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RV Rental Virginia Beach, VA

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Open Range 2802BH - Virginia Beach
$160
per night
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This travel trailer is loved by our family of six and our German Shepherd, and we are confident yours will love it too! At just under 6000 pounds, its light enough to be pulled behind most trucks and SUV's, yet Open Range packs a ton into this simpl More »
Sleeps 9Sleeps 9
23455 Virginia Beach 23455 Virginia Beach
Camper Fun Finder - Mechanicsville
$200
per night
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2 miles from NASCAR's Richmond Raceway. Sleeps 4 comfortably, 6 (2 kids) if you want to give up some inside storage. More »
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Location 23111 Mechanicsville 86.4 miles away from Virginia Beach
2013 Monaco Lapalma  - Virginia Beach
$200
per night
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The Tessie is the perfect family fun mobile. It has been completely renovated to maximize open space and family enjoyment without the standard camper drab. At 32’, this RV is easy to drive and sets up in minutes at the campsite. Reserve today. More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Seats 6Seats 6
23456 Virginia Beach 23456 Virginia Beach
Fleetwood Storm 32H - Virginia Beach
$225
per night
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This coach is tons of fun for the whole family with plenty of sleeping space. Sleeps 8-10. Queen bed in the back with bunk beds. Queen loft over the cab and fold down couch and dinette. Great layout. This coach is great for travel. Equipped with 9 se More »
Sleeps 8Sleeps 8
Seats 8Seats 8
23454 Virginia Beach 23454 Virginia Beach
2017 Jayco Highland Ridge RV Open Range 3X 387RBS - Fredericksburg
$170
per night
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Thank you for viewing our 2017 Highland Ridge Open Range 3X 41ft 6inch 5 slidesRyan and I bought this RV to travel and see our beautiful USA The Open Range 3X 387 RBS has a homey lay out with 3 inch walls which makes it great families anytime of the More »
Sleeps 6Sleeps 6
Location 22405 Fredericksburg 123.2 miles away from Virginia Beach
2017 Jayco Redhawk - chesapeake
$175
per night
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This RV has everything. Sleeps 6 Adults or total of 9 Adults and Children. Two TV's, one in living area and one in Bedroom, with RVD Players. One Living Area slide out. Outdoor shower for quick outdoor clean-up. Many extras. More »
Sleeps 9Sleeps 9
Seats 8Seats 8
Location 23322 chesapeake 11.2 miles away from Virginia Beach
2017 Forest River Forester - Virginia Beach
$150
per night
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It is the perfect size for 2-3 people and at 25 feet (24 feet, 11 inches) and 12 feet in height, it fits in all of the National Parks without any difficulties whatsoever. The Mercedes Sprinter Chassis is a dream to drive and it handles like a car... More »
Sleeps 3Sleeps 3
Seats 4Seats 4
23456 Virginia Beach 23456 Virginia Beach
Puma bunkhouse Travel Trailer - Williamsburg
$145
per night
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Puma bunk house travel trailer. 32 feet long, 3 slides bunkhouse that sleeps 3-4. indoor kitchen with fridge and oven and 3 burners. Outdoor kitchen with small fridge and grill and camp stove. Has outdoor shower for when dirty feet or just a rise of More »
Sleeps 9Sleeps 9
Location 23188 Williamsburg 46.2 miles away from Virginia Beach
Forest River Lacrosse - Williamsburg
$150
per night
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There are so many uses for the 2014 Lacrosse.....there are RV parks all over the States, Imagine parking it in Myrtle beach or the Outer Banks and staying with in walking distance to the beaches, Rolling in to NASCAR week, A fall or winter hunting/Fi More »
Sleeps 9Sleeps 9
Location 23188 Williamsburg 49.9 miles away from Virginia Beach
Forest River Fury - Midlothian
$170
per night
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32ft Travel trailer with 10 ft garage. Large water and waste capacity for boondocking and abikity to carry 2 full size motocycles to your favorite event! 1/2 ton tow vehicle capable. Generator on board with fuel station for your toys. Ability to move More »
Sleeps 7Sleeps 7
Location 23112 Midlothian 91.0 miles away from Virginia Beach
2007 Winnebago Adventurer - Delmar
$210
per night
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The RV has a very unique floor plan. Washer dryer combo.Extra large refrigerator Entertainment system reclining chairs which convert to two single beds. More »
Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
Seats 4Seats 4
Location 21875 Delmar 113.2 miles away from Virginia Beach
1976 Superlite Play Mor - Ocean City
$70
per night
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She's an oldie but a goody. Completely restored, brand new tires, gas, water, and electric all in great working order. Perfect for glamping, all the camping gear you need. We will even take her to your camp site, set her up, and be ready for you to e More »
Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
Location 21842 Ocean City 118.7 miles away from Virginia Beach

RV rental in Virginia Beach

Virginia is the most populous city in the state of Virginia, so it’s never a bad idea to ditch the hotel and camp the city in style with your own RV rental in Virginia Beach. It’s a city of 448,000 people but it feels much bigger by virtue of it stretching along the coast in the Mouth of Chesapeake Bay.

