28 Best USA Campervan Rentals (+Exclusive Discounts!)

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Planning a campervan trip in the USA and wondering where the heck to rent a campervan from? We know how confusing this can be, so we’ve rounded up the best USA campervan rentals (for all budgets and regions!). Plus, we’re sharing insider tips, things to look for in a rental campervan, & exclusive discounts for 3 of our favorite companies!

Best Campervan Rentals in the USA | Two Wandering Soles

With wide-open roads, secluded campgrounds, iconic views, and National Parks that make childhood dreams come true, it’s easy to see the appeal of a USA road trip. I mean, there’s not much more “American” than rolling down the windows and listening to some classic rock as you cruise along Highway 66, is there?

Want to take that road trip to a whole new level?

Here’s our advice: Rent a campervan!

Imagine waking up to the sound of waves slapping the shore and falling asleep surrounded by thick forest. There’s no comparable sense of the freedom you get when you can literally take your house with you.

If you’re looking for an epic road trip, without fully committing to the whole vanlife thing, renting a campervan is the perfect way to dip your toes in the very addicting waters!

Or perhaps you’ve been wanting to try out #vanlife, but aren’t ready to commit to building your own conversion just yet. 

Either way, renting a campervan in the USA is one of the best ways to get off the beaten path and discover cute towns and hidden gems you’d never come across if you’d made hotel reservations. 

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If you’ve been following our blog for a while, you may already know that we’re obsessed with #vanlife and have built two of our very own campervans from scratch. Plus, we’ve rented a campervan for 5 weeks, so we know how the whole rental process goes.

Let’s just say we know a thing or two about campervans! We want to share all our insider tips with you so you know exactly what to look for in a campervan rental.

We’re here to guide you through the process of finding the perfect campervan rental for your budget and travel style because we think once you try it out, you’ll love it as much as we do!

Bonus: We’ve got exclusive discounts for 3 of our favorite rental companies on this list!

What to look for in a campervan rental

Campervan rentals: What vehicle size are you comfortable renting?

Choosing the best campervan can be a bit overwhelming. There are a lot of companies to choose from. Plus, every traveler has their own expectations for the level of comfort and budget they’re able to spend.

But don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through this process. We’ve lived in two very different campervans, plus we rented a campervan in New Zealand for more than a month. So we have a pretty good idea of what to look for and some things to be wary of…

Let’s start by going over the factors you should consider before you start looking at companies.

Already know exactly what you’re looking for? Great! Jump down to the section on USA campervan rental companies here.

Start by writing down your answers to the following questions: 

1. Where are you going to travel with your campervan?

USA campervan rentals: Campervan at Hurricane Ridge

Do you have a specific pick-up and drop-off location in mind?

The tricky thing about renting a campervan in the USA is the sheer size of the country and how much ground there is to cover. Most USA campervan rental companies only operate out of specific cities and may not even have the option for you to drop it off at different locations.

This means you’ll be limited in which companies you have to choose from based on the location(s) you plan to start and end your road trip.

We’ve broken down our list of campervan rental companies by where they’re located so you can see which ones will work for you.

Still unsure of where you want to go? We’ve gotchu covered with a list of the best road trips in the USA!

2. What is your budget?

Traveling in a campervan can be a great way to save money during your road trip. Not only can you cook your own meals (which is cheaper than eating out), but with a campervan, you can often find places to camp for free.

All that said, renting a campervan in the USA isn’t necessarily cheap. Depending on where in the country you are, the price can vary. Plus, things like cleaning fees, extra mileage and insurance can add up. You may also need to provide a refundable security deposit when you make a reservation.

So just how much does it cost to rent a campervan in the United States?

Well, it depends on a few factors.

  • Comfort level: First of all, the level of comfort (or luxury) you prefer in your van can vary drastically and affect the overall price of your rental. There are budget rentals that cost considerably less than an average hotel room and there are luxury rentals that can add up to more than a hotel would cost you… But more on that next!

