Top RVshare RVs of 2020

2020 was a huge year for RVing.

There were several reasons for this. Renting an RV is a safe way to travel with those in your “bubble.” You could avoid the exposure you might get at an airport, or hotel lobby, or even in public restrooms on road trip stops. People traveling to visit family could stay safely in an RV and not expose family members to excess germs as well. Also, with many jobs moving to remote work, and schools going virtual, many families took the opportunity to roadschool, or travel while working and explore the country in their off-hours.

In short, RVing gave us a chance to get outside, spend time with our families, and see the country in a way that made us feel safe.

RVing Will Continue To Be Popular

According to our research at RVShare, we have every reason to believe 2021 will be an even more popular year for RVing. In fact, if you’re looking to rent an RV or to head to a campground this summer or fall, now is the time to start booking!

If you’re interested in booking our most popular RVs, or if you want tips on how to make your own RV a popular choice on the site, read on! Here are five of the most popular RVs in each class from our rental site in 2020.

The Most Popular RVs On Our Site By Class

Here are the RVs on our site that had the most days of rentals in 2020. If you’re interested in renting a motorhome, check them out to see if one of them might be right for you! If you’re interested in renting out your own motorhome, check them out to get tips on how to list your rental, ideas of the types of pictures to take, and more.

Five of the Most Popular Class A RVs

Photo of 2016 Coachmen Pursuit

1.) Family/Pet Friendly 2016 Coachmen Pursuit, Indianapolis, Indiana

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV can sleep up to ten people, so it’s great for a large family, or two close families, to travel. It’s also pet-friendly.

Ease: It runs on regular gas, and is easy to drive. The motorhome comes fully gassed up, and with a full water tank, and if you’re nervous about cleaning or dumping at the end of your trip, the owners will take care of that for a small fee. In many cases, they can also set the motorhome up for you at your destination for a fee.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 41 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The motorhome has just about every appliance you could need, including a Keurig, and Insta-Pot, an ice maker, and plenty of silverware, dishes, and linens for all ten guests. It has a 43″ TV, plus extra TVs in the master bedroom and the bunkroom, and travelers can hook up their gaming system to the TV as well. The owners also offer to include a tent, in case older kids want to camp next to the motorhome, plus a propane fire pit, road trip grill, bikes, or other fun items for your trip if you wish.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great description and photos: Notice that Beth & Doug include plenty of pictures of every possible angle and space in their RV – 83 pictures total! This lets guests know exactly what to expect. Their pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home. They also have a very detailed description. Both the pictures and description mean renters won’t show up to pick up the motorhome and have any unexpected surprises – the owners have been as transparent as possible.

The extra mile: They have also gone above and beyond simply renting the RV by offering additional items like the bikes, fire pit, and other goodies. Knowing those are already loaded up and ready to go when they get the motorhome can be a huge help to potential renters!

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet and family-friendly, which opens up the number of potential customers. They also winterized the motorhome, which means their RV is available to rent year-round instead of just in the warmer months. Finally, they have a friendly description of the owner, so renters can feel a personal connection.

Thor ACE parked in front of home with slideout extended

2.) 2017 Thor A.C.E, Minneapolis, MN

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV can sleep up to ten people, so it’s great for a large family. There’s also a bunkhouse for the kids, letting parents have their own space but still be together as a family. The RV is also pet-friendly.

Ease: The Thor is easy to drive and easy to set up with an automatic leveling system – a great advantage if you’re a new RVer.  The owners will also deliver the RV to you at your campsite or other location within 200 miles for a fee.

Well-stocked: The motorhome has an electric extending awning and LED lights so you can sit outside. The full kitchen has a gas stove, microwave, and good-sized freezer and fridge. There is a TV in the master bedroom, one in each bunk, and a large TV in the dining area.  There are built-in pet food and water dishes.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: There are pictures of the interior and exterior, which are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home. There is a description that focuses on what a lot of renters will want to know – whether this is a good RV for families.

The extra mile: The owners are willing to drive and set up the RV for renters, which could interest someone who’s nervous about driving a large motorhome.

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet and family-friendly, which opens up the number of potential customers.

A 2018 Thor Ace exterior shot

3.) 2018 Thor Ace, Bethlehem, PA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV can sleep eight people, so it’s great for a large family, or two close families, to travel.

