If you’ve ever driven south of Louisville on I-65, you’ve probably noticed the giant T-rex that greets travelers just outside Mammoth Cave National Park. Each time you pass this creature and see the signs for Dinosaur World, you think, “I … Continued
Tailgating season is here. All around the state, high school and college teams—as well as our very own Indianapolis Colts—are kicking off a new season. You can join in on the excitement by renting a camper from Greenwood RV Rentals … Continued
Are you looking for your next getaway destination in Kentucky? Look no further than Mammoth Cave National Park. Located just off I-65 an hour and a half south of Louisville, this attraction is something you don’t want to miss.
Whenever we start to see school buses out and about, we know that summer (and with it, peak vacation season) is coming to a close. People are starting to get back in the school-year routines and perhaps counting down the … Continued
Sometimes you need a vacation, but time or resources don’t allow you to travel too far. The good news for Carmel and Fishers, IN, residents is that some great getaway destinations aren’t that far away—especially if you’re a fan of … Continued
Are you looking for ways to save money on your vacation? If you’re camping around the Indianapolis area, our Greenwood RV Rentals LLC team has a few suggestions on how you can have fun for free in the greater Indy … Continued
You’ve been waiting all year to take this camping trip, planning every detail and mapping out your stops. You’re ready to hit the road, but first you need to book a motorhome rental. When it comes to your family vacation, … Continued
Indianapolis is full of fun and exciting things to do. Visitors and locals are not without events and activities to enjoy around town. Here are just a few of the local attractions our team at Greenwood RV Rentals LLC recommends.
Are you looking for some great campgrounds not too far from the Indy area? As an Indianapolis-based motorhome rental company, allow the Greenwood RV Rentals LLC team to make a few suggestions.
Spring in Indiana is a great time for camping. The temperatures aren’t too high, the air smells fresh, and you are ready to spend some time outdoors. You may have summer plans to rent an RV for a cross-country adventure, … Continued