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Class B RV Rentals Map High Rockies, CO

Class B RV Rentals In High Rockies Colorado

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Top Rated Class B Campervan Rentals In High Rockies, CO

2005 Jayco Escapade
$150
Firestone
2014 Winnebago Travato
$350
Louisville
2018 Winnebago Paseo
$200
Parker
2018 Sprinter Van
$500
Boulder
2016 mercedes benz sprinter
$200
Denver
2017 Mercedes Sprinter
$199
Denver

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High Rockies Colorado Class B RV Rental Reviews

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Brian was excellent about going over everything we needed to know while renting his RV, even provided some youtube videos so everything was super clear! The RV was super comfortable for the two of us and I would imagine you could fit 2 adults and 2 kids in there and be comfortable. The off grid power system was amazing. This van was definately the best bang for the buck for our escape to Rocky Mountain NP. Thanks Brian for let us to rent your RV and making our wonderful vacation possible!

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Ryan was very good to work with and his RV was very nice. All as promised.

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Working with Shari and Bob was easy! The rental process went very smoothly. We couldn't have been happier with our decision to rent Ogden the Van for our trip to RMNP. Highly recommended!

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This was our first experience with an RV. The purpose for renting an RV was to start to understand how the whole RV thing works and see if we actually enjoyed it. In short, it was a great experience. Owner, RV, locations. We went to CO in mid October hoping weather would be great. What we got was an opportunity to thoroughly test out the RV in very cold situations. Which means we spent a lot of time inside the RV. Night #1 (12 degrees) in a national park camp site at 9000 ft. No people. No amenities (power or water). Just us and the RV. The generator got a few hours put on it that night. Drove in with snow and woke up with more. Night #2 (25 degrees) was at the Sand Dunes with a great few out the back of RV. We smartened up and learned how all the window insulators work. Use them. Again, no power or water. Night #3 (30 degrees) was in a camp ground with power. Power is pretty nice. This particular RV drives great. We specifically put on some miles to try the RV in different settings. 650 miles in three days. Very comfortable. Very easy to drive. Ryan, the owner, was casual and accommodating to work with, informative on van features and has the RV well equipped.

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