Recent figures published by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing estimate that visitors made a total of 13.4 million trips to Vermont in 2005. Thirty-seven percent of those visitors came during the summer. Many of these summer visitors take advantage of Vermont’s outstanding outdoor camping facilities.Recently however, some vacations have been canceled or postponed because of the increasing cost of gasoline. Now there is a new choice when planning your outdoor vacation. Vermont Campers offers an economical and environmentally friendly choice in RV Rentals.Those of the baby-boomer generation remember the Volkswagen van with reverent admiration. Large enough to fit your friends and family, yet small enough to go anywhere at any time, these vans traveled across the country and many are still in use today.Vermont Campers offers the Volkswagen Wesfalia camper model for local or long distance vacations. Large enough for a family of four, yet small enough to drive without any worries about height, width, or weight. Each camper has a stove, sink, refrigerator, tables, and two double beds. All this and more for about 20 MPG!Jim and Janelle Fuller of South Burlington have recently purchased Vermont Campers and will offer rental services starting this summer season. “I have always admired the VW campers,” said Jim Fuller. “The fuel economy and the ease of driving make these a perfect vacation vehicle. Dependable? My brother owns a 1973 camper and it is still going strong!”Vermont Campers also offers extra camping equipment (such as lanterns, sleeping bags, car seats for children), airport pickup, and long term rentals for those who are looking for a winter southerly vacation. “We are also looking into fall rentals for the hunters and fishermen who want a bit of comfort while enjoying their sport,” Fuller said.For more information on Vermont Campers you can visit their website at www.vermontcampers.com(link is external) or call (802) 922-5689.