Feel the soothing vibe of a 1976 converted bus, perfect for those 'in need of a sanctuary'

Tucked into the South Carolina forest, you'll find "Kinder," a 1976 converted school bus that offers visitors the perfect place to camp without having to pitch a tent. Equipped with a kitchen, bed, and beautiful outdoor views, the bus is a great place to camp comfortably and enjoy everything the forest has to offer, including starlit skies, sun-filled days, and gorgeous scenery. "This is a wonderful place for someone who is in need of a sanctuary. It is peaceful and very cozy," Natalie, one of the bus guests, said.
The property includes a patio and fire pit for grilling dinner or enjoying the evening. The bus is only a short walk from the beach and less than half an hour from the nearest town, so you have everything you need close by. However, who would want to leave this cute, cozy, little converted cabin? The pastel green and white interior offers a sense of calm and peace as soon as you enter the bus.
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Brew a fresh cup of coffee or grab a snack inside the small but functional kitchen, which features a sink and half size refrigerator along with a camping grill and microwave for meal prep. Storage underneath the sink holds necessary cookware and dishes within reach.
Head to the back of the bus for a quiet, calm night of sleep. The bedroom contains a comfortable queen-sized bed, colorful tapestries and curtains, and an AC unit for those balmy forest nights. The original bus windows let in gorgeous natural light.
There's a living area across from the kitchen with a cozy couch, end table, and lamp. Across from the bed you'll find storage shelves. The space is little, but feels rustic, open, and inviting. Small details like oversized toss pillows, a soft rug, and colorful wall decor make you feel at home.
As the sun sets on the lush grounds, get the best seat in the house from the bus's patio. Adjacent to the patio, there's an easily accessible composting toilet and outdoor shower. What could be better than taking a refreshing shower in the great outdoors?
Enjoy sunlit afternoons and shimmering, moonlit evenings inside this tiny but adorable converted bus and camp in style! Bring your dog along for the adventure; there's a fenced-in spot for dogs to run and play!
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