NW Adventure Rentals Review

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Editors Review

Being former tent campers themselves, the owners of NW Adventure Rentals bring a more personalized touch to each luxury motorhome .

What NW Adventure Rentals Tells Us

With a fleet of posh and recent RVs, NW Adventure Rentals makes travelling more fancy, comfortable, and worth it. The company's rental are not bare units but rather fully-stocked recreational vehicles. Considering that most of these motorhomes already have everything you need, the rental rates are pricier compared to other companies. Not to mention, the units are also not pet-friendly, so say goodbye to your furry pets for a couple of days or weeks. Another bargain is the lone branch, which makes it slightly difficult for faraway renters. But once you arrive at the depot, your RV is ready to go. Every rental also comes with free 100 miles per day and 1 hour generator usage― enough to compensate all the small downers. 


The extensive collection of modern and nearly-brand new motorhomes is stuffed with all essential features and some extras like full kitchen, bedding, towels, folding chairs, slide-out, large patio awning and more, without any preparation or cleaning fees. These automatic units range from 25' to 35', making them suitable for small to large groups. Aside from motorhomes, the company also provides rentals for  travel trailers and utility trailers.



The luxurious Itasca at 35' has a spacious layout with two huge slides, making it the largest motorhome by the company. Because of its bigger length, it can provide a private bedroom and bath, as well as complete entertainment system with large flat-screen TV/DVD and stereo. One feature that sets this unit apart from other Class A motorhomes is that its sectional sofa can be extended for an added seating place. The toilet is separated from the shower, and is located before the rear bed, while the private bath is located inside the private bedroom. And take note, this motorhome can sleep only up to 6 people― on the private queen bed at the rear, and sofa bed & dinette bed at the living room. 


There are two Vista models on selection― the 32' and 35' units. Both motorhomes are recent units with 2016 and 2017 fit-out. The two Vistas have almost the same features from the full kitchen with stove, microwave, oven, fridge and freezer, to the sleeping places in the private rear bedroom, sofa bed and dinette bed. The only difference they have is the added sleeping capacity for the bigger model, which is located on the overhead bunk, allowing it to sleep up to seven instead of six. 


A recent addition to the NW Adventure Rentals fleet, this 32' is a nice option for a family of 8. The exterior itself is quite intimidating, with sleek features like large power slide-out and electric patio awning. Inside, the whole family will enjoy the spacious living area with sofa bed, dinette and added chair for convenience. Aside from that, this motorhome has tons of storage, from the overhead cabinets to bedroom drawers. 


Known for its diesel efficiency, the Melbourne is quite a head-turner because of its premium fit and finish and classy interior. The motorhome can sleep 6 people, with so much space for walking around. Plus, the full-length slide provides plenty of space from the living quarters to the bedroom. Because of the extended slide-out, this one couldn't provide a private bedroom. On the other side of the vehicle, there's the 14' awning for outdoor fun. 


Another 2017 model, the Dynamax is a 4-berth motorhome that takes pride with its sleek and high-end exterior and interior. The beautiful styling makes this gorgeous, little RV a charm to fancy travellers. This one is likely the same with the Melbourne RV when it comes to the layout― full-length slide-out, rear bedroom, and full bathroom. But since this unit is just 25', the sleeping areas are located only at the bedroom at the back and convertible dinette. Surprisingly, it comes with a bigger awning at 16'!


The Greyhawk RV is a beautiful, luxury bunkhouse that is fully-equipped with fancy features like two power slide-outs, power awning and automatic leveling system. There are three options for this particular motorhome― two 33' and one 32'. The bigger units can sleep up to 10, while the smaller one can cater only 8 persons. All three motorhomes equip you with full kitchen and bathroom, private queen bed, and lots of storage capacity. However, the 32' unit does not come with a tankless water heater unlike the other two options. Also, since it's an 8-berth unit, it erases the two bunks for extra sleeping space, which may be converted into a spacious closet!


The Redhawk RV has the most number of units on fleet― three 32' and one 29'. The three 32' RVs differ in the fit-out model used, ranging from 2018- 2016 based units. All these motorhomes are 8 berth, which means the interior of the 29' RV may be a bit cramped up. However, this smaller unit features a unique layout to compensate the limited length. Unlike the other three vehicles with a bathroom situated on both sides (separate toilet and shower), the 29' positions the full bathroom at the rear, inside the bedroom. 


The second to oldest motorhome on set, the 32' Leprechaun is another luxury motorhome with two large power slide-outs, walk-through bathroom, outdoor pull-out kitchen with sink and awning. Because of its premium facilities, the unit does not look old at all! Well, it's actually pretty new compared to other companies with older rental fleet. The full kitchen is L-shaped that may limit the space going to the bathroom and private bedroom. This unit can also sleep up to 8 people.


The 2012 Freelander is the oldest option. At 26', this compact RV efficiently utilizes the interior, allowing it to sleep 8. But of course, you can expect for some elbows touching because of the smaller dimension. Yet this unit still has plenty of storage for all your stuff. The large slide-out helps provide added space in the living room. And same as the Leprechaun, the Freelander features an L-shaped full kitchen.


There are two options when it comes to insurance. First, you can provide your own insurance by giving a copy of a binder that must list the model, make, year and VIN of the rented RV. Second, purchase an insurance coverage through the company that will be added during your reservation. The insurance rate depends on the rental amount, but this is already inclusive of comprehensive, collision and liability with $1, 000 deduction. The great thing about their insurance options is that you may cancel the insurance provided by the company any time before the rental as long as you can provide a binder. Further, the refundable security deposit for motorhomes is at $1500. 


NW Adventure Rentals is all about providing comfort and luxury during your holiday. These mostly brand new models are well-equipped with essentials, including a free 100 miles per day and 1 hour generator usage. The pricier rental rates and only one depot, however, may not be super enticing. Yet, all in all, the company has a good reputation when it comes to RV rentals.


Because of the wide selection for RV rentals, NW Adventure Rentals makes it easier to choose the right RV for your needs. Though not really for the budget market, these luxury motorhomes are enough to fulfill a fancy road trip.

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  • Fully-stocked motorhomes
  • Mostly brand new models
  • Free 100 miles per day and 1 hour generator usage


  • Pricier rental rates
  • Only one depot
  • Not pet-friendly


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  • Reviewed 1 year ago

The air conditioning didn’t work. It got so hot that we had to stay in hotels half the trip. The company isn’t willing to compensate any of this despite us calling to reporting the issue along the way and asking for help. Not enough seat belts for everyone. Terrible manual to troubleshoot issues.

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