Rent an RV for your next vacation. Are you planning your summer vacation but don’t want to fly? Or are you planning to stay close to home but don’t want to be crammed in a car for hours? Your solution: Rent an RV.
An RV eliminates the need for crowded airports and airplanes, hotels, car rental, restaurant dining and questionable rest stops because your transportation is all of these rolled into one. Plus many are pet-friendly so you can take your four legged family member on vacation with you and not pay the airline and hotel pet fee or for boarding or a pet sitter.
With an RV you pull into your campsite and no need to spend hours setting up tents and unloading gear. Just take out your folding chairs and enjoy a cocktail. Renting an RV can be an affordable vacation choice, with a wide range of options and price points to fit your budget and style.
Rent an RV for your next vacation – RV rentals through RVshare
RV’s and travel trailers can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $300,000. You also have to maintain it and find somewhere to park it. Many neighborhoods don’t even allow street parking of RV’s. By renting an RV for your vacation you get all the benefits and none of the hassles with a daily cost of not much more than a mid-range hotel room per night.
RVshare is an online services like an Airbnb for recreational vehicles. RVshare allows you to search for available vehicles and rent them directly from the owner. You can even get the RV delivered right to your door (extra fee).
RVshare is the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace. Founded in 2013, the company has more than 100,000 vehicles available – everything from affordable travel trailers to luxury motorhomes that can accommodate you in comfort and style.
When you book through RVshare you enter your dates, price range and location, then filter results by the type of RV (drive or tow, size) and amenities you need (number of beds, pet-friendly, kitchen and bath amenities, etc.). The owner will make sure the RV is clean before your stay. Just be sure to read all the terms and conditions and be aware of extra fees such as mileage overages etc. and don’t forget about the cost of gas.
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin have tons of places to camp. Or consider a road trip to visit family, friends or a National Park. I worked with someone whose group of friends rented an RV and drove to Graceland. They split it eight ways so it was cheap and they had a blast! Enjoy!
Rent an RV for your next vacation – Camping around Illinois
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin have tons of places to camp. Or consider a road trip to visit family, friends or a National Park.