RV Rentals Chester, SC

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Heartland Mallard 335

Heartland Mallard 335

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 4
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16.2 miles from Chester, SC
$124
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Forest River RV Ozark 1650BHK

Forest River RV Ozark 1650BHK

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 7
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56.3 miles from Chester, SC
$99
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Gulf Stream RV Conquest 6237LE

Gulf Stream RV Conquest 6237LE

2021 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 6
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27.5 miles from Chester, SC
$170
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Keystone RV Cougar 368MBI

Keystone RV Cougar 368MBI

2021 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 9
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83.6 miles from Chester, SC
$160
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Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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52.2 miles from Chester, SC
$120
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Popular RV Rentals Near Chester, SC, for Any Budget 

Skip the expensive hotels on your next trip to Chester, SC and the surrounding area, and snag an affordable RV rental instead. You can find a wide selection of late-model RVs and campers within 100 miles of this area for an average daily rental cost of about $120. 

For example, you can rent a 2019 Prime Time RV Avenger camper trailer that sleeps nine for only $75 per night. If you want more amenities, you can lease a Class A Thor Windsport 34J RV that sleeps 10 for $285 per night. Their owners have 5-star ratings, and most will deliver the vehicle to you. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Chester, SC, No Matter the Duration 

The central location and compact nature of Chester make it a great jumping-off point for road trips, whether you're traveling across the country or within the state. The drive from Charlotte to Pigeon Forge, TN offers just over 200 miles of scenic byways and mountain views. There are plenty of RV campgrounds and state parks along the way, so this is a great trip if you have a lot of time to spare. 

The seven-hour journey from Charlotte to Washington, DC, is a must for history buffs. In addition to the sights awaiting you in our nation's capital, you'll pass historic destinations like the Biltmore Estate and adventurous spaces like the kid-friendly Explore More Discovery Museum or Luray Caverns. If you have the urge to explore and time to do it, this is the road trip for you. 

Our third road trip suggestion will take you farther south from Charlotte to Orlando, FL. It's a 12-hour drive, but there are campgrounds along the way that make it easy to take your time and travel over several days. Stop and smell the roses at Savannah Botanical Gardens, see the alligators at the St. Augustine Zoo, or just enjoy the scenery as you make your way toward fun and sun in one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Explore Chester, SC, in an RVshare RV Rental

The county seat of Chester County, this town of just over 5,600 residents was established in 1785. There are many historic points of interest dating back to colonial times, and the current courthouse has been in continual use since it was built in 1852. 

Chester is best known for having the first railroad in the area, which became operational in 1851. You can learn about Chester's railway history and more at the Chester Transportation Museum housed at the original train depot on Wylie Street. Out on Fishing Creek Church Road is the Fishing Creek Creamery, a great place to pick up handmade soaps and farm-fresh goat's milk products. 

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the downtown Chester Historic District is distinguished by its elaborate Victorian-era homes and Monument Square. Visit the graves of Revolutionary War soldiers at the Old Catholic Church and Cemetery or revisit the beginning of the 20th century through the lens of the Henry O. Nichols Photography Collection. For something truly different, the Chester County Historical Society hosts Ghost Tours for small groups. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Charlotte - This big city in North Carolina with the small-town feel is just an hour away from Chester, SC. It's packed with museums, restaurants for every taste and budget, and many historic points of interest.

  • 30+ Full-Service Restaurants
  • 20+ Gas Stations
  • 3 Nearby Rest Areas
  • 4 Nearby State Parks
  • 17 Nearby RV Campgrounds
  • 18 Nearby Dump Stations

Rock Hill - This city is just 19.5 miles north via Saluda Street. There's a great Children's Museum on Main Street, and Glencairn Garden hosts the 10-day BloomFest craft and garden show every spring. 

  • 20+ Full-Service Restaurants
  • 20+ Gas Stations
  • 5 Nearby Rest Areas
  • 12 Nearby State Parks
  • 12 Nearby RV Campgrounds
  • 20 Nearby Dump Stations

Spartanburg - It's known as "The Hub City" for its railways and a central location that makes it easy to reach beaches, mountains, and other popular travel destinations throughout the region. It's just an hour away from Chester on Route 9 N. 

  • 20+ Full-Service Restaurants
  • 19 Gas Stations
  • 10 Nearby Rest Areas
  • 1 State Park
  • 18 Nearby RV Campgrounds
  • 15 Nearby Dump Stations

Best National Parks Near Chester, SC

Chester is less than a day's drive from three national parks, each with its own distinct flavor and attractions. Just over an hour away down I-77 S is Congaree National Park. This protected wetland along the Congaree River features hardwood forests, and it's a great destination for bird-watchers. In fact, the National Audubon Society leads tours on the second Sunday of each month, and kids will love the Owl Prowl. 

The drive from Chester to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a road trip you won't forget and offers some of the region's best scenery. Take a hike in the mountains, fish, or join one of the many organized events. You can reach this location in about three hours from Chester via I-26 W.

