RV Short Queen Mattress













              Slightly shorter than the regular queen mattress (60-inch width by 80-inch length), we have the RV short queen mattress (60-inch width by 75-inch length). The short queen mattress best fits into confined spaces like an RV, where the standard queen mattress may not suffice.

              At Turmerry, you can find one of the best short queen mattresses on the market today. Featuring uniquely beneficial natural and organic materials from various parts of the world, our short queen RV mattress aims to turn your RV adventures into core memories!

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              Why Does the Turmerry RV Short Queen Mattress Stand Out?

              When it comes to choosing the perfect RV short queen mattress, Turmerry stands out for a few compelling reasons. Let's start out by discussing our craftsmanship.

              The Turmerry RV short queen mattress is meticulously crafted using eco-friendly, sustainable techniques and premium materials. The labor and love put into our RV mattress provide you with an exceptionally balanced sleeping surface in terms of comfort and support!

              Turmerry RV Mattress

              Another important aspect where the Turmerry RV short queen mattress stands out is in its tailored design for RV owners. Understanding the unique challenges of RV living, we have brought you a mattress that maximizes comfort while accommodating the space limitations of an RV. This means you don't have to compromise on sleep quality during your travels.

              And finally, we've also taken the time to understand the many needs of RV enthusiasts, allowing us to engineer a mattress that adapts to varying sleeping positions and preferences. This is best emphasized through the thickness and firmness level customizations we offer, where you can choose the most suitable version of these two important aspects!

              What Benefits Can Our Short Queen Mattresses Provide You?

              Turmerry RV short queen mattresses come with an array of benefits that prioritize your comfort and well-being -

              • Responsive and Bouncy!

                With latex being our core material, you get to experience an RV mattress that responds to your movements very well. This helps provide a comfortable level of bounce that prevents that "sinking" feeling often associated with traditional memory foam mattress types.

                Responsive feel for quality sleep
              • Comfortable and Supportive for All!

                Side sleepers, back sleepers, stomach sleepers, and combination sleepers are all offered the right balance of cushioning and support from our RV short queen mattresses, making them a popular mattress choice for every sleeping position. Furthermore, the Turmerry short queen RV mattress also caters to a wide variety of sleeper types, including lightweight sleepers, heavyweight sleepers, hot sleepers, young sleepers, and elderly sleepers.

                Comfortable sleep on every next adventure
              • Breathable and Cooling!

                Engineered with breathable materials such as perforated latex foam and a breathable organic cotton cover, our mattresses ensure proper airflow, effectively dissipating heat. This makes it a great mattress for hot sleepers, who get to enjoy a cool night's sleep without having to breathe in the chemicals offset by cooling gel technology in gel memory foam mattress types.

                Breathability and cooling features for cooling comfort
              • Durable and Investment-Worthy!

                Our commitment to quality means your RV short queen mattress is built to withstand the test of time. This is proven best by our organic Dunlop latex foam layers, which can last upwards of 15-20 years if maintained well! Our RV mattress ensures your investment in a good night's sleep continues to pay off for years to come.

                Durability for many years of restful sleep
              • Healthy and Eco-Friendly!

                We prioritize your well-being and the environment's health by using natural and organic materials such as latex and cotton. These materials are free from harmful levels of chemicals commonly found in a memory foam mattress or gel memory foam mattress, thereby creating a healthier sleep space for you and your loved ones.

                Eco friendly unlike premium memory foam and gel infused memory foam
              • Strong Motion Isolation and Edge Support!

                Even on the move, you'll experience minimal motion transfer, allowing you and your fellow travelers to rest peacefully without disruptions. Plus, our mattress's robust edge support ensures stability across the four edges and helps prevent issues like premature sagging.

                Sleeping on mattress edge
              • Wide Range of Customizations!

                Personalize your sleep experience with various customization options, from firmness levels to mattress height, ensuring your RV mattress perfectly aligns with your preferences.

                Customization options to fit perfectly
              • Strong Warranty and Trial Period!

