A Guide to Texas RV Rentals

Texas is the second-largest state in the USA. It takes at least 13 hours to drive across it east to west; and at least 17 hours to travel north to south. So what better way to see it all than in an RV?Renting an RV in Texas means you can fly in, rent an RV, drive to your heart’s content and leave. Flying in and out of Texas saves more time for you to explore the Lone Star State. Many Texas RV rental agencies also let you travel one-way. Rent your RV in one city and drop it off in another at the end of your adventure.The class-C motor home is the most frequently rented RV. It comes with beds, a toilet and shower, a microwave and refrigerator, and heating and air-conditioning. Many also have extras like a TV and DVD player. Most rental agencies also sell packages with dishes and linens, so that you don’t need to bring your own. This is especially useful if you fly into Texas.Texas is divided into seven State Park areas: the panhandle plains, the prairies and lakes, the piney woods, the gulf cost, the south Texas plains, the hill country, and the Big Bend State Parks. The majority of state and national parks are in eastern Texas, stretching from Dallas south to San Antonio. Pick a region as your start place and then find a rental agency nearby.KOA, or Kampgrounds of America, has a list of its preferred Texas RV rental agencies on its Web site. Winter rates are the cheapest, starting at around $750 a week for a class-C motor home. Summer rates may start at slightly under $1000 for a week’s rent. Shop around for the best deal. Make sure to ask about the pricing. Some rental agencies charge by the day, others by the mile, and others a combination of both. Also ask about extras like insurance, cleaning fees, and security deposits. Enjoy the lone star state!

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