GREAT RV RENTAL FOR BEGINNERS! This RV is only 26 feet and can almost fit into a regular parking spot so it's very easy to drive and maneuver wherever you are adventuring! I personally love the rear view camera. No special driver's license needed to drive. It's also gas powered; not diesel.
Sleeps 6 comfortably; 8 if you love to snuggle! Features a queen size main bed. Bedding available upon request. Another bed is located above the cabin, which has side a window to look out of. The table and couch also convert into beds as well and are VERY comfortable and easy to convert. All seats, including in the couch and table benches, have seat belts which can also properly secure car seats and booster chairs, if needed. Seat belt laws are different for RV's - by law, you must wear seatbelts in the front 2 seats but in the back, it is optional. Some people do, some people don't. It's fine either way!
The all-in-one bathroom includes a standup shower, toilet, vanity, mirror, medicine cabinet, and towel hooks. RV grade toilet paper rolls are provided. Important: You cannot use standard household toilet paper.
This RV has a generator, water heater, air conditioner, solar panel, and a small inverter. Lots of power outlets for when you run the generator or are plugged in. There is also an automatic retractable awning that is amazing to use while sitting outside in the afternoons.
Includes a tow hitch so you can bring your favorite toys with you. This is the perfect RV for a family trip to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Zion's National Park, or even just a quick weekend trip down to Moab!
Planning a trip is a big deal and can be stressful. We have a breakdown of the things people usually want to know. Please message us if you have any other questions or concerns! We’d love to help you plan an amazing trip! Thanks, Tyler & Nicole
Our mileage (100 miles per day) and our generator use (5 hours per day) are higher than most. If it were us on a trip, we wouldn't want to be constantly worried about going over and trying to 'manage' or 'restrict' our mileage or generator use (within reason, of course).
Local renters usually want an empty RV. For those flying in from ‘out of town’, people usually want all the add-ons (see list below). We have many options to fit your traveling needs. Remember, RV trips aren't cheaper than renting a car and staying in a hotel. In fact, often it can cost more. It's all about the experience you want to have. And there is no better way to see the national parks, especially Yellowstone, than in an RV!
Each fee is based on your need/request -
Preferred method of pickup is to arrive at our address for pick up. This makes the orientation stress free and relaxed. We can deliver but it is a lot of coordination and potential changing plans and delays. There are Ubers available and a commuter light rail train called Trax that we can pick you up from. NOTE: The Salt Lake City Airport Delivery/Pickup Fee is $150.
Note: If you request delivery/pickup to the airport, we will pick you and your party up at your terminal and then drive about a mile down the road to an area with a gas station and places to buy food so you can grab some drinks/goodies before you head off! There is also a big parking lot right next to this area where we'll do a walk-through and go through all the details to make sure you're comfortable with the RV. We'll make sure you have our contact info in case you have ANY questions (day or night). RVShare also offers GREAT insurance that includes roadside assistance. Our renters have never needed it but it's nice to know it's available.
$50 (one-time fee) - Kitchen Essentials includes pot, pan, cutting board, knife, peeler, spatula, plastic utensils, salt and pepper shakers, paper cups, paper plates and bowls, paper towels, potholder, kitchen towels, and trash bags. All the basics you will need!
$50 (one-time fee) - Linens includes linens, comforters, pillows, 4 bath towels, 2 hand towels, 4 wash clothes. And yes, there will be plenty of bedding for the colder nights. We hate being cold and love extra blankets, so we always include a few extra blankets/comforters.
Note: Remember, for those worried about the cold nights - you do get 5 hours of generator use ‘each night’ included (no hookups needed). Use it anywhere. It's fantastic to run the heat for a few hours on really cold nights, especially in the higher elevation areas! And it if you want to run the generator ALL NIGHT, it’s only $3.50 per additional hour (beyond the 5 FREE hours) so you do have the option to run the generator all night if you want a constant, perfect temperature.
$25 (one-time fee) - Firewood, windproof fire starter, matches, and lighter
$40 (one-time fee) - Four camping chairs and small folding table
$15 (one-time fee) - Fully insulated portable cooler
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