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Eric and Marissa always wanted to travel, but their non-remote jobs were holding them back. Once the couple figured out ways to manage a couple of Airbnbs and a rental van, they found the freedom to enjoy life on the road!

Their camper sits on top of a flatbed truck and has all kinds of amenities, like a wet bath (with a Natureś Head composting toilet), a fixed queen bed over the cab, and an awesome little kitchen that makes it easy to cook great meals. Enjoy the tour!

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Their Amazing Converted Truck Camper

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Erin and Joe were slowly sucked into van life after a fun road trip left them wanting more. They completed their build in early 2020 and decided to go ahead with traveling to outdoor spots after lockdown. They needed a bed that could fit Joe at 6 ft. 4 in., so they have a couch that becomes an almost-queen.

They also have an awesome 900-watt solar system with articulating solar panels that track the sunshine to maximize solar input! After a couple of years in this smaller rig, they are wanting to upgrade so they can host guests while on the road.

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Van w/ Couch-to-Bed For Sale: $55K

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Allison and Eric started off backpacking around the world, and when their backs started hurting, they turned to suitcase travel. But in 2020, they decided to fulfill their longtime dream of renovating a vintage RV and finally seeing the United States!

They didn’t realize upon purchasing their 70s Class C campervan that it had so much mold and mildew damage that the entire interior would need to be gutted, so the project took them a couple of years to complete. They documented the entire build on YouTube, so you can learn a thing or two about the conversion process!

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Former World Travelers’ Show-Off DIY Build, “Clementine”

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Are you looking for weekend adventures but not in the mood to set up tents but also don’t have the space to store an RV? That’s where the father-and-son duo that came up with the idea for the Hitch Hotel found themselves a few years ago. And they decided to do something about it.

The Hitch Hotel was once a Kickstarter, but is now ready for preorder, with delivery between February 1 and March 15, 2023. The camper collapses to under 4 feet long — making it easy to store — and expands to over 7 ft to provide ample room for sleeping. What do you think?

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Hitch Hotel Expanding Camper Lets Anyone Have an RV

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Images: Hitch Hotel

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One of the reasons Boho Life converts vans are as rentals for people wanting to try out #vanlife for a bit or who just want to travel. But before the vans get too many miles, they put the rentals up for sale! It’s a great way to get a professionally-converted van for less.

The Knight is the most recent Boho Van for sale for $87,500. It features an all-pine interior with a fixed bed, a wide-open garage, a swivel seat, and an amazing solar setup. Take a look!

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Pine-Clad Interior Built for Adventure

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Images: Boho.Life

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Ford has just released a revolutionary model for the RV camper market- the 2023 Ford Transit Trail. This $65,975 model is designed for those who want to live the adventure of van life.

It features off-road modifications like extra ground clearance and all-terrain tires, making it great for anyone wanting to explore and adventure. It also comes with front swiveling seats and optional roof-mounted ventilation, giving you a headstart on your van conversion. Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or a camper-van builder, the Transit Trail can be a great new option. Did I mention it also has AWD? What do you think?

2023 Ford Transit Trail Camper Van

2023 Ford Transit Trail

2023 Transit Trail – Lifestyle. (2023 Ford Transit Trail available Fall 2022. Preproduction model shown.) Images: Ford

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Just wait until you see the incredible off-roading Jeep Camper this family lives in — full-time! Julie, Chris, and their two boys loved camping and kept taking longer and longer trips until they realized they could put “normal” behind them and DIY their own overland camping set-up!

They have a beefed-up Jeep that tows a military trailer holding much of their gear as well as a tent-on-stilts that keeps them off of wet, muddy, or rocky ground while sleeping. Their elaborate first aid kit and technical know-how to fix any issue show you what a remarkable family this really is! Learn more about them as well as the beauty of Jeep campers below!

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Family’s Life in their Overland Jeep Wrangler with a Camper Trailer

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Angela and Sky saw a Scamp while they were camping with their parents once and fell in love with it. For two years, the couple kept searching for a Scamp of their own to renovate, when they discovered their neighbor was selling his 1997 16′ Layout A one.

Once it was theirs, Angela went to work transforming it into an adorable vacation camper for them and their 5-year-old daughter. She went with a pine/cactus/Southwestern theme and the results are truly lovely! Would you enjoy a Scamp?

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Southwestern Style in Cute Compact Camper

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Luz started her tiny living journey by building out the back of her Subaru Forester. After about 8 months on the road, she upgraded to her awesome A-Liner camper, which she lives in full-time (without running water!). She has some solar-powered battery banks to charge her devices and uses solar lights indoors.

During her life on the road, she co-founded Latinx Hikers, a community for Latinx travelers, nomads, and outdoor enthusiasts. She doesn’t sugar-coat how scary it was at the beginning to travel alone as a woman of color, but some two years into the adventure, she has finally found her stride. Enjoy her interview below!

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Pulling Her Home w/ a Subaru Forester

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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