RV Rentals Rogue River, Oregon

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Jayco Jay Flight SLX 267BHS

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 267BHS

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 9
Offers Delivery
9.3 miles from Rogue River, OR
$125
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Coachmen RV Freelander 26RS Chevy 4500

Coachmen RV Freelander 26RS Chevy 4500

2018 / Class C Motor Home
Instant Book
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
16.9 miles from Rogue River, OR
$175
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Coachmen RV Freelander 29KS Chevy 4500

Coachmen RV Freelander 29KS Chevy 4500

2014 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
16.9 miles from Rogue River, OR
$175
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Starcraft Super Lite 261BH

Starcraft Super Lite 261BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
18.7 miles from Rogue River, OR
$129
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Keystone RV Cougar 26RBSWE

Keystone RV Cougar 26RBSWE

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
12.7 miles from Rogue River, OR
$123
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Grand Design Imagine XLS 21BHE

Grand Design Imagine XLS 21BHE

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
18.7 miles from Rogue River, OR
$125
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Keystone RV Hideout 27BHSWE

Keystone RV Hideout 27BHSWE

2017 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 8
Offers Delivery
9.7 miles from Rogue River, OR
$125
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Grand Design Reflection 357BHS

Grand Design Reflection 357BHS

2015 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 9
Offers Delivery
9.3 miles from Rogue River, OR
$200
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Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 201BHXL

Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 201BHXL

2016 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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17.2 miles from Rogue River, OR
$110
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Monaco Diplomat 40 PDQ

Monaco Diplomat 40 PDQ

2006 / Class A Motor Home
Sleeps 4
Offers Delivery
13.4 miles from Rogue River, OR
$275
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Popular RV Rentals Near Rogue River, Oregon, for Any Budget

Traveling in an RV is a great way to explore Rogue River, Oregon, and the surrounding areas. The most popular choice is the travel trailer, and you'll find one starting at about $89 per night. Popup campers, toy haulers, and fifth-wheel campers are all available. If you are looking for a towable option, you can rent a Class A, B, or C motorhome near Rogue River. Class C motorhomes start at about $125 per night while Class A motorhomes in Rogue River, Oregon, and the surrounding area start at about $200 per night. 

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

Roseburg, Oregon, is a fun city to explore in the heart of the Hundred Valleys of the Umpqua. The beautiful weather with about 217 days of sun annually makes it the perfect climate for growing pinot noir grapes. During a day trip, take a drive along the Highway of Waterfalls to see stunning cascades. The North Umpqua Trail is a great place for a hike. 

The Medford, Oregon, area is the perfect place for a weekend outdoor adventure. Play on Crater Lake or go for a hike in the Table Rocks. Summer is the ideal time to visit Medford, where you can pick peaches, Ha'Ogen melons, and apples at many nearby farms. 

Spend a day or two exploring sites and attractions in Bend, Oregon. If you love ales, the Bend Ale Trail is the perfect opportunity to sample local brews. Learn more about raptors by visiting the High Desert Museum. You can find many ancient lava tubes to explore here as well. 

Explore Rogue River, Oregon, in an RVshare RV Rental

Rogue River is a community of about 2,100 people in Jackson County. Originally, the area was home to the Modoc, Shasta, Rogue River, and Umpqua Native Americans, with the Deschutes Native Americans often raiding the area. The first explorers in this area were the French, and they named the area Rogue Valley because of their feelings toward the Native Americans, who were often hostile toward outsiders. The California Gold Rush of the 1850s changed this region because people were looking for a faster way to get to Northern California. Early visitors had to float down the Columbia River, which could be slow and costly. In June 1846, 13 people led by Jesse and Lindsay Applegate laid out a trail allowing people to travel mostly by land to the Willamette Valley. 

The first settlement where present-day Rogue River is located was called Talihol because when the water was high, people wanting to use the trail would convince a horse to swim across the river while holding onto its tail. Gold was discovered nearby in December 1851 by James Cluggage and James R. Poole. While these men continued to California, the area soon became popular for mining, with 5,438 mining locations being staked from October 1856 to June 1880. Most of the miners in the area were of Chinese descent. There were 16 copper, 124 cinnabar, one tin, and a number of gold and silver mines. 

The community's name was changed to Woodville in 1876 when John Wood established the first post office and stagecoach stop. It was changed to Rogue River in 1912. You can learn more about this community's history by visiting the Medford Historical Society, about 21 miles away. The area became popular with traders. J.W. Osbourne constructed a bridge across Evans Creek, and it was replaced in 1927 by a bridge constructed by Jason Hartman. That bridge lasted until 2003 and was rebuilt as the Wimer Covered Bridge, which you can visit today. Stop at the Wimer Market for a picnic before wading in the creek. This can be a great place to pick blackberries in August and September. 

 Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

 

Medford – If you love live theater, take in a show at the Craterian Theater. You can also go for a hike in the many gorgeous areas surrounding this city of about 81,000. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 6 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park
  • 10 Nearby Dump Stations 

Grants Pass – This city of about 34,000 has many excellent museums to visit, including the Grants Pass Museum of Art and the Bear Hotel Artworks Museum. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 17 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park 
  • 20+ Nearby Dump Stations 

White City– This community of about 8,000 people offers great outdoor recreational opportunities. Spend some time exploring the TouVelle State recreation site and the volcanic plateaus at Upper and Lower Table Rock. 

