RV Rental Sheridan, WY

1-11 RV Rentals
Forest River RV Cherokee Alpha Wolf 26DBH-L
2019 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Alpha Wolf 26DBH-L

Sleeps 10 31.0ft
12.4 miles from Sheridan, WY
(2)
$165 /night
Palomino Puma 32BHQS
2021 Travel Trailer

Palomino Puma 32BHQS

Sleeps 10 38.0ft
1.0 miles from Sheridan, WY
(8)
$195 /night
Keystone RV Passport SL 219BH
2021 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Passport SL 219BH

Sleeps 6 25.0ft
73.4 miles from Sheridan, WY
(3)
$149 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 281BHS
2014 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 281BHS

Sleeps 8 31.0ft
77.3 miles from Sheridan, WY
(2)
$150 /night
Keystone RV Hideout 290QB
2021 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Hideout 290QB

Sleeps 9 33.0ft
78.0 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$129 /night
Grand Design Reflection 337RLS
2021 Fifth Wheel

Grand Design Reflection 337RLS

Sleeps 4 36.0ft
79.3 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$200 /night
Dutchmen RV Dutchmen 25F Sport
2008 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Dutchmen 25F Sport

Sleeps 6 26.0ft
80.7 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$125 /night
ALiner Ascape Plus
2018 Travel Trailer

ALiner Ascape Plus

Sleeps 2 13.0ft
73.4 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$117 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH
2015 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Sleeps 8 31.0ft
81.9 miles from Sheridan, WY
$120 /night
Keystone RV Raptor 426TS
2019 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Raptor 426TS

Sleeps 7 43.0ft
78.0 miles from Sheridan, WY
$150 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Roo 24WS
2019 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood Roo 24WS

Sleeps 6 24.0ft
83.1 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$94 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pack 325PACK13
2019 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pack 325PACK13

Sleeps 7 40.0ft
82.6 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$140 /night
Keystone RV Carbon 36
2022 Toy Hauler

Keystone RV Carbon 36

Sleeps 7 38.0ft
77.5 miles from Sheridan, WY
$300 /night
Forest River RV Cardinal 2975RK
2007 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Cardinal 2975RK

Sleeps 4 30.0ft
79.1 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$120 /night
Starcraft Autumn Ridge 245DS
2011 Travel Trailer

Starcraft Autumn Ridge 245DS

Sleeps 6 26.0ft
70.0 miles from Sheridan, WY
$120 /night
Keystone RV Springdale 266RLSSR
2012 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Springdale 266RLSSR

Sleeps 6 28.0ft
81.9 miles from Sheridan, WY
$230 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Ultra Lite 2902SS
2012 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Rockwood Ultra Lite 2902SS

Sleeps 7 33.0ft
72.1 miles from Sheridan, WY
$200 /night
Jayco Eagle Super Lite 31.5FBHS
2012 Fifth Wheel

Jayco Eagle Super Lite 31.5FBHS

Sleeps 8 34.0ft
77.2 miles from Sheridan, WY
$129 /night
Forest River RV Shockwave T25FQMX
2014 Toy Hauler

Forest River RV Shockwave T25FQMX

Sleeps 7 30.0ft
77.0 miles from Sheridan, WY
$250 /night
Keystone RV Raptor 3812TS
2011 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Raptor 3812TS

Sleeps 8 39.0ft
77.8 miles from Sheridan, WY
(1)
$170 /night
Hallmark  CUCHURA
2015 Pop-up Camper

Hallmark CUCHURA

Sleeps 4 10ft
70.7 miles from Sheridan, WY
$100 /night
Carriage Carri-Lite 36XTRM5
2005 Fifth Wheel

Carriage Carri-Lite 36XTRM5

Sleeps 4 37.0ft
45.5 miles from Sheridan, WY
$200 /night
Forest River RV Salem Hemisphere Lite 336RLT
2014 Fifth Wheel

Forest River RV Salem Hemisphere Lite 336RLT

Sleeps 4 37.0ft
89.3 miles from Sheridan, WY
$124 /night
Forest River RV Wildwood 29QBBS
2011 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Wildwood 29QBBS

Sleeps 9 35.0ft
72.7 miles from Sheridan, WY
$125 /night
Heritage Glen 372 RD
2017 Fifth Wheel

Heritage Glen 372 RD

Sleeps 6 43ft
76.6 miles from Sheridan, WY
$2,000 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Premier 2716G
2016 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood Premier 2716G

Sleeps 8 19.0ft
77.2 miles from Sheridan, WY
$79 /night
Jayco Jay Flight 26BH
2013 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight 26BH

Sleeps 8 29.0ft
78.7 miles from Sheridan, WY
$99 /night

Approximately 31,000 people live in Sheridan. Many of them have stunning views of the Bighorn Mountains from their property. Jack Dow laid out the city and named it after General Philip Sheridan, a Union cavalry leader in the American Civil War. While visiting this city, stop at Whitney Commons Park to see a reconstructed cabin from an early settler. There are 46 buildings in the downtown area on the National Registry of Historic Places, and many of these businesses are filled with unique shopping experiences. 

