If you’ve ever spent the night in an RV tossing and turning, only to wake up feeling sore and stiff, you aren’t alone. RV bunks are notorious for being lumpy, thin, and just down-right uncomfortable. Typically, RV mattresses are made of poor quality components, making your bed little more than a sack of cheap fiber padding. These scrap materials can break down after a short time and leave you feeling like you're sleeping on hard plywood and metal springs. With so much of your time spent sleeping, you can’t afford to be miserable throughout the night. To help you improve your mid-day catnaps and nighttime slumbers, here are some tips for making RV bunks more comfortable.
Blankets & Comforters
Forget the Bunk
Just because you’re in an RV doesn’t mean you have to settle for a poor night's sleep. While RV bunks are known for being rough to sleep on, there are options out there that can help you rest a little better. So don’t waste another night of sweet dreams tossing and turning on your hard, thin RV bunk. Instead, take time and use the resources available to improve the feel of your mattress. Your body will thank you for it in the morning!