One way RV rentals can be a great way to see a lot of the country. Having the option to pick up in San Francisco and drop off in New York or Florida lets you drive across the country and then fly home. Maybe you want to see the Rocky Mountains, you could pick up in Denver and drop off in Seattle. Historic Route 66 is another must travel route. Starting in Chicago this highway takes you on one of the original highways from 1926. By the 1950s and ’60s, this highway was getting less and fewer travelers so new development stopped, so now traveling this highway is like taking a step back in time as you make your way to Los Angeles. Seattle, Atlanta, Boston, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Dallas, Miami, Orlando Las Vegas, the combination of trips are endless.
If you are going to plan a one way RV rental trip my advice to you is to plan the trip well in advance, 8 months to a year is not too far in advance to plan if you are planning on traveling June through September. Planning this far in advance will give you the most options as far as cities and size of RV. Start looking now for your trip next summer by filling out the city, date, and vehicle fields above. Someone will get back to you with the availability of the trip you have selected.
If you are looking to book for a last-minute special and your plans are flexible, fill in the fields above and write in the comment section that you are looking for a one way special and that your plans are flexible and someone will email you with the specials that are available.
Why not spend some time going one way from Orlando to Ft Lauderdale in January, what a great way to see Florida and beat the winter blues.
If you’re planning on flying in and starting your one-way RV adventure, be sure to check out our article on RV Rentals with Airport Pick Up.