Find Your Blue- Fully-loaded Vandoit Campervan | Dog Friendly | Bike Rack

55 reviews
Camper vanKansas City, MO
3 guests
Sleeps 3
22 ft. long
Pet friendly
Offers delivery

This camper comes fully loaded with everything you need for a luxurious glamping trip across the US! Haul your bikes, golf clubs, camping and hiking equipment- you name it!Past Renters’ Favorite Features:
32" smart TV, coffee maker, 72-can capacity fridge, memory foam mattresses
(see the 'What's Included' section for a complete list)
Our favorite thing about this van is the space! The high roof has an interior clearance of 6'1" and the extra long model (22ft) provides plenty of space for 3 people, including 1-2 full-size beds, 3 Ford factory seats, and a kitchen pod with fridge!Converted by VanDOit (DO Model) out of Blue Springs- check them out!Heating & Cooling:
Dometic rooftop AC*
MaxxAir Deluxe air vent (rooftop; all-weather, adds additional cooling and acts as a vent to avoid condensation in the van overnight)
Espar heater (pulls from van's gas tank, only uses about 1 gal/night)
*Appliances are powered by a lithium battery, that is charged by plugging it in to any standard outlet. The battery also trickle-charges by rooftop solar panels and from extra energy created when you drive the van.Boondocking/staying at a primitive/dispersed campsite off-grid without electric? The AC can run 4-5hrs on full blast off a full lithium battery alone. For hot summer months, we recommend staying at campgrounds with electric hook ups. You can also add on our gas-powered generator to recharge the battery as needed. The heater is powered by the van’s gas tank, using about a gallon/night, so having enough battery power for off-grid camping is very unreliable in cooler months.Staying at campgrounds w/electric hookups? You'll have continuous power for heating/cooling/cooking by plugging in- you won't need the generator. The van has a 15/20amp plug outside that charges the lithium battery. For campsites that only have 30amp or 50amp plugs- we provide an adaptor.Want to see the van in action? Check out our Instagram @findyourblue_kc What's included32" LED smart TV, HDMI cable
Complimentary WiFi with a hotspot from Visible+ (please note: if you are in a rural area or in a National Park, it may not work. See Visible's website for a map of coverage)
Dometic 72 can fridge
Awning & string lights (#vibes)
SiriusXM
Backup Camera, Lane Assist, & Cruise Control
Apple Carplay
Swivel Front Passenger Seat
Air Heater & AC w/vent
Bug screens (slider & rear door)
Kitchen sink pod (6 gal w/warm water heater)- not included November- March d/t freezing risk, but if you’re traveling somewhere warm, let us know and we might be able to make an exception)
Keurig Mini coffeemaker
Enamel mugs
Electric Skillet & Kettle
Toaster
Thermal Window Covers
Low watt blow dryer
Mirror
Shoe organizer
Camping Chairs x2 (travel-sized)
Pop up table
Outdoor rug
Cutlery & Plates
Cooking Utensils, can opener, wine opener, knife, scissors
Mattress cover, fitted sheet, *pillows & blankets
*We recommend bringing your own pillow- you'll be more comfy on the one you’re used to!**
*** ADD- ONS***
- Second bed (FREE): Twin XL memory foam mattress (78" x 38") or Full size
- Bike Rack ($60/trip) Rear door Aluminess 1ups- for 2 bikes. We also have an indoor rack for 2 additional bikes that can be combined with 1 full size bed or 1 full/1 twin- message for details.- Fireside Package ($100/trip), includes: Solo Stove Ranger Fire pit w/ cast iron cooktop, grilling utensils, 1 wood bundle, lighter & firestarter/kindling, s'mores kit & roasting sticks- Paddleboard Bundle: 1 paddleboard w/manual pump, one-size adjustable adult life jacket, and waterproof phone case w/lanyard ($50/trip each- 2 available)
