Spring Break Camping Tips“Spring break!?!” you’re thinking. “We just made it through the holidays, and you want to talk spring break?” Yes we do. Whether you want to admit it or not, spring break will be here before you know it. While our staff at Freedom RV Rentals wants you to enjoy the consistency of your normal routine, we also know that spring break can sneak up on you if you’re not planning ahead.

To help you get a head start on your spring break plans, consider these tips from our experienced camping crew.

1. Pick a destination.

Pennsylvania may still be a bit chilly (or unpredictable at best), so camping in our great state may not be an option unless you love cold-weather camping. We recommend you take this opportunity to consider renting a camper and heading a little further south. Check out state and national parks that offer plenty of campsites and recreation opportunities. Plus, they tend to be rather affordable for families.

2. Set your spring break budget.

How much can you afford to spend on your spring break getaway? Can you “spring” for the Class A motorhome with all the bells and whistles? Or do you need to pick the economic pop-up camper? Setting a budget before you shop for your RV rental can help you make these decisions and save you money. 

3. Take advantage of rental specials.

By getting a head start with planning, you can keep an eye out for RV rental specials or deals for local attractions. You don’t have to feel pressured to book right away, unless you want to be sure to reserve a particular model motorhome or event tickets. While you’re browsing for deals, be sure to check out all our current rental specials.

These tips can help you get a head start on your vacation planning and save you a huge headache as spring approaches. Check out our inventory of motorhomes, travel trailers, and pop-up campers, and let us know if you have any questions about our rates or policies. We’d be glad to answer all your questions and help you make the reservation. To get started, contact us today at (814) 695-9408.


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