It’s time to start planning your spring break vacation! With so much uncertainty around travel, many families aren’t sure how to move forward, wondering if they’ll even be able to go on a trip this year. That’s where RVshare comes in. Renting an RV with RVshare provides a safe and exciting way to travel this spring. You’ll get to unplug and get out of the house, all while safely traveling with your bed, kitchen, and bathroom all on board!

Benefits of RV Travel

While the benefits of RV travel are endless, from a safe and self-contained way to travel to a beautiful way to explore the great outdoors, here are some of the biggest perks of RVing:

  • No rest stop bathrooms
  • Store and cook your own food
  • Sleep in a cozy bed
  • Easy to social distance
  • Fresh air and sunshine
  • Boundless opportunities to see and try something new
  • Bring your furry friends along

RVshare is a peer to peer rental platform, meaning RV owners list their RVs for rent on, and renters like you can search for an RV in your area that provides everything you need. Whether you want a larger Class A Motorhome that can fit a big family, or a small travel trailer that is easy to tow behind your own vehicle, RVshare has you covered with more than 100,000 RVs to rent across the country. While on their site you will use filters to choose the size and type of RV, the dates you need it and the location you’d like to pick it up from, amenities you’d like to have and more. There’s even an option to have the RV delivered right to your campsite!

Spring kicks off the busy season in the RV rental world, so now is a great time to get planning! Whether you want a quick weekend getaway or a full week parked next to a tranquil lake, the perfect RV is out there for your trip. Camping is an optimal way to explore a new area and get outside with your family and friends. With an RV rental, after a long day of hiking or fishing, you can return to your campsite, sit around the campfire, and then head off to sleep inside your clean and secure RV. The perfect mix of nature and the comforts of home.

While an RV does allow for you to bring along a little more gear than tent camping, it is still close quarters and you’ll want to pack accordingly. Always check the weather forecast before you head out so you know you have the right wardrobe, and remember it’s always easy to layer up. A rain jacket might be your best friend if an unexpected storm rolls through, and you can’t go wrong with waterproof hiking boots. Here’s a more detailed list of items to consider bringing along on your trip. And always find out what the RV owner already includes with their RV. Some will have linens and kitchen supplies so that you don’t have to pack your own.

With travel restrictions changing frequently, you can narrow down where you plan to set up camp by checking RVshare’s park closure page, which provides regular updates on State and National Park openings. If these aren’t the types of parks you had in mind, you can always see what private campgrounds are available or even give boondocking (dry camping) a try! Wherever you decide to stay, it’s important to familiarize yourself with any restrictions and state or local guidelines before you hit the road.

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