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Class B RV Rentals Map Glendale, CA

Class B RV Rentals In Glendale California

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Top Rated Class B Campervan Rentals In Glendale, CA

2017 Winnebago Travato 59G
$245
Long Beach
2013 Leisure Travel Van/ Free Spirit SS
$225
Los Angeles
2017 21' Winnebego Travato in Vista. 150 miles per day WOW!
$140
Vista
2015 Winnebago Travato 59 G *Long Beach
$225
Long Beach
2018 Simplicity srt. NOW ($75/Nov.) or (Dec./$75), A-Day...LUXURY 4 Less !
$200
Long Beach
2015 Winnebago trend 23b
$185
Moreno Valley

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Glendale California Class B RV Rental Reviews

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This RV was modern and beautiful. Tanecque rushed to clean all the pet hair left by the previous occupant and have it clean so I could be on time for my wedding. Thanks so much. Perfect rental.

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The van RV handled nicely on our California Coastal Trip.

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This was our first experience and Jose made it great. His RV was as described. Had great amenities. Was very easy to drive.

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We used this RV for a month driving 3,400 miles to visit national parks in California and Utah, from deserts to the Sierras. It is very easy to drive and handled well, We took two bikes which we used every day, and the bike rack that came with the RV was very easy to use and facilitated a lot of fun biking. The owner picked. Us up in San Diego at the beginning of our trip which was very helpful. The owners were great to work with and helpful in getting us started, outfitting us with linens and cookware, and running through the systems. We used the RV for driving, sleeping, cooking, and showers. We chose not to use the toilet - we stayed in campgrounds where it wasn’t needed. We didn’t use the entertainment system either, but it was fully equipped. One note - this Travato model comes with a single battery and an electric-only refrigerator. (Later 2017 models were equipped with two cabin batteries.) That means that electric storage capacity is limited, and there’s a constant draw from the fridge, so you have to run the generator or plug in to maintain power all night.

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