroom, living area, kitchen). Slide outs are also a popular feature on nearly all newer travel trailers.
Given the range of length, weight, and specifications possible on classic travel trailers, it is recommended that you check out all of the necessary weight requirements before purchasing one. Travel trailers with two bathrooms are usually always quite large.
A classic travel trailer may give you both the space you want, but make sure your vehicle can tow it!
Toy Hauler Trailers
Looking for a home on wheels that will also transport all of your other recreational toys? A toy hauler does exactly what it says in the name, and may be a good choice for you and your family if you have a lot of other fun vehicles!
Toy haulers are towable rigs and some of the largest travel trailers out there. They come with a fold down ramp often at the back end of the trailer, perfect for wheeling out your ATVs, motorcycles, jet skis, and whatever else you can fit back there!
These trailers are designed as half garage, half living space, with various different layouts affecting the style. The sky’s the limit in terms of customizing your toy hauler but at the end of the day, you need a vehicle that can tow it!
Toy haulers are often the heaviest of travel trailers, as they are carrying even more vehicles inside of them! These are the peak of recreational vehicles, allowing you the maximum amount of entertainment possible, but just make sure you can handle the weight. The possiblity of finding a toy hauler with two bathrooms is definitely there however!
Now that you’ve seen the biggest travel trailer options, let’s take a look at the smallest: teardrop trailers! These little guys are amazing for those of you hoping to tow with your small car, as most teardrops weigh less than 1,000 pounds to tow! What a great idea, making a camper so little! This also means it will be easy to store at your home. What’s the catch?
As I’m sure you might’ve guessed, these trailers are tiny. So much so that for the most part, teardrop trailers only have enough space for a mattress inside. A kitchen is often built off the back of the trailer, which means your cooking must be done outside. There are never bathrooms, which means there will be no teardrops on this list.
However, teardrops are amazing little trailers and are so easy to tow! Their kitchens are often high tech and amazing to have while camping, and I can’t think of a better trailer to bring along on short road trips (probably without the entire family) or wonderful weather outings.
Pop-Up Travel Trailers
Unconcerned about the elements and looking for the best of both worlds when it comes to trailer towing? How about a pop-up travel trailer, which brings the best of towing, size, and budget to you?!
Pop-up trailers are inconspicuous at first, residing inside a flat, easily towable frame. When you arrive at camp, the canvas sides can pop up to create your camper, much larger than teardrops and lighter weight than toy haulers or classic travel trailers. It is a perfect combo of RV and tent, and recommended primarily for camping where the weather is nice.
Some pop-ups even have more rigid sides to their tents in order to better your experience if camping in a colder climate. Given the extra interior space, some pop-ups include bathrooms and living spaces, and usually always have a kitchen. However, pop-up trailers will never have two bathrooms, as their inherent size prevents the need of one.
What About Fifth Wheels?
While fifth wheels are almost a type of travel trailer, their hitch design is inherently different. However, for the sake of this article, there will be fifth wheels listed. Fifth wheels are often technologically the most advanced rigs on the market, and the largest. Most big families should pack up a fifth wheel and hit the road if they’re hoping for maximum comfort!
Fifth wheels will make this list just based on their designs alone. If you are set on having two bathrooms onboard your new rig but you weren’t previously considering fifth wheels, you may want to change your tune.
As mentioned before, motorhomes and other Class A, B, and C rigs often have bathrooms. Large motorhomes can even have two, and are the most common RV to end up with two bathrooms. However, given their entirely different design and operation, motorhomes will not be included on this list.
If you are set on having two full bathrooms for you and your family but haven’t looked into motorhomes yet, it may be another option to consider. There’s a lot of differences between travel trailers and motorhomes however, so you may change you mind after some research!
Pros and Cons of Travel Trailers
The main perk of travel trailers in my book is their ability to be left at camp. If you’re on a journey, seeing new sights, the last thing you want is to travel in an overly large motorhome or camper. The best part of a travel trailer is the ability to leave it behind! Once you unhitch your RV from your vehicle, you’re free as a bird!
No matter what specific type of travel trailer you look at, you need to be prepared for one very important detail: your trailer must be towed. This might not be what you are hoping for, but there are a lot of positives to towable travel trailers versus motorhomes. However, towing takes a lot of practice and concentration, so you may consider this a con.
Another perk of travel trailers is their lightweight design. Motorhomes and coaches guzzle diesel fuel or gasoline, a huge drawback if you are only planning a small budget for your upcoming trip. Some travel trailers are so light that you can tow them with the smallest of cars, which means you won’t have to worry about renting or borrowing someone’s large truck to tow your new rig!
