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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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Discover Eugene


The “Emerald City” of Eugene, OR is where Lane Community College and the University of Oregon call home. The city is well known for its natural splendor and endless list of outdoor recreation. With a slogan such as “a great city for the arts and outdoors”, you know you won’t be disappointed when you choose to rent an RV in Eugene.

Why go mobile? Well, come on, don’t you want to really enjoy all that Oregon has to offer? With beautiful forests in any direction, a long line of coast, and the city of Portland less than two hours north, this is a prime location to rent an RV, travel trailer or camper.

Explore Around You

Since Eugene sits on the Willamette River, we’ll start with the Willamette National Forest. This astounding forest is over 1.5 million acres and provides an ample variety of day hiking and backpacking opportunities, trails for mountain biking, boating, and swimming. The whole while, you’re surrounded by breathtaking landscape.

High mountains, waterfalls, fields of wildflowers, narrow canyons, wooded slopes and much more await the outdoor enthusiast. Move to where you feel most inspired with your RV rental in Eugene; that’s the beauty of it!

Many enjoy dispersed camping here, but feel free to seek out the more developed campgrounds. Some may not permit your Eugene rental RV or trailer, so it’s best to check with the local Ranger Station before setting out for your trip. There are no hookups at these locations either, so come prepared.

To the west of Eugene, and heading toward the coast, is the Siuslaw National Forest. Lush forests extend to mountains, to Oregon Dunes, and to the Pacific’s beaches. There is so much to do here. Again, many here enjoy the dispersed camping life, so, go on and park anywhere! If staying in a campground makes you feel more comfortable, there are many around the area from which to choose. Hookups aren’t provided at all locations that accept RVs and trailers, however, there are a few that have electricity. No dump stations are on site, though. Here, it’s wise to come prepared. However, if something comes up, or you change your mind as to where you want to stay, there are many other places to go, and an abundance of gas stations and other amenity stores nearby, where you can stock up the Eugene camper rental with supplies.

A good distance from our start at Eugene, OR is Mt. Hood National Forest. This forest is a three or four-hour drive from Eugene, depending on which way you go, and it is so worth the trip. Name a recreational activity you love, and you’ll likely be doing it here.

Hiking, climbing, boating, rafting, backpacking, horseback riding, skiing, and fishing are all good ways to start your list. While you’re out exploring, enjoy the dispersed camping life! As always, though, come prepared.

There are over 25 more developed sites that accept RVs and trailers. Contact the local Ranger Station to get more details on what is available. Then, when the call of the wild is done singing in your ears, make your way east with the Eugene rental RV to see what Portland has in store!

The city of Portland is where “you can.” Well known not only for being Oregon’s largest city, but for its eco-friendliness, diverse culture, artistic nature, coffeehouses, and for keeping it “weird”, this thriving city is host to art, theater, and a vast music scene.

RV Park Stay

There are many RV parks and resorts that sit between the city and Mt. Hood National Forest. Portland Fairview RV Park is well-liked, with full hookups and a well-maintained facility. The peaceful setting is still close to all the restaurants, attractions, and the vibrant energy that Portland offers. This park hosts a clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pool, hot tub, and WiFi.

South of Portland is the popular Aurora Acres RV Resort. Conveniently housed between Portland and Salem, one of this resort’s best assets is its beautiful setting. A pool is available in the summer months and WiFi is always free.

West of our starting city of Eugene, the Sea Perch RV Resort is sometimes referred to as the “Jewel of the Oregon Coast”, with its oceanfront RV sites. You’ll be happy to take in the views while the Eugene luxury RV rental is parked here. Many local attractions and restaurants sit outside the resort, making it easy to have a night out on the town.

To the east of Eugene, Casey’s Riverside RV Park is where you get back to the taste of the inland terrain. Hiking, biking, kayaking, and boating are popular here. By all means, feel free to relax here, too. There’s only the occasional wildlife here to distract you. There are full hookups, facilities for laundry, a seasonal pool, and free WiFi to keep you nice and comfortable during your stay.

Explore The Emerald City

Back in Eugene, this diverse, friendly city has much to see and do. This city effortlessly integrates the surrounding environment through parks and paths that connect it all, leaving you immersed in all the natural beauty.

When you book an RV rental in Eugene, you have the time to take everything in. Browse Eugene’s farmer's markets, ride your bike anywhere, drink craft beer, taste regional wine, and dive into the dynamic art scene.

When you have the best RV rental in Eugene, you don’t have to choose between one part of Oregon or another. There’s no debate between spending your time with the trees or with the waves. Rent a motorhome in Eugene so you can kick back and enjoy your time here. You’ll see all that Oregon has for you!

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Pre's Trail, OREugene, OR
  • Skinner Butte and South Bank Loop, OREugene, OR
  • Ruth Bascom Williamette Riverbank Path, OREugene, OR
  • Pre's Trail East Entrance Canoe Canal Trail, ORSpringfield, OR
  • Ribbon Trail to Floral Hill, OREugene, OR
  • Delta Ponds Trail, OREugene, OR
  • Mill Race Path, ORSpringfield, OR
  • Dorris Ranch Loop Trail, ORSpringfield, OR
  • Mount Baldy Trail, OREugene, OR
  • South Hills Ridgeline Trail, OREugene, OR

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