RV Rentals Mountain Home, Arkansas

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Lifestyle Luxury RV Lifestyle LS37IK
2013 Fifth Wheel

Lifestyle Luxury RV Lifestyle LS37IK

Sleeps 4 38.0ft
9.8 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(17)
$119 /night
Keystone RV Springdale 271RL
2016 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Springdale 271RL

Sleeps 5 31.0ft
12.5 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(4)
$120 /night
Heartland Mallard 27
2017 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 27

Sleeps 5 30.0ft
4.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(5)
$140 /night
Coachmen RV Apex Nano 193BHS
2017 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Apex Nano 193BHS

Sleeps 5 22.0ft
52.8 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(32)
$95 /night
Jayco Jay Flight 28RLS
2020 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight 28RLS

Sleeps 4 32.0ft
86.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(15)
$125 /night
Coachmen RV Freedom Express Blast 257bhs
2021 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Freedom Express Blast 257bhs

Sleeps 6 28.0ft
54.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(16)
$129 /night
Gulf Stream RV Enlighten 25BH
2021 Travel Trailer

Gulf Stream RV Enlighten 25BH

Sleeps 6 26.0ft
76.8 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(13)
$120 /night
Mallard M302 M302
2016 Travel Trailer

Mallard M302 M302

Sleeps 6 37.0ft
54.0 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(28)
$130 /night
Forest River RV Vibe 26RK
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Vibe 26RK

Sleeps 4 34.0ft
54.0 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(9)
$149 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 330BHS
2019 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 330BHS

Sleeps 9 37.0ft
60.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(19)
$135 /night
Keystone RV Outback 316RL
2014 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Outback 316RL

Sleeps 6 35.0ft
5.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(1)
$125 /night
Keystone RV Hideout 318BR
2021 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Hideout 318BR

Sleeps 9 35.0ft
1.1 miles from Mountain Home, AR
$150 /night
Heartland Mallard 312
2021 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 312

Sleeps 6 36.0ft
54.3 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(8)
$125 /night
Gulf Stream RV Conquest 323TBR
2021 Travel Trailer

Gulf Stream RV Conquest 323TBR

Sleeps 9 36.0ft
65.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(8)
$125 /night
Ram Promaster 2500
2020 Class B Camping Van

Ram Promaster 2500

Sleeps 2 20.0ft
5.1 miles from Mountain Home, AR
$125 /night
Heartland Mallard 280
2019 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 280

Sleeps 6 34.0ft
61.9 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(7)
$150 /night
Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2790BHS
2018 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 2790BHS

Sleeps 10 31.0ft
33.5 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(11)
$119 /night
Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 26HE
2022 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 26HE

Sleeps 6 27.5ft
97.9 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(8)
$235 /night
Keystone RV Passport 2920BH Grand Touring
2019 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Passport 2920BH Grand Touring

Sleeps 9 33.0ft
60.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(33)
$125 /night
Heartland Prowler 303BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Heartland Prowler 303BH

Sleeps 7 35.0ft
62.5 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(6)
$125 /night
KZ Sportsmen LE 281BHKLE
2020 Travel Trailer

KZ Sportsmen LE 281BHKLE

Sleeps 10 32.0ft
87.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(12)
$130 /night
Starcraft Autumn Ridge 26BH
2020 Travel Trailer

Starcraft Autumn Ridge 26BH

Sleeps 8 29.0ft
85.4 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(24)
$120 /night
Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 30D Bunkhouse
2018 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Four Winds 30D Bunkhouse

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
53.5 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(6)
$150 /night
Coachmen RV Apex Nano 193BHS
2016 Travel Trailer

Coachmen RV Apex Nano 193BHS

Sleeps 6 22.0ft
83.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(16)
$109 /night
Keystone RV Montana 3625 RE
2014 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Montana 3625 RE

Sleeps 6 38.0ft
64.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(14)
$129 /night
Heartland Pioneer DS 320
2019 Travel Trailer

Heartland Pioneer DS 320

Sleeps 9 37.0ft
74.7 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(11)
$115 /night
Winnebago Travato 59K
2018 Class B Camping Van

Winnebago Travato 59K

Sleeps 2 21.0ft
73.6 miles from Mountain Home, AR
(17)
$195 /night

Popular RV Rentals Near Mountain Home, Arkansas, for Any Budget

Rent an RV in Mountain Home, Arkansas, and enjoy everything the southern Ozark Mountains region has to offer. The most popular option is travel trailers, which start at about $100 per night. You may also want to consider popup campers beginning at about $60 per night or fifth-wheel campers, starting at about $100 per night. The cheapest option is the Class C motorhomes starting at about $150 per night if you prefer a motorhome. Enjoy camping in luxury by choosing a Class A motorhome. They start at about $175 per night. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Mountain Home, Arkansas, No Matter the Duration

Branson, Missouri, is a great place to watch live theater. Visit the Titanic Museum and pretend to be one of the guests on the fateful voyage. Enjoy the thrill rides and unique entertainment, including cooking classes, at Silver Dollar City. 

