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Cruise America N – Chicago

Cruise America 2732 N US 12, Chicago, IL




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El Monte RV Rentals / Art’s RV Service Center – Chicago

El Monte RV Rentals / Art's RV Service Center , Chicago, IL




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Sunshine – Chicago

Sunshine 21 , Chicago, IL




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Cruise – Compact RV 19 ft

Cruise – Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Stereo system
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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Cruise – Class C 25′

Cruise – Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • CD Player
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Cruise – Class C 30′

Cruise – Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30
Sleeps 7
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Dash Air Conditioning
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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Cruise – T17 Truck & Camper

Cruise – T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
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El Monte A34

El Monte A34

RV Model El Monte A34
Sleeps 6
Features
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • TV
  • Roof Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
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El Monte A35

El Monte A35

RV Model El Monte A35
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • TV
  • Refrigerator
  • Range (Stove)
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El Monte C22

El Monte C22

RV Model El Monte C22
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
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El Monte C28

El Monte C28

RV Model El Monte C28
Sleeps 4
Features
  • Shower
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • CD Player
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Range (Stove)
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El Monte C31

El Monte C31

RV Model El Monte C31
Sleeps 8
Features
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Range (Stove)
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Many of us dream about leaving our job behind and taking off on the open road in a motorhome. We could travel with the wind in our hair and nothing but time on our hands. While this might not be the reality for most of us, we can all enjoy a week or two, or even a weekend traveling in one of our Chicago RV rentals. If you are flying into the Chicago airport, spend the first night in a hotel (certain hotels apply), and we will pick you up bright and early to take you to the Chicago RV rental location.

 

Getting from the Chicago Airport to the RV rental location

Taxi – Taxi stands are available on the lower level outside baggage claim. Make sure that you use the designated taxi stands to ensure that you have a licensed driver. Limousines can also be pre arranged and drivers can meet you at the baggage claim and carry your luggage for you.Check out Chicago Carriage Cab, Checker Taxi Chicago and A1 Limousine for more information.

Shuttle – if you would like to take a shuttle, make your way to the Bus/Shuttle Center which is located on the main level of the parking garage between elevators 3 and 4. Tri State Coach offer free travel for children 17 and under when travelling with a paying adult. If you would like to travel with Go Airport Express they offers rides from the Chicago Airport to most areas of Chicago. Both are located outside baggage claim in the innermost lane of the lower level roadways outside the domestic and international terminals. For shuttle service reservations are strongly suggested.

Chicago, also known as the “Windy City”, “Chi-town” and the “Second City”, is actually the third largest city in the US. Being such a large city there is lots to do and see. Rent an RV from Adventure Touring and come see what Chicago has to offer.

While in Chicago, stop by the Visitors Information Center for more information on things to do.

Places to camp in Chicago

Yogi Bear Jellystone Park – This campground has it all. Theme and event nights, showers, Laundry mats, snack bar, grocery store, 3 swimming pools with huge water slides, adult spa, fishing lakes, game room, horseshoe pits, the list goes on and on. This looks like a campground you where you could spend your whole summer.

Seven Eagles RV Resort and Campground –  This Beautiful Resort has an in ground pool, a theatre room, and is close to Spring Lake Wildlife Refuge and the Great River Bike Path.

Chicago Northwest KOA – This campground has a basketball court, horseshoes, laundry room, volleyball court and a large playground. They also have season activities including Hay wagon rides, movies, kids crafts bingo and more.

Fish Lake Beach Resort –All campsites have water, electric, fire rings and picnic tables. There is excellent lake fishing with Northern Pike, Bass, Pan fish and Catfish.

Things to Eat in Chicago

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

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

Things to do in Chicago

Chicago has miles of beaches and some of the top rated museums in the country, so there is never a shortage of things to see.

Millenium Park – This 24 acre park is known for its free music concerts and its famous public art installations. The Cloud Gate sculpture is located here. Also known as the Bean this giant reflective “bean” is the perfect place to take amazing pictures capturing you and the Chicago skyline.

The Art Institute of Chicago – this museum houses over 300,000 permanent pieces, from ancient greek sculptures to priceless Japanese prints.

Wrigley Field – take in a Cubs game and a hotdog from the famous Hot Doug’s.

Garfield Park Conservatory – built in 1908, it features unique architecture and houses over 120,000 plants.

Chicago Riverwalk – take a walk along the river, passing great restaurants and enjoying the astonishing architecture of downtown Chicago.

Museum of Contemporary Art – this museum houses a large collection of post World War II visual art.

The Second City – this improv club is famous for launching the careers of Bill Murray, TIna Fey, Joan Rivers and Chris Farley to name a few.

Lincoln Park Zoo – the kids will love this stop. Featuring 1,200 animals from around the world. The zoo also host seasonal events and special programming sure to entertain everyone.

Shedd Aquarium – first opening its doors is 1930 this aquarium host 32,000 animals in five exhibits including Waters of the World, Caribbean Reef, Amazon Rising, Wild Reef and Abbott Oceanarium.

National Museum of Mexican Art – connect to the diversity of the Mexican culture by immersing yourself in the richness of the Mexican history.

Adler Planetarium – visit exhibits such as Mission Moon, which captures the history of US space exploration.

360 Chicago – standing of the 94th floor on a clear day you can see the majestic view of four states. If you are brave enough step out onto the Tilt attraction. The wall tilts out 30 degrees leaving you looking down from 1000’ up.

Navy Pier – come for the 200’ high Ferris wheel, take a tour on one of the sightseeing boats, see the shops, visit the beer garden or have lunch in one of the eateries.

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

Did you know…

  • The Art Institute of Chicago holds the largest collection of Impressionist paintings outside the Louvre in Paris?
  • Chicago has 29 miles of lake front and 15 miles of public beach?
  • Chicago is home to the world’s largest population of Polish people outside of Warsaw?
  • Chicago’s Western Ave is the world’s longest street?
  • The Chicago public library is the world’s largest public library?

 

Annual Festivals & Events in Chicago

Taste of Chicago – the world’s largest outdoor food festival, with food and activities for the entire family.

Chicago Jazz Festival – a popular and well-known four-day celebration of jazz now based in Millennium Park located in the Loop area of downtown Chicago. Admission is free.

Chicago Blues Festival – featuring Blues Music across 4 stages.

Ribfest – come and eat some of the best barbecue around, while enjoying 20 great bands. There is even a professional rib-eating competition.

Ukrainian Village Festival – local singers and dancers will be entertaining in the streets as you browse through the market and taste the Ukrainian cuisine.

79th Street Renaissance Festival – a free, neighborhood festival that showcases Chicago’s local talent and authentic south side cuisine.