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Idaho - 1377 RV Rentals
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2016 Thor Chateau

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 5

2016 Winnebago Minnie Winnie

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 10

2014 Wildwood X-lite

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2015 Dutchman Aerolite 213RBSL

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 3

2016 Star Craft Air-One Max

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 10

2012 Rockwood Premier A122BH

Folding Trailer / Sleeps 4

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2013 Tiffin Allegro Breeze

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

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2008 Forest River Sunseeker

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

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2016 Forest River FR3

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 8

2015 Itasca Navion 24G

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2017 Airstream Flying Cloud

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2015 Jayco Jay Feather Lite x254

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 7

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2005 Prowler Fleetwood

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 8

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2009 Keystone Sprinter 26BH

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

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2013 Dutchman Coleman 16 bunkhouse

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

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2011 Thor 28 BK

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 4

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2008 Coachman Leprechaun

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 5

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2017 Blazin 24 ft.

Sport Utility / Sleeps 6

2016 Jayco / white hawk

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 8

2007 Winnebago View

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 4

2014 Heartland Silverado

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 9

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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Idaho


Idaho is a state in the northwestern region of the United States. It is the 14th largest, the 39th most populous and 7th least densely populated state in the U.S. Some of the most popular cities include the capital Boise, Nampa, Pocatello, Idaho Falls, and Coeur d’Alene. Idaho’s lakes, rivers, mountains, and forests are breathtaking, making an RV rental Idaho well worth it! About two-thirds of the land is owned by public agencies, with much of that set aside as wilderness and/or for recreation. All of this nature can be enjoyed by hiking, biking, or rafting on a scenic driving tour in an RV rental in Idaho.

Idaho Attractions


The Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls

You will find a variety of exhibits and activities at the Museum of Idaho, most involving the history of science. The museum’s permanent exhibits include “Eagle Rock,” with artifacts and information related to regional life in the 1880s, and “Race for Atomic Power,” which chronicles the region’s contributions to the field of nuclear energy. The Museum of Idaho also offers an ever-changing series of special exhibitions, covering such topics as the human body, the Lewis and Clark expedition, dinosaurs, and insects.

Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve

Lava flows sprawl through the plains of central Idaho, creating unique and interesting scenery, as well as providing a home for rugged plants and wildlife. Begin your visit at the Craters of the Moon visitor center where you’ll learn about the lava landscape through exhibits and film. A loop drive will take you through a portion of the national monument, with frequent stops to explore lava cones, craters, and caves. The Craters of the Moon loop road and trails are popular in winter, offering terrain for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. There are numerous camping sites for a tent trailer rental in Idaho near the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve.

Lake Coeur d’Alene

Located in North Idaho, Lake Coeur d’Alene is long and winding with miles of forested shoreline, sandy beaches, and a myriad of coves and bays that provide a wonderful watery playground for boaters, fishers, and paddlers. The city of Coeur d’Alene sits at the north end of Lake Coeur d’Alene, and offers great shopping, fantastic restaurants, unique lodging, and wonderful parks for RV rentals Idaho. Even if you are not staying overnight, take advantage of the Coeur d’Alene Resort’s facilities and services include a full service spa, world-famous golf course, and a selection of restaurants.

Idaho State Parks / Campgrounds


Bear Lake State Park

Bear Lake State Park is located in a high mountain valley in the extreme southeast corner of Idaho, near the Cache mountain range. At 5,900 feet elevation, the park offers a wide variety of both summer and winter recreation opportunities in a motorhome rental Idaho. Campsites for large groups are available, along with several serviced and standard sites for a motorhome rental in Idaho. A popular destination for water lovers, Bear Lake welcomes about 15,000 campers every year.

Snake River RV Park And Campground

Perfect for an RV rental in Idaho Falls, the Snake River RV Park And Campground is only a mile away from historic downtown area and the greenbelt. It is a great home base if you want to explore the city and its surrounding areas. It has 90 available spaces, 60 of which are full hookup sites with BBQ grills, fire rings, tables, and room for slideouts. Facilities and amenities include heated pool, whirlpool, playground, horseshoes, outdoor games, wi-fi internet access, groceries, RV storage and supplies, restrooms and showers, and laundry facility for a camper rental Idaho. You are welcomed to stay at the Snake River RV Park And Campground at any time of the year.

Blackwell Island RV Resort

Located in the city of Coeur d’Alene, Blackwell Island RV Resort is right on the water! If you want to spend days enjoying water activities, this RV Park is perfect for your needs. It has 182 available full hookup sites with room for slideouts. It can accommodate all types of RV including a travel trailer rental in Idaho. Facilities and amenities include all types of water activities, nature trails, outdoor games, game room, pavilion, recreational hall, horseshoes, playground, wi-fi internet access, fishing guides, staffed and self-service RV wash, restrooms and showers, RV storage and supplies, and laundry facility for your travel trailer rental Idaho. Park season is from April 1 to October 15 for a tent trailer rental Idaho!

Festivals and Events


Lewiston Dogwood Festival

The Lewiston Dogwood Festival takes place in the city of Lewiston every April. It is a month long celebration which features a dog show with more than 180 purebred dogs, a quilt show, work of hand-crafted artisans, lots of gourmet food, beer and wine tasting, auctions, children exhibits, family fun fair, a dogwood concert, and sports events. Learn more about the city and its people at the Lewiston Dogwood Festival.

National Old Time Fiddlers' Contest and Festival

The state of Idaho is known as “The Fiddle Capitol of the World”, and the National Old Time Fiddlers' Contest and Festival held in the city of Weiser every late June, is an affirmation. The festival was established more than 60 years ago, and showcases fiddlers from all over the world competing in what is often called the "Superbowl of Fiddling". This week-long event features live performances of world renowned fiddlers, banjo contests, battle of the bands, raffles, a parade, craft and merchandise vendors, food vendors. Bring the entire family and have lots of fun!

Idaho might be under the radar for most tourists, but if you love traveling the unbeaten path, you will love Idaho! Book a camper rental to Idaho at RVshare and start exploring this magnificent state!

Thank you for choosing RVshare for your RV rental in Idaho!

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