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2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 2
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14.0 miles from Minneapolis, MN
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Coleman lantern Latern LT

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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12.4 miles from Minneapolis, MN
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Jayco Jay Flight 287 bhs

Jayco Jay Flight 287 bhs

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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17.0 miles from Minneapolis, MN
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Palomino P-Series 280

Palomino P-Series 280

2011 / Pop-up Camper
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Sleeps 5
6.1 miles from Minneapolis, MN
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Forest River RV Ibex 19MBH

Forest River RV Ibex 19MBH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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17.3 miles from Minneapolis, MN
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Minneapolis, Minnesota

RVing in the US and Canada has never been easier than it is today as there are more choices than ever when it comes to renting motorhomes and travel trailers. Not only are these vehicles outfitted with the basics, but many also feature five-star amenities. The right vehicle for your next Minneapolis RV rental is easy to find on RVshare, an online platform designed to bring private RV owners and potential renters together. Following is a brief description of the different types of RVs and camper rentals in Minneapolis that are available to set you on the right path.

RV Classes. What sets Class A, B, and C RVs apart from travel trailers is that they are self-powered. You don’t need a tow vehicle, and this is preferred by some people. They come in sizes perfect for two people, and some models are ideal for groups of 8 to 12. Class A RVs are the largest and are outfitted with state-of-the-art amenities. 

Travel Trailers. Travel trailers require a tow vehicle, and many people prefer this setup because it means you can unhitch your trailer, set up camp and have your car or truck to drive around sightseeing. 

Fifth wheels. These are the largest and most spacious RVs and are known for slide-out rooms and high ceilings. The master bedroom is situated over the truck in a unique tow-level design. They are similar to Class A RVs as they can also be lavishly appointed. 

Hybrid trailers. This type of vehicle is a cross between a travel trailer and a pop-up camper. They are lighter than fifth wheels. They still have all the necessary amenities.

Truck campers. The trailer sits on the back of the truck. This option is convenient in that you still have all the benefits of a traditional trailer, and, at the same time, your truck can still tow a boat. 

Pop-up campers. Also known as folding campers, these can expand once you’ve parked. Pop-up camper rentals in Minneapolis are inexpensive to operate, lightweight and easy to maneuver.

Toy Haulers. As the name implies, these vehicles are used to haul your toys on your travels whether it’s jet skis, snowmobiles, motorcycles or ATVs.

RV Campgrounds Near Minneapolis, Minnesota

If you have to keep your RV vacation short, then it’s a good idea to thoroughly research all the campgrounds in or near Minneapolis, so you can plan your stops wisely and have a perfect trip. Town & Country RV Park and Campground is worth considering because service is excellent, and it’s maintained well. There’s a heated pool, a playground, a store on-site for groceries and all the other essentials you want when you’re camping.

US National & State Parks Nearby Minneapolis

There are six incredibly beautiful national parks in Minnesota: Pipestone National Monument, Voyageurs National Park, St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, Mississippi National River & Recreation Area (passes right through the Minneapolis), Grand Portage National Monument and North Country National Scenic Trail. 

In addition to the parks, Minnesota is home to two large national forests. The Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness in the Superior National Forest is known throughout the world as a pristine canoeing destination. Chippewa National Forest is over 666,000 acres and has 1,300 lakes to explore. Between them, there are hundreds of places to camp, fish, hike, and boat. 

RV Storage Facilities in Minneapolis, Minnesota

It’s nice to be able to park your Minneapolis RV rental in a protected space when you know you won’t need it for a while. This protects it from the elements and possibly from being vandalized. Some of the RV storage options in and nearby Minneapolis include:

  • Surelock RV Storage in Grove Heights
  • MPLS Storage and Acorn Mini Storage (for smaller vehicles) in Minneapolis
  • Lake Region Storage in St Paul

Dumpstations Near Minneapolis

Keeping your RV rental in Minneapolis in top shape is important, and this includes emptying gray and black water in a timely manner. You should not find this an issue as there are several places near Minneapolis where you can do this, including:

  • South Transfer Station on 20th Ave. S., Minneapolis
  • RV Dump Station on Ipava Ave., Lakeville
  • SKB Malcolm Ave. Transfer Station in Minneapolis
  • Veit Disposal Transfer Station on W. Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul  

It’s Almost Independence Day, Take Your Family on an RV Trip!

If you have not already planned your 4th of July weekend, you may find RVshare’s trip planner a useful tool. The celebrations that the Twin Cities, which include Minneapolis and St. Paul, put on for America’s birthday are worth a trip. There’s music, family events and fireworks at Downtown Riverfront, and Fuller Park has a parade you can participate in as well as games, prizes, and food.

Across the pond, CHS Field also has games, parades, music, and fireworks. Historic Fort Snelling celebrates Independence Day in an old-fashioned style with a mock battle, cannon salutes, military dress parades, and historical games. 

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Twin Cities together make up the largest city in the US and form a great example of a thriving American city. Whether you’re looking for culture, nature, modern marvels, art or sporting events, the city has something for you. 

Minnehaha Regional Park to the southeast of the city is home to a 35-foot waterfall and other beautiful sites. Minneapolis Institute of Art offers free admission and public tours. The Institute gives you the opportunity to see art from a variety of cultures. Weisman Art Museum is an amazing architectural sight in itself. The collection of art is primarily American modern art. The Children’s Theatre Company has plays and theater arts training programs to inspire the younger generation. Plays take place from January to June and are enjoyable for all ages. 

Sports and Entertainment Near Minneapolis, Minnesota

Downtown Minneapolis hosts professional teams in all major sports categories. If you’re there to watch the Minnesota Vikings, take a tour of their new home, the U.S. Bank Stadium. Once you catch a Twin’s game, you can try out the pub experience and go to Kieran’s Irish Pub or Brit’s Pub & Eating Establishment. For a bird’s-eye view of Minneapolis, head to Prohibition for cocktails. It’s located on the 27th floor of the historic Foshay Tower.

Highways in or Near Minneapolis, Minnesota

Interstate 35 is a north-south highway in Minnesota that passes through Downtown Minneapolis. The I-94 connects Fergus Falls, Minneapolis, Moorhead, Saint Paul, St. Cloud and Alexandria.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Minneapolis, MN

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Minneapolis?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Minneapolis, MN, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Minneapolis?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Minneapolis from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Minneapolis?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Minneapolis, MN

National Parks Near Minneapolis, MN

State Parks Near Minneapolis, MN

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Minneapolis, MN

Road Trips Starting from Minneapolis, MN

RV Dump Stations Near Minneapolis, MN
There is a lot of city action happening in Minneapolis, and it is the perfect place to pick up supplies as well as take in some city life. You'll find more than a couple of free Minnesota dump stations in the area as well as some options that charge a fee.
RV Storage Near Minneapolis, MN
As Minnesota’s biggest city, Minneapolis is home to some pretty cool RV road trip destinations. If you’re in the area, sign up for the Indoor Minneapolis Skyway Food Tour or try the Prison Break Escape Room. The city is also great for RV storage should you need to park your rig for a short or long stint. Keep reading for a list of RV storage Minneapolis options. You can count on all of the following options, which are listed in no particular order, to be secure and reasonably priced. Some facilities offer indoor and covered RV storage in Minneapolis, which is recommended for the snowy winters. 
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