Picking an RV rental for your next cross country road trip can make for a great experience. By renting an RV you can eliminate the unpleasantness of stopping in cheap motels by the side of the interstate during your trip.
While Motel 6 and Super 8 both have their place, neither of them can really be considered pleasurable places to stay. For most road trippers they are simply a place to rest and recuperate between spells of driving.
This really isn’t the ideal situation. There is no reason that you cannot take a trip and actually enjoy the places you are staying – rather than just tolerating them.
It is very easy to find nice RV parks to stay at if you are taking a long drive from any point A to point B. Some people will make the whole point of their time on the road to get to those places!
Unfortunately, if you don’t own an RV of your own, you are really going to want to find a way to acquire one for the duration of your trip. It is no good going to a scenic RV park if you have nothing to stay in after all.
Imagine selecting a mountainous destination by a lake in the beautiful Rockies. You can pick yourself up a nice RV rental in Denver and drive it up into the mountains. While the best camping spots are not cheap, they are comparable in price – even including the cost of renting the RV – with a nice quality hotel.
Odds are however; that you will enjoy yourself much more camped beside a mountain stream than you will in a small motel or hotel room. With kids especially the extra space – and additional activities – can be a god send!
Activities like hiking, fishing, or simply relaxing to the sights and sounds of nature while sitting by a campfire are all opened up to you when you choose an RV rental for your vacation.
Taking your place to stay with you rather than taking yourself to the available places to stay is a wonderful thing, and will give you a good taste of the benefits available to those whom choose a life of fulltime RV living.