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2017 Forest river R-Pod 180
$114
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We rented this RV from Will for over 2 weeks and had no issues. He made it extremely easy for us to pick up and drop off as our schedule was tight. Everything worked perfectly and the RV was extremely clean.

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2015 Redwood Crossland
$139
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This was our first time using and pulling a 5th wheel. Everything was perfect!

2016 Forest River Wild Cat max
$125
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Jeannette was such a pleasure to work with. Trailer was clean and well stocked. She even set up a an outdoor doggy pen for us. It was absolutely fantastic. She was incredibly nice and was extremely punctual (she dropped off our trailer and picked it up at the campsite). Would absolutely recommend to anyone who needs a trailer!!!

2013 Keystone Passport 238MLWE
$100
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A positive experience. Thoughtfully equipped, very nice trailer. People were very nice and easy to deal with. Communication was always easy, owners definitely want to make you happy.

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2018 Jayco 174bh
$100
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It was a great renting experience. I definitely recommend Mat and his trailer. Thank you

2012 airstream sport 16' bambi
$100
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Excellent Trailer

2017 Forest River Arctic Wolf 26DBH8
$100
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Very happy! Wendy and her husband were great to work with and made our first RV rental experience a great one.

2015 Keystone Passport
$99
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Renting from Andy was an awesome experience! This was our first time renting through RV share and the process was pretty easy and straight forward. The RV was clean and came with all the tools, gear, and accessories that you’re going to need. I would highly recommend renting Andy’s RV. He is very quick to respond to any questions and took the time to explain how everything worked when we arrived. Thanks a lot, Andy. My family and I had a great experience!

2016 Sommerset Evolution E3
$70
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Everything went great! Pick up, set up and drop off!

2017 Kz-rv Escape
$125
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Wonderful! The RV was great and Sonny was great to deal with. Tons of sleeping room, just enough amenities to make camping nice but not overly fancy. Loved the use of a heater. The pop out beds have thinner mattresses. This isn’t something to improve, but if you want a cushier sleeping arrangement, bring a pad to put on them or sleep on the couch / table setup.

2017 Coachmen Pursuit 30fw
$250
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So Much To Do...So Little Time ☹️

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2006 Keystone 18spring
$85
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Great little trailer with a BIG back picture window!

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2014 Coachmen Freelander
$155
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The interior has some wear and tear, but is functional. The engine runs great and the vehicle drives well. Overall, this is a great value for your money, and Alina is very responsive to requests and communications. She is also awesome with allowing pretty much any reasonable pickup and drop off times so you can get the most out of your rental period. Hassle free pick up and return. If I need to rent another RV, I'll be back!

2017 Outdoors RV Creekside
$125
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This is a nice well cared for RV. Great overall experience and we would definitely rent this one again.

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2012 Jayco Jay Flight Swift Series M-267
$119
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Steven was incredibly helpful, kind, and generous! He went above and beyond to help with the rental, and I can't recommend him enough.

2018 Jayco Jayflight 29 BHDB
$130
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Great people to rent from. Easy pick up, had everything we needed, enjoyed our time in it. Slept six adults just fine.

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2017 Keystone Bullet ultralite 272bh
$119
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Another really nice experience with Brandon and Shannon.

2018 Kodiak Ultimate BunkHouse
$135
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Ryan was extremely helpful and accommodating! It made our first experience in an RV that much better!

2017 Forest River R Pod 182-G
$110
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Great rental experience. It was just like borrowing a trailer from a friend.

2017 Starcraft Ar-one maxx
$100
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Great!

2017 Forest River Bunkhouse 272BHS
$119
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Very nice RV, great price to go camping for the weekend. Owner was very easy to work with and explained everything on the trailer very well.

2015 R-Pod 179
$100
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Shannon was wonderful! She was prompt, great communication, and was very kind. I highly recommend both her RV and renting from her.

