Do you dream about camping in a retro trailer and wonder how you can spend the night in a vintage camper even though you don’t own one? Your dreams can come true by renting a vintage camper from Route Fifty Campers!
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How you can spend the night in a vintage camper:
Even though you don’t own a cute retro camper, you can rent one from Route Fifty Campers! Based in Cincinnati, Route Fifty Campers offers one-of-a-kind vintage travel trailer rental accommodations. With a fleet of four refurbished trailers; a 1958 FAN, 1964 Winnebago, 1969 Aristocrat Lo-Liner and a 1985 Scamp, staying in one of their retro trailers will make you the star of the campground!
Rent a vintage camper today with these easy steps:
- Visit routefiftycampers.com
- Choose the camper you want to rent.
- Pick your campsite and length of time you want to camp.
- Decide if you want to tow it yourself or let them deliver, set-up and retrieve the camper for you.
- Enjoy the great outdoors and the updated amenities of your vintage camper!
Getting to your campsite with your vintage camper:
Route Fifty Campers can deliver, set-up and retrieve your vintage camper accommodations. Delivery zones are based in southwestern Ohio, northwestern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. If your vehicle has proper towing capabilities, you can pick up and return the camper at their Cincinnati storage facility.
Take a look inside a retro camper:
Each vintage trailer has been restored with updated retro décor and modern amenities. Electrical hook-up, electrical outlets, indoor lighting, air-conditioning, refrigerator, stove and a kitchen sink gives campers all the comforts of home. Trailers are stocked with the basics- bedding, cutlery and dishes, you’ll just need to bring your camping essentials (toiletries, paper towels, food and beverages, grill, firepit/wood, extra blankets, lawn chairs, etc.).
Want a quick tour of the trailer? Watch the short video below:
My husband and I stayed in the adorable “Bette,” a 1958 FAN. While she may be the oldest trailer in the fleet, she certainly didn’t look her age…modern design and updated amenities made our overnight stay comfortable and cozy. Her shiny metal exterior with a blue and green retro striped awning made for quite the first impression as fellow campers repetitively commented about Bette’s unique vintage style. Bette’s cozy interior updated with modern amenities was a welcomed retreat and made our outdoor getaway a little more luxurious.
Debbie, owner of Route Fifty Campers delivered and set-up our campsite at East Fork State Park, which made our stay even more enjoyable as we didn’t have to worry about setting up camp. We brought a camping grill to cook dinner and breakfast and a firepit to roast marshmallows and make s’mores…with that first bite of a s’more, I immediately was transported back to camping as a child! It was nice to enjoy each other’s company, unplug from our electronic devices and to reminisce about childhood memories.
Having the comforts of Bette as a welcoming retreat and staying in a piece of American history made our camping experience even more pleasant!
More than just camping:
The adorable vintage campers from Route Fifty Campers are also available to rent for weddings, special events or additional space for out-of-town guests.
Route Fifty Campers is the answer to your question of how you can spend the night in a vintage camper. Staying in one of their charming vintage travel trailers is a unique outdoor experience! Whether you chose an overnight stay, weekend getaway or week-long excursion, Route Fifty Campers will take you back in time and add a little luxury to your camping vacation!
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A special thanks to Route Fifty Campers for a wonderful and unique getaway! I was an invited guest of Route Fifty Campers. As always on Ohio Girl Travels, all opinions are my own!