VERAVISE OUTDOOR LIVING
The cost of RVing versus staying in hotels can vary greatly depending on
Length of stay
Camping style + cost
Min. of $250/night on average
Plus an average of 14% in hotel taxes & fees
When staying in a hotel without a kitchen, you're most likely going to be spending anywhere from a minimum of $100/day for food to as much as $ 200/day.
Groceries for the week
Daily average= $200
Pulling the travel trailer (if applicable)
Approximately $187.50 in fuel
Camping would definitely be more economical for a family.
A hotel may be a better option If;
You have a lot of credit card hotel points
If you can also get a hotel with a kitchen and plan to eat in more
The bottom line is, if you can stay on hotel points and reduce your eating-out expenses, you can, in theory, bring the cost of staying in a hotel equal to the cost of RV camping.
Cost for RV Park
Cost for Food
Cost for Fuel
Cost for Travel Trailer Rental for one week in peak summer
it is more expensive to rent an RV, but the cost of staying in a hotel is greater than 60% higher unless you book your hotel on credit card points.
Additional fees will be added for pet fees, generator use, and any additional insurance. There is standard insurance included in the cost of the rental.