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2007 Itasca Navion 23J - Davis
$125
per night
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Rides like a Mercedes, because it is! Gets an average of 16 mpg because it has a 5 cylinder diesel engine with plenty of power for hills and towing. Satellite DishTV and XMSirus Radio with Bluetooth and USB will keep you entertained and a cell phone More »
Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
Seats 6Seats 6
Location 95616 Davis 111.9 miles away from Reno
1970 Holiday Hut - Carson City
$69
per night
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Check out this recently remodeled lightweight beauty! It's perfect for music festivals, camping in the wilderness, or as an extra in-law room for a week when your relatives can't afford to stay in a damned motel. Remodeled specifically for music More »
Sleeps 3Sleeps 3
Location 89703 Carson City 24.7 miles away from Reno
2014 Keystone Cougar - Sparks
$1,429
per night
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RV RENTAL Burning Man 5th Wheel $7000 the full weekIf you are looking for the comforts of a new Rv for burning man and want to wake up fresh. This Cougar 5th wheel can give you refuge from the Playa dust storms. Sleeping 6 comfortably 8 maxing it. 3 More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Location 89441 Sparks 13.5 miles away from Reno
Palomino Palomini  - NEVADA CITY
$160
per night
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Sleeps 2Sleeps 2
Seats 2Seats 2
Location 95959 NEVADA CITY 63.8 miles away from Reno
2009 T@B Silver Fox - Roseville
$100
per night
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If you are looking for that next step in camping this is it. This camper turns heads every where we go. Easy to tow at only 1670 lbs, can be towed by most cars or small SUV it requires a 2" ball and a 7-pin connector. Large 70x73 bed, heater, Air Con More »
Sleeps 2Sleeps 2
Location 95747 Roseville 98.2 miles away from Reno
Four Winds CC26BE - Sparks
$200
per night
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Your adventure starts here! Four Winds CC26BE - Super smooth and clean class C.Two TVs with DVD players, very comfortable full-size bed and the dining table converts into a twin bed. Microwave with convection oven, super spacious shower and vanity wi More »
Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
Seats 4Seats 4
Location 89436 Sparks 7.3 miles away from Reno
Perfect Family Trailer - Reno
$100
per night
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Great trailer for the whole family. It has everything you would need to enjoy time out in the wildnerness. Sleeps 6 with 2 bunk beds and a master bedroom that can be closed off from the rest of the group. Kitchen with sink, gas stove and refrigera More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
89512 Reno 89512 Reno
Gulfstream ULTRA SUPREME - Reno
$175
per night
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Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Seats 8Seats 8
89523 Reno 89523 Reno
2004 Forest River Wildwood (Bunkhouse) - Gardnerville
$125
per night
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Very clean 2nd owner bunkhouse travel trailer, Sleeps 6 comfortably, approx. weight 4800 lbs. Best to tow with at least 1/2 ton truck. (small slide out for couch) DELIVERY AVAILABLE AT $150 ROUND TRIP WITHIN 60 MILES- Shown in the Add-ons sectionNEW More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Seats 6Seats 6
Location 89410 Gardnerville 44.7 miles away from Reno
2018 Coachmen Freelander 26RS - Sacramento
$235
per night
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2018 Coachman Freelander ready for adventure, sleeps six people comfortably.large bench seating with table for 6 foldS down to large bed for 1 adult or 2 children.Sofa seats 3 people, also has 3 seat belts, and fold down to bed to sleep 1 adult, or 2 More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Seats 7Seats 7
Location 95834 Sacramento 110.5 miles away from Reno

RV rental in Reno

Reno is a popular place to rent an RV. It is close to California but also well positioned if you count on crossing the Rockies. Avoid hotels when in the desert and check out an RV rental in Reno, NV. The temperatures can get pretty high in the the summers, but if you’ve lived through a cold winter, a Reno summer in an RV might be exactly what you need.

