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At the start of every year we host a van owner gathering so we can celebrate the past season and strategize on how to deliver the best possible customer experience in the next. We want to make sure everybody is enjoying the journey. Join us at an upcoming meeting to learn more about listing your van on GoCamp.
The #1 question van owners ask before listing their van on GoCamp is: “How much money will I make if I rent my van on GoCamp?” The short answer is that last year van owners in the GoCamp fleet made as much as $23,000 by renting their camper vans through GoCamp. Simply put, we turn driveway downtime into easy income.
It’s like Airbnb, but for camper vans, and GoCamp generates more leads, more customers (and more revenue!) for van owners than any other rental platform. Listing is FREE and we manage just about every detail imaginable.
How to top an epic wedding? With an equally memorable camper van honeymoon of course. Bri and Justin set out on their 🚐🍯🌙 for a 3,000 mile journey throughout the Southwest. Bri says, “we’re hooked on van living. We’ve been driving a ton, listening to country music, taking in the insane landscapes, camping, cooking over the fire, curling up with a space heater at night, and stopping at tons of thrift stores and restaurants along the way. Honeymoon in a GoCamp van was the way to go!”
Learn the difference between a “Camper” and a “Weekender” so that you can make the best choice when selecting your GoCamp camper van rental. Our nifty illustrations highlight the key features of each style of Volkswagen camper van.
Eurovan Weekenders have extra space. More space often translates to more people having fun. Weekenders seat three in the back seat, and also include a rear facing jump seat behind the driver for a total of 6 passengers.
GoCamp offers two different types of VW Eurovans – what are called “Campers” and “Weekenders.” Both styles have the fun pop top. The big difference relates to how the space in the main cabin is used. Campers have a little kitchenette inside the van that includes a sink, 12 gallons of water capacity, a two-burner gas stove, and either a small fridge or a cooler.