Motorhomes have come a long way. Today’s houses on wheels are a far cry from the sparse living options of yesteryear and include all of the comforts of home. Whether you are setting out on a mobile lifestyle or simply traveling in luxury, Nohr’s RV Center encourages you to give some thought to the key features to look for in your next motorhome or fifth wheel.
Sleeping in Style
Choose a motorhome with plenty of sleeping space for your family. Smaller units may use fold-out beds to save space, but there are more extravagant options available. A common choice for families with children is to select an RV with bunk beds, or even a double set of bunks if you have a large family. More luxurious options include having separated sleeping areas for the utmost in rest and privacy.
A single restroom may not be sufficient when traveling as a group. To get around this, many RVs offer a full bath and a half bath with a sink and toilet. Some fifth wheel models are available with 2 full baths. Today’s motorhomes are available with bathtubs, ranging from ordinary tubs to walk-in enclosures for total relaxation.
Once restricted to a dual-burner stove-top, the RV kitchens have evolved dramatically over the years. Today’s motorhomes and fifth wheels come with complete kitchens including a stove, oven, and microwave. You can even choose an RV with a full-sized refrigerator, a dishwasher, granite countertops, and many other options to make your RV a home away from home.
The living room or common area of your motorhome does not have to be a sacrifice. Gone are the days when the only choice was a cushion on a wooden bench, and many RVs today feature a sofa, widescreen television, and such enticing options as dual air conditioners to provide maximum comfort throughout the RV.
Motorhomes with slide-outs have become the norm. Electronic components that slip out when the RV is parked give your family plenty of room. These extensions provide more room for sleeping, dining, or enjoying an evening movie. And to give you more room inside the living space, most modern RVs include storage space for your gear in compartments under the living space. Sometimes referred to as “the basement,” these compartments are large enough to hold everything you want to take along but don’t need to navigate around on a daily basis.
The most important aspect of choosing your next motorhome is to pick one which fits your family size and daily demands. A smaller unit offers more access to remote spaces, for example, while a larger option includes room for the whole family along with the modern conveniences of a permanent home. To get a better idea of the variety of options available, visit Nohr’s RV Center today.