Harrison, Arkansas, is a terrific area to explore. Consider taking a hike near the Buffalo National River, or spend a couple of hours exploring underground by heading to the Mystic or Hurricane River caves. History lovers will want to check out Boone County Heritage Museum and The Collier Homestead of Tyler Bend. 

Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is an ideal place to go shopping in the historic downtown area. There are many outdoor attractions to visit, including Basin Spring Park and Lake Leatherwood. You'll also want to spend an afternoon taking a ride on the Eureka Springs and North Arkansas Railway. 

Explore Mountain Home, Arkansas, in an RVshare RV Rental

About 41,000 people live in Mountain Home, Arkansas. The first settler in the area was probably Simeon "Rapp" Talburt, who moved to the area around 1812. The original town was named after him and was known as Rapp's Barren. In the 1830s, the James Leonard family moved to the area and purchased the home. They needed more room and built a larger home around the original shotgun log cabin without destroying it. In 1991, that home was being demolished to make room for new development when people realized that it was the site of the original cabin. The cabin was carefully removed and rebuilt in Cooper Park where you'll want to see the three restored cabins, the heritage flowerbeds, and the medicine wheel garden. You'll also find many recreational facilities in this park, including tennis courts, a swimming pool, and ballfields. 

Education has always been an essential focus in Mountain Home. The Mountain Home Male and Female Academy was established in 1953 by Orrin Dodd and Professor John S. Howard. Dodd was the richest man in Mountain Home, and many believe that the town took its name from his beautiful home that sat on top of a hill. Many people in the area have heard the story that corncobs were labeled with three suggested names for the town and thrown in a pile. One was chosen, and it happened to be Mountain Home. 

The school was a vital economic driving force in the city's development because there were only about 25 public schools in Arkansas. The school, which became Mountain Home College in 1893, is the reason that the town was named the county seat in 1873. The first court was held in the home of Colonel Randolph Casey, and you can visit that home, which was constructed in 1858, when you attend events at the county fairgrounds. 

The Great Depression left many in Mountain Home without employment. When the Work Progress Administration started operating, three projects in the area were quickly approved. The present courthouse was constructed, and the Norfolk Dam and the Bull Shoals Reservoir were created. The two reservoirs continue to bring many tourists to this area. If the fish do not seem to be biting, there are many terrific restaurants in town, including Cooyons, Skipper's Restaurant, and Ozark Mountain BBQ. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Bull Shoals – This town of about 2,000 sits on Bull Shoals Lake's shores. The lake covering more than 94,000 acres is a fantastic place to go fishing. 

  • 6 Restaurants 
  • 2 Gas Station 
  • 14 Campgrounds 
  • 2 State parks 
  • 19 RV Dump Stations 

Yellville– This community of about 1,200 people sits along Crooked Creek's shores. It is the county seat of Marion County. Crooked Creek is an outstanding option for a kayaking adventure. 

  • 8 Restaurants 
  • 3 Gas Stations 
  • 20 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park 
  • 20 Nearby Dump Stations 

Norfork – This town has about 550 residents. The Wolf House sits near where the White and Arkansas rivers meet is the oldest public building in Arkansas. 

  • 7 Restaurants 
  • 1 Gas Station 
  • 1 Campground
  • 0 Nearby State Parks 
  • 1 Nearby Dump Stations 

Best National Parks Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

Hot Springs National Park is about 200 miles south of Mountain Home, Arkansas. Take a stroll down bathhouse row and appreciate the unique architecture of each of the buildings. Stop and explore art, get a spa treatment, and enjoy a drink at the brewery. Especially in the fall, the Hot Springs Mountain Tower is an ideal place to enjoy fall colors. 

Gateway Arch National Park is about 250 miles to the north. Ride the tram to the top of the arch and enjoy the views from the observation deck. Then, return to the base of this arch to view the exhibits focused on United States expansion of all types in the museum. 

Popular State Parks Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

Lake Charles State Park, located about 94 miles southeast of Mountain Home, is a great spot to go fishing for bass, crappie, bream, and catfish. The park's headquarters sells tackle during the warmer months. This park is also a great place to see spring wildflowers and appreciate fall color. 

