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Embark on an adventure with a motorhome rental from Las Vegas

With an RV rental, it’s easy to hit the road from Las Vegas and explore the Western USA. You could even head beyond that on an unforgettable cross-country expedition! The country is motorhome-friendly with plenty of places to park and stay. One of the most iconic destinations near Las Vegas is, of course, the Grand Canyon. California is within a day’s drive, as are the many stunning national parks of Utah. 

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RV rental locations in Las Vegas, Nevada

The various places from which to rent RVs in Las Vegas are spread around the central city and towards the McCarran International Airport. This array of depot locations makes it easy for any traveler to pick up their wheels and get their road trip off to a good start. 

RV rentals Las Vegas - Top Brands

Escape and Wild Campers

Escape Rentals and Wild Campers are located at 3347, S. Highland Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89109. They stock three models of van conversions that cater to budget-conscious travelers. Their rental vehicles are all painted with funky murals from some renowned local graffiti artists. The brief is to add a tasteful dash of colour, but they certainly stay away from being offensive. Escape Camper Rentals include 100 miles free per day, while Wild Campers have no free mileage included in the rates, which obviously makes shorter journeys a cheaper campervan option in Las Vegas.

Escape Rentals do not offer free transfers, however the branch location is only a short walk (or taxi ride if the heat is oppressive) from the famous Las Vegas Strip. A taxi ride from the airport to the RV rental depot should cost between $15 and $20. Pick-up for your Escape Camper Rental is between 11am and 4pm and vehicles must be returned by 10am.

Jucy Campers

Jucy Campers offer converted Chrysler Town & Country vehicles and cater to the backpacker-type market or those wanting to travel on a budget. The motorhome rentals are not self-contained and therefore have no toilet or shower, so you will need to stay in RV parks or RV campgrounds for the duration of your stay. These vehicles are certainly easier to drive than some of the bigger RVs and are an ideal entry-level vehicle for those looking to get a cheap RV rental in Las Vegas.

The Jucy depot is located at 5895 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV. Transfers are not included in the rates, so expect around a $30 cab ride from the airport or $45 from Las Vegas Boulevard. Vehicles must be picked up between 1pm and 3pm and drop-off is between 9am and 11am.

El Monte RV Rentals

El Monte RV rentals in Las Vegas offers a range of sizes from 22ft Class C to 32ft Class A vehicles. With such a wide range of motorhomes, we should have something to suit all group sizes. The El Monte RV and Compass RV branch is located at 3800 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nevada, about seven miles from McCarran International Airport and 15 miles from Las Vegas Strip.

El Monte RV suggests that all international and long-distance travelers spend the first night after arrival at a hotel and pick up their El Monte RV Las Vegas the following day. Shuttle transfers are provided from select Las Vegas Airport hotels and the shuttle has designated pick-up times between 10am and 2pm. If you wish to make your own way to the rental branch in Vegas you may do so, but remember that takeover time of vehicles is between 1pm to 4pm based on their readiness. Rental vehicle drop-off is between 8am and 11am.

Apollo and Star RV

Apollo RV operates a range of late-model RVs in varying sizes, from van conversions to Class A RV rentals in Las Vegas. They also run a premium brand - Star RV is a fleet of new model vehicles for your luxury RV rental Las Vegas needs. They all contain shower and toilet facilities and most also have a generator. Compare Apollo RV rental rates here and visit some of Las Vegas attractions.

The Apollo depot is in the suburb of Whitney, nine miles from the city and around seven miles from the airport. Transfers are not included in Apollo RV rental rates but a taxi fare from the city center is approximately $45, and from the airport around $30. The branch is at 5837 Boulder City Highway, Las Vegas, NV and you can pick-up your RV hire between midday to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and 9am to 11am on Saturday. The rental location is closed on Sundays. Vehicle drop-off is between 9am and 11am, Monday to Saturday.

Road Bear RV Rentals

Road Bear RV has a range of brand new vehicles for rent in Las Vegas, all equipped with a selection of modern conveniences. The RV rental Vegas depot for Road Bear and Star Drive RV is at 4730 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV and is around 10 miles from Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport and around 15 miles from the Vegas Strip. Transfers are included in your Road Bear RV rental rates which you should take into account as it can save you money and make it a cheaper option for your RV hire.

Pick-up is between midday and 4pm, Monday to Friday, and return is between 8am and 10.30am. The Las Vegas rental location is open for reduced hours on Saturdays - 8am to 1pm. Free transfers are provided from airport area hotels only, not the airport terminals. They must be arranged by 10am at the latest on the day of pick-up, preferably though you will arrange your transfers up to 72 hours prior to arrival. Return transfers are provided to designated area hotels or you may also be dropped off at the airport terminals in Las Vegas if you prefer.

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Get the best from your Las Vegas RV rental 

This desert oasis is a wonderland of neon lights, entertainment, food, and fun. Although it’s famous for its mega-hotels and endless casinos, there is more to Las Vegas than gambling. In fact, you’ll find some fascinating and unique attractions here including the mesmerizing Bellagio fountains, the Neon Museum, the mini Eiffel Tower, a Titanic exhibition, Madame Tussauds, and much more. There are even natural attractions to enjoy in and around the city. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a favorite.

Guide to driving your Las Vegas RV rentals

To enjoy a trip that’s memorable for all the right reasons, you’ll need to stay safe on the roads. Driving Las Vegas RV rentals can be daunting for those who have never done it before, but there are vehicles of all sizes available to suit different needs. Las Vegas and the USA in general are well set up for RV travel—so take a look at our pointers and prepare for an adventure! 

