Yes, you can rent an RV! And there’s every reason to do so!
No, it’s not a five-star hotel, but do you want it to be? There is no maid service here – just you and your choice to make your bed (or not). So it’s not a spa resort, but it is your home away from home. It’s relaxation at its finest, with all of the smells and fireside tastes that go along with it.
If you are the outdoorsy type, you will be in heaven in an RV. Think about it: you’re not on a bus or on anyone else’s schedule. You stop where and when you want to stop. You can roast marshmallows and make s’mores over an open flame and then go to bed and listen to the crickets chirping and the frogs singing.
Take along your guitar and sing under the stars. Watch the kids catching fireflies. There’s no doubt about it: RV camping is a memory-maker.
Then, wake up to coffee and scrambled eggs over the fire. Sounds yummy, doesn’t it?
You are using someone else’s property. Not only are you obligated to take care of rental property with meticulous care, but you also promise to return it in as good of if not better shape than you received it.
As always, there are things to think about before you rent.
It’s often more economical to tow a trailer to your campsite than rent a motorhome.
Parking, setting up, and using your vehicle while touring the area is also a great convenience. However – and this is critical – make sure your vehicle can tow the trailer you want to rent. Please pay attention as this is lifesaving information, and you cannot count on dealers or rental companies to give you correct information.
Where can you park that RV rental? You’re in luck! Woodland Creek RV Park has the adventure you’re looking for and more. Tyler, Texas, is calling your name! Give us a call today!