While you’re not obligated to include anything in your RV rental, many owners stock their vehicles with relevant products for the destination, activities and climate their renter will experience.
“Vacation-ready” vehicles might include:
* Toilet Paper
A more extensive amenities list might include:
* Sharp knives
* Pasta pots
* Can openers
* French press coffee makers
* Aluminum foil
* Reusable bags
* Brooms / mops
* Barbecue tools
* Camping chairs
* Camping tables
* Playing cards
* Mosquito repellent
Check out this sample introduction letter with detailed amenities.
To go one step further, some Outdoorsy owners surprise renters with speciality kits like emergency supplies (first aid, bug spray, duct tape), coloring materials when they know children are joining, or gift baskets for special celebrations.
If preferred, you can also charge for bundled amenities: $75 for a fully-stocked kitchen, $75 for linens (sheets, towels, pillows, blankets) for four people, and a standard $150 cleaning fee, for example.
Pro tip: Store relevant items together in large bins so you can easily move them in or out of your RV per the renter’s request. Tape a list of items to the lid, then do a review once your vehicle is returned.