Going Places RV Rentals Review

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Going Places RV Rentals is a reputable RV rental in Phoenix with a wide array of motorhomes and trailers for rent. These recreational vehicles are targeted to the budget to mid-ranged market.

About Going Places RV Rentals

A recognized RV rental in Phoenix, the owners of Going Places RV Rentals are customer-oriented folks who rent out recreational vehicles at affordable rates. The company may have an extensive fleet of motorhomes and trailers but they still managed to make things work, especially with easy pick-up and drop-off of units. Renting an RV from them is made easy with the help of their user-friendly website complete with vehicle selection and steps. And aside from cozy holidays, these RVs can be rented out for a grand Phoenix NASCAR weekend. 


From motorhomes to trailers, this budget-based RV rental has a plenty of rental choices for travellers with different preferences. If you are travelling with a large group, the Class A motorhomes are perfect to accommodate everyone on-board because these range from 33' to 40 with luxury features. The Class C are suitable for smaller and economical families who still want a rather spacious unit complete with essentials. Unfortunately, you need to bring your own kitchen and sleeping kit or rent from them at an additional price. Most of the RV have slide-outs and some are pet-friendly. Though not all are latest models, the units on fleet are well-maintained and reliable for short trips to longer vacations with free 125 miles and 4 hour generator use per night. 


Class A


A beautiful and spacious Class A, the Bounder is an 8 berth with 6 sleeping areas. Renting this elegant motorhome means you get to enjoy some of its fancy features including 2 queen beds, another full bed, 1 1/2 bathrooms, bunk beds, kitchen with residential refrigerator and a fireplace. So, if you're looking for a unit with 'elegant' amenities, then you need to try this one. 


The Hurricane motorhomes come in three different styles and sizes. These Class A's normally cater 5 to 6 people through its master queen bedroom, bunks and convertible sofa and dinette. Depending on the Hurricane model, you may get one to three slides to expand the interior space. Each RV comes equipped with a complete kitchen featuring a sink, microwave, and refrigerator as well as nice entertainment set/s.

Sea Breeze

The 36' Sea Breeze is a double slide-out motorhome with new tires. Highlighting its Jack and Jill bathroom, or a bathroom shared between two bedrooms. In this case, the bathroom is shared between the master bedroom with walk around queen and the living room featuring the sofa sleeper and dinette bed. The swivel chair at the back of the front seats has a nice foot rest, perfect for tired drivers. 

Pace Arrow

A gas motorhome, the Pace Arrow has a sleeping capacity of 5. In the master bedroom, there are lots of storage for your stuff and an extended bathroom for extra convenience. The large glass shower is an added feature while the 2 television sets are downright fascinating, especially if you are travelling with your kids. 

Fleetwood Providence

At 40, this Class A is the largest and the most spacious among all vehicles on fleet. Surprisingly, this huge motorhome with full wall slide only sleeps 4 so that you have all the space you need for walking, dancing, cooking or doing your daily exercise. This diesel pusher has a master bedroom with privacy doors and outside kitchen. The extended length could be a slight issue but overall this one is definitely a catch. 

Class C

Fleetwood Tioga

A 31' motorhome with double slides, the Fleetwood Tioga sleeps 6. Sleeping places include one master queen at the back, sofa and dinette bed in the living room and queen bed at the cab-over. To maximize the interior space, this one features an L-shaped kitchen equipped with all amenities. 

Four Winds

There are 2 Four Winds models on selection, both 5 berths with 3 sleeping areas— cab-over, dinette and rear queen bed. Depending on the unit rented, you may have a bathroom either at the rear or at the back of the kitchen. The kitchen is furnished with sink, stove, microwave, and refrigerator. On the other hand, the bathroom comes with a shower, sink and toilet. 

Coachmen Freelander

A dual slide motorhome, this Coachmen Freelander is a brand new bunkhouse model providing 2 queen beds, bunks, sofa and dinette bed. Aside from the interior entertainment set, there's an outside TV as well as air bags. The master queen bed has overhead cabinets and dresser. The L-shaped kitchen is complete with all you need including microwave, refrigerator, stove, oven and cabinets.


The Majestic is one of the smallest units on offer. At 23, this motorhome exceptionally sleeps a group of 5. But of course, you can not expect for an overly spacious interior considering the sleeping capacity. Plus, this one doesn't have a slide-out. Overall, this RV is a compact motorhome for those budgeted travellers. 

Winnebago View

Also at 23', the Winnebago View is quite an upgrade with additional features like outside ice chest and plenty of headroom. Sleeping areas are just like the normal small RVs such as the queen cab-over, rear full size and convertible dinette. 


The Redhawks are 6 to 8 berths bunk motorhomes. These cab-over RVs are great for those bringing their kids. Enjoy the 2 slide-outs positioned sofa bed and bunk bed and all tile flooring. The master queen bedroom has plenty of storage while the each bunk comes with an individual CD player. These Class C have air-conditioning and heating features for a more comfortable stay indoor. 


For insurance coverage, you are required to call the company after making your reservation. You can provide your own insurance from your insurance binder or purchase one from them. In case you opt for your own insurance, it must be available 72 hrs. prior to rental.


The wide array of RV ranging from motorhomes of different classes as well as trailers in different sizes makes Going Places RV Rentals one of the most popular choices in terms of RV rentals in Phoenix. Their competitive rates with free 125 miles per night and 4 hrs. generator use per day also add up to their nice reputation. They may only have one depot and not all are latest models, but the customer-oriented owners and friendly staff are well appreciated.


Going Places RV Rentals can give you a comfortable and reliable RV holiday with the help of their budget to mid-ranged fleet of RVs. 

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  • Wide array of RV
  • Competitive rates
  • Free 125 miles per night


  • Only one depot
  • Not all latest models


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