Starling Travel

August 30, 2015

Dixie’s Camp-R-Tow: Rent A Glamper

Filed under: Camping,Places To Visit,Teardrops & Tiny Trailers,Utah — Laura Moncur @ 12:53 pm

At the Enterprise CornFest yesterday, I saw the cutest campers for rent.

This company is located in Southern Utah, close to Zion’s Park, so you can rent a camper to take into the National Park.

Let me show you Betty and Peggy, two of their vintage campers:

This is Betty.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

She is very stylish.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

Her name is written on the side and everything.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

Her interior is black and white. It’s a little hard to tell from this photo.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

She can also sleep a third person on the dinette.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

Her retro stove is black as well. There is no bathroom in Betty.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Betty from Starling Travel

Here is Peggy.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

I adore her orange color because I imagine that she will match my Subaru Crosstrek.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

I love the font they used for her name.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

Peggy can sleep a VERY cramped four people, but only if you’re willing to not sit up in bed.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

Her kitchen is pretty cramped and minimal.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

Unlike Betty, Peggy has a bathroom with a porta-potty.

Dixie's Camp-R-Tow Peggy from Starling Travel

They also have another camper named Janet, but she wasn’t being shown at the car show yesterday.

Even though I have a perfectly workable camper that is completely paid for and ready to camp, I am so tempted to rent one of these campers and try them out. If you have been wanting to try out glamping, here is a company that will make that easy for you.

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