Hit The Road In These All-Inclusive RV Rentals


These RV rentals are all-inclusive. Photos via Blacksford

Hit The Road In These All-Inclusive RV Rentals

Renting an RV for a family trip can add up fast. Companies charge a daily fee plus an added charge per mile. Some companies charge for every hour you run their generator.

It’s no surprise that just the cost of renting an RV for a couple weeks can cost $4000 or more. Blacksford, an RV rental company, is aiming to shake the industry up with its all-inclusive RV rental.

Blacksford RV rentals

Blacksford is offering a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter overland adventure vehicle from Winnebago in an all-inclusive rental package. Their RV rentals come with bedding, bath, and kitchen supplies.

These items are normally an upcharge for many other rental companies. They offer unlimited miles and no generator fees as well. Their RV rental prices start at $199 a day.

Along with their all-inclusive price model, they claim to really go the extra mile.

“From the seamless online experience to our fully-stocked vehicles and all-inclusive prices, this is what the RV rental process should be like,” said Blacksford RV Founder Jonathan Distad. “We greet you at your airport gate, load your bags, onboard you virtually so you don’t have to spend hours getting to know your RV, and offer 24-hour roadside assistance. Our RV rental process is easy, and there is no nickel-and-diming like so many of our competitors.”

RV rentals near Vegas & Bozeman

They are currently the only RV rental service based out of airports and are available in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Bozeman, Montana. They have plans to expand into at least twelve airports over the next two years.

Keep an eye on this growing business because all-inclusive RV rentals may be coming to an airport near you. In the meantime, check out the 7 Most Popular RV Rental Services or compare the Top RV Rental Companies.

Levi Henley

Levi Henley and his wife, Natalie, workamp around the country in their 26-foot motorhome. Along with writing for RV magazines, they recently published their first book together, Seasonal Workamping for a Living: How We Did It. They share their experiences and RV-related tips on their own blog henleyshappytrails.com as well as videos on their YouTube Channel, also called Henley's Happy Trails.

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