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The scenic Utah Valley is home to some of the most dramatic scenery and eye-catching views in the entire state. In just one day driving around this region, your Lehi RV rental could pass through dry desert, lush forests, open plains, and meadows of wildflowers backed by snow-capped peaks. Lehi is located only 28 miles from the state capital, Salt Lake City, on the edge of the beautiful Utah Lake. Rent an RV in Lehi in the summer to explore the surrounding national and state parks, which offer visitors many recreational opportunities including hiking in wild mountain ranges, swimming in glacial lakes, lakeside fishing, camping, and water sports. Lehi is a popular base for skiing and snowboarding during the wintertime. The city has a convenient public transport system which connects Lehi to Salt Lake City, where the closest airport is located, as well as the suburbs, so you can opt to park your Lehi rental RV outside of the city center.


The Great Outdoors


One of the most frequently visited parks in the state is the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. It is located North of Salt Lake City and covers approximately 2.1 million acres of diverse forestry, pristine wilderness, and snow-topped mountains. The park is divided into eight distinct regions, some of which are closed to cars and campers during the winter, but open to skiers and snow-shoers. The rest of the year, the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is an adventurer’s playground.


Some of the park’s best mountain bike trails can be accessed from Park City, 50 miles Northeast of Lehi. From here, cyclists can take an uphill route to connect with the Mid Mountain Trail or the Wasatch Crest Trail to Big Cottonwood Canyon or Mill Creek Canyon. Around Park City, there are also a handful of downhill bike trails for experienced bikers. The park’s visitor centers can also provide information for horseback riding excursions, zip-lining, blue ribbon fishing, and national park hiking trails.


An alternative option for less physically active visitors is to rent an RV in Lehi and drive along some of the National Forest scenic byways. These typically cut a path through the rugged hillside, with incredible views of beautiful valleys and lush forest. There are many byways throughout the park but the most highly recommended is the Mt Nebo National Scenic Byway. This 37-mile road passes through the higher region of the park, the Wasatch Front, and circles the foot of Mount Nebo. Along the route, there are opportunities to camp, spot wildlife and join hiking and cycling trails. The byway also visits the Devils Kitchen Geologic Interpretive Site and overlooks the Utah and Nephi Valleys.


RV Parks


Many of the RV parks near Lehi are located next door, in the city of Provo, where you have the option of staying near the city center or taking your Lehi motorhome rental to one of the lakeside parks. Elk Lodge is a popular RV Park in Provo’s city center. The park offers concrete parking spaces with full electric and sewage hookups, free WiFi and onsite food and drinks options. Conveniently, the park is only a few blocks from an Amtrak station in case you choose to rent a motorhome in Provo.


If you prefer to keep some distance between the Lehi camper rental and the city lights, then there are some good lakeside options in the Utah Lake State Park or at Lakeside RV and Campground. The Utah Lake State Park has more basic facilities, without WiFi, sewage or high-power hookups, whereas the Lakeside RV and Campground has a few extra comforts. As well as the usual amenities, this site has access to a swimming pool, recreational room, playground, camp store and laundry facilities.


Exploring the City


Lehi has plenty of green spaces to share with its visitors, with over 10 miles of hiking trails spread across nearly 30 city parks, sports fields, and children’s play areas, most of which are managed by the National Park Service. When you book a motorhome in Lehi, you’ll be able to take advantage of some of Lehi’s best walking trails including the Jordan River Parkway Trail, which follows the River Jordan, the Historic Rail Trail, retracing the former rail route, and the Murdock Canal Trail, which connects Lehi to Provo.


Aside from its outdoor activities, Lehi is perhaps best known for its three-day annual Round-Up Rodeo, which is held at the end of June, and also for its Independence Day firework celebrations. The small city is the sixth oldest in Utah and takes its name from the Book of Mormon. Naturally, there is a fair amount of historical architecture to see and museums to visit in Lehi’s downtown; the most popular include the John Hutchings Museum of Natural History, and the Lehi Railroad Depot Museum.


When you rent an RV in Lehi, UT you can take advantage of the city’s indoor conveniences too. The Legacy Center offers a variety of sports and fitness facilities as well as relaxation services and family-friendly activities such as rock climbing and an outdoor swimming pool complete with a lazy river.

RV Rentals in Lehi, UT

Lehi, UT is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Lehi. Outdoorsy's Lehi RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Lehi are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Arches National Park, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Bryce Canyon National Park, Twin Peaks Wilderness, and Glen Canyon National Rec Area.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Silver Lake Trail Alpine Utah
Stewart Falls Trail Pleasant Grove Utah
Donut Falls Trail Salt Lake City Utah
Mount Olympus Trail Salt Lake City Utah
Lake Blanche Trail Salt Lake City Utah
Red Pine Lake Trail Sandy Utah
Cecret Lake Trail Alta Utah
Adams Canyon Trail Layton Utah
Bells Canyon Trail to Lower Falls Sandy Utah
The Living Room Trail Salt Lake City Utah

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Scenic Vista Coalville, UT 84024
Eastbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Scenic Vista Coalville, UT 84024
Westbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Soldier Summit, UT 84027
Eastbound, Westbound, 18 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pet, Handicap, Westbound side of road but accessible to all (R)

General RV Center

14403 Minuteman Drive Draper, UT 84020
Fleetwood, Thor Ind, Dutchmen, Coachmen, DRV Suites, Open Range, Prime Time, Keystone, Forest River, Tiffin (D)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center Coalville, UT 84024
Westbound, 21 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Coalville, UT 84024
Eastbound, 5 truck parking spaces, Parallel parking only, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Service Plaza Springville, UT 84663
Northbound, Southbound, With the Flying J, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap, Gas, Food (R)

Bountiful RV

1295 North Main Street Bountiful, UT 84010
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Stewarts RV

854 East 1100 South American Fork, UT 84003
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Aliner, Coleman, Coachmen, Dutchmen, Jayco, Outdoors RV (D)

Wilkinson RV And Auto Service

668 North 1250 West Centerville, UT 84014
(SR)

Nearby Campgrounds

Brigham Young University

attraction Provo, UT
This lovely campus has a bit of everything. If you?re into art, check out the museums, where you can find works of art by artists like Norman Rockwell. Sports aficionados will enjoy the 66,000 seat LaVell Edwards Stadium for football games, or catch a basketball game, where you can view it at the 23,000 seat Marriott Center. If you?d like to listen to quality music, watch great theater, or watch a free movie you can see it here.

