How much to rent an RV? ( Day, week and monthly rates )


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We love all forms of camping and RV camping is one of our favorite ways to go. RV camping is considered a form of glamping and I can tell you that my wife and kids prefer RV camping more than any other.

With that said we do not go RVing more than a few times a year and have found that renting one whenever we need it is the right choice for us rather than taking on the payments for an RV that we would use only a couple of times a year.

So how much is it to rent an RV for a day, week or month? The prices range on average around $100 per day up to $300 per day depending on the type of RV you want to rent. Of course, motorized Rv’s are usually more expensive than pull along. Also, you will get discounts for weekly and monthly rentals.

We have done all the research for you using RVshare.com. These prices were researched using our zip code here in Oklahoma. Prices may vary slightly in your state, but overall this will give you an accurate range of rates. You can get your exact rates from RV share by clicking here.

Here’s what we will cover

  • Do you need a CDL for class a or B RV?
  • How much does it cost to rent a class A RV?
  • How much does it cost to rent a class C RV?
  • How much does it cost to rent a class B Camper Van?
  • How much does it cost to rent a travel trailer?
  • How much does a 5th wheel camping trailer cost to rent?
  • How much does it cost to rent a toy hauler camping trailer?
  • How much does it cost to rent a pop-up trailer?
  • What to look for in your rental.
  • Camper insurance

It’s important to note that all the average prices given are per day prices and while most will include the price of insurance, there are some that do not. It is also important to note that prices and availability are constantly changing and it is best to check the prices regularly. You can check the current prices here.

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Do you need a CDL for class A or B motorhomes?

The answer to this depends on the state that you are in. Most states do not require a CDL for motorhomes, but there are some cases where a special non-commercial License may be required. We found this site has the exact information for each state. http://changingears.com/rv-sec-state-rv-license.shtml

Be sure you check to make sure that you are legal to drive in your state.

How much does it cost to rent a class A Motorhome?

Class A motorhomes are the largest driveable motorhomes and usually include all the convince of a small apartment. These will consist of a bathroom, a separate bedroom and living area, and a kitchen area. In the living area, the furniture will collapse down to make more beds for more people.

What we found is that Class A RV’s manufactured in the late 90’s and early 2000’s rental rates run from $129 to $250. The average was about $150.

Models that were a little newer or even a little fancier if you will rent between $180 to $350 with the average being in the $225 range.

The RV’s on in the $225 range often had the expandable living area and would be more suitable for a larger family.

We will point out that there were brand new motorhomes for rent that ran in the $600 plus range. If you are looking to rent a brand new RV, it will cost a lot more than one that is used.

If you would like to check the current prices of class A rv’s on RVshare click here

Low range $130 per night class A RV example-

suncruise rental

suncruise rental kitchen

1997 Winnebago Sun cruiser

  • Class A Motor Home
  • Sleeps 6
  • Length 29 ft.
  • Allows smoking and pets.
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: Chevy 454
  • Fuel Consumption: 11 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- Electric generator, roof air conditioner, microwave, range (stove), shower, bathroom sink, fire extinguisher, refrigerator, T.V., dvd player, kitchen sink, toilet, AM/FM stereo, seat belts, hot and cold water supply, in dash air conditioning.

Rental for this unit is $130.00 per day, $600.00 per Week or $1500.00 per month. There is a 2 nights minimum.

This one is one the lower end and by the pictures it looks like it has been well used. This does not mean it is tore up or anything but it would be perfect for someone that doesn’t have issues with pets, smoking or a pretty well used area.

Medium range $185 per night class A RV example-

2015 thor ace RV

2015 thor ace RV kitchen

2015 Thor Ace

  • Class A Motor Home
  • Sleeps 8
  • Length 30 ft.
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes

Amenities- In Dash Air Conditioning, Roof Air Conditioning, Refrigerator, Kitchen Sink, Microwave, Range (Stove), Shower, Hot & Cold Water Supply, Toilet, Bathroom Sink, T.V., DVD Player, AM/FM Radio, iPod Docking Station, Rear Vision Camera, Navigation, Slide Out, Seat Belts, Fire Extinguisher, Electric Generator, CD Player.

