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Popular RV Rentals Near Ruston, Louisiana, for Any Budget

Snag an RV in Ruston, Louisiana, and enjoy everything northeast Louisiana has to offer. It is also easy to explore locations in northern and eastern Texas and eastern Arkansas when staying in Ruston and the surrounding area. Travel trailers starting at about $85 per night are the most popular option. Alternatively, opt for a toy hauler starting at about $60 per night or a fifth-wheel camper starting at about $100 per night. You can also find great motorhomes, including Class C motorhomes beginning at about $160 per night. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Ruston, Louisiana, No Matter the Duration

Arcadia, Louisiana, is about 18 miles west of Ruston. This community of 2,800 people has excellent museums to visit during a day trip. Consider starting at the Arcadia train depot to learn more about folk art in this area. Then, explore nearby attractions about Bonnie and Clyde. 

Monroe, Louisiana, is about 32 miles east of Ruston and is a great place for animal lovers to spend a long weekend. You may want to go to the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo before exploring the Biedenham Museum and Gardens and the Black Bayou National Wildlife Refuge in this town of about 48,000 people. 

El Dorado, Arkansas, has about 19,000 people. Learn more about the area before the Civil War by visiting the John Newton Home. Take a stroll through the Murphy Arts District; this community's downtown area is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon shopping. 

Explore Ruston, Louisiana, in an RVshare RV Rental

Ruston is the country seat of Lincoln Parish. The parish was formed as the United States started rebuilding after the Civil War. The parish's sheriff, Robert E. Russ, gave 634 acres for the town to begin, and the city is named after a shortened version of Russ Town. Soon the Vicksburg, Shreveport, and Pacific Railroad arrived, and it was much easier for local farmers to get their cotton to markets in the northern United States. A second railroad line came in Ruston in 1901. Learn more about the region's history by heading to Dubach to visit the Autrey House Museum, the oldest log cabin in the area. 

Louisiana Tech University was formed in 1894 as the Industrial Institute and College of Louisiana and drew many to the area. Following the Civil War, it became the third research university in the South devoted to educating students. Francis P. Stubbs donated 20 acres to build the university, and Colonel Arthur T. Prescott was installed as the college's first president. You may want to stroll across this beautiful campus and watch a game at Joe Aillet Stadium. 

During World War II, Ruston became home to one of the largest POW camps in the United States. Over 4,315 prisoners were held at this camp. They came from various European countries, including France, Austria, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, Romania, and Russia. Many found conditions in Ruston better than conditions in their homeland. Some of the buildings from the camp still stand near the West Campus area of Grambling State University while Louisiana Tech University has many items from Camp Ruston in Wyly Tower. 

Ruston still has deep agricultural roots, including the largest peach orchard in the state. The orchard was established in 1946 by J.E. Mitcham, and you will want to visit their store and other small businesses in the historic downtown area. You can find terrific places to eat in Ruston. For a taste of real Louisiana cuisine, head to Ben Christmas Crawfish or find a fantastic steak at Beau Vines Steakhouse. You can find outstanding barbecue at many locations, including Bad Wolf BBQ. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Grambling – This town has about 4,600 people, but its population swells when Grambling State University is in session. Consider tailgating before a Gambling State University game at Eddie Robinson Field. 

  • 10 Restaurants 
  • 4 Gas Station 
  • 2 State parks 
  • 2 RV dump stations 

Simsboro – This centralized town has a population of about 840 people and is very near Lake Claiborne State Park, Louisiana Parish Park, and J.C. Love Field. 

  • 2 Restaurants 
  • 2 Gas Stations 
  • 2 Campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby State Park 
  • 5 Nearby Dump Stations 

Choudrant – Head downtown to shop with local merchants in this town of 1,000 people. It is a great place to grab a meal or snacks before a trip to Vardi Parsons State Park, which is located nearby. 

  • 2 Restaurants 
  • 1 Gas Station 
  • 3 Nearby Dump Stations 

Best National Parks Near Ruston, Louisiana

Drive about 167 miles north of Ruston and explore Hot Springs National Park. You will want to drink a beer, see art, and get a spa treatment in the nine historic buildings that make up Bathhouse Row. Before this location was a national park, it was a tourist destination because of its mineral-rich waters. You will want to experience them by soaking in them on Bathhouse Row or visiting one of the nearby natural areas. There are 26 miles of hiking trails. Consider taking a scenic drive up the mountain so that you can look down on this national park. 

