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KZ Escape E201BH

KZ Escape E201BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
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14.4 miles from Phoenix, AZ
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KZ Escape E201BH

KZ Escape E201BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
14.4 miles from Phoenix, AZ
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Dutchmen RV Kodiak SE 28SBH

Dutchmen RV Kodiak SE 28SBH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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18.0 miles from Phoenix, AZ
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KZ Sportsmen LE 261BHLE

KZ Sportsmen LE 261BHLE

2019 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
11.6 miles from Phoenix, AZ
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Coachmen RV Clipper Ultra-Lite 17FQ

Coachmen RV Clipper Ultra-Lite 17FQ

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 3
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12.7 miles from Phoenix, AZ
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Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix is an RVer’s dream come true. Warm weather year-round makes this an ideal place to winter in your RV. Meanwhile, the enormous number of national parks and state parks in the state means plenty of hiking is available.

Moreover, huge swaths of government owned-land make boondocking possible, RV parks are available around every corner, and large open roads are perfect for RVs of all sizes

Best of all, there are lots of interesting attractions, meaning you could stay here for ages and not get bored. 

Don’t have a rig of your own but still want to visit this gorgeous part of the country? Lucky for you, there are plenty of wonderful Phoenix RV rental options. From little class B motorhomes and cute teardrop trailers to enormous fifth wheels and class A buses, there’s something for every type of camper, meaning the perfect motorhome or travel trailer rental Phoenix for you is just waiting for you to find it. 

Best of all, if you find yourself asking "How much does it cost to rent an RV in Phoenix" these rental RVs are totally affordable. On average, you can expect to pay $70-$100 a night for a small trailer or pop up and around $50 more than that for a larger trailer. Class C and Class B RVs run around $150-$250 a night and class A motorhomes tend to be between $200 and $300 a night.

Discover Phoenix in an RV!

Of course, choosing the right RV isn’t the only difficult decision you’ll have to make when planning your RV escape to Phoenix. Those who choose RV rentals in Phoenix will also have to decide where to go, what to see, and which things to experience.

Considering how much there is to see and do, this might take a bit of thought. So go ahead and choose your RV rental in Phoenix and get ready to jump into a whole world of other travel choices. 

Lucky for you, we’re here to help. In this section we will discuss our favorite attractions, lodging options, and dump stations for those who choose travel trailer or motorhome rentals in Phoenix. 

US National & State Parks near Phoenix

Let’s begin by discussing the parks in the area. There are several wonderful national parks nearby, and the state parks don’t disappoint either. Whether you’re looking for an excellent hiking opportunity, some seriously cool natural landmarks, or an interesting ranger talk, there is something for you. 

National Parks

Sure, you could drive all the way up to the Grand Canyon, and many people do. This is after all the most well known National Parks site in the state.

That said, the Grand Canyon is also quite far away. If you prefer to avoid that drive, want to see something in addition to the Grand Canyon, or even just want to enjoy some of the lesser known NPS sites in the area, view our National Park guides here

State Parks

Arizona is an absolutely stunning place. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the state parks here are simply beautiful, offering some of the best sights, trails, and outdoor activities in the country. 

The best state parks near Phoenix include:

RV Parks & Campgrounds near Phoenix

As you probably already realize, you’re going to need someplace to park that Phoenix, AZ RV rental. Fortunately, there are tons of awesome options in this city. From boondocking options and rustic campgrounds to upscale RV parks, there’s something for every taste, and you should have no problem at all finding a place to park your motorhome or camper trailer in Phoenix. Want our advice? We've compiled the top 10 RV Parks & Campgrounds in and around the Phoenix area.

Tourist Attractions

You should without a doubt make time for the national and state parks mentioned above. That said, these are far from the only things you must see when you find an RV for rent in Phoenix. In fact, there’s a whole list of amazing things you need to see and do. If you’re having trouble narrowing down your options, you’ve come to the right place. The list below contains our absolute favorite Phoenix attractions. Visit these and you can be confident you’ve seen the very best of what the city has to offer. 

Desert Botanical Garden

The perfect garden to visit during your time in the Arizona desert, Desert Botanical Garden offers a peek into the world of desert plants. These plants offer a beauty that many overlook, and they are well worth looking at and learning about. 

Phoenix Zoo

Prefer to check out some awesome animals? The Phoenix Zoo is an excellent place to do just that. Here you’ll find interesting species from all over the world. Check out the Tropics Trail for a look at elephants and orangutans, or the Africa Trail for a peek at the zebras and giraffes.

Heard Museum

Dedicated to the advancement of American Indian art, the Heard Museum is the ideal place to visit to learn about our country’s natives. This learning is done from a first-person perspective and through all kinds of art, making a visit to this museum a unique and moving experience. 

