From the team that brought you "Vannin': A Documentary", comes a new tale from the history of the vanning movement:

"Sleeze Lake:

Vanlife At It's Lowest and Best"

The year is 1977 and the custom van movement was at full-tilt-boogie. Midwest Vans Ltd. was a club at the center of everything. Over 500 members strong and with multiple chapters, Midwest Vans set out to throw a truck-in to best all truck-ins. At a small campground in Monticello, Indiana, they set about building a ramshackle resort town around a small pond they christened "Sleeze Lake". They expected a few thousand people and a good time. When over 6000 vans and upwards of 20,000 people showed up that's when the sh*t hit the fan! Sleeze Lake: the greatest party you've never heard of. Coming in soon from Little Cabin Films.



6000 Vans

* 15000+ Attendees

Campground Owner Jailed

* Undercover Cops

* 1 Broken Neck

* All Night Boogie

* Worlds Largest Kazoo Band

* Memorial Day 1977

* 1 Amphavan

* 1 Sleezy Resort Town 


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