Here was our experience!
Here is all that was included inside our Class C-Lux Van:
These complimentary items cut our packing load down drastically! We still did need to pack a few items from home, but even some of these we could have snagged from Kuku.
Kuku has several add ons you can rent like sleeping bags, chairs, towels, hammocks, pillows, coffee percolators, and more! You can see the entire list of add ons when you reserve your booking.
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The only things we packed from home were:
The van itself also included perks like a fan and optional heater, dimmer lights, and solar panels and outlets for charging our camera batteries, GoPro batteries, and phones. A note: the newer model Mercedes Sprinter Vans only have USB-C ports, so bring or rent a converter if you need to charge your phone while in the van!
You can see all of where we explored in our Salida Fishing Weekend in a Kuku Camper blog post here!
When we got to our campsite on the first night, we discovered that the top bunk in the Class C-Lux was a little too tight for John. We took the van’s booth-style table apart and built the second bed underneath the bunk.
We both had a good night's sleep and woke up well rested, right by the riverside, and ready to go fishing. Then, when we needed a break, we had a bed and kitchen waiting for us in the van! It was paradise.
Kuku Campers made our quick weekend getaway the easiest and most convenient camping trip we’ve had to date. If a camper van sounds like your kind of camping, check out Kuku’s website www.kukucampers.com to book your own weekend getaway or vacation!
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See more from our other trips across Colorado:
A Weekend at Great Sand Dunes National Park
Spending Spring Break in Rocky Mountain National Park
Fly Fishing outside Aspen, Colorado