Ease: It runs on regular gas, and is easy to drive. The owner is flexible on pickup and dropoff times and offers space at his home for you to leave the vehicle you drive over to pick up the RV.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 19 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has several photos of both the inside and outside of the RV. Interior photos are well-lit, and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items.

The extra mile: Jeff makes clear that he’s willing to work with renters on anything they need, whether that’s a different pickup time or something else. He gets great reviews for responding quickly to questions and seems ready to help his guests have a great trip.

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet and family-friendly, which opens up the number of potential customers. There is also a friendly description of the owner, so renters can feel a personal connection.

 2017 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 38F LXE

4.) 2017 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 38F LXE, Ft. Myers, FL

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV sleeps just two people, but has plenty of room for both people to work from the road. There’s a residential size refrigerator and an electric fireplace, along with a washer and dryer.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 8 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The description says the RV comes fully stocked.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description: This RV sleeps just two people, so obviously the renters are going to be very different from a large family. The owners did a good job of describing what potential renters could use the RV for – they showed the workspace where renters can work from the road and emphasized the luxury finishes and amenities.

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet-friendly, which opens up the number of potential customers to include those who travel with their furry companions.

 2015 Winnebago Sunstar 31KB set up at a campsite

5.) 2015 Winnebago Sunstar 31KB, Ontario, CA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV can sleep up to seven people, so it’s great for a large family. It’s also pet-friendly.

Ease: It runs on regular gas, and is easy to drive and maneuver. Self-leveling jacks make the motorhome easy to set up.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 14 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great photos: There are plenty of pictures of the RV, showing the interior and exterior. Their pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home.

The extra mile: The owners offer delivery to renters’ destination, and offer contactless check-in. They also emphasize that they follow CDC guidelines for a safe experience.

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet and family-friendly.

Five of the Most Popular Class B RVs

Airstream Interstate Grand Tour Ext set up for camping

1.) Airstream Interstate Grand Tour Ext, Cleveland, OH

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class B camper can sleep two, and still has room for a fridge and freezer, a stove, a microwave, a bathroom with toilet and vanity, a shower, two TVs, and plenty of storage.

Ease: The van has an automatic transmission, and because it’s smaller than a Class A motorhome, it’s going to be easier to drive and maneuver.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 20 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The camper has a foam mattress topper, pillows, bedding, shampoo, soap, towels, dishes, silverware, cooking utensils, and a Keurig Single Serve coffeemaker. Reviewers suggest talking to the owner before planning to bring any of your own items along, in case he already has them stocked.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great description and photos: The owner has provided plenty of photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home. There is also a very detailed description. Both the pictures and description mean renters won’t show up to pick up the motorhome and have any unexpected surprises.

The extra mile: Frank has stocked many items for guests, including toiletries, to make them feel at home.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, which broadens the number of potential customers. There is also a friendly description of the owner, so renters can feel a personal connection.

 2021 Coachmen RV Beyond 22C set up for camping

2.) 2021 Coachmen RV Beyond 22C, Baltimore, MD

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class B camper can sleep two, and still has room for a TV, cooktop, fridge and freezer, a wet bath with a sink and shower, and a retractable awning with LED lights for outside.

Ease: The van has all-wheel drive and remote start. It fits in a regular parking space and is easy to drive and maneuver. It also has pre-collision assist, a blind spot information system, and a front and rear split-view camera.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 4 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The camper is fully stocked with bedding, towels, cookware, dishes, coffee maker, kitchen utensils, paper products, soap, and even phone chargers.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great description and photos: The owner has provided plenty of photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items. There is also a very detailed description and a list of many of the amenities the owner provides.

The extra mile: The owners have stocked many items for guests, including phone chargers!

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, and there is a friendly description of the owners.

2019 Coachmen RV Crossfit exterior

3.) 2019 Coachmen Crossfit, Portland, OR

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class B camper sleeps two, and still has room for a fridge, kitchen sink, microwave, stove, shower, toilet, and bathroom sink.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 16 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The camper is fully stocked with linens, down comforter, pillows, dishes, cooking utensils, and cleaning supplies.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided plenty of photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items. There is also a description and a list of many of the amenities the owner provides.

 2020 Winnebago Travato 59G interior

4.) 2020 Winnebago Travato 59G, Charlotte, NC

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class B camper can sleep three, which is on the high end of campervans. It also includes a bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet, a roomy fridge, range, and microwave, and a table that seats five.