                We stand behind our products, offering a generous 20-year warranty and a 120-night trial period. This gives you peace of mind as you embark on your journeys with Turmerry's RV short queen mattress.

                Warranty and trial period
              • Trustworthy Customer Support!

                Our dedicated customer support team is here to assist you every step of the way, helping you choose the right mattress and addressing any inquiries you may have.

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              Want Something Different? Choose From 3 Other Mattress Types!

              Still in the process of browsing different mattresses and gauging your options? At Turmerry, you have options aplenty! We offer four other unique mattress types that vary in sizes, materials, and features from our RV mattress.

              1. Organic Latex Mattress

                The Organic Latex Mattress is an all-foam mattress made of Dunlop latex foam layers. Built with three or four foam layers, enhanced with a natural wool layer for fire resistance, and enveloped in a breathable cover made of organic cotton, this all-foam mattress is an excellent option for those who seek supportive cushioning.

                Unlike our RV mattresses, the Organic Latex Mattress comes in standard mattress sizes such as twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king. We also offer split king and split queen sizes for couples with unique preferences. Additionally, you can customize its firmness level (soft, medium, firm, extra-firm) and height (7", 10", 12").

                Natural and organic latex mattress
              2. Latex Hybrid Mattress

                The Latex Hybrid Mattress offers an ideal equilibrium by combining an 8-inch support core of pocket coils with a 2-inch comfort layer of Talalay latex. As our hybrid mattress utilizes pocketed coils, which are considered the best coil type on the market, alongside Talalay latex, which is considered the more plush version of latex foam, they offer a perfectly balanced medium-firm feel.

                You can find them in various standard mattress sizes, such as twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king.

                Latex hybrid mattress
              3. Egg Crate Mattress

                The Egg Crate Mattress has an all-foam composition akin to our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress. However, the difference here is the egg-crate-shaped foam layer atop, which offers additional cushioning to each part of your body. Thereby, it enhances body contouring, pressure relief, and bed sore relief.

                Our Egg Crate Latex Mattress comes in sizes such as twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, split queen, split king, and California king. You can also customize its firmness level (soft, medium, firm, extra-firm) and height (10", 12").

                Egg crate mattress
              4. Dual Side Flippable Mattress

                Do you ever find sleeping on a single mattress firmness all night to be irksome? The Dual Side Latex Flippable Mattress is for you, then! It features two organic Dunlop latex foam layers, each with it's own firmness level (from medium to firm to extra firm). Want to sleep on a medium surface one night and on a firm surface the next? Simply flip the mattress around, and voila!

                You can find it in all the standard mattress sizes - twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king.

                Dual Side Flippable Mattress

              RV Short Queen Mattress - Buyer's Guide

              When looking for the best short queen mattress, you have to be well-versed in the world of mattresses. Read on to learn what an RV short queen mattress is, whether it fits your needs, and all of the other important things you should consider before buying a mattress!

              What is an RV short queen mattress, and how does it differ from a standard queen mattress?

              RV short queen mattress 60 x 75 vs regular queen mattress 60 x 80

              The RV short queen mattress measures 60 inches wide and 75 inches long. It is a popular mattress size for confined spaces like recreational vehicles (RVs), trailers, and campers. Short queen mattresses are also used in smaller bedroom settings, such as a studio apartment bedroom or guest room.

              The RV short queen mattress is a smaller version of the regular queen-size mattress, which measures 60 inches wide and 80 inches long. The term "short queen" refers to its reduced size, which retains the width of a regular queen mattress (60 inches) while being slightly shorter in length (around 75 inches).

              Should you choose an RV short queen mattress?

              RV short queen mattresses are one of the best RV mattress sizes if you want to save space in your RV or apartment. But they lack certain features that a mattress size like an RV queen provides. So, let's go over the pros and cons of a short queen RV mattress, then decide whether you should choose one.

              • Pros

                Space Efficient: Whereas a regular queen-size mattress requires around 10 feet by 12 feet of room size for an optimal fit, a short queen mattress can fit in rooms that measure 9.6 feet by 10 feet. Opting for an RV short queen mattress is, therefore, a great solution for compact living areas where every inch counts.

