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Wandering Alice

4.73 reviews
Folding trailerCedarburg, WI
Sleeps 5
19 ft. long
Pet friendly
Offers delivery

This 1996 Fleetwood Coleman Cheyenne pop-up tent camper, who we have affectionately named Alice, has been completely remodeled to a cozy, chic, rustic camper ready for your next adventure. We are near Door County, The Kettle Morraine, Lake Michigan, and many State Parks ready for you to explore! Alice is great for families with children!Alice comfortably sleeps 5 adults, with one king bed, one full bed, and the dinette folds down into a twin bed. To keep you cool in the summer heat, Alice has a rooftop air conditioning unit, and to keep you warm during cold fall nights Alice has a brand new electric heater. We have installed fun LED color-changing mood lights to gently light the camper at night.The front of Alice has a large locking storage.For those who need their morning cup of joe, Alice comes with a 3-in-1 breakfast station that includes a coffee pot! Light cooking can be done on the small skillet and toasting in the toaster oven. All cooking should be done outside of the camper (besides coffee or tea) for sanitation and safety purposes. Included in your rental fee is basic utensils for cooking as well as white linens.Alice is a dry camper, she does not have running water or propane. We suggest bringing bottled water for cooking and drinking. We recommend cooking over a fire ring (the best!) or anything available to you at your campsite.Alice requires 30 amp hookups and has a gross weight of 1,775 lbs and is about 19 feet long. Amp power should not exceed 30. To tow Alice, you will need a 2-inch ball and 4 pin connector. If you don't have these items you can rent them from us for an additional fee.We installed new tires this season.Please Note: At this time we have a later pickup time of 6pm if this time does not work for you please reach out to us. We will try our best to work with you to fit your needs. What's includedFresh white linens for each bed and basic camping utensils ( spoons, forks) are included.3 in 1 breakfast station for light cooking and coffee/teaRecommendationsThere are many state parks near us! Some of our favorite places to camp are up in Door County! Door County has numerous attractions from Spring to Fall, including wineries, lake views, and hiking trails. Later in October, there is a chance you could see the Northern Lights!The Dells is another good choice! Pick from privately owned campgrounds or state parks! Devils Lake is one of the most popular state parks in Wisconsin with it's beautiful views. Other things to noteSmall to medium ( no more than 45 lbs), well-behaved, potty-trained dogs are welcome. Please pick up after your dog according to park rules. Please also be sure where your camp allows dogs, not all private campgrounds allow pets. We will charge a $200 fee for any pets that are not disclosed to us before your departure.No parties, festivals, or tailgating.Our unit does not have running water or propane tanks. The unit requires a 30 amp hookup to use the electrical ( including heater, A/C, lights, fridge). Please bring bottled water for consumption.Please be sure your vehicle is capable of towing this trailer. Weights and towing equipment needed are listed in the listing. You can rent towing equipment from us if you need it. For an additional fee, we can tow the camper for you within 75 miles from Milwaukee.State law requires you to have the minimum liability vehicle insurance which we will also need proof of before departure.When you pick up from us we will go over the setup and takedown with you as well as safety tips when towing. This is required by Outdoorsy and will take about 30 to 45 minutes. There will also be a spare tire available.No one other than the renter on file should be towing this trailer. The driver should not be under the age of 21.No cleaning of any game in the camper. This includes but is not limited to fish, deer, rabbits, and squirrels.


1996 Coleman Other
  • Sleeps 5


  • Refrigerator
  • Dining table
  • Heater
  • Air conditioner
  • Extra storage

Meet your host, Miranda

Member since 2020

**Available for rent for the 2021 Camping season** Rent our charming fully remodeled 1997 Coleman Cheyenne pop-up tent camper that we have affectionately named Alice. This camper comfortably sleeps 5 adults with one King bed, one Double bed, and the dinette folds down into an additional Twin bed. Alice comes with a fully functional air conditioning unit, an infrared heater, and a small fridge. Brew your morning cup of coffee with our 3-in-1 breakfast unit. We kindly ask that all cooking be done outside of the camper for safety and sanitation purposes.

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Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No tailgating
  • No smoking
  • Unlimited mileage
24/7 roadside assistance
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Pet Fee
One small to medium size dog is allowed 45lbs or less
Towing Equipment
You can rent a hitch and 2 inch ball from us if needed

Availability and rates


There’s a 1 night minimum stay

  • Weekly (7+ nights): 15% off nightly rate
  • Monthly (28+ nights): 25% off nightly rate
  • Security deposit: $500.00 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: $15.00

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Q.What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
Pick up Starting 8:00 AM day of reservation. Drop off is 7:00 PM on drop off date. We are flexible and will try to work with your needs.

Q.Are there any special tricks and tips that would help with operating the RV easily?
Video will be available to help with setup and takedown.

Q.Am I allowed to bring my dog?
Friendly, well-behaved, potty trained dogs are welcome in our campers. Dogs should not be left alone in any of our campers at any time. Please pick up after your dog according to park policies.

Q.Does this camper have running water and a stove?
This camper DOES NOT have running water or a stove. A 3-in-1 breakfast station will be available for very basic cooking needs including a coffee maker. Cooking should be done outside of the camper at all times. Making coffee in the camper is fine.


Cedarburg, Wisconsin

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