RV Rental Search

1,157 RVs are available for rent in 17 cities across Washington

Rental Vehicle Estimated Rate
Fleetwood pace arrow 1992 USD $225.00/day
Dutchman Voltage 3200 2013 USD $270.00/day
Dutchman Rainier 2011 USD $125.00/day
Wildwood X-Lite 171RBXL 2016 USD $139.00/day
Pacifica national RV 2008 USD $450.00/day
Trailone 6x12 enclosed trailer with ramp rear door 2010 USD $50.00/day
Puma unleashed toy hauler 2016 USD $125.00/day
Grand Design Imagine 2800BH 2016 USD $140.00/day
FourWinds Majestic 23A #10 2011 USD $195.00/day
FourWinds Majestic 19G #4 2010 USD $195.00/day
Four Winds Majestic 23A #3 2009 USD $195.00/day
Coachman Freelander 23CB #6 2013 USD $250.00/day
Coachman Freelander 21rs #12 2016 USD $300.00/day
Georgetown 351ds 2016 USD $350.00/day
Zinger Bunkhouse 2016 USD $145.00/day
Chev Silverado with 11.5 Big Foot Camper 1994 USD $150.00/day
Sold trailer 1959 USD $150.00/day
Chevy G30 1983 USD $150.00/day
Newmar Dutch Star 2001 USD $150.00/day
Jayco Redhawk 31XL 2014 USD $220.00/day
Allegro 1998 USD $199.00/day
Keystone Outback 210rs 2015 USD $115.00/day
Gulf Stream RV Ultra Limited Edition 2005 USD $185.00/day
Coachmen Prism 2014 USD $175.00/day
Ford Coachman 1996 USD $125.00/day

Campervan and RV Rentals in Washington

RV Rental Washington

Rent an RV in Washington to fully explore the Evergreen State in all its natural beauty. You can find travel trailer rentals in Washington to accommodate the whole family or even just a couple's getaway. Rent an RV in Washington to get the most freedom to explore all the lakes, rivers and scenic byways in the state.



RV Rental Prices Washington

The prices of RV rentals in Washington vary depending on the size of the RV and the season. The prime RV season in Washington is in the mid-summer, after July 4th and into mid-August or later in the month. Prices can start around $45 a day and go up well over $1,000 per day depending on the model you rent.

Within that price range, there is a wide selection of RVs to choose from, including travel trailers, campervans and pop-up trailer rentals in Washington. If you plan to travel during the peak season, it's important to reserve your camper rental in Washington well in advance. Even though motor home rentals in Washington will generally come with a range of modern conveniences, it's good to remember that the more decked-out an RV is, the more it will cost.

Whether you're looking at Class B RV rentals in Washington or the larger Class A rentals, you'll always want to compare prices to get the best deal.



Cheap RV Rentals in Washington

You can find quality RV and campervan rentals in Washington with low rates for mileage and fuel. It's also possible to find cheap packages on RV rentals in Washington with unlimited miles.

If you book your RV rental with plenty of advanced notice or during the offseason months, you're likely to find lower prices than the peak summer travel season in Washington. This is mainly because Washington has a short summer and residents tend to travel en masse between July and August. RV and camper rental companies in Washington are more likely to give you discounts in slower travel months.

When searching for "camper rental near me" in Washington for your vacation, you might want to find an inexpensive package that allows you to spend more money on seeing all the great sights.



Luxury RV Rental Washington

There's a lot to see in Washington from Mount Rainier, the mountain you can see nearly everywhere in the state, to the ever-popular Seattle attractions of Pike Place Market and the Space Needle. Washington offers things to do in both the city and the country. If you want to make the most of traveling this beautiful state, then a luxury RV might be your best option.

When you search for "RV rentals near me" in Washington, look for luxury rental options. Class A models, Airstream rentals in Washington and other larger RVs will offer all the luxuries you want like comfortable sleeping areas, showers and roomy kitchens. Renting a luxury RV is still going to be cheaper than touring Washington and staying in several hotels along the way.



Washington RV Rental by Owner

Some RV owners rent out their motor homes and campers when they're not using them for travelers who want to see Washington up close and personal. To find these types of rentals, go to RV rental websites to see all the vehicle types listed. Features and price per day should be included in the listings.

Type in your location, and then choose a pickup and drop-off time. This will bring up all current listings and allow you to filter by price, type, how many people the vehicle sleeps and the mileage limit. 

This is a great way for RV owners to avoid storing their RVs and make money at the same time. It's a similar concept to vacation house rentals. Another perk of renting from an RV owner is that the vehicle is likely to be well taken care of because it's not a business but a personal vehicle that they use again and again.



RV Parks and Campgrounds in Washington

The great thing about renting an RV is that you can easily visit more than one area in the state. The following RV parks are found in three of the most traveled sections of Washington.


Lake Pleasant RV Park

This park is in Bothell, only a few minutes from the city of Seattle. Lake Pleasant gives you the perfect base to visit the attractions in Seattle as well as nearby areas like the scenic Snoqualmie Falls. Facilities at this park include fishing at the lake, nature trails, Wi-Fi access, restrooms, showers, laundry and 111 hookup sites.


Gig Harbor RV Resort

Gig Harbor is a beautiful waterfront town not far from Tacoma across the Narrows Bridge; like most areas south of Seattle, the area and park give off a relaxed vibe. Park facilities include Wi-Fi, swimming pool, playground, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry and RV supplies. Staying in Gig Harbor gives you a great base to explore the more rural Pierce County area and visit Tacoma.


Alderwood RV Express

This park is only minutes from Spokane, the largest city on the east side of the state. Alderwood has 80 hookup sites and a range of amenities, including a heated pool, grocery store, Wi-Fi, pavilion and much more. If you stay here in September, you can visit the Pig Out in the Park festival that happens in Spokane every year. 



RV Dealers and RVs for Sale in Washington

After spending some time traveling in an RV, you might end up deciding that you want to do it on a more permanent basis. RV ownership is very popular in Washington, so you won't have any trouble finding a range of styles and top brands.

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