While downtown, consider some of the restaurants. Cowboy Restaurant is a fantastic place to start your day with eggs, bacon, biscuits, and gravy. At lunchtime, head to El Tapatio Dos for fajitas, burritos or enchiladas. End the day at Rib & Chop House dining on steaks, seafood or baby-back ribs. 

Organizers held the first rodeo in Sheridan in about 1900. At the first rodeos, organizers included a horse race with the winner taking home a bride. Event planners held the first WYO Sheridan Rodeo in 1931. This week-long event still occurs in mid-July annually. The community hosts a parade, pancake breakfast, dances and other events, along with many rodeos. 

There are many museums in Sheridan that you will want to visit. See the head of a massive T-Rex dinosaur named Sue by touring the T-Rex Natural History Museum. Understand more about the Old West and the Plains Indians by touring the Museum of the Bighorns, King’s Museum and the Briton Museum. The Hans Kleiber Studio Museum is an excellent place to see Bighorn-inspired art. 

Campgrounds Near Sheridan, Wyoming

Most sites at Sheridan Big Horn Mountains KOA Journey have water and electrical hookups while a few also offer sewer hookups. Wi-Fi is available at each site. Some sites are up to 147 feet long. You can fish in Goose Creek without leaving this campground, and a seasonal swimming pool is available. This campground is open from April 1 through October 31. 

All Peter D’s RV Park sites are 60 feet long and offer pull-through convenience. Each site comes with free Wi-Fi and complimentary cable television. There are four acres available to use as a pet run. This family-owned campground, operated by Pete and his wife, Barbara, has a spacious laundry and bathhouse. 

Lazy R Campground offers an on-site coffee shop and bakery. This campground in Ranchester, Wyoming, offers concrete pads, and each site is pull-through. Each site at this campground that never closes also has free Wi-Fi. Historic Connor Battlefield State Park is within walking distance. 

National Parks near Sheridan, Wyoming

Wind Cave National Park is about 230 miles southeast of Sheridan. According to Lakota Native American lore, the first buffalo and humans emerged on earth from this cave’s natural entrance. Often, when you stand in the right place, you can hear a unique humming sound, so you will want to try it. After touring the cave, consider hiking on some of this park’s 30 miles of trails. Bring your camera as you will want to capture the varied forest and prairie landscape. Do not be surprised if a bison or a prairie dog wanders into your photo. Elk Mountain Campground is a fantastic place to go birdwatching. This campground has 48 RV-friendly sites with full hookups during the warmer months. 

Grand Teton National Park is a beautiful destination where you can see eight peaks that are over 12,000 feet tall. It is about 320 miles southwest of Sheridan. Many climbers head to this location to try to summit Grand Teton, as it is the tallest peak in the park, but if you are a beginner, there are many easier choices. This park has six mountain lakes that are excellent places for a paddling or fishing adventure. Part of the Snake River runs through this park, and it is a terrific place for a rafting adventure. There are numerous campgrounds spread across this park, including Colter Bay Campground, which has over 300 sites, and Gras Ventre Campground, which has over 250 sites. 

Theodore Roosevelt National Park is about 320 miles northeast of Sheridan. Federal officials have divided this park into three units. The Elkhorn Ranch Unit is where President Roosevelt lived from when his wife died until his death, and it is the least developed. There are beautiful scenic drives across the north and south units, where you may see horses, longhorn cattle, mule deer, bison, white-tailed deer and elk. One of the reasons that you will want to camp at this national park is to attend the evening programs hosted by park rangers in the Cottonwood Campground Amphitheater. Another reason is to see the dark skies filled with stars and planets. Consider timing your visit to coincide with the Dakota Nights Astronomy Festival, held annually in mid-September. 

State Parks Near Sheridan, Wyoming

Boysen State Park is on the edge of the Wind River Canyon. The reservoir is a fantastic place to go fishing for walleye, sauger, perch, crappie, largemouth bass, bluegill, stonecat, black bullhead, mountain whitefish, carp, flathead, lake and creek chubs and golden and sand shiners. The looped Wind River Canyon Scenic Byway starts at this location and is a terrific place for a scenic drive. Seasonally, hunting is allowed. There are two campgrounds. Lower Wind River Campground is in the northeast part of the park while Upper Wind River Campground is in the northwest part. 

