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Rent an RV in Southern Idaho

Southern Idaho is home to some of the best national parks, ski mountains, and charming western towns. From Metropolitan Boise to the ski mountains of Sun Valley to the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve, Southern Idaho has a lot to offer those brave enough to rent an RV.

Renting an RV in Southern Idaho is the perfect way to explore the region. With an abundance of campgrounds, national and state parks, and hundreds of outdoor activities, an RV rental vacation is the only way to go. 

Renting an RV in Southern Idaho is easy with RVshare. There are hundreds of RV rentals ranging from luxury motorhomes rentals to small RV rentals to travel trailer rentals. Most RV rentals can sleep up to eight people making it the perfect idea for a family vacation.

Motorhome Rental in Southern Idaho

You’ll find over hundred different Class A motorhome rentals in Southern Idaho. Choose from luxury options that sleep five people with all the bells and whistle of home or a more basic option that can sleep up to eight people comfortably. Whatever you choose, the average nightly rental rate is around $200.

Rent a Campervan in Southern Idaho 

Idaho is a rural state with lots of backroads. Sometimes a large motorhome isn’t the best choice if you want to get off the grid into the backcountry. A Class C small RV rental and campervan is a much better RV rental option. Not only are they more fuel efficient, but they can fit into smaller campsites.

RV Rental Locations in Southern Idaho

You can find RV rental locations throughout the state of Idaho, but most are concentrated in the Boise, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls metro regions. Boise alone has close to 100 RV rental options! If you’re looking to do a much large RV rental vacation, you can expand your RV rental search into nearby Utah, Wyoming, and Montana for more options.

Points of Interest in Southern Idaho 

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve 

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is a U.S. National Monument and national preserve in the Snake River Plain. The park includes three major lava fields and over 400 square miles of sagebrush steppe grasslands. Visitors can see the best of the park by driving the seven-mile Loop Drive.

Evel Knievel Jump Site

In September 1974, motorcycle daredevil, Evel Knievel, decided to jump his steam-powered skycycle across the 500-foot-deep and quarter-mile-wide Snake River. Even though he crashed on the ramp, you can visit the Visitor Center and walk the 1.8-mile route to get a glimpse of Evel Knievel’s crazy idea. 

Miracle & Banbury Hot Springs 

Located in Buhl, Miracle & Banbury Hot Springs is opened year-round and is home to 15 private hot pools, six VIP pools, and four Outdoor public pools. If the hot springs aren’t enough then book a massage with one of the many on-site professional massage therapists.

Thousand Springs Winery

Idaho might not be known for its wine, but Thousand Springs Winery is an award-winning winery in Hagerman. Choose from Windy White and River’s Edge Red. The winery also runs a bed & Breakfast and small restaurant.

Rock Creek Station 

Built in 1865, the Rock Creek Station in Hansen was the first trading post on the Oregon Trail between Fort Hall and Fort Boise. It served multiple purposes including post office, polling station, and saloon. Today, visitors can explore the log store, two stone cellars, a cemetery, and the 1901 Stickler home. 


The city of Boise is the capital of Idaho and the state’s largest city home to over 220,000 people. Boise has ranked as one of the best cities to live in for years. With hundreds of restaurants, art galleries, bars, and museums, there are tons to do in Boise year-round.

Sun Valley 

Sun Valley is a popular ski resort but is home to year-round fun, too. During the summer months you can enjoy hiking, golfing, mountain biking, and more. The area is also home to world-class fly fishing and a popular destination for horseback riding tours.  

The Best RV Parks in Southern Idaho

Snake River RV Park & Campground – Idaho Falls 

With friendly service, a beautifully maintained facility, and free morning coffee, what’s there not to like here? RV sites can fit big rigs up to 85 feet long and have full hookups. There is a swimming pool, hot tub, and playground for the whole family to enjoy.

Mountain Home RV Park – Mountain Home

Located just minutes off exit 95, Mountain Home RV Park has 106 full hookup RV sites with free WiFi and cable. There is an exercise room, off-leash pet park, paved streets, and a playground with basketball courts. 

Boise Riverside RV Park – Boise

Boise Riverside RV Park offers two RV campsite options: full-service pull-thru or Greenbelt back-in RV sites with no sewer. There is river access, a large commons area, shower and laundry facilities, and just minutes from awesome activities in the Treasure Valley region.

Boundary Campground – Sun Valley

Located in the Sawtooth National Forest, Boundary Campground is run by the US Forest Service. This campground is a small, non-reservation campground comprising of 12 campsites big enough for a motorhome. There are no hookups, but there is drinking water from a hand pump and a fire ring and picnic table at each campsite.

Southern Idaho is the perfect destination for a family RV rental vacation. With incredible outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, and biking, there are tons to do in the many nearby national and state parks. Boise is a metropolitan city with all the modern amenities you would expect in a big city, but with the western charm and friendliness. Check out RVshare today for the best RV rentals in Southern Idaho.  

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