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It’s not often that a family-owned business can claim to be a national leader in its field, but that’s the case with Cruise America RV Rental. It was founded by Robert Smalley from Florida in 1972, and over the following decades has grown to include 33 locations all over the country, from Anchorage to Miami.
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The Fleet: Cruise America Rentals
Cruise America keeps it simple with their four options for your RV rental in the United States. All are cabover-style motorhomes chosen for maximum space optimisation. A bed over the driver’s cabin means more sleeping room without infringing on valuable living space.
The Compact category has a maximum capacity for three people and is fully self-contained with a kitchen, toilet, shower and everything you might find in a larger vehicle. This is perfect for a couple, and at 19 feet long is easy to drive and park.
The Standard motorhome is 25 feet long and sleeps five. It has all the conveniences and a power generator in case you run out of juice.
The Large vehicle is a monster at 30 feet long, and can sleep the whole family and more with space for seven. It is lacking none of the mod-cons and is a true home on wheels that you can take wherever you go and park up in absolute comfort.
The newest addition to the fleet is the T17 Truck Camper. It is easy to drive and maneuver for first-time renters. This vehicle offers plenty of power to master even the steepest terrain, while still providing comfort and accessibility.
This is one of the few companies which allow pets along for the ride, so you don’t have to leave your best friend at home!
So easy to pick-up a Cruise America RV rental
You can fly in to almost any major city in the United States and drive away in a Cruise America RV. The depots cover the majority of the states and also the bigger centres in Canada, with high concentrations in California and the East Coast.
One-way hires mean that you can set your sights on an even more distant horizon, and with so many rental locations there are multitudes of options for a custom itinerary. One-way rentals between the US and Canada are not allowed, but you may take your RV across the border to explore as part of your trip before returning to the country in which you began.