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When you try to imagine the typical RVer, chances are an adventurous couple or family comes to mind. They're hip, fearless, and they've traded a life of stress and routine for a simpler way of being. It's the life dreams (and movies) are made of, but certainly not one that's meant for average folk like you and I, right?
No way! You don't have to be the most adventurous person on the planet to enjoy RV living. In fact, you don't even have to quit your day job or buy your own motorhome to enjoy the RV lifestyle.
Part-Time RV Living Can Be Just As Fun
Sure, there are plenty of people who've decided to live on the road full-time. But what's great about RV travel is that it doesn't have to be all or nothing. And plenty of savvy travelers are starting to realize just that.
Whether your vacation is a day or a month long, there are many reasons experiencing the world via RV beats any other way of travel.
For one, the savings is exponential. By eliminating the need for plane tickets and hotel reservations, RV vacations are cheaper, especially for families. In fact, according to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, a family of four can spend up to 59 percent less when traveling by RV.
“This was another kind of trip, a spontaneous one that we hadn’t saved for,” Matthew Frank, who spent only $500 on an impromptu 5-day RV trip with his sons, wrote in the Seattle Times. “I had time off, but my wife didn’t … We knew oceanside hotels were out of our budget. So, too, were condos rented online. Even if we could find a last-minute deal, it would be for a full week — time we didn’t have. So why not camp?”
An RV vacation offers convenience and flexibility. When you’re the one behind the wheel, you can decide to go where you want, when you want. No need to for inflexible itineraries, long airport lines or inconvenient reservations. From the mountains of Oregon, to the beaches along Florida’s coastline, and everything in between, you can explore it all in an RV, one trip at a time, when you rent a RV for a day!
And in a camper complete with a full kitchen, bathroom, heating and A/C, TVs, surround-sound stereos and more, today’s RV rentals provide you with all the comforts of home — sometimes even more than what you’d get in a standard hotel room.
Do 1 Night RV Rentals Exist?
While Frank and his sons had five days to vacation, some of us aren’t that lucky. Sometimes, not matter how hard we try, life gets in the way and we end up with virtually no time to breathe, let alone take a vacation. The good news is, an RV rental is perfect for a quick, last-minute getaway, even if you only have a 1 day RV Rental to enjoy it.
If you want to experience the great outdoors, you don’t have to commit to a 30-day RV rental, a 10-day RV rental, or even a 2-day RV rental. There are plenty of companies that offer convenient 1-day RV rental options across the country. You just have to know how to find them.
Best Deals On One Day RV Rentals
Maybe you’re planning a weekend camping trip with the family or an overnight tailgate with your football gang. Regardless of your travel plans, companies like RVshare.com can help you find the perfect one-day motorhome rental in just a few clicks. Simply log on to the website, enter your desired city, and select your travel dates. Then, browse through hundreds of options and choose the RV that fits your needs.
Traveling with a large group? This 008 Jayco Recon F37U, available for rent in South Carolina, sleeps and entertains up to 10 passengers. Priced at $300, this 40-ft. fifth wheel comes complete with a kitchen, bedroom with queen sized bed, a loft with additional bedding, a bathroom with garden tub in shower, ample living space with dinette and sofa that convert into beds, flat screen TV with DVD player and CD/radio, and a garage that holds up two motorcycles, four ATVs, a golf cart, or combination of bikes, kayaks and other gear. Great insulation, hot water, heaters and A/C make this an ideal option for year-round adventuring.
If you’re headed on an overnight family camping trip, this 2015 Keystone Passport Ultra Lite 238ML, available for rent in Tennessee, might be exactly what you’re looking for. Designed for easy towing, this 25-ft. travel trailer provides the ultimate comfort and convenience for up to five people. It features a kitchen with double size pantry, 4-burner stove, and microwave; a bathroom with full-size shower and toilet; rear bunk beds; queen bed; and a dinette that converts into extra sleeping space. Enjoy a family movie on the flat-screen TV or music under the stars thanks to the outside speakers. Priced at just $120, this camper is a bargain compared to most hotel rooms.
Perhaps you like the idea of a couple’s camping trip but aren’t convinced enough to splurge on a 3- or 4-day RV rental. Priced at just $50, this 2016 Little Guy T@G is the perfect intro into camping, no tents required. The 13-ft travel trailer sleeps two people and has all the amenities of a bigger motorhome (except a bathroom), including a kitchen with microwave and 2-burner stove, dinette that converts into a queen-sized bed, TV, and A/C.
More Bang For Your Buck
After testing out the waters with a one day RV rental, it might just happen — you fall head over heels for RV life and are ready to hit the road again. And this time, you want to experience even more.
The good thing about renting an RV on websites like RVshare.com is that it’s easy to find a great RV, no matter how many days you want to vacation. Need a 6-day RV rental? RVshare has you covered. What about an 8-day RV rental? No problem. A 9-day RV rental? You get the picture …
Just a tip, however, the best way to get the most bang for your buck is renting your RV by the week. For instance, this 2006 FourWinds Majestic 28-A for rent near Milwaukee, WI, offers all the comforts of home for $165 per night. But if you opt for a full 7-day rental, you pay $1,015 for the week, bringing down the nightly rate to just $145. Now that’s a deal!
Now that you know how to get the best deals on your one day RV rental, and how to get the most bang for your buck by extending your trip, it’s time to hit the road. Happy RVing!