Meet Dolly! Our cute as heck, 1981 Sunline 17’ Vintage camper. We would be happy to host you at our little o’glamper camper. No hassles here! Just pull up and unpack in your tiny house on wheels. Parked under the trees but with a pretty view of the rolling and lush Maryland farmland. The little town of Butler is just steps from the porch, where you will find BBQ, a coffee sh
Meet Dolly! Our cute as heck, 1981 Sunline 17’ Vintage camper. We would be happy to host you at our little o’glamper camper. No hassles here! Just pull up and unpack in your tiny house on wheels. Parked under the trees but with a pretty view of the rolling and lush Maryland farmland. The little town of Butler is just steps from the porch, where you will find BBQ, a coffee shop & liquor store. It will be a fun place to stay! Perfect for a weekend getaway or a mid-week work retreat.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Amazing glamping experience
Susan’s campers were a great couples weekend getaway. Besides the dolly camper susan has another camper. My friend and her bf stayed in dolly, which had a fridge, cozy bed, heater and stove top. My bf and I stayed at the second camper that isn’t listed on the site yet (ask Susan if you need two campers) . Our camper had a comfortable bed full of warm blankets, heater, fridge, stove top and microwave. Our friends came to use the microwave in our rv cuz dolly doesn't have one. Since it’s cold outside we didn’t use the sink or the pipes will burst, Susan supplied us with water plus there’s a sink inside the main house bathroom. At first we weren’t sure if it would be comfortable to use the bathroom since it’s in their home but we had all the privacy, we haven’t seen the hosts once while going in to use the bathroom or shower. Susan left clean towels for us too. We left the heater on most of the time and didn’t encounter any safety concerns. The heater is pretty safe to use and we left it on when we went out so we would come back to a warm camper. Our electricity went out once, Susan responded right away and we found the switch to turn it back on. The switch blows if you use the microwave and heater together. So we shut the heater when we used the microwave and the electricity stayed on for the rest of our visit. At night we lit the fireplace. The fireplace is located between the two campers, giving a cozy feel. We roasted marshmallows while our dogs ran around on the large grass area. There is also a picnic table if you want to eat meals outside. Definitely recommend this glamping experience.