Thanks for all your support throughout our five seasons!
If you are interested in aquiring one of the campers, let us know.
VanGo Auto is open and thriving – check us out.
You want to experience something different, a little outside-the-ordinary, in a positive memory-making machine. You want to be on the road in a classic camper or cool fiberglass Scamp trailer with loved ones or for a solo trip. You’re looking for connection and adventure, the refreshing outdoors in a whole new way. Read the buzz from past renters HERE
Cruise in a retro 1980s Volkswagen Vanagon camper van. This head-turning sweet ride is an easy-to-drive RV, serviced and updated to be safe and reliable on the open road. Or – experience our new 13-foot fiberglass pull behind Scamp trailer!
VanGo campers are equipped with all your necessary sleep/kitchen/camp gear, comfy sleeping spaces for four campers, kitchen amenities, and plenty of other wonderful perks to make your trip comfortable.
From mid-May through mid-October travel the great upper Midwest states. Beauty and wonderment awaits you.
The chance to drive a cool and classic vehicle. Excited by the nostalgic “back-in-the-day” memories of a vintage, old-school Vanagon. Have fun doing something different.
Same old typical/standard experience that everyone else is doing
Just enough amenities – comfort without compromising the connection to the sounds, smells, and vibes of the fresh outdoors
Excessive bells and whistles can distract and remove you from a close-to-the-earth camping experience
Good gas mileage, versatile, and easy to drive in tight spaces
Gas guzzler, oversized and bulky motorhome
A road trip, beautiful scenery, feeling the breeze, glamping fun, bonfires, stargazing, and campfires
Expensive plane/hotel/car rental combo and missing out on an outdoor excursion
Flexibility and convenience of traveling/sleeping/hanging where and when you want
Plane delays and hotels that box you away from the outdoors
Simply just show up to VanGo with your clothes and food and go. Outfitted with all the camping, sleeping, and cooking necessities
Having the worry you forgot something and the time it takes to make sure you do not.
Comfort, kitchen, beds, hangout area in case of bad weather, and there being no difficult set-up/take-down experience
Tent camping – kinked neck, sore back, too cold/hot, and soaked belongings by the end of the trip.