It is at our discretion whether or not we are willing to let our RV's go to Canada. Let us know in advance if you wish to travel to Canada, so we can obtain a Canadian Non-Resident Proof of Insurance card.
The RVs need twelve and a half feet minimum clearance. We strongly advise not going under any structure less than thirteen feet high.
You are not renting a car. For insurance reasons, we give you a short driving lesson in the RV. The only times we waive the driving lesson is when:
(1) we are dropping off to a campsite or a horse show, or (2) you hold a current Class-A or Class-B Commercial Drivers License.
Drop off and Pick Up:
Renter(s) must personally pick up & drop off the RV, unless other arrangements are made beforehand in writing (mail or email). If you would like us to deliver and/or pick up the RV, just ask and we can accommodate you. Remember that your mileage, gas and tolls begin and end at our Chicopee, MA location. And we normally charge a fee for delivery and pickup (about $1/mile each way, in $25 increments).
During the months of December through February, the RVs
have been winterized. This means that
the water has been drained, and the pipes and tubing filled with a vegetable
anti-freeze. There is no running water available. However, we make the toilet available to you
by filling the black holding tank with several gallons of antifreeze just
The gas tank is filled at time of pickup, and is expected to be returned to us full of gas. If the gas tank is not full upon return, your security deposit will be charged for the amount needed to fill the tank plus a $2/gallon surcharge.
Three (3) hours of generator use are free with each rental day. This is cumulative. Additional generator use is charged at $3.00 per hour.
Be careful not to run both the microwave oven and the heat or A/C at the same time when using the generator, or you will pop a breaker. Switch heat or A/C to “fan” mode first.
The generator will also shut itself down when: (1) the gas tank is 1/4 full or less, or (2) there is not enough oil in the generator reservoir.
If you use a GPS device, make sure it is in Bus/Truck mode. Otherwise you need to exercise good judgment and override the GPS, as it may send you down roads and parkways where it does not belong, and may not fit. Examples include Storrow Drive in Boston or the Merritt or Hutchinson Parkways.
A special license is NOT
REQUIRED to rent either of our RVs. We
will give you a short driving lesson.
Methods of Payment:
We do NOT allow travel into Mexico with any of our RVs.
The first 100 miles per each rental day are free. This is cumulative. Additional mileage is charged at $.45 cents per mile.
Minimum Rental Periods:
Winter Season - 2 Night Minimum Spring/Summer/Fall Seasons - 3 Night Minimum. A 4-day minimum applies to all NASCAR race weekends and holiday weekends.
Not permitted, except for designated camping areas.
We offer one-way rentals. We only expect that you cover our transportation costs, not our time. This may include a one-way plane ticket, transportation from the airport to the RV, and our mileage, gas (full tank on return), and tolls back to our office in Chicopee, MA.
We generally do NOT allow pets in either of our units, unless we give you written authorization. Then there will be a $100 non-refundable charge for taking pets with you in the RV.
You need to be on level ground for the refrigerator to
work properly. Most refrigerators can
automatically switch between propane and an electrical source (shore line power
All Insurance is included in the rental price. We carry commercial insurance on all RVs that we rent. If there is damage to the RV, you are responsible for the first $500 of the deductible amount. We do not offer a Collision Damage Waiver.
376 Chicopee Street, Chicopee, MA. Office hours are by appointment. Call 617 513-9337..
Rental Rates are subject to change. We do our best to make sure the latest rates are posted on this website.
50% of the total rental price, which is applied toward the rental balance. This deposit is non-refundable. There are no refunds of your deposit should you decide to cancel the reservation. We will however, allow you to reschedule your reservation up to one year from the date of the original reservation. Should events beyond our control cause the RV you wanted to rent become unavailable during the times you wanted to rent it, we reserve the right to substitute an equivalent RV. If no RV is available to substitute, then we will return your deposit in full.
$500 if parked at a campsite or horse show for 3-4
days; otherwise $750 for less than one week, and $1,000 for one
week or more.
The security deposit will be refunded (minus any damage not covered by insurance, any unpaid parking/traffic fines, EZ-Pass tolls, dumping, cleaning, additional mileage, gas, missing equipment, other amounts owing), by check, within 15 business days after return of the RV. We may use your deposit to pay any amounts owed to us under this Agreement. Security deposit refunds are normally processed on Sunday evenings.
We do NOT allow smoking in any of our units.
Setup and Training:
$100.00 -- Includes full tanks of gas, propane and water and sanitation chemicals. We also ensure that the vehicle has been cleaned and washed and the holding tanks have been dumped. In addition we provide you with clean sheets, towels, blankets, pillows, cookware, a coffee maker, toaster, toolbox, and paper/plastic goods to get you started (paper plates, cups, bowls, plastic utensils, toilet paper and paper towels) as well as hoses, connectors, and adaptors. We also give you a 2-hour orientation on how to use the RV, including a brief driving lesson.
Towing another vehicle is not allowed on our units.
Truck/Bus lane restrictions:
Drivers need to follow all Truck/Bus lane restrictions, as well as avoid driving on any road designated as a Parkway, or any road with low bridges or overpasses.
RVs are not allowed in tunnels, because of the LP gas tank. Renters need to be aware that this prohibition is strictly enforced in and around Boston, New York City, and Baltimore.
in the holding tank should never be considered potable. Bring bottled water (and other beverages, if
desired) to drink.