RV Rental Kingsport, TN

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Prime Time RV LaCrosse 3370MB
2018 Travel Trailer

Prime Time RV LaCrosse 3370MB

Sleeps 6 37.0ft
19.2 miles from Kingsport, TN
(8)
$104 /night
Thor Motor Coach Hurricane 34J
2020 Class A Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Hurricane 34J

Sleeps 9 35.0ft
16.5 miles from Kingsport, TN
(8)
$270 /night
Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 263BHXL
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 263BHXL

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
0.8 miles from Kingsport, TN
(17)
$149 /night
Keystone RV Raptor 426TS
2018 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Raptor 426TS

Sleeps 7 43.0ft
4.4 miles from Kingsport, TN
(60)
$185 /night
Highland Ridge RV Open Range OF314RLS
2019 Fifth Wheel

Highland Ridge RV Open Range OF314RLS

Sleeps 4 36.0ft
17.2 miles from Kingsport, TN
(17)
$173 /night
Winnebago Industries Towables Minnie 2455 BHS
2017 Travel Trailer

Winnebago Industries Towables Minnie 2455 BHS

Sleeps 8 27.0ft
3.7 miles from Kingsport, TN
(2)
$100 /night
Forest River RV Vibe 33BH
2019 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Vibe 33BH

Sleeps 8 38.0ft
52.5 miles from Kingsport, TN
(22)
$108 /night
Keystone Outback 291 UBH
2021 Travel Trailer

Keystone Outback 291 UBH

Sleeps 4 34.0ft
3.4 miles from Kingsport, TN
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$109 /night
CrossRoads RV Zinger ZR18RD
2018 Travel Trailer

CrossRoads RV Zinger ZR18RD

Sleeps 4 21.0ft
4.4 miles from Kingsport, TN
(1)
$65 /night
Coachmen RV Catalina Summit Series 7 184BHS
2023 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Catalina Summit Series 7 184BHS

Sleeps 6 23.0ft
13.1 miles from Kingsport, TN
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$94 /night
EAST TO WEST Silverlake 27K2D
2020 Travel Trailer

EAST TO WEST Silverlake 27K2D

Sleeps 9 34.0ft
91.4 miles from Kingsport, TN
(23)
$113 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Sleeps 10 32.0ft
25.1 miles from Kingsport, TN
(14)
$110 /night
Coachmen RV Catalina SBX 291BHS
2019 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Catalina SBX 291BHS

Sleeps 11 34.0ft
8.8 miles from Kingsport, TN
$145 /night
Viking Ultra-Lite 17BH
2016 Travel Trailer

Viking Ultra-Lite 17BH

Sleeps 5 21.0ft
18.0 miles from Kingsport, TN
(1)
$116 /night
Heartland Pioneer BH 270
2019 Travel Trailer

Heartland Pioneer BH 270

Sleeps 6 32.0ft
71.1 miles from Kingsport, TN
(12)
$125 /night
Holiday Rambler Vacationer 36F
2019 Class A Motor Home

Holiday Rambler Vacationer 36F

Sleeps 10 38.0ft
72.1 miles from Kingsport, TN
(21)
$312 /night
Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 31L
2014 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 31L

Sleeps 6 32.0ft
6.5 miles from Kingsport, TN
(15)
$175 /night
Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 15 FK
2021 Travel Trailer

Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 15 FK

Sleeps 2 15.0ft
4.9 miles from Kingsport, TN
$89 /night
Cruiser Enterra E-32BHS
2015 Travel Trailer

Cruiser Enterra E-32BHS

Sleeps 9 35.0ft
9.4 miles from Kingsport, TN
(2)
$119 /night
Forest River RV Prime Time Avenger
2023 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Prime Time Avenger

Sleeps 6 34.0ft
94.0 miles from Kingsport, TN
(8)
$119 /night

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Kingsport, Tennessee, is a small city of about 55,000 people on the shore of the Holston River. Since the late 18th century, the city has been both a center of trade and a producer of paper products and glass. Every July, the Kingsport Fun Fest takes place over a little more than a week, and visitors can ride hot air balloons, attend concerts, and participate in the Kingsport Scavenger Hunt. The New York Mets used to have a minor-league affiliate in Kingsport, Tennessee, but after the pandemic, the team became part of a the collegiate Appalachian League and was renamed the Axmen after Daniel Boone. You can attend their games during the summer too. The pet-friendly Boatyard-Riverfront Park has easy walking trails, picnic areas that include grills, and prime fishing from the multiple fishing piers or from a boat that you launch from one of the two boat ramps. You need a fishing license to fish. The pedestrian suspension bridge is also an interesting attraction. The Riverfront Seafood Company is a popular seafood restaurant in Kingsport, Tennessee. The restaurant provides both vegetarian and vegan options, and it is open for lunch and dinner. The Chop House is Kingsport's steakhouse. It, too, offers vegan and vegetarian options but also includes gluten-free dining choices. For Asian cuisine, try the Thai Noodle House, which also accommodates diners with dietary restrictions. Pizza is also a local favorite at the Main Street Pizza Company, which is the only pizza restaurant in the area that has its own farm.

Campgrounds Near Kingsport, Tennessee

The Warrior's Path State Park RV Campground has 134 RV campsites. Although each campsite has both 30-amp and 50-amp hookups, there are no water or sewer connections. The campground is pet-friendly as long as you keep your pets under control and clean up after them. The on-site pool and hot tub are there for your relaxation. The possible outdoor activities include golf, fishing, and horseshoes. The Bristol/ Kingsport KOA has a pool that's open from the end of May until Labor Day. The campground offers pony rides for your children. Karaoke nights are available for the campers to get together and hang out. The campground presents special events during NASCAR racing season, and it is the busiest time of year at the campground. Therefore, it's best to call ahead. The Rocky Top Campground has 35 RV campsites, eight of which are pull-through. The campground has campsites that will also accommodate large RVs. All of the campsites have full water, sewer, and electrical hookups. The campground offers free Wi-Fi, and the cell service from most major carriers is strong within the park.