Rental for this unit is $185.00 per day, $1,165.00 per Week or $4,720.00 per month. There is a 2 nights minimum.

For an extra $55 per night this one is a huge improvement. In the pictures, everything looks clean and well kept. The countertops are faux granite.

 

High range $350 per night class A RV example-

class a motorhome rental

class a motorhome rental kitchen

2018 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE 36F

  • Class A Motor Home
  • Sleeps 10
  • Length 38 ft.
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: Ford Triton V10
  • Fuel Consumption: 6 miles per gallon

Amenities- Electric generator, range (stove), cd player, fire extinguisher, refrigerator, kitchen sink, rear vision camera, roff air conditioning, shower, ipod docking station, navigation, T.V’s, toilet, seat belts, microwave, bathroom sink, slide out, in dash air conditioning, DVD player, AM/FM radio, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $350.00 per day, $2,200 per Week or $5,000 per month. There is a three nights minimum.

  • 150 miles per night included with rental
  • Unlimited generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Tax: 8.25%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $2,000.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.35/mile
  • Cleaning Fee: $250.00
  • Insurance: $39.95/day (sales tax not included)

This one is top of the line, new and as nice as can be. The downside is all the extra costs that are incurred on top of the $350 per night rate and if you go over the daily limits then the cost will really explode.

There is an excess milage fee of .35 per mile, a cleaning fee (usually only charged if you leave it dirty) and insurance is not included in the rental price.

This is a perfect example of why you need to scroll all the way down in the Rv rental details and read everything. Most RV’s do not have these extra fees or limits but if you want to rent an almost brand new top of the line RV, you can expect this sort of thing.

How much does it cost to rent a class C RV?

Class C RV’s usually offer the same amenities as the class A but with much less room. You can still get 4 or 5 people pretty comfortably, but it might be a bit crowded. The upside is you will not need as big of a lot to park, and you will get a little better gas mileage for the most part.

The prices on these seem to range according to size and age as well. The prices overall ranged from $100 per day to $340. The average price was about $150.

The models that were older will run on average about $150 per day.

The newer models, as well as some of the bigger models, will run between $175 to $300 per night. The average was about $225.

The most expensive class C was $340 per day, but we found plenty of equivalent models that were renting for $150 to $180 per day.

If you would like to check the current availability and prices of class C RV’s on RVshare click here.

Low range $155 per night class C RV example-

2005 Jayco Escapade

2005 Jayco Escapade kitchen

2005 Jayco Escapade

  • Class C Motor Home
  • Sleeps 6
  • Length 28 ft.
    • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: Ford Triton v-10
  • Fuel Consumption: 8 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- Electric generator, roof air conditioner, microwave, range (stove), shower, bathroom sink, iPod docking station, fire extinguisher, in-dash air conditioning, refrigerator, T.V., DVD player, kitchen sink, toilet, AM/FM radio, rear vision camera, seat belts, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $155.00 per day, $950.00 per Week or $3925.00 per month. There is a 3 nights minimum.

  • 175 miles per night included with rental
  • 4 hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.40/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $0.40/hour
  • Insurance: $24.95/day (sales tax not included)

This rv rental looks pretty good for $155 per day. You will not get top of the line quality but if it’s simply trip it would be perfect. As you can see this one does not include the insurance in the price of the rental and has mileage and generator limits.

Medium range $175 per night class C RV example-

2014 Thor Motor Coach chateau

2014 Thor Motor Coach chateau kitchen

2014 Thor Motor Coach Chateau

  • Class C Motor Home
  • Sleeps 8
  • Length 28 ft.
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes

Amenities- Refrigerator, in dash air conditioning, roof air conditioning, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, T.V., fire extinguisher, seat belts, electric generator, slide out, navigation, rear vision camera, Cd player, AM/FM radio, DVD player.

Rental for this unit is $175.00 per day, $1,103.00 per Week or $4,463.00 per month. There is a 1-night minimum.

