5 Reasons Your Spring Break Trip Should Include An RV This Year

Let’s face it. After the year we’ve had, we’re all long past due for a week off. Winter’s about to start winding down, warmer weather is on it’s way, and it’s been months since any of us have taken a vacation...or at least one without bucketloads of added travel anxiety surrounding the uncertainties of COVID-19. Keep reading to see why we think you should opt out of your tried and true Florida beach plans this year for an RV-focused Spring Break adventure you’ll never forget!   No COVID Testing Required - Read to see why!! Unlike airline-centric vacations that require travelers to prove that they have not been exposed to COVID-19 prior to departure, RV vacations do not put other travelers at risk. Even though it is highly unlikely that you and your family would even contract COVID-19 on a socially-distant, RV vacation, you wouldn’t come into contact with other

2021-01-21T10:57:05-06:00Categories: RV Trip Planning|

Top Seven “Get Out Of Nashville” Adventures

1. The Gatlinburg Sky Lift These iconic, yellow, open-air chairs head from the top of Crockett Mountain to an 1,800 ft overlook—giving you and your crew a stunning view of the Great Smoky Mountains. If you’re feeling extra brave, you can also walk across the Gatlinburg SkyBridge, which at 680 feet across and 140 feet high at its midpoint, remains the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in all of North America. What’s more, the new SkyDeck and adjacent SkyCenter offer refreshments and relaxation amongst the wide-open mountain views, an added bonus that goes a long way after such exhilarating adventures.   Book the attraction here: https://www.gatlinburgskylift.com/  Book your lodging here: https://twincreekrvresort.com/  Book your RV: with Nashville RV, of course!!  Excuses, excuses. We’ve got a rebuttal to all your “buts.” But...are we there yet? The Gatlinburg Sky Lift is exactly 221.3 miles from the center of Nashville, so expect your driving time

2020-09-28T13:18:07-06:00Categories: Featured, RV Trip Planning|

RV Camping at Tennessee Wineries and Farms

With summer activities over and kids back in school, maybe you need a break to take time for yourself. One of the best ways to see the country and what it has to offer is, naturally, renting an RV and staying on some of the most beautiful properties, for free... Your Spring, Summer and Fall RV Getaway This RV getaway series will put you right in the heart of wine country, farm country or even great attractions right here in Tennessee. Here's how it all started. We had a new client interested in RV'ing this fall and wanting to get into possibly going full-time. There is no better way to get the feel for the RV lifestyle than to rent a Class A, B or C for the weekend. But, the question then becomes, "where to go?" One of the best ways to see the country is of course by

2020-10-14T13:37:50-06:00Categories: RV Trip Planning|Tags: , , |

10 Best National Parks For RV Vacations

Thinking of traveling the country and staying in the best national parks? Let Nashville RV help you make your decision with the top ten parks in the nation for RV vacation. Your family will have a blast exploring the nation and staying in these national parks. Or, if you’re honeymooning or starting your retirement, the best places to park your RV and see the sites are listed here for your enjoyment. Remember: All who wander are not lost!

5 Best Tennessee State Parks for RV Rentals

So, you’ve decided to trek out on the open road with a rental RV! On your way to see the world’s largest brick and world’s largest Jack in the Box, consider the following information if you find yourself in Tennessee state parks. Let Nashville RV show you the way in one of our new Tennessee RV rental fleet units to any of these great Tennessee parks!

2020-10-14T13:44:41-06:00Categories: RV Rental Info|Tags: , |

RV Rental Guide to a Great Family Vacation

Rental RVs are a great choice for family vacations and the Nashville RV Rental Guide shows why. All the sites you see on the road easily entertain young children for hours, and the cost is a lot less than other vacation choices. There are many different RVs to choose from if you’re looking to pack the entire family in a house on wheels, and we’re going to show you how to pick the right one. Depending on how much you want to drive and how far you’re going, it may be best to rent the RV closer to the destination instead of driving the entire distance. At Nashville RV we’re minutes away from the airport and conveniently located near major sites to see in Nashville and Franklin… and more!

Spring RV Camping Fun in Tennessee

With the temperatures rising and the sun starting to make longer appearances, it is time to start thinking about Spring RV camping again. However, you do not need to wait until summer to go camping. Spring camping in Nashville is fun and can be an excellent change from the hot weather and bugs that summer camping can have. At the same time, spring RV camping comes with its own challenges. Here are some tips to enjoy RV camping during the spring…

2020-10-14T13:53:25-06:00Categories: RV Trip Planning|Tags: , , |