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Class C RV Rentals In Eloy Arizona

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Top Rated Class C Motorhome Rentals In Eloy, AZ

1999 Winnebago Itasca Spirit
$99
Mesa
2008 Winnabego Chalet
$120
Tucson
2012 Fleetwood Jamboree
$135
Tucson
2009 Forest River SunSeeker
$109
Phoenix
2006 Jayco Greyhawk ss31
$150
Tucson
2002 Ford 450 Majestic
$150
Phoenix

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Eloy Arizona Class C RV Rental Reviews

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Our family had a great experience with Danny’s RV. He was very helpful in getting us set up to use it, and explained things really well. A super friendly guy. We had a great time exploring the area around Tucson and look forward to another RV experience. I would highly recommend using Danny’s Chalet RV!

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Highly Recommended, best value Super-Clean RV

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Overall we had an amazing trip and Ronnie was incredibly helpful. He replied to texts and calls within minutes and gave great answers to all of our questions. The RV had everything we needed for a great trip. My only issue was that we had never done anything RV related before and there was a lot that we didn't quite grasp in the 10ish minutes Ronnie spent with us before he handed over the keys. But if you look behind the drivers' seat in the large file organizer there is a car manual which was super helpful (unfortunately we only found it 2 days before the end of our trip...). We also traveled to very cold parts of Arizona. We put the space heater on the stove top, like Ronnie told us to do, one night and it started melting the microwave. So make sure you push it back to the back of the stove top! The damage was pretty minor and he didn't charge us for it, but just be careful if you really crank the heat up on that thing! We also had an issue with the space heater one night where it kept going out after a few minutes and eventually relighting it so many times caused the carbon monoxide alarm to go off which freaked us out and we resorted to just using the generator/camp ground electricity/no heat at night. We think this had to do with it being really cold (~10 deg F) outside so the propane was struggling to keep up with the gas demand. The only other major issue was that the audio system (which connects to Bluetooth!) didn't work all of time. We would be driving and it would just slowly fade out which was a little frustrating for the long drives when we wanted to listen to something.

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