  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Four hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.40/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $3.00/hour
  • toll pass: $40.00
  • Insurance: $24.95/day (sales tax not included)

Optional fees

  • RV cleaning: $125.00
  • Gray/Black water dumping: $25.00
  • vehicle storage: $20.00/night
  • Early/Late/Sunday pick up drop off: $50.00

For $20 more per night than the low range example, this would be a pretty good deal. Also, there are several services that they will do for you for a small extra fee. This includes cleaning and grey water disposal.

Again, insurance is not included in the rental price and there both mileage and generator usage limits. Be sure that you always take these extra fees into account.

High range $244.00 per night class C RV example-

2018 Winnebago Navion 24D

2018 Winnebago Navion 24D

2018 Winnebago Navion 24D

  • Class C Motor Home
  • Sleeps 6
  • Length 26 ft.
    • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: 3.0L 6-cylinder, 188-hp, turbo-diesel engine, 5-speed automatic tip-shift transmission, 220-amp. alternator
  • Fuel Consumption: 14 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- Shower, range (stove), microwave, seat belts, slide out, navigation, rear vision camera, DVD player, Cd player, AM/FM radio, in-dash air conditioning, roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, T.V., fire extinguisher, electric generator.

Rental for this unit is $244.00 per day, $1,537.00 per Week or $6,222.00 per month. There is a 2-night minimum.

  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Two hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Tax: 7.75%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.35/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $10.00/hour
  • Insurance: $34.95/day (sales tax not included)

Optional services

  • Dumping Fee: $50.00
  • Fuel Fee: $80.00
  • Cleaning Fee: $100.00
  • Smoking/Pet Fee: $500.00
  • Late Pick up/Drop Off Fee: $50.00
  • Lost Key or Key Fob: $700.00

This RV is very nice but the limits on miles and generator time are lower than most others. Also, the insurance is not included in the rental fee.

Going over on these limits could add up and if you do not clean up, dump the grey water, or a few other things you may get hit hard with additional fees.

How much does it cost to rent a class B Camper Van?

If you need something that has much better gas mileage and not as much room, this may be the answer for you.

The downside is you lose a ton of room and accommodations. Most of these vans have a sleeping area and some kind of small kitchen area. Most do not have a restroom area, but there are a couple of exceptions.

Prices were pretty wide-ranging here as well going from $97 per day up to $300. The average was in the $180 to $190 range.

The prices do not seem to have anything to do with age or size on these. We found some that were pretty nice down in the $150 to $170 per day range. For that matter, some of these were just as good as the ones running $300 per day.

I wouldn’t recommend one of these for more than two people. For the most part, there isn’t much room, and the kitchens are very small.

They would, however, be great for a couple traveling and camping across the country or some other similar situation.

If you would like to check the current availability and prices of class B camper vans on RVshare click here

Low range $97 per night example-

2012 Maverick Campervan

2012 Maverick Campervan Denver layout

2012 Maverick Campervan Denver

 

  • Class B Camping Van
  • Sleeps 4
  • Length 17 ft.
  • 7 Day Minimum Required!
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Fuel Consumption: 19 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- Range (stove), CD player, refrigerator, kitchen sink, seat belts, in dash air conditioner, AM/FM radio.

Rental for this unit is $97.00 per day, $679.00 per Week or $2,623.00 per month. There is a 7 nights minimum.

100 miles per night included with rental

The is a basic liability insurance included with this rental. Also, at the time that we looked this up the nightly rate was $97.00 per night but there is a chart showing this varies by the time of year. The low rate was $59.00 per night up to $154.00 per night. Just be sure to check the prices before deciding on this camper van rental.

Medium range $175 per night example-

2010 Winnebago Era 170x

2010 Winnebago Era 170x inside

2010 Winnebago Era 170x

  • Class B Camping Van
  • Sleeps 2
  • Length 24 ft.
    • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: 3 Liter Turbo Diesel By Mercedes
  • Fuel Consumption: 20 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- In-dash air conditioning, roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, iPod docking station, rear vision camera, navigation, seat belts, fire extinguishers, CD player, microwave.

Rental for this unit is $175.00 per day, $1,075.00 per Week. There is a seven nights minimum.

