The idea of a custom-built van serving as a tiny house on wheels for a family of six might not be a hit with many and almost seem impossible but that is what life looks like for Tyler and Rebecca Christensen’s family. Making it all happen for them is the adventure van, a 2020 Ford Transit -budgetary and spacious enough on the inside to accommodate a large family with many useful modifications.
Christensen’s van life came into existence when he wanted to take his love for staying active and outdoors to a whole new level. Committed to making memories with his children was the driving force behind bringing this concept to life. The van has become an extension of the family’s adventure spirits.
Upon entering, you directly step into a multi-functional area that serves as the play/living space right behind the driver’s seat. This place has room to accommodate double two-seater benches for kids which are needed while hitting the road. It can comfortably be pushed back to the side when not in use.
Right behind this is the sleeping area. With double Murphy beds to serve, the family makes this space their cozy bedroom and is pretty comfortable sleeping in. Multiple storage options in the form of cupboard shelves are seen along and under the bed to store all their necessities.
Cooking in an outdoor kitchen setup with the basic necessities becomes a delightful part of their adventure. A seamless outdoor lifestyle is supported by using 600 watts of solar panels.
Riding high on their journey of exploration on the beautiful trails of New Zealand, the van’s rear end is equipped with bike racks to accommodate all sizes of bikes for the family. An easy-to-use outdoor shower and toilet system ensures comfort and safety. To learn more, you may hop on to the family’s social media page.
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