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San Luis Obispo California Class C RV Rental Reviews
If I had any questions, Andrew always responded quickly and in a professional manor. The motor home was clean and organized. It had the basics amenities any family would need for a camping trip. My kids loved the bunk bed the most!
Bryan was awesome to work with! Very friendly and helpful. When we rented it, we didn't realize the RV was located in Hanford. We stupidly assumed that all the listings were for Fresno (We had searched for Fresno RV's on the site), but this one ended up being in Hanford so it caused a little bit of inconvenience to drive about 2 hours round trip. But, Bryan was great at communicating with us and was very helpful despite the unfortunate situation. We learned to double check all the information on the listing before booking! Clean RV with full amenities, easy to drive and perfect for our group.
Good, Honest people that willing to share...
If you are looking for an RV and want your experience to be easy and hassle free, I highly recommend renting Kens RV. We didn't bring any warm blankets or pillows but Ken and his extremely kind wife went out of there way to lend us a few from their house (note that the RV did come with sheets and several blankets, but we were 'off grid' camping in Big Sur and the nights were very cold). The RV was fully stocked with everything and anything you can think of (basically, bring food and you are set). The RV drives like a large van. You do not need any prior experience driving an RV in order to feel comfortable in this RV, which is 23 feet. We took it up through Nacimiento road, which is a very narrow (dangerous) road that leads to Big Sur, but I was quite comfortable during the drive. Note that the RV does not have solar panels to charge the battery, so if you plan to dry camp, you will either need to run the generator to charge the battery during the day, or use power sparingly of a night (which is what we did). The battery was enough to keep flash lights, etc. charged, and to run the heater a few times per night. The fridge can run off gas, so we always had a cold fridge/freezer, even when the power was low. Ken was kind enough to let us know about the Morro Bay camp site which enables you to dump the black/grey water tanks after the trip was over (this will save you $100). The process was very easy, even for a first timer! Overall, the experience of renting the van from Ken was an A++++, and the RV itself was a perfect fit for us (we have a 6 month old baby girl, so camping without an RV isn't an option at this point in time). Thanks for sharing your RV with us Ken. I hope you get a chance to head up to Big Sur one of these days! Cheers.