Conversion Van Camping Tips

April 6th, 2010 by


Conversion Van Camping


Camping is by far one of the cheapest ways to travel, and if you’re looking to take your conversion van out on the road, this may be the best thing to do. When you go camping with a conversion van, you won’t have to tow a trailer, and you don’t have to worry about a ridiculous gas bill.

I wanted to write this blog to give our readers a few tips that they can use for when they take their conversion vans out on the road. These tips may help you get the most out of your trip.

Pack all of the essentials. Before you even leave, be sure that you have everything that you need. There are some things that you may forget. You will want to grab things such as bed sheets, your toiletries, food, clothing, and anything else you may think you will need at the campground.

Bring storage bins. When traveling, you need a system of organization to keep your space inside the van livable. A good way to keep space open, despite carrying many things, is to use plastic storage bins. You can buy them just about anywhere, they stack well, they’re rainproof, and if you need extra room at night, you can put them either on top of the van or underneath.

Watch the heat. Camping in a van can get cold at times, but you should never leave your van running overnight. The danger of carbon monoxide poisoning is too great. If you find yourself in a colder climate, you may want to think about bringing along special sleeping bags or more blankets than you think you’ll need.

Dave Arbogast has a huge selection of camper vans and conversion vans to make your camping adventures comfortable.  Call us at 1-866-975-3287 for details!

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