  • Pay close attention to the depot staff when they give you an orientation to the Las Vegas campervan rental. This is your best chance to learn about how to operate it, so listen and take notes. Don’t be afraid to ask them any questions, both during the orientation and during your rental period. 
  • Always drive your rental motorhomes on the right-hand side of the road! If you are coming from a nation that drives on the left, allow yourself time to acclimatize. 
  • Be aware of the size of your vehicle, particularly when parking or entering buildings with restricted height limits. 
  • The blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers in Nevada is 0.08%. We recommend avoiding alcohol altogether before getting behind your Las Vegas RV rental. 
  • Parking in downtown Las Vegas can be tricky with a car, let alone a motorhome. It’s a good idea to leave your RV at the RV park and use public transport for urban exploration. 
  • When heading beyond the city center limits, ensure the vehicle is stocked with food and water in case of a breakdown on one of the more remote desert roads. 
  • The default speed limits in Nevada are 30 miles per hour in residential or urban areas, and as high as 75 miles per hour on rural freeways. Always check the posted signs. 

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Destination ideas for your RV rental Las Vegas adventure 

An RV rental from “Sin City” opens the door to so many places to go and things to do and see. With transport and accommodation rolled into one, road trips are a breeze. And in a motorhome-friendly nation like the USA, it should be even smoother sailing. 

All routes from Las Vegas Valley lead somewhere exciting if you follow them for long enough! We have put together a few ideas to steer you right in your travel planning. Take a look and start putting together your dream itinerary when you visit Las Vegas.

Los Angeles 

The Hollywood sign in Los Angeles.Take your RV rental to Los Angeles. This entertainment hub—home to Hollywood, Malibu, Disneyland, and many more iconic places—is top of the list for close and convenient RV trip destinations from Las Vegas NV. With your RV rental, you can get there in half a day’s drive through some scenic desert landscapes, and enjoy the beaches, the bustle, and the landmarks of the famous city of Angels. 

San Francisco 

For a destination that’s cool, sophisticated, and always engaging, make the day-long drive northwest to San Francisco. This fantastic city has a great vibe and some iconic sights to see including Alcatraz island, the Painted Ladies, the seals at Pier 39, and of course the Golden Gate Bridge. With beaches as well as urban attractions on offer, visiting San Francisco in your campervan rental is a winning choice. 

Salt Lake City 

It’s around 6-7 hours of driving between North Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, but the journey could easily be stretched over several days with some detours along the way. The route takes travelers through or past numerous National Forests, National Monuments, and National Parks—including the famous Zion National Park. Near the city itself, you’ll find the jaw-dropping salt flats. There’s also an array of mountain resorts offering snow sports in winter and summer recreational activities during the warmer months.

The Grand Canyon 

This incredible and iconic landscape lies several hours’ drive east of Las Vegas, and there are many different vantage points from which you can take it in. The Grand Canyon needs very little introduction! Take a hike near the rim, visit the viewing platforms, splash out on a scenic helicopter flight, or head to the bottom of the canyon for an unforgettable rafting experience. 

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Las Vegas RV rentals: Frequently asked questions

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How much does it cost to rent an RV in Las Vegas, NV?

There is a wide range of rates available for a wide range of vehicle types. The amount you pay for an RV rental from NV Las Vegas will depend on the vehicle, the supplier, and the dates you choose. 

As a general guide, you might expect to pay as little as $USD55 per day for a basic sleeper van or as much as USD$400 per day for a luxury RV rental from Las Vegas such as a Class A Motorhome. 

To see the options and choose the perfect RV that fits your budget, enter your details into the search panel at the top of this page and use the filters to narrow down the options.  

What’s included in the RV rental? 

Inclusions will vary widely between rent RV Las Vegas suppliers. Common ones are 24-hour roadside assistance, tourist info and maps, bedding/linen, and kitchen/cutlery. You can click on any listing to find out exactly what is included. 

What’s required to rent or drive an RV? 

To drive RV rentals in Las Vegas, Nevada, you will need a full, valid driver’s license. To make and pick up the booking, you will need a credit card. 

What if I am late in returning the vehicle? 

Each camper rental Las Vegas supplier has different penalties for late returns, and these will be outlined in the terms and conditions. 

What is the minimum rental period? 

The minimum rental period will vary according to which RV Las Vegas rental supplier you use. One week is common. 

Are RV rentals pet-friendly? 

Do you want to have some time with your fur babies at the Las Vegas RV resort? Some RV rental companies allow pets to travel in their RV rentals Las Vegas Nevada. You can use the “pet friendly” filter option to find them. 

Can I add additional drivers to the rental contract? 

Yes, this is usually an option for those getting RV/motorhome rentals. There may be an extra fee. 

Do I have to wash the vehicle before I return it? 

This will be specified in the terms and conditions. Most Las Vegas motorhome rental suppliers simply require that the vehicle be tidy and empty of rubbish and personal effects when dropped off.

Do I need a special license to drive a Las Vegas camper rental?

No, a special driver's license is not required. However, you need to be at least 21 years old with a valid driver’s license and a credit card to get Las Vegas campervan rentals. All drivers must be present, listed on the signed rental agreement, and will be bound by Terms and Conditions for the entire rental period.

Are there any RV rentals with unlimited miles?

Sometimes it is possible to find a Las Vegas RV rental deal with unlimited miles. This will generally be based on a set time deal, rather than a regular standing offer.