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Old 03-31-2015, 12:47 PM   #15
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I have a 16` and it only sleeps 3, that would be the side dinette style. I guess you can put in a bunk over side lower bed with a little work though. The full bed is only 44" wide so no queen or king just a small full. Carl
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Old 03-31-2015, 12:50 PM   #16
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Casita has a configuration that has one bed only, and its a king bed.
table folds in, extra cushions form bed
The Hunter Compact-Jr has close to a King Size bed as well, but I didn't think that either of those trailers fit your other requirements making them pretty much moot.
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Nick, with the Tundra you have many options from the teenie tiny to the grand papa.

I always liked the Bigfoots. It's nice to have a playroom for the kids on those rainy days!
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There is a wide range of sizes and weights of fiberglass rigs out there.

As far as beds, it seems most of the smaller rigs have a small double or three quarter sized main bed, 48" x 75". We find, that while the space is enough for two adults to sleep, the lack of "walk around" space means that the one in the rear has to climb over the other one to use the facilities during the night.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bed_size

We find our 13' perfect for the two of us. We belonged to a Good Sam chapter and on outings, single persons in motorhomes had so much work to just keep them clean. It is like another whole house. And this just refers to the inside!
Consider cleaning and waxing or paying for it to be done...

Good luck in your search.

BTW: Parkliner is located 300 miles from DC and Lil Snoozy 500 miles.
They both offer queen sized beds.
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