                Ideal for Sharing: The RV short queen mattress offers enough space for two individuals to sleep without feeling cramped. This makes it a practical choice for shared sleeping.

                Budget Friendly: Compared to larger mattress sizes like an RV short king or RV queen, RV short queen mattresses are typically more affordable, allowing you to achieve comfort without breaking the bank.

              • Cons

                Height Limitations: Taller individuals above 6 feet may find RV short queen mattresses less accommodating, as the shorter length of 75 inches can lead to inadequate legroom during sleep. A regular RV queen mattress is helpful in this case, as it offers 5 inches of additional length.

                Compatibility Concerns: When moving to a new RV or living space with dimensions that do not accommodate your RV short queen mattress, you may have to choose a different mattress size.

              • Final Verdict

                Best results for solo sleeper with pets and a couple

                For solo sleepers (with pets) and couples who don't exceed the 6-foot height mark, an RV short queen-size mattress can be a good new RV mattress purchase. It doesn't take up as much space as a regular RV queen mattress and doesn't cost as much, either.

                However, you have to consider a variety of factors besides pros and cons to be able to determine whether an RV short queen mattress suits you. We'll discuss these factors in more detail below.

              Personal factors to consider before making an RV short queen mattress purchase

              Personal factors, such as sleeping habits and environment, can affect how well a new mattress purchase suits you. Therefore, these are factors that you just cannot ignore!

              Bed Frame Measurements

              Find out what size mattress can be ideally accommodated in your bed frame by measuring its length and width. A mattress that's too small or too large for the bed frame can lead to discomfort and instability. Aside from your bed frame's dimensions, factor in its weight capacity as well. Many RV mattresses are built to be lightweight, as the RV floors may break under heavy loads. Enquire with the manufacturer on how much weight your RV bed frame can handle, and only buy mattresses that are under the weight limit.

              Taking bed frame measurements for a better sleep experience

              RV Size

              Take into account the available space within your RV's sleeping area. Ensure the mattress fits comfortably without making the room feel cramped. Short queen RV mattresses are typically best placed in medium to large RVs and travel trailers.

              RV sizes like RV king, RV full xl, and RV queen

              Sleeping Habits

              Consider your ideal sleeping position, whether you move around a lot during sleep, and any other specific comfort needs you have. Back sleepers, side sleepers, stomach sleepers, and combination sleepers all require a certain level of mattress firmness and thickness for proper comfort. Moreover, if you're a restless sleeper who moves around a lot, you'll need a mattress that is responsive enough to let you do so.

              Sleeping habits

              Body Weight and Height

              Your body weight determines how thick and firm your mattress should be. Generally, lightweight individuals (below 130 lbs.) tend to do well on a soft mattress that is 7 to 8 inches thick. Average-weight individuals (between 130-230 lbs.) do well on a medium-firm mattress that is 10 inches thick. Heavyweight individuals (above 230 lbs.) do well on a firmer mattress that is 12 inches thick. Another consideration is your height. Taller individuals above 6 feet might experience discomfort with short queen RV beds, as they are only 75 inches long and don't provide enough legroom.

              Body weight and height

              Sleeping Partners

              If you're sharing the mattress with a partner or pets, factor in their preferences and sleeping habits. Motion isolation, noiselessness, and edge support are a few essential mattress qualities to consider when sleeping with partners, especially if there's a light sleeper amongst you. Ensure that you can provide an adequate, spacious, and supportive mattress for all occupants.

              Sleeping partners

              Future Living Arrangements

              Think about whether your current RV or living arrangement is likely to change in the near future. Will you be upgrading to a larger RV or moving to a different living space? Consider how the mattress will fit into these potential changes.

