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Inspired by the photos and stories shared with us, we wanted to know more about Pleasure-Way owners and their personal adventures in RVing. My Pleasure-Way Life is a new series that lets you inside the world of our diverse group of owners and aims to tell their unique stories. This week we feature Diana Stanton, a year-old professor of dance at the California Polytechnic State University who is currently traveling in a Tofino with her 2 Vizsla dogs, Sarah and Juno.

When did you first hear about Pleasure-Way?

I had seen some Pleasure-Way vans on the road and out camping. I was following van life people on YouTube and I started following Neil Balthaser of “Ultramobility” for his thorough and astute reviews. I was impressed with the Pleasure-Way quality. 

What sparked your interest in RV travel?

I have always been interested in camping, but really wanted a van for comfort and ease of traveling with a dog. I wanted a VW pop-top, which I did get finally. I have been traveling in Campervans and RVs for more than 25 years. 

Favorite place you’ve traveled to in your Pleasure-Way?

This one is hard to say, because it is fun to travel most places in the Tofino. But, I just returned from a big trip through Montana and Idaho. Glacier National Park was stunning. I camped at the Fish Creek campground in the park. I want to go back. Last winter I went to Colorado and Utah, and went skiing, all while traveling in the Tofino

Where have you traveled in your Pleasure-Way?

I have been on two big trips, and some smaller camping trips near home since I bought the Tofinoin November of I went to Boulder, CO from California to visit a college friend. I went through Zion National Park at that point, and also camped near Glenwood Springs. Then I went up through Wyoming and stayed in Park City, UT. I camped in the Valley of Fire in Nevada on my way home. 

This last trip this summer I traveled through and camped in: Bryce Canyon, Grand Tetons, through Yellowstone, the Gallatin River in Montana, Salmon Lake and Swan Lake in Montana, Glacier NP, Whitefish, then down through Idaho into the Sawtooths near Ketchum, ID, then through NV and ended in Mammoth Lakes CA for a week before coming home. Around here in California I have camped in San Simeon, and near Sequoia National Park in the Sierras. I have also camped in the driveways of friends and family. 

What has RV travel taught you about yourself?

I recently posted about this in the Tofino Facebook group: “These vans seem to become the works of art of our lives. They seem to symbolize the way in which we seek to experience our world. It is so fun to see how others have modified, decorated and used their camper vans. 

I was able to travel for a month and I saw things I have wanted to see for a long time. I have posted before that I started camping in a VW Eurovan, since then, I’ve had a Class A, an Airstream trailer, a Class C, and I am back to a&#; pop-top camper van! I found that no matter how far from home I traveled to find myself, I am still lost&#;No matter how much I travel to escape my personal challenges, the demons still follow. But, it is all tremendous fun and free in this van.” 

I also have learned how little I really need, less is more, and simple is best because it allows you to see and experience where you are. Camping is a very inexpensive way to travel. When traveling I have learned to enjoy the journey, and to explore and adventure in new places. I have met wonderful people from different walks of life, and I have made friends on the road. 

What has traveling in your Pleasure-Way done for you?

It has given me comfort, safety and nimble access to beautiful places in our world. The Tofino is a wonderful conversation starter as well and I made new friends simply by people’s curiosity about it. With the top popped and doors open, it looks like it might be a flying space-ship, so that is a wonderful way to meet people. 

Can you recall a time where owning a Pleasure-Way has benefited you?

Yes, that time is now. I researched the company and wanted a quality product. This van is part of my identity, my hobbies, and my life. Also, the customer service is stellar, and Pleasure-Way makes you feel like part of a family. 

Do you have any RV tips or helpful ideas you’d like to share regarding your Pleasure-Way van?

  • Downsizing is good. I had to send home 2 boxes of stuff I did not need when I was on this last trip. You don’t live IN the van, you live OUT of it. 
  • Camping reservations are almost a necessity now due to so many people camping – or you can disperse camp. 
  • Enjoy the journey, it is about the process. 
  • Keep things tidy and put away otherwise it gets chaotic and messy. 
  • Make sure to keep food in things that protect the van against inevitable spills and accidents.  
  • Stay connected via social media to see how others organize and use their RVs, many people have helpful hints.

