RV rentals in Arizona have never been easier! From stunning overlooks and endless terrain, to the best in festivals and racing, Arizona and the Southwest offer the nation’s premier highways, getaways, and gatherings. Whatever your destination, Going Places RV Rentals makes hitting the road in the comfort of an RV a breeze. We’re the easiest place to select and reserve the perfect RV for your plans and budget. Going places? No one is better at getting you there with a smile on your face! To speak to a representative, please call (623) 221-1161.
Class A RV's are the largest rv ranging from 33' to 40'. They are great for family vacations with luxury features.Class A Rentals
Class B RV's are larger than a normal Van. There is plenty of space with a kitchen and eating area for a quick trip.Class B Rentals
Class C RV's are not as big as a Class A, but are very spacious. They are great for a small family trip on a budget.Class C Rentals
Fifth wheel trailers are great for family trips when you are looking for a toy hauler functionality as well.Fifth Wheel Rentals
Travel trailers are great if you already own a truck. They have plenty of room for you to enjoy your vacation.Travel Trailer Rentals
Toy haulers are great for transporting quads, off road motorcycles or off road vehicles. There is plenty of sleeping space as well.Toy Hauler Rentals
If you're a fan of the outdoors, but not necessarily psyched about making your sleeping arrangements on the ground, you'll more than likely want an RV for your next outdoor adventure. With the all the comforts and amenities of a kitchen and luxury of a bed, you're guaranteed to have a relaxed camping trip or a day trip anywhere in our great state of Arizona.
However, the question still remains, is RV renting better than buying? If the answer to this question isn't at first obvious to you (we’ll help you out though, it’s renting), it's because you’ll need to ask yourself a few other questions, first:
Here are a few crucial things to consider when pondering each of these variables.
This is the very first and most significant question to ask when considering renting an RV from us vs. buying one.
When it comes to purchasing, you will want to sit down and do the math to figure if you'll use it enough to justify the cost. For some this may be a non-issue, for others it's a primary consideration to focus on.
Another aspect to contemplate is whether you live in an area where the seasons dictate your outdoor adventures. If you have to put up with many months of snow, you likely won't be getting choice use out of it.
Rent: If you are going on a single trip or if you live in an place where seasons dictate your recreation/camping schedule.
Buy: If you're driving cross-country or reside in a region where you can camp most months of the year.
Standard, or mid-size, RVs can vary from 20 feet to 25 feet in length; this recreational vehicle will not sit comfortably in the average backyard or driveway. Because of all this, a crucial question to answer is whether you'll have enough storage available for it all. If so, is it free or will it be a drain on your hard earned money every month?
Rent: If you have nowhere to keep the vehicle or don't want to pay monthly storage charges.
Buy: If you don't have to store it that often, or you have free storage, or are willing to pay the storage costs.
For this trip, and many of those in the future, you need to calculate the amount of people you'll be making the trip with. RV's come in various sizes ranging from compact or Class B – which is van sized – to large or Class A – which can be 30 feet long sometimes, at most. The smaller vehicle may be more manageable for storage, handling and price; however, it can really only fit three people comfortably.
Rent: If you're taking your trip with a large group, and don't want to be paying out of the nose for a large vehicle, RV renting is a great the way to go. Being able to split the rent cost may be more affordable.
Buy: If price or storage is an issue, but there are minimal people traveling with you, buy the compact RV. It's easier on your funds, and easier to store.
There are a number of variables to take into consideration when determining between RV buying vs. renting. However, when you ask the correct questions, the question of whether to rent or buy is much easier to answer.