RV Rental Vancouver, WA

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Keystone RV Passport 292BH SL Series
2021 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Passport 292BH SL Series

Sleeps 10 32.0ft
1.6 miles from Vancouver, WA
(29)
$130 /night
Forest River RV Surveyor Sport SP-186
2015 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Surveyor Sport SP-186

Sleeps 4 20.0ft
8.8 miles from Vancouver, WA
(25)
$79 /night
inTech RV Sol Horizon
2022 Travel Trailer

inTech RV Sol Horizon

Sleeps 4 19.0ft
17.9 miles from Vancouver, WA
(6)
$115 /night
Jayco Jay Flight 212qbw
2023 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight 212qbw

Sleeps 4 26.0ft
13.9 miles from Vancouver, WA
(7)
$99 /night
Liberty Outdoors Little Guy MAX
2017 Travel Trailer

Liberty Outdoors Little Guy MAX

Sleeps 5 21.0ft
18.4 miles from Vancouver, WA
(9)
$89 /night
Prime Time RV Tracer 24DBS
2022 Travel Trailer

Prime Time RV Tracer 24DBS

Sleeps 8 28.0ft
16.8 miles from Vancouver, WA
(7)
$125 /night
Dutchmen RV Coleman Lantern Series 263BHWE
2021 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Coleman Lantern Series 263BHWE

Sleeps 8 30.0ft
1.6 miles from Vancouver, WA
(11)
$130 /night
Sunset Park RV Sunray 109
2021 Travel Trailer

Sunset Park RV Sunray 109

Sleeps 2 12.0ft
18.3 miles from Vancouver, WA
(15)
$89 /night
Braxton Creek Free Solo Plus DIN
2022 Travel Trailer

Braxton Creek Free Solo Plus DIN

Sleeps 4 18.0ft
12.1 miles from Vancouver, WA
(13)
$90 /night
Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 3250DSLE Ford
2022 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 3250DSLE Ford

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
17.4 miles from Vancouver, WA
(9)
$203 /night
Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 1905BH
2022 Travel Trailer

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 1905BH

Sleeps 5 23.0ft
8.4 miles from Vancouver, WA
(8)
$90 /night
Winnebago Navion 24V
2023 Class C Motor Home

Winnebago Navion 24V

Sleeps 4 26.0ft
4.8 miles from Vancouver, WA
(4)
$292 /night
Jayco Redhawk 31XL
2014 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 31XL

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
18.3 miles from Vancouver, WA
(8)
$189 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup Black Label 17JGBL
2020 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup Black Label 17JGBL

Sleeps 6 17.0ft
16.0 miles from Vancouver, WA
(13)
$130 /night
Keystone RV Springdale SG2010BH22
2022 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Springdale SG2010BH22

Sleeps 8 23.0ft
19.0 miles from Vancouver, WA
(8)
$100 /night
Heartland Mallard 26
2020 Travel Trailer

Heartland Mallard 26

Sleeps 8 32.5ft
16.1 miles from Vancouver, WA
(37)
$135 /night
Tiffin Motorhomes Open Road Allegro 34 PA
2023 Class A Motor Home

Tiffin Motorhomes Open Road Allegro 34 PA

Sleeps 8 36.0ft
15.4 miles from Vancouver, WA
(5)
$375 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 243BHSWE
2022 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 243BHSWE

Sleeps 8 28.0ft
16.9 miles from Vancouver, WA
(7)
$132 /night
Forest River RV Wildwood Heritage Glen 314BUD
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Wildwood Heritage Glen 314BUD

Sleeps 9 39.0ft
8.4 miles from Vancouver, WA
(4)
$132 /night
Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28A
2022 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28A

Sleeps 8 30.0ft
13.3 miles from Vancouver, WA
(4)
$205 /night

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Discover Vancouver, WA in an RV!

You’re sure to enjoy yourself on an RV trip to Vancouver, WA. RV vacations are a great way to make new memories, and Vancouver, WA has many opportunities to do just that. You’ll also appreciate having your own space at the end of the day - spend your time adventuring, and then return to a familiar, comfortable spot to unwind and sleep in your own bed each night. A motorhome vacation also allows you to travel on your own schedule. If you’re in a spot you really enjoy, you can stay longer. If you’re feeling antsy and ready to move on - you can! The flexibility of motorhome travel is one of the great perks of this kind of vacation.

Don’t worry if you don’t own an RV either - RVshare can help. When you rent a motorhome with RVshare, you get all the fun of owning an RV without any of the worries. If you’re a new RVer, you can rent with RVshare knowing that their 24-hour roadside assistance means you always have someone at your disposal to answer any questions you might have while on the road. You can even look for RVs that offer setup and the owner will come and set up your RV at your campsite for you.

You have many vehicles to choose from when you rent with RVshare as well. If you’re traveling with a lot of people, or want your own shower and bathroom on the road, a Class A motorhome will likely fit you best. If you’re traveling light, and either solo or with one other person, a Class B motorhome may be all you need. A Class C camper could also be the perfect fit for you - it’s a good combination of the first two classes - smaller than a Class A motorhome, but with more perks and appliances than a Class B campervan. You can also choose from 5th wheel trailers, teardrop or A-frame trailers, toy haulers, and more.

