Quality, authenticity, and style brought to vintage campers

We are a team of fabrication, design, and small-space experts

When Airstream was busy transitioning operations from California to Ohio and antique automobiles were considered classics, one of those classics, a Model T, found its way into the hands of Steve Zinninger and kicked off a life-long passion for vintage craftsmanship.

During that time, Steve became the owner of a national commercial/industrial painting company that required extensive traveling. Despite the miles, a growing family quickly piqued a new interest — historic houses. Tastefully melding modern convenience with retro sensibilities became a driving force in his home restorations.

Houses. Automobiles. Traveling. Kinda makes sense that the allure of yesteryears’ campers soon found a new devotee. That passion has been passed on to Brandon, Steve’s son, and the president of Camper Reparadise. Growing quickly, this small business now employs ten people. With decades of combined  experience, impeccable attention to detail, and a love of quality workmanship, Camper Reparadises team is uniquely positioned to advise and serve clients considering vintage camper projects from full restorations to appealing updates.

Our Skills

From reproducing the long lost to innovating fresh solutions, our close-nit team balances skill sets to produce truly exclusive travel trailer renovations

Metal Fabrication

Finish Carpentry

Camper Design


Honey Bunny, Ivy is beautiful

Brandon Zinninger- President

Meet Our Team

  • Brandon Zinninger
    Brandon Zinninger President

    A world travel at heart, Brandon’s recently changed paths and settled down in Salt Lake City, UT to establish Camper Reparadise’s position as a premium builder of travel trailers.

  • Bryan Rowe Lead Carpenter/Designer

    Rowe’s eye for clean lines and expert lumber choices leads to many of our modern interior designs. He’s fed more board feet through a saw than everyone in the shop combined, and the resulting fit and finish can be both seen and felt.


  • Chad Nielson Demo and Shine Shop Supervisor

    Thousands of hours of experience add up to a mirror finish on vintage campers when Chad’s manning the polishing wheel. His techniques, collection of professional equipment, and leadership allows us to achieve a reflective aluminum surface that’s unparalleled.

  • Chance Becher
    Chance Becher Head Electrician/General Constuction

    Ever since his first 9v Eveready shock, Chance has tinkered with electronics. Now he maps out complex RV systems for Reparadise, including solar, 110v inverters, and power controllers.

  • Daniel Hall
    Daniel Hall Project Managment

    Mechanically inclined, quick witted, and hardworking, Daniel’s contributions to Reparadise range from project management to business operations.

  • Evan Quam
    Evan Quam Master Fabricator

    Evan’s aviation and race-car fabrication experience tie nicely into the high-end camper business. From the chassis to the skin, Evan ensures every product that rolls out of our shop meets industry standards.

  • George (aka Bohdi) Schroeder
    George (aka Bohdi) Schroeder Fabricator

    When sparks are flying in our metal shop, you’ll know where Bohdi is. His experience fabricating off-road suspension and welding steel plays a vital roll in our camper restorations and non-camper projects.

  • Kendra Still
    Kendra Still Drafting, Design, and office Assistant

    Detail oriented and goal driven, Kendra provides our clients with camper renderings during the design phase … and, when Mel’s out of the office it’s up to Kendra to keep things in order.

  • Melanie Zinninger
    Melanie Zinninger Buisness Operations and Design

    From book work to interior color choices, Melanie Zinninger brings an expert eye for design to Reparadise while ensuing the shop operates like a well lubed machine.

  • Stephanie (Steph) Taff
    Stephanie (Steph) Taff Wood Studio, Camper Tech

    Steph’s skills range from a strength in wood working to just about anything camper related. She picked up most of those skills working with her grandfather on various projects.

  • Steve Zinninger
    Steve Zinninger Jack of all trades

    Steve claims he’s just a ‘painter’. But, in actuality he’s skilled craftsman with an excellent taste in classic automobiles, historic houses, and vintage campers.

  • Terrance Mannery
    Terrance Mannery IT/Business/Inventory

    A full-time student at Neumont College of Computer Science,Terrance is studying Computer Science and Business Management. When he’s not learning about ones and zeros, he’s helping to run the Raspberry Pi work stations and offering a helping hand in any of the many challenges this business brings.