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Frequently Asked Questions

Why rent an RV in the first place?

Renting an RV is a great way to take a vacation and bond with the people that are close to you. Going Rving is also a more economical route than the typical vacation. A recent study has shown that going Rving is 23-59% cheaper than other types of vacationing.

What is included in my rental?

Fresh water hose, sewer hose, 110 electrical adapter, RV-Safe toilet paper, holding tank chemicals, and hitchwork (if applicable).

Do you deliver campers?

Yes we do, we will deliver it to your specified location and set it up for you, saving you time and headaches. We deliver to many different events including concerts, state and local fairs, expos, races, and many others.

Can I park a car?

Yes, many of our customers who plan to take a Motorhome prefer to leave their car on our lot. We have a fenced lot where you can leave your car free of charge for the duration of your rental.

What does my vehicle need to tow an RV?

You must have an electric brake controller on your vehicle and have a class three receiver. All hitch work is included with the rental for no fee.

How do I get insurance coverage on my rental?

An insurance binder will be required to tow a travel trailer and can be obtained through your personal insurance company. Motorhome insurance can be purchased through us from MBA insurance.

Do you offer linen and kitchenware packages?

Yes we do offer these packages for a fee. Linens package includes towels, wash rags, dish rags, pillows, blankets, and sheets. Kitchenware package includes cups, plates, bowls, cookware, cooking utensils, silverware, coffee cups, and a coffee maker.

What is your cancellation policy?

Any rental cancelled more than 30 days prior to the departure date is $100 and any rental cancelled within 30 days of the departure date will be a full forfeiture of your deposit.

Do you have a military discount?

Yes, We appreciate all those who have or are serving our country and offer a %15 discount off the daily rate to active or retired service members.

-Stephen