As you plan your trip, also keep in mind that most owners give discounts the longer you rent. Renting for one night will be more per night than renting for a week, which will be more per night than renting for a month. You can find these discounts by clicking on the vehicle you like, then scrolling down to the price breakdown on the vehicle page.

With over 1000 RV Rentals in Vancouver, WA, you can narrow your search on RVshare and search for a vehicle by location, by price, by size, or by the year of the model. You can also search for pet-friendly RVs, and for RVs you would rent for a one-way trip or a round-trip.

We’ve included some helpful links on this page to a variety of activities in the area and other information you may need on your trip. Check out the Events & Entertainment section for live music, festivals, and sports games that will happen while you’re in town. You can also find interesting places to visit in the area year-round. We also have links to popular campgrounds, nearby dump stations, and road trips you can take starting here in Vancouver, WA so you can see more of the state.

No matter how you choose to enjoy yourself, you’re sure to make memories here to last a lifetime!

Explore Vancouver, WA

It is a beautiful 40-mile drive east on Highway 14 through Camas, WA and Washougal, WA to get to Beacon Rock State Park, a fantastic place to hike. Near the beginning of this Columbia Gorge hike, hikers can see Hardy and Rodney Falls. Then, they get treated to stunning views of the Columbia River below before finally reaching the end of this trail. Hikers who do this hike in the spring or early summer are often rewarded with beautiful views of Mt. Hood with its snow-capped summit. After hiking, quench your appetite with peanut chicken or a veggie burger at The Grill in Stevenson, WA.

A quick jaunt up Interstate 5 through Salmon Creek, WA, and an even shorter drive along Ridgefield National Refuge Road brings hikers to Ridgefield National Refuge, a beautiful hiking destination, in about 35 miles. Before exploring this site, consider stopping at the Country Diner in Ridgefield for a hearty breakfast. This refuge has many curvy hiking loops, and hikers can find something exciting around each bend. While seasonal variations exist, they should not be surprised to see sandhill cranes, Canadian geese, and hawks. One of the main hiking trails at this refuge allows visitors to explore a full-scale Cathlapotle Plankhouse, like Lewis and Clark may have visited during their explorations.

Another terrific hiking destination is Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge, which can easily be reached by driving about 20 miles east on Washington 14. Access the River Trail in William Clark Park. This one-mile-long trail offers tranquil views of the Columbia River. Then, it meets the Mountain View Trail, which offers magnificent views of Mt. Hood on a clear day. After you work up an appetite, consider heading to 54°40′ Beer to enjoy delicious pub food.

Vancouver, WA has a vibrant arts district. Consider attending the complimentary summer outdoor concerts at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver. This venue also has walking paths, a playground, picnic shelters, and a clock tower. While this park is the oldest public park in Washington, something exciting is always happening there.

Another great option while exploring the downtown area is to stroll along the five-mile-long Columbia River Waterfront Renaissance Trail. From this trail, visitors can glimpse the remains of the Kaiser Shipyards at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and the 700-pound Ilchee Statue, which stands 7 feet tall and was created by Eric Jensen.

This area of Vancouver is known as Columbia Shores, and visitors can find a wide variety of cuisine. Get delicious Thai cuisine at Thai Orchid Restaurant. Find Latin food and craft cocktails at DOSALAS latin kitchen + tequila bar. Alternatively, get great wood-fired pizzas at The Rock Wood Fired Pizza if you want Italian cuisine. Visitors who get chilly while exploring the waterfront will want a cup of fresh-brewed coffee at Thatcher's Coffee.

Road Trips Starting from Vancouver, WA

Best National Parks Near Vancouver, WA

Wind your way through breathtaking forest scenery to travel about 175 miles northwest to explore Mount Rainier National Park. Visitors to this park can climb Mount Rainier, the glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S. The park contains five significant areas. The Paradise area, near the Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center, gets an average of 640 inches of snow, making it an ideal place for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and sledding. Once spring arrives, visitors love seeing the meadows filled with wildflowers. The entire Longmire area has been declared a National Historic District, and visitors will want to learn more about this park's history by visiting the Longmire Museum. The Sunrise area contains the highest elevation reachable by vehicle in the park. Visitors are treated to panoramic views of many dormant volcanoes in the surrounding valleys. Visitors to the Ohanapecosh area can find terrific hiking opportunities through old-growth forests filled with Douglas firs, western red cedars, and western hemlocks. Note that some park areas are only open from June through October.

Olympic National Park is about 205 miles from Mount Rainier National Park, and you will pass through all the exciting things to do in Seattle, WA on your way. This park contains one of the largest temperate rainforests in the U.S. This park also has over 70 miles of wild coastline to explore. Consider going on hikes near the Quinault River. Visitors can also fish, climb, boat, paddle, and hike in this park.

