If you are looking for a fun cool experience, how about spending the night in an old school bus that's been converted into a gorgeous camper inside as you enjoy the beautiful mountains of the Ozarks.
This cool bus is located in Mountain View Arkansas and looks like a beautiful cottage inside with all the modern conveniences. It's called the Emerald Gypsy School Bus and it sleeps up to four people.
According to Airbnb.com
Snuggle on the comfy full size memory foam bed with a good book or roast marshmallows in the fire pit after a full day exploring the local hiking trails.
And they provide quite a bit for your stay:
The Emerald Gypsy has WiFi, Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker, games and a fire pit with firewood
also included: ~linens and towels ~cookware and serving ware ~kitchen basics ~soap and shampoo ~starter kit of toilet paper, paper towels, dish soap and garbage bags ~the coffeemaker is a standard drip machine, filters provided ~the grill is propane, though there is also a charcoal grill for your use (byo charcoal) ~firewood, BYO kindling
And it's only $83 a night. You can find out more about this quirky school bus camper at Airbnb.com
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