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              Health Considerations

              If you're dealing with specific health concerns – whether it's battling back pain, managing allergies, or navigating chemical sensitivities – it's crucial to select a mattress type that effectively addresses these issues. For instance, if you're sensitive to chemicals, it's wise to steer clear of options like cooling gel memory foam or a traditional memory foam RV mattress. If you're contending with health issues like back pain, your ideal RV mattress needs to strike a fine balance between robust support and gentle cushioning.

              Health issues


              Set a budget for your mattress purchase, and explore options within that range. Remember that while RV short queen mattresses are often more budget-friendly, there can be variations in prices based on brand and features. Striving for a balance between quality and affordability is key. Opportune moments like mattress sale days frequently unveil opportunities to secure a top-tier RV mattress at an exceptionally reasonable price point.

              Budget considerations

              Other Personal Preferences

              Ultimately, many of your personal preferences are determined by you and your surroundings. Do you prioritize a softer or firmer feel? Do you prefer a mattress with cooling properties? Do you require a mattress that negates environmental shifts like movement? Consider what matters most to you in a mattress.

              Trying a new mattress

              Different types of RV short queen mattresses

              An RV short queen mattress is available in six types today, each with its own unique benefits. Among them are memory foam mattresses, gel memory foam mattresses, latex mattresses, hybrid mattresses, innerspring mattresses, and air mattresses.

              1. Traditional Memory Foam Mattress

                Traditional memory foam mattress

                A traditional memory foam mattress conforms very well to your body's shape, offering pressure relief. It is designed to be a more contouring version of poly foam (polyurethane foam) and tends to remember your body shape after a while. That's why it has earned the name 'memory' foam.

                One thing to note is that traditional memory foam has had long-standing issues with reduced responsiveness, chemical off-gassing, and heat retention. To counter the heat retention issue, many modern memory foam mattresses come with a cooling gel memory foam top layer, which better regulates body temperature. Chemical off-gassing and reduced responsiveness, however, are still issues present in traditional memory foam RV mattress types.

              2. Gel Memory Foam Mattress

                Certipur us certified gel memory foam mattress

                A gel memory foam mattress combines the benefits of a traditional memory foam mattress with cooling gel technology. There is a layer of cooling gel memory foam atop these mattress types, and it contains cooling gel beads that help dissipate heat, keeping the mattress surface cool. A gel memory foam mattress is also slightly more responsive than a traditional memory foam mattress.

                Ultimately, the gel memory foam mattress is ideal for RVs where temperature control might be a concern. But although a gel memory foam mattress keeps you cooler than a traditional memory foam mattress, the issue of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) off-gassing might be a turn-off for some.

              3. Latex Mattress

                Latex mattress

                Latex mattresses are an eco-friendly RV mattress alternative to traditional and gel memory foam mattress types. They are usually made of natural latex foam and are renowned for their responsive, bouncy feel. Latex mattresses provide a balance of comfort and support while also excelling in cooling, durability, eco-friendliness, motion isolation, noiselessness, and edge support. Essentially, they provide you with all the benefits of a memory foam mattress minus its drawbacks.

                There are plenty of other synthetic latex mattress options in the mattress industry. Though cheaper than natural latex beds, we do not recommend these synthetic options. They fail to offer many of the core benefits offered by a natural latex RV mattress.

              4. Hybrid Mattress

                Hybrid mattress

                Hybrid mattresses combine foam comfort layers with spring support cores to give you the best of both worlds. A luxury hybrid mattress typically features a pocketed coil support system along with layers of memory foam or latex on top. This type of RV mattress offers a balance of support, comfort, and breathability.

              5. Innerspring Mattress

                Innersrping mattress

                Innerspring mattresses are one of the oldest mattress types to exist. They use a system of steel coils as the core material and are known for their traditional bounce and firm feel. Traditional innerspring mattress types used Bonnell coils or continuous coils, which were wrapped in layers of fabric/padding. Innerspring mattresses are often more budget-friendly compared to most RV mattresses and can be a good choice for those who prefer a more traditional mattress feel.

