RV Rentals Birmingham, Alabama

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Heartland Prowler 320BH
2020 Travel Trailer

Heartland Prowler 320BH

Sleeps 11 36.0ft
18.9 miles from Birmingham, AL
(5)
$120 /night
Keystone RV Hideout Single Axle 176BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Hideout Single Axle 176BH

Sleeps 6 21.0ft
4.9 miles from Birmingham, AL
(8)
$127 /night
Sunset Park RV Sunray 139
2021 Travel Trailer

Sunset Park RV Sunray 139

Sleeps 2 15.0ft
9.8 miles from Birmingham, AL
(5)
$105 /night
Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2755BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2755BH

Sleeps 9 36.0ft
16.0 miles from Birmingham, AL
(4)
$127 /night
Thor Motor Coach ACE 33.1
2020 Class A Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach ACE 33.1

Sleeps 7 34.0ft
12.1 miles from Birmingham, AL
(6)
$400 /night
Keystone RV Alpine 3600RS
2015 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Alpine 3600RS

Sleeps 6 39.0ft
6.5 miles from Birmingham, AL
(20)
$149 /night
Airstream RV Interstate Interstate Ext Lounge
2014 Class B Camping Van

Airstream RV Interstate Interstate Ext Lounge

Sleeps 2 24.0ft
4.7 miles from Birmingham, AL
(10)
$249 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee 255S
2021 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Cherokee 255S

Sleeps 8 42.0ft
16.7 miles from Birmingham, AL
(15)
$160 /night
Jayco Jay Flight SLX 174BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 174BH

Sleeps 5 21.8ft
7.5 miles from Birmingham, AL
(5)
$139 /night
Coachmen RV Leprechaun 230FS Ford 350
2021 Class C Motor Home

Coachmen RV Leprechaun 230FS Ford 350

Sleeps 4 26.0ft
11.8 miles from Birmingham, AL
(6)
$239 /night
Cruiser MPG 2750BH
2019 Travel Trailer

Cruiser MPG 2750BH

Sleeps 10 32.0ft
5.2 miles from Birmingham, AL
(8)
$101 /night
Heartland Mallard 27
2021 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 27

Sleeps 6 30.0ft
5.2 miles from Birmingham, AL
(2)
$100 /night
Thor Motor Coach Magnitude GA22
2022 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Magnitude GA22

Sleeps 6 22.0ft
17.1 miles from Birmingham, AL
(2)
$216 /night
Palomino Puma 31-FKRK
2022 Travel Trailer

Palomino Puma 31-FKRK

Sleeps 5 38.0ft
18.1 miles from Birmingham, AL
(2)
$149 /night
Winnebago Era 70X
2014 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Era 70X

Sleeps 2 24.0ft
11.0 miles from Birmingham, AL
(2)
$195 /night
Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro 36 UA
2017 Class A Motor Home

Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro 36 UA

Sleeps 7 38.0ft
9.4 miles from Birmingham, AL
(36)
$290 /night
Coachmen RV Clipper Camping Trailers 17CBH
2023 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Clipper Camping Trailers 17CBH

Sleeps 6 20.0ft
16.0 miles from Birmingham, AL
(1)
$120 /night
Coachmen RV Cross Trek 23XG Ford E-350
2021 Class C Motor Home

Coachmen RV Cross Trek 23XG Ford E-350

Sleeps 6 26.0ft
19.1 miles from Birmingham, AL
New Listing New Listing
$249 /night
Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 284BHS
2020 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 284BHS

Sleeps 6 33.0ft
18.0 miles from Birmingham, AL
(4)
$134 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee 26DBH
2023 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee 26DBH

Sleeps 8 31.0ft
3.4 miles from Birmingham, AL
(1)
$120 /night

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Explore Birmingham, Alabama in an RVshare RV Rental

The first settlers in Birmingham were veterans who had served under General Andrew Jackson to defeat the local Native American tribes. Organizers founded this city of about 212,000 in 1871 because it was near one of the largest mineral deposits in the world and the location where two railroad lines met. More people live in Birmingham, Alabama than in any other city in the state.