If you could travel to any place in the world right now, where would it be?

I would actually like to go camping in Canada, there are so many places I would like to explore. I also want to go to Switzerland and Greece. 

Thinking about embarking on your own Pleasure-Way adventure? Download a free brochure and take a closer look at which Pleasure-Way motorhome is the right fit for you. 



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It is an exciting time to be in the market for buying a new camper van. We have the world at our fingertips. Your future camping trips can be a joy, an escape from your everyday life, and as cozy as a home on wheels can be. Make your dream a reality, and get out there to make some unforgettable memories.

How does the Hymer Aktiv Loft compare against the Pleasure-WayTofino? Comparing camping vans before you buy is an essential step in the purchasing process. Knowing what you want is half the battle, finding it is the other half. Tick off all of your boxes with the luxurious Hymer Aktiv Loft or Pleasure-Way Tofino. Both companies have been providing excellent customer service and high-quality van models.

Which is the best choice for your new camper van? Let’s explore a few of your top options.

Comparing Camper Vans

Shopping for a new van can be an exciting time in your life that represents adventure and freedom. Purchasing is especially exciting when you are buying a van fresh off of the lot. Everything is shiny, and it’s new and smells like it just came off the line at the manufacturer.

Haggling with a salesperson can be the least exciting part of it all, for most of us anyway. However, it is a critical aspect of keeping within your budget and being satisfied that you got the best possible deal.

Our best advice is to be educated and prepared before you even set foot on the showroom floor. Because once you are in there, it is easy to get swept away by the nostalgia of it all, and the persuasive sales team.

  • Are you taking a few friends or family members with you? A camper van is a perfect size for passengers. You will all enjoy what a pop-top van will bring. A bunk is fun and a sensible spot for guests.
  • Are you traveling solo? You will feel safe and confident in a camping van. They are easy to drive, simple to park, and amazing to camp in.


Hymer has been building dream motorhome and camping vans since Hymer got its start with agricultural vehicles. Did you know that there is a Hymer museum?

Built on Mercedes and Fiat chassis, Hymer describes their products as luxurious, innovative, and safe. They have been paving the way for motorhome and van design and quality for over 60 years. Since Hymer has been providing us with topnotch camper vans that meet all your camping expectations.

Hymer is award-winning and has won our hearts with their stellar customer service, and top of the line builds. There’s nothing quite like a Hymer camping van.

Hymer Aktiv Loft

Measuring in at 21′ long, the camper van is just short enough to be considered a Class B vehicle. The average parking spot is 18 feet long, so you may not be able to fit comfortably in one unless you can back in and allow the rear of your van hanging over a curb or edge of the parking lot.

An issue you will avoid with a van this size is that you will be allowed into any state park in the USA. Believe it or not, there is a size restriction of 23 feet in length at some of our parks.

  • This model is at the top of the pack, as far as price goes, $, is the suggested retail price. But you can see in an instant where that extra money is spent. Hymer outdid themselves with the Aktiv Loft. The Aktiv is fully equipped with everything you could want or need in a camping van.
  • Specifically designed only for the Hymer Aktiv is the priceless VoltStart. This unit monitors your use of the air conditioner, furnace, and other power uses. It also monitors the levels of your lithium batteries. As long as you have gas in the vehicle, you can enjoy the standard VoltStart.
  • One thing Hymer customers rave about is the whisper-quiet motor and appliances. It is seriously the quietest camper van we have ever come across. It is almost hard to know if the engine is running.
  • Let’s talk about the amazing windows and ventilation that you get with this van. If you are the sort of camper that lives for fresh air and cross breezes while you’re in the great outdoors, you are going to love the placement, size, and capability of the Hymer Aktiv Loft’s windows.
  • In addition to the windows, the window shades are hard to beat. Not your average flimsy see-through shades, these are full coverage for privacy, and they work wonders in keeping out the harsh hot sun.

