Did you know that 4th graders in the United States get free entry to all of the National Parks? And that they can bring their family along for free? Starting in September, we’ll have a 4th grader for over 2 years. Then a couple more 4th graders a few years later. We’re planning to visit as many National Parks during those years to take advantage of this great program. My dream is to visit the parks out west too and take an RV. While this seems like a crazy feet from NJ with 4 little kids, I recently learned about RVshare and how easy it makes an RV rental with kids.
With RVshare, you can arrive at the National Park (or nearby) and your RV is waiting for you. So we wouldn’t have to drive all the way from NJ but could still have the RV experience. You can then drive as little or as much as you want. There are even RVshare rentals that you can pick up, all set up, at a campsite in or near a National Park. An RV rental with kids doesn’t get much easier than that!
What is RVshare?
Disclosure: this is a sponsored post in partnership with RVshare. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
RVshare is the first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace. Think vacation home rentals but RVs instead! They have more than 100,000 vehicles available and their inventory ranges from affordable travel trailers to luxury motorhomes. RV Share’s RVs can accommodate any outdoor adventure, whether it’s a weekend of camping or a cross-country tour of national parks.
RVshare is a safe and trusted marketplace that has made it easy for travelers to book and owners to rent. They offers several services to help you feel more at ease (like owner verification, roadside assistance, 24/7 customer service, insurance, and other perks to protect travelers and owners).
Oh… and this summer, RV Share has made your National Park visits and planning even easier. They have an entire section of their site dedicated to National Parks (click here to check it out). You simply click on the park you are interested in and they provide tons of info on visiting along with RVs available to rent in that area.
We’re hitting the road!
As we prepare to visit National Parks over the next few years, I love reading about other families adventures in the different parks. This summer I am excited to have a number of moms share National Park stories on the blog. Stay tuned – The Chirping Moms will be all over the country, helping you prepare to visit National Parks with kids.
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