Camping's supposed to be a great outdoorsy experience where you learn a lot about yourself, even if it's pretty much always that you still love smoking weed. For a camping vehicle that agrees, check Retro Bus Rental
Birthed by a Snellville man-and-wife team raised by VW-luvin' hippie teachers, Retro rents groovy, fully restored, '70s-era Volkswagen Westfalia Campmobiles: total mobile vacation machines with full kitchenettes, room to sleep four, and an expansive list of amenities and options which may or may not include Tommy Chong, depending on his hectic prison schedule. Each of the three available buses has a manual tranny, upstairs pop-up beds, full privacy curtains, closets, wall outlets, 12v cig-lighter plugs, and were named to coordinate with their unique personalities: the 1974 pumpkin orange Elmo is the oldest, with plaid interior and a 1.7L engine; Daisy's a yellow 2L, air-conditioned '77 w/ propane fridge & stove; and Wilson, who's almost exactly like Daisy (a/c, propane kitchen equip), except younger ('78), and painted in nerdier brown & white -- the exact reason she always refuses to jump him. Rentals run $90/day, plus deposit, and include 100 free miles (unlimited's $15 extra); all rides come stocked w/ cooking/eating utensils (coffee maker, pots, pans, cooking fuel, dishes, cutting board...), travel tools (campground directory, GPS), fresh bedding, towels, and a fire extinguisher; RBR'll also pre-stock your van with groceries/supplies for $30 plus their cost, which sounds like a shame-free opportunity to stock up on tiny condoms
Other rentable upgrades include folding chairs, foam bed padding, a family-sized tent, coolers, and portable CD and DVD players, for when you learn that you're addicted to the Notebook.