- Generator (GP3000i 1 gal capacity) & 2.6 gal travel gas can ($10/day, unlimited use)
Bringing your pup? Dogs ride free!Pampered Pooch' package (FREE)
- The Rocker (no-spill hanging dog bowl provided by RocKur Designs)
- Kurgo Kibble Carrier (holds 20c large adult kibble, contains smell)
- Microfiber towel
- Tie out stake w/cable
- Biodegradable Waste bags
- Handheld vacuum (we have a husky...we're experts in 'fur-control')
- Dog seat belt
Ruffland Performance Kennel (FREE)- (Large 22"W x 35"L x 26.25"H) designed for safer, more comfortable travel for your dog
RecommendationsNew to camping? Look at KOAs- they're reliably clean, in safe and convenient locations, and offer RV sites w/electric hook ups, as well as cabins. They typically have a large public bathhouse (we choose our campsite next to or close to the bathroom). Cost $40-$100/night. KOAs have 3 levels (Journey, Holiday, and Resort), with Resort having the best amenities but also being the most expensive. When you book, you'll select 'Van' 22ft and no slideouts. If van doesn't show results, try 'motorhome'- sometimes they're settings don't include vans. Pro tip: when selecting your site (for the best view and distance to the bathroom)- pull up the campsites map AND look at their campground on Google Earth. Some KOAs are in great locations for a view (like Devil's Tower KOA), but you'll really get to enjoy it if you pick your site wisely!State Parks are also a great, low-price option, but can be hit or miss on how nice their amenities (bathrooms specifically) are.Want free places to stay? In addition to most Walmart & Cracker Barrel parking lots, look at the website for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). They're off the beaten path, less crowded, and many allow free boondocking and dog-friendly places to explore. Take long hot showers for cheap at Pilot Flying J or Love's gas stations, or at national gyms like Planet Fitness or 24hour Fitness.Looking for a more high-end experience? Google 'camping resort' for your destinations. 'Resorts' typically cost $70-$120/night but have resort-style amenities and much nicer (sometimes private!) bathrooms.For road trip itineraries, visit the Find Your Blue website. We have a growing list of dog-friendly guides with our favorite road trip stops through each state under 'Itineraries'. We use Roadtrippers, BringFido, and Tripadvisor to plan our trips. Additionally, we look at Hipcamp and Free Roam to help us find find great campsites, filtering campsite type, ratings, cell service, and price. We also share our travels out of Kansas City on our instagram @findyourblue_kcOther things to noteIf you choose the pick up option, please bring a second person with you. We do not offer secured parking of your personal vehicle.**CHOOSING YOUR INSURANCE AT CHECK OUT**
WINDSHIELD DAMAGE IS THE MOST COMMON CLAIM ON CAMPERS. Please note that Outdoorsy’s insurance fully covers repair costs, but replacements require you to pay the deductible you chose. The replacement cost is $900. Unfortunately, regardless of the cause, you are responsible for replacement if damage occurs during your rental. Stay away from semi trucks! Should an accident or damage occur to the van, please contact us asap for assistance.

