Head straight for starry nights in Selma
Selma is a 1987 Volkswagen Vanagon Camper. She has it all: a new foam mattresses, new pop up tent, auxiliary battery system, new fridge, stereo with Sirius mount, exterior awning, rear hitch bike rack, and Yakima roof rack system. Also, Selma is an automatic transmission – no stick shift on this one.
Selma is a perfect example of the brilliance of the Vanagon design. There just isn’t an inch of wasted space. And even with all the cool cabinetry, the vans typically have about 93 cubic feet of available cargo space, that’s more than most vans on the market today. And none of those will cook you eggs and bacon in the morning. Rent this camper van and see for yourself what all the Volkswagen Westfalia fuss is about.
Selma recently took a trip to Cottonwood Canyon State Park, where all of the photos you see here were taken. She likes to stay close to home, so trips within Oregon and Washington are preferred.
At a Glance
- Seats: 4
- Sleeps: 4
- Pet Friendly: Yes
- One-Way: No
- Transmission: Automatic
- Length: 15 feet
- Drive: 2WD
- Fuel: Gas
- May-Sept Minimum Nights: 3
- Oct-April Minimum Nights: 2
- Bike Rack
- Dining Table
- Kitchen Sink
- Stove / Range
- 13 gallon Water Tank
Hop in and Go
All vans are considered “road trip ready.” Whether you are flying in from out of town or looking to explore your own backyard, all you really need to do is stop for groceries before hitting the road. All cookware and tableware is included, as is bedding and a wide array of camping gear. You’ll be sent a detailed list of all the items included in the van before your trip so you can plan accordingly. Select any of the optional add-ons listed below when completing your reservation.
2+ DriversYour reservation already includes costs to verify up to two drivers. Will you have more than two drivers? Add additional driver verifications to your reservation.$10.00
Add a half day to your rentalRental days are based on a 24-hour period. If you pick up at 10 am you are generally expected to return at 10 am. Want to pick up your van in the morning, but drop it off in the evening? Add a half day to your rental.$100.00
Pet feeThis vehicle is pet friendly. Bring Rover!$125.00
Bike rackHolds up to two bikes.$35.00
Roof boxGreat for hauling extra gear.$35.00
Electric coolerKeep your perishables super cold.$55.00
Book Your Trip
Pick Up and Drop Off
Rentals are Calculated on a 24-hour Basis: The rental period is generally considered to be 24 hours. If you pick up the van at 10 am, you’ll be expected to return it around 10 am. Most van owners can accommodate requests for a few extra hours at $20/hour. Alternatively, if you want to pick up in the morning and drop off in the evening, simply select the optional half day add-on when completing your reservation.
Pick Up and Drop Off Time: There is no set pick up and drop off time. You’ll make arrangements suited to your needs and schedule with the van’s owner. You can indicate your preferred pick up and drop off time when completing your reservation; final arrangements will be confirmed with the van’s owner.
How to Have the Best Time Ever
Need inspiration on where to go? Or help in selecting a campground? We’ve got you covered! Be sure to visit our Stories page for suggested routes and the inside skinny on how to have the most fun ever!
Updated as of March 2020. In light of concerns related to traveling during the novel coronavirus outbreak, we are waiving all cancellation and change fees. Whether you can cancel or change your camper van trip if you need to is something you can take off your worry list. We hope this situation ends soon, and we also hope you are able to get a break from it all in a camper van.
We will revert to our standard cancellation policy at a later time.