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All towables


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.


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.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Just outside of Detroit, Michigan, you can find one of the state’s largest cities. Dearborn is considered part of the Detroit metro area. Dearborn was first established by French farmers back in the late 18th century, and it is now home to one of the country’s largest Muslim populations.

This incredibly diverse city has a fascinating history, spanning from its time as a major territory occupied by the Iroquois tribes of indigenous people to its role as a major manufacturing and industrial hub for automobiles. In fact, Dearborn was home to Henry Ford, the creator of the Ford Motor Company which essentially put both Detroit as well as the state of Michigan on the map, forever changing the world with mass-produced vehicles.

When you book an RV in Dearborn, you can spend your time in the revitalized downtown areas of Dearborn and Detroit, or you can opt to head for the rich forests, natural areas, and lakefront campgrounds of southern Michigan to enjoy the splendid scenery within driving distance. An international airport, several interstates, and a bridge to nearby Canada make Dearborn an easy-to-reach city as well as a highly versatile vacation spot.

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The Great Outdoors

Michigan never disappoints when it comes to outdoor recreation areas, and despite its cold winters, there is no place better to spend the summer in the Midwest. Before you even leave Dearborn when you rent an RV, you should definitely check out Belle Island, a unique island park in the middle of the Detroit River which separates the city from Windsor in Ontario, Canada. The park is considered to be the largest city-owned park in the country, with plenty of features to keep you occupied and engaged. There are swimming beaches, an aquarium, a nature center, conservation areas, yacht clubs, marinas, and a whole lot more on this amazing island.

Outside the metropolitan area near Monroe, William C. Sterling State Park is a fantastic choice, found on the shores of Lake Erie to the south. The park includes a 250-site campground where you can stay with your Dearborn camper rental, as well as some sandy swimming beaches, hiking trails, birdwatching areas, hiking trails, fishing lagoons, and boat launches.

To the west of town, there are four magnificent recreation areas quite close to one another that make up one of the state’s best and most utilized natural areas. Waterloo State Recreation Area and Pinckney Recreation Area are linked together through the Waterloo-Pinckney Recreation Trail which spans 36 miles of scenic wilderness. In Waterloo Recreation Area alone, there are 11 fishing lakes, several picnic sites, eight boat launches, hiking trails, swimming areas, and four campgrounds, two of which can accommodate you and your Dearborn motorhome rental when you need a place to stay. Pinckney Recreation Area, Island Lake State Recreation Area, and Brighton Recreation Area all close by, giving you vast expanses of forest and lakefront camping spots to make use of during your vacation.

RV Parks

Despite being firmly in a densely populated urban area, there are quite a few places to park the travel trailer rental near Dearborn. Camp Lord Willing RV Park is south of the city, with spacious, private campsites, laundry facilities, swimming areas, and fishing ponds.

Haas Lake Park RV Campground is a massive camping area with four different lakes, hundreds of camping sites, canoe and kayak rentals, swimming areas, and plenty of space to go fishing for a variety of different fish. There are even basketball courts, volleyball courts, and playgrounds on-site.

Wayne County Fairgrounds has its own campground too, in case you are in town during the action-packed Wayne County Fair held each year in late May and early June. Even when you aren’t in town for the fair, you can still utilize its campsites.

City Attractions

Dearborn is a lively urban center with just about everything you might want to see when you rent an RV here. It has hospitals, universities, restaurants, bars, breweries, museums, monuments, parks, and historic buildings. Many of the city’s biggest attractions revolve around the Ford Motor Company and its founder, Henry Ford. The captain of industry was born and raised in Dearborn, so his private estate and the museum dedicated to him and his accomplishments are two fascinating places to visit. The museum holds a treasure trove of artifacts not only pertaining to Ford and his life but also his collection of historic memorabilia too. In the museum, you can see the chair that President Lincoln was using when he was assassinated, as well as the limo President Kennedy was in when he was shot. Both this museum and the Automotive Hall of Fame are full of amazing antique cars, like the famous Model T Ford which was the first mass-produced car on the planet. The automotive museum has a variety of cars that have become certified classics over the years due to success and popularity.

The Greenfield Village Complex is a fun museum, known for its celebration of American inventors and pioneers of industry. There are exhibits and inventions featured on-site that pay homage to historical giants like Edison, Tesla, Bell, Ford, and the Wright brothers among others, with old artifacts and workshop spaces that were actually used by some of the inventors.

The Arab American National Museum is found in Dearborn thanks to its large Muslim population, devoted to Arab-American history with no other place like it in the country. The gorgeous architecture of the museum reflects its Middle Eastern heritage, with beautiful domes and intricate artwork adorning the walls. The museum also reflects on the accomplishments of noteworthy Arab-Americans who have contributed to American culture over the years.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Windsor Riverfront Trail, ONWindsor, ON
  • Ojibway Nature Centre Trail, ONWindsor, ON
  • Detroit Riverfront, MIDetroit, MI
  • Jaycee Park Trail, MIWestland, MI
  • Mill Trail Park, MIWayne, MI
  • Devonshire Conservation Trail, ONWindsor, ON
  • Washington Park Trail, MIWayne, MI
  • Belle Isle Park Trail, MIDetroit, MI
  • Belle Isle Lighthouse and Blue Heron Lagoon, VABelle Isle State Park, VA
  • Rotary Park Nature Preserve Loop, MILivonia, MI

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