Jesse and I are so happy to share with you our love of everything outdoors and everything Appalachia.
Years ago we began travelling across the US, and quickly fell in love with RVing. With two small children it really gave us the opportunity to travel with our girls in a space that was comfortable and flexible.
But we learned very quickly that the traditional RV often limits just where you can go. When we found the campervan, it immediately became our very favorite way to travel! Not only did it offer a room-on-the-road, but they are small enough that they can go many places traditional RVs couldn't while also allowing us the space we needed for our family.
And most importantly, it wasn't terrifying to drive down winding country roads!
It was from our love of travelling and frustration that we couldn't do the same within the Appalachian region without buying our own campervan that the idea of VanGo was born.
Appalachia is beautiful and has amazing recreational opportunities, but accommodations are limited while camping spots certainly aren't.
Vanlife is a cultural movement. But you don't have to move into a van permanently to experience it.
We want to offer people the opportunity to experience the freedom of vanlife, on their own terms, so they, too, can find their very own starry night.
~Tiphani & Jesse