Cabana Camper Vans and Eddie Bauer for Ultimate Adventure

Looking for adventure made simple? Cabin is the solution. Cabana offers a new experience to travelers: luxury comfort and freedom of movement. The company has designed and built a fleet of bespoke, premium mobile hotel rooms to give travelers the freedom to travel and sleep wherever and whenever they want. Cabana’s technology hosting, combined with personalized trip planning, provides flexible and convenient travel so guests can focus on the trip and the people they are with.

Cabana Camper Vans x Eddie Bauer

Inside the Cabana motorhome.

Cabana RV rental company and iconic outdoor brand, Eddie Bauer, have teamed up to provide a unique experience for exploring the Pacific Northwest. The collaboration includes an Eddie Bauer takeover of five Cabanas, outfitted with Eddie Bauer bedding, gear and accessories. Through this partnership, Cabana customers can also rent gear from Eddie Bauer, to ensure they have the technical clothing and gear needed for their adventures. Cabana’s efficient design allows for three to five maintenance-free off-grid days and through Eddie Bauer’s rental program, customers will have access to affordable technical clothing and equipment.

Each Eddie Bauer cabin is equipped with:

• Eddie Bauer bedding set (including Eddie Bauer’s softest oversized duvet)
• Household linen
• Cozy blankets
• Camping lantern
• Stanley French press
• Adventure Mugs
• Portable Cornhole
• Launch ringtone
• Camping table
• Tote

Eddie Bauer and cabin accessories.

What always comes in your Cabana

• Queen size bed
• Toilet
• Shower
• Sliding kitchen
• Interior sink
• Heating and ceiling fan
• Wireless

What does it look like?

Cabana pull the grill.

Cabana’s mobile hotel fleet is cohesive in design, so you know exactly what you’re getting. La Cabana sleeps and accommodates two people. It has two seats with seat belts (the driver’s seat and a passenger) and a queen size bed. Once parked, four people can fit comfortably in the van. Only two people are allowed to drive the vehicle.

With Cabana, you can stay in tent or RV campsites that can fit a 20ft vehicle. In some areas like National Forests, Bureau of Land Management lands, and even some city streets, you can get off the road and spend the night wherever you want. With necessities like shower and toilet included, traditional camping gear isn’t necessary.

Cabana RV showers.

All vans are equipped with a galley, which includes a two-burner stove, outdoor sink, pot, pan, spatula, cooking spoon, two sets of bamboo cutlery, two palm leaf plates and two bowls. Cooking oil and seasoning packets for about two meals are included to get you started.

The Cabana has a rear view camera and fits in a regular parking spot for your convenience. The Cabanas get 19 miles per gallon on the highway and don’t need to be plugged into shore power to charge. PS – They also offer unlimited miles for free!

Want to bring your best furry friend? A $100 pet fee applies to cover additional cleaning required after travel for four-legged passengers. To make the trip even more comfortable for your four-legged friend, customers have the option of adding the dog kit to your booking at checkout.

Plan your adventure

Book, plan and start your trip from your phone. Take their travel quiz and let Cabana customize your itinerary, complete with must-see campsites and sights. Cabana Concierge, a trip planning service, offers personalized itineraries complete with campsite reservations, route planning, and activity recommendations.

Cabana RV view.

Eddie Bauer Cabanas can only be rented from the Seattle Cabana location and cost $50 more per night than the standard Cabana rental. All Cabana prices are dynamic, so please refer to the booking page for exact prices for the dates you are travelling.

Eddie Bauer Cabanas are now available for rental at Simply select Eddie Bauer Cabanas from the Reservation drop-down menu, enter the dates you wish to travel, and complete the standard check-out process. When it’s time to hit the road, use the Cabana app to unlock your Eddie Bauer Cabana and hit the road.

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