If you're more into outdoor adventures like rock climbing or white-water rafting, consider taking the five-hour drive north up I-77 to New River Gorge National Park. This mountainous setting in West Virginia offers a natural canyon to rival the Grand Canyon, panoramic views of the Appalachian Mountains, and miles of marked trails. 

Popular State Parks Near Chester, SC

There are a number of state parks in the region, and some, like Chester State Park, are within minutes of the city of Chester. This is a great location for an impromptu picnic or fishing in the 160-acre lake. 

Speaking of fun on the water, Andrew Jackson State Park is an idyllic 360-acre setting for boating, fishing, and waterskiing on its 20-acre lake. 

Traveling the 41 miles to Blacksburg, SC up SC-97 N takes you to Kings Mountain State Park. This 6,886-acre mecca for outdoor adventure has a campground on-site. The central feature is the traditional 19th-century Piedmont farm with a working blacksmith's shop and cotton gin. There are also miles of hiking trails, or you can rent a canoe to explore the park from the water at your leisure. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Chester, SC

One building that dominates the city skyline in Chester is the Romanesque City Hall and Opera House, built in 1891. The Aaron Burr Rock in downtown Chester marks the spot where the notorious figure made his famous proclamation. History buffs will enjoy a visit to the Chester County Courthouse, a fine example of Georgian architecture with an authentic Civil War cannon on the front lawn. 

Upcoming Events Near Chester, SC

  • Holiday Horse Camp - This is a two-day event in January for kids ages 5 and up that's sponsored by the Gaston Farm Road Equestrian Center. The camp costs $150 per person. Registration and a deposit are required. 
  • Annual AHA Beach Ride - Now in its 41st year, this annual horse-riding event to benefit the American Heart Association runs every November at the Lakewood Campground Resort in Myrtle Beach. Fees vary by age, and a $50 deposit is due at registration. 
  • BloomFest Craft and Garden Fair - This annual 10-day garden and craft show in Rock Hill is hosted by Glencairn Garden every April. 

Popular POI Activities Near Chester, SC

  • Skydive Carolina has one of the few sky-diving schools in the region, and it's located in Chester. 
  • 901 Nightmare is a hiking trail off Mount Holly Road in Edgemoor with a spooky twist every fall.
  • Chester Nature Park is a hidden gem within the town that has 25 miles of nature trails.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

 Combine your love of camping and NASCAR with a stay in nearby Charlotte at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Campground. In addition to races scheduled throughout the year, this campground has 380 campsites, with 30/50 amps and full hookups. Rates start at $31 per day, or you can call for weekly or monthly rates. 

If you're looking for something a little quieter, consider Carowinds Camp Wilderness Resort. This family-friendly RV camping spot has 89 pull-through/back-in spots with full hookups and 30/50 amps. Features include organized events, and there's a grocery store on-site if you need food or supplies. Rates are available by phone.

The Lake Myers RV & Camping Resort is situated on 74 acres, and it has 444 camping sites on its wooded grounds. Pull-through/back-in sites are available with full hookups and 30/50 amps. There is a swimming pool, horseshoe pits, hiking trails, and an on-site grocery store and restaurant. Pricing is available online when you make your reservation. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Chester, SC

Due to the number of campgrounds and RV parks within this area, dump stations are easy to locate. Two of the best are found at the Campground at James Island County Park near Charleston and the KOA near Myrtle Beach. Both are free for registered guests but charge a small fee for visitors who want to use the facilities. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Chester, SC

When it comes time to store your RV until the next adventure, Comfort Storage in Greenville has RV storage for vehicles up to 10 feet by 50 feet. All spaces are located outdoors, but the facility is fenced and has 24/7 security monitoring. Extra Space Storage – Greenville has plenty of room to maneuver large vehicles and extra-wide 12-foot-by-50-foot enclosed spaces.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Chester, SC

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

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 Chester, SC, 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 Chester?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Chester 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 Chester?

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

RV Rentals Near Chester, SC

National Parks Near Chester, SC

State Parks Near Chester, SC

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Chester, SC

Road Trips Starting from Chester, SC

RV Dump Stations Near Chester, SC
Charlotte is the fastest growing and most diverse city in North Carolina. Whether you want to check out the NASCAR museum, dine in luxury, or check out the nearby White Water Olympic Training facility, you're unlikely to run out of activities to do in Charlotte. If you need an RV dump station while you're there, you're in luck as there is no shortage of choice. 
RV Storage Near Chester, SC
Charlotte is one of the South’s jewels. It’s a big city, but it also has a warm, small-town feel, making it a wonderful place to visit during an RV road trip around North Carolina. It’s also an optimal place to tuck your RV away for a while thanks to the many RV storage spots in the area. Ten of the best ones can be found below. They each have something to offer, so they’re listed in random order. If you have any roof leaks in your RV, keep in mind that it rains throughout the year in the area, which may make indoor RV storage Charlotte, NC, a wise choice, especially in the spring.
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