              6. Air Mattress

                Air mattress

                Air mattresses are a bit different than regular mattresses due to the fact that they use air chambers as their support core. These air chambers can be inflated or deflated by the user, allowing for easy customization of mattress firmness and height. This customization feature can also be great for couples with differing preferences.

                Air mattresses are often better suited for temporary uses, especially in situations where portability and quick setup are essential. For regular, everyday use, standard mattresses like memory foam, innerspring, latex, or hybrid mattresses tend to be more suitable due to their consistent support and durability.

              What is the best RV short queen mattress type?

              The best RV short queen mattress type is undeniably the Natural Latex Mattress. Its distinct advantages set it apart as the perfect mattress choice for your RV.

              Latex mattress benefits

              Characterized by remarkable comfort and unwavering support, a natural latex mattress conforms very well to your body contours while providing consistent stability throughout the night.

              Durability is a hallmark of latex mattresses, ensuring a longer lifespan and better resilience compared to other options like an innerspring or memory foam mattress.

              The innate breathability of latex, stemming from its open-cell structure, facilitates optimal airflow and temperature regulation, making it ideal for the confined quarters of an RV.

              The superior motion isolation and edge support offered by latex minimize disturbance from sleeping partners and maximize mattress space, further enhancing your sleep quality.

              Choosing a natural latex mattress also aligns with eco-consciousness, as it originates from sustainable rubber tree sap, championing an environmentally friendly bedding solution.

              Nevertheless, while a natural latex mattress is highly recommended, it's vital to assess individual preferences and specific sleep needs to ensure the best RV mattress for your RV adventures!

              Mattress qualities to look for when seeking the best RV short queen mattress

              Mattress shopping

              Keep an eye out for these mattress qualities when seeking the best RV queen short mattress -

              • Customizable Firmness and Thickness: Look for RV mattress options that allow you to adjust the firmness and thickness to match your individual comfort needs.

              • Optimal Support and Cushioning: Ensure the RV mattress provides both adequate support for your body and the right amount of cushioning for a comfortable sleep.

              • Durability and Resilience: Choose an RV mattress that is built to last and can withstand the demands of RV travel over time.

              • Temperature Regulation: Seek an RV mattress with temperature-regulating features, like a latex or hybrid mattress, to prevent overheating during sleep. Avoid opting for mattress types like the traditional memory foam mattress if you seek better cooling.

              • Motion Isolation: Opt for an RV mattress that minimizes motion transfer, ensuring undisturbed sleep, especially when sharing the bed.

              • Edge Support: Check for strong edge support to maximize the usable sleep surface and prevent sagging.

              • Minimum Noise Level: Choose an RV mattress that produces minimal noise when you move, ensuring a quiet and peaceful sleep environment.

              • Certifications and Reviews: Certifications like CertiPUR-US for the memory foam mattress type and GOLS for the latex mattress type ensure eco-friendliness, quality, and safety. Also, read reviews to gauge other users' experiences.

              • Warranty and Trial Period: Ensure the RV mattress comes with a suitable warranty and a trial period, allowing you to test its comfort, support, and performance.

              The best RV mattresses should contain many, if not all, of these perks in sufficient amounts.

              RV Short Queen Mattress FAQs

              1. What is a short queen-size mattress?

                An RV mattress short queen size is a compact bedding option designed to fit RVs and campers, offering queen-like comfort but with a shorter length.

              2. What are short queen dimensions vs queen?

                Short queen RV mattresses measure 60 inches wide and 75 inches long. Regular queen or RV queen size mattresses measure 60 inches wide and 80 inches long.

              3. Can you use queen sheets on a short queen?

                Generally speaking, regular queen sheets fit on a short queen mattress. Fitted sheets, however, might be harder to deal with.

              4. How big is a camper queen mattress?

                A camper queen mattress, otherwise known as an RV queen mattress, measures 60 inches wide and 80 inches long.

              5. Where should I buy my RV mattress from?

                We'd suggest trying out various RV mattresses first in-store to see if they fit. Then we recommend searching online stores like Turmerry, Brooklyn Bedding, and Amazon for similar RV mattress models at reduced prices.

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