It’s no secret that the events of 2020 have left a lot of Americans with COVID cabin fever. More and more people are searching for ways to safely get outside and explore the natural wonders of our country in ways they never have before.
Since remote road trips are a great way to social distance, our campervan rentals have never been more popular, from off-the-charts bookings to recognition from multiple media publications.
Overland Discovery is stoked to announce that we were featured in Field Mag’s roundup for “The 13 Best Overland & Camper Van Rental Companies in USA,” singled out as Denver’s top pick for quality campervan rentals.
The roundup noted that, “Anything in their fleet would be a fine partner to explore Colorado with, but we especially like what they’ve done with their Dodge Ram ProMaster conversions.”
We have to agree – any of our campervans make for great getaway cars from the day-to-day doldrums of quarantine but our Explorer Plus is definitely special.
Highlighted features of our Explorer Plus Dodge Ram ProMaster Campervan include:
A roomy interior perfectly sized for two travelers to lounge and sleep.
Automatic steering and cruise control for the smoothest drive possible.
A dinette and kitchen basics for whipping up the most scenic meal of your life.
Tons of storage for all your gear and maybe a few souvenirs along the way.
Headlamps for exploring the great unknown (wherever that may be).
And, of course, a Goal Zero Yeti power station for when you’re ready to get unplugged…but not that unplugged.
From the practical to the playful, we’ve got you covered for whatever you may need while renting with us.
Now that we’ve got you picturing what it would be like to have your very own campervan adventure, check out the exact campervan model that Field Mag raved about in the rental roundup.
And be sure to head on over to the full Field Mag feature to read up on the other campervan companies that are killing it across the country. We’re definitely excited to be listed among so many awesome companies. Read the full Field Mag feature of Overland Discovery here >