2015 Coachmen Freelander
2015 Coachmen Freelander
2018 C Class Motor Home! Manufacture says it sleeps 8: the master bedroom sleeps 2 adults, the overhead bunk can sleep 2 adults, dinette table can sleep one adult or two children and the sofa bed can sleep two adults. The bathroom and shower is in one room giving the master bedroom more privacy and space than other C Class RV’s. The master also has a slide out which allows plenty of walking space in the master bedroom! The main living area also has slide out which gives you and your guest plenty of space! We have installed a second AC unit in the RV to make sure that you stay nice and cool while camping in the summer heat! We have two TVs inside the RV and one outside for when you are enjoying the beautiful weather! Along with an OUTDOOR KITCHEN, propane quick connect, this RV makes for the perfect tailgating RV!
we will clean interior, exterior, provide linens, and provide selection of cookware and dinnerware. We will include folding table and two camp chairs. Bring your hot dogs and have a great time!
Don’t want to clean?
Black and gray tanks must be dumped prior to returning if the tanks are not dumped a fee with be applied. If not $100 charge
2018 Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite
About the host, Ryan
Ryan Connors canceled the booking 1 day before departure. This is an automated posting.
We rented Ryan's RV for a trip cross country (Colorado to Delaware) over Christmas week. We had a really nice time and had no issues with the RV in performance, no flat tires or things breaking, etc. Great gas mileage considering and not hard to drive at all. Super bumpy if you were to lay down in the back bed while someone was driving so if you get car sick easy, best to stay up toward the front or drive. It was loud-ish when driving so it was a bit hard to hear the TV (a must for the kids) but it worked while driving and there was a DVD player so we were all happy :) Ryan was beyond accomodating and super easy to communicate with. He was always available by phone if we needed him and even drove the RV over to our house to go over things in person before we picked up (this way we didn't have to do it over the phone or with only pictures). We were first time RV riders so having someone so nice, friendly, and helpful was really awesome, I cant say enough great things about Ryan! Definitly rent from him. When we picked it up it was a bit dusty clean wise, but I am a clean freak so I ended up wiping everything down with an antibacterial wipe top to bottom and vaccumed. It seems like 2018 is not too far back but the RV is definitly not fancy, but that was ok with us, it worked out perfect for what we needed. It has wear and tear from use, but again nothing that took away from the experience for us. I spruced things up with decorations and cushion covers to make it feel more like home. We had some trouble with the black water removal but I think that is more of our lack of knowledge than anything. Ryan was kind enough to take care of it for us the second time we had to dump it before returning. Overall, great experience and wonderful service.
5 Photos submitted by Erika A.
The RV is exactly as advertised, Ryan great to deal with Highly recommended.
Everything was wonderful. Ryan was super friendly and easy to work with. The RV itself was in good shape. There are a few 'wear and tear' cosmetic issues but none of it affected us in any way. We would totally rent this RV again if we have the opportunity. Over the course of our 4K miles we averaged 8mpg.
This was my first experience traveling in an rv and it did not disappoint! My wife and I made a 950 mile loop from Denver around the southern half of Colorado a d back to the airport. We drove the million dollar highway and the rv did great! It was so convenient to have everything you need right there with you. We stayed at 3 KOAs and a couple private rv parks. We are definitely looking to buy our own rv and will probably use Outdoorsy to help pay for it.
6 Photos submitted by Lee R.
The overall booking process was incredibly easy and Ryan was responsive right away. The biggest hangup in all of this was the RV had major mechanical issues that we wound up fixing ourselves during our camping trip. Firstly, I think there was an assumption that we would be somewhere with hookups, but that was never discussed so I think Ryan didn't explain everything based on that situation. However, the first night we could not get the heater to turn on. We did everything we could, but ended up having to start the engine in the middle of the night and use the car heater for warmth. We had 2 kiddos in the top bunk who were freezing. The next day we sought out another camper who recommended looking into a Sales switch that is connected to the generator. Once we figured out how to open that, we wound up cleaning and replacing it (it was covered in dirt/hair/etc). That was a good hour or so and likely would've cost a good amount of money if it wound up in the shop. The second night after we fixed that, the pilot light went out as well. We wound up reading the manual at 11pm at night and somehow fixed that too. It was another night of being cold and frustrated. Thank god my husband is smart enough to figure this stuff out -- but this would've likely cost A LOT of money had it needed to be taken into the shop. Upon returning, Ryan had zero idea that the switch we fixed/cleaned even existed and the pilot light situation would've been more of a headache if we didn't know what to do. There wasn't a lot of acknowledgment or offer of a reimbursement (even a small sum) for all the mechanical work we did to the RV during our trip. Overall the RV was easy to rent -- but it sucked avoiding not freezing during a camping trip and mechanically worked on an RV that wasn't ours to fix.