With Fox renting to 19 year olds and up…summer road trips just got easier for the college student. Here are a few ideas on how to make the most of your next trip on the open road…
The ultimate college summer adventure is the road trip. A staple each and every student should experience at least once is best enjoyed with the stress and headache of finals behind and the open road ahead. Whether it is flying into a new city and renting a car for a road trip or simply renting a car from your home town or city and taking to road…road trips are a time for growth. Fox currently renting to 19 year olds and up offers new cars and reliable service to get your next road trip underway. Scenic drives up HWY 1 in California or throughout the beaches of southern Florida’s A1A a trip is just a click away. Certain websites like Roadtripamerica.com can even outline a trip for you and your friends, with places to eat, sleep and refuel.
Tired of dorm life and need a little R&R in the great outdoors? Try your hand at camping this summer. Getting to a campsite and setting up camp is half the fun when it comes to camping. Renting an SUV or specialty Jeep from Fox is fun and affordable to 19 year olds and up across the US. Make it a group outing…certain camp sites allows group reservations. The possibilities are endless. Pick a site close to civilization or rough it out in the wild, it’s all up to you. Turn off your phone and computer for a few days and connect with the great outdoors!
Festivals, Friends and Adventure…
Festivals are a great thing to look out for city to city. They are often free and provide great entertainment for the road trip group. Just recently in San Diego, CA there was the Ocean Beach Fair, a relaxing and eventful way to kick off summer. Simple online searches to find events happing in the city you are planning on visiting can prove fruitful. A secret to these events…find the locals! They often know what’s off the beaten path and has a bit more bang for your buck while on the road.
Share your thoughts on summer travel for the College traveler this summer below…what is a hidden spot or gem in your city that would be great to share? Any exciting new festivals or events we should know about?