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Tyler Texas RV Rental Reviews (172 Reviews to Compare)

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2017 Thor Four Winds 28Z
$240
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Our first RV rental experience was fantastic! The owners made us feel very welcome in using their home on wheels. The orientation was thorough and included how to operate all components, furnished amenities, etc. We pretty much had everything we needed. The only drawback is that there isn't a pantry with this unit, but that was easily solved as we used the bunk over the cab for storing our pantry items, toddler gear, and other random things we brought. The ride is smooth, setup at the campsite was easy, and departure was easy too. As first time glampers, this was a wonderful experience and we would highly recommend.

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2017 KZ Connect Lite 221rd
$90
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This was my first time using RVShare. Both Donnie and Meghan were great to work with and made my first experience renting and pulling a trailer so easy. The trailer was very clean and worked great for our campout.

2017 Coachman Pursuit
$220
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5 stars all the way! Bob and his wife were a delight. He gave us a very good orientation. He was available by phone for questions. We had a splendid experience and definitely recommend the 2017 Coachman Pursuit "MOLLY"

2015 Keystone Hideout
$100
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This rental was a great experience. Jay was very accommodating. The trailer was well equipped and very clean. We picked the delivery and pickup option. He met us at the Campsite, set up the trailer and showed us how the in's and out's. When our camping time was done, he came and picked up the trailer. We will definitely be using Jay again next year for Spring Camping!

2018 Coachmen Leprechaun Bunk House
$250
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Kenny and the RV are too notch. We’ve rented tons of times on RV Share and Kenny is always the easiest to work with, he keeps the RV in great shape, and he’s great with communication.

2014 KZ Spree Connect 250bhs
$99
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Excellent Value, Service and Communication

2013 1/2 Ton Towable With 4 beds & Megalounge
$149
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trailer was very dirty, tables had sticky stuff on them, refrigerator had mold in it and smelled horrible anytime it was opened, did not store any food in it at all, we spent time cleaning before we even put our stuff inside, carpet and cushions had stains all over them, water pump was broke and could not use water in trailer, owner made no effort to come out and repair, had friends that took the time to come into camper and find out what the problem was, furnace did not blow warm air, had to use space heater to even begin to warm up camper, propane tanks - 1 was empty and the other 1 was half empty - very disappointed in this rental - especially compared to the pictures, owner said he would offer refund due to lack of water pump working but then backed out

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2011 Winnebago Vista
$235
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Vince was great!!! Went above and beyond to make our experience perfect.

2014 Keystone Bullet 308BHS
$90
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We have never used this site before to rent an RV - George made the experience very easy! The camper met every expectation and was great!

2017 KZ Connect Lite 221rd
$90
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We had an excellent experience in working with the owner of "The Adventure Express". RV was extremely clean and comfortable and Donnie was very accommodating with all of our questions. RV was like new and had all of the bells and whistles which made our trip one of the best we've had in an RV. Thanks Donnie!

