White and Red sandstone formations, narrow slot canyons, the Virgin River, and 3000 foot vertical walls make this popular national park one of our favorite camper van destinations. Where should you camp? What trails should you hike? Do you need permits? Katie and Alex rented the Mad Hatter and drove out this summer to see it for themselves. Keep reading for a first-hand account of the trip!
Alison Wondervan is an adventure vehicle extraordinaire. There is little more you need than a thirst for exploration and a little imagination. When you rent Alison, you get 100 free miles with every day you rent. So, what can you do with Alison, a weekend, and 200 miles? Tons!
Alabama has a lot to offer if you know where to look. This state has something for everyone no matter your preferred flavor of fun. Here are some ideas to get you started.
A glimmer of sun peaks through the curtains of the side window. The crisp fall air nips at your nose and ears. You reach over and open Alison’s rear doors to the splendor of a new fall day. You cuddle under the blankets a moment longer enjoying the seclusion and coziness or your little home on wheels. Your favorite fleece is within arm’s reach, tucked on the shelf above your head along with the novel that lulled you to sleep last night. Gathering your coffee and donning your jacket, you retreat to the back of the van, pull out your hideaway kitchen and start your morning brew. There is nothing quite like the intermingling of the smells of wilderness and coffee.