How It Works
It’s pretty simple really. You reserve your campsite at one of our supported campgrounds, and then you book one of our pop-up campers here at Good2GoCamping. On the first day of your camping stay, we’ll deliver the pop-up camper you chose to your campsite and set it up for you. All you have to do is show up and start enjoying the great outdoors of Vermont! Then on the morning after your last night, we'll come pack everything up and take the camper back home with us.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ The camper we rented from these guys was super cute. It arrived totally loaded with awesome food, flowers and comfy bedding. It was also fully appointed, [with] modern touches like WiFi, phone chargers, sound system, great mattresses - but always with a nod to “old school” campers. Best of both worlds - this is “glamping” at its best - we will definitely be back!
~MJ Dwyer, San Francisco
Frequently Asked Questions
Please check below for some frequently asked questions. Got a question, but don't see yours listed below? Just reach out to us!
Where can I go camping in one of your pop-up campers?
Will you deliver and setup a pop-up camper on my property?
Absolutely! Our pop-up campers are great for family gatherings, backyard barbecues, sleepovers, weddings, in-law visits... anytime you need an extra bedroom for guests.
* Locations greater than a 40 mile drive from Middlebury, Vermont will require an additional delivery fee. Please inquire.
Do your campers have electricity and running water?
As long as your campsite has electrical and water hookups, we've got you covered! We'll even hook up everything for you. If your campsite doesn't have these hookups, and most state park campgrounds do not, there is a battery backup for interior lights and a water tank for the sink and faucet for washing hands and dishes.
How long can I book one of your campers?
We require a 2-night minimum when booking one of our pop-up campers, and you can book it for up to a 14-night stay.
How much does it cost to rent one of your pop-up campers?
Check In/Check Out - when should I show up? What time do I need to leave?
For most campgrounds, check in is at 2pm on the day of arrival and check out is at 11am on the morning after your last night. As setting up and breaking down pop-up campers does take some time, please plan to arrive an hour after the campground's set check in and plan to leave an hour before the campground's set check out.
How many people can your pop-up campers sleep?
What all is included with a pop-up camper rental?
We include a lot! We want you to be able to just show up and enjoy camping in Vermont. All of our campers come with the following amenities: a propane stove, cookware, dishes, utensils, a percolator, dish soap, fire extinguisher, carbon monoxide detector, bath towels, bedding and pillows, a bluetooth stereo, flashlights, umbrellas, first aid kits, an awning, camp chairs, an outdoor rug, card games, a cooler, and condiments (salt & pepper, coconut oil, ketchup and mayo).
We can also include some optional - but highly recommended! - starter provisions like snacks, breakfast ingredients, s'mores ingredients, drinking water, some firewood, ice for the cooler, paper towels, toilet paper, soap and shampoo for bathing, and bug spray.
An attached screen room can also be added, to expand your ‘outdoor’ living area and help cut down on pest of the insect kind getting into the camper.
Can I bring my dog camping with me?
The Good2GoCamping crew are all dog owners and lovers! Our pop‑up campers are even named after our pups! As long as dogs are allowed at the campground where you book your site, they're welcome to come along!
What if I need to cancel my booking? Do I get a refund?
Booking cancellations made 5 days or more in advance of the check-in date will receive a full refund minus a 3% booking fee. After that, you’ll receive a 50% refund for any unused nights, minus the first night and a 3% booking fee.