However, if you’re bringing the whole family and you happen to value time and space away from one another, a travel trailer may feel like fairly tight quarters. If you aren’t prepared to always be in one another’s space, a travel trailer may not be a good fit for you. No matter how long the trip, travel trailers never feel like they have enough space, especially if the whole family is coming along!
But think of it this way: there’s always the great outdoors if you’re looking for some time and space to reflect, and the travel trailer will be there when you are feeling relaxed and ready to relax with the whole family!
The Best Travel Trailers With Two Bathrooms
So you’re set on a travel trailer with two bathrooms for your next family vacation. Great! Let’s take a look at some of the best choices on the market, and which ones suit you. All of these rigs will have two bathrooms onboard, though some may only be half baths. Keep this in mind before making your final choice!
Best Overall: North Point by Jayco
Jayco has long been a big name in the travel trailer business, and their brand new 2021 North Point fifth wheel is no exception. Jayco is known for its unique RV accessories, excellent customer service, and many years of experience working with RV customers, both new and old! The North Point model has many additions for 2021, including things with large groups in mind.
While you may balk at some of the prices on these luxury rigs, the cost is usually worth it in terms of trailer handling, materials, and warranties. Jayco even offers a full-timer warranty on the North Point model, which means you’ll be covered if this rig will be your primary home! Plus this rig also comes standard with four season weather protection and bonded fiberglass walls and roof, boasted to be the strongest in the business.
In terms of interior, the North Point is nicer than some apartments I’ve rented! A luxury kitchen with island, two-three air conditioners depending on the length of your rig, and of course one and a half bathrooms. But this is not true of all of the floorplans; make sure you do your research before purchasing to ensure there’s a second bathroom onboard! However, with so many floorplans and space saving options, there’s no doubt that the North Point model will have something you’ll love.
The whole family can fit into some of the longer floorplans of this Jayco (the models range from 35-44 feet) and you’ll find fireplaces and entertainment seating in each and every one. Plus, with on demand hot water and plenty of designated hang out areas, you won’t feel lacking, no matter how many people you bring along!
Best Toy Hauler: Voltage by Dutchmen
A toy hauler with two bathrooms and luxury amenities? What more can the adventurer in you ask for!? The Voltage lineup offers more luxury, more durability, and more standard amenities than many, including an exclusive Polar Breeze A/C system and a Zero-G ramp door, luxurious living areas, and master bedrooms with king-size beds.
The Voltage isn’t messing around in terms of having enough space for the entire family. These rigs range in size from 38-47 feet long, which means you’d best take it slow on the road! However, most all of the available floorplans include a second bath, but only a half! It’s top of the line, inside and out, paying special attention to wall, floor, and ceiling construction with an eye for durability.
The garage on this fifth wheel is where it really shines, and it should, given that it’s a toy hauler. Most of the garages under the Voltage floorplans span about 13 feet in length, leaving you plenty of space for your ATVs, kayaks, bikes, you name it! Plus, once the toys are out of the garage bay, there’s additional seating and sleeping furniture in there, easy to set up and lay flat!
While it isn’t quite as luxurious as some of these other rigs, the Voltage will sleep up to ten quite comfortably and leave space for you to bring along whatever entertainment you need. Plus, with room for a king bed, a fireplace, and extensive outdoor storage, you may find it’s exactly what you’re looking for!
Best Fifth Wheel: Forest River Sandpiper
Did somebody say two full bathrooms!? The brand new 2021 Forest River Sandpiper does indeed have it, one with a shower only and one with a tub shower combo, perfect for a busy group on the road. While not all Sandpiper floorplans include two bathrooms, keep an eye out for the ones that do- there’s a lot to love about these fifth wheels.
With any Forest River Sandpiper C-Class fifth wheel you will receive superior construction that is built to last the long haul! From the laminated vacuum bonded aluminum sidewalls, the color matched seamless rubber roof, the block foam insulation, and the Underbelly Armor providing full length underbelly protection from decay and erosion, your rig will be pristine season after season. This means good news for those of you feeling like the annual maintenance of your rig is daunting.
A few more features that will impress include extra-large picture windows throughout, upgraded raised panel cabinet doors and designer rails, a residential kitchen faucet, a stainless steel package, and a spacious interior! Plus Forest River has always boasted excellent customer service and warranties.
Two full bathrooms in a reasonably-priced fifth wheel package. You will have your own private bedroom with access to your own full bathroom with a radius shower, plenty of storage and a slide out with a wardrobe and linen closet that stretches into the bathroom. The main living and kitchen area is spacious as well and offers a large flat screen TV, a ceiling fan, and plenty more for you and the whole family.
