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Heartland Mallard 33

Heartland Mallard 33

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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6.4 miles from Providence, RI
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Thor Freedom Traveler A32

Thor Freedom Traveler A32

2021 / Class A Motor Home
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
52.2 miles from Providence, RI
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Grand Design Imagine 2600RB

Grand Design Imagine 2600RB

2017 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 4
Offers Delivery
16.3 miles from Providence, RI
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Keystone RV Avalanche 365MB

Keystone RV Avalanche 365MB

2021 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
6.8 miles from Providence, RI
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Keystone RV Laredo 299BH

Keystone RV Laredo 299BH

2015 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
14.3 miles from Providence, RI
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Providence, Rhode Island

The type of RV you travel in will make a difference to your trip, so it’s a good idea to start your next RV adventure by choosing the right class of RV to suit your needs. RVshare makes it easy to find an RV, understand what it offers, and contact the owner if you’re ready to rent. Here’s a quick look at the different types of RVs and trailers available.

Class A, B, and C RVs and Towable Trailers

It’s not a surprise that Class A RVs are the largest. These are very strong, made with a heavy-duty frame, built on a truck or commercial bus chassis, and self-powered. If space and state-of-the-art amenities are what you’d like on your trip, Class A motorhome rentals in Providence would be the best option for you. 

Class B RVs, however, are the smallest of the self-powered RVs. They still have all the facilities you’d need, and they are easier to drive and park. They are also more fuel efficient. If you’re a couple or a small family and you plan to spend most of your time outside, Class B camper rentals in Providence are a really good option.

Class C RVs are the type of RV you see most often. They can be recognized by the over cab sleeping area. They are bigger than the Class B campervans and are built with a cabin chassis. The main benefits of this type are that there is room for a family of four to eight and you can tow a car.

Towable RVs must be pulled, so you need to own or rent a car or truck that can tow it. The tiniest trailer is a teardrop trailer and the largest is the fifth wheeler, which can be up to 40 feet in length. Pop-up camper rental in Providence is probably the most popular type of travel trailer because it’s light and easy to pull with a small car. It opens up to provide more space.

RV Campgrounds Near Providence, Rhode Island 

RVshare offers a great list of the top 10 campgrounds in Providence, Rhode Island, that will get you thinking about some places to visit. Some campgrounds to consider include:

  • Worden Pond Family Campground south of Providence in Wakefield: This campground is near the beach, and all the important facilities such as showers, water hookups, restrooms, and BBQ areas are available.
  • Echo Lake Campground northwest of Providence in Pascoag: The beauty of the lake makes this campground a place to keep coming back to. If you have not already been there, get ready for tranquil beauty, quality service, and clean facilities. 
  • Oakleaf Family Campground west of Providence in Chepachet: This is a terrific family campground. You'll find a playground and pool, which are seasonally open, and many other activities throughout the year.

US National & State Parks Nearby Providence 

While none of the 60 US National Parks are in Rhode Island, there are National Heritage Sites in the state. The closest US National Park is Acadia, which is located 313 miles from Providence, just over a 5-hour drive up I-95.

The Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor is a national park with a difference. The 400,000-acre area is located within Providence County and Worcester County in Massachusetts. It’s a national park that isn't just wilderness but also contains one million people plus cities and villages. It gained national park status in 1986 to protect the heritage of the valley for generations to come.

When thinking about RVing and searching for places to explore, it’s hard to beat what the Blackstone River Valley can offer. From tours of how industrial America began there to paddling down the river, there are many different ways you can plan and enjoy your trip to this part of the world.  

RV Storage Facilities in Providence, Rhode Island

If you’re not going to be traveling in your RV for a period of time, it’s a good idea to protect it from the elements and vandalism by using an RV storage facility. Your options for storage facilities nearby Providence include:

  • Compass Self Storage North of Providence in Wanskuck
  • Franklin Self Storage in Bristol
  • Storage America in Central Falls, Lincoln, and Pawtucket
  • Space Station Self Storage in East Providence 
  • Prime Storage in Portsmouth and Warren

Dumpstations Near Providence 

Getting rid of your waste is something you want to plan for, so here’s a list of your options in the areas surrounding Providence:

  • Burlingame State Park in Charlestown
  • Arlington RV Supercenter in East Greenwich
  • Fort Getty Park Campground in Jamestown
  • Fishermen’s Memorial State Park in Narragansett
  • Melville Ponds Campground in Portsmouth
  • Woonsocket Wastewater Treatment Plant

It's Almost Independence Day, Take Your Family on an RV Trip!

Rhode Island is known for showcasing Independence Day spirit, so pick your spot in or near Providence and enjoy the fireworks and events with the entire family. Bristol, RI, holds the record for continuously running Independence Day celebrations, but you might also consider crossing the border and heading to Boston, MA, for some of the most spectacular fireworks. Plan your 4th of July trip with RVshare’s trip planner for a quick and easy way to find the right RV at the right price.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Providence, Rhode Island 

Five places that continue to attract tourists due to their historical significance include:

  1. The Brown University campus
  2. Roger Williams Park and Zoo
  3. John Brown House
  4. Benefit Street: A Mile of History 
  5. RISD Museum of Art

If you're in Providence between the middle of May to late November, then you don’t want to miss the WaterFire. This is when fires fill the braziers in the middle of the river and light up the surrounding areas. The festival is one of the best to enjoy in Rhode Island as its mission is to foster community engagement and creatively transform the city. It's free. 

Sports and Entertainment Near Providence, Rhode Island 

The sports scene in Providence is steeped in history as many legends come from there. You can catch boating and other water activities due to its 400 miles of coastline, and you can catch all kinds of events in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, including skating, cheerleading tournaments, and basketball games. Brown University has a full slate of athletic activities and concerts to discover, too. 

If the adults in your group would like some entertainment, then there is always something to do in Providence at night. For karaoke and showing off your trivia smarts, head to WRIK Entertainment, or enjoy a night of comedy at Comedy Connection of Rhode Island. 

Highways in or Near Providence, Rhode Island 

When driving your Providence RV rental, it's important to know how to navigate the area. Interstate 95 runs north to south in Rhode Island and goes through Providence. The I-295 runs parallel to the west of Providence, also heading north. Coming from the east is the I-195 that joins the I-95. U.S. Route 6 goes east to west through the city.

RV Rentals Near Providence, RI

National Parks Near Providence, RI

State Parks Near Providence, RI

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Providence, RI

Road Trips Starting from Providence, RI

RV Dump Stations Near Providence, RI
In Providence, which is the state capital, you'll have city life and abundant services awaiting. However, none of the Rhode Island dump stations are within Providence city limits; most are located in campgrounds and parks in sparsely populated areas just outside the city. 
RV Storage Near Providence, RI
Providence, RI, is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and was founded in 1636. It is located near Narragansett Bay and offers many great opportunities for adventures during a road trip through Rhode Island, such as historical sites and recreational activities. Driving your personal RV or a rental motorhome is an ideal way to travel between the numerous RV campgrounds in the area, but there may be an occasion where you need to store your RV. The climate can be pretty intense in the winter, but these Providence RV self storage sites, listed below in no particular order, offer choices for both covered outdoor storage and enclosed storage.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Providence, RI

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

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 Providence, RI, 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 Providence?

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

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