At the end of the Civil War, many African Americans moved into the area to begin working in the iron industry. During the 1960s, the city was home to major civil rights demonstrations. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested in the city, and he did significant writing from the Birmingham jail. The city has evolved from that era and now boasts one of the world's foremost medical and research facilities, the University of Alabama Birmingham.

Everyone can find something fun to do in Birmingham. Visit the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum if you love old and rare cars. Several historic tours examine the city's industrial past and the Civil Rights movement. If you have children along, they will adore visiting the McWane Science Center and the Birmingham Zoo.

Almost every cuisine in the world is available in Birmingham. Find good Mexican food at El Barrio, great Italian food at Amore Ristorante Italiano, and outstanding soul food at SAW's Soul Kitchen.

Events Near Birmingham, Alabama

  • Oak Mountain State Fair – Enjoy the thrill rides and eat your favorite fair foods at this fair that takes place in Pelham from mid-April through early May.

  • Magic City Brewfest – For over 14 years, people have been heading to Sloss Furnaces, a national historic landmark and museum, in mid-June for this festival featuring craft brews and entertainment.

  • Gumbo Gala – This annual event at the Episcopal Place pits 40 teams of cooks against each other to see who can make the best gumbo, and you can sample the offerings at this festival in late April.

Road Trips Starting from Birmingham, AL

Best National Parks Near Birmingham, AL

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a fantastic place for a camping adventure. The park, which is in Tennessee four hours northeast of Birmingham, has 10 developed campgrounds plus ample opportunities to camp along backcountry trails. Smokemont and Cades Cove campgrounds can accommodate trailers up to 40 feet long. The Cades Cove area is a great option if you want to see wildlife, and it even closes once a week so that people can hike along the cove to view that wildlife. The Smokemont Campground is about six miles north of Cherokee, North Carolina, and it is a fantastic option for those wanting to explore this park and the city of Cherokee.

In addition to being a national park, Mammoth Cave National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve. It is situated in Kentucky four hours and 15 minutes north of Birmingham. While you will want to go on a cave tour, this park also features over 80 miles of hiking trails. The most developed trails are on the park's south side near the visitor's center. You do not need a license to fish at this location, so try your luck catching several of the 80 species of fish that live here. This park is also a fantastic place to go horseback riding on over 60 miles of trails. You can also bring your bike to explore popular trails like the nine-mile-long Mammoth Cave Railroad Bike and Hike Trail or the 9.1-mile-long Big Hollow trail. 

Located in South Carolina almost six hours east of Birmingham, Congaree National Park is a fantastic place for a canoeing adventure. Short day trips and overnight expeditions on the Cedar Creek Canoe Trail are possible. Head to the Harry Hampton Visitor Center, and choose a hiking option to see this park's tall trees. While swampy in places, this park is almost flat, so many trails are easy to hike and they are well marked. While there are no RV campgrounds at this national park, you can go tent camping or stay in one of the nearby private campgrounds.

Popular State Parks Near Birmingham, AL

Oak Mountain State Park is the largest state park in Alabama. This park near Pelham, about 27 minutes south of Birmingham, is also one of the oldest. The state established it on top of Double Oak Mountain in 1927. There are over 50 miles of hiking and biking trails. The Red Trail is often listed as one of the top mountain biking trails globally, and there is also a BMX track. Take a stroll along the boardwalk near the Alabama Wildlife Center to see various birds that cannot be released into the wild because of their injuries. Park rangers stationed at the Oak Mountain Interpretive Center often host educational programs.

An hour and 22 minutes southeast of Birmingham near Delta is Cheaha State Park, which contains the highest point in Alabama. You will love camping at the spacious campground, where you can enjoy views of the Talladega National Forest, which surrounds the park. Start your day with the delicious breakfast buffet at the restaurant before heading out on a hiking adventure.

