Frequently Asked Questions
We rent fun! Since 2005, our family-owned business has been satisfying customers from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and beyond by providing quality travel trailers and exceptional service at a great price. Check out the answers to some of our frequently asked questions below, and then call Leisure RV Rentals LLC at (603) 470-6878 today for a free quote on your next getaway.
Q: Do you really deliver?
A: Yes, we deliver our all of our campers and handle setup so they’re ready for camping when you arrive. We’ll meet you there to show you how everything works, hand over the keys, and finish the paperwork. And when your trip is over, we’ll come back and break down and dump the holding tanks.
Q: Where do you deliver?
A: Anywhere within about 55 miles of our location in Loudon, NH – campgrounds, race tracks, driveways, production sites, and more. That’s far enough to get you to White Mountain National Forest, the Atlantic Ocean, and into Maine.
Q: How old do I have to be to rent a travel trailer?
A: We require renters to be at least 25 years old, with a valid driver’s license and major credit card. Check out all our policies for additional restrictions.
Q: Do you allow pets?
A: We have a strict no-pets policy in our units, and you would lose your security deposit to cover cleaning costs if we discover evidence of furry stowaways.
Q: Do you allow smoking?
A: In order to keep our campers pristine, we also prohibit smoking in the units. A $300 fee will be assessed for fumigation if travel trailers smell smoky at the end of a rental period.
Q: What should I bring?
A: Comforters will be placed on all of the beds that will be used, which means you’ll need to bring your own sheets, blankets, pillows, or sleeping bags. We’ll provide the toilet paper, waste baskets and liners, clean rugs, your first tank of propane, and a full tank of water. You’ll need to bring cooking supplies, utensils, paper products, and anything else you need to make your camping experience comfortable.
Q: What if I’ve never rented a camper before?
A: Many of our renters have never set foot inside of a camper; all you need is the hunger for a new adventure. For every renter (even the seasoned folks), we provide an in-person orientation and instruction session to help you become acclimated to your new (temporary) home. In the event that your camper has been set up at a campsite before your arrival, please call us immediately at (603) 470-6878, and your orientation and training will be done over the phone.
If you have any issues or questions during your adventures, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to help make your experience unforgettable.
Q: What about electricity?
A: Many campgrounds have electric hookups available, and we also rent generators.
Q: I’ve never been to New Hampshire before – where should I camp?
A: What type of camping environment do you want? We can recommend any number of facilities within 55 miles or so of our location, depending on your interests.
Q: I had a great time during my vacation. Can I reserve a trailer now for next year?
A: Absolutely! About 30 percent of our customers have rented from us before, and many book their campers well in advance, especially for busy times such as race weekends, holidays, and other special events.
Q: I want to rent a Class A motorhome to explore New Hampshire and Maine. Can you help?
A: Leisure RV Rentals delivers and sets up travel trailers at the destination of your choice, saving our customers the hassle of navigating the highways and byways in a massive motorhome. Our experience has shown that travel trailers actually have more living space than driveable units, and they usually are cheaper too. And renters save even money on gas and vehicle rental taxes. So we recommend choosing a centrally located base camp, renting a travel trailer, exploring from there, and making day trips from your campground.
Don’t wait to embark on your next adventure! Contact Leisure RV at (603) 470-6878 today and start thinking about how to spend the money you’ll save on overpriced hotel rooms and expensive restaurants.