Vacationing in a recreational vehicle (RV) allows you to experience a lot more freedom that many other types of vacations do not. Free to drive almost any route on the map, the ability to stop off at secluded campsites and at every single point of interest that intrigues the eye.
When traveling in an RV you truly experience the breath-taking wilderness first-hand. Not only do you get to drive through the majestic Rocky Mountains, camping allows you to live among our unforgettable flora and fauna. Why not camp a night on a sandy beach? Or what about setting up camp by a quiet mountain lake (and perhaps catch a glimpse of a bear)? Just imagine opening your door in the morning and smelling fresh pine-scent in the air!
And think about the comfort! Camping is not what it used to be. An RV is indeed a home on wheels. First of all, forget about repeated unpacking, just load and go! Secondly, each RV on our rental fleet is equipped with a bathroom that includes a toilet, sink and shower (with hot water), and a kitchen equipped with a sink, stove, fridge and even a microwave oven. Just imagine how much cozier (and cheaper!) it is to travel and to have the ability to cook for yourself - but don’t let that stop you from visiting some of the finest restaurants while on your adventure.
These are just a few of the reasons why renting an RV is a wonderful experience and one that the entire family can (and will) enjoy! RVing, where ever you go you’re always at home with a different view. The destinations are unlimited!!!
Eric MichalesRV Rental Manager
800-933-4386 ext. 222
If you are new to RV travel, consider renting. The Great Outdoors rental department will provide tips for RV beginners. If you are an experienced RV traveler, buying gives you the freedom to choose what your perfect RV is.
If your schedule allows limited travel time, a single trip of less than 6 months or a few shorter trips, you may want to consider renting an RV because if you own your RV you will have to pay storage, maintenance and insurance costs even when you aren't traveling. If you plan to be on the road most of the time, buying an RV may be more cost-effective in the long run.
If your travel plans center around North America, the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, owning your RV makes sense. You can buy a new or used RV model that has the features you want, and you are free to travel as you wish. If you would like to travel by RV in Europe and other parts of the world, you will most likely be renting because shipping your RV abroad could be cost-prohibitive.