  • 14 Restaurants 
  • 8 Gas Stations 
  • 1 Nearby Dump Station

Best National Parks Near Rogue River, Oregon

There are three national parks that you may want to visit while in the Rogue River area. Crater Lake National Park, about 73 miles to the northeast, contains the deepest lake in the United States. The lake, which is also one of the most pristine, was formed about 7,700 years ago when a volcano collapsed a mountain peak. 

Redwood National Park is about 86 miles southwest of Rogue River. Take a hike under the tall redwood trees at this national park. You may want to explore the park's 40 miles of rugged coastline. 

Another fabulous national park to explore is Lassen Volcanic National Park, located about 200 miles to the southeast. This park is a fantastic place to see dormant volcanoes and wildlife. 

Popular State Parks Near Rogue River, Oregon

There are at least three state parks near Rogue River, Oregon, that you may want to consider visiting. Valley of the Rogue State Park is about nine miles away. Author Zane Grey often came here to fish, and you may also want to go fishing in the Rogue River at this location. There is an interpretative trail along the river's edge to help you understand more about this area's ecosystem. 

Another fantastic option is Harris Beach State Park, located about 107 miles to the southwest along the Pacific coastline. Watch gray whales on their winter and spring migrations, and see harbor seals, California sea lions, sea birds, and the rich marine garden. It is easy to see Bird Island National Wildlife Sanctuary from this park. 

You may also want to visit Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, located about 81 miles to the southwest. Next to Redwoods National Park, this park is home to the Grove of Titans, and you can stroll underneath them on a boardwalk. There are many other trails that you will want to hike, including the Boy Scout Tree, Nickerson Ranch, Little Bald Hills, and Stout Grove trails. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Rogue River, Oregon

Consider driving about 57 miles to the south to visit landmarks such as the Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve. This is a fantastic spot to go caving. Park rangers lead organized tours of the central marble cave formed by acidic water running through the cave over eons. There are over 500 steps that you must climb in this cave, and you must be at least 42 inches tall. You may also have the opportunity to go on candlelit tours of the cave or go wild caving at this location in the Siskiyou Mountains. This park also contains many miles of hiking trails. 

Upcoming Events Near Rogue River, Oregon

  • Rogue River Rooster Crow – Join the fun of a classic car show, parade, and family-friendly events at this Rogue River festival in June. 
  • Whites Country Farm Harvest – Head to Medford during October for fun harvest-themed events, including a maze and pumpkin picking, at this fall event. 
  • Art Along the Rogue – This fall event in Grants Pass provides an excellent opportunity to shop with Oregon artists and get new tattoos. 
  • Hanley Farm Scarecrow Festival – Join the Southern Oregon Historical Society for this fun Halloween festival where you can build a scarecrow and participate in old-fashioned games. 

Popular POI Activities Near Rogue River, Oregon

  • Siskiyou National Forest – Camping, biking, climbing, fishing, and scenic driving are available in this national forest covering more than 1.7 million acres. 
  • Applegate Lake – This lake is stocked annually with about 120,000 rainbow trout and about 50,000 young chinook, and it is a terrific place to go picnicking and swimming. 
  • Casey State Recreation Area – This park near Medford is a terrific place to go hiking, kayaking, and picnicking. 
  • Joseph H. Stewart State Recreation Area – The county manages this state park that overlooks Lost Creek Lake. There are 200 campsites, a store, and boat rentals. 
  • McGregor Park – Learn about local plants, wildlife, geology, and cultural history at the visitor center before enjoying a picnic at this ADA-accessible park. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

When looking for campgrounds near Rogue River, consider those in the Grants Pass Area. For example, think about the ADA-accessible sites at Schroeder Park. This campground offers a tennis court, basketball facilities, and a fishing dock. You may also want to consider Jack's Landing RV Resort, which is within easy walking distance of the beautiful Old Town Grants Pass Area. Another superb choice is River Park RV Resort, which is across the river from Tom Pearce Park. This campground features more than 700 feet of riverfront. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Rogue River, Oregon

You can find RV dump stations across Oregon. There are many great choices in Ashland, including Glenyan Campground, Hyatt Lake Resort, The Point RV Campground, and the Valero Station. You can also find outstanding Grants Pass RV dump stations, including Chinook Winds RV Park, Jacks Landing RV Resort, Moon Mountain R.V. Resort, and Riverfront Trailer Park. There is an RV dump station at Valley of the Rogue State Park as well. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Rogue River, Oregon

If you are looking to store your RV in Oregon, you may consider options in Grants Pass. One possible solution is Monument Drive Mini Storage, which offers covered parking spaces up to 35 feet long. Another possible solution is Mini Mac Self Storage, which offers a variety of covered parking options.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Rogue River, OR

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Rogue River?

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 Rogue River, 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 Rogue River?

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

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

RV Rentals Near Rogue River, OR

National Parks Near Rogue River, OR

State Parks Near Rogue River, OR

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Rogue River, OR

RV Dump Stations Near Rogue River, OR
A number of RV dump stations in California are located in Crescent City. The coastal enclave in the northern part of the state is home to sandy beaches and the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean. 
RV Storage Near Rogue River, OR
Grants Pass, OR, is located next to the Rogue River and is a great starting place for a road trip in either your own RV or a rental motorhome. A great place to begin is the historic district in Grants Pass, which is a large area of interesting sites and buildings. Make sure to stop by the Downtown Welcome Center and pick up a map of the district. There are multiple RV parks and campgrounds, museums, and fun activities all close to Grants Pass, and several outfitters host rafting trips on the Rogue River. The weather in Oregon can be rainy and humid, so if you need to store your RV indoors, many RV storage sites offer indoor storage. These facilities for RV storage, listed below in no particular order, feature various Grants Pass RV self storage options.
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