Top 5 Best Class A Motorhomes With Outdoor Kitchens

Regardless of whether you want to live in a luxurious alternative to a hotel when traveling or adventuring, a class A motorhome is one of the top-notch choices to consider. Looking into adventure specifically however, you’ll need something that helps you gain access to the food, drinks, and even the cooking gear outside for convenience. An outdoor kitchen would also give you that and a more outdoor camping experience as well. To that end, here are the top 5 best class A motorhomes with outdoor kitchens.

What puts an RV on the list: While most Class As do have some outdoor features available, there are only a handful that feature a proper outdoor kitchen. Even then, we’ve filtered those through ratings, features with respect to other features that one would expect from an outdoor kitchen floorplan (exterior TV, for example), and here we are!

The Top 5 Best Class A Motorhomes With Outdoor Kitchens:

  1. Newmar Canyon Star Class A Motorhome
  2. Fleetwood Flair Class A Motorhome
  3. Thor Hurricane Class A Motorhome
  4. Coachmen Mirada Class A Motorhome
  5. Thor ACE Class A Motorhome

#1. Newmar Canyon Star Class A Motorhome

A Quality Motorhome All The Way!

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No. of Floorplans Unloaded Weight Sleeps Length
17 20499-23062 lbs 4-8 35-39 feet

Why we recommend the Newmar Canyon Star Class A Motorhome: The Canyon Star aces it on both fronts: whether you’re looking for something that’s as spacious as it gets, the Canyon Star 3924 is 39 feet long and has 3 slide outs that makes it spacious enough for 5 people. However, if you need something small and suited more for 4 people, and if you’re okay with going for a floorplan without an outdoor kitchen, then the Canyon Star 3627 will be the perfect fit. That’s just 2 out of a total of 17 floorplans with varying specs for different use cases!

With the Canyon Star, camping is an effortless and economical experience as it features cruise control, aluminum wheels, and anti-lock braking system. Mileage of the Canyon Star is 7-8 mpg, which is great considering that it also has top-of-the-line features such as dual 13.5M central air conditioners and dash heater along with expansions that add an additional AC with heat strip in garage and an auxiliary heater in bedroom, among many other features just like these!

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#2. Fleetwood Flair Class A Motorhome

The Cost-Effective Class A!

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No. of Floorplans Unloaded Weight Sleeps Length
5 16000-22000 lbs 8-10 29-36 feet

Why we recommend Fleetwood Flair Class A Motorhome: If you’re just heading into the world of RVing, we recommend considering something that’s affordable and user friendly, such as the Fleetwood Flair. It’s still a class A, which means you’ll never feel the lack of luxury at all, and it has 2 outdoor kitchen floorplans as well: Flair 29M and Flair 35R. Apart from these, there are other floorplans which can sleep up to 10 people, which can be great if you’re always camping with a lot of buddies.

As far as features go, you’ll find that the Flair doesn’t cut corners as one would expect from an affordable motorhome. Instead, the features that you get are what you’d expect in any class A – if not better. For instance, it has the 50-inch RV and a 34,000 BTU furnace whose smaller variants are usually present with an entry-level price tag. All in all, we definitely recommend the Fleetwood Flair for those who want to tailgate and want to bring as many people on the trip as possible.

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#3. Thor Hurricane Class A Motorhome

The Class A For First Time RVers!

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No. of Floorplans Unloaded Weight Sleeps Length
9 18000-22000 lbs 7-9 29-36 feet

Why we recommend Thor Hurricane Class A Motorhome: For a Class A motorhome, the Thor Hurricane keeps its length short at ~32 feet, making it great for first time RVers who are just getting to know the ropes about motorhomes. Fuel averages are great on this unit too, ranging from 8 to 15 mpg depending on the floorplan, the number of people, the average speed among other factors. We recommend checking out the following floorplans: Hurricane 29M and Hurricane 31S.

Since 4 out of the 9 total floorplans are ones with outdoor kitchens, you have a good amount of lengths as well as sleeping capacities to choose from. A lot of the features remain the same regardless, whether it’s the premium one-piece TPO roof or slideout room topper awnings, all of these share the same features. You also get a myriad of upgrades to choose from, ranging from frameless dual pane windows to dual 13,500 BTU air conditioners, making the Hurricane one of the best class A motorhomes with outdoor kitchens.

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#4. Coachmen Mirada Class A Motorhome

Ultra Luxe In a Relatively Small Package!

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No. of Floorplans Unloaded Weight Sleeps Length
6 18000-22000 lbs 6-8 30-36 feet

Why we recommend the Coachmen Mirada Class A Motorhome: With floorplans that are somewhere near 36 feet long, you can either select something like the Mirada 35KB that sleeps 7 people or something like the Mirada 29FW that sleeps 5. Either way, you end up with a motorhome that’s a top-of-the-line, feature rich quality class A motorhome that has earned its stripes!

A few of the features of the Coachmen Mirada vary according to floorplan, but a major part of them remain the same throughout. These include but aren’t limited to the safety features (CO, LP and Smoke detector), 40-inch TV in the living area, 8 cubic feet double door refrigerator and vinyl flooring. The interior color selections can be changed to either bisque, midnight cream and stone wash to give it the look that you want and there are optional appliances/upgrades available too!

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#5. Thor ACE Class A Motorhome

ACEs At Everything!

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No. of Floorplans Unloaded Weight Sleeps Length
8 16000-20500 lbs 6-9 28-34 feet

Why we recommend the Thor ACE Class A Motorhome: The ACE, while a class A on paper, is actually more like a hybrid of that and a class C motorhome if you look at the nitty gritty. For instance, a lot of its floorplans are under 30 feet, such as the ACE 29.3, and most going over 30 but staying under 35 feet such as ACE 30.3. It’s originally built for tailgating as the other flooplans–while not specifically featuring outdoor kitchens–have outdoor entertainment and a host of features that would make the Thor ACE perfect for a tailgater.

The welded tubular steel floor, roof, and sidewall cage construction keep the ACE safe and durable. You also don’t need to focus a lot on insulation as the fiberglass cap–when combined with blog foam insulation– should keep you going for a trip or two. Those thinking of buying this as a full time RV should invest in options that enhance its durability and insulation. If you’re a DIY person and like to customize and modify, many people across the forums have confirmed that using an insulation roll throughout the front cap can increase the overall insulation greatly.

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The list of small motorhomes under 25 feet is certainly a long one, but that only means you have that many choices at your disposal. With these 5, you won’t have to worry about RV length restrictions in a campground when you’re away from home!

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