Premium RV Rental 2017 Winnebago Avion 24J

4.724 reviews
Class CVictoria, BC
5 guests
Sleeps 6
26 ft. long
Pet friendly
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If you are way past the budget hotel and tenting phase of your life look no further. The 2017 Winnebago Navion is an Air BnB on wheels. Everything you need is included. Just bring your food and favorite beverage. This Navion comes with heat, air conditioning, satellite radio (in the cab) stereo in the back of the unit., kitchen with two-burner stove, convection oven and double sink, shower and toilet, twin bed and sleeping for four more including the overhead bunk. We have put together a systems page with a tone of videos so you can get familiar with the RV before you take it on your vacation. This way you can enjoy the experience with your friends and family.Seasonal rates are available starting at $325.00 per night.March book for $325.00
April 1 to May 31 book for $325.00
June 1 to Sept 6 book for $425.00
Sept 7 to November, book for $325.00
What's includedWe have you all set up with fresh linens, camping chairs, BBQ, outdoor rug, pots and pans, and basic kitchen things.RecommendationsSome of the best campgrounds are found on Vancouver Island. They are not far away and offer one of the best RV experiences around.In the south of the island, popular camping destinations include the Victoria area and the coast to the southwest, right up to Port Renfrew. Farther north, you'll find places like Tofino and Ucluelet on the west side of the island and Strathcona Provincial Park in the interior, closer to Campbell River. And if you really want to go exploring, consider heading to the far north, beyond Port Hardy, to the wild shores of Cape Scott Provincial Park. For those more interested in an activity than a location, you can also find some campgrounds that are highly associated with certain sports, like surfing, kiteboarding, or hiking.When you are planning your camping trip, you should take into consideration that summer, particularly July and August, is a busy time, and if you want to secure camping in the most popular areas, it's best to book well in advance. Also, many campgrounds are seasonal and only operate from May to September or October. The first step is determining where to camp, and for that, have a look at our list of the best campgrounds on Vancouver Island.Other things to note-NO SMOKING INSIDE (including vaping or e-cigarettes)
-Towing is NOT permitted.
-Small pets (25 lbs max) are allowed on a case by case basis for an additional fee and pet security deposit. Please inquire.
-No festivals Rentals Allowed.
-No trips to Mexico. Canada on approval.
-Rentals outside of B.C. and neighbouring provinces will be considered on a per rental basis.


2017 Winnebago Other
  • Sleeps 6
  • 5 seatbelts
  • Fresh water: 40 gal
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Fuel capacity: 55 gal
  • Automatic transmission


  • Toilet
  • Inside Shower
  • Generator
  • TV/DVD
  • Audio Inputs
  • Radio
  • CD Player
  • Stove

Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No tailgating
  • No smoking
  • Mileage: 160 free kilometers / day
  • 2 generator hours / day
24/7 roadside assistance
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Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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Availability and rates


There’s a 3 night minimum stay

    • Security deposit: $1,500.00 (refundable)
    • Prep fee: $150.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.

    Meet your host, Paul

    Member since 2020

    Premium RV rental in Victoria, B.C. Canada. We provide a professional and easy rental experience. Located in Victoria B.C. Canada we have a great deal to explore in this corner of the world.

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    Wayne P.

    September 20232

    Paul cook was a terribly dismissive host he was late and after showing us the RV told us we had to top up the propane and gave us $20 dollars. We asked if there was any blocking or chalks and he said no they weren’t required. He also told us to also fill up the DEF tank which again was empty. It required 4 litres. So our first day after going to Canadian Tire cost us appropriately $$100 Mind you we had the RV now for approximately 1 1/2 hours. We then proceeded on our first camping trip ever with our son and his family. We set up the first night just to sleep in it. We had no water or power. The second night we moved sites and got underway to set everything up. Lo and behold the Rv was smelling like sour gas. We immediately informed our son who told us to call Paul Cook. He told us it was probably the toilet and to pour water down it and add pucks. Our son did that. It didn’t get better. Another call was placed. He said possibly the sink was the culprit. Again our son came over. Nope not the problem. We told him we wanted to bring it back the smell was so bad. He argued and then talked to our daughter in law and told her to calm down she was being emotional. Phone was hung up. Paul later caller to ask us once again to check to see if it was the batteries. And once again our done came. The batteries cells were dry and boiling. After that Paul stated he had to go to Costco and replace them. He arrived at our site the next day with replacement batteries. We were late leaving for our next site in Parksville. He and my husband talked and agreed he would refund us 2 days. They shook hands. When we returned the Rv one day early he rushed out to take pictures we were packing our car and left him to do his thing. We still have not received any word from him He said he thought we had left. When my husband knocked on his door he informed him that he had already talked to outdoorsy and you had agreed 1 day refund was sufficient. Wow. The photos I took include a dirty Rv a vacuum cleaner still full dirty bbq and it goes on. If you want those picture I am happy to provide them

    Michael G.

    August 20235

    It was a very nice trip and everything was great. Cool RV and Paul was very helpful. Thanks a lot!

    Sandy B.

    May 20235

    We had a great trip! The RV was easy to drive, and had no surprises. Videos were very helpful, and the host was very accommodating!

    Sean T.

    September 20225

    Paul was always available to answer questions and reviewed the RV before the trip very thoroughly. RV was as advertised and great to drive!

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    Cary S.

    August 20225

    What a great way to discover Vancouver Island ! We travelled from South to West to East to North and back South again. EASY! The RV is easy to drive, easy to connect to water and electricity (we are first-timers in an RV with hook-up) and very well-equipped for preparing meals, and relaxing around the BBQ and then the propane Firepit during campfire ban.
    I would recommend max 5 people (the table bed mattresses slip and separate, making it difficult for 2 people)
    The RV is a reasonable size to drive, while being spacious enough to live in, thanks to the Slide, which doubles the free space inside.
    Paul is a very good host, and responds very fast to queries. His videos are great for preparing for the trip and save everyone time at pickup - and serve as a reference during the trip. Good idea!
    Outdoorsy is an excellent, reassuring website with reminders and checkups at each stage of booking and travelling.

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    Stephen J.

    June 20225

    Our family of 4 had a fantastic experience renting Paul's RV. The RV is well maintained, fully outfitted and easy to drive. Communication with Paul was really great and he responded quickly to my questions. He was patient and reassuring to work with for our first RV trip. Highly recommended. Thanks Paul!


    Victoria, British Columbia

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