native campervans are versatile mobile homes that make living out in the open a reality. made by the colorado-based company, it has created the ‘biggie’–a ram ‘propmaster 136” high roof’, and the ‘smalls’–a remodeled dodge ‘grand caravan’, in the hope of gaining notoriety with the camping crowd.

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native’s ‘biggie’ campervan
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native’s ‘biggie’ camper van lets people travel with a comfortable bed, a fully-stocked kitchenette, and a convertible living room on wheels. after a day’s exploring two people can relax in the living space with a bench convertible dining table, two storage drawers, a storage cupboard, a three-tier lighting system, plus an inverter to charge electronics. with food preparation in mind ‘biggie’ is outfitted with a sink including tap + drain, a seven gallon water / waste tank, two burner stainless steel propane stoves, a large refrigerator / freezer (holding up to 60 cans), a pantry cabinet, pots + pans, utensils, and even a french press. the comfortable two-person bedroom-area is fixed with a queen ‘memory foam’ mattress , a rumpl ‘super fleece’ blanket, pillows, and a throw blanket to cosy up in.

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‘biggie’s’ bedroom+livingroom interior

 

‘biggie’s’ diminuative cousin ‘smalls’ offers space for more passengers with five seats and is equally versatile. the bedroom / living area sleeps two and features a foldaway table, a secondary bench, portable LED light ropes, storage facilities, blinds, a USB car adapter, and a double bed with pillows. the kitchenette includes a sink with tap + sink, a three gallon water / waste tank, a single burner gas stove, two propane canisters, utensils, pots + pans, and a cooler (holding equivalent to 24 cans).

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native’s ‘smalls’ campervan

 

 

native campervans makes the dream of living off the grid more affordable by renting its fully equipped camper vans for long, or short term road trips. travellers can rent a fully stocked campervan for either a few nights, or a few weeks, depending on the size of the trip.

native biggie campervan designboom

native biggie campervan designboom

native biggie campervan designboom

native biggie campervan designboom

native biggie campervan designboom

native biggie campervan designboom

  • Ventilation? What if you camp in the North Woods or along the east coast of the US? Maybe they do not have biting bugs in Colorado?

    Jim

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