If you’re looking to do some fall travel with the family (or even for work), consider renting an RV. You can spend an awesome week away in just about any part of the country with a rental RV from RVshare.
The open road is stretched out before you, and you and your family can spend an awesome vacatoin away in just about any part of the country with a rental RV from RVshare.
RV rentals through RVshare
In many parts of the country, fall is the perfect time to go camping. Campgrounds are less crowded, lakes are surrounded by trees sporting gorgeous fall color, and the temperatures are perfect for campfires.
And many folks are still trying to find alternatives to traditional vacations that involve flying and staying in hotels (or squeezing all the uncles and aunts and nephews and nieces into a relative’s house for the holidays).
Rather than flying south for the winter, take the family on a cross-country trip and bring your ‘hotel’ with you.
Living the RV life is a great way to put a little distance between you and the world, and travel safely.
Pull up at a campsite in a national park, and tuck into comfy beds for the night.
Park at the beach and cook dinner in your own kitchen.
Drive across the country without ever stopping to use public restrooms.
Is it expensive to rent an RV?
The average price of an RVshare rental is $150/night. Older motorhome rental prices start at $100 a night, travel trailers as low as $50 a night. (Newer RVs start at $200/night for motorhomes and $125 for trailers.)
Compare that to the cost of plane tickets plus hotel accommodations. Think about the money you’ll save cooking in your camper rather than dining out. The benefit to your bank account is obvious.
By renting an RV, you eliminate the expenses of airfare, hotel rooms, and eating out. But your view will be awesome.
Should you buy an RV or should you rent one?
One of the best reasons (in our opinion) to rent an RV is that it’s an affordable vacation choice, with a range of options and price points to fit your budget and travel style.
Let’s face it, buying an RV is expensive – especially if you go for the high-end luxury types that really allow you to travel in comfort. A travel trailer or motorhome will cost you anywhere from $10,000 to $300,000 – and then you have to maintain it once you own it.
A much smarter option for the casual vacationer is to rent an RV. If you later decide you do want to own one, you’ll have a much better idea of what to look for.
RV rentals through RVshare
Online services like RVshare make it easy to find rental RVs. Like the Airbnb of 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.
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 any adventure in comfort and style. You might technically be camping, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be roughing it.
Vacation home or RV rental?
In many ways, booking an RVshare RV rental is just like organizing a stay in a regular vacation home.
Plug in your dates, price range and location, then filter results by the type of RV (drivable motorhomes vs. towable travel trailers and popups) or the amenities you need (number of beds, pet-friendly, specific kitchen amenities, etc.). The owner will make sure the RV is neat and clean before your stay.