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Class C RV Rentals In St George Utah

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Top Rated Class C Motorhome Rentals In St George, UT

2016 Coachmen Leprechaun 320BH
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St George Utah Class C RV Rental Reviews

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Blaine was very accommodating in adjusting to our schedule. The RV was ready to go when we arrived and functioned perfectly throughout our trip!

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Cindee and Mike were incredibly accommodating, setting up the RV for us at our campground in Springdale. The RV is spacious and extremely clean, with every kitchen item we could have needed, along with comfortable bedding and plenty of towels. The heat system was easy to operate and we stayed perfectly warm on Utah’s cold January nights.

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Motorhome was immaculate clean and ready to roll. Owners have upgraded unit to the benefit of renters. Will definitely rent again.

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Terri and David are great to work with and their RV (affectionately named Joe Sherman) was clean, well-stocked, and in great working order. My family used their RV for an eight day Christmas trip up the California Coast. We loved our experience which was made possible through RV Share and Terri & David’s hospitality. We will cherish these life-long family memories. Terri communicated clearly and was very flexible and accommodating during the reservation and planning phase of our experience. Because we live in close proximity to the owners they invited us to come look at the RV and become familiar with it early in the process. Terri even had a nice Bon Voyage treat for my family as we departed. Although we are avid tent campers, this was our first time using any form of RV or camper. We had four camp sites reserved for this trip. Two with hook ups and two without. I was a bit nervous about understanding hook ups, dumping stations, tanks (fresh water, grey, black, propane, and gasoline), generator use, and driving a big rig. Before we picked up the RV for our trip David gave my wife and me a detailed orientation on every aspect of the RV. Little details like how to avoid pinching your fingers while closing the door helped keep our trip incident free. This orientation and my personal online preparation leading up to the trip, resolved my concerns and reduced my fears about doing something new like this. (YouTube is full of good advice and things to prepare for an RV vacation - even for first timers.) Even with all the preparation and explanations, David knew we would encounter some questions along our journey. He gave us his cell phone to contact him. On Christmas Eve, while preparing our special dinner, we had too many appliances operating at the same time and we tripped something. David had told us ahead of time several solutions for a scenario like that but none of those restored our power. We texted him and, even though it was a holiday, he responded immediately with the right solution to our problem. Within minutes we were back in business. My kids had fun forming a relationship with Joe Sherman (the pet name for the RV). There were eight of us on this trip - all fully grown. The bedding & towels were all provided and seemed brand new & plush. Some of us are germ-o-phobes but Joe Sherman and all amenities were so clean that we never had a thought about it. My wife and I, our married son and his wife, and our four single daughters all had comfortable sleeping accommodations. The kitchen is fully stocked and eating utensils, dish ware, spices, and appliances are provided. Camp chairs, kites, dutch ovens, games, puzzles, reading materials, and videos were all on board when we picked up Joe Sherman. With all these amenities you really do have with a vacation-on-wheels ready to go. (We had plenty of stowage space for our own clothes, games, food, and equipment. We even had room for a few Christmas presents, a small Christmas tree, and decorations.) Driving the RV was easier than driving a large Uhaul Truck. It has blind spot and back up cameras for safety. It handles the road very nicely. The motor was fantastic and we never worried about breaking down. (If we did breakdown though, RV Share provides 24 hour roadside assistance. That and the insurance policy never got used on our trip but provided excellent peace of mind. Terri & David told us about several mishaps other renters have had. They told us to be careful, but not to worry if something happens - it’s all fixable. And fix it they have. There was very little sign of the previous mishaps.) One can expect normal wear and tear on any RV: trim coming loose, paneling bowing, wall paper pealing, drawer & cabinet latches losing their grip, vents falling off, and a few nicks here or there. Joe Sherman has very little of this, AND David and Terri keep him in excellent order making maintenance & improvements an ongoing expectation and priority. We traveled more than 1600 miles during this trip and averaged just under 8 miles to the gallon. We used some weight saving tricks like keeping the fresh water tank on 1/3 filled while traveling, but the number of people we had in the RV and the mountainous terrain we were traversing consumed more gas than we expected. Tip: I should have planned more time for traveling. You won’t be traveling at regular freeway speeds, it takes three times longer to fill up at a gas station, alternate routes for larger vehicles may be necessary, and even parking an RV can be time consuming. Not feeling rushed - just taking it slow and steady - is important. Planning ahead where you’re going to find easy access to a gas station became part of our routine. The convenience of traveling with a bathroom, kitchen, game table, beds, and videos at our constant finger tips was SO nice. Setting up and striking each camp site took us a fraction of time compared to tent camping - it was so easy. Access to beautiful nature, scenery, and fresh air (even in the San Francisco area) while having the luxuries of a condominium with you the whole time was a favorite aspect of this trip for us. Sure it was close quarters! But that is what we wanted. We were able to spend a lot of time being close to each other. (And when we needed a break from each other we’d go back in the back bedroom for some alone time or go for a walk on the beach.) We are so grateful for David and Terri sharing their RV with our family. We will always remember with fondness our Christmas vacation of 2017.

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