Renting an RV

I’ve been educating myself about RVs so I can make an informed decision when the time comes that I can get one. Along the way I found this cool site through which you can rent an RV.  It works much the same way that Airbnb works for rental of lodging accommodations, or Turo for renting private cars.


Owners place RVs on the site for rent, and renters choose the RV that suits their needs, dealing directly with the owners.

RV Owners:

The process is as easy as listing on Turo or Airbnb. List your RV on the site by adding photos and a detailed description. Manage precisely what potential renters will or won’t see when they search.

Obtain reservation requests, over which you have complete control, and work directly with the renters to agree on terms. Meet up and give the renter a demo, then hand over the keys and send them on their way! Your RV is returned at the conclusion of your renter’s trip, and you’re ready to do it again.

RV  Renters:

Rent through RVshare, and the process is streamlined, so you can get on with your trip. These rentals come from both private owners and RV dealerships: As a result, RVshare is able to offer the largest selection in the USA. Find everything from Luxury Class A diesel pushers and Class C motorhomes to Class B camper vans and travel trailers on the website. Filter searches using multiple criteria in order to compare prices and desired features.

Enjoy the secure payment system, backed by a $10,000 “peace of mind” guarantee. Book rentals online through RVshare and get a 24-hour travel concierge and roadside assistance. Got a flat tire or need to questions about your RV? Someone is always just a phone call away.

Have you ever rented an RV for a trip? Do you have an RV you would like to rent out, or have rented out in the past? Please tell me about your experiences in the comments below.