ROLLING OUT CUSTOM CAMPER VANS FOR UNIQUE LIFESTYLES
Q: WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT DO YOU DO?
A: Wanderful Wheels builds handcrafted, custom campervans. We help people fulfill their travel dreams and wander in luxury.
WHAT GAVE YOU THE IDEA TO DESIGN AND BUILD CAMPERVAN INTERIORS?
We are both big travelers and our normal mode of traveling was public transportation, with our bags on our backs. After returning from an adventure in South America, we decided to get a dog and that changed everything. We knew we needed a new way to adventure and decided to buy a van and build it into a campervan. Since then we have built out numerous other vans that are customized to our clients needs.
WHO IS WANDERFUL WHEELS FOR?
Our customers vary from weekend warriors to full-on vanlifers. Regardless if you are using the van for weekend adventures or full time living, we create vans that accomodate all of your gear and allow you to travel in comfort.
WHAT IS SOMETHING UNIQUE ABOUT YOU?
Our materials and design set us apart from most other van builders. Our interiors are built with natural materials that make you feel like you are in a home versus a vehicle. In addition we offer customization and innovative designs that meet each of our customer’s unique needs. We have added toilets, bike trays, stoves, ski storage and more!
YOU PLANT THREE TREES FOR EVERY VAN PURCHASE? ELABORATE ON THAT AND YOUR SUSTAINABILTY EFFORTS?
Our vanlife is inspired by nature and exploring this amazing planet. For that reason we are committed to being good stewards of the earth and incorporating sustainable business practices. All of our vans are equipped with an off the grid solar system, we prioritize using recycled and eco-friendly materials and our walls are made of rescued pine beetle wood.
COOLEST PLACE YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE HAS TAKEN ONE OF YOUR VANS
Our customers are from all over the US and we recently built a van for a couple from Alaska, they flew out Colorado and drove the van back home. A van trip to Alaska is definitely on our bucket list!
For more information and photos of past builds visit: www.wanderfulwheels.com