1. Keystone Hideout Series
Hideout Single Axle: There are several options of double over double bunks with their mid-size single axle floorplans and both single and double bunk options in their Sport series.
Hideout Destination Travel Trailers: Keystone Hideout's 38-foot floorplans combine the concept of a true destination RV (like Keystone Retreat) with a travel-friendly 11'3" height and road-ready axles. There is a bunk room floorplan as well as a two-bedroom one.
2. Keystone Passport Series
Passport SL Series: A series known for its lightweight options, you might find bunkhouse configurations that are easy to tow but still provide ample sleeping space.
Passport GT Series: Generally, these might offer more features and slightly larger floorplans, including bunkhouse configurations.
3. Keystone Cougar Series
Cougar Half-Ton: These trailers are designed to be towed by half-ton trucks and have had bunkhouse configurations with spacious interiors and modern amenities.
Cougar: This is a step up and might offer larger, more luxurious bunkhouse configurations.
4. Keystone Springdale Series
Springdale Mini: These are smaller, more compact trailers, but they have had options with bunk beds in the past.
Springdale: This series generally offers a variety of floorplans, including those with bunkhouses, providing options for larger families or groups.
5. Keystone Montana Series
Montana High Country: These are luxury trailers and have featured bunkhouse configurations with spacious living areas and high-end amenities.
Montana: As a flagship series, these trailers often offer the most spacious and luxurious bunkhouse configurations, with a range of high-end amenities.