Renting an RV near Omaha, NE
There are over 39 RV rentals available from 2 local RV pro businesses and 30 private RV owners. Reserve an RV for as little as $79.00/night up to $350.00/night for higher end RV rentals. The average RV rental price in Omaha, NE is $158.36/night. Renting an RV on Outdoorsy is simple and easy to get started!
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Information About Omaha, NE
Situated at the confluence of the Missouri and Platte Rivers, Omaha is an often-overlooked tourist destination. Due to its location in the Midwest and relatively low number of tourists, prices are much lower here than at more popular locales. This makes renting an RV in Omaha, NE, the perfect vacation opportunity, one that won’t break the bank but is sure to provide many wonderful memories.
Information about Omaha, NE
Omaha is about an hour’s drive from the state capital of Lincoln and about seven hours from Chicago. It sits along a busy transportation corridor connecting larger Midwestern cities and the West coast, and is also on the banks of one of the country’s most important rivers - the Missouri. Cross the river and you’ll be in the state of Iowa and in Omaha’s twin city, Council Bluffs.
The area’s public transportation network is relatively small, consisting of about two dozen bus routes in Omaha and Council Bluffs combined. Fortunately, your RV rental should have no trouble navigating Omaha’s scant traffic and wide streets.
Renting an RV in Omaha is a great option because, if for no other reason, you’ll have a multitude of RV parks to choose from. Many of them are quite close to town, and all have electrical and water hookups available. Haworth Park is probably one of the best bets, as it’s just 12 miles south of town, near the Missouri River. It’s about four miles from the nearest Walmart and truck stop, though, so consider stocking up on all your provisions before you get there. There’s also Tomes Country Club Acres RV Park next to Lake Manawa, just fifteen minutes to the east of Omaha in Council Bluffs. A Walmart and the Metro Crossing Shopping Center, which includes dozens of name brand stores, are both only a couple of miles away.
If you don’t mind staying a little farther from town, Merritt Beach RV Park is twenty minutes from downtown and just a short walk from the Platte River. Additionally, a half-hour southeast of the city is the Walnut Creek Recreation Area, which has 44 RV spaces, an off-leash dog park, miles of trails, and views of the beautiful Walnut Creek Lake. There’s also the West Omaha/Northeast Lincoln KOA Campground, 25 minutes from town and halfway between Omaha and Lincoln. It’s a bit more expensive, but the facilities are very modern, and it’s just a few minutes from a truck stop on Interstate 80.
Exploring the City
If Omaha isn’t on your bucket list right now, that just means you haven’t looked at it closely enough. This medium-sized Midwestern town has more going on than you might expect, most likely due to the presence of 15,000 students at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. The first place you’ll want to check out is the Old Market district, an area popular for its cobblestone sidewalks, boutique shops, independent coffee shops, and delicious restaurants. Festivals and farmers markets also take place here during the summer.
The popular Joslyn Art Museum is also located in the Old Market area and features some great pieces of 19th-and 20th-century European and American Art, even an original Monet. Admission is free too, so it’s perfect for the traveler on a budget.
Just a few miles south of the Old Market area is the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, which has over 950 species of animals and hosts the largest nocturnal creature show in the world.
If you book an RV in Omaha during June, you won’t want to miss the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park. The NCAA baseball championship competition is held in Omaha every year and features 64 teams from around the country.
A road trip through the Midwest wouldn’t be complete without visiting some unusual attractions, and that means one of Omaha’s must-sees is Durham Museum, a hodgepodge of exhibits featuring important moments in American history. If you’ve ever played the early computer game, Oregon Trail, you’ll love the museum’s American Adventure exhibit, which lets visitors role-play American colonists in Jamestown and face the same challenges of hunger, disease (someone in your party will undoubtedly get dysentery), and struggling to adapt to a new country. The museum is a great place for kids to learn some history while having a fun time, too.
Like a few other states in the Midwest, Nebraska has a reputation for being nothing but cornfields. Fortunately, that stereotype is misplaced, and there are plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. The most popular spot in Omaha is Chalco Hills Recreation Area, 12 miles west of the downtown area. The park has seven miles of trails for running, biking, or just strolling along, as well as several covered picnic areas if you’d like to have an al-fresco lunch. If you’re keen to do some fishing, Wehrspann Lake is the centerpiece of the park and is regularly stocked with walleye, bass, and catfish. Just be sure to pick up a fishing license at one of the nearby sporting goods stores first.
Golf fans will be pleased to find that there are almost two dozen courses in the Omaha area; Indian Creek is one of the best and has hosted a few PGA events recently. Or if you’re more into watersports, check out kayak, canoe or paddleboard tours in the waterways around Omaha, including breathtaking sunrise and sunset options.
RV Rentals in Omaha, NE
Omaha, NE is the perfect spot to start your next road trip. With 39 RVs for rent, travelers can find a motorhome rental to match their budget and rental needs. In Omaha renters can choose from a selection of drivable RVs including 6 Class A, 3 Class C, and 1 Camper Van. For towable options, renters can bring their own vehicle or rent a tow vehicle and can choose from 21 travel trailers, 1 folding trailer, 6 fifth wheels, and 1 toy hauler.
There are many popular rentals in Omaha with the average rental having a rating of 4.94. The highest rated RV rentals are 2017 Starcraft Satalite, Sammy Surveyor, Family Friendly RV with bunkhouse and room to sleep 9-11, 2014 Skyline Nomad, and 2015 Forest River Wildwood X-Lite. Outdoorsy's Omaha RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner. Omaha's most popular RV rental agencies are Happy Camper RV Rentals. There are 3 instantly bookable RVs in Omaha that renters can book at a moments notice.
RV Rental Prices and Availability in Omaha
Outdoorsy data shows the average RV rental prices for the next six months in Omaha is $158.36 with 34 of the inventory already booked. For drivable RVs the average price is $240.80 and $129.93 for trailer rentals. The least expensive week of the year to book is September 5 - September 11 with the most expensive being May 24 - May 30. The most popular month for renting an RV in Omaha is July with the least popular being January.
Popular RV Rental Amenities in Omaha
Using the search filters renters can find a motorhome, camper van or trailer to rent using the criteria from 50+ filters. In the most popular RV rental amenities are: 38 stoves, 38 refrigerators, 38 microwaves, 38 kitchen sinks, and 38 heaters. For those looking to cook, 33 have ovens, 38 have refrigerators, 38 have microwaves, and 38 have stoves. For those needing some entertainment in their RV, 33 have TVs, 37 have radios, and 34 have CD Players. For those who love to travel with their pets, there are 20 pet friendly RV rentals in Omaha.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Omaha are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, White Alloe Creek Conservation Area, Pipestone National Monument, De Soto National Wildlife Refuge, William Landahl Park, and Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge.
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