This RV is retro, but it has it all. She has everything you need to be off-the-grid. LP/electric fridge, water pump, generator, roof AC, microwave, lots of storage, shower, LP heater, sleeps six.
420 smoking is fine in the vehicle, but no tobacco inside. If your seeds pop and you burn the carpet or the upholstery, please come back with a quote from a body/upholstery shop.
Please come back with both fuel tanks full (gasoline and propane). Do not worry about dumping, cleaning or washing, since we will take care of that.
The RV is stocked with all of the dishes and cooking implements that you may need. Paper towels, toilet paper, napkins, tissues, Dawn, aluminum foil, garbage bags, ice trays, 50-foot extension cord, 50-foot of drinking-safe hose, toolbox full of tools, pots, pans, skillets, plates, glasses, bowls, pitchers, water filter, linens and more. You do not need to replace any of the consumables, since they are included in the cost.
The only thing you will need to get is groceries, snacks, 420, libations, fishing gear. Anything that you do not consume, leave in the RV, if you want and we will pick and choose for our own family and toss the rest. If you want to pan for gold, let me know and I will loan you my pans and shovels. If you are biking, I have a nice bike rack for fat or skinny tires. This holds two bikes.
A fully stocked toolbox is in the RV. This includes all the things you might think you would need if you were setting out on a trip and you were at harbor freight. In other words, only the best chinese-made crappy tools are included.
You will need to get a liability policy for the period of your rental. There are many credit cards that will cover your liability, if you use their card to rent the RV. See the known-good cards below. The only auto-insurers that I am aware of that will cover this are State Farm and American Family, and they will only write this coverage if you already have insurance with them. It may be worth switching your existing car insurance over to one of them in order to get coverage. It can't hurt to ask your current insurance company, though. If you find that your insurer will write it, let me know and I will add them to this list.
Credit cards that are known to cover you are:
Bank of America
Call your bank and let me know and I will add them to the list. Regardless, you should call your card issuer and not rely on this list.
I have another RV that RVShare will not let me list. It is a 1987 Mini Winnie. This RV sleeps 6, gets pretty good gas mileage and it has low miles. Contact me to rent it. I do take credit cards.