State Parks Near Kingsport, Tennessee

Natural Tunnel State Park is just 24 miles away from Kingsport, Tennessee. The interior of the tunnel is eight stories tall, and the tunnel is 850 feet long. The tunnel was formed when the slightly acidic waters of Stock Creek eroded the soft limestone over the millennia. The park around the tunnel covers 909 acres. The park also has seven hiking trails within it, and a couple of them follow the steep hillsides that are the hallmark of the mountains in this area. If you like to fish, then you can catch both trout and several other species in Stock Creek. The David Crockett Birthplace State Park is 105 acres dedicated both to one of Tennessee's most famous people and to life as it existed in the early 19th century. There are hiking trails all throughout the park. The nearby Nolichucky River is great for kayaking or canoeing, and during the summer, this state park provides access to a swimming pool. Birding is popular in the park, especially among hikers. There's a replica cabin of Crockett's home in the park. The road to Roan Mountain State Park is just 49 miles long. The park sits at the foot of Roan Mountain, which is nearly 7,000 feet high. The park is fairly small at 2,000 acres, but the combination of wildflowers, particularly azaleas and rhododendron, bare ridges, and the serene Doe River are well worth seeing. The fishing in the Doe River is outstanding too. The park is rainy during the spring, so if you come to see the flowers in bloom, bring your rain gear.

National Sites Near Kingsport, Tennessee

Andrew Johnson National Cemetery is in Greenville, which is 42 miles from Kingsport, Tennessee. The park features two of Johnson's homes, the cemetery itself, and a few easy hiking trails. The Collette Gravesite Trail passes through the David Crockett Birthplace State Park. It's an easy hike. The three-mile Red Hill Loop is popular with joggers in the early morning and hikers in the afternoon. Birding is popular along this trail as well. There are guided tours of both the cemetery and the two homesteads, which will be educational for the whole family. The Blue Ridge Parkway runs for 469 miles through Tennessee and the rest of the Appalachian Mountains in the area. These ancient mountains are home to hundreds of species of wildlife that include more than 200 birds, 70 mammals, and 30 reptiles. If you like to swim, then you can drive to mile marker 419 on the parkway. There, you will find the Graveyard Fields Trail, which is a 3.2-mile hike of moderate difficulty. Bring your swimsuit so that you can enjoy the swimming holes along the trail. At mile marker 340, take a stroll on the Crabtree Falls Trail, an easy 3.5-mile hike. About 76 miles west of Kingsport, Tennessee, is the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. When folks went westward, this is one of the places from where they embarked. The Gap itself sits where Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia come together. The hiking trail that takes you both to Sand Cave and White Rocks requires heavy footwear because of the rocky terrain, but the 8.3-mile hike is popular because of the cave and the rocks as well as the wonderful views.

National Forests Near Kingsport, Tennessee

The Cherokee National Forest is 87 miles from Kingsport, Tennessee. The forest covers more than 650,000 acres and adjoins Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Appalachian Trail winds its way through the forest and provides hikers of all experience levels with great opportunities. The Benton Falls Trail is less intimidating, however. Additionally, you can fish in the Ocoee River, climb Big Frog Mountain, and photograph white-tailed deer, black bears, and bobcats. Just make sure to stay at least 75 feet from all wildlife for safety. A bit more than an hour's drive away, the Pisgah National Forest covers 500,000 acres in western North Carolina. The first school of forestry in the nation was here, and today, the school is a national historic site. There are a great number of hiking trails in this forest, and some of them are also for horseback riders. The Mount Mitchell Trail is 11 miles of difficult hiking, but the summit has a snack bar. From there, you can also hike three additional miles to the summit of Mount Craig. The drive to Nantahala National Forest is 117 miles. More than 600 miles of hiking trails are in the forest. Visitors can not only hike but can also take whitewater rafting trips on the Nantahala River that are guided by experts. The Class II and Class III rapids are famous as family-friendly yet challenging. If you'd like to leave behind a geocache for fellow visitors, then you can do so after getting permission from the ranger's office. You're not allowed to bury your geocache, however.

Best National Parks Near Kingsport, TN

Great Smoky Mountains National Park isn't far at away all at just 94 miles away. Its 500,000 acres include several difficult hiking trails that climb steep inclines. Many of the trails are also open to mountain bikers. The highest point in the park is more than 6,500 feet, and the lowest is just 876 feet. More people visit this national park than any other, so if you like your alone time, then off-peak season is the best time to go. New River Gorge National Park lies about three hours to the northeast of Kingsport, Tennessee. Inside the park, the Canyon Rim Overlook Boardwalk is an easy hiking trail that gives you terrific views. The trail is also wheelchair-accessible. Another easy trail is the Endless Wall Trail, which is the most popular trail in the park. The New River provides visitors with excellent boating and fishing. It rains a lot during the summer months in the park, so spring and early fall are the best times to visit. Four hours' drive to the south-southeast is Congaree National Park, 27,000 acres of designated wilderness. The Kingsnake trail runs 12 miles through the migratory route for many bird species and is very popular with birders. The Audubon Society leads a bird-watching tour that includes this trail every second Sunday of the month. The Oakridge trail runs for seven miles and is a great place to observe other wildlife that includes white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and otters.

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RV Rentals Near Kingsport, TN

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Kingsport, TN

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

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 Kingsport, TN, 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 Kingsport?

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

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