RV Rentals Sugar Land, Texas

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Heartland Mallard 312

Heartland Mallard 312

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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13.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$110
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Dutchmen RV Coleman Light LX 2855BH

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light LX 2855BH

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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13.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$105
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Heartland Mallard 210RB

Heartland Mallard 210RB

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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13.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$95
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Forest River RV Vibe 26BH

Forest River RV Vibe 26BH

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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16.8 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$120
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Coachmen RV Catalina Legacy 303QBCK

Coachmen RV Catalina Legacy 303QBCK

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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13.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$115
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Ford Ford Thor

Ford Ford Thor

2020 / Class C Motor Home
Sleeps 6
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14.1 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$175
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Forest River RV Wildwood FSX 178BHSKX

Forest River RV Wildwood FSX 178BHSKX

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 7
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13.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$100
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Dutchmen RV Coleman 17B

Dutchmen RV Coleman 17B

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
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15.1 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$85
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Forest River RV FR3 30DS

Forest River RV FR3 30DS

2019 / Class A Motor Home
Sleeps 7
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17.7 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$320
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Heartland Cyclone 4270

Heartland Cyclone 4270

2019 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 7
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18.7 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$250
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Thor Motor Coach Quantum LF31

Thor Motor Coach Quantum LF31

2020 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 8
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10.6 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$285
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Forest River RV Cherokee Black Label 274BRBBL

Forest River RV Cherokee Black Label 274BRBBL

2022 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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18.5 miles from Sugar Land, TX
$120
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Popular RV Rentals Near Sugar Land, Texas, for Any Budget

Grab the sweetest deals on rental RVs so that you can explore Sugar Land, Texas, and the surrounding area. Consider cute travel trailers big enough to sleep two for $59 per night, or bring the whole gang by renting a travel trailer that sleeps 10 for about $105 per night. Class C motorhomes make it easy to get around and start at about $190. You may feel like a kid in a candy store when you begin considering all the different options, including Class A motorhomes, popup campers, and toy haulers that are available. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Sugar Land, Texas, No Matter the Duration

Give your camping trip a big-city flair by visiting Houston. Take a stroll through Moody Garden in the spring to see the beautiful blooms or see the holiday lights in the winter. Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is an excellent place to attend a concert. Get a meal at one of America's best food halls by heading to Railway Heights Market before heading on a bucket list road trip from Houston to New York City or to much-closer Corpus Christi.

Corpus Christi is a fantastic beach city to explore. Start your visit at Mustang Island State Park, where you will fall in love with this facility's five miles of shoreline. You will also want to rent a kayak to follow the Mustang Island Paddling Trail. Another fabulous place to explore is Padre Balli County Park, where you can drive right on the beach and build a beach bonfire. You will also want to go for a jog at the Michael J. Ellis Beach and Seawall. 

Escape the big city by visiting Katy, Texas. You will love seeing the vintage farm equipment at the Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum. Check the schedule to see if this community's historic homes are open for tours. Enjoy a picnic at MKT Depot and Park before heading indoors to learn more about the importance of the early railroad in the museum. 

Explore Sugar Land, Texas, in an RVshare RV Rental

Stephen F. Austin gave the land where Sugar Land is currently located to Samuel M. Williams in 1828 for his faithful service as a deed writer and record keeper. Williams' father operated a sugar plantation on Oyster Creek in Fort Bend County, which eventually became the mperial Sugar Company. In 1838, Nathaniel F. Williams purchased the land near present-day Sugar Land from his brother and started Oakland Plantation. He built the area's first raw-sugar mill in 1843, which he operated with a third brother. After the brothers died, the land was not cared for properly, and the community did not survive. By 1858, the brothers had changed the farm's name from Oakland Plantation to Sugarland Plantation. 