After exploring these two parks in Northern Washington state, head south on Interstate 5 for about 500 miles to explore Crater Lake National Park. This park, the only national park in Oregon, offers visitors the chance to play on the deepest river on Earth. Visitors especially love the views from the 33-mile-long Rim Drive, which has 30 overlooks where visitors can pull over and enjoy the scenery. This park has fantastic hiking options, including one where visitors can see unique lava rock formations. Guests at this park can also go on boat and trolley tours, with some including stops at Rim Village, which includes several buildings constructed in the 1920s.

Popular State Parks Near Vancouver, WA

Battle Ground Lake State Park is about 20 miles northwest of Vancouver, WA. Guests love hiking through the forest to get to the lake created by a volcano. Anglers often catch rainbow and cutthroat trout in the lake but may also catch largemouth bass, grass carp, and crappie.

Then, head back to Interstate 5 near Duluth, WA and head north about five miles to explore Paradise Point State Park. Guests can swim, boat, and fish on the Lewis River. The woody areas at this park are fantastic places to go hiking. Guests will also find a disc golf course.

Milo McIver State Park is about 40 miles south of Vancouver and about 53 miles south of Paradise Point State Park. This park is on the Clackamas River's shores. Estacada Lake is a terrific spot for a paddling adventure. Visitors can go on a self-guided tour to see the fish hatchery before heading out on the river or to the fishing pier to catch Chinook salmon and steelhead trout.

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Vancouver, WA

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site covers four sites in Vancouver near the intersection of Interstate 5 and Washington 14 and located 1.2 miles south of Vancouver. The Hudson Bay Company built a fort at Fort Vancouver to trade furs with residents. While the original fort was burned to the ground, visitors can see several recreated buildings, including a jail, bakehouse, and well. The second site is the Vancouver Barracks, the first army post in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors can follow a path to see many buildings, but most are closed to the public. The third site is the Pearson Air Museum, where visitors can learn about the history of this airfield, which was a civilian airfield before becoming a military one. Visitors can also view many old planes. The last stop is the McLoughlin House. This is where Dr. John McLoughlin cared for many people who had set out on the Oregon Trail. There is a second McLoughlin House in Oregon City, OR where he retired.

Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks cover two parks in Washington and two in Oregon dedicated to the Lewis and Clark expedition. Visitors can learn more about the expedition by starting a visit at Fort Clatsop, which is about 95 miles northwest of Vancouver. There is a reconstructed fort at this location. The second site in Washington is Cape Disappointment State Park. In addition to learning more about the expedition, visitors can hike, fish, play on the beach, and camp at this state park, which is about 110 miles northwest of Vancouver.

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is in Seattle, about 165 miles from Vancouver, and is divided into four sites. Visitors can watch a film, view interactive exhibits, and visit with park rangers to learn more about the Klondike Gold Rush. They can also explore the Chilkoot Trail, the Lost Lake Trail, or the A.B. Mountain Trail.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

There is a campground at Battle Ground Lake State Park. There are 35 sites for RVs at this venue. Note that most sites have no hookups, but this state park has a dump station and a few sites with full hookups.

Campers may also consider camping at Paradise Point State Park. This park, 10 miles north of Vancouver, offers most camping spots without hookups, but a few have full hookups. This park also has a modern shower facility and a dump station.

Beacon Rock State Park is in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Visitors to this park, about 40 miles east of Vancouver, will find two campgrounds. Many of those in the Woodward Creek Campground face the Columbia River.

RV Dump Stations Near Vancouver, WA

There are many RV dump stations near Vancouver. One is at Van Mall RV Park in Victoria and about 7.7 miles northeast of Vancouver. They have a dog park, recreation hall, and laundry.

Columbia River RV Park in Portland, OR and about 4.3 miles from Vancouver is operated by the same company that operates Van Mall RV Park. It has three pet-friendly areas.

Another option in Portland is Jantzen Beach RV Park, which is on Hayden Island, located 2.4 miles away from Vancouver. It has a heated pool, playground, and game room.

RV Rentals Near Vancouver, WA

Renting an RV makes exploring Vancouver, WA and the Columbia River Basin easy. On RVshare.com, everyone can find an option that is ideal for them. People who prefer larger units filled with lots of amenities will want to consider Class A motorhomes. On the other hand, if you are more of a minimalist who would like a unit that can go into most areas, consider a Class B motorhome. People who are somewhere in the middle will find Class C motorhomes that fit their lifestyle perfectly.

Whether you prefer to stay close to nature or in a fancy resort campground, you can find an ideal place to camp in the Vancouver area. When looking for camping opportunities, consider Vancouver RV Park, Columbia River RV Park, and Ninety 9 RV Park. If you love staying close to nature, consider camping at Battle Ground Lake State Park, Paradise Point State Park, and Beacon Rock State Park. In addition to exploring the Vancouver area, consider taking an RV road trip.

While staying in an RV makes it easy to move throughout the region, prepare meals, and see attractions, many people find that a travel trailer is the best option for them in the Vancouver area. These units come in different configurations, with some having outdoor kitchens and room to bring ATVs or wave runners. They can often be pulled by your vehicle. Travel trailers come in different sizes so that you can opt for a small teardrop option ideal for a couple or a larger one sleeping up to 10 people.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Vancouver, WA

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

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 Vancouver, WA, 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 Vancouver?

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

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