These minivans-turned-RVs take car camping to new level

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These minivans-turned-RVs take car camping to new level

Andrea Sachs climbs into the pop-up tent on top of her rented Jucy Champ in Big Sur, Calif. In addition to the rooftop sleeping quarters, the vehicle also comes with a bed in the main cabin.
The rooftop pop-up tent on the Jucy Champ offers a perch for sightseeing along the California coast in Big Sur.
Andrea Sachs cooks dinner from the back of her Jucy Champ at Limekiln State Park in Lucia, Calif., during a three-day road trip.
A Jucy Champ includes a refrigerator, gas cooker, sink, DVD player and two beds.
The kitchen area comes with dishware, storage space and a cutting board that fits over the sink.

These minivans-turned-RVs take car camping to new level

Andrea Sachs climbs into the pop-up tent on top of her rented Jucy Champ in Big Sur, Calif. In addition to the rooftop sleeping quarters, the vehicle also comes with a bed in the main cabin.
The rooftop pop-up tent on the Jucy Champ offers a perch for sightseeing along the California coast in Big Sur.
Andrea Sachs cooks dinner from the back of her Jucy Champ at Limekiln State Park in Lucia, Calif., during a three-day road trip.
A Jucy Champ includes a refrigerator, gas cooker, sink, DVD player and two beds.
The kitchen area comes with dishware, storage space and a cutting board that fits over the sink.
If you go

Jucy rents camper vans at six locations each in Australia and New Zealand and three locations in the U.S.: Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Oakland, Calif. Prices start at $42 a night.
For more information, call (800) 650-4180 or visit www.jucyrvrentals.com.

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