The New Year is here and with that comes a new chance for you to set off on RVing adventures. Whether you’re a first-time RVer or have hit the road many times — we’ve got the rigs for rent that’ll help you plan some fun in 2023.
We know this because we dug into our numbers and found our top rigs that folks are loving in each region. We’re talking campervans, travel trailers, and more to help you hit your adventuring resolutions this year.
Our rankings are based on the number of 5-star reviews these campers received. Let’s jump right into what we found so you can rent some of our favorite rigs.
Central Region: Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Michigan
The Midwest is a majorly underrated RVing destination that’s also one of the most affordable and interesting places to roll in a rig. Whether you shoot for the Great Lakes, Texas Hill Country, or anywhere in between, you’re bound to find adventure in the central United States.
These are our favorite RV rentals in this zone:
- Amelia Bedelia Winnebago Campervan (Tennessee) — Renters love this rig because it’s easy to drive, spacious, and fuel-efficient. Folks also have high praise for the customer service offered by Amelia’s owner. This campervan is the perfect fit for a family vacay, long road trip, or anything in between.
- NuCamp T@B Teardrop (Michigan) — T@B teardrops are wildly popular because they can be towed by just about any vehicle that’s not a compact (always check your car’s owner’s manual to be sure what you can/can’t tow). This particular teardrop is managed by an uber-friendly owner who’ll direct you to magnificent sites in his area — such as Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, The Great Lakes, and more.
- Fun-sized teardrop camper (Texas) — Teardrops hit our lists a bunch because they’re easy to tow and pack a serious punch for their size. This rig — hosted by Dion in Austin, TX — features a spacious outdoor kitchen, cozy bed, and proximity to several epic road trips.
- The Anywheremobile Class C (Texas) — Class Cs are usually easy to drive relative to their size and pack a serious amenity punch. This rig gets high marks for all the gear that’s provided like electric blankets, cutlery, and s’more sticks. David is your host for this rig and he serves up a healthy dose of kindness and service to all who rent from him.
- 2020 Keystone Outback Travel Trailer (Tennessee) — This spacious RV is a popular choice for delivery, setup, and pickup vacations in East Tennessee. Renters loved the fact that it’s well-stocked, features three slide-outs, and packs plenty of room for up to 5 people.
Guests especially dig the exterior lights on the RV that make for fun campfires and patio hangouts in the evenings.
Southeast Coast: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina
If you want southern hospitality with some beach flair, this is the region for you. Here are some of our favorite rigs in these states:
- Free Setup at Disney Fort Wilderness 2018 Jayco Jay Flight (Florida) — Imagine being able to hit Disney for $125/night plus campground fees. That’s what this rig has to offer. It also comes fully stocked and features holiday decorations depending on the season.
Charles is your friendly host for this rig and he offers delivery+setup to campgrounds around Disney or you can take the rig out on another adventure of your choosing. Charles is even known to offer renters a few extras such as customized t-shirts and a golf cart for use.
- 2016 Jayco Jay Flight (Florida) — This amenity-packed rig weighs in at just 2,600 pounds, making it towable by a wide variety of SUVs and small trucks. Renters of this rig find its host, Jeff, to be super friendly and accommodating. The rig itself is very economical overall and punches well above its weight by offering a full bathroom, kitchen, and ample spelling space.
Renters enjoy local areas like Panama City Beach along with extended road trips because this Jayco is so easy to tow.
- 2019 Highland Ridge Open Range With Bunkbeds For Kiddos (Florida) — Larry and Liz are your hosts with the most for this spacious rig that can be delivered and set up within two hours of Tampa. The camper is stacked with supplies for the whole family and features a bunkhouse set up at the back for a fun sleeping nook.
Past renters have enjoyed getting this rig delivered near Orlando or towing it to other natural spots.
- Tiny Adventures 2019 Thor Freedom Elite (North Carolina) — This pet-friendly rig is an easy-to-drive Class C that’s hosted by a couple known to go above and beyond. The RV can sleep up to 6 people and includes a portable grill for outdoor BBQing.
- 2018 Heartland Mallard (Florida) — This lightweight yet spacious camper is perfect if you’d like to rent near Jacksonville and already have a midsize or bigger vehicle to pull it with.
Renters have found this rig to be clean, stocked with essentials, and appointed with all the amenities one could ask for.
Mountain West: Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, New Mexico
This region features some of the best opportunities for camping on public lands and within national parks. Check out the chariots we have on tap there:
- 2014 Thor Motor Coach Chateau Citation (New Mexico) — This Mercedes Class C is spacious yet drives like a car. It’s a diesel, so it gets relatively awesome gas mileage for a rig of its size (15 MPG).
One of the best features of this RV is that it measures just 25 feet in length. That means it’ll fit in the tight campsites at national parks like Great Sand Dunes, White Sands, and Mesa Verde.
- 2016 Dodge Pro Master Campervan (Utah) — Few things beat a campervan for epic outdoor adventures. This popular Pro Master conversion features a splendid little kitchenette, a cozy bed, and ample adventuring capabilities.
