USA Campervan Road Trip
Windows down, shades on, radio turned up - hit the open road and explore at your own pace.
Hit the road and uncover the wonders of the USA and Canada in a campervan. Discover the diverse landscapes of North America and sleep in stunning locations. You’ll be provided with a comfortable vehicle fitted with everything you need for life on the road. With campervan depots all across the country, you can start and end wherever you please. Don’t miss this opportunity to embark on an unforgettable US road trip.
Choose your Camper: Big Sur
There are 3 campervans to choose from. The first is known as Big Sur, a large Ford T-350 that sleeps 3-5 people. Perfect for groups or couples who like to spread out.
Choose your Camper: Newport Camper
This Ford F-150 sleeps up to 3 people and includes a bathroom with a toilet, sink and shower, plus an internal kitchen area with microwave.
Choose your Camper: The Maverick
The classic camper. This Ford E-150 sleeps 3-5 people (with an additional rooftop sleeper) and includes a queen size bed and rear kitchenette. Unavailable in Vancouver.
What You Get
Each camper is equipped with a gas stove and a fridge. Bedding and kitchen equipment can be added to your booking.
On top of the standard inclusions you can also hire out additional equipment, including a sat nav, a rooftop sleeper, a tent, a picnic table, & more.
Choose from 3 mileage packages to suit your trip. The standard is 100 miles for just $19 a day ($30 a day for the Indie Camper), averaged out over the course of your hire (i.e. a 7-day hire = 700 free miles). Additional miles are charged at $0.25 per mile or you can choose higher or unlimited mileage for $35-45 per day.
You can pick up your campervan in one of ten locations across the USA and Canada, including Atlanta, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Calgary and Vancouver.
One-way or round-trip
You can either embark on a round-trip, starting and ending at the same depot, or head one-way and drop off your campervan at a different depot (one-way fee applies).
The beauty of a campervan is that you always have a place to stay. You will be provided with a directory of campgrounds around the country or you can 'free camp' in places where it is legal to do so.
Hit the road
You're in the driving seat so grab a map and start planning. You can travel at your own pace and build a road trip that suits you. Plus, with 24-hour roadside assistance you can enjoy peace of mind on the road.
Road Trip Idea 1: West Coast Adventure
Pick up your campervan in San Francisco and cruise down the coast to L.A. via Big Sur. Venture into the dramatic landscapes of Death Valley and discover the exquisite beauty of Yosemite NP, before dropping the camper back in San Fran. Recommended time: 2 weeks.
Road Trip Idea 2: Coast to Coast
The ultimate road trip experience. Pick up your campervan in California and journey cross-country through the shifting landscapes of America. Discover exciting cities and gorgeous countryside before ending up in NYC. Recommended time: 4+ weeks.
- Campervans are fitted with a sleeping area and bedding.
- Spend the night in American campgrounds ($7-35 per night).
- Free camp where permitted.
- Stove and fridge included
- Meals at your own cost.
"Amazing trip, I loved every minute of road-tripping around the USA. The team before I left were super helpful as well." - Chris F
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There are campervan depots in Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Calgary and Vancouver. You must pick up and drop off your campervan at your chosen depot on the date and time agreed. Transfers to and from the campervan depot are not included.
As a response to the outbreak of Covid-19, many of our local partners and suppliers are putting in place new measures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will change and evolve over time, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some of the changes you may experience are:
- Updated safety & hygiene procedures
- Arrival safety meetings
- Smaller group sizes
- Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
- Access to 24/7 emergency support
- Different transport & accommodation
It's important you also take steps to make travelling safer. You should abide by local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. You should also bring and use your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where needed, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when sneezing or coughing.