Ours sleeps ten. They would not be able to turn around. We sleep two unless it is in our driveway and we are in our beds in the house.
But we do know people who have RVs smaller than ours who take company almost every time they go. Just not for us, our company sleeps in a tent we set up on our lot.
Our dog is like a Microsoft program in bed. He expands to take up all available room and resources. He starts out curled into a nice compact little ball but by the end of the night he is stretched out with all 4 legs straight and his head on a pillow!
Both retired. Travel with Nicky the Schnoodle. Son graduated and is teaching high school math. We still love our 2006 34' Allegro Bay XB and have 50,000+ miles on her.
They claim our couch has a pull-out air mattress under it. I wouldn't know, 'cause all my stuff just sleeps two humans, + assorted dogs.
Our Wolf Pack was 18' and supposedly slept six. Turns out it didn't sleep even one comfortably. Our boat supposedly slept six. It did manage to sleep two reasonably well. I miss being rocked to sleep. Not much water up here.
'11 Eagle 320RLDS
'02 Ford F350 DRW 7.3 PSD, PacBrake,
6.0 cooler, Ford AIS, Isspro trans. gauge
Flashpaq tuner, AirLift airbags
2013 Ford Expedition King Ranch
We like the 6/4/2 rule, although with the grandchildren we cheat.
I first thought that the OP was speaking about the State of Montana, which is also big.
It reminded me of a quote (paraphrased) by John Kenneth Galbraith when talking to a Texas rancher. The rancher says... it takes me a day and a half to drive across my ranch. Galbraith answers... I used to have a truck like that.
2008 Itasca SunCruiser 35L
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo