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Road Trip: New York to LA

Monday, April 24th, 2017

Traveling from New York to LA or vice versa, it’s one of the trips that can lead to an epic adventure no matter which route you take. It’s 100% American. 100% Fun. But choosing which route to take really just depends on what type of adventure you want to take. Here are our favorite routes with our favorite adventures.

The Northern Route – If Mountains and Parks are your thing.

Road Trip: New York

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New York
New York boasts everything you would want in a city. From the Empire State Building to every kind of food you can possibly imagine. Stay a few days and explore.

Niagara Falls/Cedar Point
With 3 staggering waterfalls the views are epic. If you want to get a little closer try the ‘Maid of the Mist’ cruise taking you under the falls. If jaw dropping thrills are more you style, stop in at the Cedar Point adventure park.

Chicago
If cities aren’t your thing, check out the Shipshewana Amish Community.

Minnesota
visit the famous Jolly Green Giant Statue in the ‘City of Blue Earth’

Badlands National Park
The rugged beauty of the badlands will make you feel like you’re walking on the moon.

Mount Rushmore
The sculpture on Mount Rushmore features presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln at a staggering 18 metres (60 ft).

Wild Wyoming
If you’re passing through in from June to August be sure to check out an authentic Cody Rodeo.

Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone is America’s first national park complete with spouting geysers, waterfalls and mud pools.

Grand Teton National Park – Jackson
White water raft Snake River, or go for a hike and take in the beauty of jagged peaks and picture perfect lakes in Grand Teton.

Grand Basin Nevada – Lake Tahoe
Stop for a swim in the crystal clear Lake Tahoe.

Yosemite National Park
Follow the Sierra Mountains into Yosemite. Opt for some world class rock climbing, float down the Merced River or explore this extra ordinary park on foot.

San Francisco
San Francisco is home to hippy vibes, cafe culture, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Pier 39. You’re sure to have an experience.

California Coast to Santa Barbara and LA
Travel down the beautiful highway 1 to Santa Barbara and into LA.

The Southern Route – If cities and soul are your thing.

New York
New York boasts everything you would want in a city. From the Empire State Building to every kind of food you can possibly imagine. Stay a few days and explore.

Washington, DC
Check out the White House and the Smithsonian Museums. Finish the day off with a drink in Georgetown.

Asheville
A road trip just isn’t the same unless you see mountains. Take in the mountain vibes and epic views of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Nashville
Visit the world-famous Grand Ole Opry and The Country Music Hall of Fame as the home of country music takes you in.

Memphis
Memphis is the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll. Need we say more? Head down Beale Street, visit Graceland and take in a tasty Memphis BBQ.

New Orleans
If you’re after some soul, New Orleans is the place for you. Check out a ‘Voodoo and Graveyard’ tour, ride a steamboat on the Mississippi River or fill your face with Cajun and Creole grub or some authentic gumbo.

Austin
If you haven’t had enough music on this trip, Austin is a must stop as they are the ‘live music capital of the world’ after all.

Amarillo
Everything just seems bigger in Texas. Stop at Cadillac Ranch to see all the classic cars you can handle and if you’re hungry along the ol’ route 66, try your hand at the Big Texan Steak Ranch and see if you can finish your dinner.

Santa Fe
The best Mexican food in the USA plus all the sunshine you can handle at 325 days a year. Who can say no to Santa Fe?

Monument Valley
The red rock vistas await on your trip to Monument Valley.

Grand Canyon and Las Vegas
The Grand Canyon and Las Vegas are a must stop. Both enormous in their own beauty

San Diego to LA
Leave the desert behind and head to the coast. Stop in San Diego for some sun and swim. Travel from to LA.

Road Trip: LA

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Class C RV Rentals

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Class C RV’s are the most common type of RV. Class C RV’s are characterized by the large bed directly over the drivers cabin. Class C’s are available in many sizes. I have seen them as small as 22’ and as larger are 35’. These motorhomes tend to sleep more people than a similar sized Class A as you get that extra bed over the driver. Most Class C RV’s allow you to walk from the driver’s area into the cabin of the RV, but I have seen exceptions to this, so it is always good to ask before you rent the RV if this is important to you. This RV will tend to be a little easier to drive compared to a Class A motorhome because the wheelbase is much more similar to regular passenger vehicles. In the end this is the most popular type of RV simply because of the extra sleeping space that it provides. Class C RV’s can be rented from almost any major city across the US including, Phoenix (PHX), Los Angeles (LAX), Chicago (ORD) San Francisco (SFO), Denver (DEN),Boston (BOS) Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Ft Lauderdale (FLL) Las Vegas (LAS), RENO (RNO), New York City (NYC), Dallas (DFW), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Seattle (SEA).

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Class A RV Rentals

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Class A RV’s are characterized by the large flat front, similar to a bus. While Class A RV’s tend to be the longest of the RV’s available they also tend to sleep fewer people as there is no bed over the driver’s area of the RV. Class A RV’s also tend to be the most luxurious RV’s available, having more high end features. These RV’s are usually over 28’ long and some can be as long as 45’. Driving a Class A RV will take a little practice as they drive a little differently than most vehicles. You will need to take corners wider than with most vehicles as a Class A handles more like a bus. Any Class A RV that you find available for rent on this site will only require a standard driver’s license. Class A’s can be rented from Phoenix (PHX), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Denver (DEN), Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Las Vegas (LAS), RENO (RNO), New York City (NYC), Dallas (DFW), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Seattle (SEA).

The motorhome you choose is really a matter of preference, and how many people you need to accommodate in your rental.

Valley of Fire in an RV

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Valley of FIre As the oldest and largest state park in the US, and one that is open all year, it’s a great getaway. Only 6 miles from Lake Mead and 55 miles northeast of Las Vegas, the park showcases ancient trees, petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyphs. Red sandstone formations formed from the sand dunes shifting 150 million years ago, hence the name Valley of Fire.

With summer temps exceeding 100-120 degrees, and mild winters, with temperatures ranging from freezing to 75 degrees, makes this a great winter camping destination.

Valley of FIre If you’re looking for more information on each rock point and some greta points of interest, visit: valley-of-fire.com. Each rock formation is fabulous on it’s own and the stories behind just add to the enchantment. The petrified wood and animals that cohabitate in this area are a worth the drive to explore.

 

The desert is extremely fragile so remember to pack out absolutely everything that you pack in leaving no trace and preserving this wondrous destination for years to come.

Valley of FIre If you’re looking to extend the exploration, campsites are available. RV camping with power and water hookups are also now available if you’re looking to add a little luxury to your stay. Camping is limited to 14 days in a 30 day period and we offer a number of budget RV’s to suit the journey.

 

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RV-ing In Las Vegas – Top 5 Attractions

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Of course the main attraction of Las Vegas is gambling, entertainment and impromptu weddings with Elvis but if you want to see Las Vegas outside of that, these are the places to go!

The Strip

Las Vegas Strip

You could spend days entertained on The Strip discovering the different attractions resorts/casinos have to offer. At night the whole strip is lit up and street performers are cheap entertainment. The food is worth the price and there’s tons of shopping as well!

Red Rock Canyon National Park

red rock canyon national park

If you want a break from all the city sites and noises, take a short road-trip to the Red Rock Canyon National Park. Admission is under $10 and you can either hike or drive up. There are lots of places to park on the 13-mile road which leaves lots of opportunity to explore.

Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at Bellagio

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A free attraction, the gardens are seasonal and stunning. Exquisite display of flowers with lanterns and other decor add to the magic.

The Mob Museum

Las Vegas Mob Museum outside

The Mob Museum (aka National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement) is devoted to the history, stories and artifacts of organized crime in the country and is located in the old Las Vegas Post Office and Courthouse, circa 1933.

Eiffel Tower in Paris Las Vegas

las vegas eiffel tower

The Eiffel Tower in Vegas is perfect for taking in the dazzling view of the city because there is no time limit. The restaurant at the top is a must. Our only advice is to go in time for the sunset and remember to ask for a view of the Bellagio from your table to watch the water show from way up!

