Buying an RV for the first time can be a little overwhelming. Knowing which type of RV floor plan you want will help you pick the RV to meet your needs.
RVs with kitchens in the rear typically offer more counter space and more room for meal prep. This might be the ideal kitchen layout for you if cooking is one of your hobbies, or if you plan to make most of your meals inside rather than over a fire.
An RV with a kitchen in the front tends to have a little less space, but the location may be convenient for those who don’t want to carry groceries far.
If you’re planning on traveling with the whole family, you probably want an RV with a bunkhouse floorplan. These layouts will include a different room with extra beds. These are most often bunk beds, but sometimes feature other styles of compact beds like flip-up beds.
RVs with den areas might be ideal for travelers who work while on the road. These areas just serve as an extra space that can be used for sleeping, hanging out, and working.
Full Bath vs Half Bath
As with a home, a full bath indicates a bathroom that includes a shower or bathtub, while a half bath is one with just a toilet and a sink.
An RV with a front living room will lack the storage space afforded by the more compact rear living room. But if you want a living space that mimics one from a house, then a front living RV will be what you’re looking for.
Stop by Hanner RV to browse our inventory in person. We’ll be more than happy to help you narrow down your options and match you with the RV of your dreams.