2013 Keystone Cougar
$100
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Very nice young couple with energetic young boys. They were very pleasant to deal with and enjoyed meeting them. Hope they have a happy and prosperous future.

2017 Keystone
$120
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Sam was a pleasure to work with! Everything was ready when we came to pick it up. He quickly explained all the utilities and how to use them and got us on our way.

2018 Star Craft Autumn Ridge
$85
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Travis was very nice and helpful. Made pickup and drop off very fast and easy.

2014 Coachman Freelander
$175
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Was our first time renting an RV and using RVshare. Darin was very helpful when I goofed up on a couple of items in reserving the RV. Was a bummer for our daughter who wanted to watch DVD's on the RV tv. We had to use generator to do that when we stopped. Other than that, had a great time, the RV is stocked with a lot of items to use on a trip. The RV was very clean and comfortable. Thanks Darin for a wonderful memory trip.

2013 Forrest river Sunseeker
$180
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Excellent experience. The RV drives well and is really comfortable. We had 3 adults and 2 kids under 4 years old and it was totally adequate for that. The gas grill they have in the RV rocks and it had plenty of chairs and bedding and things like that. Stephanie was very easy to communicate with and was very accommodating of my insane travel schedule.

2014 Coachmen Viking
$70
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We had a really good experience with Marv's tent trailer. Marv is one of those helpful individuals who can't do enough for you, and it was great for us as first time trailer haulers. Because we were first-timers, we had Marv deliver the trailer to our home so that we didn't have to negotiate Portland traffic with our first few miles of travel towing. He also demonstrated the complete set-up process at our home, pointing out the little details that would ensure success and protect the trailer. He also demonstrated the take-down process which was equally helpful and informative. Afterwards, he and his daughter wrote down the key steps in the order that we needed to follow to get everything right! And, it worked great. We were able to disconnect, level, and set up the trailer with relative ease and no snafus after we reached the campground. The trailer towed very easily with our Toyota Highlander. I did know it was behind me, of course, but it did not noticeably slow us down going uphill, although it did impact our usual gas mileage. Not bad though. The trailer was tall enough that it was difficult for me to see right behind the trailer while towing, and that was a little uncomfortable, but the side mirrors were adequate to see what was going on in the adjacent lanes. Overall, towing this trailer was a lot easier and less stressful than I had expected. We did have a minor problem with the battery, and that was mostly because I did not fully comprehend Marv's instructions. I managed to drain the trailer's battery by running the refrigerator with the 12 volt system turned on, after I had disconnected the plug from the towing vehicle. I still don't fully understand why, but this resulted in a dead battery which would not power the heater system. This was a minor inconvenience for us, and by re-attaching the power cord and running the towing vehicle we were able to recharge the battery enough to get heat the following night and morning which was pretty chilly up in the mountains. The inside of the trailer was plenty roomy for the 2 of us, and the king size beds were pretty good for camping beds.

2016 Riverside Whitewater 819
$125
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Made our 10th anniversary trip a smooth experience. Couldn’t be more satisfied

2007 Truck & Camper combo
$170
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This rig perfectly fit our needs for a long weekend. The owner was amazing with communication and accommodating our needs!

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2014 Forest River Berkshire 390bh
$325
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Rob was outstanding to work with and went out of his way to make sure things were right. The RV is gorgeous and has all the creature comforts you need to have an awesome vacation. We'll definitely rent again!

2017 Forest River R Pod 182-G
$110
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Great couple to deal with. Easy to communicate with. Had small problem at start and they went out of their way to resolve it.

2011 Jay Flight
$100
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Great camper, everything worked perfectly, Shawn is easy to deal with, highly recommend!

2018 Forest River Wildcat
$115
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Excellent response; chrid even brought us s generator since we were camping off the grid

2015 Runaway CoolCamp
$29
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Great experience!

2017 Outdoors RV Creekside
$125
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Fantastic Trailer, Brand New, super spacious and clean. Thanks a lot!!

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