RV Rental Search

907 RVs are available for rent in 7 cities across Georgia

Rental Vehicle Estimated Rate
Four winds Majestic 23 A 2012 USD $175.00/day
Winnebago Journey 2010 USD $300.00/day
Damon Intruder 1997 USD $225.00/day
Coachman Prism 2150 LE 2017 USD $195.00/day
Pace Arrow Vision 2000 USD $90.00/day
Keystone Hideout 212 LHS 2017 USD $130.00/day
Keystone Hideout 175LHS 2017 USD $110.00/day
Gulf Stream Trailmaster 16BHC 2017 USD $75.00/day
Coachman Chaparral 2004 USD $200.00/day
Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite 16BH 2017 USD $125.00/day
Coachmen Orion Class B + 2016 USD $145.00/day
Jayco Eagle Premier 2015 USD $175.00/day
Thor Quantum LF31 2017 USD $250.00/day
Coachmen Mirada 300Q 2003 USD $149.00/day
Tiffin Allegro Bus 2009 USD $475.00/day
Jayco GreyHawk 31FS 2012 USD $275.00/day
Coachmen Cross Country 376 2005 USD $335.00/day
KZ 180 Bunkhouse with slide out 2017 USD $120.00/day
Thor Outlaw 38RE (RV3) 2016 USD $375.00/day
Thor Outlaw 37MD (RV1) 2015 USD $349.00/day
Thor Outlaw 37MD (RV2) 2015 USD $349.00/day
Forest River Vibe 250 BHS 2016 USD $125.00/day
Thor Citation 24SR 2013 USD $215.00/day
KZ sportsman classic toy hauler 2016 USD $75.00/day
Itasca 36z Sunova 2016 USD $525.00/day

Campervan and RV Rentals in Georgia

RV Rental Georgia

Georgia is home to a wide range of enticing attractions to visit from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the rich history of large cities like Atlanta that offer the best of Southern hospitality. With so much to see, rent an RV in Georgia to truly experience everything during your vacation. 


Instead of planting yourself in one hotel room to serve as the central location for your trip, take your sleeping accommodations with you while moving around this incredible state. From the historic districts of Savannah to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, the major cities have some great attractions to discover when you have a travel trailer rental in Georgia or an RV rental in Georgia with unlimited miles to explore everywhere. 


RV Rental Prices Georgia

Once you have an idea of your vacation budget, you can do a quick search for "RV rentals near me" or "camper rentals near me." You'll find that the costs of RV rental are typically much less than they are for daily hotel costs. 


While RV prices can fluctuate due to a number of factors, you can often get discounts when you rent by the week or by the month. The number of people in your party can impact the price of the RV, but for most motor home rentals in Georgia, you can fit approximately eight people. 


If you tried to fit that many people in a hotel room, you would probably be asked to purchase more rooms. The rental prices for a pop-up trailer rental in Georgia versus the costs of an Airstream rental in Georgia will vary widely, so be sure of your budget constraints when searching. 


Cheap RV Rentals in Georgia

A Class B RV rental in Georgia will vary in cost compared to a large motor home with all the amenities. You can get inexpensive rentals if you comparison shop and work within your budget. 


Whether it's a campervan rental in Georgia or a travel trailer rental in Georgia, some owners have used RVs that they'll lease at a steep discount. These campers and trailers will be older models that aren't as shiny or new, but they're perfect for those looking for a bargain rental. 


If you can find an RV rental in Georgia with unlimited miles, you'll pack on the savings for your next vacation. All that savings can go toward extra attractions for the kids or a night out on the town for you and your partner.


Luxury RV Rental Georgia

When it comes to Airstream rentals in Georgia, these luxury accommodations are kept in pristine condition to offer all the comforts of home. The costs for a luxury RV rental will be less than a hotel room, especially around holidays and special events. If you can book your luxury RV early, you can certainly see if a deal is possible. 


Georgia RV Rental by Owner

Dealers and private parties can offer RV rentals in Georgia for vehicles that are owned by a third party. These rentals are considered a consignment of sorts. The dealer will rent out the owned RV for a discount while taking a percentage of the rental fee, and the rest is given to the owner. 


This can be a clever way to get a deal on camper rentals in Georgia. You'll end up with a used RV that an owner has put tons of love into while spending less on accommodations and restaurant food in the process. Most RVs have modern kitchen areas with all the amenities you need for preparing your own meals.


Each rental camper, trailer and motor home has to meet certain safety standards, so you can tour Georgia with peace of mind knowing your rental is in good repair.


RV Parks and Campgrounds in Georgia

River's End Campground is less than a half mile from the local beach, and there's fantastic fishing nearby with the area's largest swimming pool. When you head to the area for fishing, you can spend time on the Tybee pier and pavilion. Visiting the lighthouse is essential for a complete trip to this area of Georgia.


The local amenities include restaurants with fresh seafood as well as places where you can rent bikes for leisurely bike rides. Nearby, there are guides to take you out for whale watching, dolphin tours and trolley tours. 


If you're headed inland toward Atlanta, you can stay in Stone Mountain Park. There many activities in the area, and the mountain is one of the most popular attractions in the state. There are certain activities to enjoy only during the summer and others in the offseason; for example, every night through August, you can see a laser show. 


In the park, there are picnic areas, hiking trails and a historic education center. You can visit the Grist Mill and Covered Bridge after hiking or spend the day fishing in the 300-acre lake. 


RV Dealers and RVs for Sale in Georgia

If you rent an RV in Georgia and fall in love with the lifestyle, you can purchase an RV for your next trip instead of renting one. With this purchase, you'll want to do plenty of research to ensure that you get the right RV for your needs and budget.


Private-party sales can cost less than dealer sales, but you won't receive a warranty on the vehicle. It's the same as the process involved in buying a car or truck. You'll need to take the RV or motor home out for a test drive and have a mechanic check the engine and frame to be sure it's safe. 


Once you find an RV that you fall in love with, you can explore all of Georgia's best attractions from the comfort of your home away from home.

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