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25 of the Cutest Campers Ever!

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It’s that time of year when thoughts of cute campers start dancing in my head.  This year’s quest took me through the pages of Pinterest where my search for the cutest campers ever began.  From some darling bolers to something called a Cricket – here are 12 of the cutest campers I could find online.  Click below to see.

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  • Location for Hire 1 of 24
    Location for Hire
    A beautiful 1950's vintage trailer in Sydney's Blue Mountains is the location of this quaint styled trailer by stylist, Jane Frosh.
    Get more details at (Photography by Sharyn Cairns) for Country Style.
  • Bug Out! 2 of 24
    Bug Out!
    The Cricket Tent is part tent, part trailer.
    Get more details at dwell.com.
  • Travelling Wares 3 of 24
    Travelling Wares
    A travelling shop selling vintage wares down under.
    Get more details at kararosenlund.com (Via Desire to Inspire).
  • Cowgirls Forever 4 of 24
    Cowgirls Forever
    Ponies and campers go together.
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Lovelane Caravans 5 of 24
    Lovelane Caravans
    Stay in this classic while visiting the UK.
    Get more details at lovelanecaravans.com (Via Uncle Beefy).
  • Button Willow 6 of 24
    Button Willow
    Red and white (like candy)!
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Miss Rodeo 7 of 24
    Miss Rodeo
    A cute little turquoise number.
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Bolerama 8 of 24
    Bolerama
    An adorable little Boler gets highlighted in a photo exhibit.
    Get more details at lisebeaudry.com (Photo: Lise Beaudry).
  • Lady Bonins Tea Parlour 9 of 24
    Lady Bonins Tea Parlour
    A travelling tea parlour in South Africa.
    Get more details at ladybonin.com.
  • Rent a Camper 10 of 24
    Rent a Camper
    This adorable teardrop can be rented (as featured in Sunset Magazine - May/12 issue).
    Get more details at here.
  • A Cosy Outdoor Space 11 of 24
    A Cosy Outdoor Space
    Textiles from No Chintz are featured in a cute caravan vignette.
    Get more details at nochintz.com.
  • Texas Glamper 12 of 24
    Texas Glamper
    A 1953 Happy Home Cabin
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Finn + Feather Inn 13 of 24
    Finn + Feather Inn
    1972 Shasta
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • The Pink Flamingo 14 of 24
    The Pink Flamingo
  • Chickadee 15 of 24
    Chickadee
    A homemade gem built in the 60's. Complete with outdoor flip-up table!
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • A Blue Mirage 16 of 24
    A Blue Mirage
    A 1962 Cree Camper
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Strawberry Shortcake 17 of 24
    Strawberry Shortcake
    A pink 1963 Shasta.
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • An Empire 18 of 24
    An Empire
    A 1954 Empire sits in the sunset.
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Sea-Esta – Shasta 2009 19 of 24
    Sea-Esta - Shasta 2009
    A 2009 Shasta looks retro with a few fins and retro paint job.
    Get more details at sistersonthefly.com.
  • Starlette 20 of 24
    Starlette
    A cute black and white awning goes perfectly with this 8 foot Starlette out of New Zealand.
    Get more details at Vintage Caravan Magazine
  • Bubblegum Pink 21 of 24
    Bubblegum Pink
    A hot pink gem.
    Get more details at Vintage Caravan Magazine.
  • Red + Pink 22 of 24
    Red + Pink
  • The Viscount 23 of 24
    The Viscount
    A quaint caravan setting. (The garland is perfect)!
    Get more details at Vintage Caravan Magazine (Photo: Rosamond Blakeney).
  • The Regent 24 of 24
    The Regent
    Cream and red with matching sling chairs.
    Get more details at Vintage Caravan Magazine. (Photo Mark Waterson).

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