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Class C RV Rentals Map Mendocino County, CA

Class C RV Rentals In Mendocino County California

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Top Rated Class C Motorhome Rentals In Mendocino County, CA

2015 Coachmen Freelander 28QB
$250
Santa Rosa
2000 26ft Fleetwood Tioga 4x4
$129
Redding
2009 Coachmen Freelander
$185
Santa Rosa
2016 Jayco Redhawk XK
$189
Anderson
2015 Thor / Citation
$225
Lakeport
2005 Fleetwood
$160
Anderson

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Mendocino County California Class C RV Rental Reviews

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5 star experience all around. Jason and his wife were absolutely wonderful to work with. The RV was immaculate & had every amenity you could ever need. We were super comfortable from beginning to end of this rental, and will definitely be renting again.

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This older model shows its wear and tear, but that is what we were looking for. Didn't feel a need to baby this vehicle (it is a 4X4 with a winch) so we felt comfortable taking it out for our adventure.

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1. Bad check in experience: - No checkin instruction was sent before arrival - On the arrival day, the owner messaged us and wanted us to arrive before 2pm. Since we are driving from SF, we tried without stopping and got there on time. But when we arrived at the listing address, he told us it is a place 20 min away, and the RV cannot be ready until 5pm. We have to accommadate that. He should've sent us a message earlier when he knew that RV was not gonna be ready on time. 2. Going through instruction was ok but still miscommunicated. The owner did a good job going through the RV, except for one thing. There was a valve underneath the sofa which she told us we only need when we hook the RV to the RV site with water and electricity, and did not show us how to use that valve. However, when we returned the RV and told them that we had no water running, they said that we should turn on the valve. 3. No water for 2 days. For the first 2 days, water was going through. But after we refilled the water, no more water can come out. At first we thought there was a leakage so we went to refill the water a few more times, which took us a couple hours. 4. Missing backup plans for communication from no cell phone area We parked the RV at a place without cell phone signals so we couldn't get in touch with the owner when we have the problem. We hoped that there is a written down instructions as a backup plan. There was a lot to remember and figure out ourselves.

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