Exploring the open highways and famous landmarks of the United States doesn't get any easier than renting an RV and roaming. Finding an Ashville RV rental for any occasion is possible on RVshare, the place where RV owners themselves post up rides for rent. Some RVs like the Class A motorcoaches can cost $1 million to buy new. Being able to pay a few thousand dollars to drive one for a week builds memories for a lifetime. Motorhome rentals in Asheville are very popular when it's time to get outdoors.
And if you decide on a Class A motorhome, you will be able to fit your extended family and friends, 8 adults or more, and pamper them in the same luxurious features that they may find on a private jet or yacht.
Their Class C proteges have similar amenities but are built upon a universal pickup truck chassis and molded into one unit. Class B models look more like large, luxurious touring vans and still carry all your basic necessities like toilets, sinks, kitchens, beds, storage, and showers. You can learn even more details about the different RV classes by reading our blog.
Of course, if you already have a strong motor in a heavy-duty pickup truck to tow your RV, our camper rentals in Asheville may be right for you. These campers come in a wide variety to fit every group and budget. And you can always bring an extra tent to stretch bedding if the camper isn't super spacious. Pop-up campers expand to create space out of thin air when you set up camp somewhere. Find an ultralight pop-up camper rental in Asheville on RVshare, and you may even be able to tow it with your car or SUV.
When RVs are not driving on the roads, they have to park at an RV park, storage center, or a parking lot that allows RVs. Most RV owners schedule their stays weeks in advance at campgrounds near their destination and along the route. Asheville Campgrounds host a variety of features that make traveling easier: Wi-Fi, swimming pools, laundry rooms, golf carts, fishing, hunting, hiking, kayaking, rafting, climbing, bathrooms, showers, playgrounds, and even game rooms. Most sites have full hookups including water, sewer, and electricity. They also have security on site to keep down any noise and keep out any unwelcome guests, making them safe for the whole family to run around uninhibited.
You can book a spot at any of the campgrounds listed below:
The primary national park near Asheville is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Take the 40 W from Asheville towards Nashville, TN, and you won't be far from this park. It has a unique Southern Appalachian culture full of wildlife and their unspoiled natural ecosystems.
You can also stand upon a giant sand dune beach at Jockey's Ridge State Park, the highest sand dune on the east coast. There are also numerous other state parks for hiking and rock climbing like Stone Mountain, Crowders Mountain, and South Mountain State Parks. And be sure to check out Goose Creek and Merchants Millpond for eerie water adventures.
Since you can't just park your RV anywhere, RV storage comes in handy as an affordable alternative to traffic citations. Luckily, there are numerous RV storage sites to choose from near Asheville, NC.
Contact any of the following storage facilities to check availability:
Emptying out your RV septic tanks is easy and inexpensive. You can either unload at any of the campsites or at the Lake Powhatan Recreation Center.
It’s Almost Independence Day, Take Your Family on an RV Trip!
Make your Independence Day celebration memorable by booking a campsite reservation in Asheville, NC. You can grill fresh food, listen to live music and explore all the wonders of nature in one of the friendliest areas in the USA.
When you are camping out in Asheville, NC, most of the tourist attractions for RV drivers will be at the campsites themselves. Campsites like Rutledge Lake boast luxurious amenities and a placid paradise for you to go hiking, swimming, boating, and fishing. There are many more, including a place called Asheville Glamping (glamorous camping), which does not provide an address until they confirm your reservation.
If you are spending some time in Asheville, you have to attend the drum circle that is held every Friday night in the downtown Pritchard Park amphitheater. Stepping into the welcoming circle of artists in Asheville will make you feel like you have found your tribe. And if you experience a flashback and hear Pinball Wizard playing in your head, you may want to pop in at the Asheville Pinball Museum. Also, be sure to check out Asheville's famous Juicy Lucy burgers that have melted cheese inside the patty.
When you are in Asheville, you are only moments away from a trip to Nashville on I-40 W. You can take I-95 down to Florida or straight up to New York City. The driving is pretty easy because the roads are straight and flat, no matter which way you go. Interstates 26, 77, and 85 are other major routes that are sure to make your travel plans a whole lot more flexible.