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Meet the Fleet

 
 

Eurovan

Sometimes referred to as the older sibling to the classic Vanagon, Eurovans are just as stylish and maybe a little more sophisticated. Easy to drive, the Eurovan is considered car-like with its cruise control, power windows, power locks, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent suspension. In the summer, the A/C provides welcome relief, while winter camping is made possible by a propane furnace that keeps you toasty and warm.

With auxiliary battery power you can take these vans down forest service roads and go off-grid, or you can use the electrical hook-up outlet and plug into a campground for power as desired.

Eurovan Floorplan

Check individual listings for more details.

 

Vanagon

GoWesty describes the Vanagon as “the last of a now dead breed: rear engine, rear wheel drive, sit-over-the-front-wheels, lean-over-the-steering-wheel-listening-to-groovy-tunes kinda rig.” We agree. Vanagons are pretty special. The classic road trip vehicle, when you rent a GoCamp Vanagon you immediately join an exclusive club. On the road, you’ll be greeted by other Westy drivers with a cool head nod, maybe a slight raise of the index finger. Nod back; you got this.

Known for their iconic style, every inch of a Vanagon is put to good use, with clever, built-in cabinetry and detailing that you just don’t see anymore. Vanagons have a 96 inch wheelbase (as opposed to the Eurovan’s 136 inch wheelbase) and are very easy to maneuver, especially around winding forest service roads. They also generally have more ground clearance than the Eurovan.

Vanagon
Floorplan

Check individual listings for more details.

 

Vans sleep four, but More Can Go Along for the Ride.

GoCamp’s camper vans sleep up to four people, with two in the pop top, and two down below on the fold down rear seat. Several of our vans can accommodate additional passengers with an added bench seat. Overflow tents and extra bedding are available as needed. We offer both the 'Camper' and 'Weekender' version of these vans.

Campers include a kitchen set up: sink, 12-gallon water tank, and a two-burner gas stove with either a small fridge or a small cooler for keeping your perishables cold. The front seats can swivel to face the back when parked.

Weekenders have space. Without the built-in kitchenette, you’ll have 2
additional rear facing (removable) jump seats, a larger sleeping area and a more flexible floor plan. Rest assured, we send you off with a fully-equipped exterior
kitchen set up and everything you'll need to cook.