Provo, UT RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals

Find the perfect RV rental in Provo, UT. Simple, easy and fully insured.

Book now: (855) 383-0434

Explore Provo RV Rentals


Search RV Deliveries


Home Delivery
Home Delivery

Have an RV delivered directly to your home and start your adventure from your front door—or add a spare room for family to stay while they’re in town.

Search Home Delivery RVs
Airport Delivery
Airport Delivery

Have an RV delivered directly to your arriving airport and start your adventure straight out the gate—no connecting rides necessary.

Search Airport Delivery RVs
Destination Delivery
Destination Delivery

Have an RV delivered directly to a campground, festival, or sporting event, and camp in style—without having to get behind the wheel.

Search Destination Delivery RVs

Discover Provo, UT


Provo may be the third largest city in Utah, but don’t let that fool you! The down-home charm, small-town friendliness, and rugged natural beauty that recently earned Provo the title of “Happiest City in the USA”, will be on full display as you guide your Provo RV rental through its smiling streets.


When you rent an RV in Provo, you can experience a diversity of attractions such as the historic Downtown District, unique shopping and dining, and diverse cultural attractions, all surrounded by the scenic, snow-covered peaks of the Wasatch Mountains.


To help navigate the busy city streets, renters can park the RV rental in Provo and take advantage of the city’s public transportation system which offers public buses, trains, and hundreds of miles of bike lanes. Several rideshare and taxi companies operate in Provo for those wishing to travel via private transit, and the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) operates daily commuter trains to neighboring cities for longer day trips.


With a young, health-conscious, and outdoors-loving population, Provo offers plenty of opportunities for hiking and biking through parks and surrounding wilderness, fishing and boating on nearby Utah Lake, or simply strolling through one of the city’s many public spaces. Provo also boasts close proximity to some amazing neighboring cities, such as Salt Lake City, Park City, and Springville, which make great day-trip destinations to visit with the Provo rental RV. Provo also offers easy access to several national forests and some truly amazing national parks and monuments. With such an array of attractions, deciding to book an RV in Provo is an obvious choice for creating a great vacation with memories that will last a lifetime.


The Great Outdoors


Outdoor enthusiasts will have a great time hiking and mountain biking along the thousands of miles of trails crisscrossing the mountains and canyons surrounding Provo. Trails such as Battle Creek Falls, Devil’s Kitchen, and Timpanogos Falls offer an easier hike for beginners or RV renters who would rather take things easy and enjoy the scenery, while more strenuous hikes can be had along the Mt. Nebo Summit and Timpooneke trails.


One of the more popular and iconic Provo hikes is the moderately-difficult Y Trail which offers dazzling views of Provo and the surrounding countryside from the summit of Y Mountain, towering over the city. While there, visitors can’t miss the enormous, white “Y” on the side of the mountain which has become the recognized symbol of Provo’s Brigham Young University (BYU). For those who wish to remain in the city limits with the Provo camper rental, Utah Lake State Park features a massive reservoir and nature preserve with two family-friendly hiking trails, the Provo River Parkway Trail and the Utah Lake Shoreline Trail.


If hiking is not quite your thing, Provo offers many other exciting opportunities to play in the great outdoors or to simply relax by the Provo motorhome rental and enjoy the scenery. There are several public and private RV campgrounds located around Utah Lake, including at Utah Lake State Park. Boating and kayaking enthusiasts will love gliding over Utah Lake under the Provo skyline and Wasatch Mountains and anglers will be kept busy by the lake’s over 35 species of fish including trout, walleye, and bluegill.


Don’t have a boat? Don’t worry! Dozens of businesses in Provo specialize in renting all types of boats, kayaks, jet skis, and even paddle boats. RV renters can also book guided fly-fishing outings through one of Provo’s many services including Utah Fly Guides, Eddie Robinson’s Fly Fishing, and Provo River Guide Service.


Those who wish to travel farther from the city can cruise the Provo RV rental by owner to dozens of great spots to get away from it all. Picnickers can take advantage of Mt. Timpanogos Park, Canyon View Park, and a handful of other public parks located in Provo Canyon, where they can park their RV next to the scenic Provo River, a hot-spot for fly-fishermen and anglers. Farther up the canyon, Timpanogos Cave National Monument offers visitors the chance to explore three natural limestone caves as well as hiking trails and educational programs.


