How to Make Traveling with Babies and Kids a Lot Easier

Last updated on March 10th, 2021 at 03:16 pm. Originally published on November 30th, 2020
crib and baby toys with a bag that says BabyQuip

While holiday and winter travel may look a little different this year, that doesn’t mean you aren’t still planning to pack up the family for a safe and socially distanced vacation. Now more than ever you may be ready to get out of the house for a change of scenery. Regardless of how you choose to travel, whether it be in a self-contained RV, tent camping at a state park, or staying in a hotel, packing and schlepping all of your kids’ belonging can be a real chore, and make you second guess if you really want to go on this trip after all.

That’s why we partnered with BabyQuip as a great alternative to overloading your car with strollers, high chairs, toys and more. They deliver all of your baby and kid essentials right to your destination!

Get 10% off your BabyQuip rental* with code RVSHARE

BabyQuip is the #1 baby gear rental service on a mission to make family travel easier. They offer thousands of baby gear items to families who don’t want to haul bulky gear while traveling. You can rent full-sized cribs, strollers, car seats, toys, books, high chairs, carriers, noise machines, baby baths, bouncy seats, pack ‘n plays, monitors, jumpers, and more.

They work with a large network of Quality Providers, who are independent contractors trained on baby gear safety, cleanliness and hospitality. They rent, deliver and set up baby gear at hotels, Airbnbs, vacation rentals and private residences. They will even meet you at your campsite or the airport! When you are done with the gear, they come pick it up at your convenience. You can find them in over 500 locations across the US and Canada.

Cleanliness and Safety

Cleanliness is always a concern when it comes to rentals, but more than ever in the midst of a pandemic. BabyQuip takes cleanliness very seriously. All rental gear is clean and sanitized after every rental and cleaned and sanitized again before the next rental.

They even recently started a new service called BabyQuip Cleaning where you can have your own baby gear deep cleaned and sanitized. They use only non-toxic, parent approved cleaning products and follow a thorough 360 degree cleaning process. Every nook and cranny is meticulously cleaned!

Baby sitting on a blanket playing with toys

A service like BabyQuip can easily go hand in hand with your RVshare rental! So we are offering you 10% off your BabyQuip rental with code: RVSHARE!

Your next road trip will be a lot less crowded (with a lot less fighting for space in the backseat from the kids) if your essential supplies are delivered right to your campsite. Check out to learn more!

*Offer is for first rental only. Must spend at least $150. Promotion ends January 31, 2021.

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