  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.35/mile
  • Insurance: $24.95/day (sales tax not included)
  • 150 miles per night included with rental

Optional

  • RV Delivered & Picked Up at Your Location: $75.00
  • Free Pickup – Dropoff: $0.00
  • Fuel Charge: $40.00
  • Cleaning Fee: $100.00

There is a lot that we like about this one. First it has a stand up shower. Many of these do not have this included. Second the diesel engine gets 20mpg. This is fantastic gas mileage.

Another great perk to this one is you get it with many things stocked like cups and plates. It also comes with clean sheets and blankets. The reviews were very high on the owners.

High range $245.00 per night example-

2018 Winnebago Travato

2018 Winnebago Travato inside

2018 Winnebago Travato

  • Class B Camping Van
  • Sleeps 2
  • Length 21 ft.
    • Transmission: Automatic
  • Cruise Control: Yes
  • Power Steering: Yes
  • Engine: Dodge V6
  • Fuel Consumption: 21 miles per gallon
  • Fresh Water Tank: Yes

Amenities- Electric generator, roof air conditioning, microwave, range (stove), Cd player, bathroom sink, shower, navigation, fire extinguisher, in-dash air conditioner, DVD player, T.V., refrigerator, kitchen sink, toilet, AM/FM radio, rear vision camera, seat belts, cold and hot water supply.

Rental for this unit is $245.00 per day, $1,715.00 per Week. There is a 4 nights minimum.

  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • 4 hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Tax: 4.00%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $1,500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.42/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $5.00/hour
  • Standard Cleaning: $150.00
  • Insurance: $24.95/day (sales tax not included)

optional fees

  • Waste Dump: $150.00
  • Excessive cleaning: $200.00

As with the medium range rental this one gets fantastic gas mileage. Looks like everything two people would need to take a nice trip just about anywhere.

How much does it cost to rent a travel trailer?

If you have any kind of vehicle, then a travel trailer will give you the most bang for your buck. These trailers range in size and features, but most will have most of the creature comforts of home.

There are many advantages of travel trailers including better gas mileage and the ability to leave it on site and still have a vehicle to get around in.

The price range was pretty wide going with a 2011 Sunnybrook trailer for $60 per day to a 2017 Jayco going at $270 per day. The median price per day came it at around $125 per day.

Just about all the different sizes and options could be found at the $125 per day price range.

We would suggest that you know the towing limits of your vehicle and then find the one that has what you want. It looks like for $125 to $135 per day you will be able to find what you need.

If you would like to check the current availability and prices of travel trailers on RVshare click here.

Low range $90 per night example-

2015 Prime Time Avenger

2015 Prime Time Avenger kitchen

2015 Prime Time Avenger

  • Travel Trailer
  • Sleeps 8
  • Length 26 ft.
  • Large pass-through storage in the front.
    Two propane tanks, propane not included
    Power Awning
    Outside speakers connect to inside CD player/radio.
    Sewer hose stored in bumper
    Fresh water tank.

Amenities- Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, DVD player, AM/FM radio, T.V., CD player, slide out, fire extinguisher.

Rental for this unit is $90.00 per night, $567.00 per Week. There is a two nights minimum.

  • Refundable damage deposit: $150.00
  • Insurance: $14.95/day (sales tax not included)
  • Pet Fee: $50.00
  • Sewer Dump Fee: $150.00

Travel trailers give you a great bang for your buck. As you can see by this example, you can get a lot more than if you rent a motorized camper. This is the perfect option for anyone who has the towing ability for one of these campers.

Medium range $114 per night example-

2017 Wildwood 28DBUD

2017 Wildwood 28DBUD kitchen

 2017 Wildwood 28DBUD

 

  • Travel Trailer
  • Sleeps 7
  • Length 28 ft.
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After: 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By: 11:00 AM

Amenities- Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, toilet, hot and cold water supply, bathroom sink, T.V., DVD player, AM/FM radio, Cd player, slide out, fire extinguisher.

Rental for this unit is $114.00 per night, $684.00 per Week, $2,395.00 per month. There is a two nights minimum.

  • Tax: 4.50%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Insurance: $14.95/day (sales tax not included)

Optional fees

    • Delivery, Setup and Retrieval within 50 Miles: $150.00
    • Additional Mileage on Delivery (Each over 50): $3.50
    • Pet Stain Cleanup Fee: $50.00

    Even at $114 per night this is a great deal. A newer trailer that is clean. It is important to make sure that the vehicle that you are using can handle the weight of a travel trailer.

