For many RVers, whether they live in their motorhome full time or travel frequently, they add “office space” to their list of needs for their RV.
If you are one of those RVers that need an office space in your Class A RV, then this article is for you!
We have listed the best Class A RVs that have an office space for your working needs:
1. Tiffin Open Road Allegro 36UA
The Tiffin Allegro 36UA has been designed for MORE:
- M – Maximum Space
- O – adaptedOptimal Organization
- R – Relaxation Plus
- E – Elegant Atmosphere
This RV is a bit shorter than most Class A motorhomes, but it does not lack space.
The Tiffin 36UA offers a versatile floorplan that is easily adaptable to living, sleeping and working, especially if you live in this motorhome full-time.
The booth dinette offers additional sleeping space if more family members have joined you. Still, you can choose the option of a free-standing dinette that has a computer workstation if you need an office space that works for you.
Next to the dinette, there is a large sofa bed and an angled entertainment area where you can choose to have a fireplace fitted. You will stay warm while working in this Class A motorhome.
There are two bathrooms in the Tiffin 36UA. The second bathroom features a toilet, sink, and vanity with spacious overhead cabinets.
Additional features for the Tiffin Allegro 36UA include:
- An overhead sleeping bunk above the driver’s cab area
- A stackable washer and dryer in the bathroom of the main bedroom
- A ducted furnace system
- Extraordinaire air conditioning system
- A spray rinser in the kitchen sink
- Three-burner cooktop and a double-bowl stainless steel sink
- Handcrafted cabinetry
- Leather furniture
- European-style driver’s area
The GlamperRV is not the most well-known brand for motorhomes, but they have entered 2020 with a Business Line model that converts RVs into a luxury mobile office space.
The brand is starting to see a rise in popularity and has identified a need in the market for flexible home offices.
This is what lead them to the development of the new GlamperRV Business Line Class A RV.
This brand does not build its RVs from the ground up. Instead, they find “base models” that they redesign and customize to create their own line of RVs.
The GlamperRV Business Line is versatile and offers a mobile office, a weekend warrior getaway RV, and a luxury hotel.
The brand identified various needs that emerged from the COVID19 pandemic and opted to create a 24.3ft long, 7.6ft wide, and 9.8ft tall RV that offers its passengers everything they need to avoid crowded public areas and use the RV’s amenities.
The Business Line has a large central desk, several USB and plug sockets, WIFI, and LED lights. There is even a Nespresso coffee machine to keep you going while you are hard at work.
There are two closets on either side of the bed instead of conventional nightstands. The taller storage space allows you to keep your suits neatly pressed and wrinkle-free.
An additional drop-down double bed is also available if you have more guests or family that want to stay over for a night or two. The Glamper RV can sleep up to four people comfortably.
Additional features of the GlamperRV Business Line include:
- Blackout curtains line the windows
- Garage space for bikes and other “toys”
- An inverter powers all the onboard amenities
3. Winnebago Adventurer Class A 36Z
The Adventurer’s lounge area offers ample seating for easy work days when you need to get some work done on your laptop.
The dining table converts into a classic desk, and there is a lot of storage space available for your office equipment.
The MCD solar blackout roller shades will create an ideal indoor working space and offer privacy and adjustable lighting.
Three slide-outs open the living area and the bedroom space to make this RV feel like a home away from home.
The kitchen offers full amenities, as well as a residential refrigerator. If you have not converted the BenchMark dinette into an office space, you will enjoy eating on the Hi-Lo table.
When you are not working, there is an outside entertainment area for you and the family to relax beneath the power awning and watch TV and DVDs.
You can cook outside using the Tailgate package that offers a portable grill, folding stand, ice chest, and a stainless steel sink.
The Winnebago Adventurer has been built with safety in mind with its exclusive steep SuperStructure and Ford F53 chassis. The custom holding tanks help improve weight distribution, offer more storage space and better handling.
Additional features include the following:
- 5,500W Cummins Onan Marquis Gold gas generator
- PowerLine Energy Management System and solar panels on the roof of the RV
- A cold-water purification system
- Electric fireplace
- 50″ HD TV
- Tailgate package
- Promera-covered furnishings
- Three-burner range top in the kitchen
- Versa driver’s seat
Creating Your Own Office Space:
Unfortunately, most Class A RVs do not come with dedicated office space; this may require a customized floor plan.
Many RVers have worked from a dining room table or a picnic table outside, but these areas are not ideal.
Private office space is a must if you want to avoid moving your work set-up every day. If your RV does not have a dedicated office space, you can get creative and make your own area work comfortably and in private.
If your Class A motorhome has a bunkroom that you are not using, especially if you do not have children, then you can convert that area into a workspace that will set you apart from the rest of your motorhome.
Converting your bunkroom will also offer you privacy since most of these spaces have a door to drown out any noise from the living area.
Some Class A RVs that have a bunkhouse includes:
- Winnebago Forza 38R
- Tiffin Allegro RED 38 QBA
- Fleetwood RV Excursion 35E
- Holiday Rambler Admiral 32H
Not all Class A motorhomes have a bunkroom, but there is a living room.
You can get creative and make an office nook right in the main living area of your motorhome.
Unfortunately, this option does offer less privacy compared to that of a converted bunkhouse, but it does work as a stable working area.
Many RVers convert their dining room table into an office desk if they do not use that space to eat.
A Bedroom Office:
Of course, the master bedroom is not a space you can lose, but many people have converted a small section of the master bedroom into an office space.
This option is ideal because it offers privacy behind a closed door, and the limited space can be managed with a fold-down desk that is mounted to the wall. Another idea is to place a desk inside the closet space.
While some people use the edge of their bed as their seat, you can use a folding chair that can be tucked away neatly.
Despite more than 90% of RVs not having a dedicated office space, you will be pleased to hear that you can claim those expenses as a tax deduction if you are using your RV as an office.
If your Class A motorhome does not have its own private office, get creative, and make your own dedicated workspace using your available amenities.
Converting a bunkhouse is a great idea if you are not going to use bunk beds; this will allow privacy and space.
Of course, if having an office is a primary focus, then the GlampingRV Business Line is an excellent option for a mobile office where you can live full-time or stay on the road and work.
Morten is the founder of GoDownsize. He has filmed and interviewed people living in tiny houses and RVs since 2011. He grew up on the coast where his dad took him boating from a young age. He has completely rebuilt two RVs in which he travels with his family for months at the time. Read more about Morten here.