Friday, October 7, 2022


Do you envision ever owning an RV with two bathrooms?

OK, here’s the situation: you sold your sticks and bricks home and you bought an RV. Your husband, Tom, is in the shower when suddenly… uh oh… last night’s Mexican food is kickin’ in and you’ve got to go to the bathroom… now. Unlike your sticks and bricks home that had 2.5 bathrooms, you’ve got one 5×5 foot bathroom and you can’t use it while Tom showers. What will you do?

Does that situation sound familiar to you? We bet it does (or something close to it). Makes you think about buying an RV with a second bathroom, doesn’t it?

What do you think? Can you envision yourself owning an RV with two bathrooms? Please tell us in the poll below and leave a comment too if you’d like.


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2 years ago

If you can say that this is 2 bathrooms ,we have a portal potty in the B/R in the corner we use just in case that does happen & we have use it in that case. Don’t want to get caught short.{Thinking ahead}

Bob Weinfurt
2 years ago

I see that as a waste of valuable space. Having one has always worked for us.

Brian Holmes
2 years ago

are you kidding ,yes , if you have more than one female traveling and camping with you you might as well mount a Porti Potty on the back of the camper. ” Hey what could you possibly be doing in their for so long”.

2 years ago

We have one bathroom that has a toilet, shower and two (his & her) sinks. That was a major factor in our decision to buy this model. Newmar Bay Star 3414.

James Neyenhouse
2 years ago

Too expensive and would take up valuable space!

Dick Burgman
2 years ago

We do not want 2 bathrooms. We are in a 45 foot motor coach and choose an older one with 1 bathroom. We want the space for living area.

2 years ago

We have our third Class A with two baths. There have been more than one time when we would have really had issues without them. It would be very hard to go back to a single bathroom – either in S&B or coach.

Bob p
2 years ago

I experienced the scenario described above but not the Mexican food. Our first mh had the bathroom/toilet combined in one very small area, when nature called DW was in the shower, luckily I had the toad and scrambled to the public restroom in time, so yes I could see the advantage.

2 years ago

Have a toilet in one with sink with a door and shower in different area. If in shower someone can still “go if needed”

2 years ago

We have two bathrooms but we took out the toilet in the back one and put in a small chest freezer and some shelving. Much better use of space as we are fulltimers.

Daniel Pankiewicz
2 years ago

I rather have the extra storage space or whatever than an area used really how often during a day. Unless it’s the “leave me alone RV area” when you need to be seperated. LOL

Patricia Panuccio
2 years ago

At one time when my daughter was still traveling with me definitely, but now I travel alone.

2 years ago

We are in our 3rd class A motor home and yes we have two toilets, three sinks and one shower. Our first two motor homes only had one toilet and it worked ok since we don’t live on board, only vacation in ours. The 1/2 bathroom is my husband’s and the full bathroom is mine and I love it this way and he showers outside 🤣 just kidding ! We would never go back to one Loo.

Deborah Mason
2 years ago

We don’t even have that in our house. Only time we’ve ever had more than one bath was in a trailer we were assigned to live in down in Death Valley one season. That was back in 1985. Just for several months, then back to single bathroom houses. 2 bathrooms would mean too big a time for us

2 years ago

I would never own a RV which has two toilets because one of them would have to be a macerator toilet in oder for the sewage to flow all the way over to the black tank. Our one toilet dumps directly down into the black tank and we have never had ANY problems so far after owning it for 17 years with 14 of them full-time living. I have read hundreds of people having problems with those macerator toilets. No way!

2 years ago
Reply to  Dr4Film

Yes, I know I threw out some left over kibble my dog didn’t eat in mine. Boy what a mess I made, we could not use it on our vacation. Lesson learned !

Ron H.
2 years ago

Just one bathroom in our class “A” and we’ll never need more. Once you step up to the next level of luxury, it’s hard to go back. We’re very happy with our present level.

Tommy Molnar
2 years ago

We only have one bath but our Arctic Fox 25Y is set up so the ‘loo’ is in a small room by itself. You can do anything you want anywhere in the trailer and the person needing the ‘facilities’ is out of the way. That has turned out to be an accidental benefit to our floor plan.

Dick and Sandy near Buffalo, NY
2 years ago

We are on our second Class A with a BATH and a HALF. Technically that is NOT 2 BATH ROOMS. The half bath does not have a shower or bath tub which is what makes it a bath room. Our first Class A with a bath and a half was back in 2007. Once you have a bath and a half you never want to be without it.

Joe Eafrati
2 years ago

Since we have 2, we can’t do without. I have all my man stuff in the small one and the wife has all of her stuff in the rear full bath. When someone stays with us, they don’t have to walk through our bedroom.

2 years ago

We call it the marriage saver floor plan. We like it.
Also we can use the half bath when traveling and all the slides are in, without climbing over the bed.