RV Rental Yreka, CA

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Highland Ridge RV Open Range OT328BHS

Highland Ridge RV Open Range OT328BHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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46.0 miles from Yreka, CA
$110
PER NIGHT
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Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup 16BHS

Forest River RV Cherokee Wolf Pup 16BHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
49.5 miles from Yreka, CA
$105
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Newmar Ventana 4037

Newmar Ventana 4037

2018 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 4
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64.6 miles from Yreka, CA
$250
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Discover Yreka, CA in an RV!

A road trip in an RV to Yreka, CA is a great way to make new memories with family and friends! In fact, traveling in an RV is a wonderful way for families to vacation. Kids who like routine are able to spend the day exploring and then come back to a familiar bed and have a comforting end to their day. An RV trip also allows you to travel on your own time. If you’re having a great time in one area, you can stay longer. If you’re ready to move on, you can pack up and go. A motorhome vacation allows you flexibility that many other trips do not.

If you don’t own your own RV, that’s easy to fix, too! RVshare rents a variety of vehicles, and you can have all the fun of using an RV without the worries of owning it. If you are interested in owning one, renting with RVshare first allows you to try one out to see if it fits with your preferences and lifestyle before you commit to buying one. Also, if this is your first RV trip, you can rent with RVshare and have the assurance that their 24-hour roadside assistance means you can call someone at any hour of the day with questions or problems.

You have a variety of options (200 in fact) for campers and motorhomes when you rent with RVshare. Class A motorhomes are a good choice for large groups or for people who like some room and some perks like showers and even laundry. Class B campervans are a better choice for people traveling alone or with a very small group - their smaller size makes them great for managing windy roads and they can fit almost any campsite. Class C campers are a good compromise between the two - they’re larger than campervans but they have some of the amenities of a Class A motorhome. RVshare also rents 5th wheel trailers, teardrop and A-frame trailers, toy haulers, and much more. You’re sure to find something to suit your needs!

Also remember as you plan that most owners give discounts for longer rental periods. Your nightly rate will likely go down if you rent for a week, or a month. You can see what owners are charging by clicking on the vehicle you’re interested in, then scrolling down to the price breakdown to see how much they charge per night, per week or per month.

Search for a vehicle on RVshare by location, price, size, or year of model. You can also narrow your search by whether a camper is pet-friendly. You can search for vehicles available to rent for a one-way journey or a round-trip.

On this page, you’ll also find helpful tips for planning your stay. See campgrounds we recommend, find local state parks or national parks in the state. Browse the Events & Entertainment section for ideas on where to eat and what to do in town and see a list of live events happening while you’re visiting. You’ll also find important advice on where dump stations are located, and tips to plan a road trip starting right here in Yreka, CA to explore the surrounding area.

No matter what activities you plan on your trip, you’ll be making memories that will last long after you’ve returned home!

RV Rentals Near Yreka, CA

National Parks Near Yreka, CA
State Parks Near Yreka, CA
RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Yreka, CA
RV Dump Stations Near Yreka, CA
Klamath Falls is situated in Southern Oregon just 25 miles north of the California border, and it sits on the southern shore of the Upper Klamath Lake. Crater Lake National Park is just 50 miles north of town, and fans of the Wild West will probably enjoy the Favell Museum.
RV Storage Near Yreka, CA
Siskiyou County is the northern entrance to California on Interstate 5. This area is home to the Klamath National Forest and is the southern point of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Tourists visit all year to enjoy everything there is to see and do. Winter sports fans can hit the slopes with their skis and snowboards while the warmer seasons see hikers, animal watchers, and natural-wonder explorers. RVers can find great campgrounds in this area, and if you need to store your newly purchased coach while you are on the trails, there are plenty of safe locations to store your RV. Each of these facilities has its own unique charm, and the list is in no particular order. 
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