Skiers, Mountain bikers, Climbers
To fuel their own adventures, our team builds campers

When the buzz of our shop is reduced to a hum of emergency exit signs – it’s a good bet we’re scattered somewhere around the continent exploring. We’re not afraid to venture far to get to these places… because of that experience, we know what fellow adventurers need in a camper.

1974 Airstream Sovereign
1974 Airstream Sovereign
Backcountry.com Airstream
A large service window, refurbished chassis, restored body and much more turn this '70s Airstream into a mobile Gear Guru center, product show case, and base camp.
2nd Gen Mercedes Sprinter
2nd Gen Mercedes Sprinter
Sprinter Camper Van
This adventure command center, started as an empty Sprinter Van. It now houses everything needed to setup base camp at the trail head like a diesel heater and generator.
2015 Econoline 4x4
2015 Econoline 4x4
4th Gen Econoline Sportsmobile
A full, custom interior and systems build – including solar and coach tie-in to a Goal Zero Yeti – complete this Sportsmibile pop-top and 4x4 conversion.

From van builds, to custom vintage campers, to an inspiring connection with Alaskan Campers – the original overland adventure camper – Camper Reparadise knows what it takes to get to less popular campsites. In these builds, you’ll find extensive frame reinforcements to stiffen the chassis, long-travel Timbren Axle-Less suspension, and bumpers with a 2in receiver hitch for bike and gear racks. Some other features you’ll find on our campers are insulated floors, closed-cell foam insulated bodies, and full off-grid solar systems.

1964 Alaskan Camper 10ft NCO
1964 Alaskan Camper 10ft NCO
Vintage Alaskan Camper
After owning a 10-foot non-cab-over Alaskan in the past, a client commissioned the restoration of this 10ft NCO. What started in dump-bound shape – now hides many modern features under it’s fresh vintage look.
1973 Bell Manufacturing
1973 Bell Manufacturing
Bell Adventure Camper
This classic '70s camper rides on a Timbren Axle-less suspension for a dose of secondary-road prowess... but the loss of it's seventies leisure suit vibe in-favor of a modern twist really sets this little nugget apart.
1950 Traveleer
1950 Traveleer
Old School Look, New School Tech
This fifties canned-ham now sports Axle-Less suspension, a boxed frame, and Solar. Don't judge a book by it's cover.

But, the greatest feature might be that we’re not your average fabrication team clocking out to a sedentary lifestyle. You can see the results in our enthusiastic builds, clean designs, and creative use of materials. In-between building campers, you’ll find us exploring the great outdoors on mountain bike trails, negotiating 5.10 climbing routes, or smashing through fresh pillows of snow. And, most importantly – camping in a Reparadise special.

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