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RV Crib Ideas for Camping or Full Time RVing with a Baby

Many families use a portable playpen or “pack-n-play” in their camper as a place for their baby or toddler to sleep on a camping trip or vacation. There are lots of models to choose from ranging from extra fancy to super basic.

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Baby cribs added to RV bunk rooms

With its low profile, this crib would not be likely to move around much when the RV is in motion, but if that was an issue the owners could always anchor it to the wall or floor.

This next RV is a versatile mid-bunk model with the bunk replaced with a crib.  When their family later grew, the owners of this camper  added a toddler bed to this room.

With the plants, decor, and mid-century style dresser, you wouldn’t even know that this next nursery is in an RV if it weren’t for the tell-tale shape of the window.

The owners of the RV pictured below decided to remove the recliners at the back of their fifth wheel to make space for a crib, glider rocking chair, and other things that make their camper more convenient for RVing with a baby.

An RV slide-out makes an excellent spot to put a crib.  You could hang a curtain across the space to allow for a dark sleeping environment and fewer distractions no matter the time of day.

A small crib like that one would also be perfect for converting a master bedroom closet into a place for your baby to sleep.

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