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What to know before going to Burning Man

Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

You’ve bought your ticket to Burning Man, you’ve rented a RV or are bringing your own motorhome, you’ve stocked your food, water, costumes and gifts and are ready to head out on the road. Heading out into the desert to this amazing event is an experience not to be missed. However, on the way home, there are a few tips and tricks to make the clean up process far less painful.

Black Rock Desert

What to know before you head out to Burning Man:

If you’ve never been to Burning Man, a good first times guide can be found on the Burning Man website. Living for a week in the desert has its challenges, go prepared and life at your first burn will be that much more fun.

Power
Solar power is the way to go. It’s hot and sunny in the desert, with the exception of those sand storms. Running a generator burns fuel and is a noisy neighbor. Plus power makes a few things a bit easier to navigate around.

Lights
It’s unbelievably dark in BRC. Lighting up your RV so that you can see it on your way back to your home base is priceless.

Keeping Cool
The desert temperatures often reach above 100 degrees and there is no offer of any shade aside from what you make yourself. Here are a few great tips to keeping cool in extreme heat.

Fuel
Make sure you have enough fuel to get into and out of Burning Man. Also take into consideration fuel for the generator (just in case). There have been reports of people waiting in the line-up to get into Burning Man for upwards of 9 hours! So go prepared. Also, fill your tank on your way out of Reno. The closer you get to BRC the longer the line is for gas. And the wait becomes insane.

Seal the Dust Out
The alkaline dust found at the Playa can damage everything it touches. It has a talcum powder consistency and gets EVERYWHERE. Using painters tape to tape up all seams in your RV is key. It won’t keep all of the dust out, but it’s far better then using nothing at all. Sealing up a fresh set of clothes for the drive home is glorious.

Cleanup
Burning Man recommends a vinegar based cleaning solution to clean everything right away. From your clothes to your vehicle. Here are a few of their tips to cleaning out the dust. Make sure to use an air compressor to blow the dust from the engine (as the dust will lead to corrosion), wash the entire outside and vacuum up on the inside as soon as you possibly can. If you opt to visit a self service bay, make sure to find one that your RV can fit into. In Reno, this one is great. On the flip side, you can always pay a professional to clean your motorhome as well. They may charge a bit extra for the extra deep clean, but it’s well worth it.

In the end, remember to have fun, enjoy the experience and open yourself up to new adventures.

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One Way RV Rental Special

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Book now for pick up between Nov 1, 2013 and March 31, 2014 and we will waive the one way fee. With 14 locations to choose from you will be sure to find a holiday to suit you. With the cold weather setting in why not get away from the snow and head south for a few weeks. You could pick up in Chicago, New York, Boston and Seattle and drop off in Orlando, Ft Lauderdale or how about Los Angeles. You could even do a cross country trip from San Francisco to Atlanta. Or look at Dallas, Salt Lake City or Las Vegas. With these 14 cities to choose from there are endless possibilities for this years winter vacation.

  • waived one way free is only between these 14 locations
  • only unit code MTR are eligible for this special
  • subject to availability

Planning your 2014 Burning Man trip

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

If you have not planned your trip to Burning Man 2013, you are too late. That being said you are just in time to start planning your Burning Man 2014 adventure.

Tickets should go on sale in January of 2014. For the 2013 event festival goers were required to pre-register in order to buy tickets when they go on sale. You will want to keep an eye on www.Burningman.com for when they will allow you to pre-register and any changes the event planners may make to buying tickets for the 2014 Festival.

To tent or not to tent, that is the question. While sleeping in a tent will be your most affordable option, it will not be the most comfortable one. Winds in the Black Rock Desert can reach up to 75 miles per hour, day time temperatures can reach 100 degrees F and night time temperatures can drop into the 40’s. I would rather be camping in an RV. An RV with provide air conditioning during the day, heat at night and something to be between you and the wind. You will also have your kitchen and bathroom with you making the whole experience just a little more enjoyable.

