RV Rental Barrie
Ontario is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations for tent trailer vacationers in Canada. Whatever time you choose to visit, throughout the year, Barrie has something for everyone; some people even see it as the perfect winter destination.
This is why it may be the ideal place to experience your first ever RV rental holiday.
It is not as well known as the bigger cities, the people are friendly, and there are lots of campsites available to choose from.
At Campervanhire.com, we have noticed a steady but gradual increase in the number of our customers enquiring and booking RV rentals for a vacation to Barrie, so to introduce this magical destination to a broader audience, here are some of the most commonly asked questions we receive.
Can You Rent an RV in One State and Drop Off in Another?
It makes sense for some people when choosing an RV rental to try and book a one-way trip, especially if they are on a round the world adventure. Perhaps they are flying into Canada from a different country or want to continue traveling after their rental trip to Ontario is finished.
One-way RV rental is always a possibility, but it will require some planning, and it will depend on the owner of the RV. Some RV owners have no issues with a one-way RV rental arrangement, but be prepared to pay an additional return fee, which might still be more convenient than having to return your rental to its original collection point.
How Much Does It Cost To Rent An RV In Ontario?
Like every aspect of the motorhome lifestyle, there is a lot of variation in RV rentals’ costs. This is simply because, as a renter, you have so much choice. You can rent a class A 5-star vehicle, large, luxurious, and ultra-modern, or a class B or C model, which will be much cheaper to hire but will not be so fully equipped.
You could choose to rent a trailer over a weekend, or during the peak summer months, which will be significantly more expensive, or book it for a month in advance to benefit from huge savings. There is essentially an RV rental option available for every budget, and we have a large fleet to choose from, so simply tweak the cost to meet your requirements.
Are RV Rentals Worth It?
Obviously, as a company that deals in rental trailers and one which is passionate about the RV lifestyle, we might be a little biased. However, in our opinion, RV rentals are the perfect way to test out this type of holiday and see if it suits you and your family. Compared to staying in a hotel, it provides much more flexibility, gets you closer to nature, and offers more privacy in addition to saving you money.
If you find you didn’t enjoy it after an RV vacation, which we think is highly unlikely, then you haven’t invested a fortune in buying your own vehicle. Another benefit of hiring travel trailers from Campervanhire.com is that the only additional expenses you will have are your campsite fees and your fuel. We include RV insurance and roadside assistance in the price you pay, so there are no hidden surprises to worry about.
What Is The Best RV To Rent?
There is no one size fits all RV, so if you are considering an RV rental in Canada, think about the things that are important to you and your family. Are you more interested in visiting cities and highly populated areas?
If so, then a class B or Class C motorhomes and trailers may be a better choice. These tend to be smaller, easier to drive around city areas, and perhaps most importantly of all, more straightforward to find a parking space for. Alternatively, if you are searching all of the different RV rentals for a luxurious holiday of a lifetime trip visiting areas of scenic beauty with lots of storage and space, then it is definitely worth considering a Class A vehicle.
Also, consider the distance you plan on driving, as none of these vehicles are particularly economical in terms of fuel usage. Canada is a vast country, and if you are not careful, it can be easy to get carried away and exceed your fuel budget while enjoying the experience.
RV Rental Barrie Ontario
If you have children, particularly teenagers, our advice is to involve them in the rental process. This will get them interested and give them a degree of ownership, as well as something to look forward to.