RV camper travel is growing in popularity. Imagine waking up from your comfy bed, stepping outside, and hearing birds chirping as you look out over a lake with mountains in the background. You can’t do that if you stay at a hotel.
You don’t have to own an RV to have this dream vacation become a reality. There are RV campers for rent across that country that will allow you to travel comfortably and at your own pace.
There are many benefits to camper travel. A major benefit is affordability. Hotels are ridiculously expensive, especially in popular destinations. Staying in a camper RV rental will save you money, especially on longer trips. You also have access to your own kitchen, which will also save you money because dining out can be costly.
RV campers also offer flexibility. You don’t have to worry about check-in and check-out times like you would at a hotel. You also don’t have to worry about unplanned bathroom and snack breaks. If you do want to stop at an unexpected roadside attraction, however, you certainly can!
Let’s take a closer look at the different kinds of RV campers for rent. There are driveables and there are trailers that you tow. Which to choose depends on your vacation needs.
If you’re not comfortable towing something behind you, you might want to stick with a driveable RV. If you’re traveling solo or with only one other companion, a small camper van could be a fun option. Or if you’re traveling as a family, a Class A or Class C RV could work, depending on how much space you need. Of course, if you have a truck, you could rent a truck camper which will allow you to go over more rugged terrain.
Camper trailers are also an option. Pop up tent trailers are so lightweight some can be towed by a car, and they don’t sway very much thanks to their low profiles. Travel trailers come in all sizes, offer more storage, and include full kitchens and bathrooms.
You can also easily leave the trailer set up at camp while you head out to explore in your truck. Another camper trailer to consider is a toy hauler if you’re traveling with “toys” like motorcycles, golf carts, four-wheelers, etc.
If you’re considering a camper RV rental, ask yourself the following:
1. What do you feel comfortable driving?
2. Will you need a vehicle to get around town?
3. How much space do you need?
4. Are you willing to spend time setting up and tearing down?
These questions will help you determine what kind of RV camper to rent for your vacation.
Outdoorsy’s RV search
makes finding RV campers for rent super easy. Simply search by city, date, and price. You can also filter for the specific type of RV camper you’d like.
Camper travel is an adventure and starting your planning on Outdoorsy means you’re one step closer to fulfilling your dream vacation. Travel in comfort, with flexibility, and knowing you’re picking the best affordable option.
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