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Class C RV Rentals In Raleigh North Carolina

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Top Rated Class C Motorhome Rentals In Raleigh, NC

2002 Four Winds Majestic
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2017 Thor Freedom Elite 30FE
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2004 dutchman express
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Raleigh North Carolina Class C RV Rental Reviews

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Very nice RV particularly considering it is 14 yrs old. Very clean and easy to drive and set up. Everything was as good or better than we expected. Beds, shower, toilet, kitchen and dining were excellent. Wht pay more for newer RV when this is such an excellent deal.

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Scott could not have been nicer! Very easy to communicate with and work with. Very positive experience.

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This was our first time RV'ing and we were unsure of what to expect, BUT Jarrod made everything easy. He walked us through the entire RV, explained how to work everything. The RV was truly a home away from home it was very comfortable. We had an amazing experience from start to end. We will be renting again!

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Kristin and Matt were very easy to communicate with and the RV was great! Very clean, roomy, and easy to drive and operate. We were off grid for 4 days/nights and this RV worked out excellently for 4 adults and 2 kids. Could definitely accommodate 2 more kids (assuming one was "old" enough to sleep on a top bunk). Note that to do the 4 days/nights we were using a camp restroom and showers. We did use the onboard toilet for night and to dodge the rain. We might have _just_ made it without draining black or gray water tanks, but we did drain the gray tanks after 3 nights just to be safe. With daytime temps in the 70s (and sunny) and evening temps in the 40s we really didn't have to run the heat or AC at all. We did use the heat for maybe 20 minutes before bed to just take the chill out of the air. We cooked 2 meals a day and ran the fridge on propane (in addition to the small use of heat) and used almost no propane. The fridge was VERY efficient and was even able to freeze large "ice packs" over night so we were fresh and ready to load coolers for adventures during the day.

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