A functional and helpful arrangement for families with 3-5 kids.
This is *NOT* a luxury RV. Its construction is simple and needs to be treated with tender care. The awning has a hole in it and the rig needs waxing. That said, we've been all over the eastern half of America with it and our 3 kids with no problems.
Because the back of the RV has 2 bunked beds on each side for a total of 4, and because that area can be 'closed' by a curtain as well as a door, the back can serve as a 'kids room'. When the kids are wiped out from the day's adventures; you put them in there for quiet time or to sleep-- and you and your spouse can still use the living/ kitchen areas and relax. This should work for up to 4 kids, anyway. They are normal sized (for an RV) bunks. I'm 5'10" and I have slept on them.
HOWEVER, the above assumes you and your spouse would be ok with the front sleeping options:
1 and 2: The overhead bed (over the drivers's area) is a 'queen size' bed as far as width and length, but the ceiling height of that area is is about 20" or so. There is no sitting up in this bed! My wife and I often used this arrangement together. For some people it might be a challenge to climb up into or down from this area.
3 The dining-table conversion bed is about 59-60" long, so it might wake you up a few times if you turn over while you sleep. I have used it in recent years because my back doesn't like the overhead bed; this one is more firm.
4 The couch conversion bed is rather small. Our youngest / smallest daughter slept on it a couple times when she was under 10.
We can include a bike rack that holds 5 bikes.
1 As of November 2016, the generator does not work -- so for now you must "rough it" anywhere you are not plugged into camp power.
2 This is a Class C regular gas vehicle. Those don't have the power that diesel pushers do. It has been through he Appalachian mountains, but it did not like them.
3 We have never towed a vehicle, and so I have no idea how well (or even if) this rig could do so.
4 There is NO "ENTERTAINMENT" SYSTEM. No TV, stereo, etc. We took out everything related to that because when we camp, we camp and focus on family time, i.e. enjoying mother nature, human games, and... talking! (There is some cable I didn't remove, so it is conceivable you could hook up your own.)