There are several types of RV rentals in Yellowstone National Park that you can consider for your vacation. In general, there are two different categories from which you can choose:
Check out RVshare’s RV classes page for a full listing of RVs that you can rent in the area.
When you are looking for a place to camp in the Yellowstone National Park area, you have a lot of options. One of the more scenic RV parks is Ponderosa Campground, which is located in Cody, Wyoming. If you are having trouble finding a campground in the area, RVshare has a Yellowstone National Park campground page with all the information you need.
With your motorhome or pop-up camper rental in Yellowstone National Park, you'll get to explore as you see fit. Yellowstone National Park covers nearly 3,500 square miles of land, and it crosses into three different states: Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. Whether you're a regular at Yellowstone National Park or it's your first visit, this park provides countless reasons to explore, including a trail for a different perspective of the Grand Prismatic Spring, the renovated historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and the erupting Steamboat Geyser, not to mention the seasonal changes in the flora and fauna. Don't forget to check out Old Faithful! The famous geyser erupts on a regular basis, usually every 44 to 125 minutes or so.
There are other national parks in this part of the country. Grand Teton National Park is in Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone. Due to the higher elevations at this park, it doesn't get too hot here, making for comfortable summer temperatures. Try one of the many trails in Grand Teton, such as Forks of Cascade Canyon, nearly 15 miles and featuring almost 3,000 feet of elevation change. For something not so strenuous, check out the exhibits at the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum in nearby Jackson Hole.
Farther north of Yellowstone, and straddling the U.S.-Canadian border, is Glacier National Park in Montana. A region of unparalleled beauty, this park has over 700 miles of hiking trails and features the Going-to-the-Sun Road. While visiting Glacier National Park, you may see wildlife that includes elk, mountain lions, and grizzly bears.
When you are traveling in an RV in a location like Yellowstone National Park, you may find that you will not be able to visit everything that you want to see in a single trip. With that being said, you may want to find a storage facility in the area where you can keep your RV until you are ready to start exploring again. Nearby storage facilities include Bonneville Storage, West Yellowstone Storage, Yellowstone River RV and Self Storage, and Country Corner RV and Self Storage.
When you are done with your camping excursion, you are going to want to find a location where you can dump your black and gray water tanks. Some campgrounds in the area will have dumpstations that you can use. Some of the campgrounds that have dumpstations include:
July Fourth is a great time of year to spend with your family and friends camping, especially if you have an RV rental in Yellowstone National Park. RVshare has a trip planner to help you find an RV that’s the right size as well as area activities. Since you are traveling in an RV, you can easily make your way from one campground to another, which will make it easy to explore the three states that comprise Yellowstone during your trip.
The north entrance of Yellowstone features the original gate into the park and is worth checking out. There is also a nightly rodeo in the town of Cody. You can also travel to the south entrance to the town of Jackson Hole where you can ride the tram or see the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
There are no major sports teams in the area. However, you can cheer on the Yellowstone Quake junior ice hockey team in Cody.
There are a lot of highways that can help you travel around the Yellowstone National Park area. In Montana, Interstate 90 is fairly close by, and Routes 212, 89, and 191 head straight to the park. In Idaho, Interstate 15 is near the west gate as well as Route 20. In Wyoming, Routes 14, 16, 20, 89, 191, and 287 are all an easy way to get around the park.
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.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Yellowstone National Park?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Yellowstone National Park 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 Yellowstone National Park?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.