Classic, Ultra-Light, Vintage Camper Ontario, CanadaAmherstburg, Ontario (Canada)
Classic, Ultra-Light, Vintage Camper Ontario, Canada
"I love the design, and the interior is super cool too. Wonderful!"
These fiberglass, ultra-light campers are boldly designed and known for their classic, vintage style and timeless, comfortable interiors. All campers have been updated and restored to their orginal beauty. The rentals themselves are very simple and guests need to provide everything they will need during their stay such as camping chairs, but they have been updated with modern additions such as sound systems, iPod docs, heaters, ventilation fans, and contemporary upholstery. The durable fiberglass construction lasts forever and all trailers are under 1,200 lbs.
The campers are furnished with a bed, and seating area to ensure guests can relax comfortably. There are a range of other features that glampers can rent for a small additional fee, including camping chairs, an awning tent, a fire pit, and a BBQ.
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Sound system
- Wine tasting
- Joined in 2014
- More than 20 bookings
2 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Some spaces are shared
Delivery of campers at specific camping spots is available for $50.
There is a minimum 2-night rental. There's also a little deal available: Rent for 4 nights and 5th night is free.
There is a $300-$500 refundable cash deposit.
There is also a 1968 Blue Boler perfect for weddings, events, and as a convention booth, but is not
available for camping.
Guests must contact their insurance company to let them know they will be pulling a camper prior to renting.
Pets are very welcome in this rental.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Amherstburg, Ontario (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Thanks to the mobility of this rental, the possibility for adventure really are endless, and glampers can be as chilled or as active as they wish during their vacation. Ontario offers a plethora of sights filled with natural beauty. Glampers can travel north to see the stunning Niagara Falls. They can visit Algonquin Povincial Park which hosts 7,800 square miles of lakes and forest and is home of Canada's ecosystem of bears, brook trout, moose, and wolves. Wander by foot or by canoe over 1,000 miles of trails and fall asleep under the stars by a crackling fire. Kayak around Thousand Islands or enjoy Ontario's scenic farms and charming communities during Ontario's wine route. With their camper, simply drive the road around Lake Superior and see a wilderness where population is sparse and pristine shorelines provide a perfect place to set up camp. The world really is their oyster with this camper in tow.