Musical Instrument Museum

Music is a beautiful and interesting thing, and the instruments used to make that music are just as beautiful and interesting. Learn all about the history and science behind musical instruments in the unusual and fascinating Musical Instrument Museum. 

Phoenix Art Museum

Looking for more art to check out? The Phoenix Museum of Art is a fantastic place to go. Here you’ll find a wide variety of art collections, meaning there is something to suit every taste. Additionally, special events keep things fresh and interesting even if you’ve visited before. 

Arizona Science Center

A fantastic option for families, the Arizona Science Center is full of amazing hands-on exhibits that are sure to entertain and enlighten kids and adults alike. We love that the information here is presented in a fun and engaging manner, meaning what you learn is much more likely to stick with you. 

Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix

Need a place to relax and reconnect with nature? The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix is just the place. Here, you can observe gorgeous greenery and flowers while strolling through well-manicured landscapes or relaxing on the well-placed seating found throughout. 

Children’s Museum of Phoenix

Finally, there is the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Like the Arizona Science Center, this museum is full of engaging hands-on exhibits. That said, these exhibits are geared more toward the younger child, making this an ideal outing for families with toddlers and preschool-aged kids. 

Sports and Entertainment

Looking for some excellent entertainment to enjoy while in Phoenix? Lucky for you, there’s plenty to be found. From professional sporting events to performances of all kinds, this Arizona city has it all. That said, entertainment events do tend to be popular, so you will want to make sure to get your tickets in advance. 

Phoenix Professional Sports Teams

You’ll find four professional sports teams in Phoenix:

  • The Arizona Diamondbacks are the city’s professional baseball team, and their home games can be seen at Chase Field.
  • The Phoenix Suns basketball team plays in the NBA’s Pacific Division, while the Phoenix Mercury are a professional women’s basketball team. Both can be found at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
  • Finally, the Arizona Cardinals are a professional football team in Phoenix. They play at State Farm Stadium any time they are at home.

Phoenix Entertainment

Prefer other types of entertainment over sports games? Concerts, ballets, and everything between can be seen in Phoenix. To learn more about the many entertainment options found in the area, check out our Phoenix travel guide. There you’ll find a list of events, fabulous restaurants, shopping options, and more. 

Dump Stations near Phoenix

Whether you choose a motorhome, travel trailer, or a pop-up camper rental in Phoenix, you will need a place to dump those tanks at the end of your stay. Because Phoenix is so RV-friendly, you shouldn’t have any trouble at all finding a place to do this. Still, it’s nice to know where to look. Therefore, we recommend checking out our Arizona dump stations page or simply using one of the fantastic options listed below:

  • Pilot Flying J Travel Plaza
  • Covered Wagon RV Park
  • U-Haul Moving and Storage of Laveen

Highways & Airports Near Phoenix

Choosing private RV rentals in Phoenix means you’re going to need to know how to get to Phoenix and how to get around with your Phoenix motorhome rental once you arrive. Luckily, getting around this city is easy enough. If you choose to fly into Phoenix, you will be landing at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. This is a fairly large airport that offers easy access to most of the city’s attractions. Shuttles, taxis, and other modes of transportation are readily available, and plenty of hotels are nearby. For those who will be driving into or around the city, knowing the highway system is a bonus.

  • I-10 heads into the city from the west before turning southeast.
  • I-17 is the highway to take into Phoenix if coming from the north.
  • State Highway 60 comes in from the east.

There are also several loops that circle various parts of the city, including Loop 101, Loop 202, and Loop 303.

RV Rentals Near Phoenix, AZ

National Parks Near Phoenix, AZ

State Parks Near Phoenix, AZ

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Phoenix, AZ

Road Trips Starting from Phoenix, AZ

RV Dump Stations Near Phoenix, AZ
You’ll find several Arizona RV dump stations spread across Phoenix, but keep in mind that it's a very populated area, so you may experience heavy traffic within the city. Be prepared to pay a small fee for convenience when dumping in Phoenix, but it’s worth the cost.
RV Storage Near Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix boasts warm weather throughout most of the year, making it a perfect vacation spot. When you go on your RV trip, you can explore everything from the Phoenix Zoo to Camelback Mountain. Check out some great RV trips to take in the state. Furthermore, there are many RV campgrounds available to act as your second home during your vacation. When you’re not on the road, you’ll want to trust a Phoenix RV self-storage facility. Many storage facilities provide both outdoor and indoor RV storage in Phoenix, AZ.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Phoenix, AZ

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

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 Phoenix, AZ, 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 Phoenix?

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

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