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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Ann Arbor, Michigan may be best known for the school that calls this city home, the University of Michigan. However, this large Michigan city is rich with natural wonders, and is home to plenty of shopping, dining, and nightlife.
Less than an hour’s drive from Detroit, Ann Arbor is close to main arterial freeways, connecting the city to countless wonderful destinations. When you rent an RV in Ann Arbor, you’ll be just a short drive from arch-rival Michigan State’s home of Lansing, and a few hours from Chicago, Holland, and Empire (home to the awe-inspiring Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore).
Michigan has long been known for Detroit and “Motor City”, but it has a vast richness of natural wonders, incredible hikes, amazing water activities, and scenic cruises, too. The state is massive; it could take more than 14 hours to drive from one end to the other, while passing over the infamous Mackinac Island Bridge and up through the upper peninsula. Just a two-hour drive in the Ann Arbor RV rental will land you at the incredibly photogenic and iconic Big Red Lighthouse at Holland State Park. The park sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and its soft, sandy beaches invite sunbathers and swimmers during summer and winter recreation enthusiasts during the bitter cold months of winter.
You’ll be hard-pressed to locate a tree throughout much of the lower peninsula of Michigan older than 150 years. As you can discover at the Michigan History Center in Lansing, pioneer loggers tore through the state, cutting down nearly anything and everything in their path until they reached Lake Michigan. Preservation efforts in the century and a half since has helped return Michigan to some of its former glory.
Cruising around Michigan in an Ann Arbor rental RV provides you with an abundance of benefits. With an RV rental in Ann Arbor, you’ll have everything you need in one place, without needing to constantly pack and unpack, or check in and check out of multiple lodging locations.
There are a handful of parks and campgrounds around Ann Arbor. KC Campgrounds is about 20 miles south of town, near Milan. Full hook-up sites are available here, and pets are welcome. Detroit Greenfield RV Park is about 15 miles east of town, near Ypsilanti, and offers lakefront recreation and sites with 50-amp electrical service.
Farther from town, there are also numerous RV parks dotting the landscape of this hand-shaped state, which means you’ll be able to drive your Ann Arbor camper rental just about anywhere and stay awhile.
Timberline Campground gets you close to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, and Clearwater Campground is a nice place to plant the Ann Arbor travel trailer rental between Detroit and Flint.
Interested in exploring the Upper Peninsula of the state or the famous Mackinac Island? Then you may want to check out Mackinaw Mill Creek Campground. Also nearby, Muskegon KOA is in a nice location for those who want to be close to Lake Michigan and some incredible salmon fishing opportunities (just make sure you obtain the proper permits and permissions before casting a line into these waters).
When you book an RV in Ann Arbor, there’s no need to go very far to find some incredible city excitement. If you’re visiting with the motorhome rental in Ann Arbor during the fall, you might be able to catch a Michigan Wolverines football game. Tailgating and sitting amongst the estimated 108,000+ fans will leave an indelible impression. In town, you might also wish to spend some time along the 104-mile long Huron River Water Trail.
Ann Arbor will most often be overflowing with teens and young adults heavy-laden with backpacks scurrying along the city streets, moving from dorms and apartments to classes and back. It also boasts a number of bicycling trails, lakes, and streams to sit and enjoy a picnic lunch or simply bask in the beauty that encapsulates this great state.
A trip to Dearborn with the Ann Arbor motorhome rental will put you in touch with history at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. This museum is much more than just about Henry Ford and his cars. Here, you can surround yourself with history, including a flight simulator on the Wright Brothers’ first manned airplane or walk through the actual bus where Rosa Parks sparked the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Whether you have a teenager about to head off to college in Ann Arbor or you simply want the experience of a lifetime centered in this amazing city, you’re sure to find the best Ann Arbor RV rental by owner to fit your needs.