For those looking to have the campervan experience but don't want the commitment of owning a motorhome, Denver-based Native Campervans allow consumers to rent its vans to explore the Rocky Mountains.
Available for long- or short-term rentals, Native Campervans are offered in the form of a mini bus called the 'Biggie' or as a converted Dodge Grand Caravan called the 'Smalls.' Biggie vans include a sink with a tap and drain, a propane stove, a refrigerator, a queen-sized bed, ample storage and electricity. 100 miles a day are included in the rental fee and Native offers roadside assistance so you don't have to worry about roaming too far.
Travel options that provide Millennials with unique and authentic experiences have gained popularity in recent years. Experiences like those offered with Native Campervans are affordable, desirable ways for young people to see the world.
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