Wind Creek State Park near Alexander City, which is an hour and a half southeast of Birmingham, is home to one of the largest state-owned campgrounds in the United States. There are 586 campsites available. Anglers will want to fish for crappie, bluegill, and striped bass in Lake Martin. As the day warms up, head to the North Picnic Area to swim.

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Birmingham, AL

Head to Kelly Ingram Park to see the statues showcasing the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. Near the center of the park is a large statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and another statue of Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth is nearby. Learn more about their time in Birmingham by touring the Civil Rights Institute directly across the street from this park. While in the park, look at the many smaller statues that tell the story of events as they unfolded in April and May 1963.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

You should consider camping at the General Lee Marina and Campground on Logan Martin Lake's shores if you love playing on the water. Located 46 minutes southeast of Birmingham, this facility provides three boat ramps and a swimming area. You can also rent kayaks and canoes.

An hour southeast of Birmingham, Logan Landing Cabin and RV Resort has a pool and a boat dock. It offers lakeside camping, and a marina is nearby. 

Another place to camp is the Peach Queen Campground, where the land has been in the owner's family since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. A river runs by the edge of this campground, which is 40 minutes south of Birmingham, and it is a great place to fish.

RV Dump Stations Near Birmingham, AL
Birmingham is the most populous city in Alabama and has a population of nearly 210,000. During the middle of the 20th century, it was the site of a lot of Civil Rights activity. It also boasts such cultural attractions as the Alabama Theatre, the Birmingham Museum of Art, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, and the Southern Museum of Flight. Birmingham thus gets a lot of visitors, including travelers in RVs who need convenient dump stations.

RV Rentals Near Birmingham, AL

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Birmingham, AL

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Birmingham, AL by trip duration?

When renting an RV in Birmingham, AL, you can expect to pay around $250 a night for motorhomes and about $120 a night for travel trailers.

What does RVshare Protection cover with my Birmingham, AL RV rental?

RVshare's protection plan standard package covers up to $300,000 in comprehensive and collision coverage based on the value of the RV. It also includes free 24/7 roadside assistance, towing and tire service. For more information on RVshare insurance, click here.

What do I need to know before renting an RV in Birmingham, AL?

Birmingham, AL has plenty of freeway access to make RV driving a breeze. There are also ample parks, bodies of water and green spaces to explore. Be sure to include time in your plans to explore the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and Vulcan Park and Museum while you're in town.

What are the RV rental requirements in Birmingham, AL?

There is no special license needed to rent an RV, but it never hurts to check state websites if you are unsure about traveling there. and any regulations they may have.

What are some tips for first-time RV renters in Birmingham, AL?

Renting an RV in Birmingham, AL means blue skies, open roads and some epic BBQ. Make sure you have a full tank of gas and plenty of food before you hit the road. Because of the warm climate, you'll find plenty of RV campgrounds with pools and other fun amenities. Busy season is in the summer so book early to get your spot, or in spring or fall to avoid crowds.

What are the minimum age requirements for renting an RV in Birmingham, AL?

The minimum age requirement for renting an RV is 25.

What is included in my Birmingham, AL RV rental?

You should find any amenities that are included with your rental in the listing details. But it never hurts to check in with the owner before you arrive at the RV or have it delivered to ensure you have everything that is needed to have a fun and enjoyable trip!

Are there pet friendly RVs for rent in Birmingham, AL?

Looking for a pet friendly RV rental? Use the pet-friendly filter when searching on RVshare.com to find the perfect one for you!

Can I have my Birmingham, AL RV rental delivered to a specified location?

Many owners on RVshare.com offer delivery, and will even set it up for you at the campsite. Choose the 'Delivery' filter to narrow down your search results to RVs that can be brought to your home or destination. Check the listing details for any information regarding extra fees for delivery, or ask the owner if you are unsure.

Are there one way rental options from Birmingham, AL?

One way rentals can add flexibility to your trip, but there are typically costs associated with returning the RV back to the owner. Learn more about one way rental options at rvshare.com/one-way-rv-rentals.