Flexible Sleeping Arrangements Means Luxury for All

Flexible Sleeping Arrangements Means Luxury for All

How many people can the Road Chief comfortably accommodate? The answer is more than you think! 

Let’s start in the Zen-like master bedroom. The true king mattress is fit for royalty, and is so magical that it can also convert into two twins, making it just as suitable for partners as it is for pals. The bed is 6’7” long so feel free to bring your tall friends (our owners have spent thousands of nights stretched out on our custom mattresses — they’ve never experienced the feeling of being crunched up in some small #vanlife bed). The bedroom also comes stocked with Libeco bedding for you to indulge in. You know the ones. Cozy, luxurious, Belgian linen that just so happens to be eco-friendly, too.   

Go ahead, take Grandma or the grandkids on an off-grid adventure. Bring a good friend to your favorite fishing hole. Make breakfast-in-bed for your partner. Cuddle up next to your favorite hound or kitty. The bedroom’s flexibility means that it’s easy to bring anyone on board.

Say you want to take the fam on a summertime adventure or explore wine country with your tribe. The Road Chief invites you to share unforgettable experiences with all your friends and family. Passing through the bedroom to the dining area, you’ll find a sofa and a dinette table for two (or for four, if you’re in our 26’ travel trailer) with armchairs. These convert into two more sleeping berths, accommodating a total of four people. 

More than four? No problem. We have Road Chief families that travel with six. If you’re looking to travel with a crowd, one idea is to use these wonderful rooftop SUV tents (pictured—thanks to @the.modern.hippie.way on Instagram). It’s an easy way to accommodate a larger headcount, not to mention a truly exciting option for young kids—or the young at heart. 

From whole-family adventures to romantic outings, the Road Chief is designed to bring you closer to the people and places you love. 

Sweet dreaming, 
Geneva Long
Bowlus Road Chief