5 Easy RV Hacks to Make the Most of Your RV Rental Experience
Renting an RV is the perfect way to find out if the RV lifestyle is right for you. These 5 RV tips from the experts at Lazydays will help you make the most of your rental experience.
1. Choose the right type of rv
Before you book your RV rental, you should ask yourself which type of RV is right for you. At our Loveland and Denver RV dealerships, you’ll have the option of renting a Class A or Class C motorhome, as well as a travel trailer. While you can easily view individual amenities and sleeping capacities when exploring our RV Rental Fleet, for a more high-level review of the different types of RVs, check out our Ultimate Guide to Class C Motorhomes and our Ultimate Guide to Class A Motorhomes.
2. Let Lazydays Plan Your Trip
Feel overwhelmed by the prospect of planning your RV trip? Lazydays can help! Not only will our guide services help you come up with personalized itineraries and route planning, but we even offer driving tips, packing lists, booking assistance at select RV campgrounds and more.
3. Save Money at Discounted Campgrounds
One of the perks of renting an RV at Lazydays is access to discounts at RV campgrounds across the country, including KOA Campgrounds, Thousand Trails, Encore RV Resorts and our very own award-winning Lazydays RV Resort in Tampa. Not only will you receive discounts on your stay, but we can even help you book your campground reservations.
4. Take Advantage of Affordable Supply Kits
Especially if you’re planning on flying into Denver or Tampa, our affordable supply kits can greatly decrease the amount of packing you’ll need to do. Check out our list of everything you’ll need for your first RV adventure, and don’t be afraid to let us do the heavy lifting. Our Kitchen & Linen Kit starts at $300 and includes things like plates, bowls, a coffee maker, pillows, sheets, bath towels and more. Our Outdoor Living Kit starts at $50 and includes items like outdoor chairs, folding tables, a cooler, lantern and more. You can also individually rent tents, bike racks, camping tables and lanterns.
5. do your homework
Using an RV is easy, and you don’t need a special license to drive a motorhome; however, if you’re new to the RV lifestyle, you may have some questions. That’s why we’ve put together these FAQs about renting an RV, this rental guide to the different RV features, and this video to help make sure you know everything you need to make the most of your RV travel.