Class C motorhomes tend to be the RV that first comes to mind when many people think of camping and road trips. The design has been around for decades, and it’s a proven one that continues to get better as time goes on.
Class A and Class B motorhomes offer serious benefits of their own, but Class C motorhomes are a good middle-of-the-road option between the other two types of motorhomes. Class C RVs work for the solo explorer, the adventurous couple, as well as families large and small.
Speaking of families and Class C motorhomes, if you have the need for a camper that can sleep up to eight people, look no further than the venerable Class C motorhome. Here are several units that will sleep eight people with ease.
Thor Omni RS36
Bells and whistles. If you like them, then you’ll love the Thor Omni RS36. With a king-sized bed in the rear, bunk beds across from the bathroom, a cab-over bunk at the front, and a dinette that converts to additional sleeping space, it’s no surprise the Thor Omni is at the top of everyone’s list. Plus, there is theater seating! And a full kitchen. It’s everything you love about home but on the road and with enough space for the whole family. Ring the bell. Blow the whistle. This one is a winner.
Jayco Greyhawk 31F
With the Jayco Greyhawk 31F, you get the queen bed, the bunk beds, the sofa (which converts to a bed), the dinette (that converts to a bed), and the cab-over bunk. But! You also get swivel driver and passenger chairs. You get the spacious bathroom with dual entry from the main living space and the primary bedroom. You get the fully functional kitchen and an 18-foot awning just outside the main entrance. Basically, you get it all — especially enough room to sleep at least eight people.
Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H
Style. It’s important. It’s important even when you’re on the road toward the destination of your dreams. Why not try on the Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H? There’s an overhead bed above the driver and passenger seats, there’s a sofa bed and a U-shaped dinette that converts to a bed, there’s a queen bed in the back, and there are bunk beds along the way. Plus, a bathroom and a kitchen, and even a pantry. It’s the perfect marriage of form and function. See? Style. Travel in it. You won’t regret it. And everyone will be envious.
Thor Freedom Elite 30FE
The Freedom Elite 30FE offers a smart layout. It’s a floorplan with two slides on either side of the RV. There’s a cab-over bed up front, a jackknife sofa in the main living area, and a dinette that can all be used for sleeping. There’s also a set of bunks on the rearmost slide and a large queen bed. The rest of the floorplan features a full kitchen and bathroom on the driver’s side of the RV, making this a fantastic weekend getaway vehicle or longer haul machine.
Thor Quantum LF31
The Quantum LF31 is a Class C RV that has a very different layout than the unit featured above. This model has a single large slide down the driver’s side of the RV. At the front of the unit are a cab-over bunk, a jackknife sofa, and a large dinette that all provide ample sleeping space. Also, on the driver’s side slide are bunk beds. At the rear of the unit is a queen bed. The single large slide really opens up space and makes enjoying the floorplan possible.
Forest River Forester 3271SF
Another option very similar to the Quantum LF31 is the Forest River Forester 3271SF. This unit also has a single large slide down the side of the RV. At the front of the unit is a cab-over bunk. On the passenger side at the front of the living area is a sofa and across from that is a dinette that doubles as a sleeping space. Housed in the side are some bunks, and at the rear of the unit is a queen bed, giving you all the sleeping space you need for up to eight people.
Jayco Redhawk 31F
Another option similar to the two above but with a slightly different configuration is the Jayco Redhawk 31F. This unit features a cab-over bunk at the front of the RV. In the kitchen and living area, there’s a sofa and a dinette. The dinette can double as a sleeping area. The slide on the driver’s side of the RV features bunk beds and there’s a queen bed in the master bedroom at the rear of the RV. While the RV’s layout is similar to the others, this unit does have its entry door closer to the front of the unit.
Entegra Coach Esteem 31L
If you’re looking for something a little different, consider the Esteem 31L. This unit features two different slides on either side of the RV. At the front is a cab-over bunk. On the passenger side of the RV is a dinette that can double as a bed and there’s a sofa across from that. In the rearmost slide-out are bunk beds. At the very rear of the RV is a queen bed that completes the list of sleeping areas. As you can tell, the slides really help open up the floorplan and make sleeping this many people possible.