* See the country in a whole new way
* Alternative vacationing for adventuresome families and couples
* Great for intrepid solo travelers, too
There’s been an overwhelming trend on social platforms, like Instagram, to share photos of where you’ve woken up. It’s like a combination of those sneaker shots taken high above neon-laden cities and the need to flex on your followers (and haters) that you’re living the best life possible.
Booking your next vacation with the hopes of grabbing that Instagram-worthy shot isn’t, however, the worst thing in the world to take part in — especially if you’re traveling in one of these campers.
If nothing else, it gives you a reason to explore the beauty of this country. So go on an adventure this fall and see the changing of the leaves and anything else the vast landscape of America has to offer as you stay in one of these five share-worthy alternative stays.
1. Wander the Finger Lakes in Upstate New York
It doesn’t get much more minimalist than this trailered camper. Explore the Finger Lakes of upstate New York and catch the changing of the leaves. Most notable about this camper is that you can have it delivered to you.
Wander the Finger Lakes in Upstate New York
2. Climb the Rockies in VW Eurovan
Now is as good a time as any to start planning any upcoming ski trips and if the Rockies are in play, pick up this VW Eurovan when you touch down in Denver. It sleeps up to four and comes with all the amenities you’d need for a weekend trip or even a week long trip through the Centennial State. Oh, and it’s pet friendly too.
3. Check out the San Gabriel Valley in this Mercedes Benz Sprinter
Explore the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley (just an hour from Los Angeles) and beyond in this MB Sprinter turned camper. It’s fully loaded and perfect for couples looking for an adventure that isn’t too far from homebase.
Mercedes Benz Sprinter
4. Explore Oahu In A ’77 VW Bus
Have you ever wanted to explore the beaches of Oahu in a van? Well, now you can in this restored Volkswagen Westfalia van that’s been restored and lined with salvaged mango trees that are pretty old – maybe even 200 years old.
1977 VW Bus
5. Uncover Oahu in a VW camper
The thought of exploring Oahu via van sounds appealing, doesn’t it? Why pay an exorbitant amount of money on a hotel room when you plan to lay out on the beach and explore the island known as The Gathering Place? See more, experience more.
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