We love to help.

We love to help.

Getting started

The federal government imposes tax reporting requirements on companies like Outdoorsy. This means we must notify the Internal Revenue …

read more

What makes setting up your listing so fun is that they are totally customizable. Do you know of a big event happening near you that will …

read more

Outdoorsy includes windshield coverage in all of our protection packages. Renters purchase these packages to cover the rented vehicle …

read more

Host service fee The host service fee for bookings is a percentage of the booking total. This applies to each booking. The booking total …

read more

For our full Owner Protection Policy, please click here. Outdoorsy is the only peer-to-peer RV rental platform to provide commercial …

read more

First off, congratulations! Getting your first booking request is exciting but it can also be a little intimidating. The idea of renting …

read more

The security deposit is the magical money set aside to cover your rear should something go wrong. You decide how much this refundable …

read more

Nothing stinks quite like a broken-down vehicle during a road trip (okay, maybe roadkill). Luckily, Outdoorsy provides all renters with …

read more

Meet, greet, smile and high five. Then dive right into the RV Departure Form. Run through the steps to make sure your guests know how to …

read more

If your renter reaches out to you wanting to extend their rental period mid-trip, Hooray! This means they’re having a blast in the great …

read more

Build a good foundation with your renters from the start by getting to know a little about them and giving them the resources they need to …

read more

Most likely. In general, any and all income you earn is taxable. That includes the income you earn on Outdoorsy, unless you’re exempt …

read more

There are many different services that owners offer at an extra price. Cleaning fees, pet fees, additional camping gear, surf boards, …

read more

Outdoorsy is free to join. You don’t pay us a thing unless you stand to make money, too. Once a guest books a trip with you, they pay …

read more
TAGS
CATEGORIES