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Search for an RV in Eagle and it will take you to a beautiful, family-oriented community just a short drive from the big city of Boise. You’ll also be fairly close to Nampa. Sun Valley and Twin Falls are a bit further, but with an RV rental in Eagle, ID, it won’t be too far to drive and you’ll enjoy the adventure.

Eagle’s temperate climate means that there are public parks and other outdoor activities galore. This is truly a sports person’s paradise, so whether you are an avid athlete or somewhat more sedentary to start with, you’ll find something to suit you.

Olde Town Eagle has plenty of historical and cultural attractions, and the area also has shopping, dining, coffee shops, performing arts venues, and other attractions to appeal to families, couples, singles, and other groups who choose to travel together.

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The Great Outdoors

An RV rental near Eagle opens up the doors to some of the most attractive and accessible green space in the country. If you want to enjoy the great outdoors for most of the year, this is the place to visit. With a travel trailer rental in Eagle, you will also be able to visit a number of public and commercial hot springs, explore ziplining, try out stand-up paddleboarding and other river sports, and make your way down hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Golfing and skiing are other adventures available to you and the camper rental in Eagle.

City-operated parks include the Arboretum Park, the Ada/Eagle Sports Complex, the Friendship Park and Tennis Court, the Heritage Park and Gazebo, Orval Krasen Park, Reid W. Merrill Sr. Community Park, and Stephen C. Guerber Park. The Arboretum Park features 37 varieties of trees and a wide variety of other plantings. Heritage Park includes a ground-level water feature that is ideal for children in the summertime. Reid W. Merrill Sr. Community Park boasts wetland/riparian areas as well as a pond, playground, and splash pad. Stephen C. Guerber Park also offers a playground, splash pad, and picnic shelters. The Ada/Eagle Sports Complex is the pride of the park system, however. Visitors can enjoy a 12,500 square foot skateboard park, basketball hoops, bike trails, and a BMX course. When you rent an RV in Eagle, you will have access to all these and more, as well as the Eagle Island State Park.

RV Parks

You can take the Eagle RV rental by owner to the Hi Valley RV Park nearby, which offers 192 full-service sites with patios, paved streets, WiFi and phone service, a pool and hot tub in season, showers and restrooms, a laundry room, an exercise room, a recreation hall, and a lending library. The park also organizes coffee and donut socials, potlucks, card games, and other get-togethers so that visitors can make friends and mingle. There is an off-leash pet park for your furry family members.

The Boise Riverside RV Park is also an option for the Eagle motorhome rental. As the name implies, this park offers river access as well as greenbelt access. You’ll also enjoy WiFi, water and sewer service, clean restrooms and showers, a picnic area and a large common area, and propane on site. Bicycle rentals are available so you can take advantage of the area’s many trails or explore on your own.

Check out Country Corners RV Park for the Eagle travel trailer rental. All sites are level, pull-through sites with electrical, water, sewer, and WiFi. The park offers clean, private restrooms and showers, a laundromat, a book exchange, a large dog run, fire pits, and a seasonal community garden. This is a friendly, family- and community-oriented park and campground that welcomes travelers.

Exploring the City

Whether you’re in the rental motorhome in Eagle with family, friends, colleagues, or just your own wonderful company, there’s plenty to see and do to keep yourself busy. The Eagle Saturday Market features live music, arts and crafts, local produce, herbs and flowers, woodwork, local specialty food items, and freshly prepared food. The Market’s special events throughout the year include Eagle Fun Days, the Harvest Fest, Eagle Country Christmas, and the Gazebo Concert Series.

The Eagle Historical Museum is definitely worth a visit and other museums in the area include the Idaho Botanical Gardens, the Discovery Center of Idaho, the Warhawk Air Museum, the World Center for Birds of Prey, and Old Idaho Penitentiary. You can view, make, and buy art at a number of studios and galleries.

Eagle boasts the nation’s first restaurant and distillery in Bardenay and you can still buy high-end handcrafted liquor there. Woodriver Cellars offers wine tastings, tours, live music, and delicious dinners. Other restaurants that you might want to visit with the RV rental near Eagle range from casual home cooking to coffeehouses to fine dining.

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