Tla-na-na (the Inuit word for snow mixed with the sound of old rock and roll) is a spacious, versatile and spirited road tripper. Well-maintained with a great after-market sound system, she drives like a champ and will lead you to boundless adventure and good times.
Recent reviews: "I can't think of a better way to explore the Pacific Northwest. This van had it all, including great coffee! We went out in the fall and we were cozy and warm all cuddled up in Pendleton blankets feeling sorry for people in tents. Can't say enough good things about this camper van experience. We'll definitely do it again. Thanks Pat and Jody!!" (To read more reviews see https://gocampcampervans.com/fanmail/.)
This is the “Weekender” version of the Eurovan; it does not include the kitchenette, instead the backseat and lower bed are extra large, a great trade off, and we send you off with everything you’ll need to cook outside the van. It sleeps four people in two full sized beds (two up in the pop top, two below) and has a folding down table in the main cabin so that you can eat inside or play cards at night in the van.
Tla-na-na is a manual transmission so drivers should be comfortable with a stick shift.
Eating and Drinking: Plates, bowls, mugs, cups, wine glasses, silverware, etc. It's all there, plus a few local treats.
Cooking: Pots, pans, kettle, mixing bowls, colander, cutting board, good sharp knives, grater, coffee press, etc. Everything you’d expect, and much more, is included.
Sleeping: Vans have bedding for four people - either in the form of sleeping bags or sheets and comforters - with four pillows. Four towels are also provided.
Camping: A small camp table, four camp chairs, two headlamps and various other camping items are included.
Special Features: All GoCamp camper vans have the basics above, and each van also has its own unique features. You’ll be sent a detailed list of all the items included in the van before your trip so you can plan accordingly.
Extra Passengers: Traveling with more than four people? This van can accommodate 7 passengers. Let us know if you need extra bedding, a tent, more camp chairs, etc.
Range: This van is available for travel in the greater Cascadia Region (OR, WA, ID, MT, CA) and British Columbia.
Pets: Pets are allowed in Tla-na-na.
24-Hour Roadside Assistance: Mandatory. You must either purchase Coach-Net's 24-Hour Roadside Assistance package as part of your rental, or show proof of comparable 24-Hour Roadside Assistance (such as AAA PREMIUM).
Seasonal Rates and Minimum Rentals:
May - Sept: $185/night w a 5 night minimum
Oct - Apr: $160/night w a 2 night minimum
Pick Up and Drop Off: Southeast Portland, near Mt Tabor.
For more information: www.gocampcampervans.com