Nicole was very communicative with us. The RV was clean. The fridge was very cold, and the water was hot. We couldn't meet them at the resort because of check in and check out timing restrictions, as we were driving from Boston to Michigan and got there very late on our day of arrival. I sent my 77 year old brother-in-law to meet them (who is partially deaf), and they explained things to him, but he either didn't hear them well, or forgot what they told him. We couldn't figure out how to use the awning, or operate the TV, and there were no written instructions for anything. There were no towels or camp chairs or roasting sticks for Marshmallows, or coffee cups provided, even though her introductory ad said " just bring your clothes and toiletries and enjoy your stay". but I knew this before we left, so we had to pack those and bring with us. Extra "stuff" to figure out how to pack for a two day drive. There was a coffee maker, but I couldn't find a small pan to boil water for tea or rice, just a large "stew" type pot, so we never used the stove. The beds were comfortable Plenty of storage space. Outlets are limited, for all our phones, laptop, tablets, etc. But we survived the the hassle of "not your own home" experience. I think Jeremy and Nicole are very serious about providing an enjoyable rental experience, so I would recommend these RV hosts, as long as you know what you are doing, and know what you're getting.'
'There was only 1/2 roll of toilet paper on the holder, and no extra provided, so we had to go look for RV accepted toilet paper, which we couldn't find, so we just used a plastic bag as a trash can and threw all our paper in the bag instead of the toilet. They delivered , hooked up the water and electricity for us, then came and picked it up, which was a much needed benefit for us.