***As of 2021, Overland Discovery is no longer offering rental services. Please visit our Rental Directory to find a campervan rental near you.***

Our partners over at The Dyrt recently chose Overland Discovery as one of their top picks for quality campervan rentals in the state of Colorado. The Dyrt is known for its top-rated app that helps users search for campgrounds across the US.

The Dyrt highlighted our variety of different custom-fit rigs, and the fact that renting a campervan for your vacation lets you knock out your accommodation and transportation with just one convenient booking. That saves you one more thing on your to-do list, and can save you a ton of money.

Let’s do the math: Car rentals in Denver average about $69/day, and a double hotel room averages about $168/day. Our campervans that comfortably sleep two range from $115 to $195 per night.

That means if you’re looking to explore Colorado, combining your accommodation and transportation in the form of a campervan adventure could save you between $42 and $122 per night. That’s a chunk of change that really adds up over the course of a vacation.

The Dyrt recently released The Dyrt PRO at only $35.99/year, which comes with an exciting array of premium features. And as Dyrt partners, we’re able to offer our customers 14-day free trials of The Dyrt PRO — just use the code ‘overland14’.

Our customers can use the free trial of the app during their campervan vacation to search 1 million+ campsites and download maps to access anytime—even while offline. The Dyrt even offers discounts on camping reservations or camping gear through their partner campgrounds and camping gear brands.

So you can finally say “so long!” to the days of getting stuck at a terrible last-minute campsite because you had no internet and couldn’t read the reviews of how gross the bathrooms were.

Between the already-stellar savings when you travel with Overland Discovery and the discounts that you can get using your free trial of The Dyrt PRO, you’ve got a pretty penny leftover to spend on those fancy new hiking boots you’ve been eyeing lately.

Read our full review in The Dyrt here >