In 1886, E.H. Cunningham purchased the property and others around it to amass over 12,000 acres. He also built a sugar refinery, a new raw-sugar mill, a paper mill, and the 14-mile Sugar Land Railroad. By 1908, Isaac H. Kempner and William T. Eldridge had purchased the land, making it a town for the Imperial Sugar Company. Poor land conditions and other problems caused the last sugar crop to be grown in 1928, even though Imperial Sugar had invested a lot of money into improving the land. The community's residents had to move elsewhere to seek a living during the Great Depression. 

Imperial Sugar and Sugarland Properties, owned by Isaac H. Kempner, became the sole owner of property in the town. Once Kemper discovered that he had cancer, he created a plan to transition Sugar Land from a company town to his heirs. Part of the plan included selling houses to have enough property owners so that the city could be incorporated instead of being annexed into Houston, and they accomplished this goal in 1959. The 1,200-acre Sugar Creek subdivision became the first master-planned subdivision in 1969. Go on the monthly walking tour of the original company town, starting at the Sugar Land Heritage Museum. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday and contains many historical artifacts. 

Regardless of your interests, you can find plenty to do in this community of 118,000 people. History lovers will want to explore natural history at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, which is on the site where the state locked up convicted felons and allowed them to work on the plantation after slavery ended. If you have children along, be sure to stop and play at the Children's Discovery Center. You may also want to take in a show at the Smart Financial Centre after enjoying a meal at one of the nearby restaurants, like Another Broken Egg Cafe, Japaneiro's, or Churrascos SteakHouse Sugar Land. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Pearland, TX - William Zychlinski purchased 2,500 acres along the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe rail line in 1892 and laid out this community. In 1900 and 1915, hurricanes tried to destroy this town, but it continued to thrive. This community now has about 122,000 residents. You will want to see the Sri Meenakshi Temple, go for a hike at the John Hargrove Environmental Complex & Wetlands, and paddle on 288 Lake. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 7 Campgrounds 
  • 5 RV Dump Stations 

Richmond, TX – This city of about 13,000 is the county seat of Fort Bend County. Settlers named it after Richmond, England. While a group of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred initially settled in this community, they left during the Runaway Scrape, and Robert Eden Handy, along with his business partner William Lusk, laid out the current town, which property owners incorporated in 1837. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas stations 
  • 5 Campgrounds 
  • 3 RV Dump Stations 

Rosenburg, TX - This community takes its name from Henry von Rosenberg, an immigrant from Switzerland who became the president of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe rail line. By 1865, Houston had already become a major railroad town, but when a yellow fever epidemic hit, they shut down the depot feeling that the trains were bringing the sickness to the city. Soon, Rosenburg sprung up as an alternative stop. Developers sold the land in this town as some of the most fertile in America in the early 1900s. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 2 Campgrounds 
  • 5 RV Dump Stations

Best National Parks Near Sugar Land, Texas

While it is about 425 miles away, consider incorporating a visit to Hot Springs National Park into this road trip or a future one. You will want to go hiking in the Ouachita Mountains. Then, enjoy a spa treatment on Bathhouse Row before gazing at the beautiful art in the art museum. This park covers all of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and you can find fabulous boutiques and small businesses where you will love shopping. Spend a night or two camping in the Gulpha Gorge Recreation Area and Campground. 

Many people plan annual pilgrimages to Guadalupe Mountains National Park in the fall when the leaves are changing color. You will want to follow numerous hiking trails, but the best for seeing fall colors is in the Pine Springs area. You may also want to see the white gypsum dunes in the Salt Basin Dunes when you visit this park about 650 miles from Sugar Land. 

Another fantastic national park to visit is Big Bend National Park. This is a fantastic place to explore if you love solitude as it is easy to find along this park's hiking trails. These trails range in length and difficulty, so everyone can easily find one matching their skills at this park about 637 miles from Sugar Land. This is also a fantastic place to go on a paddling trip on the Rio Grande River. 

