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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 Vancouver


Vancouver, Washington, not to be confused with Vancouver in the Canadian province of British Columbia, is a small endearing city on the north banks of the Columbia River. Vancouver is a part of the Portland metro area, with Portland proper lying directly across the Columbia River on the Oregon side. This small charming town is the perfect size and fit for those that would like to book an RV in Clark County and see the gorgeous Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Vancouver is close to Seattle, Portland, and a whole host of National Parks and Forests that will make you fall in love with this incredible area.

RV renting in Vancouver is simple and easy and serves as a fine place to enjoy a vacation. Even better, Vancouver plays host to many festivals throughout the year, including the Vancouver Brewfest and the Craft Beer and Wine Fest, which bring in beer and wine aficionados from all over the country.

Explore the Outdoors

Also nicknamed the “Evergreen State”, Washington is so fully stocked with exciting outdoor attractions and unique wilderness areas, that it can be tough to figure out where to begin. Rent an RV in Vancouver and take a ride in any direction to discover what this lovely state has to offer.

Drive a few hours to the northeast and you will stumble upon both Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount Rainier National Park, which feature 1.32 million acres of gorgeous scenery, and both active and dormant stratovolcanoes dotted with subalpine wildflowers. Located in the southern Cascade Mountains, you can even find a monument dedicated to the devastating eruption/explosion of Mount St. Helens, one of the largest to ever happen.

To the southwest, you can visit pleasant Tillamook and adjacent Tillamook National Forest, in the state of Oregon, another fabulous motorhome rental state. Although it burned to the ground in 1933, the Tillamook temperate rainforest has since been replanted with thousands of Douglas Fir trees and remains one of the wettest places in the country, with over 100 inches of rainfall a year! Further west, be sure to catch the stunning Oregon coastline in parks such as Oswald State Park, which features 4 miles of pristine coastline along with 2,484 acres of exciting seaside hiking trails and sheltered beach coves.

Head north on I-5 from Vancouver and you will find Olympic National Forest and National Park, just outside of the city of Olympia, which serves as the state’s capital. This amazing park and forest combination, which hosts over 3.5 million visitors per year, is littered with exotic wildlife unseen anywhere in the world, and features vast stretches of undisturbed forest, and even features 4 diverse ecosystems.

City Sightseeing

For those of you who enjoy visiting cities and enjoying different regional cultures within the United States, you will not be disappointed by either Vancouver or Portland.

First and foremost, it is recommended that you step back in time and visit the Fort Vancouver Historical Site, which served as the first outpost for settlers in the region over a century ago. Now a fully operational museum and history lover’s dream, you can enjoy taking a glimpse into the past by observing the old way of life on tours of the facilities.

Park your rental RV in Vancouver and take a stroll along the Columbia river on the Waterfront Renaissance Trail. This paved waterfront boardwalk serves as a preferred way to travel around city and connects the vibrant downtown with the riverfront shops and restaurants. In the middle of the River that lies between Portland and Vancouver, there are many islands you can reach by boat, with Government Island proving to be one of the best for anglers and fishing enthusiasts.

If you choose to rent a motorhome in Vancouver and travel over the border to the city of Portland, you will find an abundance of hip eateries, friendly locals, amazing craft beer, and a never-ending parade of musical acts. Be sure to visit the Portland Art Museum too, as it is the seventh oldest in the country. Housing about 42,000 pieces of art, many of which happen to be created by indigenous peoples, this stunning museum cannot be overlooked for those who want to truly get a feel for the area.

For more peaceful scenery, don’t forget the Peninsula Park and Rose Garden as well as the Japanese Garden, which are famous destinations for visitors to Portland. Often referred to as the “Rose City”, Portland is known for its beautiful flowers and serene gardens.

RV Parks to Visit

You will surely have no difficulty finding a place to park your luxury RV rental near Vancouver. This city also features multiple Walmarts and a bunch of RV-friendly fueling stations and mechanics.

Columbia Riverfront Park, just 22 miles north of Portland, proves to be a favorite with people that enjoy fishing. Nearby you can also enjoy the cozy Vancouver RV Park, complete with showers, washing facilities, a recreation room, WiFi, and a bevy of other amenities to make you feel right at home.

Both Beacon Rock State Park and Champoeg State Park are well known campgrounds with RV hookups and offer access to even more outdoors action. Horseback riding, Technical rock climbing, bicycling, and boating can be enjoyed in these wonderful parks all from the comfort of your rental motorhome.

For those who want an absolutely luxurious vacation, check out Lake Merwins Camper’s Hideaway for “glamping” at its best. Here you will find a roped-off lake swimming, a heated pool, sauna, mini golf course, tennis and basketball courts, and even a full-service restaurant. With so many choices, you’ll have to find out for yourself what suits you best, but Vancouver and its surrounding areas will definitely impress you, that much is for sure. Be sure to check it out this amazing city for your next RV vacation!

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Discovery Historic Loop, WAVancouver, WA
  • Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, WAVancouver, WA
  • Ellen Davis Trail, WAVancouver, WA
  • Smith and Bybee Wetlands Trail, ORPortland, OR
  • Burnt Bridge Creek Trail, WAVancouver, WA
  • Vancouver Lake, WAVancouver, WA
  • Kelley Point Park Loop, ORPortland, OR
  • Marine Drive Multiuse Path, ORPortland, OR
  • Whitaker Ponds Nature Park Trail, ORPortland, OR
  • Salmon Creek Trail, WAVancouver, WA

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