If you are going with the comfort and extra cost of an RV you will really need to consider who you are taking with you. You will be sleeping in close quarters, so preferably no snorers. Then consider how you are going to divide up the cost of your RV if you are going to be renting one. You will be required to put some money down in order to secure your RV rental. They rest of your rental payment will be due 45-60 days prior to your pick up date. I have rented RVs to 100’s of people over the years and what I have always told my clients is get people’s money up front. If you are taking on the responsibility to pay for the RV on your credit card have your friends start making payments to you long before the RV payment is due. That way when it is time to pay the balance of the RV rental you already have everyone’s money and you do not have to chase people for their payment.

The closest place to pick up a rental RV to Burning Man is Reno Nevada and then San Francisco. I have never actually talked to anyone who actually got an RV from Reno as they book out so far in advance. If you are looking for a better deal for your RV rental, think outside the box. Las Vegas and Los Angeles are going to be a little further away but the price and the availability should be better. How about Salt Lake City? It isn’t as far as you would think and you will probably be avoiding the extra fees that some companies will be adding if you pick up from some of the regular spots.

The Burning Man website has a list of what you will need to bring, it is worth checking out. Make sure you bring 1.5 gallons of water per person per day for drinking, washing and cooking. The water that is in the holding tank of the RV should not be sure for drinking or cooking, but is safe for washing. Bring in all food and drink that you will need for your stay, warm clothing and first aid kit. Extra sheets are good for have, you can make a sun block with them and use them to keep the dust off of the furniture and off the dash board of the RV. There is nothing for sale at Burning Man, except coffee and ice. Make sure you bring everything that you need. There is a daily shuttle that will take you to a tiny store, but the stuff available for sale there is limited.

RV Rentals – Burning Man

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Well it is almost that time of year again. For those of you who were fortunate enough to get an RV for the 2013 Burning Man Festival you are making your plans. What food do we need to pack, how many lawn chairs should we bring, do we have enough room for the beer? For those of you who did not reserve an RV early enough you may be asking, how many people can we fit in our kids sandbox?, do you think the neighbors will mind it I set a blow up doll on fire? and when should I look at reserving my RV for Burning Man 2014.

While I do not know how many people will fit in your sandbox and I have never met your neighbors, I do know when you should reserve your RV for the 2014 Burning Man Festival. The answer is now. You may think that you still have lots of time, but did you know that when people leave the Burning Man event to return their rental RV many of them will be booking their RV for next year.

A deposit will hold your reservation and give you time to figure out who you are going to invite, let you book your holidays, arrange a baby sitter for the kids and buy your tickets for next year’s event.

But for this year, I hope you enjoy sitting in the sandbox, drinking your beer and setting the doll on fire while those who booked their RV rental early enjoy the culture, entertainment and the people that is Burning Man.

Las Vegas – Local Attractions

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Las Vegas was once a city known only for its casinos and mobsters and now it become a family holiday destination. Las Vegas is still a world destination for gambling or gaming as it is now known, with 15 of the world’s largest hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Take in a show at one of the many theatres; Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Donnie and Marie, Elvis impersonators, a Beatles tribute band, Michael Jackson’s ONE, there is a show for everyone.

The Freemont Street Experience is a four block long and 90 foot high screen canopying the street below. Every hour there is a neon light show. Walk through the pedestrian mall, play the $5 Blackjack tables, and view the free live entertainment.

Adventuredome theme park is 5 acres of indoor amusement park located at the Circus Circus Hotel. Check out the Canyon Blaster roller coaster, the rock climbing wall, the 18 hole miniature golf course and the Virtual Reality Zone.

Visit Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay which transports you under the sea to a world of dangerous and unusual aquatic animals. The popular Touch pools lets you actually touch sharks, rays and horseshoe crabs. Watch the actions of over 30 sharks from the belly of a sunken pirate ship.

Take a break from the excitement and lights of the city and spend the day in the calmness of the Las Vegas Springs Preserve. Walk the 110 acres of gardens and view the largest collection of Mohave dessert cacti and succulent plants. Or listen to the history of Las Vegas on the two mile ride aboard the trackless train.