Features

2020 Ford Transit
  • Sleeps 3
  • 3 seatbelts
  • Fresh water: 6 gal
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Fuel capacity: 25 gal
  • Automatic transmission

Amenities

  • Solart
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV/DVD
  • Satellite
  • Audio Inputs
  • Radio
  • Refrigerator
  • Kitchen Sink

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Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No tailgating
  • No smoking
  • Mileage: 200 free miles / day
24/7 roadside assistance
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Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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Add-ons

Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

2nd Bed
Twin or Full, we will message you to pick which works best for you
Free
Bike Rack
rear door Aluminess up to 2 bikes, for additional bikes message about indoor rack
$81.60
/each
Fireside Package
Solo Stove Fire pit, cooktop, utensils, wood bundle, natural non-toxic firestarter, smores kit
$136.00
/each

Availability and rates

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There’s a 2 night minimum stay

Fees
  • Security deposit: $1,360.00 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: $204.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.
Find Your Blue- Fully-loaded Vandoit Campervan | Dog Friendly | Bike Rack

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Ann W.

April 20235

Incredible weekend trip in this van! It was easy to drive and so stable in the Kansas wind. We had chilly nights outside but perfectly warm inside with the heater. Our dog was so happy with the rugs and no spill bowls! We enjoyed meeting and chatting with Josh and Tina, they were so kind and explained everything so well. Can't wait to plan another trip!

Alan B.

September 20225

Van is just as advertised and then some! So many extras and thoughtful touches included with the rental that many others forget or charge extra for. Would definitely rent this van for another trip!

Alex C.

June 20225

Incredible experience ! Tina and Josh were patient and helpful upon the delivery of the van.
They were awesome partners in our adventure. And it was the dogs first adventure!

Natalie B.

June 20225

The owners were amazingly generous, flexible, and accommodating. They were kind and supportive from the earliest communications to the final drop off and post trip wrap up. Their vehicle is amazing, in perfect shape, and they have gone above and beyond to provide an impeccable level of detail during the orientation as well as providing a detailed binder to refer to along the way. They made themselves available for communication while we were on our trip and never made us feel like we were bothering them in any way. We were especially grateful that we could bring our dogs so thank you for that and the nice pooch package that came with it. We really can’t say enough good things about them and highly recommend them to all!

Amy T.

May 20225

We loved every minute of our trip in this van! It held up wonderfully during our cross-country trek and had everything we needed to stay cozy and warm. The van was spacious for two adults and all of our camping/hiking gear. Our favorite features were the solar powered electrical and a/c systems, and gas powered heating system, which were useful at campsites without electrical hookups. We're already planning our next adventure in this van!

Have a question?Get answers directly from the host

Q.How do the electric, water and sewage hook up work while setting up at the campground?
A.
There is no sewage and no water hook up. The kitchen sink pod is supplied by a 6 gallon removable water tank that is pumped to the faucet via a hot/cold water pump. It is then drained by gravity into a 6 gallon grey water tank. When the dirty tank is full, you empty it. When the clean water is empty, you fill it. We do not supply a toilet with our van. You'll have to take care of business elsewhere. For electric, see the FAQ re: How do I charge the Lithium Battery for appliances in the van?

Q.Can I use a blow dryer or other high wattage item in the van?
A.
Yes, however, the inverter can only handle 2000 W at a time. Your standard blow dryer is about 1800 W. Anything that heats or cools usually has a higher energy need. We provide a low wattage blow dryer in the van. Every appliance in the van is under 2000 W. However, you'll likely only want to run 1-2 items at a time. ex: Keurig Mini is 1425W- you won't be able to blow dry your hair (1000W) and simultaneously make coffee. Make sense? Elec Kettle- 700 W Elec Skillet- 1200 W

Q.How do I charge the Lithium Battery for appliances in the van?
A.
Easy. There is a 15 amp plug in (think of your standard house 3 prong) outside the van. We provide the extension cord for this. Many campgrounds have this plug in type as an option. You can also charge at a friend's house, at a baseball field light pole, anywhere you can find a standard 15 amp 3 prong plug in, really. For campgrounds with only 30 or 50 amp plugs, we supply an adapter for you to use. DON'T FORGET TO UNPLUG BEFORE DRIVING AWAY. Yes, we've done this. Would not recommend.

Q.Can I leave my dogs inside the vehicle unattended?
A.
For short periods of time, under remote supervision via the Waggle app (a temperature and humidity sensor) we personally have left our dogs parked in the shade, roof vent running and max AC on, unattended in our van during mild climates. You too will have access to the Waggle device and app to use with your judgement. We are not responsible for your dog's well-being in or out of our van. It is up to you to judge the situation and advocate for your dog's health.


Location

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Kansas City, Missouri

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