Ease: The van is 21 feet long and easy to drive.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 1 review and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

Well-stocked: The camper has supplies for water and sewer hookups, RV toilet paper, tank chemicals, and the tools for leveling. The host can also provide towels and washcloths and sheets and blankets. Camping chairs, an outdoor grill, and a bike rack can be added-on if desired.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided plenty of photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home. There is also a very detailed description. Both the pictures and description mean renters won’t show up to pick up the motorhome and have any unexpected surprises.

The extra mile: The owner notes that the solar on the roof and two large batteries mean renters can have power when boondocking. There is also a generator. He also provides contactless check-in to keep renters safe.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is winterized, which means it can be rented for many more months of the year.

 2017 Winnebago Travato in Vista exterior view

5.) 2017 Winnebago Travato in Vista, San Diego, CA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class B camper sleeps three and still has room for a range, fridge, kitchen sink, microwave, and a bathroom with a shower, toilet, and bathroom sink.

Ease: The van has an automatic transmission, and because it’s smaller than a Class A motorhome, it’s going to be easier to drive and maneuver. It’s also fuel-efficient.

Great reviews: As a renter, you’ll want to check reviews when you consider a motorhome – this RV has 33 reviews and gets five stars in every category, including the accuracy of the listing, amenities, cleanliness, and the owner’s communication with renters.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided plenty of photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items, so potential customers can use it without feeling like a guest in someone else’s home. There is also a very detailed description with lots of information. Both the pictures and description mean renters won’t show up to pick up the motorhome and have any unexpected surprises.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly and there is a friendly description of the owner.

Five of the Most Popular Class C RVs

2018 Coachmen RV Freelander 20CB Ford Transit exterior

1.) 2018 Coachmen RV Freelander 20CB Ford  Transit, Carol Stream, IL

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This Class C camper can sleep six. It also includes a kitchen with microwave, stove, refrigerator, and kitchen sink plus a bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink. It is pet-friendly so you can bring along your furry family members as well.

Ease: The camper has an automatic transmission, cruise control, and runs on gas. It also has a backup camera and fits into a regular parking spot.

Great reviews: This RV has 11 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided several photos of the camper. The pictures are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, which broadens the number of potential customers to include people who don’t like leaving their pets behind.

Thor Freedom Elite exterior

2.) Thor Freedom Elite, York, PA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV sleeps four. It’s just 24 feet long, but still has enough room for a family. It also has a stove, fridge, kitchen sink and microwave, plus a bathroom with a toilet, shower, and bathroom sink. Pets are allowed in this rental.

Ease: Because the camper is on the shorter side, it’s easier to drive and maneuver. It runs on regular gas and has an automatic transmission with power steering and cruise control.

Great reviews: This RV has 13 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: This listing has pictures of the interior and exterior. The photos are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, which means the owners have broadened their pool of prospective renters to include all those people who want to bring their furry friends on vacation with them.

2007 Jamboree 24D exterior shot

3.) 2007 Jamboree 24D, Tacoma, WA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV sleeps five. It also includes a full shower, a bathroom, a queen bed, a seating area, a three-burner gas stove, an oven, a microwave, a sink, and a fridge and freezer. It’s pet-friendly.

Ease: It runs on regular gas, and has an automatic transmission and power steering.

Great reviews: This RV has 15 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The motorhome is stocked with cooking utensils, pots, silverware, plates, cups, bowls, hand soap, toaster, small coffee maker, air freshener, paper towels, RV toilet paper, broom and mop, trash bags, and a first aid kit.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great description and photos: There are plenty of pictures that are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items. They also have a very detailed description. The camper is a little older, so the owner made sure to explain how it has been kept up – the roof was recently sealed and the camper was recently inspected to make sure everything was in good working shape.

The extra mile: The owner offers flexibility for renters when possible – a flexible cancelation policy, and flexible pick up and dropoff times. They also offer unlimited generator usage (some owners charge after a certain amount of time). They offer to include camp chairs, a BBQ, and a folding table. They also offer to waive the dump fee and cleaning fee for returning customers.

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet-friendly, which broadens the range of potential customers to include everyone who likes traveling with their pets.