Best Classic Travel Trailer: Springdale by Keystone
No doubt you’ve seen a Keystone RV on the road, but have you seen any Springdales? While the Springdale by Keystone only has two floorplans for 2021, they both include a separate half bath for you and your busy family, plus a slew of amazing standard features specialized by Keystone. Having a classic travel trailer hitch style with a bath and a half, under 40 feet long? This could be the trailer for you!
Sleeping 9-10 people, this travel trailer boasts many large family features. Springdale travel trailer bunkhouses are available in every configuration imaginable (though this particular model prioritizes two bathrooms over many floorplan options). Kick your camping game up a notch with a fireplace, WiFi prep, power stabilizer jacks and family-sized freshwater capacity. Keystone also offers 2 and 3 year warranties for structural and other issues.
The exterior of this rig has an outdoor kitchen and shower standard, so that you can maximize your flexibility no matter how many people you’re bringing with you. Inside, there’s almost 7 foot high ceilings as well as laundry, a chef’s kitchen, and plenty of lounging space. The furnishings may not be as luxurious as some of the other campers on this list, but the price of this rig can’t be beat!
What else can be said for Keystone’s range of RVs? Their customer service is excellent, and the Springdale was designed with comfort and families in mind. If you’re not searching for all the bells and whistles, this could be the rig for you. And of course it has a bathroom and a half bath, so your bases are covered there!
Best for the Kids: Crossroads Zinger
Hoping for some quality family time while you’re camping, but also some time away from the kiddos? Check out the Zinger by Crossroads, a relatively unknown RV manufacturer bringing many floorplans and options to RVers everywhere! Plus the Zinger is a classic travel trailer hitch style, which means it may appeal to some of you more than the fifth wheels do.
Every floorplan has been carefully designed to maximize storage, comfort and convenience. Features that make the Zinger stand apart include 7 foot interior heights, a heated and enclosed underbelly, black tank flush, and lumber core screwed and glued cabinets. Zinger boasts many great floorplan layouts, but make sure the layout you’re looking at has two bathrooms. Thankfully there are a great many that have a bath and a half, so you’ll still be able to make a lot of this rig exactly how you like it.
With a modern and sophisticated kitchen and living area complete with fireplace, the Zinger has enough grown up flair for most campers. However, the great part about these rigs is their bunkhouse area at the back of the RV. It includes bunk beds and other modular sleeping options, as well as plenty of space for playtime or watching TV for the kids.
Your master bedroom has a door for privacy, and many master bedrooms are master suites in the Zinger. Your children will enjoy their own private space, as will you! Make sure your Zinger comes with a warranty, as Crossroads’s website is unclear in this manner. However, if you’re looking for a spacious, family friendly trailer, check this one out!
Best for the Grandparents: Avalanche by Keystone
Another luxurious option, perfect for the whole family but especially a family of adults, the Avalanche by Keystone has been an extremely popular fifth wheel option. The reason it’s perfect for all adults isn’t just that it has two full bathrooms; it also has two full bedrooms with closing doors! This may seem like a silly thing to be excited about, but if you’ve shopped around for RVs long enough you’ll find this to be a rare thing.
We’ve already talked about Keystone, but their luxury trailers are even more outstanding than their standard ones. The Avalanche spares no expense making a trailer for the whole family, and making it look good. This particular Keystone model offers spacious living with full-profile construction, unique wide-body design, high ceilings and frameless panoramic windows. Enhanced comfort features, entertainment options, exclusive four-season RV Polar Pack climate protection and one-touch leveling provide total luxury at attainable price points.
The grandparents or other adult companions will appreciate the option for privacy while on the road; the Avalanche essentially contains two master suites with attached baths! And the finishings in both the kitchen and living area rival those found in traditional homes. With a large fireplace, TV, and kitchen island, you and all of your guests should feel right at home. With two AC units and a king sized bed, you won’t be sacrificing a thing when you hit the road.
Keystone knows what modern RVers are looking for, especially when it comes to the luxury camper. While the cost may be a bit higher on this fifth wheel than some of the others on this list, it’s worth looking into for Keystone’s name alone! Plus, a bath and a half isn’t too shabby either.
Whether it’s so the whole family is comfortable or because you and your partner like to spread out, there are travel trailers on the market with two bathrooms. Finding the right fit is possible, no matter what you’re looking for. Having more normalcy and privacy while on the road can’t be beat!