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These are unprecedented times, which will continue to develop on a daily basis. We want to provide you with as much guidance as possible going forward, while also following the advice of the advisories from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to stay on top of their safety measures and travel requirements, both domestically and internationally

We ask that you do the same, and always follow the guidance of your federal, state, and local public health officials to stay safe and healthy.

To help with your travel decision and provide additional information regarding trips for the 2020 season, we’ve compiled a list of answers to the most common questions we’re hearing from our owners and renters, plus some helpful resources for you to have at your fingertips.

Can I still take an rvGL vacation?

Absolutely. Recreational vehicles, motorhomes, and campervans are great vacations— no crowded airports, no bustling train stations—just you, the open road, and a home to call your own. Plus spending time outdoors can be helpful for social distancing and letting you embark on your adventure with peace of mind whether that means a weekend in nature, a staycation to just get out of the house, or a way to work on the road. We encourage you to keep an eye on travel requirements being issued by authorities to ensure you’re complying with those recommendations. It’s our goal to continue to facilitate as many trips as possible this season

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Where can I go in my RV?

A unique benefit of road travel is that you choose where you go, including destinations and campsites that are full of fresh air and nature, away from groups of people, and away from any areas of health concern. Our owners have many helpful suggestions of great campgrounds in their area which are less crowded and make for an amazing experience. Check-in with them for their recommendations.


RV Great Lakes is required to meet high standards of safety and cleanliness, which includes cleaning their vehicles with disinfectant and antibacterial/antiviral cleaner before and after each rental to help prevent the spread of germs between travelers. We advise that they wipe down all hard surfaces with these cleaners, paying special attention to areas travelers touch often such as seats, steering wheels, tables, counters and door handles. Also, if they provide linens, they wash those between trips.


What are the benefits of RV travel during this time?

A unique benefit of road travel is that you choose where you go, including destinations and campsites that are full of fresh air and nature, away from groups of people, and away from any areas of health concern. Your renter may reach out for helpful suggestions of great campgrounds in your area that are less crowded and would make for an amazing experience, so feel free to share any of your local advice!

Are there extra cleaning measures I can take to further protect my renters?

*Based on CDC guidelines

RV Great Lakes guidelines when cleaning to make sure you’re safe.

  • Wear disposable gear while you clean (gloves, face masks). If you wear gloves, throw them out after each cleaning and wash your hands.

  • Ventilate rooms while you clean by leaving the windows and doors open.

  • Wash your hands thoroughly before and after each cleaning. Use soap and water, and wash for at least 20 seconds. 

  • Use detergent or soap and water to remove dirt, grease, dust, and germs. Once the surface is clean, spray with a disinfectant

  • Don’t touch your face while cleaning (wearing a face mask can help prevent this).

  • Wash all linens at the highest heat setting recommended by the manufacturer. This includes:

    • bedsheets

    • mattress covers

    • towels

    • blanket

  • While restocking your supplies, take a moment to check expiration dates. And remember to never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleaning solution that can release toxic gases that are dangerous to inhale.

  • Line your trash cans to make it easier to dispose of waste.

  • Once you’re done cleaning, immediately take out the trash if it contains cleaning supplies like used paper towels or disinfectant wipes.

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