 Family Fun 2021 Thor Motor Coach 27FE exterior shot

4.) Family Fun 2021 Thor Motor Coach 27FE, Charleston, SC

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV sleeps eight so it’s perfect for a large family or a group of friends. It includes a 3 burner gas stove, oven, and microwave. The bathroom includes a toilet, sink, and shower and there is a tankless water heater so you won’t run out of hot water.

Ease: It runs on regular gas, and has an automatic transmission, power steering, cruise control, and a backup camera.

Great reviews: This RV has 5 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The motorhome is stocked with utensils, pots, pans, cups and plates, and bedding and towels are provided.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Great description and photos: There are plenty of pictures that are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items. The owners also have a very detailed description which they broke down into categories to make it easy to read all the various features of their RV. They made sure to highlight perks like the tankless water heater and the outdoor shower.

The extra mile: The owners include a guide for the hookups to put first-timers at ease. They will also deliver the camper for a fee.

5.) New 2020 Sprinter Coachmen Prism, Anaheim, CA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This RV sleeps five. It also includes a full shower, a bathroom, a queen bed, a seating area, a three-burner gas stove, an oven, a microwave, a sink, and a fridge and freezer. It’s pet-friendly.

Ease: This camper has an automatic transmission and cruise control.

Great reviews: This RV has 17 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The motorhome is stocked with linens, blankets and pillows, plus cookware, plates and utensils. There are folding chairs as well.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: There are plenty of pictures that are well lit and the motorhome is clean and free of personal items. There is also have a detailed description of all the features.

The extra mile: The owner offers discounted rates for events like Coachella and Burning Man. They will deliver the RV for an extra fee

Maximize your potential customers: The owners emphasize that the RV is pet-friendly, which broadens the range of potential customers.

Five of the Most Popular Travel Trailers

 2016 Coachmen Catalina Legacy Edition exterior set up for camping

1.) 2016 Coachmen Catalina Legacy Edition, Fort Wayne, IN

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This trailer sleeps nine. There is a bunk room with beds for five children, plus a queen with a foam mattress topper, and the dinette and jack knife sofa both convert into beds. There is also an outdoor kitchenette along with the indoor kitchen that has a stove, microwave, sink, and fridge. The bathroom includes a sink, toilet, and shower.

Great reviews: This trailer has 26 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The trailer has pots and pans, dishes and silverware, along with an electric griddle for pancake breakfasts and a 5-cup drip coffee maker with filters . Hosts also provide paper towels, toilet paper, dish/hand towels, dish soap and trash bags. There are games and activities for the kids on-board, as well as roasting sticks and camp cookers.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided several photos of the trailer. The pictures are well lit and the trailer is clean and free of personal items. There is a detailed description of what is included in the rental, which is very useful for renters trying to figure out what to bring along! The more information an owner can provide, the less likely renters will be disappointedor will misunderstand what they are renting.

The extra mile: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters, so anyone nervous about towing and setting up the trailer can rest easy. They even offer free setup at campgrounds within 30 miles of the rental location. At the end, they will disconnect everything, dump the tanks, and take the trailer away. They even include a list of local campgrounds where they will set up for free.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, which broadens the number of potential customers.

2021 Forest River Cherokee Alpha Wolf interior dining area

2.) Puma Palomino 32BHQS, Washington, VA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This trailer sleeps nine. There is a bunk room with beds for four kids or teens, plus a master bedroom that sleeps two and a sleeper couch and convertible dining area. The kitchen includes a microwave, stove, fridge, and sink and the bathroom has a sink, toilet and shower. It also has a washer and dryer.

Great reviews: This trailer has 4 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Work from home: The owner bought the trailer intending to work from the road while his kids roadschooled, so he installed a wifi booster with an exterior antenna to pull in the wifi from outside and repeat it inside, giving you a stronger signal. He says the wifi was strong enough for three kids to homeschool for a week with no problems.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Detailed description and photos: The owner has provided several photos of the trailer. The pictures are well lit and the trailer is clean and free of personal items. There is a very detailed description of what is included in the rental and how the owner and his family use the trailer, which gives renters some ideas of what it’s capable of and helps eliminate any confusion. The more details renters have ahead of time, the less likely they’ll be disappointed when they show up to rent the trailer!

The extra mile: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters, so anyone nervous about towing and setting up the trailer can feel better about the trip! He also gives discounts to first responders.

