The story of how Deborah Kane left a high-profile public policy role to create GoCamp, as reported by Oregon Business Magazine.
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.
Do you hear that? The soft sounds of autumn are whispering, “Come find me.” Fall in love with the open road, and celebrate the magic of the equinox one mile at a time. GoCamp has the wheels you need to take you on your fall road trip!
🍂 It’s here! It’s here! 🍂 Fall means open roads, vacant campsites, and lower rental rates. Fall is the perfect time of year to rent a camper van! Curious what you should go to with your GoCamp van? Here’s a list of our favorite fall activities.
You get it all from this classic Oregon Tour. Waterfalls, forests, scenic highways, beaches … Best head out of Portland as early as you can in your GoCamp camper van. Your first stop? Multnomah Falls.
One of the best parts about camping in a van is the cooking is really easy. We send you off with tons of cookware to make a feast. So let’s talk about provisioning for your trip.
This weekend route north of San Fransisco is perfect for a quick escape from the city. You’ll see Mount Tamalpais, Stinson Beach, Wright’s Beach and finally Point Reyes. Then head home refreshed and ready for another work week!
Take this classic Oregon road trip and you’ll see rivers, waterfalls, majestic forests and the bluest lake imaginable. Apart from route suggestions and camping recommendations, we also include tips on where to eat and what to do along the way.
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.