All in all, we love this van!


A Canadian based company, Pleasure-Way, is all about the camper van/Class B motorhome. In fact, they don’t make anything but them. Therefore, their focus is right where you want it to be. Family owned and operated since

Pleasure-Way is superior in quality and construction. They are hands-on every step of the way. Meaning that there is no mass production happening, and vans are not flying off of assembly lines. Pleasure-Way truly takes pride in their work, and it shows.

As a friendly, customer satisfaction driven family-owned company, Pleasure-Way cares a whole lot about delivering superior customer service to you every step of the way. Their customer service sets them apart from the rest of the pack.

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Pleasure-Way Tofino

Have you heard what owners are saying about Pleasure-Way and the Tofino? They’re giving it five-star reviews across the board. It’s perfect for camping, and a joy to drive.

The van is 17′ 9″ in length; it fits easily into most parking spaces. Standing tall at 8′ 2″ including the A/C, this van is easy to see in a crowded parking lot. Built on the Ram Promaster , the motor is durable and reliable. Here are some of the outstanding features you can enjoy:

  • A manual pop-top opens to provide a spacious headroom with a 49″ x 72″ area. When the top is popped, you also gain a loft for your guests or your children. It’s a family affair.
  • Optional roof rack, but remember that you will have to remove storage before opening the pop-top. Think about what you would like to put in storage and consider a trailer or a cargo tray that hooks into the hitch, instead.
  • Comes stock with a hitch so you can tow up to 2, lbs., giving you the ability to pull a small trailer or boat.
  • Solar panels do not come standard from Pleasure-Way on the Tofino, but you can add them on when you design your van.
  • Blackout window shades for the side and rear windows help to keep it cool and provide stellar privacy. Also included are shades for the windshield and drivers/passenger side windows.

It’s priced at $70, MSRP, making it quite a bit more affordable than the Hymer Aktiv Loft. Providing one of the foremost warranties on the market, Pleasure-Way Tofino comes with an incredible Pleasure-Way Five Year Freedom Warranty. This limited warranty will give you peace of mind for five years or 60, miles.

The Pleasure-Way Tofino is an excellent choice to take on your next adventure, and it will average about 16 miles per gallon on the highway. It has 70 cubic feet of storage in the back section, giving you lots of room for your gear. The Tofino gives you that stealthy van look allowing you to get away with camping in places that you usually wouldn’t be able to.

This van is one great camping vehicle, don’t buy a camper van until you check the Tofino out.

Hymer Aktiv Loft vs. Pleasure-Way Tofino

Major Decisions When Choosing a Camper Van

When you are in the market to purchase a new camper van, there are tons of things to consider.

Best fit for your lifestyle – Make a list of the specifics you desire in your new camper van purchase, then do your research to see what the various manufacturers are offering with stock camper vans, and what is available with additional upgrades.

Your adventure – A camper van that is purchased solely for camping at a local campground a few times a year can be a completely different purchase than one bought to boondock in the middle of nowhere. If you’re shopping for clean and classy glamping, look for luxury. If you’re shopping for rugged and reliable, look for strength and functionality.

Budget – One major deciding factor when purchasing a new camper van off of the lot is typically finding what is in your price range. Spending more than what is available in our budget can put us in a position we can’t afford to get out of.

Instead of risking your dollars and cents, decide what you can realistically afford, and shop accordingly. Salespeople are very determined when they are trying to make a sale, with the ability to talk you into something you can’t afford.

In addition, you are probably wondering how well your investment will hold its value when trading or selling. You can read more about how well camper vans retain their value here.

Warranty – A warranty is a form of insurance for major purchases. Purchasing a camper van with an attractive warranty gives us peace of mind knowing that we are protected, should any issues arise.

We are spending enough on the van; we shouldn’t have to cover the cost of unexpected maintenance within the first few years. The manufacturer promises to stand by you, and that feels good to the consumer.

Maintenance and Repair – The purchase of a camper van does not stop at the dealership. Your responsibilities as an owner continue with opening your checkbook a few times a year for routine maintenance and repairs.

