Our Journey in a Biggie Campervan - Native Campervans

Our Journey in a Biggie Campervan

Journey Biggie Campervan

If you’re like me, going on a nice drive clears your head. We decided to trade city life for the back roads of Utah, Arizona, and Nevada. So, we landed in Las Vegas and headed over to Native Campervans. We hopped into our temporary Campervan “Abrah-van Lincoln” and headed east toward Zion National Park and southern Utah. The Biggie Campervan is the ultimate ride for a crazy journey.

* spoiler alert, this trip was just as awesome as the name of the van we drove *


Alex and I spent the drive jamming to a few playlists and planning itineraries. We have a few projects we were working on while we were in the area. With plenty of room throughout the van, we were able to store our gear in safe places. We didn’t need to worry about it moving around all over the place. 

If you have been to Zion, you know that it comes out of nowhere. It hits you with the most beautiful view of “The Watchman” that you have ever seen. We got there just before the sun went down. We took in the sunlight just before it disappeared behind the mountains.

The next morning, we woke up at about 5:40 and prepared for the morning hike. Let’s be honest, the day feels so much better when you start it off with a good breakfast. Considering the fact that we had both a fridge and a stove, we threw some eggs on the stove (not literally because that would be messy), along with some bacon, packed some granola bars in our bag, and headed for the Watchman Trailhead. We reached the top just in time for sunrise. Needless to say, it didn’t disappoint.

Great Sand Dunes National Park biggie

We spent the day in the valley, taking in the sun, and the calmness that comes along with the desert. We decided to keep heading east, toward Page, Arizona. A place that has always been on my bucket list is Antelope Canyon. I grew up looking at pictures of it, but I never dreamed I would have the opportunity to walk in them myself. I have seen many places that are hard for an image to capture, and this was definitely one of them.


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We spent a few days traveling through northern Arizona and decided to head west, toward the Valley of Fire. In a world where we are so connected all of the time, it’s nice to be in an area away from cell phone reception. It allows you to take in everything that is around you. We parked the Van and leaned back to watch Mother Nature show off a bit.

Every time I get out there, I always feel like the journey teaches me something along the way. Like that road that I didn’t mean to go down, that ended up taking me to a beautiful overlook, or the river that came out of nowhere giving way to a beautiful view of the sunset. There is also funny moments, like the perfect jokes from “The Office” that cause the other person to almost spit their food out of their mouth because they laughed so hard. Having a plan is great, but being open to the unexpected and the wonder that comes along with it is even better. We spent almost a week in a small van that gave us some big memories, and we couldn’t have done it any better. 

If you’re looking to do a campervan trip from Nevada, take a look at our page dedicated to campervan rentals in Las Vegas.

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