2017 Heartland Mallard
$125
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Less than 2 weeks before my 60th birthday, I got a hair brain notion that I would like to commemorate the event by renting an RV with my family and travel to Arkansas to visit some close friends for the celebration. As we near retirement, the idea of tripping around the USA has always intrigued me (as it does for many). The opportunity to explore the RV lifestyle (and the challenges of hauling a 40 ft travel trailer), seemed like a perfect way to ring in ‘year 60’. RV Share was a great resource to look for that prospective “haul”. I contacted many folks on the site and they were all very responsive and willing to answer any questions to newcomers, like us. We made the good fortune to link up with Jill. Her trailer was new and luxurious with all the comforts of home and located just 10 miles from our house. And, (although daunting in length) it was Ultra Light and an easy tow, in relation to my 3 horse trailer. This was also Jill’s first experience as a renter on the RV Share site, so I guess you could say that we were 2 amateurs making our way through our first trailer rental experience. Jill was very accommodating. She set aside some time to meet us the weekend BEFORE the rental so that we would have plenty of time to go over all the intricacies of the trailer. How to operate and connect the sewage lines, water, slides, propane, kitchen stuff etc. It was a lot to learn, having never even been in an RV, let alone being responsible for towing, setting up, taking down, etc. They were as excited as we were to begin our experience. They provided everything. Sheets, towels, bedding, kitchen supplies, games, even a small stand-alone icemaker and propane fire pit! We picked up the trailer the night before leaving on our trip. A short trip home and we were loaded up and enjoying the new “home away from home” right there in our driveway that night. The next morning we were off---grandson, dog, adult kids and us ---only to be thwarted with an extraordinary and rare event which terminated our planned trip, almost immediately. Something (a metal piece of sorts) lodged in the trailers’ connector shorted out all the electrical in the truck. We were stuck at the GMC dealer awaiting part replacements and repairs on Good Friday of Easter weekend. Jill and Jessica came and got the trailer and immediately took it to the dealer. Within several hours they had repaired/replaced the connector and the trailer was ready to go. But, we had no truck and now, no time to make our planned trip to Arkansas. Our kids (and grandson) were heartbroken. I started to call camp ground all around DFW trying to at least salvage the weekend with tent camping. It was almost impossible to find anything on the Easter holiday weekend. However, we found some available sites at a place by Eagle Mountain Lake. We told Jill of our change of plans and that we would come and collect all our things from the trailer and just go tent camping. They surprised us with an offer to transport the trailer to the campsite at Eagle Mountain and then pick it up on Sunday, so that at least we could have our ‘trailer camping experience’. They sacrificed their own holiday weekend time (and truck travel) to try to accommodate us, as best they could. So, the weekend did not go as we expected. The campsite we found was less than optimal and not what we had planned in Arkansas. We didn’t get to see our friends, and, although the trailer was quite large---it honestly was not so accommodating for 4 large adults, a dog and a 5 year old active grandson BUT----did we make memories that will last all of us a lifetime..? YES! The trip came with something money can not buy: Patience, compassion, family support, the making of new friends, memories for our kids to share and draw from and kindness from strangers that became a special sort of ‘family’ (thank you, Jill and Jessica) So, would we try it again?---heck yes! (but with a tent site to enable extra sleeping space!). Would we recommend Jill and the trailer? Absolutely! Jill and Jessica truly went above and beyond to give us the best experience possible. The trailer is awesome. Anyone would surely enjoy staying in it. Not many come with the most comfortable leather recliners imaginable. We thank Jill and Jessica for enduring the first trailering experience, with us.

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2008 Starcraft Aruba LITE
$110
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The RVShare process was easy. James was extremely on the spot in responding to email and confirming the details. He was gracious and hooked up the trailer for me and his sweet wife walked me through all the details of the RV. We would rent it again! Thanks!

2018 WILDWOOD X-LITE 273 QBXL
$150
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Great experience. Good people to deal with.

2018 Ford Thor
$245
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Great experience! John and Tanzie are great and easy to work with... Will rent again.

2017 KZ Connect Lite 221rd
$90
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This was amazing. Pickup was perfect. Towing was a breeze. The camper was super nice and clean. We will be renting this camper again. Everything was absolutely perfect.

2018 Coachmen Mirada Select 37TB
$325
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FANTASTIC experience! This was our first time to ever rent an RV, and Rick was super helpful! I'd give them 6 stars on communication if I could. We were the second family to rent this brand new RV, and it was great. In-motion satellite, washer and dryer (and a good allotment of daily generator time to use them driving down the road), and TWO bathrooms. If you are crazy enough to travel in a confined space with seven people, there will be a place for everyone to sleep. The RV was fully stocked with everything we needed - dishes, cooking supplies (coffee filters, salt and pepper, sugar - the annoying little things you always forget), linens, chairs, table, movies, books, games, and other stuff - we just needed to add food and people. I highly recommend this rental!

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2015 Palomino 220X Hybrid
$98
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What a wonderful experience. We can't say enough good things about Nora and their travel trailer. The trailer was exactly what we needed and Nora was extremely helpful when walking us through the pick up. This was our first RV experience and they really took the time to answer all of our questions. The trailer was comfortable and clean and perfect for our weekend getaway. Thanks for making it so easy and fun for us. 10,000 Stars!