Checking into the estimated cost of the various brands of camper vans you have your eyes on will pay off. Prices can vary considerably from brand to brand.

Reviews – Many of our major purchases begin with an attraction to the product. Once we have found something that we like, we start to do our research. Not everyone will rely on the feedback of others, but reading through customer reviews can be very helpful in understanding how people feel about their purchase.

Consider Your Experience When Choosing a Camper Van

Are you a veteran camper? Do you have van/tiny home experience already? If you answered no to those questions, no worries. Everyone was a novice at one point in time, weren’t they? Nobody was born an expert camper.

Maybe you have been daydreaming about taking a grand camping trip or cross country adventure. You have been binge-watching YouTube videos for quite some time and collecting a vision board full of cool ideas and sharpening your survival skills.

Taking the first step towards this dream can be intimidating and sort of scary. Just take the first step. You can’t go anywhere without taking at least one step in the right direction, right?

The Joys of Traveling Wolfpack in Your Camper

Taking a trip in your new van can be a joy that is multiplied by inviting your fellow camper van owner pals. How awesome would it be to have a pack of your friends surrounding you, all of your vans in a circle (or whatever shape you like) around the site, out in the wild?

  • Circle the vans, get a campfire going, roast hot dogs and make s’ mores and tell stories. In the morning, you can all gather around and have cowboy coffee before you go out hiking!
  • Are you going to a big festival out of town with your closest friends? There’s no better way to take a road trip than in a fleet of camper vans, and once you get there, you will have avoided the hassle of booking expensive hotel rooms. You brought everything you need for a grand weekend.
  • Tailgating is taken to a new level when you bring your camper van — no more waiting in line to use those smelly old porta-potties. And, you’ll be the center of attention giving tours of your new van.

Once you have your van, you will find that like-minded folks will befriend you, or vice versa. All of a sudden, you have a network around the country or world you can relate to and travel together.

The Community of RV Campers

The van camping and van life community are chock full of folks that are more than willing to help others. Of course, we can’t speak for everyone, but the majority of people who love living this lifestyle are excited to share their wisdom and give advice to novices.

After all, once you are out on the road, you are at some point going to ask for help. And, eventually, someone is going to call on you to share a bit of your knowledge that you have gained.

Reach out to the van camping community to see what they have to say about your upcoming van purchase; you might be pleasantly surprised. You might just find the piece of valuable advice you have been searching for.

Living the #VanLife

Having a dream of living in a tiny home like a camper van, and traveling through the country can become a reality. Taking the first step can feel scary and awkward, but once you take the first step, more will follow. Before you know it, you’ll be living your best life out on the road.

So, how do you take this idea from dreamland into the real world?

First, decide if this will be a short trip or a full-time way of life for you. Should you choose to take a few months off from real life, there will be different steps. Both paths will require a van, though.

  • Temporary travelers will have to make temporary arrangements for their sticks-and-bricks homes if they are homeowners. You can accomplish this either by inviting someone close to house-sit or arrange for renters to take over the bills while you are traveling. Having renters will be a good way to fund your trip.
  • Full-time van travelers will have quite a bit more work ahead, such as selling a home, and figuring out where to put the contents of it. Selling, donating, or putting your belongings in storage can be the solution.

Remember, throughout the process of downsizing that you are doing this to open up a world of possibilities, and you can learn to live with so much less. Easier said than done but minimizing your material possessions can be a freeing process.

There will always be something that you can’t possibly let go of, and you don’t have the space to bring with you into an 80 square foot space, whether it be of sentimental value to you or simply something you do not wish to get rid of. Ask a close friend or family member to store it for you.

Now, let’s talk about pets. Will you be bringing them with you on your adventure? They make incredible companions on the road. Or will you have to make other arrangements for them?

Deciding what to do with pets can be one major challenge for pet owners. Pets mean so much and are hard to live without. But, if you cannot imagine taking them, or if you don’t think it would be good for them, finding a safe new home should be at the top of your priority list.