Pony Express RV Resort

campground North Salt Lake, UT
Drive south on Interstate 15 from Layton and take in the views of mountains on one side and water on the other. Enjoy views of Farmington Bay, Thurston Peak, Grandview Peak, and Bay Waterfowl Management Area to reach the Pony Express RV Resort. The sites here can accommodate any rig of any size, and you can also rent a cozy, modern log cabin or a larger modern cottage. Guests are welcome to enjoy a variety of spacious campsites with full utility hookups, which includes free WiFi and cable television. Both cabins and campsites are equipped with picnic tables, and there?s a general store on site that can also refill your propane tank. This park emphasizes relaxation and serenity, combining the peaceful wilderness surrounding Great Salt Lake with modern amenities and a variety of activities. The park operates all year round, and is convenient to many local ski hills, the Jordan River Parkway, the Salt Lake City International Airport, and downtown Salt Lake City.

Hope Campground

campground Provo, UT
Nestled in the woods above the city of Orem, Utah is where you will find Hope Campground. This place is perfect for those who want to connect with nature and escape the noises and activity of the city. Hope Campground offers primitive RV and tent camping on a first come, first serve basis to those who dare to venture out into the wilderness. You will not find the luxury of water and electric hookups at the RV sites offered at this campground, but will get to spend some time in nature enjoying a simple camping experience. Hope Campground is located near Squawk Peak and offers great adventures for those who love the outdoors. You can spend your day hiking through the miles of trails available on the mountain and make your way back to camp in time to have a delicious dinner at the fire pit. This campground offers water fountains and restrooms for you to use while there.

Bridal Veil Falls

attraction Provo, UT
If you?re looking for a quick getaway into nature you'll find it here. This 607 foot double cascade natural waterfall is located in the scenic Provo Canyon, and it?s just a short drive from Highway 189. Enjoy a picnic or a barbecue, and lie down on the grassy picnic spots or play frisbee. You can refresh in the cool shallow waters that are formed below the waterfall.

The Fairview Museum of History and Art

attraction West Jordan, UT
The Fairview Museum of History and Art in Fairview, Utah is a wonderful place for an excursion. The museum has exhibits of sculpture, painting, oral history, local history, and much more. The museum also has a New Columbian Mammoth skeleton, which is fascinating to see. The museum is a nonprofit organization, and most of the staff are volunteers from the area. Two main buildings, the Heritage, which is 115 years old and the Horizon Building, contain the exhibits. The mostly volunteer staff is dedicated to preserving pioneer and historical artifacts, histories, and cultural collections. Their mission also includes providing an outlet for creative talent and educational opportunities. There are over 100 pieces of sculpture in the museum. Many of the exhibits and activities are designed as educational materials for the elementary school visitors. Local artists teach adult art classes on the premises of the museum. The library staff provides assistance to individuals and groups searching for information on local ancestors and the history of the area.

Lakeside RV Campground

campground Provo, UT
Lakeside RV Campground is a full service, family-owned park offering year-round accommodations. They are 16.8 miles southeast of Lehi.The campground is the perfect getaway or stop-over for RV travelers.The Lakeside location offers the perfect balance of being close to local attractions/conveniences, while enjoying a relaxed country atmosphere at the same time. 65-foot pull thru sites. (Big Rigs welcome) We are able to accommodate up to 45? RVs with tow vehicles.Lakeside Campground sits on 10 acres and has 120 spaces with lawn at every site. Almost all of the sites offer shade from our many Cottonwood, Maple and Willow trees. The beautiful surroundings of the Provo River and the landscape are difficult to beat. Whatever you like to do, this will serve as a great base camp for you. You can enjoy boating at Utah Lake, taking a swim in the pool, and exploring the nearby Provo River Trail.

Nunns Park Camping

campground Provo, UT
Located within the scenic Provo Canyon this county run park provides immediate access to the paved multi-use trail that follows the small river. This is a great option for RV rentals that are smaller than 28' as the sites are a bit small. This campground stays cooler in the summer with ample shade and access to the water. There are water hookups located in the park but no electricity or sewer is provided so make sure your RV rental has a generator if you need power. The campground is convenient to both Provo and Park City.

Museum of Natural Curiosity

attraction Lehi, UT
Who wouldn?t want to visit something called the Museum of Natural Curiosity. The name itself makes it intriguing. The truth is that there is something for everyone. With more than 400 interactive experiences, you can choose a new adventure each time you visit the Museum of Natural Curiosity(R). In Rainforest, explore the ancient ruins and chambers, crawl inside the 45-foot-tall monkey head, and pretend to fly the Piper Cub. At Water Works, explore science with water, wind, sun, and earth, or go to the Discovery Garden to learn about nature and the six simple machines in the Archimedes Playground. You can even explore the town of Kidopolis, where you'll discover secret passageways and perform tricks at the magic shop. For more educational opportunities, visit the Exploratorium exhibit in the Innovation Gallery or take a class in one of the Dickson Academy classrooms. The options are endless for all curious minds at the Museum of Natural Curiosity.

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