2007 Forest River Lexington 283 GTS
$225
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Excellent!

2017 Grey Wolf Cherokee 23DBH
$125
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Very satisfied with this camper for our week long spring break trip!

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2017 Coachman Pursuit
$220
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Great rental! Bob is very helpful.

2018 Coachmen Leprechaun Bunk House
$250
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My first time renting an RV and it was a flawless experience. Kenny was great and super accommodating and I would recommend this RV to anyone. It slept 6 comfortably and with plenty of room.

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2016 Forest River Grey Wolf
$114
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Very easy pickup and everything worked and was clean

2015 Littler Guy Tag Max
$50
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Was great overall! No complaints

2016 FRRV 26DBH
$120
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Excellent

2016 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31'
$250
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The rv worked great. However as noted the communication was bad. I asked about the dog before booking. Then at pickup he acted surprised but said it was ok and didn’t note any extra charge. Also asked for cash on the side for insurance. And then gave us the wrong address for pickup. Was late for return. Charged over 600 for a minor repair.

2014 KZ Spree Connect 250bhs
$99
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This was our first time renting an RV and we were so lucky that we happened to choose Brandon and his beautiful RV. Not only was the price right for us, but Brandon was so helpful and his RV was so much more than we expected! We were very nervous about taking out someone else's RV and Brandon was great at calming us and reassuring us that it would be OK. Everything went very well, and our family was completely comfortable. The RV is beautiful, well maintained, CLEAN, has many amenities we never even used, easy to pull and hook up/set up.....we just couldn't be happier. Brandon was so kind to us. Because we were nervous we called him a few times with questions and he was patient and gave us the exact answers we needed. I can recommend renting from Brandon 100% and I guarantee you will not be disappointed with him or his RV. We are planning a couple of other weekend trips this year and we won't look at any other owners or RV's. Thank you so much Brandon.

2017 Thor Ace 29.3
$199
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Very nice and new RV that is easy to drive and set up.

2011 Sunsetter Forest River
$199
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This was our first experience to RV and rent from a private individual (we usually rent trailers from retailers). A wonderful experience. The RV was in excellent shape and Dorothy had excellent communication thru the whole process. We would love to rent again someday.

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2015 Palomino 220X Hybrid
$98
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Great RV and very good rental experience overall.

2016 Winnebago Minnie
$140
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Jake (owner) was very pleasant to deal with. We had to clean the interior a bit upon pick up, but we would've cleaned a spotless rental anyway, just as standard operating procedure, so that was a non-event! We experienced a few minor maintenance issues with the trailer (these types of things are to be expected), but nothing that spoiled our awesome vacation, and no worse than any retail rental we've used. This trailer was the perfect layout for our family, and we would have happily rented it for a week longer if the boss hadn't made me come back to work! Excellent value, great trailer, very good owner. We will most likely rent this exact trailer from Jake again for our next adventure...it was well worth the 2.5 hr round-trip to pick it up. This was our first experience with RVshare, but you'd be hard-pressed to find a better trailer value/experience with another owner. Great experience!

2016 Fun finder signature F281biks
$175
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This unit was perfect for our family of four. The full-size fridge was one of the main attractions and it did not disappoint. No messing with coolers or those ineffective "rv refrigerators" that do not keep anything cool or frozen. The outdoor kitchen was awesome and we cooked breakfast out there every morning. The Owner was super helpful and even included a lot of extras like chairs, outdoor rug, etc. We are for sure taking this one out again!

2016 keystone cougar 32fbs 3-slide out
$125
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Excellent trailer. Would rent again.

2017 Little Guy T@G M@X Package
$75
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Excellent rental!!

2011 Thor Hurricane 31J
$249
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Great experience.

2013 1/2 Ton Towable With 4 beds & Megalounge
$149
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Great!

2017 Keystone Passport 3320BH
$170
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Really nice trailer. Exactly as advertised. Pickup was very easy and the owners did a nice job explaining the ins&outs;.

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