For all those adventurers that have large families... My wife and I have 4 kids (3-13 years) and looking at finding a good solution for camping. We had a 33' trailer that we sold and this time we decided to go camping instead of taking our home with us. There are a lot of cool options out there for roof top tents, tear drops and smaller configurations. They all sound awesome on paper but the problem arises when I try to fit my kids in that picture. I was settled on a tear drop 6x8 with a rooftop tent until my wife saw the plans. She convinced me that we need to all be in the camper together so I went back to the drawing board. I came up with a single axle 7x12 (5200lbs) cargo trailer and figured out a way to get 4 bunks (2 in rear and 2 in front) and a full in it. After second thought I decided to step up to a 14 foot to give us a little more room for a rear kitchen on the back. Then I realized I would have to go to a tandem axle and that would put the door too close to the front of the trailer. So now I am at a tandem 16' and back to a large trailer that is going to be a PITA to travel some of the back roads. Any ideas on what others do with a larger family? Our towing rig is a 1991 suburban with a 5.9 12v swap so size really isn't an issue but it would be nice to not have to take a huge trailer on camping trips. Are there any options for larger families? Thanks in advance!