Short Trip Ideas

Here are some trip suggestions for the person looking to rent an RV for the first time or looking for a short getaway. An RV trip does not always have to be a long, high mileage trip. You can find all kinds of fun stuff to do in your own back yard. Call our rental department today to get your trip started! 

Rock Cut State Park

Rock Cut has great lakes for fishing, Mountain bike trails, and canoe / boat rentals. Rent an RV for a 3 nights at Rock Cut. You can reserve a camp site through the state park by following the link below. Learn More

Rockford Speedway

Rockford Speedway has top name NASCAR racing on a quarter mile, high-banked track, located just two miles west of I-90 in Loves Park, Illinois. From kids' nights to monster trucks, fireworks and fantastic NASCAR racing action, you will be in for an exciting night of affordable family fun. Learn More

Door County

Take a trip in the fall to see the leaves change or just use this as a couple’s getaway. Find great campsites with the link below. Learn More

Starved Rock State Park, Oglesby, IL

Waterfalls are active in spring and after heavy rains, and the park has 13 miles of trails, along with access to the Illinois River with its fishing, boating, beautiful views, and even ice fishing in winter. The lodge showcases the largest two-sided fireplace in all of Illinois. Begin at the Visitor Center and see their interactive displays and videos about the park. Grab a hiking map…and stop in after a long hike for an ice cream treat!

Michigan Sand Dunes

Going to a place like this you will want a 4 night trip. If you are looking for a trip to the beach this is the place to go. There are all kinds of activities to keep the whole family entertained. Learn More

Mississippi Palisades

Mississippi Palisades State Park is rich in American Indian history. This could be an educational trip for the kids. Learn More

Illinois Wine Country Tour

A wine tour is a lovely addition to your Illinois RV trip itinerary. The Illinois wine scene has grown exponentially over the past twenty years, from 14 wineries in 1997 to over 100 today. Try a few wines — maybe even try some from different regions of the state to compare how they taste. It’s quite a delicious bit of research you’re doing here.