My name is Justin. I am the owner of a very cool 1990 Ford Econoline, with solar powered Goal Zero Yeti 1250. This van has everything going for itself; a bit of retro, and a bit of modern. The interior will remind you of your grandma's living room (the blue velvet captain seats, the electric sofa bed, the small analog television, connected to an actually functioning VHS player, and the thick blue carpet), whereas the Goal Zero solar generator and roof solar panel will unmistakably bring you back to the 21st century.
- Sleeps: 4 guests
- Seats: 7 seatbelts
- Fuel: Gas
- Transmission: Automatic
- Pets not allowed
- No music festivals
- Tailgating not allowed
- No smoking
- Daily$195.00 /night
- Weekly$175.50 /night9.9% discount
- Monthly$156.00 /night19.9% discount
Enhance your trip
Bike rack for three bikes
Additional battery - for the Goal Zero generator
About this RV
About the host
The owner is super nice and the communication worked perfectly. We were given some things for free, like a camping cooker and dishes.
The car is old but works and drives well. It consumes a lot but if you know, you can drive a little slower.
This is the 3rd or 4th time that I rent this vehicle, to go on work trips to Valemount, BC and it delivers each time. Great price for the type of vehicle it is, especially since hotel rooms in towns that I go through (Lake Louise, Jasper) to reach Valemount are 300$ or more a night. I would rather have a house on wheel, sleep in some of the most beautiful campgrounds, and make my way to my destination slowly, but surely.
3 Photos submitted by JC D.
What a fantastic van! Justin was such a great person to deal with! Such a pleasure going off into the mountains with this old Ford! It has everything you'll need for camping. Justin even left us a stove, axe, plates and cooking utensils! Definitely recommend
1 Photo submitted by Taimoor K.
DON’T RENT HIS VAN. Camper with many broken things that don’t appear in photos, it hadn’t been cleaned and the stoves still had food in them. It’s very old and wastes a lot of gas. It has no blankets or table or chairs as other campers have. He gave it to us with the tank not completely full and then he tries to charge us more money because according to him 15 liters were missing (it wasn’t true). We could do the trip but I don’t recomend it.
5 Photos submitted by Alba G.
Fun vehicle to drive! In very good conditions, given the vehicle's age. It consumes a fair amount of gas, so it may be necessary to modify your driving to keep it in the 105km/h sweet spot on the highway
Smooth drive through the Parkway, between Lake Louise and Jasper, all the way to Valemount, BC - and back. Got to drive slower (70km/h) going uphill, but reliable engine and good mechanic makes for a fun, slow and steady trip through the Rockies.
3 Photos submitted by JC D.
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