Can you afford to take this trip? For some, it could be deciding if you want to finance the trip. Can you take your job with you on the road? Is what you do professionally, something that you can do remotely, or will you have to find a new way to make money? Here is where the real research begins.

Don’t forget to budget for insurance on your camper van. We have a post on camper van insurance and how much you should spend, which will provide further information on this topic here.

Lastly, the route planning. Do you already have a wish list of places mapped out? If you’re a planner, and a list maker, get started. If you are more of a laid back, take life as it comes type, then just pack a bag and go. What’s stopping you?

Choosing Hymer Aktiv Loft or Pleasure-Way Tofino for Your Adventure

Hymer Aktiv Loft or Pleasure-Way Tofino? You can’t go wrong with either one. You may need to have a nest egg saved up – or maybe you’re selling your land-based house for one on the road.

Whatever you choose, you must consider the adventures you are planning to have – because that dominates this decision and what you’ll need to put into it. Talk to some people who are living the #VanLife and find out what their experiences are with each model. It’s a start.

Good luck with your decision. We’ll see you out on the road!



The Tofino represents a bold and progressive outlook with a uniquely sporty sense of style. The agile 17’ 9” chassis lends itself well to the Tofino’s adventurous spirit.

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The Tofino represents a bold and progressive outlook with a uniquely sporty sense of style. The agile 17’ 9” chassis lends itself well to the Tofino’s adventurous spirit.


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Overhead Bunk

The roof effortlessly lifts to reveal a 49&#; x 72&#; bunk with a 2&#; foam mattress, USB charging port, lighting controls, and zippered vents, perfect for sleeping two kids.

Manual Folding Sofa

The sofa features two lap belts and will swiftly transform into the 54” x 72” bed with use of the support cushion.

Rear Cargo Storage

An incredible 70 cubic feet of rear cargo storage offers ample space for bikes, golf clubs or camping gear which pairs well with the 2, pound Occupant and Cargo Carrying Capacity.

Galley Area

Located along the driver side the galley embraces minimalistic design while focusing on fundamentals including an induction stove, stainless steel sink, AC/DC refrigerator and laminate countertop.

Compare the Tofino

Finishing Choices

Exterior Colour

Bright Silver Metallic

Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl

Granite Crystal Metallic


Solid Maple Cabinetry




Steel Grey



Storm Grey


Go Power!®

watt (5 amp) solar package

Go Power!®

watt (10 amp) solar package

Roof Rack

Side door roll up screen package


Quick Specs

ChassisRam ProMaster Van Chassis
Fuel TypeGasoline
EngineL V6 Pentastar
Length (bumper to bumper)17' 9" / cm
Exterior Height (Inc. A/C)8' 2" / cm
Exterior Width (mirrors retracted)7' 6" / cm
Seat Belts4

Standard Features

  • MCD blackout roller shades w/ magnetic catch
  • Folding privacy/sun shades for windshield & cab door windows
  • Rear door roll-up screen
  • USB charging port in overhead bunk area
  • USB charging port in galley area
  • LED lighting
  • Flush-mount laminate cabinet doors
  • Blum® cabinet hinges
  • Laminate-wrapped kitchen
  • Vinyl soft touch headliner
  • Vinyl flooring
  • Fiberglass insulation inside walls
  • Foil-faced fiberglass insulation along roof
  • Fire extinguisher
  • LP, CO & Smoke detectors
  • AC/DC cu. ft. refrigerator/freezer
  • 1-burner induction stove
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Single-handle cold water faucet
  • Laminate countertop
  • Multiplex wiring
  • Dimmable LED lighting
  • Touchscreen control panel w/ remote
  • Dual Ah Eco-Ion Earth Smart Lithium (LiFePO4) coach batteries
  • volt coach battery disconnect
  • Charge line disconnect (solar and alternator)
  • amp power cord
  • amp lithium charger
  • Xantrex™ watt Pure-sine wave inverter
  • AC distribution panel
  • DC load center
Touchscreen Control Panel
  • inch full-color display
  • Coach battery state-of-charge meter
  • Coach battery temperature gauge
  • Estimated time until full charge read-out
  • Remaining runtime for DC power read-out
  • Real-time volt net loss/gain amperage meter
  • Solar charger controls and monitoring
  • Tank level monitoring &#; LP, fresh and grey
  • Climate control center w/ thermostat for furnace
  • Water pump and lighting controls
  • DC electrical system diagnostics
  • LED porch light
  • Awning style frameless windows
  • volt power outlet
  • Utility center (LP switch, amp power outlet, city water connection)
  • Spray port w/ hose
  • Tubular running boards
  • Sunbrella® roof tenting
Heating, Ventilation, & Cooling
  • Truma VarioHeat 11, BTU furnace
Plumbing & Liquid Propane Systems
  • Shurflo® automatic demand water system
  • Monitor panel for LP, fresh, grey and coach batteries
  • Interior mounted fresh and grey holding tanks
  • Sewer discharge center w/ grey water gate valve
  • Low point drain for water lines
  • LP tank w/ electric shut off switch
  • LP BBQ quick connect
Rear Seating Area
  • Table w/ tripod base
  • Manual folding sofa w/ two seat belts
  • Cargo net storage pockets
  • Adjustable ladder
  • 2&#; foam mattress in overhead bunk


