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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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Information about El Paso, Texas


Few cities exemplify the cowboy culture of the American Southwest better than El Paso, Texas. It’s a city surrounded by desolate landscapes, tall cactuses, and inhabited by independent-minded residents. It’s also located just north of the Mexican border, and hundreds of miles from any other large American cities, which can make it feel like quite the lonely desert outpost.


Fortunately there’s plenty to do in this city of almost 700,000. Whether you’re a fan of outdoor adventures or cultural experiences, El Paso is a wonderful place to do some exploring. Like many cities in the West, the attractions can be pretty spread out. There is no light rail system in El Paso, however, the Sun Metro Mass Transit does have a fleet of buses covering 59 different routes with an all-day pass costing just a few dollars. With so much to see and convenient public transit, RV rental in El Paso is a great way to ensure you have an enjoyable experience.


RV Parks in El Paso


If you’re worried about finding a place to park your rental RV, there’s no need as El Paso sits on the busy corridor between New Mexico and central Texas, which means there are plenty of reasonably priced RV parks to serve your needs. Mission RV Park, El Paso Roadrunner RV Park, and Fort Bliss RV Park will probably be your top choices as they’re quite centrally located. Mission and El Paso Roadrunner are both right off of Interstate 10, so you won’t need to drive through the more crowded downtown core.


If you’d like to stay even farther from the city, El Paso West RV Park is located just a bit north of the city, providing a more laid back and quiet alternative to the parks closer to the town. No matter your speed or style, you’ll find a good place to set up your rental RV in El Paso.


Exploring El Paso


El Paso might not have as many attractions as larger cities in Texas like Dallas or Houston, but what it lacks in size it makes up for with a unique charm. For a taste of the city’s history, head to the Mission Trail and check out the over 300-year-old mission built by the Tigua Indians. It provides some interesting insights into what this part of the country was like before it was ever part of America.


If you’re more of an art buff, the El Paso Museum of Art houses some excellent piece of both the classic and modern variety. For live entertainment, the historic Plaza Theater is conveniently located in the center of town and has concerts from various genres along with Broadway-style shows. Sports fan will want to catch a baseball game. Without all the crowds and high ticket prices of a Major League game, watching El Paso’s Minor League team, the Chihuahuas, is one one of the best ways you could spend an evening. Home plate seats can be had for less than $40 and drinks are only $2 on Thursdays. No matter your pleasure, you’ll be able to park your RV rental in El Paso and find just what you’re looking for inside the city.


No trip to El Paso would be complete without a visit to the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez, just across the Rio Grande River. The dangers of Juarez are, for the most part, overblown and you’ll be quite safe as long as you stick to the tourist areas and use your common sense. The delicious and inexpensive street tacos along with unique Mexican handicrafts makes El Paso’s sister city a can’t miss destination when you’re in the area. Also, as long as you’re not driving more than 20 miles into Mexico, you can take your RV rental from El Paso without any extra paperwork at the border.


Outdoor Opportunities Around El Paso


El Paso has over 300 sunny days each year, ensuring that a day out in nature is sure to be a pleasant one. Book an RV in El Paso to experience that great weather and spend more time exploring the beautiful landscapes inside and outside the city. For a quiet stroll inside the city limits, you’d be hard-pressed to find any place better than Keystone Heritage Park and Botanical Gardens. With 200 species of birds and a wide variety of plants native to the Chihuahuan desert, it’s the perfect place to get in touch with nature.


Just 32 miles northeast of El Paso is the famed Hueco Tanks State Historic Site. It’s the perfect place to go for a hike, watch the birds, study the area’s Native American history, or do some challenging rock climbing. Most visitors explore the fascinating rock formations and indigenous artwork on their own, but guided tours can be arranged with advanced notice. Camping with an RV is permitted for up to three days and hookups for water and electricity are provided (no sewage).


Lastly, for some fantastic views of the El Paso area, you will definitely need to take a ride on the Wyler Aerial Tramway. Just several miles northeast of the downtown area, the tramway climbs 940 feet to the top of Ranger Peak in Franklin Mountains State Park.


Start your search for an RV in El Paso and get ready for your next adventure!

Information about El Paso, Texas

Few cities exemplify the cowboy culture of the American Southwest better than El Paso, Texas. It’s a city surrounded by desolate landscapes, tall cactuses, and inhabited by independent-minded residents. It’s also located just north of the Mexican border, and hundreds of miles from any other large American cities, which can make it feel like quite the lonely desert outpost.

