Welcome to Access RV
Access RV is a full service RV dealership located in Utah, Salt Lake. We Offer the largest selection of Truck Campers, Fifth Wheels and Travel Trailers, Motorhomes, Tear Drop and Lightweight Trailers at unbeatable prices.
Access RV started in 1995 in North Salt Lake as an RV rental business in North Salt Lake, Utah. By 2000, Access RV operated one of the largest rental fleets in Utah and made the decision to expand into a full service RV dealership. In 2002, Access RV was recognized as a USA Five Star Rental Dealer.
In 2005, Access RV was invited to become Utah's only Route 66 RV Network Dealer. Route 66 RV Network is now Americas largest RV dealer network. In 2010, Access RV moved to it's new larger dealership on State Street in Salt Lake City, Utah.
At each step of the way Access RV was able to grow to the next level by being easy to do business and by taking care of our customers. For none of these accomplishments could be achieved without the trust and loyalty of our customers. We are grateful for that trust.
What is Route 66 Dealer Network?
Route 66 RV Network is Americas largest RV dealer network. Every new or used RV purchased from a ROUTE 66 RV Network dealer comes with our exclusive Customer Care Promises at no charge. Enjoy the peace of mind knowing that there are over 150 RV dealerships across North America ready and willing to meet your service needs.
You can rest assured that you’ll not only experience the same quality service and preferential treatment that you’ve come to expect from your home ROUTE 66 dealer, but you’ll also be treated with integrity and respect.
When you shop with a ROUTE 66 dealer, you know what to expect. In fact, ROUTE 66 member dealers are handpicked by their peers based on their reputation for Integrity, Customer Service and After-Sale Support. Only the finest dealers in the U.S. and Canada are invited to join ROUTE 66 and their commitment to serving customers and creating a great RV experience is how they retain their membership.
WHAT TYPE OF RV IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Also referred to as pickup campers or slide-in campers, but not designed to be towable. A slide-in camper is loaded onto, or affixed to, the chassis of a pickup truck. Many have kitchen and bathroom facilities plus many of the amenities found on more expensive RV’s. Because truck campers can be loaded and unloaded with relative ease, they are popular among weekend RV-ers that want the use of their truck as well.
A travel trailer, camper trailer or caravan is towed behind a road vehicle to provide a place to sleep which is more comfortable and protected than a tent.It provides the means for people to have their own home on a journey or a vacation, without relying on a motel or hotel, and enables them to stay in places where none is available. Other terms used for travel trailer: Conventional trailer. Bumper pull trailer.
A 'fifth-wheel' is a travel trailer supported by a hitch in the center of the bed of a pickup truck instead of a hitch at the back of a vehicle. A fifth wheel trailer tows more securely than a traditional travel trailer because the hitch weight sits directly over the pickup truck's rear tires. Additionally, the hitch's location in the pickup's bed reduces the risk of jackknifing and allows for more maneuverability when backing.
The term toy hauler is applied to both travel trailers and fifth wheels, and it describes an RV designed to carry toys—small cars, dune buggies, four wheelers, motorcycles, etc. Distinguishing features of a toy hauler is the large door in the back which opens down to create a ramp, dedicated garage area or fold-away furniture in the main living compartment, and often a third axle to support the heavy toys.
Lightweight & Teardrops
A teardrop trailer, also known as a teardrop camper trailer, is a streamlined, compact, lightweight travel trailer, which gets its name from its teardrop profile. There is room inside a teardrop trailer for two people to sleep, as well as storage for clothes and other items. Outside, in the rear under a hatch, there is usually a galley for cooking. Teardrop trailers tend to have lighting and other electrical power supplied by a storage battery, although some have mains power hookups like regular travel trailers.
A motorhome is a type of self-propelled recreational vehicle or RV which offers living accommodation combined with a vehicle engine. Class A motorhomes are built on a vehicle chasis and typically the most luxurious of RVs available. Class A's a known for their home-like amenities, spacious interior and overall large size. Class C Motorhomes are similar to Class A's, but usually smaller in size. Still spacious on the inside, yet more manageable to drive on the road, these are a great alternative to the larger Class A's.