Virginia Beach, VA. Why you should go

Virginia is a beautiful state, constantly portrayed in popular media as an RV destination by virtue of relating the northern states to the southern ones. It hosts many events that make it that much more special when you rent an RV with Campanda. For one, it hosts every year the East Coast Surfing Competition and the The North American sand soccer competition, two very unique events for sports enthusiasts enjoying an East Coast experience in your very own RV rental in Virginia Beach. Although the surfing competition in the east coast is not as big as the west coast, there is no good reason not to park your new RV rental beach side and watch the surfers hit the wave in the often windy city.

After you’ve spent a day in the sun, you can go to the Lynnhaven Mall to enjoy a day shopping or over 15 places to eat in the food court. You can couple that with a history lesson in aviation by parking your RV outside the National Aviation Monument Park. They have a large selection of original and repurposed warplanes, cargo planes and passenger planes with a lot of details of how and why they were built.

If history is not your favorite topic, go to the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge to enjoy some of the rarest migratory birds on the east coast. Remember to take a jacket as it can cold outside your RV rental in Virginia Beach, VA.

RV parks and Camping sites

  • The Virginia Beach KOA is the most central and populated RV park of the city. The staff is extremely friendly and they have great places to camp in tents with a DJ and bartender.
  • Holiday Trav-L park is also a favorite for people who enjoy the outdoors. They offer you the opportunity to park your RV on the grass, right next to optional tent sites. A unique feature that helps set them apart.
  • The Indian Cove Resort is perhaps the most economic and isolated RV park out of the three. Be sure to check out steak night as they are known for brewing their own BBQ sauce on site.

Renting an RV with Campanda

Renting an RV should be a fun experience. At Campanda, we prioritize customer support and ensure you get the RV you want. With a fleet of over 25,000 RVs, we are the global leader in RV rentals Virginia Beach and the rest of the world. You can count on us to pamper your every need, whether you want to book a trailer in the cold Alaskan winter and drive it down to Texas, or you need help with your fuel injector after a technical mishap to your RV rental in Virginia Beach. Our motto is and will always be the customer comes first.

The product

Campanda is a platform that enables people as well as RV suppliers to rent and list their vehicles online. This gives people a wide variety of Rv rentals in Virginia Beach for example and make sure they get the best deal possible, or the biggest RV they can get as it compares supply not just from one source but from all the sources we can find. The result is an experience that is enjoyable not only for people looking to rent RVs but also for regular people looking to list their RVs online to make a little more income instead of the RV staying idle for most of the year.

Different types of RV rentals in Virginia Beach

There are so many RVs to choose from. It all depends on the size of your party and what you’re looking to do it. An option that often gets sidelined by most as an RV rental in Virginia Beach is the Converted van. The van is a good option for people looking to take their RV off the rugged path for a more adventurous ride. Some of these vans can sleep up to four people. It is by far the easiest one to drive out of all RVs available to the general consumer. The C Class RV is the closest cousin to the van. This RV rental is still easy to handle but bigger then the converted van offering you on average a little more leg room but also better electrical capacity. It will however consumer much more gas than its smaller brother. The good news is you don’t need any special driver’s license to drive it unlike the A & B Class RVs. The latter RVs are very bulky and consume a lot of gas, but they offer you the closest thing to a home on wheels in Virginia Beach. Finally the good old trailer is surely solid option every time. If you have the horsepower to tow it, never discount this vehicle in the great state of Virginia. It has a lot of space inside and you won’t have to deal with an engine you’re not familiar with. Your room will be where you park it.

Customer Service you can count on

We about people being treated unfairly in our industry quite often. Unrealistic mile packages and annoying pick up and drop off times can make for a stressful RV rental experience when visiting Virginia. Our customer support vets all offers and suppliers to make sure the customer has the best experience possible and will want to go camping next year. That’s how we welcome new people to the RV lifestyle every year.

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