Chassis ModelRam ProMaster
HP Rating HP
Torque Rating ft-lb
Transmission6-speed automatic
Fuel TypeGasoline
Braking System4-wheel Disc brakes w/ ABS
Stability and TractionElectronic stability control (ESC)
TiresLT/75R/16 E All-season
Chassis Battery12V 95Ah
Hitch and Wiring4-pin / 7-pin wiring connector

Cab Conveniences

  • Swivel seating &#; driver and passenger
  • Cruise control
  • Air conditioning
  • Power windows, door locks and mirrors
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Tire pressure monitoring
  • Telescopic steering wheel
  • Smart wheel functions w/ audio controls
  • 5&#; touchscreen in-dash display w/ Uconnect® 3
  • Integrated voice command w/ Bluetooth®
  • Audio/USB/Aux/FM/AM radio
  • TomTom navigation
  • Rear view camera system
  • Overhead control panel w/ 2 reading lights


  • Front airbags &#; driver and passenger
  • Front seat-mounted side airbags
  • Side-curtain front airbags
  • Hill start assist
  • Tire repair kit w/ air compressor and repair liquid

Weights and Measures

Length (Bumper to Bumper)17' 9" / cm
Exterior Height w/o Roof Rack8' 2" / cm
Exterior Height w/ Roof Rack8' " / cm
Exterior Width (mirrors extended)8' " / cm
Exterior Width (mirrors retracted)7' 6" / cm
Fresh Water Capacity16 US gal. / L
Grey Holding Tank Capacity8 US gal. / 30 L
LP Capacity (80% fill) US gal. / 22 L
Fuel Capacity24 US gal. / 90 L
Towing Capacity2, lbs / kg
Seat Belts4
GVWR8, lbs / 3, kg
GCWR11, lbs / 5, kg
GAWR Front4, lbs / 2, kg
GAWR Back5, lbs / 2, kg
Queen Bed54" W x 72" L
Overhead Bunk49" W x 72" L


Ram ProMaster Warranty USA

  • Basic Limited Warranty: Coverage &#; 3 years or 36, miles
  • Powertrain Limited Warranty: Coverage &#; 5 years or 60, miles
  • Roadside Assistance: 5 years or 60, miles

Ram ProMaster Warranty Canada

  • Basic Limited Warranty: Coverage &#; 3 years or 60, kms
  • Powertrain Limited Warranty: Coverage &#; 5 years or , kms
  • Roadside Assistance: 5 years or , kms

Pleasure-Way Five Year Freedom Warranty

  • Limited Warranty: Coverage &#; 5 years or 60, miles / , kms
  • Pleasure-Way Industries Ltd. warranties the specified new Pleasure-Way Motorhome free from defects in material and craftsmanship on portions manufactured by Pleasure-Way Industries Ltd. under normal use and service.

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