Enjoy the freedom of the open road
Members of the military dedicate their lives to protecting our rights and freedoms. As a way of saying thank you, GoCamp makes it easier for military personnel to experience the freedom of the open road by offering discounts on camper van rentals. All active duty personnel, reservists, retired military, and veterans are eligible to receive a 15% discount on a GoCamp camper van rental.
It’s hard to be away from family and friends for long stretches of time. And often harder still to reintegrate once you are home. If connecting deeply with loved ones on a discounted camping trip sounds appealing, please be in touch.
To redeem this GoCamp military discount, head to the Rent a Van page and enter your travel dates, select the van best suited to your vacation needs, and then get in touch with our reservation team either by phone (503-327-8512) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to verify your eligibility. We’ll ask to see your military id or something similar that identifies you as a service member.
Military personnel can get a discount on GoCamp camper vans at any time of the year. There are no travel restrictions related to the timing or duration of the trip.
Are you on an extended leave? In addition to the military discount, we also offer discounts on long-term trips. If you are planning to travel for an extended length of time, give us a call to discuss your trip. It varies by van, but depending on the length of your trip the long-term discount might be as high as 20% off the nightly rate. Looking for inspiration? Check out Leanna Trombino’s 31-night trip.
Holiday weekends like Independence Day, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day are popular times to go camping. They are also the perfect time to thank a veteran for their service to our country. Show your appreciation with a GoCamp gift card and let the service member in your life know about GoCamp’s 15% off military discount.
Military Appreciation Month, celebrated in May every year, honors everyone who has served in a branch of the US military and reminds us that we owe many of our freedoms to the sacrifices made by military personnel. The month-long celebration was formally introduced by Senator John McCain in 1999.