Dutchmen RV Kodiak Cub 198BH

Dutchmen RV Kodiak Cub 198BH

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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16.4 miles from Utah
$99
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Starcraft Satellite 17RB

Starcraft Satellite 17RB

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 3
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16.4 miles from Utah
$89
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Forest River RV R Pod RP-176

Forest River RV R Pod RP-176

2019 / Travel Trailer
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99.2 miles from Utah
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Jayco Redhawk 31XL

Jayco Redhawk 31XL

2019 / Class C Motor Home
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91.0 miles from Utah
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Fleetwood RV Bounder 35K

Fleetwood RV Bounder 35K

2020 / Class A Motor Home
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76.5 miles from Utah
$269
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Jayco Redhawk 31F

Jayco Redhawk 31F

2019 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 10
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88.1 miles from Utah
$215
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Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 3010BHDS

Dutchmen RV Aspen Trail 3010BHDS

2016 / Travel Trailer
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81.2 miles from Utah
$110
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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Utah

Utah

The state of Utah is a beautiful area, full of many natural wonders that are evocative of the Wild West. One of the best ways to see all that Utah offers is by traveling in an RV. Finding an RV rental in Utah is very easy with RVshare, where owners list their motorhomes that are available for rent.

Before searching on RVshare, it is helpful to know the types of RV rentals. The largest RVs are Class A motorhomes. These RVs are almost like driving a small house around. They can be elaborately or simply furnished, but all are large and have many amenities. If you are taking a long trip or have a large party, then you will want one of these. A Class C motorhome is smaller than a Class B but is still plenty roomy. It will typically have a sleeping area in the front and one in the back, and the bathroom is usually in a separate space.

Class B motorhomes are campervans, which are vans that double as campers. They are easily maneuverable and can fit into tight spaces. Towable trailers are campers that are pulled behind your vehicle. A fifth wheel is the largest of these types of RVs. A pop-up camper rental in Utah is an excellent choice for short trips with a small party. These units are small and retractable, and they are easy to pull behind a vehicle.

RV Campgrounds Near Utah

When you are planning your road trip with camper rentals in Utah, you will want to make sure to visit all of the beautiful sites the state has to offer. There are many campgrounds that are close to the sights you want to see.

Thousand Lakes RV Park is located in Torrey, Utah. You don't have to leave the park for a great view because you can see red rock mountains and sagebrush from every vantage point in the park. There are 52 RV sites, plenty of tent sites and several deluxe cabins.

Thousand Lakes has a playground, pool, and hot tub. There are grills, fire rings, and tables at every site. There are lots of extras, and you can even get your hair done.

If you are looking for a luxurious resort that is located next to a national park, then Portal RV Resort is the campsite for you. It's only minutes away from Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park and has some of the best amenities that an RV campground offers. It has 82 RV sites, a 16-foot by 44-foot lap pool, a hot tub, Wi-Fi, a general store, laundry, a pavilion, a dog run, a spring-fed swimming pond, a playground, a sand beach, sand volleyball, and other conveniences.

US National & State Parks Nearby Utah

Utah has five national parks, each offering its own unique experience. Canyonlands National Park is the largest of these parks and is known for its stunning scenery, amazing trails and plenty of off-roading opportunities. There are four distinct areas: Island in the Sky, a flat mesa; the Needles, filled with tall spires; the Maze, which has canyons; and the Colorado Plateau, where the Colorado and Green Rivers connect.

Arches National Park is home to over 2,000 natural sandstone arches. Unique and beautiful, these arches draw in crowds every year to see these natural rock formations. There are a number of outdoor recreational opportunities, such as hiking, horseback riding, and climbing.

Utah is also home to many state parks, like Dead Horse Point in Moab, Utah. Covering more than 5,300 acres and sitting at an altitude of nearly 6,000 feet, Dead Horse Point State Park is a study in extremes. This southeastern Utah gem features stunning vistas of the Colorado River, and it’s near in proximity to a whole range of other area attractions, such as Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, and the unique and bustling mountain town of Moab. 

RV Storage Facilities in Utah

Sometimes it may be necessary to store your Utah RV rental a short time during your travels. There are several storage facilities in Utah where you can safely keep your RV until you need it again. Most of these facilities have fenced storage lots with a keyed entry and surveillance cameras. Some options include Utah Valley Storage & RV, Minnie's RV & Boat Self-Storage and Classy RV, Boat & Trailer Storage.

Dumpstations Near Utah

There are a number of dump stations in the state of Utah. Cedar City, Moab, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Lake Point and Escalante are some of the cities that have RV dumpstations. The dumpstations include places like Flying J Travel Center, Holiday Oil, Miller's RJ Fuel Stop and Farm & City Feed and RV Supply, Propane Refill.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Utah

Utah is all about nature, and there is an incredible number of parks that you can visit to hike and gaze at all the unique rock formations and canyons. However, you will also definitely want to visit Lake Powell for fun in the water, especially in the summer. Lake Powell is a reservoir, and visitors can experience houseboating, wakeboarding, kayaking, waterskiing, fishing, and boating.

Some other popular tourist attractions in Utah include Zion National Park, Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake, and Antelope Island. Check out 8 unforgettable road trips to take while you're in Utah.

Sports and Entertainment Near Utah

If you are a sporting fan, the good news is that Utah has seven professional sports teams. Utah is home to the Utah Jazz basketball team, Real Salt Lake soccer team, Utah Grizzlies hockey team, Salt Lake Bees baseball team, Orem Owlz baseball team, Ogden Raptors baseball team, and the Utah Blaze baseball team.

Lagoon Amusement Park offers fun for all ages. There are 50 rides, a variety of shows, food, and a historic pioneer village. It's also a great spot for RV renters because there are 175 sites where you can park. Be sure to check in on our events for Utah as well!

Highways in or Near Utah

Utah has several major interstates running through the state that will take you where you need to go, including I15, I70, I80, I80-N, I84, I214, and I215. One of the most useful, I15 runs north and south between Saint George and Monida Pass, Idaho.