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RV Rentals in Idaho Falls

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RV Rentals in Idaho Falls

Discover Idaho Falls

If you're road-tripping through eastern Idaho, plan a stop off in Idaho Falls. The region's cultural and commercial hub, Idaho Falls, is home to some of the top family-friendly attractions around, like the Museum of Idaho and the Idaho Falls Zoo. The city also serves as an excellent base for exploring some of the most famous landscapes in the U.S., with Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park just across the Wyoming state line.

Planning an RV rental in Idaho Falls? The best time to visit is during the spring or fall. The weather stays in the high-60s, ideal for hiking in the nearby national parks. There will also be fewer tourists so you can make the most of the region's sublime landscapes.

Things to do in Idaho Falls

Things to do in Idaho Falls

Consider local road conditions and parking options before taking your Idaho Falls motorhome rental for a spin downtown. Thankfully, traffic in Idaho Falls isn't as bad, although Idaho Falls has become more congested over recent years as roads struggle to keep up with the city's rapid growth. If you're looking for some to park your motorhome downtown, try Cabela's, Walmart Supercenter, or Camping World.

One of the best family-friendly attractions in Idaho Falls is the Idaho Falls Zoo, known as "The Best Little Zoo in the West." This Zoo features over 300 exotic critters from 130 species. Meet critters from across the world, including African lions, red pandas, and red-necked wallabies. Your little ones will also love petting and feeding adorable sheep and goats at the Children's Zoo.

Looking to learn more about the Gem State? Then dig for information at the Museum of Idaho. This museum documents the history and landscape of Idaho through several thoughtful permanent and traveling exhibits. Ensure you check out the Discovery Room, where kids can pretend to scale mountains, climb through caves, and enjoy a range of puzzles. Another highlight is the Way Out West exhibit, which documents human history in Idaho through interactive elements and ancient artifacts.

Hikers searching for a popular trail near the city should take a stroll down the Idaho Falls River Walk — Greenbelt Trail. This trail runs for 14 miles on both sides of Snake River, right through the heart of Idaho Falls. Plan a quick hike and stop by the city's namesake waterfall for a family picnic. If you visit the River Walk on the weekend during the summer or fall, check out the Idaho Falls Farmers' Market. It's a great place to sample handmade goods and pick up local produce during your trip to the city.

RV campgrounds in Idaho Falls

RV campgrounds in Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls is popular with campers, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding the right campground for you and your crew. One of the best RV campgrounds near Idaho Falls is the Juniper Campground, nestled along Ririe Reservoir, just 27 miles from the city. The campground features two boat launches and plenty of angling opportunities. Campers can choose from one of 60 sites equipped with full hookups and 30-and 50-amp electricity. Pets are allowed, and amenities include showers and restrooms.

Another popular lakeside campground near Idaho Falls is Jefferson County Lake & Campground. Located less than 20 miles north of the city, Jefferson County Lake & Campground provides water and electric hookups that supply max-amp electricity. Spend your downtime soaking up the sun on the Jefferson County Lake Beach or hike along a nearby walking trail. Home comforts are limited to restrooms.

If you'd prefer to park up along Snake River, swing by the North Bingham County Recreation Area. Situated 12 miles south of Idaho Falls, the North Bingham County Recreation Area offers sites with partial hookups that support max-amp electricity. If you're looking to kill some time around camp, go fishing or take a boat down Snake River. Amenities include a dump station, restrooms, and showers.

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 around Idaho-falls?

Motorhomes around Idaho-falls 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 miles 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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