Looking for a comfortable upgrade to your standard tent camping and more adventurous than an all-inclusive resort? Renting a lavish RV just might be your perfect match. You’ll ride in the lap of luxury when your rig is chock full of thoughtful items like a full-size refrigerator, hammocks, HDTVs, plush bedding, and automatic awnings. Add in the freedom of the open road and your adventure buddies for the ultimate road trip experience. We’ve scoured our rental marketplace to bring you our most luxurious RV rentals in every category.
Remi, a 37-foot Thor Motor Coach, comes vacation ready
Redding, PA / $295 per night
This 8-berth RV comes chock full of luxury camping items like a hairdryer, rice maker, and wine glasses. Plus you can add on a BBQ gas grill party package, including disposable plates and cutlery, as the perfect addition to your tailgating party or Fourth of July celebration.
Renter rave: “They thought of everything from gifting us donuts on arrival to Keurig pods for the machine. Remi really does come fully loaded and with every comfort of home as well as lots of luxuries and more.” – Courtney
Bobby, a 2017 luxury RV for your California vacation
San Francisco, CA / $230 per night
Dreaming of a California vacation? At 38-feet, Bobby sleeps eight people, has two full baths, and allows small dogs. Plus, with five TVs (including one outside) everyone can watch their favorite show. Need a smaller ride to get around? You can even rent an electric scooter along with Bobby.
Renter rave: “Great experience…great tips and we had a wonderful time vacationing with (the) RV.” – Davinder
Coach combines 24-feet of eco-friendly and high-end features
Austin, TX / $225 per night
This 2017 Mercedes Coachmen Galleria runs on a turbo-diesel engine giving you great fuel economy with 200 horsepower. Amenities include a 100-watt, dual-charge solar panel, soft close drawers/doors and a backup camera. Bonus perk: each renter receives one free Outdoorsy t-shirt from our store!
Renter rave: “Amazing! LOVED this RV. An awesome first RV experience. Not only was it easy to drive, but the amenities never ended! Chairs, BBQ, awesome kitchen, this thing rocked!” – Michael
Obsidian has plenty of storage for your toys and a national park pass
Portland, OR / $240 per night
This class-B campervan feels like a log cabin inside, but with an upgraded sound system and mood lighting. Peel yourself out of the comfy bed to make breakfast in the full-size kitchen before your day of adventure. A bike rack is included with the rental so you can bring up to six bikes.
Renter rave: “Great trip. I’d give Obsidian a 5. Safe to operate, felt safe, very comfortable. Best part(s): Ease and Comfort.” – Larry
Escondido, CA / $175 per night
Calling all chefs! If you’re looking for a gourmet kitchen on the road, look no further than this 32-foot, 2018 Forest River Sunseeker. Chefs will appreciate the ample counter space along with the three-burner stovetop and a large oven. Fellow campers can enjoy happy hour nearby (there’s even an ice maker). Crawl into the comfy, queen-size bed with a full belly; there is a bedroom door and plenty of storage space too!
Renter rave: “The RV was absolutely perfect. Spacious, with ample storage and fabulous amenities… If I could give ten stars I would, and will definitely be planning our next RV trip when this one is available!” – Nina
Yardley, PA / $240 per night
Pick-up this 32-foot Jayco Greyhawk and head out on a Northeast road trip. It features 80-square feet of living space, HDTV with surround sound and two partitions for added privacy. The power awning and gas grill makes the perfect addition to a lake-view or beachside campsite.
