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The open road. There’s nothing quite like it. In a world of too much work and too much technology, the idea of slowing down and exploring nature on an RV adventure is sounding more appealing to travelers of all ages.
From Niagara Falls to the Grand Canyon, there’s no better way to explore the breathtaking vistas across our beautiful country than driving right alongside them.
“We’re checking a lot of stuff off our bucket list and we’re meeting great people,” Eileen, a blogger and RV enthusiast told Money Sense about her and her husband Jon’s decision to embrace the RV lifestyle. Like so many other travelers, they’re on a mission to see as much of North America as they possibly can — already visiting Florida, Texas, New Orleans, and Nevada, just this year.
An RV vacation is also one of the cheapest ways to travel in groups these days, on average costing up to 57% less than other forms of travel.
Still, for many newbie RVers, renting a giant motorhome isn’t exactly how they want to test drive their vacation out on the road. They also may not be keen on the idea of piling into a minivan and camping out in tents along the way.
So, what's a would-be road tripper to do?
The answer is simple: rent a caravan. Big enough for a family and all their road trip essentials, yet small enough not to feel overwhelming, caravan rentals are great options for vacationers new to the RV lifestyle.
Unlike motorhomes and larger RVs, caravans can be driven in reverse, making them easier to maneuver. A caravan USA rent also don’t require a special license like many motorhomes do. What’s even better, a caravan is basically two vehicles in one.
Since it attaches to a regular sized truck or SUV, you can drive with your caravan in tow, or you can detach the trailer if you need to travel or park somewhere without it. This not only gives you the option to drive with less weight around, it also allows you to be more flexible about where you travel — something that’s not always possible with a large RV.
Renting a Caravan In the USA
It’s never been easier to rent a caravan for your next road trip. With so many caravans for rent online, there’s truly something for everyone and every price point.
RVshare.com has some of the best caravan rentals in the USA, and we’re one of the most trusted RV rental companies out on the market. With thousands of caravan rental deals all over the country, we've has been dubbed “the Airbnb of RVing” by CNBC.
“The distinct advantage of renting thru RVshare is you pay a flat rate per night for the unit, with no additional fees for mileage, which can quickly tack on a huge sum of money to a long distance travel,” one travel blogger wrote on InACents.com. “ Units can be rented per night, or by the week.”
The process to rent a caravan in the USA through RVshare.com is simple. Just log onto our website, enter the city where you’d like to rent your caravan and select your travel dates. You can even narrow your search by entering the number of travelers in your group, choosing the year model of your preferred caravan, and sorting the results by price point.
Caravan Rental Deals
In this 2014 Keystone Bullet Premier available for rent near Houston, TX, your family will be ready to travel to the campground, RV park, or beach in comfort and style. Measuring 23 ft., this caravan is the ultimate in lightweight luxury, featuring vaulted ceilings reaching nearly 7 ft., large picture windows that let in plenty of outdoor light, durable wood laminate flooring, a kitchen with conventional oven and double door refrigerator, laundry shoot, and ample living space with HD TV and CD/DVD/AM/FM stereo with MP3 hookup. Priced at $149 per night, $649 per week, or $1,495 per month, it couldn’t be more affordable for a group of up to six people.
Over in Myrtle Beach, FL, this 2017 Forest River Rockwood is the perfect option for a couple or solo traveler (sleeps up to two passengers). The 20-ft. folding trailer comes equipped with two full sized beds, front and rear skylights, a kitchen with 3-burner stove and microwave, A/C and heating options, and TV and radio. As an added perk, this RV’s owner offers renters a free pass to attend the indoor/outdoor pool, spa and lazy river at area hotel, Landmark Resort. All you pay is $125 per night or $750 per week.
Trying to stay a bit more frugal with your caravan rental? No problem. This 2007 Fleetwood E1 available near Phoenix, AZ, is the perfect trailer for your next trip. Priced at just $70 per night, it comes with all the essentials, including shower, toilet, hot and cold water supply, kitchenette, and roof A/C.
Honestly, there isn’t much else you need. “People get fixated on all the bells and whistles like the granite counters and the 40-inch TV,” blogger Eileen explained. “But what you actually have to do is just sit in one for awhile and figure out where you are going to put all your stuff.”
RVshare.com Makes Caravan Rentals Easy
Once you’ve chosen the perfect caravan rental for your next road trip, simply complete your reservation online through our safe and secure booking system. Have questions about a specific listing? We make it easy to communicate directly with RV owners before you commit to a booking. This makes it easy to find the rental that’s right for you.
In addition, every rental booked online through RVshare.com comes with 24-hour travel concierge and roadside assistance. So whether you run into bad weather, a flat tire or other unforeseen event out on the road, you and your group can rest assured help is always just a phone call away.
Thanks to RVshare, it’s never been more affordable to connect with nature and explore the great outdoors.
For more helpful tips, see this article on the average prices for caravan rentals.