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Under $150: 10 Cute Campervans Ready To Take You Away This Weekend


Cue the warm weather and surmounting desire to get outside and explore everything nature has to offer. Summer is here and Outdoorsy has the perfect adventure-ready rental waiting for you to explore all it has to offer. The best part is, you can find some super affordable options — in fact, here are 10 cute campervans that come in at under $150 a night. Reserve one of these rigs for your next getaway and get ready to hit the road this weekend. 

San Francisco, California; $120 per night

There are some amazing places to visit right outside of San Francisco (hello Redwoods!). You can rent this adorable custom 2011 Ford Campervan for $120 a night and it comes with a Queen size memory foam bed, a generator, a battery for charging electronics, a 2-burner propane stove, pots and pans, LED lighting, and tons of storage.

Mills River, North Carolina; $125 per night

At only $125 per night, this Sumpvee (sport utility multi-purpose van) V3 Custom Promaster Campervan can be all yours! Equipped with solar, you can take this cute van straight out into the wilderness without staying in a campground. It also features an air conditioner and heater, a microwave, toilet, stove top burner, and even an outside shower. 

 

Hallandale Beach, Florida; $99 per night

Who wouldn’t want to ride around in the Scooby mobile? This one-of-a-kind art campervan was painted by a local Miami artist during Art Base. For only $99 a night you can cruise to your favorite Florida destination in style (perhaps the Keys?). It comes with a queen size mattress that folds up into a dining area, a fully stocked kitchenette with a 2-burner stove, and a cooler for storing food.

Salt Lake City, Utah; $89 per night 

Salt Lake City has some amazing places to explore — and what better way to do so than in this 2012 Ford Transit Connect. For only $89 a night, you can be outside the city in no time. It features a large awning for some shade, a Yeti cooler, a 2-burner stove, a convenient slide-out kitchen fully stocked with cookware, and a large cargo box on the roof for extra storage.

Chicago, Illinois; $89 per night

When you think about Chicago, usually camping doesn’t come to mind, but for $89 a night you can get out of the city in this Camper Minivan. Featuring a rooftop bed, this minivan seats 5 and sleeps 4. There is also a kitchenette that comes with a sink, a 2-burner stove, and a refrigerator. 

Traverse City, Michigan; $149 per night

Michigan has some beautiful off-the-beaten path places that would be perfect to take this 2016 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Adventure Van. At only $149 per night, it’s specifically designed to haul toys like bikes or motorcycles and comes with a portable toilet, unlimited generator usage, a full-size loft bed, a portable propane grill, stovetop, and a hot water shower setup. 

San Clemente, California; $125 per night

Southern California is a hub for vanlifers, with perfect weather, gorgeous beaches, and — bonus— you’re only a few hours from the mountains. This “Baja Bus,” a 1993 Ford Sportsmobile Camper, is only $125 per night and is the perfect vehicle for your weekend getaway. This van is outfitted for the ultimate outdoor adventure with off-road tires, roof racks for hauling surfboards or stand up paddleboards, an 8-foot awning, and comes fully stocked inside with a 2-burner stove, and all the kitchen essentials. 

Portland, Oregon; $150 per night

What better way to explore the beauty of Oregon than in this Vanagon Camper for only $150 per night? Nicknamed Maupin, it’s the perfect vehicle to explore the lesser known areas around Portland. It has recently been updated with small details that make all the difference. This rig features brand new speakers, an aux battery that powers the fridge and your electronic devices, screens for the sliding windows to keep the air flowing inside the van, the kitchenette has a 2 burner stove, pots and pans, and sleeps 4 people. 

Seattle, Washington; $150 per night

This 1979 Volkswagen T2 Westfalia is $150 per night and is the perfect vehicle to get you around the Pacific Northwest. It doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles, just the basics, including a stove, and is a stick shift. If you’re able to spend the weekend without the creature comforts of home, this is your van! 

Austin, Texas; $125 per night

Texas has many hidden gems just waiting to be explored in this Voyager Minny Campervan. For $125 a night, it features an air conditioner and heater, a memory foam full-size mattress, a stove, cooler for food storage, and has lots of extra storage. If you want to bring bikes, there is a bike rack that can be requested. It’s even pet- and festival-friendly, so you can hit the trails with your four-legged friend, or take it on an adventure to a big music festival. 

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