Eurovan Weekender

  • Seats 6 / Sleeps 2 Adults + (2 kids or 1 adult in pop top)
  • Pop top sleeping space (74″x43″)
  • Bottom bed sleeping space (74″x58″)
  • Excellent fuel economy  (18-22 MPG)
  • Automatic transmission w/ front wheel drive
  • Bedding and kitchenware included
  • Outdoor kitchen increases room inside for traveling and sleeping

The Eurovan weekender is an excellent 3 season family camper van

The Weekender is the perfect camper van option for the family who needs a little more room for the kids or the couple who would rather trade the indoor kitchen for a queen size bed and increased indoor space. The Weekender seats 5 comfortably in seat belts with lots of window space for viewing the scenery. Instead of a fixed indoor kitchen we include an extensive outdoor kitchen kit that is stowed under the rear seat and sets up easily to cook a gourmet meal in the outdoors. This van is perfect for warm weather camping and maximizes your time outside. Our weekenders come with automatic transmission, Air conditioning, front wheel drive and is powered by a V6 engine packed with 200 horsepower to get you up the mountain or anywhere you need to go. Gas mileage ranges from 18-22 miles per gallon, an INCREDIBLE savings for long distance trips over other vans or RVs.
  • 43″x74″ bed for two in the pop-up roof
  • Rear bench unfolds in to a second 58″x74″ bed
  • Length 16′
  • Exterior height 6’3″
  • Exterior width 6’3″
  • Interior height 7′ with top up
  • Interior width 5’5″
  • Curb weight (lbs.) 4,344 (01-03)
  • Wheelbase 115″

Cooking & Dining

The kitchen is stowed completely under the back bench seat and includes a roll up table, fold up chairs, cooler, two burner gas stove, 5 gallon water jug, and a box full of kitchen ware.

Sleeping

When it’s time for bed the rear bench seat pulls out to a roomy queen size bed complete with memory foam topper, perfect for mom and dad. The kids can climb up into the canvas tent pop top that sleeps 2 comfortably.

What's Included

  • Upgraded smart phone compatible USB stereo with CD player
  • Three 12-volt outlets
  • Interior fold up dining table
  • LED lights by lower bed
  • LED light for upper bed
  • Side screened windows
  • Privacy curtains for all windows
  • Roll up table
  • Camp cooler
  • Camp chairs
  • 5 gallon water container
  • 2 burner propane stove
  • 1 bottle of propane
  • detailed map book of Oregon
  • toilet paper
  • plastic pit shovel
  • bug spray
  • plastic gloves
  • 1 flashlight
  • 1 DC powered fan
  • clothes line/ clips
  • wisk broom
  • deck of cards

  • 4 plates
  • 4 bowls
  • 1 skillet
  • 1 Sauce pot
  • 1 Soup pot
  • Collinder
  • Kettle
  • Silverware
  • Chopping knife
  • Cutting board
  • Coffee cups and mugs
  • French press
  • 2 mixing bowls
  • 1 measuring cup
  • 2 wine glasses (plastic)
  • cork screw/bottle opener
  • wooden spoon
  • tongs
  • spatula
  • scissors
  • can opener
  • crab cracker
  • 4 tumblers
  • dish strainer
  • 1 lighter 
  • bar towels
  • dish sponge
  • dish soap
  • Paper towels
  • Aluminum foil
  • windex
  • trash bags
  • zip locks
  • pan spray
  • olive oil
  • sugar
  • starter pack of coffee
  • salt/pepper

  • 2 fitted cotton sheet
  • 2 down pillows with pillow cases
  • 1 down comforter with duvet cover
  • 2 bath towels

Book your camper van today and get on the road to adventure.

The weekender Rocks!

We rented a Weekender for a road trip around Oregon. There were four of us in the van and the whole process from beginning to end was beyond expectations. We had plenty of room for all of our gear to go to Smith Rock for some rock climbing and camping along the way. The Van was well equipped for everything that we needed and we didn’t have any mechanical issues at all along the way. We got great gas mileage and my only complaint would be that we only had it for four days. –  Andrew

by Kate and Darcy on Road Trip Oregon
Oregon Coast get away
Which type of van did you rent?: Eurovan Camper

We rented one of the Eurocampers to explore the Oregon Coast for a few days in April and it was fantastic! The camper had everything we could have possibly needed for cooking all kinds of meals (salt, pepper, oil, Saran Wrap, tin foil, coffee press, wine opener, etc) and additional thoughtful amenities such as towels, toilet paper, carpets for wet shoes, down pillows and a duvet (!!), camping chairs, etc.). We thoroughly appreciated all the additional touches that made for a super easy last minute trip. Within five minutes of getting into the van we knew it was going to be an awesome trip.

We followed the North Coast trip recommendation guide that RTO has on their website and it was fabulous; we traveled in early April which as awesome as we didn’t need to pre-book any campsites and the beaches felt like they were all ours.

Overall we had an exceptional experience with RTO that started with the booking process. Would 100% recommend to anyone interested in exploring Oregon by car.

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