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About Us

A curated fleet and personal service​

Founded in 2017, Deborah Kane created GoCamp with one goal in mind:

make camping easy

The idea for this woman-led company was born directly from Deborah’s own life as a camper van owner and Airbnb host. Why not combine the two? GoCamp’s peer-to-peer platform enables van owners to earn extra income by renting out their camper vans, and gives renters an opportunity to experience #vanlife without having to purchase a van of their own.

GoCamp’s fleet is select and curated, featuring only the very best camper vans. With a wide variety of choices—from old-school Volkswagen Vanagons to newer Mercedes-Benz Sprinters, Storyteller Overland MODE4x4 adventure vans and much more—no two GoCamp vans are alike. But all are fully outfitted with everything a renter would need to hop in and go. Camping made easy indeed.

About Deborah

I love to camp, hike, mountain bike, and most of all, whitewater kayak. In early 2017 I left a successful career in public service that had me constantly flying back and forth across the country. I didn’t want to get on another airplane for a very long time. I am, however, always interested in hitting the road for a camping trip. See our Insider Tips page for more about me and my motivation for starting GoCamp. You can also read about us in Oregon Business Magazine or 1859 Oregon’s Magazine.

Most important, please know that my singular focus, and that of my team, is on making sure you have the time of your life in a GoCamp camper van. Never hesitate to reach out if we can answer a question, help you book a trip, or otherwise be of service.

GoCamp puts the customer first

“We snowboarded on Mt Hood and then hit the coast all in the same day. Epic trip. One of the embers from our camp fire burned a hole in the camp chair. We pointed it out to the van's owner, and offered to pay for the chair. Deborah's answer was basically "don't worry about it, just shows me you had a good time." Love this company. They put the customer first.”

James, in Deborah's personal van