(Lost lake) Ford Transit Camper

  • Seats up to 5/ Sleeps 5
  • Automatic transmission
  • Excellent fuel economy (17 mpg)
  • Outdoor kitchen/ 12v Refrigerator
  • Auxiliary battery pack
  • Bedding and kitchenware included
enjoying a beer on mt hood

A comfortable campervan for the whole family

Lost Lake is a great camper van option for the family who wants to be extra comfortable on the road and have ample sleeping and storage space. The outdoor kitchen stows away in the back under the seat and includes a roll up table, 2 burner stove, water jug and full kitchenware to make a meal in the woods. The pop top sleeps 2 comfortably while the bed below is a roomy queen size. There is an auxiliary battery for charging devices and for powering the 12v refrigerator.
  • Rear bed sleeps 2 adults (queen)
  • Pop top bed sleeps 2 adults (full)
  • Exterior length 18′
  • Exterior height 7′
  • Exterior width 7′
  • GVWR  8600 lbs
  • wheelbase 130″

Cooking & Dining

The outdoor kitchen comes with a 2 burner propane stove, roll up table and full cookware. The 12v refrigerator runs of the aux battery and keeps your food cold. There is a 5 gallon water jug for cooking or dishes.


The bottom bed sleeps 2 in a very comfortable queen size bed. The pop top has room to sleep 2 and features full surround screened windows for viewing and ventilation or blacked out for sleeping. There is a ceiling fan to keep you cool on warm nights.

What's Included

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

Our kids loved the van

They didn’t want to return it at the end of the trip!

 by Mike S. on Road Trip Oregon
Jeff was great to work with!
Which type of van did you rent?: 2005 Land Rover LR3
Where are you from?: Raleigh, NC

Awesome experience! Had a really good time exploring with the LR3. Was initially worried when booking about the vehicles age (2005) but seeing it in person was relieved to see that it was quite reliable and has been taken good care of. Jeff provided everything we needed and more! Would highly recommend to all as the LR3 is such a smooth ride and highly capable. The only additions I would recommend is adding a small DC to AC convertor (we bought a cheap one at walmart) to help charge non-usb devices as well as cheap Bluetooth adapter for the radio (which we also bought at walmart). These simple additions worked fantastic for us!

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