Most of the smaller eggs will sleep 4: 2 on a double bed at the back and 2 on bunks at the front. Know that the double bed is typically pretty narrow, and the upper bunk is weight-limited. A 15' Trillium
has the same arrangement but more space and a wider bed. Buying used, be aware that some owners remove the upper bunk and may not have the parts to reinstall, so best to ask. Most smaller eggs don't have bathrooms but instead provide a porta-potty spot. If they do have a bathroom, they give up 2 sleeping spots.
Personally, I like the small kitchenette in our 13' Scamp, even though we don't generally use it. In bad weather, or a quick parking lot/overflow area overnight stop, we could cook a light
meal or make AM coffee inside if necessary. Otherwise, we disconnect the propane
tank and use it to fuel our outdoor kitchen.
is a big step up, both in amenities and weight
. It is all-electric, no propane
, so hookups or generator
needed. Not sure if the side dinette makes bunks for 2 or not.
I'd highly recommend looking for one with brakes
. Not all the small ones do. Read the towing section of your owner's manual carefully before you let yourself fall
Best wishes in your egg hunt!