It can seem daunting at first. There are so many options for RVs, it’s hard to know which one you need for your weekend vacation. Travel trailer or Motorhome? What floor-plans do I need to house 8 people? What amenities do I need for a week long vacation? I’ll try to answer some of those questions for you, so you can make an informed decision about the right RV rental for your lifestyle.
A travel trailer is the most common RV out on the road today. It must be pulled by a vehicle with a trailer hitch and a ball mount. If you currently have a truck with both of those, then you can haul a travel trailer! We offer travel trailer rentals because most trucks or SUVs with towing hardware can pull a travel trailer. Double check with us before you make your reservation so we can verify whether or not your towing vehicle can pull the travel trailer you are interested in. With a motorhome, you don’t need a tow vehicle as it’s all part of the RV itself! But that does present difficulties when you reach your destination. You don’t necessarily need another vehicle to drive around town if you don’t have any need to, but it does come in handy. Once you get it parked in the space, it’s best to leave it be.
If you are looking to travel with a big group of people, you will need to look at some of the larger floor-plans that have multiple bunks, couches and beds. Some motorhomes and travel trailers can sleep even more! That’s a lot of people in your RV! We’ll work with you to find the travel trailer or Class C Motorhome that fits your needs for the number of people you are bringing along with you. Some of our rentals can handle up to 9 people! That’s a lot of space!
If you are renting an RV and you don’t plan on spending a huge amount of time inside the RV, then there’s no need to splurge on optional upgrades and features. What good is the 50″ LED TV going to do you if you plan on spending your days at the lake and evenings outside by the campfire? Of course, a gourmet kitchen is always a nice touch, if you enjoy cooking for your family and friends, but unnecessary when you plan on exploring the area around you for great restaurants.
When you decide to rent an RV for a trip, I suggest writing down a list of the activities, number of people, and options you will need, so we can help you decide on which one is the best fit for you and your group. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to shoot us an email or check out available rental units online.
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