Popular State Parks Near Sugar Land, Texas

If you love to go hiking, then head to Huntsville State Park as there are 21 miles of hiking trails. You will love deeply breathing as you hike under the tall pine trees. Lake Raven is a great place to fish, swim, and paddle. 

Galveston Island State Park is an ideal spot for a fishing expedition on the Gulf of Mexico. You can fish without a license from shore at this park or use it as a launching place for your boat fishing trip. This park's photo blind is a great spot to take pictures of the many birds which visit this site. There are four miles of hiking trails. 

Brazos Bend State Park is an ideal spot for a hike along the Brazos River. Watch for white-tailed deer, nine-banded armadillos, raccoons, and North American river otters. You can also launch your vessel for a paddling adventure. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Sugar Land, Texas

Watch for the ten bronze statues as you play in Sugar Land parks. Most of them are in Oyster Creek Park. In particular, one statue called "The Selfies" shows two girls taking a selfie, with one holding a bronze cellphone in her outstretched hand. While some Sugar Land residents protested against the statue's installation, the city council stood by their decision to allow 84-year-old Sandy Levin to donate the sculptures that artists in China made. Levin was one of the first allowed to conduct business in China and paid for the statues to show gratitude. Levin says that the ten sculptures showcase what people do in parks. 

Upcoming Events in Sugar Land, Texas

  • Food Truck Fridays – Head to Oyster Creek Park on select August Saturday nights to watch a movie and eat food from food trucks. 
  • International Art and Kite Festival – Art competitions, flying kites, bands, and hands-on art activities highlight this March festival in Brazos River Park. 
  • Red, White & Boom – Shop with vendors, listen to patriotic music, and play family games before watching fireworks at this July 4 festival at The Crown Festival Park. 
  • Texian Market Days – Relive Texas' early days at this festival featuring historic home tours and reenactments held in October at George Ranch Historical Park. 
  • Taste of Louisiana Festival – Listen to live bands and eat Cajun and Creole food at this March festival in Brazos River Park. 

Popular POI Activities in and Near Sugar Land, Texas

  • Cullinan Park – This park covering 754 acres contains nature trails, a lake, and outdoor cooking facilities. 
  • Duhacsek Park – This park contains a rentable historic home and pavilion along with hiking trails and other recreational facilities. 
  • City Park – This park is a great place for a bike ride, and it offers a spacious skate park and playground. 
  • Eldridge Park – This park features a fishing pier, concession stand, and picnic facilities. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

There are fantastic campgrounds in and near Katy, Texas. If you need to work while RVing, then Katy Lake RV Resort may be the perfect choice for you as they have a computer room. Cinco Ranch RV Park in Richmond offers daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Shiloh RV Resort offers storage in addition to being a family-owned campground. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Sugar Land, Texas

It is a great idea to empty your tanks before entering Houston or after visiting the city, and you can find terrific RV dump stations in Houston. You can also find convenient locations in Richmond at Shiloh RV Park and RiverBend RV Park. There is also one available at the Love's Travel Stop in Katy. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Sugar Land, Texas

Using a Spring, Texas, RV storage facility makes it easy to store your RV in a secure location when you cannot be camping. StorQuest Self Storage offers covered parking. Sugar Land RV and Boat Storage also offers covered parking. You will also want to consider LifeStorage, which has many different locations with various options in the greater Houston area.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Sugar Land, TX

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Sugar Land?

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 Sugar Land, TX, 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 Sugar Land?

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

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

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Visiting Katy should definitely be on your itinerary as you travel on your road trip through Texas. It is just west of Houston, which is a large urban city with much to see and do. Katy is also filled with fun sites and activities, like a railroad museum and several beautiful parks. Traveling in your own RV or a rented motorhome is the ideal way to see this part of Texas, and you have a wide choice of campgrounds where you can stay. If you need to store your RV temporarily while traveling, you have a good choice of RV storage facilities, listed below in no particular order. Texas is hot and sunny during the summer, but you can choose various types of Katy RV self storage, both covered and uncovered.
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