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Class B RV Rentals In Treasure Coast Florida

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Top Rated Class B Campervan Rentals In Treasure Coast, FL

1987 Dodge Ram 250 Motorhome
$85
Boynton Beach
2016 Mercedes Sprinter (Airstream Interstate 3500 EXT)
$215
Melbourne
2017 Winnebago Travato 59G
$213
Rockledge
2014 Roadtrek 170
$150
Rockledge
2012 Mercedes 3500 Airstream
$250
Melbourne beach
2017 Hymer carado Banff
$254
West Palm Beach

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Treasure Coast Florida Class B RV Rental Reviews

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The RV was mechanically as advertised. However the cleanliness of the RV upon receival was very questionable - we took our own bed sheets because the ones provided were not clean. There were bugs everywhere upon receival of the RV - I'd be killing them as driving. The ventilation hood of the RV broke upon our first drive and we had to cover it with plastic bags so that the rain wouldn't get inside. Overall the experience wasn't as expected - we were aware of this being a reasonably price RV but that doesn't mean it should be dirty.

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The owners were easy to work with,friendly down home people! I would gladly rent Stinky Pete from them again!

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Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Panhandle of Florida as a Category 4 Storm bringing winds in excess of 155 mph. The surrounding areas were devastated. To access the hurricane damaged areas, one would need to be self sufficient. Electricity and drinkable water were non existent. Enter Stinky Pete. We were fortunate and grateful to be able to instantly book this 2017 Winnebago Travato 59G - Class B Camping Van (aka Stinky Pete) via the RVshare website. We literally entered a request late Friday morning and were driving Stinky Pete by 4:00PM Friday afternoon. The amenities provided by Stinky Pete made it possible for us to be both self sufficient as well as comfortable as we headed into the devastated Panhandle. Stinky Pete’s presence brought much appreciated comfort and assistance to our neighbors. Cell phones were able to be charged and hot coffee and breakfast were able to be provided. These simple things meant a lot. Many, many thanks goes out to Kerry. Thank you for allowing Stinky Pete to accompany us on our journey to the Panhandle post Hurricane Michael. Stinky Pete helped many and is a true warrior!

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