Renters frequently note how this campervan is well-equipped for things like mountain biking and hiking through national parks.
- 2019 Forest River R-Pod (Colorado) — The R-Pod is an ultra-lightweight travel trailer that’s still packed with features like an outdoor stove and shower. It can be easily towed by mid-size SUVs and small trucks.
Renters dig the fact that this particular R-Pod can sleep up to four people and can even be used for boondocking.
- 2019 Winnebago Mercedes Sprinter (Utah) — Winnebago Revels like this one are 4×4 monsters that’ll get you anywhere you want to go in comfort and style. This particular rig is popular for its extra amenities like a national park pass and a bike rack.
This campervan also packs enough solar power for two people on a long haul.
- 2015 Jayco Jay Flight SLX Baja Edition (Utah) — Baja Edition means this trailer comes with extra ground clearance so you can reach areas like national forests and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands with relative ease.
Renters dig this rig because it can fit four comfortably, is well within the range of the most popular national parks, and features bunk beds for the kids.
This Canadian province is one of our top regions for people renting RVs. That’s probably because renting here opens the door to some of the world’s best natural and urban oases.
- Comfortable Camping Catered to You — This 32-foot travel trailer is one of the most amenity and space-packed rigs you can find. You’ll need a full-size truck or SUV if you plan to pull it. Otherwise, you can sync with Paul and Sandra (your hosts) to have this rig delivered and set up at your spot of choice.
Renters love the fact that this travel trailer sleeps up to ten and features an outdoor kitchen.
- 2016 Little Guy 5×8 TAG — T@G is an uber-popular micro-camper because it’s easy to tow, can get into tight spaces, and packs a serious amenity punch. This particular rig is popular for its outdoor kitchen and comfy sleeping quarters.
Renters gave this rig high marks for how easy it is to set up and its close proximity to Great Lakes Huron, Ontario, and Erie.
- 2018 Starcraft Autumn Ridge — This travel trailer has a unique feature that allows you to expand a bed out the back with a soft shell pop-out. That means you can sleep with natural breezes anywhere you choose to camp.
And folks renting this rig choose to camp in many wonderful Canadian locales thanks to its spacious interior, outdoor BBQ grill, and optional generator.
- 2019 Forest River Rockwood Mini Lite — The coolest thing about this trailer is that it packs larger-camper amenities in a 25-foot-long package. That’s the going length for national park campsites, so you’ll be able to get almost anywhere while still benefiting from some sweet amenities.
Renters mention extras like walkie-talkies, storage space, and more that make for a wonderful camping experience with this rig.
West Coast: California, Arizona, Oregon, Washington
The West Coast and the Pacific Northwest (PNW) pack some seriously awesome natural wonders into one region. That’s probably why many of our most popular rigs in the whole country are housed here. Here are the favs:
- 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter – The Sand Shark – Adventure Wagon (California) — This campervan rental is based in San Diego, giving you easy access to some of the best beaches, skiing, and adventuring that California has to offer.
This is a true adventure van in the sense that it provides space for gear and sleeping only. But that seems to be a perfect fit for the 80+ renters who’ve rewarded this rig with 5-star reviews.
- The 2018 PNW Weekender – a Coast Vans Experience — Campervans like this one are awesome because they provide a warm, cozy, and dry place to sleep, all while still fitting into a normal parking spot.
Renters of this rig mention its warm insulation and functional indoor kitchen as two terrific features for cooler PNW (Pacific Northwest) nights.
- 2018 Jayco Jay Feather (Arizona) — This is a hybrid trailer meaning it combines some of the best features of a travel trailer with the ease of a pop-up. The front and back offer soft shell pop-outs allowing you to immerse yourself in outdoor breezes from inside the rig.
Renters found this camper to be the perfect size for a family of four and visited nearby spots like Flagstaff, Tahoe, and Pinetop — to name a few.
- Arcadia – Arizona Camper Van — This campervan is one of the raddest we’ve ever seen. It even features an indoor shower, kitchen area, and an uber comfy + spacious bed. All of these things can be hard to come by in campervans, but Arcadia packs it all in one super fun package.
Renters praised how easy it was to drive and how many spots they could reach from its Phoenix base.
- Roadtrek Simplicity 19-foot Promaster (like Sprinter) (Oregon) — Roadtrek is a legendary brand that’s been building campervans since before campervans were ‘rad’. This one packs an ample kitchen, spacious sleeping quarters, and full bathroom in a nimble package.
Renters especially love taking this van on trips along the Oregon coast and to Mount Hood.
What better way to usher in the new year than by planning a camping trip in a rig like some of our favorites listed above? It doesn’t matter whether you’re a first-time RVer or someone who’s done it a bunch — the RV owners on our platform are splendid people who’ll help get you out in the rig that best fits you.
We’ve got something for everyone in every region. Check out the stuff above and start your RV hunt right now.