RV Rentals Pendleton, Oregon

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Jayco White Hawk 32BH

Jayco White Hawk 32BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 9
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25.3 miles from Pendleton, OR
$140
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Keystone RV Hideout 24BHWE

Keystone RV Hideout 24BHWE

2021 / Travel Trailer
Instant Book
Sleeps 8
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96.9 miles from Pendleton, OR
$149
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Keystone RV Springdale 38BH

Keystone RV Springdale 38BH

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 9
Offers Delivery
99.5 miles from Pendleton, OR
$135
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Jayco Jay Feather 23BHM

Jayco Jay Feather 23BHM

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
78.6 miles from Pendleton, OR
$125
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Jayco White Hawk 24MBH

Jayco White Hawk 24MBH

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
39.2 miles from Pendleton, OR
$150
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Heartland Pioneer BH 260

Heartland Pioneer BH 260

2019 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
44.8 miles from Pendleton, OR
$130
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Popular RV Rentals Near Pendleton, Oregon, for Any Budget

Pick up a Pendleton, Oregon, RV rental to explore this amazing city and the surrounding areas. Virtually every type of RV is available to rent. While Class C motorhomes are the most plentiful, there are more than enough Class A, Class B, and even fifth-wheel trailers, travel trailers, toy haulers, and pop-up campers to choose from. Looking for something to tow behind the average car or SUV? You’ve got options. Looking for a behemoth on wheels to house you and 10 of your closest friends? You’re in luck as well. With rental prices starting at just $60 per night for a travel trailer, you could be on the road and RVing for much less money than you might expect.

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Pendleton, Oregon, No Matter the Duration

While Pendleton has its share of amazing things to see and do in the near vicinity, there are a few enticing places nearby to check out if you have a day or longer.

The city of Echo, Oregon, is located approximately 25 miles to the northwest of Pendleton and is steeped in history. The Oregon Trail passes through town, and you can learn more about it at Fort Henrietta Park. Echo is also home to 10 National Register of Historic Places buildings, including Saint Peter's Catholic Church, the Umatilla Masonic Lodge Hall, and the Cunha Farmstead.

Hermiston, Oregon, is a 30-minute drive to the northwest that makes for a great weekend getaway. Situated close to the mighty Columbia River with boating and fishing opportunities, there is an aquatic center, bowling, parks, museums, a raceway, and a wildlife refuge, not to mention the historic downtown district with its seasonal events.

Approximately 45 minutes away is Walla Walla, Washington, home of the famously sweet onion. A small-town foodie haven and college town, Walla Walla features several wineries in the area along with breweries, cideries, distilleries, parks, and national historic sites. Whether for the day or an extended trip, Walla Walla is another fantastic choice near Pendleton.

Explore Pendleton, Oregon, in an RVshare RV Rental

Originally home to many Native American tribes, among them the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla, Pendleton is a trading post that Dr. William C. McKay set up to serve the increasing European-American population in the area. Pendleton was officially incorporated in 1880. The town is now synonymous with two things that give a glimpse of its history: The Pendleton Roundup and Pendleton Woolen Mills. Both are traditions that go back over 100 years. 

Pendleton has performed a difficult balancing act by holding onto the past while embracing the modern area. Home to just over 17,000 people, the town has a semi-arid climate with hot summers but short, cool winters. Historic areas of the town have been preserved, and several museums are popular destinations, including the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, the Heritage Station Museum, and the Pendleton Center for the Arts. The nearby Wildhorse Casino, owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, combines gambling, fine dining, a tribal museum, an 18-hole golf course, a movie theater, and an RV park.

The Umatilla River, which runs through town, and the nearby McKay Reservoir provide boating and fishing options or simply wildlife watching. Hunting in season is an option for those who are interested although advance planning for tags is required for public land hunting. If you don’t have that kind of time, there are several hunting ranches in the area that provide off-season options.

You can also take an underground tour, highlighting and chronicling the history of the Chinese immigrants in the area who were not allowed outside after dark. Instead of staying home, they built underground tunnels to neighboring locations until an entire network of underground businesses, both legal and illegal, both Chinese and non-Chinese, thrived. Re-discovered in the 1980s when potholes in the streets above began to form, much of the tunnel system has been either preserved or recreated and can be toured.

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Hermiston, Oregon – A quick 30-minute drive away and part of the same micropolitan area, Hermiston, while only slightly larger, offers a different but equally unique feel to Pendleton. Famous for its watermelons, Hermiston features a wide range of activities to do and places to see in this charming town.

  • 40+ Restaurants
  • 20+ Gas Stations
  • 9 Campgrounds
  • 1 Nearby National Forest
  • 1 Nearby Wildlife Refuge
  • 1 Nearby State Park
  • 12 Nearby RV Parks
  • 4 Nearby Dump Stations

Walla Walla, Washington – Competing with Kennewick for the title of "Wine Capital of Washington," Walla Walla has over 120 wineries, a lovely college town feel, and dozens of restaurants to satisfy your inner foodie.

  • 80+ Restaurants
  • 30+ Gas Stations
  • 5 Campgrounds
  • 2 Nearby National Forests
  • 7 Nearby State Parks
  • 8 Nearby RV Parks
  • 3 Nearby Dump Stations

Kennewick, Washington – Located near where both the Yakima and Snake Rivers join the mighty Columbia River, it is home to more than 200 wineries in a 50-mile radius. With 300 days of sun every year, numerous spring crops, and orchards to choose from along with a plethora of outdoor activities, it’s a solid RV destination.

