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Pet Friendly RV Rentals: Tips and Tricks

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

A Successful RV Adventure with your Pets

At USA RV Rentals we know your pets are an important part of the family. To ensure you can have the RV vacation of your dreams we offer pet friendly RV rentals!

The following tips and tricks will help you have a successful road trip with your pet friendly RV rental.

Dog in RV

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Prepping for your Pet Friendly RV Adventure

Trip to the Vet

Make sure all your pets vaccinations are up to date. Some RV campgrounds may ask to see vaccination records. Read up on the government requirements here.

Get a printed copy of your pet’s medical records and make sure you keep them on you while traveling! 

Trip to the Pet Store

Get an id collar with your contact information. In the case of separation from your pet, you will be easily contacted. 

cats in rv, pet friendly rv
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What to Bring:

Leashes: You will want a long leash to tie up on your site at RV parks. Also, for walking in most RV parks dogs will need to be on a leash.

Pack a hose or bucket: This exciting adventure means lots of dirt, mud, and sand for your pet. Prepare yourself to give a couple of doggie baths on your road trip.  And, don’t forget to pack the doggy soap and towel!

Dog Food: If your dog is a picky eater make sure you pack some food for them, not all dog food is universal nationwide.

Lastly, don’t forget the poop bags, food and water bowls. Also, add a little extra comfort with their bed from home.

Pet Safety

Temperature: just like your vehicle, the inside of the RV will get too hot or cold for your pet. 

While driving the RV don’t let your pet roam free. In case of an accident, they could get seriously injured. Consider, putting your pet in a kennel or look into dog car seat harness (it’s like a seatbelt for your dog).

Pet friendly rv rental
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Happy Pets

Remember, when RVing with your pets, take frequent pee and exercise breaks. It is easy to drive long hours when you are heading for a destination. But, stop at those beaches, forests and desserts and get out and stretch the legs. As a bonus, you never you what adventure you and your pet will encounter!

Book your pet friendly RV rental today and get ready for the road trip of a lifetime. Take all the time you need with the whole family on board. Make sure you let us know your pets will be joining you when you reserve your RV rental. Book now, and start planning for your spectacular or should we say “pet-acular” holiday today!

 

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Best Ski Resorts to Stay in an RV this Winter

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Tis the season to put the skis in the RV, chase the snow, park and stay at these great ski resorts. Spend the days skiing, and the nights staying in their onsite RV lots! Enjoy waking up in a cozy RV and being first at the mountain in the morning! We have compiled a list of our favorite stay and ski resorts for the best RV ski resort holiday experience.

Ski Resort RV Camping
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Crystal Mountain Resort, Washington

This RV friendly ski resort is top of our list! Located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest with breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier, get ready for an epic day of skiing! Crystal Mountain Resort is the largest ski resort in Washington State! Home to 2600 acres and over 50 named runs!

Park the RV at one of the 70 sites, about 35 sites have 50-amp hookups. The cost is $35 per night, except around Christmas when you have to purchase a 9-night block. The best part of setting up in the RV lot is the community of fellow skiers camping in their RV’s, a great way to meet new friends, throw some high fives and cheers to the day.

Stevens Pass, Washington

Part of the award-winning Cascade Loop Scenic Byway, the drive alone will be awe-inspiring. Park the RV at Stevens Pass Ski Resort for a few days of epic skiing. With family-friendly groomed runs to big mountain bowls and chutes, this resort offers fun for every skill level. Open from 9 am-10 pm ski long after the sun goes down, with their night skiing.

The best place to spend the night at Stevens Pass is in the RV lot. Offering 60 RV sites, with plugins and an easy online booking system. A reservation is a must to score these great spots! The fee is $44 dollars to be part of the fun RV village at the base of this great ski hill.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows ski resort
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Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, California

A premier ski resort, with over 6000 skiable acres, accessed by 42 chair lifts, spread across 8 beautiful mountain peaks. The Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort has the best skiing Lake Tahoe has to offer!  The most affordable way to stay in Tahoe is in an RV. The resort has limited RV parking on a first come first serve basis. Here there are literally no amenities, but the stay is free!!

Mount Baker Ski Area, Washington

The third highest mountain in Washington and known for its legendary snowfall. With accessible backcountry, and lots of natural terrain features Mt. Baker is a fun stop. Park the RV for free in select parking lots at Heather Meadows or White Salmon lots.

Willamette Pass Resort, Oregon

Willamette Pass: The first ten RVs to arrive get first dibs at electrical hookups. Otherwise, there is an overflow lot with no hookups. Stay for up to 7 days at $20 a night with hookups and only $10/night without. With big vertical, night skiing, and cross-country ski trails this hill is fun for everyone!

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Book your RV now for the most affordable and convenient way to chase the snow this winter. Ski trips don’t get better than sleeping right at the foot of the mountain! Ski and stay at these resorts and many more, for your epic winter ski holiday!

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Chicago a Little Something for Everyone!

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019

Drive into Chicago during sunset to capture the magnificent skyscape and experience Chicago in an RV! One of the largest cities in the world, Chicago offers a little something for everyone.

Chicago Skyscape
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The Foodie

Chicago Style Hotdog:

It wouldn’t be a trip to Chicago without an authentic Chicago style hotdog! Get the best in the city at Portillo’s! Experience this perfect dog fully loaded with all the fixins in a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun.

Deep Dish Pizza:

This city is famous for its Delicious deep-dish pizza! Extra deep means extra room for cheese, sauce and extra toppings! Try Chicago’s best deep dish pizza at  Pequod’s Pizza. Wash it down with their own seasonal craft beer!

For the Architect Lover

Chicago Architecture
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Chicago Cultural Center:

Opened in 1897 and noted as a Chicago landmark and is the city’s official reception venue. Take the free afternoon tour and admire the stunning 38-foot-diameter mosaic glass dome.

Wrigley Building:

Comprised of two iconic buildings, both glazed in terra-cotta, they gleam in the city lights all hours of the day. Walking through the center doors brings you to a secluded park area along the Chicago River. Also, leading to the entrance of the Chicago Riverwalk.

For the Sports Fan

Chicago Bears:

Spend the afternoon with 61,500 other NFL fans at Soldier Field. Home to the Bears feel the energy of the game at this luxury stadium offering all the food, drinks and souvenirs you need to make this an experience you won’t forget.

Chicago White Sox:

There is no better way to spend an afternoon then at the ball park. Cheer for the home teams as you indulge in the many classic snacks. Don’t forget to order a craft beer and heat to your seat in the Guaranteed Rate Field and watch our favorite game.

For the Beach Lover

North Avenue Beach:

One of Chicago’s most popular beaches relax and watch the waves or watch the many joggers, rollerbladers and bikers cruise by on the Lakefront Trail. Many options to rent kayaks, SUPs, jet ski rentals. Relax in the sun and sand and take in the city Skyscape or play a round of volleyball.

Chicago Beaches
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Oak Street Beach:

Relax in the sand, spread out a blanket for an afternoon picnic, go for a swim or people watch. Close to downtown and the Magnificent Mile, this beach gives you an up-close view to some iconic Chicago buildings from this scenic beach.

 

Whatever your heart desires, this city has it! Pack the maps, rent your RV and get this fun city adventure started!

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