This page has been designed to give you a heads up on the booking method.
ONCE YOU LEAVE THIS PAGE, you are immediately going to be directed to the Outdoorsy website, and OFF this website.
Before you go, we want you to know what to expect when you get there, ok?
Make sure, however - that if you have NEVER booked a camper through Outdoorsy, you sign up for their service by CLICKING HERE
(save $50 on the booking fee when doing so)
ON BECOMING A "VERIFIED DRIVER"...
They will insist that you become a verified driver. Do it.
How do I contact Outdoorsy? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (877) 723-7232. If you need an immediate answer, write a message using our live chat feature located at the bottom right corner of Outdoorsy.com.
Outdoorsy has upped their reservation requirement fee to $500.00 ON NEWLY LISTED CAMPERS. However, all our campers (except the Bumblebear) are available at a $300 refundable deposit rate. The deposit is returned, minus any damages that may have occurred during your rental, within 5-7 business days.
We ask for cancellation 7 days prior to the pickup date You will be refunded 75% of the total costs minus service fees. 50 percent of the reservation costs are fully refundable if you choose to cancel within 7 days on your RV trip.
When you visit the booking site, Outdoorsy makes finding available dates very simple. See photo below.
Outdoorsy.com charges US 20% of your booking fee - and you 10% for the services they offer you. To save $50 or more, click onn the button below to sign up for Outdoorsy.
This can be applied to ANY CAMPER IN THE US or CANADA you rent (not just OUR vintage campers)...
It is the reason why you are seeing this page:
we want to save you money, and make sure you get the camper you want, even if it is not ours!
Why do we use Outdoorsy?
To whet your appetite!
VINTAGE CAMPER TRAILERS
Vintage camper trailers are a unique symbol of midcentury America that resonates with many people. This book introduces many of those people, along with the trailers they’ve lovingly maintained or restored. It includes hundreds of photographs of everything from fancy and comfortable trailers designed for glamping (glamorous camping), to trailers handed down through families across generations, and even entrepreneurs who have transformed their trailers into vending booths.
Paul Lacitinola enjoys everything about vintage camper trailers, including rescuing, restoring, and rallying. In 2011, he began publishing the first U.S.-based magazine for collectors, restorers, and admirers of American-made camper trailers, Vintage Camper Trailers, which now has thousands of subscribers in more than a dozen different countries. He lives in Elverta, California.
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