No. Delivered RV rentals are now available nationwide. Sometimes described as “dropped”, the emergence of peer to peer RV rental platforms, such as RVPlusYou and others, have made delivered RV rentals more popular than ever. The rental above is available for delivery throughout San Diego county. Hitched RV Rentals specializes in ‘delivered trailer rentals’. NotContinue reading “Do I Have to Drive or Tow an RV Rental?”
So, we’ve received a lot of questions over the years about where we go when we’re on the road, or where we stay when we visit our kids in San Diego. After all, we’re gone up to 8 months out of the year traveling in our RV and some of that time we’re visiting ourContinue reading “How To Build an RV Pad on Your Property”
Speaking from first-hand experience I can say that power in your RV, …., is all important…
Hitched RV Rentals is one of the many great RV rental companies located in San Diego We’ve put together a list of top RV rental companies who deliver and set up at local campground destinations throughout San Diego County. The following is a list of the best places to find RV rentals that can beContinue reading “What RV Rental Companies Deliver in San Diego County?”
Plans vs. reality Having been affected differently than most by the stay at home order, executed just days after we left California, our current 2020 RV trip requires some explanation to anyone following our 2020 Social Distancing RV Trip, the COVID-19 diversion. The thing about traveling in an RV while you’re supposed to be shelteringContinue reading “RV Travel During a Pandemic”
If you own an RV, or are in the market for one, you need to consider this product. I don’t rave about much, but in this case I need to share because this RV jack pad makes a huge difference when leveling your rig. Sometimes called an ‘RV leveling pad’ or ‘motorhome jack pad’, theseContinue reading “Why I Purchased the RV SnapPad for my 5th Wheel”
What does “good” look like in the world of RV rentals? This profile illustrates the good.
How a standard size residential refrigerator fairs in an RV traveling through mountain passes.
Why pay $600 per night to rent a house, or $350 for a hotel room? If you could spend under $200 per night and house your entire family for the big graduation day, why not?
Again, RVPlusYou will be a major sponsor for this epic event. If you’re in to Tri’s you are probably already registered, or this event is on your bucket list. But if you don’t know Wildflower and you like to camp, bike, hike, listen to music, or you are simply alive and enjoy having fun with cool people. PlanContinue reading “Time for the Wildflower Triathlon”