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All towables

Trailer

Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Nestled neatly in the far corner of Kentucky lies Louisville, a charming city possessing not only a small-town feel, but also all of the amenities one might hope to find in a larger metropolis. Home to many museums, distilleries, and lush city parks, Louisville surely remains a can’t-miss travel destination for those that want to rent an RV and explore the United States. With its close proximity to both Indianapolis and Cincinnati, this great city, known for being one of the oldest west of the Appalachians, serves as a perfect jumping off point for all would-be motorhome owners and renters to explore the region. By choosing an RV rental by owner in Louisville, you can drive south and enjoy the wonderful, southern scenery and the lovely small towns that dot the countryside such as Bardstown, the first stop on the historic Bourbon Trail, or Elizabethtown which is home to the famous BBQ, Blues, and Bikes Festival held each year in May. This area is absolutely rife with exciting events and attractions, and renting an RV in Louisville is one of the top ways to see it all!

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Explore the Outdoors

The Bluegrass state is absolutely littered with exciting outdoor activities and boasts a large number of both state and national parks. Additionally, Louisville lying right on the border of twos states is quite close to Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge which happens to be the largest in Indiana, and also the Hoosier National forest which lies in the sleepy rolling hills of southern Indiana. Farther South, you can visit the breathtaking Bernheim Arboretum, a sprawling 15,625-acre forest dedicated by a German immigrant for the purposes of preserving and studying nature. It is lovely at all points throughout the year, but autumn is surely the best time to utilize its 40 miles of trails to see the leaves turn from green to vibrant shades of yellow, red, and orange, in anticipation of the wintertime.

If you are hoping to see more of the state, perhaps you can rent an RV in Louisville, Kentucky and drive a few hours south to the Daniel Boone National Forest, which will certainly satisfy your curiosity. The protected area sees more than one million visitors a year, who come to enjoy many activities such as rock climbing, boating, mountain biking, hiking, and horse riding in its 100+ designated recreation areas.

A little bit closer to Louisville, you might find Charlestown State Park, home to the old abandoned Fern Grove and Rose Island amusement parks and resorts. Another fabulous attraction is the Louisville Mega Cavern, an old limestone mine which holds the record as the largest building in all of Kentucky. Here you can zip line or utilize the amazing ropes course and mountain bike parks, all of which exist underground! Book an RV in Louisville and you’ll be able to enjoy everything nature has to offer.

City Sightseeing

Not to be outdone by the great outdoors surrounding the area, is the vibrant downtown and the city’s wonderful nightlife. The “River City” which has wonderfully maintained and efficient public transit that will enable you to park your Louisville RV rental and explore. TARC (Transit Authority of River City) serves the city with its cheap and reliable buses, and even features free transit in the downtown area to help you cover more area while you sightsee.

In the heart of the city, the Old Louisville neighborhood offers the perfect example of cultural influence, as it features one of the largest preservation districts for Victorian homes in the country. The Louisville Zoo is also a popular place for visitors, as it houses over 1,200 animals including penguins, lions, tigers, orangutans, and even pygmy hippos.

Stroll along the Ohio River in the Louisville Waterfront Park, which houses many bars, restaurants, playgrounds for children, vibrant water features, and unique art installations. Many visitors also enjoy taking a tour of the Louisville Slugger factory and museum where you can see how bats are created for Major League Baseball! Another exciting tour you can take is at the Jim Beam Distillery, just a half hour outside of the city, as this area is the world’s Bourbon capital.

Perhaps the single greatest time to visit with an RV rental in Louisville, is in early May of each year when the world-famous Kentucky Derby happens, which draws crowds from all over. It is truly a lovely time to visit as the spring is just beginning and the festivities kick off a vibrant and fun-filled summer season.

RV Parks to Visit

There is no telling just how many parks there are around, ensuring that you can rent a motorhome in Louisville and travel like royalty while sightseeing in the Bluegrass State. Perhaps one of the biggest draws in all of Kentucky is the Mammoth Cave National Park, which houses the Mammoth Cave, the longest known cave system in the entire world. Just outside the park is Singing Hills RV Park, a perfect getaway to rest while you go spelunking!

You, of course, can’t go wrong with the tried and true Louisville South KOA campground which offers a large pool, mini golf course, mini cave, and giant inflatable movie screen.  Another fine option is Louisville North Campground, located just over the bridge in Indiana. This campground is an ideal place to park your rental motorhome as it is the closest to the downtown area itself. It even has its own pool and happens to be located next to a waterpark!

If you are in town to be a part of the yearly Kentucky Derby, Derby Park Expo Five is probably your best bet as it is right around the corner from Churchill Downs, the famous racetrack that houses the prestigious annual horse race. This amazing park is perfect for those that want to join in on the party and meet other fine folks traveling in or renting motorhomes in Louisville!

Whichever park you choose and whatever activities you select, you are sure to have an incredible time in this amazing city. Start your search for an RV in Louisville and get ready for your next adventure!

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Loop Island Trail, INNew Albany, IN
  • Cherokee Park Trail, KYLouisville, KY
  • Seneca Loop Trail, KYLouisville, KY
  • Joe Creason Park (Beargrass Creek Nature Preserve) , KYLouisville, KY
  • Iroquois Park Overlook , INTom Wallace Recreation Area, IN
  • Mount Saint Francis Loop Trail, INFloyds Knobs, IN
  • Harrod's Creek Trail, KYProspect, KY
  • Goose Creek Nature Trail, EP Sawyer State Park, KYLouisville, KY
  • Coral Ridge Loop, INJefferson County Memorial Forest, IN
  • Yost Ridge Trail, INTom Wallace Recreation Area, IN

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