Purchasing an RV or camper van can cost more than a home. While you may want to have the wanderlust experience of waking up to an amazing view with coffee freshly made in your Chemex, the cost can outweigh the dream. With Outdoorsy, website and app users can live the dream at a fraction of the cost.
Like the Airbnb of RV rentals, Outdoorsy has a camper for any style. Travelers who have never driven a large motorhome before can search for smaller vehicles that are easier to navigate on the road while the more experienced campers can opt to rent large, bus-sized campers. Prices range by listing, but the average is $100–200 a night.
Renters have the option of having the vehicle delivered to a specific area for easy access and can pick up the camper in one city but drop it off in another for a one-way trip. Each listing and owner’s rules vary so it is important to send a quick message to the host before fully booking to make sure their rules align with what you are in search of.
Explore the beautiful sights of Zion National Park through a 2022 Thor Motor Coach Tranquility 19L. The host of this vehicle, Chris has fully stocked the camper with anything and everything you may need during your outdoor adventure. Folding chairs, linens, kitchen utensils and a gas fire ring are tucked neatly into this camper. Those looking to camp under the stars but also take a shower after a hot day of hiking will enjoy this rental for a luxurious Western adventure.
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