Withrow Springs State Park is about 98 miles east of Mountain Home. Many people choose to start a floating adventure at this state park. You can also go fishing, and there's even a tennis court and ball fields. 

Petit Jean State Park is about 140 miles south of Mountain Home. This park features two swimming pools, picnic areas, playgrounds, pavilions, a boat launch ramp, tennis and basketball courts, and an amphitheater. You'll want to follow the hiking trails to see the 95-foot-tall waterfall. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

Head about 42 miles south of Mountain Home to see the Sylamore Swinging Bridge in Allison, Arkansas. This cable-suspension bridge is on the first road built through the Ozark National Forest. Built in the early 1900s, the bridge still uses its original cables, but planks and other structures were replaced when the bridge became part of Arkansas State Road 14 in 1945. The bridge, designed to rise and fall with water levels, was partially destroyed in 1982 by heavy rainfall. It was then rebuilt using the same design as the original bridge and reopened in 1985. The bridge is one of only two wire-suspension bridges in the state still open to car traffic. 

Upcoming Events Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

  • Craft Fest – Discover homemade crafts of all types at the fairgrounds from juried artists at this two-day festival in November.
  • Greater Cotter Trout Festival – Find family-friendly games, a classic car show, and food vendors at this downtown Cotter festival in May. 
  • Crow Moon Festival – Dress in an 1800s outfit and head to the Crow Moon Festival to experience old-fashioned arts and crafts, food vendors, and special musical entertainment. 

Popular POI Activities Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

  • Buffalo River – This river was the first federally protected free-flowing river in the United States. 
  • North Fork River – This river is home to the Norfork National Fish Hatchery, which raises fish released into many Arkansas streams. 
  • White River – This river is a fantastic place for a kayaking or canoeing adventure. 
  • Bull Shoals Lake – This 60,000-acre lake is a fantastic place to go fishing and boating. Stop at the James A. Gaston Visitor Center to enjoy the view of the dam. 
  • Lake Norfork- Consider following David's Trail around this 30,000-acre lake, especially when the leaves turn colors in the fall. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

You'll find no shortage of terrific Arkansas campgrounds close to Harrison. Shady Oaks Campground & RV Park is just 15 miles from the Buffalo River, and there are groomed nature trails throughout this 12-acre campground. Harrison Village Campground & RV Park is another excellent choice, and they have an RV supply shop. You may also want to consider Dogwood Springs Campground near Jasper. You and your family will love playing in the swimming pool at this family-operated campground. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

Several Arkansas RV dump station options are available for when you need to get rid of your wastewater. The United States Army Corps of Engineers operates several campgrounds in this area that have dump stations, including Ozark Isle Park, Robinson Point, and Lakeview Park Campground. You can also find an RV dump station at Panther Bay and several nearby campgrounds. Contact the individual operator to learn about cost and hours. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Mountain Home, Arkansas

 If you're looking for RV storage in Arkansas, you may want to talk to the operators at Springdale Self Storage about outdoor storage options for units of varying sizes. Both indoor and outdoor RV storage are available at Harrison Self Storage. Indoor storage for small travel trailers and motorhomes may be available at Keyport Self-Storage, which also offers outdoor space for larger units.

RV Rentals Near Mountain Home, AR

National Parks Near Mountain Home, AR

State Parks Near Mountain Home, AR

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Mountain Home, AR

RV Dump Stations Near Mountain Home, AR
A city full of American history, Springfield is where the Western and Eastern United States connected, and it's also the birthplace of the Mother Road Route 66. Don’t forget to stop and check out one of the many live performances and other attractions in Branson, which is less than 50 miles south of this city. RV dump stations in Missouri’s Springfield region are spread throughout the area and are easy to find.
RV Storage Near Mountain Home, AR
Harrison, Arkansas, located in Boone County, is a great place to live and visit. The rural area makes it possible to enjoy the fresh outdoors all year long. It is near the Henry Koen Experimental Forest and Buffalo River as well as within an hour of the Missouri border. While you might be interested in exploring the top 10 campgrounds and RV parks in the state, it’s also important to know that you will have access to an RV storage facility in Harrison, Arkansas, when your vacation comes to an end. Storing your RV is vital in ensuring that it’s protected from the elements as well as theft when you’re not using it. The following storage facilities are all great places you should consider when it comes time to store your RV.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Mountain Home, AR

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Mountain Home?

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 Mountain Home, AR, 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 Mountain Home?

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

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