Our Campervan has it all for every excursion. The high top means you stand up straight, even if you're 6'3". There is a queen bed with memory foam mattress. Complete kitchen set up, sink (HOT and cold water), dishes, griddle, propane stove (portable if you want to cook outside), pots, pans, microwave, everything you need. Storage is abundant over the bed, under the bed, and in the kitchen. We have a portable toilet with 2.5 gallon holding tank, 30 gallon fresh water tank, and easy dump grey water tank. There is an outdoor shower at the back with hot and cold water. The van has a table, 2 chairs, umbrella, picnic blanket, and all accessories needed for overnight fun. Battery bank of 200 amp hours means you can spend the night off grid and still have all the comforts of electricity. The refrigerator can hold 50 qts of food. Electric plugs are available for charging your accessories. Roof fan and small heater for those cool nights. Bring your clothes and you're all set!
- Sleeps: 2 guests
- Seats: 2 seatbelts
- Fresh water tank: 30 gallons
- Fuel: Gas
- Pets not allowed
- No music festivals
- Tailgating friendly
- No smoking
- Daily$250.00 /night
- Weekly$291.43 /night-16.6% discount
- Monthly$301.79 /night-20.8% discount
It was good. They are very accommodative and flexible. Will recommend and work again.
Christy and her husband, Matt were wonderful hosts. The van, as a vehicle, runs great. However, the RV part of the van is artisanal, improvised and full of surprises. Because of poor insulation to a ceiling fan, after the first rain, the bed was all soaked, therefore unusable. This led to the need of renting hotel rooms for the whole period of our trip, which doubled our trip expenses. Under ideal circumstances, outdoorsy.com should have reimbursed at least half of the invested money to the renter. Otherwise, nature in Montana is absolutely breath taking.
At departure the renter’s son indicated they had hotel reservations for the two nights they rented the van, as it was a father/son holiday and they didn’t want to share a queen bed. Unfortunately, I was unaware of the renters desire for any compensation as he never requested it. I did note a small leak from the fan and would have been willing to work out arrangements had he said something. Communication is key when mishaps occur, and often prevent issues like this.
1 Photo submitted by Romulus C.