An inexpensive option to utilize more space on an RV is to add an RV ladder, which allows owners to easily climb up on top of the roof of the RV, allowing it to double as a sun deck or place to star gaze. These ladders are easy to install with the proper tools.
Can I add a ladder to the back of my travel trailer?
Your trailer should have vertical supports to which you could attach a ladder. Finding them though might take a little work. If you cannot see any evidence of support beams from underneath the back looking up then to be sure you would want to pull a piece of siding off to see if they are more easily visible.
Why do some travel trailers not have ladders?
Some RVs Don’t Have Ladders
That’s another reason why they no longer install ladders on the back. You would have to climb over the spoiler to get on the roof. Our Class A RV has a motorcycle lift on the back, so an exterior ladder will not fit on the rear of the coach. Our 2nd Coach didn’t come with a ladder.
What is the ladder for on an RV?
Exterior ladders will help you get to the roof, A-frame and telescoping ladders can help you reach the tops of the front and sides to wash, wax, and maintain your motorhome, and step ladders help you access high spaces inside your RV so you can make the most of every inch of your storage space in your traveling home.
Can I climb on the roof of my motorhome?
It is possible to walk on the central area of the roof of your vehicle. Do not walk near the edge or near the front section which is not supported. Never walk on the roof in wet or windy conditions.