Fortunately there’s plenty to do in this city of almost 700,000. Whether you’re a fan of outdoor adventures or cultural experiences, El Paso is a wonderful place to do some exploring. Like many cities in the West, the attractions can be pretty spread out. There is no light rail system in El Paso, however, the Sun Metro Mass Transit does have a fleet of buses covering 59 different routes with an all-day pass costing just a few dollars. With so much to see and convenient public transit, RV rental in El Paso is a great way to ensure you have an enjoyable experience.

RV Parks in El Paso

If you’re worried about finding a place to park your rental RV, there’s no need as El Paso sits on the busy corridor between New Mexico and central Texas, which means there are plenty of reasonably priced RV parks to serve your needs. Mission RV Park, El Paso Roadrunner RV Park, and Fort Bliss RV Park will probably be your top choices as they’re quite centrally located. Mission and El Paso Roadrunner are both right off of Interstate 10, so you won’t need to drive through the more crowded downtown core.

If you’d like to stay even farther from the city, El Paso West RV Park is located just a bit north of the city, providing a more laid back and quiet alternative to the parks closer to the town. No matter your speed or style, you’ll find a good place to set up your rental RV in El Paso.

Exploring El Paso

El Paso might not have as many attractions as larger cities in Texas like Dallas or Houston, but what it lacks in size it makes up for with a unique charm. For a taste of the city’s history, head to the Mission Trail and check out the over 300-year-old mission built by the Tigua Indians. It provides some interesting insights into what this part of the country was like before it was ever part of America.

If you’re more of an art buff, the El Paso Museum of Art houses some excellent piece of both the classic and modern variety. For live entertainment, the historic Plaza Theater is conveniently located in the center of town and has concerts from various genres along with Broadway-style shows. Sports fan will want to catch a baseball game. Without all the crowds and high ticket prices of a Major League game, watching El Paso’s Minor League team, the Chihuahuas, is one one of the best ways you could spend an evening. Home plate seats can be had for less than $40 and drinks are only $2 on Thursdays. No matter your pleasure, you’ll be able to park your RV rental in El Paso and find just what you’re looking for inside the city.

No trip to El Paso would be complete without a visit to the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez, just across the Rio Grande River. The dangers of Juarez are, for the most part, overblown and you’ll be quite safe as long as you stick to the tourist areas and use your common sense. The delicious and inexpensive street tacos along with unique Mexican handicrafts makes El Paso’s sister city a can’t miss destination when you’re in the area. Also, as long as you’re not driving more than 20 miles into Mexico, you can take your RV rental from El Paso without any extra paperwork at the border.

Outdoor Opportunities Around El Paso

El Paso has over 300 sunny days each year, ensuring that a day out in nature is sure to be a pleasant one. Book an RV in El Paso to experience that great weather and spend more time exploring the beautiful landscapes inside and outside the city. For a quiet stroll inside the city limits, you’d be hard-pressed to find any place better than Keystone Heritage Park and Botanical Gardens. With 200 species of birds and a wide variety of plants native to the Chihuahuan desert, it’s the perfect place to get in touch with nature.

Just 32 miles northeast of El Paso is the famed Hueco Tanks State Historic Site. It’s the perfect place to go for a hike, watch the birds, study the area’s Native American history, or do some challenging rock climbing. Most visitors explore the fascinating rock formations and indigenous artwork on their own, but guided tours can be arranged with advanced notice. Camping with an RV is permitted for up to three days and hookups for water and electricity are provided (no sewage).

Lastly, for some fantastic views of the El Paso area, you will definitely need to take a ride on the Wyler Aerial Tramway. Just several miles northeast of the downtown area, the tramway climbs 940 feet to the top of Ranger Peak in Franklin Mountains State Park.

Start your search for an RV in El Paso and get ready for your next adventure!

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • The Monk's Trail, TXEl Paso, TX
  • Palisades Canyon Loop, TXEl Paso, TX
  • Comanche Peak Loop Trail, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Thousand Steps Trail, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Wyler Arial Tramway form Trans-Franklin Mountains South, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Ranger Peak Loop Trail, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Franklin Mountains Ridgeline Hike, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • B-36 Crash Hike, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Wyler Aerial Tramway Deck and Ranger Peak Via Directissimo Trail, TXFranklin Mountains State Park, TX
  • Sierra Del Cristo Rey, NMSunland Park, NM

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