If you’re planning a road trip and considering renting a camper van, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will give you all the information you need to know about renting a camper van, from finding the perfect one for your needs to packing it full of all the essentials for a comfortable journey.

When it comes to choosing a Las Vegas camper van rental company, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, while the big RV’s may look enticing, like a condo on wheels, but not only do they get terrible fuel economy they will limit your access to fun and adventure! Not only are they slow and cumbersome (parking is a nightmare) but your campgrounds will require ‘full hookups,’ which costs double to triple what a standard campground costs. For these reasons, we recommend avoiding the class A and Class C RV’s and opting instead for a smaller, more manageable camper van.

There are many camper van rental companies out there, but none offer what VegasCampers does. We have a small fleet of 9 campers all at very reasonable prices. Plus, their customer service is excellent, which is always a bonus when dealing with rentals. Most helpful is that the vans come fully stocked. You get linens, blankets, sleeping bags, towels, cookware, silverware… literally everything you need except for hiking boots, camera, and bathroom bag!

Either way, Once you’ve chosen your rental company, it’s time to start thinking about what kind of van you want to rent. There are two main types of vans: conversion vans and minivans. Conversion vans have been converted from their original use (usually a cargo or passenger van) into a camper van, complete with beds, kitchenettes, and sometimes even a bathroom. Minivans, on the other hand, have not been converted and you’d need to bring your own camping gear. Both have their pros and cons, so it’s important to decide which one is right for you.

If you’re looking for a comfortable place to sleep on your trip, then a conversion van is probably your best bet. These vans usually have a bed or two, as well as some storage space for your belongings. Keep in mind that conversion vans can be more expensive than minivans, and they may not get as good gas mileage.

Minivans are a great option if you’re looking for something more budget-friendly. They’re also easier to drive and maneuver than larger RVs. However, you will need to bring your own camping gear, including a tent, sleeping bags, and pillows.

Once you’ve decided on the type of van you want to rent, it’s time to start packing! When packing for a road trip, it’s important to remember the essentials: food, water, clothes, and toiletries. However, there are a few other things you’ll need for your camper van rental, such as bedding and kitchen supplies.

Bedding is one of the most important things to pack for your trip. You’ll need sheets, blankets, and pillows for each person in your group. If you’re renting a minivan, you may also want to bring a camping mattress or air mattress.

Kitchen supplies are also a must-have when renting a camper van. Make sure to pack dishes, pots and pans, utensils, and food. It’s also a good idea to bring along some basics like salt, pepper, and sugar.

Finally, don’t forget to pack your toiletries! This includes items like toothpaste, toilet paper, shampoo, and soap.

Now that you know what to pack for your trip, you’re ready to hit the road! Remember to drive safely and have fun!

If you don’t want to have to mess with any of that or have the stress of packing and shopping for those supplies, you can rent a fully-stocked camper van from VegasCampers and you’ll be all set with a comfortable bed for two, sink, refrigerator, kitchen supplies, bedding, a portable shower, lawn chairs, and more!