Moving on up

Early in 2013, Brandon backed the first Vintage Airstream into our humble Poplar Grove location. At that moment, this 5,000 square foot building felt sufficient for our needs. We worked hard to [...]

Four Months Later

  Here at Camper Repardise, we’ve recently completed a few units worth mentioning; A custom Airstream Overlander, a restored 1960 Mobil Scout, and a modified-for-the-service-industry [...]

Jeepers Creepers

When Brandon launched Reparadise, as expected for any start up, there were many holes in the tool department. One gaping void was the lack of a creeper — an essential to any service shop [...]

The Alaskan Camper

Originally named Alcan, after the infamous stretch of road connecting Alaska to the continental United States of America, the story behind the first telescoping camper is a fascinating one. [...]

chillville

Once famous for sweet onions, a burgeoning wine industry now casts a prominent grapevine-shadow over Walla Walla’s celebrated crop. This reputation started in the late seventies and has grown [...]

Just a Musher

“Dream big, dare to fail” is a quote from Colonel Norman D. Vaughan, a Harvard dropout, presidential inauguration gate-crasher, and dog musher. The wiki’s give a good summary of his badass-ness, [...]

Vintage Trailer Axles

As outdoor enthusiast and purveyors of all-things camping, Conqueror Australia’s Urban Escape Vehicles have captured our attention on more than one occasion. Demanding admiration for impressive [...]

Second Sunday in May

Imagine, for a moment, a camper which lacks the feminine touch. It’d be an uninviting, dank and dark, sportsman’s cave with an aroma surprisingly close to a forgotten gym locker with [...]

Le Diable Rouge

Airstreams and bicycles have a long-standing relationship, dating to when Alfred Latourneau used one to pull a ’47 Caravan. Which, given his achievements (piloting a Schwinn over 100mph, [...]