It’s no secret that Indiana weather can be unpredictable and sometimes harsh, especially in the wintertime. Temperatures can go up and down twenty degrees in one week, and ice and snow are common companions through the winter months. All of this unpredictable weather leads to unpredictable and often poor road conditions. If you are taking an RV road trip in a rented RV, you may not be comfortable driving such a large vehicle in less than ideal conditions. At Indiana RV Rental and Sales, safety is our number one priority, so we recommend taking the following precautions if you find yourself driving through bad weather this winter.
RVing in the wintertime isn’t for everyone. In fact, many RVers consider it to be a seasonal activity and choose to store their RVs through the cold months. However, if you’re someone who enjoys sparkling snow, peaceful woods, and quiet campgrounds, winter RVing might be for you. Don’t let cold weather scare you away from making more camping memories this winter! Instead, prepare yourself with this cold weather guide from your friends at Indiana RV Rental and Sales.
If you’re a seasoned RV camper, you already know exactly what to pack to make sure that all of your travel needs are met. You are a pro at packing light, while still making sure you have all the comforts of home while on the road. However, our team at Indiana RV wants you to remember that camping isn’t just about survival, it’s about fun! We’ve put together a short list of things you need to add to your packing list this fall to make your family camping trip extra fun.
If your summer camping getaway is just around the corner, now is the time to get prepared. If you’re a first time renter, there may be many things that you haven’t yet thought of, but that you’ll need to be ready for when it’s time to depart. Before you book your camper rental with Indiana RV, allow us to help unpack some of the details about renting an RV so you can know what to expect.
At Indiana RV Rentals & Sales, we have had many repeat customers over the years. Once you’ve had a taste of RV camping, it’s hard to vacation any other way. You just can’t beat afternoons of hiking, evenings around the campfire, and ending the day relaxing in a comfortable bed that’s all your own. RV camping really is the best way to get away! If you’re one of our return customers who just can’t get enough or you just know you’re ready to own your very own motorhome, then you’re in luck. At Indiana RV, we frequently purchase new RVs to replace our rental fleet with new models, so we often have used RVs for sale.
If you’re new to the RVing scene, you might not be familiar with the campground alternative known as “boondocking”. Simply put, boondocking is when you camp out in the open instead of paying to camp at a campsite. You use only what you’ve packed and things you can find in nature, and you don’t have access to any utility hookups. Fortunately, motorhomes come equipped with everything you need, so you aren’t “roughing it” but rather just living conservatively. Does boondocking sound like something you’d like to try? Our team at Indiana RV Rental and Sales has put together a list of do’s and don’ts to help you get started.
Winter in Indiana can be long and brutal, especially if you have young kids to keep entertained all season long. Why not break up the dreary winter months with a road trip to Indianapolis? Our team at Indiana RV Rental and Sales recommends you rent an RV, pack up the family, and head to the city for a long weekend of fun. Indianapolis is a great city for families to visit, with a number of attractions that appeal to all ages. Here are a few of our favorites.
With winter quickly approaching, you may think there’s no use in renting an RV or motorhome. If you own a camper, you may have already winterized and stored it for the cold season ahead. Did you know that there are other reasons, besides summer camping, to purchase your own used RV? Indiana RV Rental and Sales has used RVs for sale any time of year. Below are 4 reasons that this may be the right time to buy your own travel trailer or motorhome.
Who says summer is the only time to go camping? Fall brings cool weather, gorgeous colors, and of course, fewer bugs. And lucky for you, Indiana has some of the best fall travel destinations in the country. Indiana RV Rental and Sales wants to help you find the perfect place to go on an RV excursion this fall.
Planning an extended vacation or just a getaway for the weekend? Traveling in an RV is the preferred choice for many explorers and adventure seekers, but even the casual vacationer can experience all the benefits of an RV. Here at Indiana RV Rental and Sales, we’ve compiled a short list of why renting an RV could be the best option for your next trip.