    High range $140.00 per night example-

    2018 Keystone Summerland 3030BH

    2018 Keystone Summerland 3030BH kitchen

2018 Keystone Summerland 3030BH

  • Travel Trailer
  • Sleeps 10
  • Length 35 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 9:00 AM

Amenities- Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, T.V., DVD player, AM/FM radio, iPod docking station, slide out, fire extinguisher.

Rental for this unit is $140.00 per night, $850.00 per Week, $2,200.00 per month. There is a two nights minimum.

This is about as nice as it gets on travel trailers and at $140 per night, the price is excellent. If you are renting for a month, this one is actually less monthly than the medium price range trailer.

How much does a 5th wheel camping trailer cost to rent?

If you have a fifth wheel, then you can get all the same perks as a class A motorhome and still have the ability to leave the site in your vehicle. These trailers have tons of room and all the amenities of a small apartment including decent kitchens, a separate bedroom, and a decent sized living area.

There was a vast deviance in prices. The low end came in around $75 per day for trailers manufactured around 2006 and the high range coming in at $230 per day for models that were only slightly newer. The average price came in around at about $130 to $140 per day.

We are confident that you will be able to find the right size trailer with all the amenities that you want in the $140-$150 price range or lower.

If you would like to check the current availability and prices of 5th wheel trailers on RVshare click here

Low range $80 per night example-

2008 Forest River 295RLT

2008 Forest River 295RLT

 

 

  • Fifth Wheel
  • Sleeps 4
  • Length 35 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 6:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 6:00 PM

Amenities- range (stove), CD player, fire extinguisher, refrigerator, kitchen sink, roof air conditioner, shower, T.V., toilet, microwave, bathroom sink, slide out, DVD player, AM/FM stereo, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $80.00 per night, $500.00 per Week, $1,800.00 per month. No minimum nights listed.

  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Tax: 8.25%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $3,000.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.65/mile

This is a very nice trailer for only $80 per night, but the $3000 deposit seems a little high.

Medium range $130 per night example-

2013 Forest River SE276BHOK

2013 Forest River SE276BHOK kitchen

2013 Forest River SE276BHOK

 

  • Fifth Wheel
  • Sleeps 8
  • Length 42 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 9:00 AM

Amenities- Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, T.V., DVD player, AM/FM stereo, CD player, iPod docking station, slide out, fire extinguisher.

Rental for this unit is $130.00 per night, $870.00 per Week, $2,400.00 per month. Minimum two nights.

  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Four hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.
  • Tax: 8.25%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.35/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $3.00/hour
  • Insurance: $24.95/day (sales tax not included)

optional fees

  • Delivery Fee: $175.00
  • Cleaning Fee: $75.00

Pretty standard fees and charges. This is a very nice rental for the price.

High range $200 per night example-

2015 Grand Design Solitude2015 Grand Design Solitude

 

  • Fifth Wheel
  • Sleeps 8
  • Pet-Friendly: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 9:00 AM

None of the amenities were listed.

Simply listed as $200 per night with a minimum of 2 nights.

How much does it cost to rent a toy hauler camping trailer?

Have some four-wheelers or dirt bikes you want to take camping? Then a toy hauler is an answer for you.

With a lot less selection than the other models, we were surprised to find that these trailers were very well priced per day. Most toy haulers have all the same options as a regular camping trailer but with room for your toys. Most include one or two bedrooms, a living area, bathroom, and kitchen.

We were surprised that toy hauler trailers only range from $69 per day to $150 per day. The average price was about $130 for a medium sized trailer and only about $150 for the large-sized trailers.

We highly recommend these if you want to take an ATV, motorcycle or even bicycles camping. The prices were much lower than we anticipated.

If you would like yo check prices on toy haulers in your area, then check out RVshare click here

Low range $90 per night example-

2002 Carson funrunner2002 Carson funrunner rear inside

2002 Carson Fun Runner

  • Sport Utility
  • Sleeps 6
  • Length 24 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 5:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 5:00 PM

Amenities- Roof air conditioner, microwave, range (stove), shower, Cd player, fire extinguisher, refrigerator, T.V., DVD player, kitchen sink, toilet, AM/FM radio, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $90.00 per night, $500.00 per Week, $975.00 per month — minimum two nights.

