Home On Wheels
It’s like traveling in your own little home on wheels. If you’ve ever been in an RV, then you know that you are basically sitting and traveling in the same space as all of your belongings. It’s super convenient to be able to grab something that you want or need during the trip. Finish reading one book, and need to grab another? Not a problem as all your books are close and easy to access. If you need to grab a snack, a pillow, a change of clothes…all doable without an issue. Having your home on wheels during vacation is wonderful, especially if you want to travel with your kids and/or dogs. Need to go to the bathroom? No problem! Want a snack? Pull out the chips!
Renting an RV can be a cheaper form of lodging than staying at a hotel. Let’s face it…hotels can be super expensive to stay at every night. With an RV, that high of a cost for lodging is eliminated or factored into your overall budget. You can sleep in the same space that you’ve been traveling in all day. With an RV, you can literally find a spot to park and sleep anywhere along your journey. When you stay at RV parks or campgrounds, they are typically MUCH cheaper than staying in a hotel.
Kitchen On The Go
Your need for eating out at restaurants on your vacation can be reduced or eliminated. Did you know that RV’s have many kitchen conveniences that you can use to store food while on the road? Some (like ours) have dishwashers! Pack the fridge, pull over, and eat your lunch parked next to a beautiful view. Storage underneath the motorhome allows you to bring your grill and cooler, too!
Glamping is a real thing, and it’s wonderful. If you love the idea of camping, but don’t want to commit 100%, then renting an RV might be the perfect choice for you. You can enjoy all the beauty of nature during the day and night that you want, but when you’re ready to be inside out of the elements, you can make that choice and step right inside your RV. Having the ability to say goodbye to the bugs and heat is a great option to have on vacation. Enjoy the nights sitting around the campfire and cooking up some s’more and then head inside your RV to sleep on your nice comfy bed in the AC.
It’s the perfect way to bond as a family. Being in a space together during the entire duration of your vacation is an awesome way for that one-on-one family bonding time. While it may be close quarters, it’s great because it will open those lines of communication and working together as a team. Some of my warmest, fondest memories are of our family adventures with the kids and dogs in the RV. Even though space may initially feel limited in an RV, once everyone gets used to it and how it flows, it becomes quite comfortable and easy to relax in.
Renting an RV is a great way to travel together as a family for vacation. Not only does it allow you the flexibility of where you can travel and stay overnight, but it is a nice break for your wallet as well without having to pay extra for hotels and restaurants along the way. There are several different options for RV’s to choose from, so do your research about what you are looking for and need in your RV. Once your plan is made, book that RV for the best vacation ever for you and your family!
I wanted to share a few things that I really like about RVShare.com:
- Free 24/7 roadside assistance is provided for the duration of your trip.
- You get 5% cash back that you can use toward your next adventure.
- They rent everything from the mac daddy class A motorhomes to travel trailers, toy haulers, pop-up campers, 5th wheels, and wheelchair accessible motorhomes.
- They provide insurance coverage for renters that extends throughout the entire U.S. and Canada that covers the renter, owner and RV itself.
- Finally, once you rent an RV, you meet with the owner before you depart on the trip. The owner will give you an overview and explanation of how to work the RV. And, if you have any issues along the way, you have access to the 24/7 coincerge and help-line.
Have you rented an RV? Are you planning to? Let me know if you have any questions about your upcoming adventure. I’m happy to help!
If you enjoyed this post, you may enjoy The Glamping Guide: Explore Nature Without Sleeping on the Ground.
As always, thank you for reading!