Changing leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, and college football—that’s right, the fall season is just around the corner. But there are still plenty of ways to vacation even after summer comes to a close. Here are some of the best things to do when you get out of town in an RV rental once the weather cools down.
Things to do in your RV rental
As Oregonians, we have one thing on our minds come September: college football. And renting an RV is the perfect way to tailgate: you’ll have a warm space to sit during halftime while you’re at night games, and plenty of storage to bring your BBQ and tailgating treats. If you’re an Autzen regular like we are, check out RV parking information here.
If you don’t spend your weekend cheering on your favorite team, maybe it’s time to take a trip to the green. Renting an RV is great for golfers—you can take a road trip and play the best courses by traveling around the state in your RV. You’ll have much more storage for your golfing gear than in your car, and if you have your own golf cart then using a lift will allow you to tow it with your RV.
A weekend getaway to a place like Sunriver is the perfect fall activity, too. Biking, rafting, fishing—Sunriver is the place to go for all kinds of recreation. Plus if you’d like to visit the mountain for skiing and snowboarding, you’ll be thankful that your RV has a stove for hot cocoa and heating for warming up after your run down the mountain. There are plenty of RV parks to stop at on your way to Sunriver, like the Cascade Meadows RV resort in La Pine.
What to look for when renting an RV
When you’re renting an RV, you don’t need to ask quite as many questions as you do when you’re looking to buy—but understanding a few things beforehand will ensure that you rent the right model for what you need. First ask yourself: what are you using it for? If you plan on taking a longer road trip, then you’ll probably want a spacious unit like a class A.
Also, think about how much storage space you’ll need. Remember the aforementioned ski trip? Well, it’ll be difficult to eat breakfast in your RV rental if your skis are strewn across your dinette—so make sure you choose a vehicle with enough exterior storage for whatever equipment you need to bring. At Guaranty, we are happy to show you around our rental units and help you determine what type of RV model you might need and what you’ll be using it for.
And, when you do find the right RV rental, research camping areas in advance if you need a place to stay. Reserving a site in advance will save you from extra stress during your trip.
Fall is a great time to get out of town, especially in the state of Oregon. If you’d like to use an RV rentals for your fall adventures, please contact us today.