The kitchen is the heart of the home, even when your home is on wheels! We’ve compiled a list of just a few of our favorite RV kitchens on the market today. Not in the market for a new model? You’ll still find inspiration for making your RV kitchen as functional as possible. Be sure to shop Lazydays RV Accessories & More for kitchen gadgets, appliances and RV storage ideas that will take your road trip to the next level!
Class A Kitchens
Because of their size, Class A RVs tend to have more space for luxury kitchen amenities like dish drawers, residential-sized appliances and more. While they may not be as spacious as a full-sized home, Class As tend to have more storage and counter space than some of their counterparts, which allows them to be perfectly functional for the road.
We love the kitchen layouts of the Cornerstone models, not just for the size, storage space, and craftsmanship, but also for the residential-sized appliances that come standard. Enjoy the convenience of the dishwasher, induction cooktop, convection microwave oven and a Samsung refrigerator with an icemaker and water dispenser.
Class C Kitchens
Because of their more compact size, Class C kitchens tend to be smaller than their Class A counterparts. Still, many Class Cs provide all the essential appliances with small, but manageable counter space.
You can’t go wrong with this Super C Class, which features four distinct floorplans to fit your individual needs. All floorplans come standard with a kitchen wastebasket, solid surface countertops and sink covers, microwave, 3-burner gas cooktop with oven, a stainless steel double-bowl sink with a pull-down sprayer, a decorative backsplash and a residential refrigerator with an ice-maker.
Fifth Wheel Kitchens
In general, fifth wheels tend to have the most available living space, which extends to the kitchen area. If you’re looking for the maximum amount of counter space and storage, a fifth wheel might be your best option.
When it comes to kitchen functionality, we love the 2016 Winnebago Scorpion toy hauler, which features a counter peninsula, residential-sized appliances, a double kitchen sink, and plenty of storage along the wall and beneath the counter.
Travel Trailer Kitchens
With travel trailers, there can be a huge range of sizes, and while the bigger models tend to have more spacious kitchens, there’s more than size to consider when choosing the RV kitchen that’s right for you.
We love the design of the Flying Cloud, which utilizes the relatively small space it has to create a kitchen area that is both functional and pleasing to the eye. The Flying Cloud provides ample storage space and counter space, with innovative designs like built-in spice racks and adjacent dining area which doubles as extra counter space.
If you’re considering buying a new or used RV, stop by and visit one of our Lazydays sales experts today. With an average of ten years of sales experience and more than 200 hours of annual product training, they have all the information they’ll need to help you find the best RV for your lifestyle.