Info and FAQ's


Booking Policy

Must be 21 years or older to rent a camper. All drivers of the tow vehicle must have a valid driver’s license. Must have working 7 pin trailer connections. Travel trailers have a 2 day minimum to rent and Motorhomes have a 3 day minimum to rent.

Insurance Policy

We provide different options for insurance to give you peace of mind on your journey during your rental period. If you are a USAA member you can check with your local office to see if you are covered to drive an RV and the insurance will be waived. If you have delivery you are not required to get insurance. All towing and driving renters are required to get insurance.

Reservation and Security Deposit Policy

Booking Deposit : At the time of booking, a non-refundable amount of 25% of booking total is charged as a deposit to hold the reservation and will act as a credit towards your reservation. At 14 days prior to pick-up the reservation remainder will be charged in full and become non-refundable. Security Deposit: 2 days prior to your reservation a security deposit authorization will be placed on a credit card on file. The security deposit is released within 7 to 10 business days once the camper is returned clean and undamaged.

Cleaning and Pet Policy

There is a cleaning checklist in each unit that must be completed or you will be charge an addition fee for cleaning. We love our pets so we are pet friendly. However if you have a dog that sheds there could be an addition fee for cleaning Also if we have to wash the sheet more than once you could be responsible for the price to replace them.

Smoking Policy

Absolutely no smoking of any kind in camper (campfire smoke is ok). You will be charged your security deposit.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy – You are welcome to cancel your reservation at any time, we understand things come up. We will be more than happy to change your dates to accommodate your trip. Nevertheless, keep in mind that the 25% initial deposit is non-refundable. Reservations are non-refundable within 14 days of your departure date unless there is a hurricane and the camp ground shuts down.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Rv towel paper can be bought at Walmart in the RV section ( if you can not find rv towel paper please do not put paper down the drain only put it in the trash can located in bathroom)
  • Paper towels
  • Soap and sponge
  • Food and condiments
  • clothes
  • Grill
  • Outside seating
  • Outdoor rug

Items that are included in all of our campers and RVS:

  • Linens for all beds ( if you plan to fold down a dinette or couch we do not supply linens for that but you do have enough pillows)
  • Pillows for all beds  + more
  • Set of 6 towels
  • Hand towel in bathroom
  • Kitchen towel
  • Oven mit
  • 6 plates
  • 6 cups
  • 2 coffee cups
  • Coffee pot- regular Mr. Coffee
  • Toaster
  • Silverware
  • Cookware
  • Pots and pan set
  • Griddle
  • Scissors
  • Dvd player and tv
  • Broom and dust panihfsnf

Outdoor items:

  • Water hose
  • Water pressure regulator
  • Power cord
  • Surge protector
  • The stinky slinky
  • Set of orange leveling blocks

Yes, you are welcome to go anywhere in the U. S and Canada. Trailers are free mileage. Motorhomes you will receive 200 free miles a day any addition miles will be

Yes, each unit has its own towing equipment. That includes a hitch and ball, a sway controller and weight distribution system.

Yes, you are required to dump the black, grey, and fresh water tank before you return the unit. If you do not you will be charged an additional $100 fee.  If you have delivery the dumping fee is added into the delivery fee. 

All units have propane tanks on the front of them. The propane runs the oven/stove, hot water, and heat. If you have a site with electric the hot water can run off that as well. Each unit will have a tag that can be pulled off by hand. If you remove the tag you will be charges $30 for the usage. The only way to turn on the propane is if the tag is removed. It is convent to have propane on the trailer already but if you don’t want to be charged you can bring your own tank from home and switch out the tanks. If you know you do not want to deal with the hassle of bring your own tank go ahead and add this add-on. If you are not sure we can always add it later.

Awnings are great for those nice sunny days when you just want to relax outside in the shade. Unfortunately, a broken awning can put a real damper on any day.

You are more than welcome to use the awning however  you are accepting all responsibility of the awning. They are not covered by insurance so it will be deducted off your card on file.

Some safety measures you can take to keep the awning safe are, putting the awning in when you go to bed or if you leave the camp site. This is Florida and the wind can pick up in no time and damage the awning without any warning. If a rainstorm is coming in the awning should be retracted in as well.

Depending on the heat outside it may take many hours, possibly overnight, for the fridge to cool down. It is best to ensure only cold/frozen items are placed in the fridge/freezer.

Yes all rentals have air conditioners and heaters. The AC operates using electricity or a generator and the heater operates using propane and the RV batteries.

Absolutely NOT. If you move the trailer after you received delivery it will not be covered under insurance. If you cause any damage you will be complete liable for the damage. You will also be charged a $250 fine.

Generators are $3.00 an hour to run.