Renter rave: “…a great RV with very easy to follow checklists and instructions for the newer RV driver. A ton of room with two slide outs, full fridge, great oven and stove. We used the TV and outdoor speakers for entertaining. Plenty of room for our whole family plus some guests that stopped by!” – Robert
The PNW Weekender is custom-built for adventurers
Burien, WA / $180 per night
Grab your adventure partner and head out in this 2018 Ram Promaster camper van. Its custom-built features include a Bluetooth system, back-up camera, cedar siding, plenty of LED lights and front and rear USB chargers. The rental also includes hammocks, hiking poles, a bike rack, and the option to rent stand-up paddleboards so you can maximize your time in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Renter rave: “…thoughtfully designed and plenty spacious for 2 people. Bed is very comfortable. Tons of storage. Fully stocked with all the essentials… Luxuries like dimmable LED lights and USB charging ports were awesome. We were warm and dry on a rainy NW weekend in the woods.” – Brendan
Denver, CO / $165 per night
This 16-foot, all-wheel-drive Chevy Provan will get you over snowy mountain passes and through the woods on your Rocky Mountain road trip. The pop-top gives you extra headroom, and the compact size fits into any parking space. And after a sweaty day playing in the mountains, you can rinse off in the indoor shower.
Renter rave: “Toni is an amazing vehicle, she’s SUPER comfy and rides really well even up to the mountains.” – Annabel
A rugged Wrangler with a plush rooftop tent
Pleasant Hill, CA / $148 per night
This 2016 Jeep Wrangler and rooftop tent comfortably sleeps two adults. Whether you want to hit the sand, mountains or forests, you can drive (and sleep) confidently in this 4WD ride. The spacious tent is easy to set up and includes a high-density foam mattress; a travel sink, solar shower, and a S’mores kit are included in the rental too.
Renter rave: “If you’re looking for an awesome adventure vehicle where you feel big and bad on the road, where you feel confident to take on every surface, where you feel comfortable getting a little dusty then this is the perfect car for you.” – Ashlyn
Koloa, HI / $150 per night
Looking for freedom and flexibility on your Kauai vacation? This recreational ride is perfect for spontaneous nights on the island. The rooftop tent has a new, comfy mattress and is a perfect stargazing platform for two. Plus a fire pit, hammocks, and beach chairs are included with the rental – just head for the sand!
Renter rave: “The twinkle lights and fire pit made for awesome ambiance on the beach. The tent felt like home with a soft mattress and cozy sheets and blankets. We had everything we could have wanted for camping and could go anywhere – beach or mountains.” – Caleb
Missoula, MT / $129 per night
There’s room for eight in this 31-foot Jayco travel trailer in Montana, and it’s pet-friendly too! Bring the whole family on a classic lakeside camping trip or a visit to Glacier National Park. You’ll appreciate the air conditioning in the hot summer months. Once the sun goes down, enjoy the board games and marshmallow sticks.
Renter rave: “Epic girls trip in this beauty! Great setup for 4 women who needed a fun night away with no kids, no husbands, no responsibilities. Everything was great, mechanical wise, stocked with all the stuff you would need for a night away.” – Christy
Reedsburg, WI / $140 per night
If you want to test out RV life but don’t want to mess with towing, these RV owners will tow their Heartland Wilderness Trailer to the campsite of your choice. They’ve added a queen-size Sealy Posturepedic mattress for extra comfort, and there’s a fully stocked kitchen for your cooking needs.
Renter rave: “The RV was fantastic, exactly what we were looking for. It was clean, in mint condition, and rode very smooth. It was perfect for our weekend away.” – Nate
Arvada, CO / $140 per night
This rugged, 15-foot trailer can be pulled down washboard roads but has added comforts you’ll want while you’re off the grid. The rooftop solar panels to provide electricity – the battery charges while you drive. The interior has a queen-size, memory foam mattress, cabinets for storage, and a furnace to keep you warm. Plus there’s a galley kitchen with a refrigerator, sink and propane stove.
Renter rave: “The trailer made camping comfortable and fun. We stayed dry when it was raining. We stayed warm when it was cold. Cooking outside was enjoyable. The bed was comfortable and clean. The eating utensils were useful, and the drinking mugs had funny stickers.” – Philip
Denver, CO / $100 per night
This 2017 T@G trailer is small but mighty. At just 14-feet, it’s easy to tow and comfortably sleeps two. There’s a compact kitchen with everything you need for meal prep – including a sink. The stargazing window is perfectly located above the bed. And don’t leave the toys behind, there are crossbars for rack attachments.
Renter rave: “The teardrop was light as a feather, kitchen to boot, plenty of room to rest with a book, and a restful sleep.” – Amy
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