  • Tax: 5.40%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $500.00
  • Unlimited generator usage included with rental for free.

Optional Fees

  • Gas Grill: $25.00
  • Bed Sheets and Towels: $30.00
  • Cleaning Fee (If the unit is not clean when returned, $100 will be deducted from the deposit): $100.00
  • Dump fee: $75.00
  • Set up at your site (Don’t have a truck? I will set it up and pick up for you at your site, within 50 miles of Denver or Colo Springs): $450.00

I recently rented a toy hauler very similar to this one to take my kids and their 4 wheelers to Little Sahara recently. If you don’t mind something a little older then the prices are great one this rental. For a small fee they even give you options for bed sheets and towels, grey water dumping and more.

Medium range $135 per night example-

2018 Dutchman Coleman Lantern 250

2018 Dutchman Coleman Lantern 250 inside back end

2018 Dutchman Coleman Lantern 250

 

  • Sport Utility
  • Sleeps 8
  • Length 25 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By: 9:00 AM

Amenities – Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, range (stove), shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, T.V., fire extinguisher, iPod docking station, CD player, AM/FM radio, DVD player, electric generator.

There are a lot of extra provided with this rental.

  • Clean linens (bed sheets)
  • Pots, pans, necessary cooking utensils
  • Toilet paper and hand soap
  • Full propane (last average eight days)
  • First Aid Kit
  • 4 Camping chairs
  • Folding Table
  • Leveling Blocks and wheel chocks
  • Grill if SPECIFICALLY asked for ahead of time.
  • Weight Distribution Hitch (if needed and asked for ahead of time)
  • Refundable damage deposit: $1,000.00
  • Insurance: $14.95/day (sales tax not included)
  • Unlimited generator usage included with rental for free.

Rental for this unit is $135.00 per night, $900.00 per Week, $3,500.00 per month — minimum three nights.

Optional fees

  • Cleaning Fee -$75- If returned clean enough to rent to next guest, You Will not be charged: $75.00
  • Black/ Grey Tank Dump -$125- Dump yourself, and you will not be charged: $125.00

This is the perfect rental in the mid-range. Clean and we love that they add some extras for free.

High range $147 per night example-

2011 Keystone Raptor 300MP Toy Hauler

 

  • Sport Utility
  • Sleeps 7
  • Length 35 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 12:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 12:00 PM

Amenities- Roof air conditioning, refrigerator, kitchen sink, microwave, shower, hot and cold water supply, toilet, bathroom sink, DVD player, AM/FM radio, CD player, iPod docking station, rear vision camera, slide out, fire extinguisher, generator, T.V., range (stove).

  • Tax: 7.25%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $750.00
  • Excess mileage: $1.00/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $4.00/hour
  • Cleaning Fee: $75.00
  • Drop off / Set Up / Pick up: $200.00
  • Insurance: $14.95/day (sales tax not included)
  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Four hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.

Optional Fees.

  • Pet Fee: $15.00/night
  • Fuel Station: $4.00
  • Dump Fee: $50.00

Rental for this unit is $147.00 per night, $900.00 per Week, $3,000.00 per month — minimum three nights.

If you get this at the weekly or monthly rates, it is cheaper than the medium range option.

How much does it cost to rent a pop-up trailer?

If you want to take a small vehicle that doesn’t have a large tow capacity, then a pop-up trailer is for you. While the space may be a lot more limited than a traditional camping trailer but you can get all the same basic amenities.

These usually come with two sleeping areas as well as a living area that usually have some sort of small kitchen built in. As far as restrooms or showers go, pop-ups will sometime include one or both, but some do not have either.

The average rental prices on a pop-up trailer are very reasonable ranging from $45 per day to $100 per day.

The prices and options vary widely so be sure to check each listing to make sure you get everything you want.

If you would like to check the current availability and prices of pop-up trailers on RVshare click here.