Maximize your potential customers: The camper is pet-friendly, which broadens the number of potential customers. It has also been outfitted for people to work or school from the road, which could entice many prospective renters.

 2018 Keystone RV Premier Ultra Lite 34 exterior

3.) 2018 Keystone RV Premier Ultra Lite 34 BIPR, Charleston, SC

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This trailer sleeps nine. It had three slideouts, and includes a bunkhouse for the kids. A private master bedroom connects directly to the bathroom, and there is an outdoor entertainment area with a TV and mini-fridge.

Ease: The owners provide a hitch and anti-sway device.  They will also deliver the trailer, set it up, and tow it away at the end of your trip.

Great reviews: This trailer has 17 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The kitchen is fully stocked (except for the food you’re planning to eat), and has plastic utensils, paper plates, pots and pans, cooking utensils, and appliances including a toaster, gas range, oven, and microwave. Sheets and pillows for the master bedroom are provided, as well as items like toilet paper, paper towels, and trash bags.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Detailed description and photos: The owner has provided several photos of the trailer. The pictures are well lit and the trailer is clean and free of personal items. There is a very detailed description of what is included in the rental.

The extra mile: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters, so anyone nervous about towing and setting up the trailer can feel better about the trip! He provides details on where and how he provides this service.

Maximize your potential customers: Offering to set up the trailer and get everything ready for guests means you might attract people who want to try trailer camping but are nervous about towing the trailer themselves.

exterior 2018 Shadow Crusier 240 BHS

4.) 2018 Shadow Crusier 240 BHS, San Antonio, TX

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This trailer sleeps seven. It has one slideout and two bunk beds. The kitchen includes a microwave, stove, fridge, and kitchen sink. The bathroom has a shower, bathroom sink, and toilet.

Ease: The owners will set up the trailer at a campground for renters for a fee.

Great reviews: This trailer has 18 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Well-stocked: The owner says the trailer comes fully stocked with linens, dishes, and cookware.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided more than the average number of photos of the trailer. The trailer is clean and free of personal items. The more information owners can provide, both in pictures and in the description, the more they can be assured their renters will be satisfied when they arrive to pick up their vehicle and won’t have any surprises.

The extra mile: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters, so anyone nervous about towing and setting up the trailer can feel better about the trip!

Maximize your potential customers: The trailer is pet-friendly, which opens this listing up to a lot more potential customers.

2018 Airstream being towed by truck

5.) 2018 Airstream Loaded with Extras, San Gabriel, CA

If you’re a renter, here are some perks:

Space: This trailer sleeps four. It has one queen bed and a dinette that converts to sleep two. There is a bathroom with a sink, shower, and toilet and a full kitchen with an oven, microwave, and stove. It also has an outside shower.

Ease: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters for a fee. The Airstream is also lighter than most other travel trailers of the same size, has a lower center of gravity, and is aerodynamic which makes it more fuel efficient and more stable.

Great reviews: This trailer has 8 reviews and gets five stars in every category.

Fun extras: The Airstream has a generator to power the air conditioner when it’s not plugged into shore power. There are solar panels with batteries on the roof. There’s an upgraded sound system with LED lights that sync to the music. Finally, there’s an automatic awning and two manual awnings for the outside of the trailer.

If you’re renting your own motorhome out, here are some tips:

Description and photos: The owner has provided beautiful, well-lit photos of the interior and exterior of the trailer. Inside, the trailer is clean and free of personal items. The detailed description points out all of the features the owner believes make this Airstream stand out above the rest.

The extra mile: The owner will set up the trailer at a campground for renters. He also makes sure to mention that renters can contact him with any special requests, making him sound like he would be a very accommodating host. He also offers contactless check-in for a safe rental process.

Maximize your potential customers: The trailer is pet-friendly, which opens this listing up to a lot more potential customers.

As you can see from these rentals, a great description and beautiful photos can be key to getting your rig rented! Check here for tips on how to take great pictures of your RV, or how to write a description and what to include. Also, many owners went out of their way to communicate that they wanted to make sure their renters were comfortable and felt confident taking the RV out. One of the best parts of renting through RVshare is knowing there’s an actual human, not a big corporation, who is invested in renters having a good trip. As an owner, you can take advantage of that and foster relationships by making sure you answer any questions renters have, and that you respond quickly to any questions or problems. If they have a great experience, they may return to you the next time they want to rent!

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