Popular State Parks Near Ruston, Louisiana

Jimmie Davis State Park near Chatham is an ideal place to go fishing as there are two boat launches and a fishing pier. The lake, surrounded by a hardwood forest, is also an excellent place to go waterskiing. It is located about 21 miles south of Ruston. 

Lake Claiborne State Park near Homer is about 30 miles away from Ruston. The 6,400-acre lake at this park is heavily stocked with a variety of fish. You will want to take a hike in the pine woods. 

Lake Bistineau State Park is a great place to go kayaking under the cypress and tupelo trees. Consider camping at the campground. You can find many scenic spots for a picnic at this park near Doyline, which is about 50 miles west of Ruston. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Ruston, Louisiana

Head to the Old City Cemetery in Monroe, about 31 miles east of Ruston, to see the Statue of a Married Man. The crypt is topped with a statue of a man staring intently at the downtown Monroe area and holding a copy of a marriage license in his hand. In 1875, Sidney Saunders, a successful saloon keeper and gambler, returned from a trip with a woman who he introduced as his wife and a newborn baby. Rumors around town were that she was a prostitute and that the couple was not married. When Sidney passed, Mrs. Saunders had the memorial erected to prove that the two were married. 

Upcoming Events in Ruston, Louisiana

  • Krewe of Allegro Mardi Gras Ball and Silent Auction – In February, celebrate Mardi Gras in Ruston with a parade, dance, and the royal court's crowning during this upcoming event. 
  • Railroad Festival – Celebrate the importance of the railroad to Ruston in April at this downtown festival featuring live bands and food vendors. 
  • Louisiana Peach Festival – Bring your best peach desserts and other goodies to this June festival and have them judged or bring your appetite and eat the various peach-inspired foods. There will be arts and crafts, music, and family fun. 
  • ARToberfest – Sip local brews and see art at this two-day festival held in October. 

Popular POI Activities Near Ruston, Louisiana

  • Lincoln Parish Park – Ride along the 10-mile-long mountain bike trail in this park. 
  • 4 Paws Dog Park – Bring your large and small dogs to this 1.5-acre park. There is an obstacle course for larger dogs and a swimming pool for smaller ones. 
  • Lake D'Arbonne State Park – This park near Farmerville features a boat ramp, playground, tennis courts, and a campground. 
  • Railroad Park – This downtown park often hosts special events, including pet shows and concerts. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

You can find terrific Louisiana campgrounds, including Antique Village RV Park, Lincoln Parish Park, and Ruston Sports Complex in Ruston. You may also want to consider campgrounds in Monroe, like 101 RV Park & Campground Travel Plaza, which is within walking distance of dining and shopping destinations. Ouachita RV Park is a family-owned campground that has been serving customers since 1975. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Ruston, Louisiana

Consider using RV dump stations in Shreveport if you are headed in that direction. Pilot Flying J Travel Plaza, Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores, and Cash Point Landing are outstanding options. You can also find RV dump stations at Campers RV Center and Shreveport/Bossier City KOA. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Ruston, Louisiana

There are RV storage options in Louisiana across the state. If you are looking for RV storage near Ruston, consider choices in Monroe. Sterlington Road Storage features a brightly lit parking area that is accessible only using a keypad. You may also want to think about options at Arkansas Road Self Storage and Ashley Storage, where inside and outside storage may be available. Always call ahead to find out about pricing and availability.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Ruston, LA

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

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 Ruston, LA, 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 Ruston?

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

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

RV Rentals Near Ruston, LA

National Parks Near Ruston, LA

State Parks Near Ruston, LA

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Ruston, LA

RV Dump Stations Near Ruston, LA
Some of the top waste dump stations in Shreveport, which is in northwestern Louisiana, are near the borders of Texas and Arkansas. Travelers who enjoy fishing or water sports will appreciate the Red River and Cross Lake while other visitors will appreciate Shreveport's Sci-Port Discovery Center, Louisiana State Fairgrounds, and Spring Street Historical Museum.
RV Storage Near Ruston, LA
Nothing beats traveling in Louisiana in an RV, and there are plenty of campgrounds in the Monroe area where you can stay overnight for a few days. What if your travels require you to have a place where you can store your RV for an extended time? RV storage costs in Monroe, LA, are pretty reasonable, and this list is designed to help you find a storage location that you can use in the area. The locations are not in a specific order because every RVer’s needs differ.
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