Reno, NV: The smallest big city in the world

You might have already decided to book an RV rental in Reno from Campanda, but here is a little bit of extra information about the city in case you are not quite sure you want to go there. Reno was founded in the 19th century during the gold and silver rush. Aside from a good deposit of silver, Reno was in a great location to connect Virginia City to the California trail. Soon after establishing a railway a population quickly grew around it to service passers by and tradesmen. Today, it’s Nevada’s second largest city in terms of population, 233,000 people based on a 2015 estimate. It is the bridge between northern California and the desert so it benefits from a unique culture that is neither coastal neither desert oriented. Here is a list of popular events and destinations to look into when you find your RV rental in Reno, NV.

  • Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States. There are many activities available to people who travel to lake Tahoe: water sports, skiing and snowboarding, just to name a few. In summer people take their RV rentals in Reno to Lake Tahoe for all sorts of hiking and trekking activities.
  • Reno Air Races host the United States’ fastest yearly motorsport competition. An RV rental in Reno is perhaps a great option to watch avid flyers rushing through an air course. One pilot is deemed champion at the end of the one-day event. There has been multiple incidents of pilots crashing their planes however, so park your motorhome rental there at your own risk.
  • The Sierra Nevada if you haven’t heard of them, they are a series of mountains that span from California to Nevada, they contain the country’s largest peak at 14,500 feet, Mount Whitney. It’s a good idea not to drive up this mountain with your RV rental in Reno. Just cruise through the Sierra Nevada and enjoy what makes Reno and the surrounding areas in Nevada special.

RV parks in Reno Nevada

Ok so you might want to take a couple of days off the road and hook your RV to fresh water and and an electricity source. Here are the options available to park your RV rental in Reno.

  • Reno RV park is fairly priced, but isn’t very known as a friendly place for RV rentals Reno. Many renters have also complained about the bad internet quality. However if you’re looking to be close to the heart of Reno, then it’s a good option.
  • RV park at GSR is a nice park, although it’s a little far from the heart of Reno. The good news is that your RV will be in the middle of the Nevada desert. This park is known for having some above average internet and some very friendly staff. There is also a Wal-Mart across the street.
  • Shamrock RV park is older than RV park at GSR. It also is favorite among old-time RVers. If sanitation is your priority, this park is known for having some extremely clean terrain and showers and this is apparent in their reviews over and over again.

Why choose Campanda when renting RVs

Campanda is the world leader for renting and listing RVs online. Our database offers campers a fleet of 25,000 RVs in more than 40 countries. From Morocco to Iceland, we have the most remote places covered for people looking to go on a motorhome adventure.

Our Mission

Campanda offers a platform in the hope of making RVing, a global phenomenon today, into a mainstream phenomenon tomorrow. All our RVs go through a vetting process to see if they qualify to be your next RV rental in Reno.

First and foremost, our priority is to the renter. Our support team is always willing and able to help you whether you are looking to book an RV or have problems operating it later on. Our customer support teams speak all languages whether your inquiry was for an RV rental in Reno or elsewhere.

Our Product

Once you’ve picked your destination you can then filter the selection further to find exactly what you are looking for. You might want to filter it down by type of RV or how many people can sleep in it. You might also have special requests such as pet friendliness or accessibility for the disabled. If you can’t find what you are looking for, feel free to contact us directly to tell us exactly what you are looking for and will look deep in our pockets to find your dream RV rental.

Types of RVs

Before booking make sure to pick the kind of RV that is right for you. The trailer for example makes for a great option if you have a strong truck to tow it and prefer to drive the vehicle you are familiar with. C Class RVs are good for friends and small families while A & B Class RVs are good for larger families that need more space. Also don’t forget to check the driver’s license requirements with your local DMV. Depending on who issued your license you might not be eligible to drive B or A Class RVs.

Send us an inquiry to find out why thousands of campers trust Campanda to deliver them the best camping experience possible

If you want to take a look at different areas in the vicinity, start by taking a look at our vehicles in Las Vegas, Sacramento or in the entire state of Nevada.