RV renters wishing to travel farther away from Provo can drive the rental RV to a number of scenic and iconic destinations located a few hours outside of the city. Wasatch Mountain State Park lies 40 minutes northeast of Provo and offers visitors several group and individual campgrounds, numerous hiking and biking trails, ATV rentals, horseback riding, and truly stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains. Fall colors are on full display for off-season RV travelers as the park is painted brilliant shades of orange and red. Winter sports enthusiasts can also take advantage of hundreds of miles of snowshoe and cross-country ski trails, snow tubing, and other winter activities.


For a much different sort of scenery, the Great Salt Lake and the historic and geologically unique Bonneville Salt Flats lie just a few hours northwest of Provo. Visitors can view the Miracle Mile, where dozens of land-speed records were set.


RV Parks


Provo offers numerous spots to park the Provo travel trailer rental, both inside and outside the city limits.


Lakeshore Campground, in Utah Lake State Park, is a 31-site, pet-friendly campground with water and electrical hookups and modern restroom and shower facilities. Lakeside RV Campground, is another great RV park within the city limits and is located just outside Utah Lake State Park. Provo also has abundant gas stations and a Walmart Supercenter is located near downtown within walking distance from many of the city’s attraction, making it a great location to park your rental RV in Provo.


Farther out into the countryside, there are dozens of RV-friendly campgrounds. The Springville/Provo KOA, located minutes south of Provo, offers RV camping with a family-friendly atmosphere. More secluded campsites can be found for the Provo rental motorhome in the Wasatch mountains and canyons surrounding Provo to the east and northeast of the city. Popular sites can be found in the Rock Canyon Campground and the Mount Timpanogos Campground. Other RV parks to check out include the Little Mill, Granite Flat, Hope, and Jolley’s campgrounds, all located in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.  


Exploring the City


Provo boasts both rugged, scenic beauty and a vibrant, sophisticated cultural and urban atmosphere. The residents of Provo are largely members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and the church plays a large role in the city’s cultural heritage. The campus of BYU and the historic Provo Utah Temple are popular draws for tourists interested in the area’s religious heritage.


Provo’s Downtown District, which boasts plenty of shopping and dining, provides something for history buffs as well. Most of the buildings in Provo’s Downtown District were built between 1880 and 1930 and many are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. A self-guided tour is available for travelers who wish to take a more informative stroll through the neighborhood. Shoppers can browse through Provo’s many antique shops, art galleries, and boutique shops, and get some sweet treats at one of Provo’s numerous ice cream parlors and candy stores.


Art lovers may also want to drive south of Provo to Springville, UT for a visit to the Springville Museum of Art. Springville also hosts the popular Art City Days, an annual celebration of the arts in early June that is consistently voted the Best of the Utah Valley. Thanksgiving Point, another popular tourist spot for visitors to the area, is located just north of Provo in neighboring Lehi, UT, and is home to the largest man-made waterfall in the western hemisphere, two natural history museums, and a large-screen 3D movie theater. One of the largest tourist draws in the region is Robert Redford’s world-famous Sundance Resort, located just outside of the city. This luxury resort offers spa treatments, fine dining, outdoor sports, and a fresh helping of unspoiled nature.

RV Rentals in Provo, UT

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

There are many popular rentals in Provo. Outdoorsy's Provo 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 Provo 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.

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Average Weather in Provo, UT


What's around Provo, UT


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

Utah Lake State Park

campground Provo, UT
Utah?s largest freshwater lake, offers plenty of opportunities to fish for catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass, and panfish. On Utah Lake you can powerboat, sail the day, or canoe. Visitors will have access to picnic tables, a pavilion, and a fire pit. A great destination for your RV rental trip this park is easy to access with wide roads and no major barriers to maneuvering. Easy access to the pull thru sites and dump station the park provides electric and water hookups. As a bonus you can hop on the bike and ride miles and miles of paved multi-use trails traffic free!

Provo Canyon

attraction Provo, UT
Provo Canyon is full of scenic parks with access to the Provo River for fishing, relaxation and recreational activities. In these parks you'll also find trail-heads to the Uinta National Forest. You'll have majestic views of the surrounding mountains. All parks have pavilions which can be rented for a fee. Most places offer barbecue, power, and running-water restrooms.

Lincoln Beach Campground

campground Spanish Fork, UT
A county park on the southern shores of Utah Lake this rural location allows you to get away from it all in the RV rental and enjoy some quiet. Great fishing access with a boat ramp and fishing dock (or fish from the shores too). There are water hookups available and a dump station but no electricity. if you need power make sure your motorhome rental has a built in generator or a few 12 volt batteries on board.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Nearby Parks