RV Rentals in Boise, ID and Meridian, ID
RedLine Recreational Toys Has the RV Rentals You’re Looking For!
RedLine Recreational Toys, LLC is your premiere source for RV rentals in Boise, ID & Meridian, ID. We’ve got new models ready to go, so if you’ve been looking to take your family on an RV adventure this summer, we’ve got what you need. And the fun doesn’t stop there, either. We boast a huge selection of recreational vehicles for rent, so if you’re looking for a UTV rental, a wakeboat rental, a watercraft rental, or more, we’ve got it: the RV you need to get you there, and the smaller toys you need to have fun once you arrive.
The Best Benefits for RV Rentals
The benefits of renting an RV are tremendous: unless you’re planning to live on the road full-time, you don’t want to be stuck paying for high ownership fees, annual taxes, maintenance and upkeep, insurance, and somewhere to park your RV when you’re not using it.
When you rent an RV through RedLine Recreational Toys, our convenient membership plan will allow you to skip all of the above. All you have to do is pick up the RV of your choice and drive off to a great on-road adventure with your family.
What Should You Know Before You Rent Your First RV?
We know you’re eager to get out there and have an adventure, but there are a few simple things you should keep in mind before you rent your first RV.
The first has to do with the size of the RV. Simply put, there are three sizes, Class A, B, and C. Class A RVs are huge, and while they offer a tremendous amount of space and luxury, they can be so heavy that you’ll need a special license to drive them, and they can handle about as well as a tour bus. If you’re looking for something smaller, a class B RV can fit the bill, but many people find these too small, as they can’t fit more than one or two people. Class C motorhomes are really the sweet spot: with enough room to accommodate 5-6 people easily, Class C RVs are usually still compact enough that you won’t need a special license, and it should drive about as easy as the large pickup truck you’re already used to.
Next, you’ll want to consider a campsite. There are many ways to park an RV at night, and you’ll want to be sure to pick a place with the amenities you’re looking for. Some campsites are rustic, but if you want water and electricity, you’ll need to fill your own tank beforehand and rely on your propane generator. Others are full-service and allow you to connect to water and electricity lines for an unlimited supply as long as you’re parked.
Whatever you choose, renting an RV through RedLine Recreational Toys really is the key to the great family adventure you’ve been looking for. So, throw away those tired old “boats for sale” and “travel trailer for sale” ads and come on down! We’ve got the vacation you’ve been looking for.