RV Rental Oregon - Travel The Coast In Style

If you want to hit the coast in style, consider a RV rental. Oregon has some great places to help you out. There are people who simply cannot afford the luxury of owning their own RV, so renting one is the next best thing. 

Traveling the Oregon Coast in a rental coach affords you the luxury of carrying a home on your back, taking stops along your trip for an overnight stay, potty breaks whenever needed, etc. The differences in taking a car trip to taking a RV trip is like night and day. 

My wife and I have a couple friends from church who own this large RV that is totally decked out inside. It's really fancy! I'm not sure of the make or model, but I know that they love it and say that it's the only way that they want to travel. That says a lot about what RV'ing has to offer.

They tell us that it gives them some real quality time to enjoy each other in a way that other ways of travel just wouldn't provide. They also tell us that they really like the fact that they are not living out of a suitcase when they're traveling in their own motor home. There is a place for everything and everything in it's place. ;)

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To discover all that this type of travel has to offer, hit the web site, Go RV'ing. There you will find everything you could want to know about the fun and adventure of RV travel. Order one of their free DVDs, too. You'll also want to hop over to the Motor home Magazine website for even more goodies about traveling the states on wheels. 

If you're considering a RV rental in Oregon, I should let you know that there aren't any rental companies along the coast. You'll have to look inland, usually along the I-5 routes, to get one. Once you grab one, though, the RV parks along the Oregon Coast are plentiful. You're best bet is to reserve an RV in advance since the summer months get extremely busy for most of these businesses. Put together any necessary supplies and hit the road. 

Most RVs theses day, depending on the size, will get from 9 - 14 miles to a gallon of gas. I know that's not a lot, especially with the high gas prices, but the trade off is saving yourself money on lodging and meals. If you're not too concerned about it, you can very well be relaxing in style as you cruise the byways of the coast.

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All the rental companies I know will take the time to provide you some training on how to handle the vehicle before you leave their lot. They'll give you a tour of the interior and how everything works and answer any questions you may have, offering as much information as they can.

Maneuvering something that big can be rather intimidating for a first-timer. They want to make sure that everyone involved is feeling as comfortable as they can before they set out on the open road. 

If you have some furry friends to take along for the trip, for a deposit, there shouldn't be a problem bringing them along with you. A nervous animal can do some damage and the RV rental companies want to make sure they're taken care of, just in case.

As far as insurance, it is usually covered by the renter. You'll want to contact your insurance provider to see if there is a problem with them covering you while driving a RV rental.

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Here are a few RV rental businesses in Oregon to get you off and rolling:

RV Northwest
4350 SW 142 Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 641-9140, (877) 641-9140 

Turn Key RV Rentals 
4435 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, OR 97403 
(541) 746-1502, (888) 746-1502

RV Gold 
1570 SE Paloma Ct, Gresham, OR 97080 
(503) 491-1592, (888) 481-0542

Mt. Scott Motors
8400 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR 97266 
800-671-7839

RVs To Go Portland
P.O. Box 733, Wilsonville, OR 97070 
(800) 787-8646

Rent RV
8864 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR 97086 
(503) 655-9876, (888) 321-4533


You should be good to go! So, gather the crew, load up the RV and enjoy a relaxing and exciting trip along the gorgeous Oregon Coast. ;) 

 

 

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