  • 40+ Restaurants
  • 20+ Gas Stations
  • 8 Campgrounds
  • 1 Nearby National Forest
  • 8 Nearby State Parks
  • 11 Nearby RV Parks
  • 8 Nearby Dump Stations

Best National Parks Near Pendleton, Oregon

While the Pacific Northwest is known for its vast forests and beautiful trees, Pendleton’s location in the high deserts of eastern Oregon lends it a different kind of beauty. If you’re looking for more traditional Pacific NW parks, both North Cascades National Park, which is home to Mount Baker and numerous other destinations, and Mount Rainier National Park can provide that vibe. High mountains, hiking, skiing, camping, lakes, rivers — they’ve got it all and are quintessential Pacific Northwest destinations.

Popular State Parks Near Pendleton, Oregon

If you’re looking for quiet state parks, you’re in luck. Near Pendleton, you have numerous options. Wallowa Lake State Park is near both the Nez Perce National Historic Park as well as the area of Oregon known as the Little Alps. Brooks Memorial State Park offers 682 acres of woodland refuge with several cozy campgrounds dotted throughout the park. And Potholes State Park, named for its unique geological water carvings, provides year-round water activities.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Pendleton, Oregon

The Heritage Station Museum is probably one of the most visited places in Pendleton, providing visitors with a diverse history of the area. The McKay Reservoir and Tamástslikt Cultural Institute are places that should not be missed either. Hat Rock, a 70-foot spire of exposed basalt, is the centerpiece of Hat Rock State Park, which offers picnicking and access to Lake Wallula and is about 40 minutes away from Pendleton. 

Upcoming Events Near Pendleton, Oregon

  • Pendleton Round-Up – The premier event in Pendleton, it takes place in the middle of September every year and exhibits the quintessential Wild West at its modern best.
  • Pendleton Whisky Music Festival – You won't want to miss the Pendleton Whisky Music Festival, a unique music event that combines musical styles into one night of fun, food, and big-name musical acts.
  • Jackalope Jamboree – A two-day music festival with over a dozen bands and performers, the Jamboree is a family-friendly event that takes place in late June.
  • Pendleton Farmers Market – Running most Fridays from May through October, the market offers not just produce but food, cheese, bread, and weekly events.

Popular POI Activities Near Pendleton, Oregon

  • Boating and Water Sports – The Columbia River, Snake River, McKay Reservoir, Umatilla River, Wallowa Lake, Thief Valley Reservoir, Wolf Creek Reservoir, Pilcher Creek Reservoir, and Walla Walla River all provide endless opportunities for water activities near Pendleton.
  • McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge and Cold Springs National Wildlife Refuge – McKay is a 1,836-acre refuge while Cold Springs covers 3,117 acres. McKay is closer to Pendleton, but Cold Springs is a short 30-minute drive away. Both offer quiet areas in which you can bird-watch or simply observe nature and the creatures in it.
  • Pendleton Adventure Trails and Recreation Area (PATRA) – Six trails, about 18 miles, either within or very near to Pendleton, PATRA is open to mountain biking, trail running, or just walking. Difficulty levels range from easy to difficult. And, yes, the most difficult is called "Graveyard."
  • John Day Fossil Beds National Monument – Although it's about a three-hour drive from Pendleton, the John Day Fossil Beds both protect and allow visitors to view a record of continuous evolutionary and geological changes unique to North America. You’ll need to plan ahead for the trip, but if you’re looking for something different, this could be it.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

While there are some RV sites in Pendleton, there are also quite a few in the surrounding area with nearby Kennewick being a popular choice. Columbia Sun RV Resort is a great choice if you want to be in more of a town setting. If you’re looking for quiet, simple, and clean, then Franklin County RV Park should be your choice. It may not have all the bells and whistles of other places, but it will have all you need. And if you’re looking for boating and fishing right next to you, Hood Park is a great, economical choice.

Best RV Dump Stations Near Pendleton, Oregon

Dump stations are an inevitable part of RV life. Knowing where they are and which ones are good can make a trip that much more enjoyable. If you’re in need, the KOA in Kennewick is a good choice as is the one in Pendleton, but they’re only available if you’re a guest. Hat Rock Campground in Hermiston is $5 for non-guests while the Heritage Station Museum asks for a donation. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Pendleton, Oregon

If you need or want to store your RV for some time, Keylock Storage is a good choice. It has 12-feet-by-20-feet and 12-feet-by-40-feet spaces available. Town and Country Storage offers both covered and uncovered storage for either short- or long-term RV storage. RV’s Storage Center also offers some spaces.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Pendleton, OR

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

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 Pendleton, OR, 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 Pendleton?

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

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

RV Rentals Near Pendleton, OR

National Parks Near Pendleton, OR

State Parks Near Pendleton, OR

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Pendleton, OR

Road Trips Starting from Pendleton, OR

RV Dump Stations Near Pendleton, OR
Kennewick, which is located in southern Washington, is the biggest of the Tri-Cities; the other two are Richland and Pasco. The Kennewick area is home to campsites and travel plazas with waste dump stations as well as such attractions as the Toyota Center, a multipurpose arena that hosts sporting events, concerts, ice shows and circuses, and the Sacagawea Heritage Trail, which is a 23-mile-long trail that runs through all of the Tri-Cities. 
RV Storage Near Pendleton, OR
Kennewick sits right on the banks of the Columbia River and is home to wineries, a large riverfront park, and a vast indoor shopping mall. It’s a great place to stop on any Washington state RV trip. You can find plenty of quality Kennewick RV self-storage places where you can park your RV when you’re not using it, both in Kennewick and across the river in Pasco. Unlike most other places in Washington, Kennewick doesn’t get much precipitation and has hot summers and cold winters. So, when you need to park your RV, you should choose a covered or an uncovered site based on your needs and budget. Nine of the top storage facilities in Kennewick are listed below, in no particular order.
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