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RV Rentals in Utah, US

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RV Rentals in Utah, US

Discover Utah

Discover the best of the west with an RV rental in Utah. From dusty deserts to snowcapped mountains, Utah offers a wide variety of landscapes for campers to explore. Utah is also home to the "Mighty 5" national parks, which draw over 10 million visitors every year looking to hike through stunning canyons and past remarkable rock formations. Known as the Beehive State, Utah is perhaps best known for its association with Mormonism, with over half the state's population being part of the church. With a unique culture and diverse countryside, Utah is perfect for your next RV vacation.

In Northern Utah, you'll have a chance to visit the state capital Salt Lake City and the Great Salt Lake, the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere. You could also swing by Ogden and hone your ski skills at one of the city's winter sports resorts. If you're driving down to Southern Utah, you'll have the opportunity to visit Zion National Park and Capitol Reef National Park on your way to the picture-perfect city of St George.

When should you visit Utah? The best time of year to camp is in the fall when most tourists have gone home, and the temperatures stay in the mid-70s, the perfect weather for hiking through Utah's beautiful countryside. You'll get the chance to partake in top events like the Utah State Fair and Salt Lake City Jazz Festival. Escape the humdrum of your day-to-day and take your crew on a scenic road trip across Utah.

Best Things to Do in Utah

Whether you're looking to drive quickly across the state or take a relaxing trip down country roads, Utah has you covered. I-15 is the fastest way to travel in Utah, running the length of the state from St George all the way up to Logan. Secondary roads like Highway 6 and 89 take a less direct route from city to city but will provide you and your crew with better scenery during your drive.

Anyone who wants to learn about Utah's culture and history will want to make a trip to Temple Square in Salt Lake City. As the headquarters of The Church of the Jesus Christ and the Latter-day Saints, Temple Square is home to the Salt Lake Temple, the most important religious building in Utah. Visitors who aren't part of the Mormon Church aren't allowed to enter the Salt Lake Temple; however, you're welcome to have lunch in the Joseph Smith Memorial Center and take a tour of the Museum of Church History and Art. Temple Square is located in the heart of Salt Lake City, so you'll find some of the best RV parks in Utah nearby.

One of the most popular outdoor activities in Utah is skiing, and one of the best places for winter sports is Park City Mountain Resort. Situated 30 miles from the state capital, Park City Mountain Resort is among the largest ski resorts in the US, comprising over 7,300 acres of snow-covered mountains. The resort is also superb for year-round fun, with over 400 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as scenic chairlifts offering sweeping views of the Uinta and Wasatch Mountains. As mentioned, you'll be just 30 miles from Salt Lake City if you're planning a day trip, and there's also the Park City RV Resort if you want to spend the night.

Campers traveling across Utah with their family in tow may want to swing by Lagoon Amusement Park. Adrenaline junkies are sure to love Utah's premier theme park, with ten roller coasters, including Wicked, one of the oldest roller coasters in the world. Another highlight is the Cannibal coaster which features a 116° drop that ranks among the world’s steepest. Looking for a break between rides? Grab a refreshment at the beer garden, sit down for lunch at one of several restaurants, or catch a live show. Lagoon Amusement Park is just 20 minutes north of Salt Lake City, and the park operates Lagoon's RV Park and Campground in case you want to camp close to the action.

Best of The Outdoors in Utah

During your Utah motorhome rental, you'll definitely want to check out a few of the state's "Mighty 5" national parks. Perhaps the best national park in Utah is Zion National Park. Encompassing nearly 150,000 acres of breathtaking mountains, canyons, and deserts, Zion National Park's centerpiece is Zion Canyon, a narrow gorge complete with red rock walls and the winding Virgin River. While visiting the park, take a hike through the Kolob Canyons, or go kayaking down The Narrows. Zion National Park is known for its clear night skies; you may even catch a glimpse of the Milky Way from your camper. You'll find two primitive campgrounds at the national park, in case you want to spend a night under the stars. St George is also less than an hour away and is near some of Utah’s best campgrounds, like WillowWind RV Park and McArthur's Temple View RV Resort.

Another one of the "Mighty 5" well worth a road trip is Arches National Park. Perched on the eastern edge of Utah, Arches National Park is renowned for its amazing red rock formations, including around 2,000 natural stone arches. During your visit, hike up to the park's most famous rock formation, the Delicate Arch, and enjoy panoramas of the La Sal Mountains in the backdrop. While hiking through the park, keep an eye out for some of the park's unusual wildlife, including kangaroo rats, porcupines, and antelope squirrels. There's a lone primitive campground at Arches National Park if you want to camp nearby. You'll also find several modern campgrounds in the city of Moab, just 5 miles from the park entrance.

Prefer to explore the countryside of Northern Utah? Plan a trip to the Uinta–Wasatch–Cache National Forest. This vast forest stretches across north-central Utah, spilling over into Idaho and Wyoming. Highlights at the park include the beautiful Uinta Mountains and over a million acres of lush woodlands. Trek up a mountainside on over 1,700 miles of trails, catch dinner near one of the many rivers and lakes, or grab some binoculars and watch out for elk, bighorn sheep, and bald eagles. There are several RV-friendly campgrounds across this 2.5 million-acre park, and you'll also be just 20 minutes from Salt Lake City.

Frequently asked questions

How does RVezy work?

RVezy is a marketplace that connects RV owners with travelers looking to rent an RV. RVezy takes care of everything, including RV and renter verifications, payments, insurance, and customer support.

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Utah, US?

Motorhomes in Utah, US average $200/night while towable trailers are around $120/night. Most RV owners offer weekly and monthly discounts between 10 and 20%.

What’s included in the RV rental?

Most rentals include all the essentials you need for a great trip. From cookware, to linens, owners do their best to make you feel at home. Each RV listing will provide details around what’s included.

How far can I go with the RV? What’s the price for mileage?

Most owners offer either unlimited mi or very generous daily limits. The included mileage and extras appear on your booking estimate before you put in your booking request.

What’s required to rent or drive an RV?

In the majority of cases, RVezy rentals require a driver with an unrestricted license for 8 years and clean insurance profile. You don’t need a special class to drive most motorhomes.

How am I insured/covered during my rental?

Every RV rental is fully insured through our commercial fleet policy. You can also add-on our 24/7 roadside assistance at any time before your trip begins.

Are RV rentals pet-friendly?

Many owners allow pets in their RV. You can search for pet-friendly RVs or check the individual listings to see if there are any extra fees or deposits required for you to bring your furry friends.

How does RV delivery work?

As an add-on, most RV owners are willing to deliver and/or set up their RV to help simplify your trip. Ex: have a trailer delivered to a local campground so you don’t want to drive.

What do I do if I have additional questions?

RVezy’s customer support team is happy to answer any questions that come up before, during or after your rental. You can contact us anytime at help.rvezy.com.

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