Our 5 Highest Rated RV Bunk Ladders
Having an RV provides a lot of flexibility and freedom, so, having practical solutions can help keep this spirit alive. With this in mind, we are going to look at some ladders that work best for your RV bunk and around your vehicle too.
In this short article, we are going to look at 5 of the best RV bunk ladders, their pros, and cons, features, and tell you which will be best for different situations
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Our Top 5 Picks
If you are looking for a portable and easy-to-store RV bunk ladder then look no further. The Wolfwise Aluminum Telescopic range is a practical and storage-conscious set, which would be viable for most RVs.
Made from an aerospace engineered aluminum alloy, this ladder is sturdy with a high weight tolerance for such a compact ladder. With a weight cap of 330lbs, most adults will have no issue using this ladder.
The ladders can be extended to varying heights which makes a range of tasks possible with the same ladder. This in turn will save you space, making this RV ladder perfect for inside or outside use too.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just want something simple for my RV. This is exactly what this ladder delivers. If you are on the lookout for a simple and practical RV bunk ladder, then look no further.
This ladder comes with both hook retainers and extrusions, which work with whatever your set-up is. This is a simple ladder and suits people looking for something easy to use in their RV.
The addition of the rubber treads makes the ladder quiet to ascend or descend and comfortable on your bare feet too. With the rubber feet, you can easily set-up the ladder on any surface in your RV.
Sharing an RV trip or vacation with your kids can be a great way to spend a lot of time together and appreciate the great outdoors.
Adding different things to make your RV more kid-friendly is a popular and simple way to get your kids more onboard. This ladder is a high-quality rope and is pretty durable despite what you might think when you hear “rope ladder”.
However, although the weight limit is generous, I struggle to see many adults actively climbing up and down this ladder. With that being said, due to the size, this is best suited for kids in the 5-13 range.
Sometimes the best solution is just the easiest one. Some RV users want a ladder that can be used for a few different things and here is where the trusty step ladder steps up (no pun intended).
If you are on the hunt for a ladder that will be a versatile solution then this will fit the bill. The advantage of getting a step ladder is that you can use it outside of the RV and not just for your bunk.
Depending on what you are looking for and how you use your RV, this could be a good choice for you. I think there is often a time on my vacations where I have needed a ladder and not had one, so this could solve that issue.
Finding a ladder that suits your vehicle’s specs can be tough, for larger RVs I like this ladder that is both robust and simple to use.
In terms of an RV ladder, this one is more suited for exterior use, but can also be adjusted to work on the interior too. The set-up can be a little complex and might be a factor for reluctance for some RVers.
There is definitely a specific type of RV this ladder is aimed at, and it is not as versatile as some of the other options. Despite this, for the right person, this is the perfect solution for a ladder.
As I have alluded to above, there are a few different reasons why I felt this one comes out on top.
Portable and suitable for any size RV
- Can be stored at 25% of its size so is practical and space-conscious
- High-quality materials make it durable and reliable
- Quick to set-up and retract (under 8 seconds)
- Can be set to adjustable sizes to be viable for a lot of different RVs and tasks
- Useable by anyone, not targeted at smaller adults or kids
These are some of the reasons I came to this decision, but as always you can make the best choice for your RV, your budget, and your preference.