Hit the Open Road With Ease: Rent Your Dream RV and Get a Free Park Pass With RVshare


You don’t need to rent a pretend family like in the film We’re the Millers to have your own epic RV adventure this summer. Thanks to RVshare, the largest online community for RV renters and owners, you have the chance to explore national and state parks across the US with their “Explore America’s Parks Promotion.”

As the weather warms up, RVshare is offering vacationers the opportunity to explore state and national parks across the US at a discount. This new program gives upwards of $500,000 in state and national park passes to eligible customers.

By booking a two-night minimum rental by May 31, 2023, for travel by September 5, 2023, eligible applicants can claim an $80 gift card. Fill out the gift-card form at least seven days before the end of your reservation. You can apply this to a new reservation or put it towards something you already have booked.

Why Travel by RV Rental?

According to a recent study by the RV Industry Association, “more and more people are choosing RVs as their preferred option for travel as they prioritize spending time in the great outdoors and embracing the freedom that comes with RVing.”

In a recent interview with The Happiness Function, Megan Buemi, Head of Content for RVshare stated, “Renting an RV from an owner who loves it means a cozy, comfortable, well-equipped accommodation option. Renting an RV is a unique vacation option that the whole family will remember forever. It gets you up close to your favorite places with all the comforts of home.”

Pet-Friendly Bookings

No more paying expensive pet boarding fees or having to jump through hoops to find a hotel that accepts pets. Many RVs on RVshare are pet-friendly, meaning vacationers can bring their furry companions on their excursions.

Travel for Less

Further driving home the benefits of RV rentals, RVshare’s Travel Expert, Maddi Bourgerie, says in a press release, “We took it upon ourselves to compare the costs of air travel to an RV rental for a family of four, and we found that after adding up flights, transportation, dining, and hotel accommodations, this vacation would cost nearly twice that of an RV rental, gas, groceries, and campground fees.”

Today, with more than 60,000 RV owners and an expansive inventory, RVshare is the premier option for travelers wanting to experience RVing before making such a large purchase. And with the Q2 2023 release of “The Road Ahead,” which offers insight, tips, and recommendations for everything outdoors and travel, the timing couldn’t be better.

The RVshare Story

RVshare, the largest online community for RV renters and owners, is celebrating a decade of success in 2023. The company traces its origins to a honeymoon trip taken by co-founder Mark and his wife, Rachel.

They purchased an RV in 2012 to travel the country at their own pace. However, once they were back home, the couple realized the RV was now likely to gather dust.

To ease maintenance costs, the couple wanted to rent it to others but found no feasible way to do that. That led Mark to discover the untapped market of peer-to-peer RV rentals, which eventually grew into RVshare.

Maddi Bourgerie elaborates, “RV travel is the cheaper alternative for families to enjoy a vacation together this summer. So, we added an additional perk by offering free national or state park passes so families have one less expense to budget for.”

With over 100,000 RVs available to rent across the US, RVshare provides diverse options, from pet-friendly Class A luxury motorhomes to cozier models.

Besides its extensive inventory, RVshare offers 24/7 roadside assistance and insurance coverage, giving travelers peace of mind during their travels.

Praise for RVshare’s Features

For travelers who are hesitant about driving or towing a large RV, many RVshare owners offer delivery options.

One Trustpilot reviewer, Scott Barley, states, “We had an excellent experience, beginning to end. The app was super easy to use, the number of options to choose from was nearly overwhelming.”

Scott also had a good connection with the RVshare community, noting, “We found a great RV owner to rent from, and he (Chris) was totally on point. He was very responsive, arrived and set up on time, provided a very thorough walk-through, responded very quickly to a couple small issues that came up, and gave us great advice and suggestions on local activities and restaurants.”

Scott furthered his praise, writing, “I really can’t imagine it could’ve gone any better, and to top it off, I suspect we saved hundreds of dollars over getting a hotel room and had so much more fun!”

Another renter, Sunny Beltran, shared that it’s “easy to book” on RVshare, and they “love that you can filter and narrow down your search.”

Experience Revolutionary Travel With RVshare

RV rental prices vary widely, ranging from $50 per night for a small popup to $400+ for a large Class A. On average, expect to pay around $200 per night depending on factors like RV age, seasonality, and nearby popular events such as the Indianapolis 500, Kentucky Derby, or Bonnaroo.

That said, RVshare looked at average costs for a family traveling from Cleveland, Ohio, to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee. Their case study reveals a family could pay as much as $3588 for flights compared to between $680 to $2611 for an RV road trip.

RVshare has firmly established itself in the world of RV rentals, offering travelers an affordable and flexible way to explore the country. With a broad inventory and 24/7 roadside assistance, RVshare delivers in trying out RVing before buying your own.

For more information and resources on RVing, visit RVshare’s website for expert advice. The community builds on the wealth of knowledge of owners and travelers who have spent more than four million nights under the stars.

This article was produced by The Happiness Function and syndicated by Wealth of Geeks.

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Ashlee Fechino

Ashlee Fechino is an outdoor recreation and travel writer sharing the best-kept secrets that aren’t in your typical guidebook. Her goal is to inspire people to travel with a sense of adventure by sharing hidden gems across the U.S. and beyond. She is married to an expat Argentine, Pablo. They camp in their Aliner often and love wandering the world. Follow their latest adventures on Instagram @thehappinessfxn.

1 Comment

  1. Burt Ranall on April 25, 2023 at 3:36 pm

    I didn’t know about RVing, until I read this article.

    Also, Ashlee & Pablo have one, also !!