No van required, simply bring a sense of adventure and a desire to connect.
This is a safe space. Discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, age, language, national or social origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, political or other opinion, military status, property, birth or other status is not acceptable. Basically, be nice to everyone.
While with the Collective, no member should feel obligated to participate in any activity but should join and share as much as they desire. Participation is always encouraged but never mandatory.
The path is the goal. Appreciate and find gratitude in the process. We are here. Live in the moment. Enjoy the journey, my friends.
The Collective is, above all else, a community of individuals. When we come together as our authentic selves, vulnerable, and ready to share, we create something that is greater than the sum of its parts. We trust you to care and take responsibility for yourself, if you need support or a hand with something, reach out to the Collective. We have your back, you are worthy.
The Collective recognizes that everyone has innate gifts and talents. By sharing these gifts with others, we create a caring environment where everyone is supported. There should be no undue burden on a single member of the community to provide more than others. Come as you are, share what you’re able.
Some of us get up early, some of us stay up late, some of us recharge with others, some us recharge by ourselves. Respect in the Collective means seeing the community as a neighborhood. Respect your neighbors and their homes by considering personal space, privacy, and identity.
We acknowledge that there is a lack of accessibility and representation in our community. We all come from different backgrounds and have a different story. The Collective thrives when we actively work to re-educate ourselves on topics of privilege and history, lifting each other up and holding one another accountable. Diversity makes us resilient.
The Good Vibe Collective follows the Leave No Trace Principles. These principles include disposing of human, animal, and food waste properly, minimizing the impact of campfires and our rolling homes, and being respectful of current and future neighbors. All members of the Collective should be stewards of the environment and the outdoors. Leave it better than you found it.
Do I need to live full time in a van?
No, come as you are!
Members are both full and part-time.
We drive RVs, old vans, new vans, tents, motos, and cars.
Does it cost anything to join?
No, membership is free!
And, our goal is to keep all events, meetups, and caravans free as well.
Are you looking for certain types?
All are welcome.
If you connect with our mission and core principles above and want to get involved, we would love to have you along!
Reach out to us on Instagram @GoodVibe.Collective
or send us a message on our Contact Page.