Jump inside a roomy and cheerful converted bus that sleeps up to 6 and boasts a complete kitchen and bathroom

Do you love camping but hate sleeping in a tent on the ground? Enter the Tealmobile, a cool aqua bus that turns ordinary camping into comfortable, cozy 'glamping.' This converted school bus is packed with all the creature comforts of home, including a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping space for up to 6 campers in fun, bunk-style beds.
Parked in Tennessee, the Tealmobile is near several state parks and campgrounds. With running water and electricity, camping has never been so easy and fun. Clean, roomy, and cheerful, the Tealmobile is the perfect place for people who aren't exactly the outdoorsy type to enjoy nature without all the insects.
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The living and dining area are combined into one space, with a full-sized couch and small dinette that offers cushioned seating for diners. The neutral color scheme is relaxing and visually appealing.
The bus's original windows provide plenty of natural sunlight and bring an airy, bright, and open feel to the space. Custom built cabinets in the kitchen provide plenty of storage space. Gleaming, marble counter tops are beautiful and functional, and the kitchen has everything you need to make meals, including a full-sized stove, sink, and microwave.
There's plenty of seating space to eat and relax!
The back of the bus houses bunk-style sleeping quarters, which are comfortable and quiet.
The bathroom offers a shower, toilet, and sink/vanity. Camping with an actual toilet? Yes, please!
The clean, private bathroom is a definite plus, and a hot shower after a day spent hiking and exploring is pure bliss!
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Check out this stunning Tealmobile, all ready for her next camping adventure!
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