Keyhole State Park is on the western edge of the Black Hills. There are 10 campgrounds at this state park, which covers 15,890 acres. The 14,000-acre reservoir is a terrific place for fishing, boating, swimming, canoeing and kayaking. Anglers especially often catch trout a short distance downstream from Yellowtail Dam. 

An impoundment of the Shoshone River forms Buffalo Bill Reservoir in Buffalo Bill State Park. Numerous boat ramps make it easy to access the 9,000-acre reservoir. Many visitors love to come here to go off-roading. As you explore this park, you may see deer, antelope, elk, moose, coyotes, bears, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs. Some type of hunting is available year-round at this location. This park has three campgrounds, with Lake Shore ideally positioned for boaters. There is a large irrigated field at North Fork Campground, and it often provides some of the best wildlife viewing. Trout Creek Group Camping Area is ideally situated for group get-togethers as there is a large picnic pavilion. 

National Sites Near Sheridan, Wyoming

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument portrays what happened at this location on June 25 and 26, 1876, when troops, including George A. Custer, died at the hands of several thousand Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors who were trying to defend their way of life. Start your visit by seeing the large memorial near the visitors center before driving along Tour Road, where you will find pullovers with interpretive signage. A cellphone audio tour will help you learn more about the deadly event. Throughout the summer months, local Native American tribes give public tours. 

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area - Bighorn Lake is a fantastic place for fishing and paddling fun because of the breathtaking vertical walls surrounding it. You can also go trout fishing on the Bighorn River at this location. There are over 27 miles of hiking trails. Take time to explore the three historic ranches. The largest herd of wild horses in the United States lives at this location. There are eight campgrounds in addition to many opportunities to boondock. 

Devils Tower National Monument - The thousands of crags on Devils Tower National Monument make this an immensely popular climbing location. Many Northern Plains Native Americans consider this location sacred, and throughout June so that they can host ceremonies at this location. Climbing routes may also be closed during spring and summer to protect nesting falcons. You can see great tower views from many of this monument’s hiking trails. This park’s remote location lends itself to stargazing. You can often find top views from Joyner Ridge Parking Lot and Circle of Sacred Smoke Sculpture and Picnic Area. Park rangers often host nighttime viewing parties. 

National Forests Near Sheridan, Wyoming

While it can be a long drive from Sheridan, Coconino National Forest is a terrific camping destination. Clear Creek and Manzanita campgrounds are open year-round, but many other choices exist. This national forest covering more than 1.8 million acres is an excellent place to go hiking, paddling, fishing and swimming. 

Bighorn National Forest contains over 1,200 miles of trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, off-roading and other activities. Located a short distance from Sheridan, Sibley Lake is a fantastic place to go trout fishing. There is a 24-unit campground on the lake’s shores. Dead Swede Picnic Ground is a fabulous location for a picnic, and it is very near Dead Swede Campground, which has 20 sites open during the summer. Annually, the picnic ground is the starting and ending point for a 100-mile bike race through the Bighorn Mountains in early June. Shorter races and tours are also available during the Dead Swede, which draws participants from across the U.S. and beyond. 

Custer National Forest contains numerous campgrounds and lots of dispersed camping locations. Bangtail Divide Trail is a terrific place to start a mountain-biking adventure. Hebgen Lake, near the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, offers anglers an opportunity to paddle and fish in a stillwater lake created by an earthquake in 1959. Prime climbing locations fill this national forest. If you want a unique adventure, consider climbing one of this forest’s frozen waterfalls in the winter. Those who want to go bouldering will want to hike along the Chestnut Trail.

RV Rentals Near Sheridan, WY

National Parks Near Sheridan, WY

State Parks Near Sheridan, WY

National Forests Near Sheridan, WY

National Sites and Monuments Near Sheridan, WY

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Sheridan, WY

RV Dump Stations Near Sheridan, WY
The Wyoming RV dump stations in and around the Gillette area are located in different types of establishments, which include gas stations/convenience stores, private and state campgrounds, and rest areas. While in this area of the state, you'll have the opportunity to visit Devil's Tower and the Thunder Basin National Grassland.
RV Storage Near Sheridan, WY
With a good RV storage facility in Billings, Montana, you can store and protect your RV during the long winter and keep it ready for spring and summer road trips. Pictograph State Park is a great place that offers loads of activities, but you may want to check out the Yellowstone Art Museum and Moss Mansion Museum before spending the weekend in Yellowstone. With outdoor and indoor RV storage Billings, MT, you can head right from picking up an RV to the storage unit. The following RV storage facilities in Billings are listed in no specific order.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Sheridan, WY

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

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 Sheridan, WY, 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 Sheridan?

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

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