If you’re looking to get away from the city but you don’t want the expense of hotels and the fuss of travel, why not rent an RV?
We’re heading out in RVs on a tour of 12 different National Parks next summer.
There are so many great places you can rent one from now and they’re not very expensive at all.
According to Outdoorsy, an RV vacation is one of the most economical ways to travel with your family. On average you can save up to 57% on vacation costs compared to other forms of travel.
With our RV rental guide you could soon be on the road and enjoying a sense of freedom and security like never before in the great outdoors. Your choices are not just limited to full-size RVs – you can rent camper vans, pop-up campers and even teardrop trailers.
Escape have a few locations across North America and that means you may have more choice of where to start your journey than with some of the other smaller companies below.
We like that they use modern vehicles in their fleet (nothing is allowed to be more than 8 years old) and that their campervans are really easy to learn to drive, we think a full-sized RV can be a bit ambitious for a weekend in the country.
All rental prices include insurance and recovery plans too.
RVnGo works on a peer-to-peer basis and as with all such companies, there may be restrictions on vehicle availability or requirements that mandate that you return the vehicle to where you picked it up from.
However, assuming that you can live with that – they are reasonably priced and have a decent catalog to choose from.
We are disappointed that their rates don’t include roadside assistance though.
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