RV Rental Search

299 RVs are available for rent in 1 cities across Idaho

Rental Vehicle Estimated Rate
Keystone Hideout 2014 USD $85.00/day
Montana 2005 USD $200.00/day
Allegro Open Road 2016 USD $225.00/day
Dutchmen Coleman 2305QB 2016 USD $100.00/day
Traveleze 1984 USD $79.00/day
Wind River 270RLDS 2013 USD $200.00/day
Four Winds International 2004 USD $169.00/day
North Country by Heartland 2012 USD $115.00/day
voltage toy hauler 2014 USD $150.00/day
Luxury Georgetown 364ts w/bunkbeds 2016 USD $200.00/day
Starcraft 19r 2009 USD $179.00/day
Trail lite 8263s 2004 USD $189.00/day
Coleman 2000 USD $100.00/day
Jayco 23FB 2007 USD $90.00/day
Winnebago 31G 2017 USD $250.00/day
Keystone  Springdale 2013 USD $175.00/day
Fleetwood Jamboree 26F 2005 USD $179.00/day
Damon Challenger 345 1999 USD $175.00/day
Coachmen Prism 2015 USD $255.00/day
R-pod 18rb 2016 USD $125.00/day
Forest River Georgetown xl 2013 USD $315.00/day
Keystone Outback 250 RS 2010 USD $100.00/day
Clipper Ultra-Lite 17BHS 2017 USD $95.00/day
Holiday Rambler Scepter 2008 USD $315.00/day
Forest River Cruise Lite 261BHXL 2016 USD $100.00/day

Campervan and RV Rentals in Idaho

RV Rental Idaho

If you are hoping to get the most out of your next trip to Idaho, loading up the family in a camper or RV can be the best way to go. Idaho has so much to offer with beautiful natural scenery and excellent opportunities for various outdoor activities. "Where can I find an RV rental near me?" you may ask. There are many options for you to enjoy the freedom and pleasure of RV travel on your Idaho vacation.


RV Rental Prices Idaho

When you rent an RV in Idaho, the price can vary widely from $50 per day to $1,000 per day, depending on your choice of transportation and the style of RV selected. You can expect to pay more for a rental during the summer months since RV rentals are a particularly popular choice for exploring nature during this time. Fall and winter months are the ideal times to travel when you are looking to save some extra money on a camper rental in Idaho. 


When you're planning a motor home rental in Idaho, finding the right dealer can help ensure that you get the best value for your RV rental choice. In most cases, you won't need anything except a regular driver's license, proof of insurance and your deposit to rent an RV in Idaho.


Some dealers offer indemnity plans that cover the cost of repair and replacement should the RV become lost or damaged while in your possession. You should expect to pay at minimum an additional $200 for such coverage. 


Cheap RV Rentals in Idaho

Consider a cheap camper rental in Idaho when you're looking to go on vacation while maintaining a tight budget. A Class B RV rental in Idaho may look like a van on the outside, but inside it features basic amenities to accommodate anywhere from two to four people. You shouldn't expect to get amenities such as additional space for storage, but the size of cheap RV rentals in Idaho is perfect for couples planning to spend most days outdoors. 


A travel trailer rental in Idaho is another great way to save when choosing an RV for your journey. There certainly is a lot of nature to explore in Idaho. 


The Yellowstone National Park has dramatic canyons and an abundance of forestry that stretches across three states, as Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana are all within Yellowstone's reach. This 3,500-square-mile spread of wilderness is the perfect place for those enjoying a camper minivan or popup trailer rental in Idaho.


Cheap is the way to go when money is short and your thirst for discovery is big. You may wonder, "Where can I find an inexpensive camper rental near me?" There are plenty of ways to save when choosing a Class B RV, travel trailer or campervan rental in Idaho.


Luxury RV Rental in Idaho

Families and large groups may want to take advantage of luxury RV rentals in Idaho. Class C and Class A motorhomes are the ideal choices when you want to live it up on the road. The average luxury RV rental has a bathroom with shower along with an air conditioner and water heater. 


Class A motorhomes are much larger than their Class C counterparts, which means that there is more space for storage and small automobiles. In fact, the most luxurious RVs provide garage-like storage space for ATVs, motorcycles and, on occasion, compact vehicles. 


You can expect to pay upwards of $350 per night to for a luxury motorhome rental in Idaho. An RV rental in Idaho with unlimited miles may run more than $1,000 per night depending on the dealer and add-ons such as insurance. 


Still, even with the added expense, the cost of luxury is worth it. Idaho is home to Silverwood Theme Park in Coeur d'Alene, which is the perfect spot for families. The amusement park is just under 50 miles from Spokane, Washington, and it's accommodating of RVs. 


Also of paramount significance is Shoshone Falls. The waterfall completes the Snake River in southern Idaho and is around three miles northeast of Twin Falls. Drive into the city for a day of adventure, or spend 24 hours with nature in an Airstream rental in Idaho that provides the opportunity for adventure all while enjoying all the conveniences of home. 


You can park your luxurious motor home in the provided area and enjoy a day of fun in town. Retreat to your home on wheels after a full day of adventure and camaraderie where the kids can wash up and get ready for bed. It's the perfect ending to a great day of family fun. 


Idaho RV Rental by Owner

Many commercial dealers offer the best and newest RV rentals in Idaho. Such variety is ideal for high-tech families but not always the greatest fit for those who love campers from times past. These consumers may find fulfillment in renting used RVs from private owners. 


The biggest benefit of private rentals is the accompanying cost savings. Many RV owners are not looking to make a significant profit from their campers. As such, they are often willing to rent a Class B motorhome for as little as $50 per night. 


RV Parks and Campgrounds in Idaho

Teton Valley RV Park is located at 1208 Highway 31 in Victor, Idaho. The site places you in close proximity to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, two of Idaho's most beautiful attractions. 


Perhaps the best thing about Teton Valley RV Park, aside from its centrality to two national parks, is its closeness to the Idaho-Wyoming state border. Driving 25 miles east will place you in another western state that further contributes to your American adventure. 


Blackwell Island RV Park is another RV ground in Idaho. Located at 800 S. Marina Drive in Coeur d'Alene, the site is just over one mile to I-90 and within walking distance to the beach. Blackwell is one of Idaho's newest RV parks, which means that laundry facilities, showers, and AMP hookups are fresh. 


RV Dealers and RVs For Sale in Idaho


Sometimes renting an RV isn't enough for all of your future plans. You may want to consider buying a motor home if you plan several road trips throughout the year and love the RV lifestyle. When considering an RV purchase, think about the amount of space you will need and your must-have amenities.

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