Low range $59 per night example-

2004 Coleman fleetwood utah

2004 Coleman fleetwood utah inside

2004 Coleman Fleetwood Utah

 

  • Folding Trailer
  • Sleeps 7
  • Length 12 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 9:00 AM

Amenities- Roof air conditioner (updated), slide out, fire extinguisher, refrigerator, T.V., kitchen sink, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $59.00 per night, $350.00 per Week, $800.00 per month. Minimum two nights.

  • Refundable damage deposit: $800.00
  • Insurance: $9.95/day (sales tax not included)

This is a perfect example of a pop-up trailer that does not have a toilet or shower. For the price, you can bring portable versions of either one.

Check out our article- How to shower while camping for great ideas for camping shower. Click here.

Medium range $75 per night example-

2016 Forest River Rockwood

2016 Forest River Rockwood

 

  • Folding Trailer
  • Sleeps 6
  • Length 19 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 5:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 12:00 PM

Amenities- Fire extinguisher, refrigerator, kitchen sink, roof air conditioner, shower, toilet, AM/FM radio, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $75.00 per night, $525.00 per Week, $2,000.00 per month — minimum two nights.

  • Tax: 7.00%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $150.00
  • Excess mileage: $0.25/mile
  • Excess generator usage: $5.00/hour
  • Insurance: $14.95/day (sales tax not included)
  • 100 miles per night included with rental
  • Six hours per night generator usage included with rental for free.

If you want to pay a little more, you can get a model like this with a shower and toilet.

High range $85 per night example-

2015 Jayco Jay Series 1207UD

2015 Jayco Jay Series 1207UD

  • Folding Trailer
  • Sleeps 7
  • Length 12 ft.
  • Pet-Friendly: No
  • Wheelchair Accessible: No
  • Smoking Allowed: No
  • Delivery: No
  • Pick Up Anytime After 3:00 PM
  • Drop Off By 11:00 AM

 

Amenities- Range (stove), fire extinguisher, refrigerator, kitchen sink, roof air conditioner, shower, hot and cold water supply.

Rental for this unit is $85.00 per night, $675.00 per Week, $2,400.00 per month — minimum two nights.

  • Tax: 6.00%
  • Refundable damage deposit: $1,500.00
  • Insurance: $9.95/day (sales tax not included)

optional fees

  • Towels & bed linens: $20.00
  • Charcoal grill & fire starter chimney: $15.00
  • Pans: $10.00
  • Heated beds: $10.00

This is a nice trailer, but for the money, I would go in the medium range as this one has a shower but no toilet. Again there are different options, pricing, and availability all the time.

What to look for in your rental.

When looking at a rental online be sure always to read all the options for each camper you are looking at.

Be sure to compare prices and amenities as you can usually find what you want for a great price.

Be sure to check all the photos on a listing. This will give you a great idea of the size and condition of items like your cooking area, restroom, shower, etc.

I can tell you without a doubt that most expensive rentals are not always the newest model nor does it mean they have more options. Again be sure to compare listings.

All the examples were looked up at the time of this article being written. Prices and availability can change, so please be sure to check the current rates t RVshare.

Here’s a link to their site.  RVshare click here

Camper insurance.

Almost any place that rents out campers will require the camper to be covered under insurance. Some car insurance policies may cover campers but some will not.

The good news is each any good camper rental site will offer insurance.

If you use RVshare.com most of the rentals will already have insurance included in the price but if they do not here is a price chart from their site.

rv insurance rates

The bonus of using Rvshare is that roadside assistance is included on all rentals.

Ready to rent an RV? Then be sure to check out RVshare.com. Click here to go to their site.

Please keep in mind that prices and availability change daily. So always check for current availability and rates.

Rickie Arms

Hi, I'm Rickie Arms, owner of Glampingorcamping.com. I am so invested in writing the best and most informative articles for you that I went out and bought a travel trailer just so I could write about it for you. I spend just about all of my off time both camping and glamping so I can share everything I have learned and will learn with you. I have spent my whole life camping and over the last 10 years, I have spent a large amount of time checking out glamping experiences with my wife and kids as well. Thank you for coming by and we hope to see you back here getting great information in the future. Rick Arms-

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