Rent an RV in Atlanta
Owning an RV, camper, motorhome or travel trailer opens the door to amazing adventures all across the country. However, if you’re not ready to purchase your personal RV, then Go RV Rentals is your primary source for Atlanta RV rentals. We serve Sandy Springs, Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Marietta, Smyrna, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Mableton, Peachtree City, Peachtree Corner, Acworth, Gainesville, Carrollton, Woodstock, Griffin, Canton, Cartersville, Union City, Decatur, Sugar Hill, North Druid Hills, Forest Park, Snellville, Conyers, Fayetteville, Riverdale and surrounding communities with RV Rentals. Planning a vacation? Want to tailgate the big game at State? Thinking of camping, but want something more than a tent? Do you have a special event scheduled in the near future? An Atlanta RV rental might be just the vehicle you need to get out and about around Georgia, as well as anywhere you want to go in the USA.
Which RV is Right for Me?
This is your first decision before you rent an RV. You can either drive the RV (Class A or Class C motorhome) or pull the RV with an automobile/pickup truck (various types of travel trailers, including pop-ups, toy haulers and fifth wheels). Do you have a tow vehicle? If not, then pick a motorhome. Many campers can be towed with a ½ ton pickup; however, some require heavy duty trucks due to trailer weight ratings. Check out our articles on the cost of renting an RV and the various types of RV rentals and towing a travel trailer to help you make an informed decision then browse these available RV Rentals in Atlanta:
- Diesel Pusher and Gas Motorhomes (Class A)
- Travel Trailer Rental / Camper
- Campervan (Class B)
- Cabover Style Motorhome (Class C)
- Pop-up Camper Rental
- Toy Hauler Rental
Camper Rental in Atlanta
A travel trailer camper rental is an economical and a good choice to Go RVing for the first time in Atlanta, assuming you have the proper tow vehicle. You hook-up the camper to the hitch on your pickup truck or sports utility vehicle. Be sure to verify the towing capacity of your vehicle and match it with the RV. Travel trailers have many of the same features of a motorhome. For example, there is a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living area, however usually less spacious than a motorhome. You can also hookup power to a camper with an external generator. However, you may not need the generator if your campsite has a 30 Amp or 50 Amp power source. One of the convenient things about all travel trailers is that once you park them, you have your tow vehicle available for transportation at your destination. Now that’s nice.
There a several types of travel trailer rentals to choose from at Go RV Rentals in Atlanta and your choice will likely depend on your budget, how many people you want to sleep, your tow vehicle, if you want to bring your motorcycle or four wheeler and things of that nature.
Other Things to do in a Camper Rental
Tailgating at sporting events is a great way to have some fun in a motorhome rental or travel trailer rental. You could rent a camper with an outdoor kitchen and TV to entertain your family and friends. Wouldn’t it be great to tailgate at an Atlanta Falcons or Georgia Bulldog football game?
Family reunions tied to camping are really special. Enjoy the great outdoors with your extended family while making memories. Can you say smile and say S’mores?
Whether you’re cooking BBQ, chili or some other cuisine, an RV rental will make the event more convenient and comfortable. You can shower and sleep at the event right next to your cooker. Friends, the open road is calling you. Stop and listen. Life is too short to wait. Book your RV rental today!
State Parks near Atlanta
Georgia has some great State parks. Many of them are close to Atlanta. Our travel writer, Jennifer F. recently visited 5 local state parks. Read more.