Lazydays RV Review

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Not just a rental business, Lazydays is a big RV dealer that offers everything about RVs, from buying new units to servicing one and everything in between. They are, with no doubt, one of the most popular RV dealers that have been in the business for many decades.

About Lazydays RV

As one of the largest RV dealers in the world, Lazydays creates a rather striking name in the RV industry. Established in 1976, the company has now everything on selection, from rentals to trade-in to service and more! For the rental category, they focus on modern RVs come with unlimited miles and free usage of the generator. But even if these are the most recent models, they tagged their units as budget-friendly. They have two branches in Colorado, one in Aurora and the other in Johnson. And if you're bringing your personal car, they allow free parking of your vehicles.


Lazydays offers a wide array of RVs that cater to couples and large groups, from 6 to 10 people. Their 25' to 38' motorhomes are all up-to-date (2019 models), with the inclusion of campground essentials like hoses, cords, converter and such. If you want to get more active, they also offer bike racks and bicycle for rent. All units are great for short and longer holidays on the road. Choose from the latest Class A and Class C motorhomes, along with some travel trailers. And the good thing is that there are plenty of units on the fleet for each RV model.


Class A

Forest River FR3

The Forest River FR3 is a 34' motorhome that sleeps up to 8 persons. These are great for family and friends who'd want some special features such as electric awning, slide-out, and panoramic driving windows. This spacious bunkhouse model has a full kitchen with a residential microwave that lets you prepare meals conveniently. Plus, the motorhome comes with a refrigerator with a package option. In between the driver's and passenger's seat is a cozy coffee table. The rear bedroom offers a king bed, wardrobe, and TV.

Class C

Forest River Sunseeker 2290

With a length of 25', the motorhome is built for a family of 6. This compact RV is very easy to drive, with more than enough interior space because of the slide-out. Sleeping options include the cabover bed, dinette bed, and corner rear queen bed. It has great storage inside and outside. Extra amenities are also included such backup camera and monitors, sound system, electric awning, and exterior shower. 

Forest River Sunseeker 3010

The Forest River Sunseeker 3010 is a double slide-out motorhome that sleeps 8. This large RV is a great option for family road tripping, with its various sleeping options and spacious interior. It has a convertible sofa, a private queen-sized bed, and a U-shaped dinette bed. Some unique features of this RV include the 4-door refrigerator with an optional side-by-side ref and a bathroom with separate shower and toilet. Other optional extras include the exterior TV for alfresco entertainment, recliners for the sofa bed, and another TV at the rear bedroom. 

Forest River Sunseeker 3250

Also at 31', this Class C RVs offers the most number of sleeping areas in a motorhome. All in all, it has five sleeping areas that sleep a total of 10 persons. There are two slides that expand both the living room and the rear bedroom. The kid's sofa sleeper comes with a flip-down bunk for an extra living room area. Aside from the indoor amenities, outdoor facilities like optional TV, sound system, and exterior shower make the unit attractive for family outings.


When you rent from Lazydays, you will be required to purchase coverage from MBA Choice Insurance. Since they do not provide liability insurance, auto liability is covered by MBA Choice, with a deductible of $1000 per occurrence. The $1000 is also the amount of the refundable security deposit.


But do they really have everything under their roof? Apparently not. The reputation of this long-standing business is not all positive. There are several issues that need to be addressed like unpleasant customer service and such. Still, Lazydays offers RV ventures to everyone, and that includes RV rental. And apparently, they have an impressive rental fleet that consists of all brand new models, from Class A to Class C motorhomes to travel trailers. So, whether you want a camping adventure or a tailgating experience, they have something for you. 


Accordingly, Lazydays is still a nice RV rental option, especially for big groups. Their RV fleet continues to be an attraction for budget travellers who prefer the latest motorhome.

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  • Two branches in Colorado
  • Huge selection of RVs and towables
  • Budget-friendly units


  • Mixed reviews
  • Limited options for couples or smaller groups


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