  • Time of year: The time of year can affect the price of your campervan rental as well. If you are traveling in the peak summer season (aka June – August), expect to pay peak rates. And on the opposite hand, if you travel during off-season, you might be able to score a cheaper rate. Shoulder seasons (before and after peak season) will grant you a rate that is neither crazy expensive nor super cheap.

  • Length of your trip: Finally, the length of your trip will impact your daily rate as well. Some campervan rentals in the USA offer cheaper rates the longer your trip.

Beware of Additional Costs: One important thing to remember is all the additional costs you may incur such as gas, extra mileage, insurance, facilities such as campsites/showers, and additional equipment. These are all factors to look into when planning the cost of your campervan rental.

Here’s an idea of price points to get you started:

  • Budget campervan rentals: Starting as low as $30 per day

  • Mid-Range campervan rentals: Will run you between $80 – $120 per day

  • Luxury campervan rentals: Start from around $150 per day and go up from there

In this article, we’ve labeled each rental company “budget”, “mid-range” or “luxury” based on these approximations so you know right away which companies will fit into your budget.

Best Budget Rentals

These are the companies we’d recommend looking at if you’re on a tight budget:

Traveling on a budget? We’ve got you covered with some money-saving tips for a cheap road trip!

*Keep reading to find a discount code!

3. What are your expectations when it comes to comfort level?

The comfort level of your campervan will have an impact on your rental budget.

Another very important thing to consider is what level of comfort you are expecting in your campervan rental.  

“I’m low maintenance and don’t need much to get by.”

If you are an avid camper and are used to tents and all the discomforts that come with sleeping on the ground, any campervan you choose will feel damn near luxurious. And if you’re used to sleeping in hostels, you’ll love the privacy that comes with your own space. Even if you choose the smallest, cheapest, oldest campervan, you will still have a good time.

“I expect some more creature comforts in my campervan.”

However, if you are used to roomy hotel rooms and are a bit nervous about this whole “campervan thing”, you might want to choose one of the more plush options to make this new experience a bit more comfortable. 

You know yourself and you’re the only one that can really decide what comfort level you are going to be okay with.

Here are some helpful things to consider:

Do you want to be able to stand up in your campervan?  

Many of the budget campervans are not designed to be able to stand up inside. So think about what this means and whether or not it is a deal-breaker for you.

Both the first campervan we built ourselves and the one we rented in New Zealand were not tall enough for either of us to stand up inside. We did just fine in both cases, but both agree it would be much more comfortable to be able to stand.

Good to know: Campervans that don’t allow you to fully stand up typically have the kitchen in the rear so you can cook outside without hunching over. But other tasks, like making the bed and getting dressed, can be a bit tricky when you can’t stand upright. A plus to this type of vehicle is they are more streamlined, use less gas, and are easier to drive if you’re not used to big vehicles. 

Do you mind converting your bed every night and morning?

In most smaller campervans, the bed converts into a couch during the day. It can be tedious every night transforming your sitting space into your bed, especially at night in the dark with bugs trying to attack you. We speak from experience!

Some of the large campervans are designed with a stationary bed that you won’t have to convert twice a day. But this likely, nay, definitely, means a higher price tag.

4. How many people will you be road tripping with?

USA campervan rentals: How many people are you traveling with?

The number of people you’ll be sharing the vehicle with can make a big difference in determining the vehicle you choose. Remember, everyone not only needs a place to sleep, but also a seat and seatbelt.

  • If you’re traveling solo or as two passengers, you will have the biggest selection of vehicles to choose from, as most campervans have sleeping space for at least 2 adults.

  • 3-4 passengers are a bit more uncommon, and are typically laid out as a double bed below with a small “loft-style” bed above (oftentimes in a pop-top). Typically, this type of set-up is meant for families with kids, so the sleeping areas aren’t exactly suitable for more than 2 adults. And even if it says it “sleeps 4 adults”, we’d warn you it will be very tight.

  • If you have more than 4 passengers, you might have to consider whether you want everyone in one vehicle or should you split up into multiple vehicles. There are some options that allow for more than 4 passengers, but often require a rooftop tent for extra sleeping space (or a regular tent would work). Alternatively, an RV or motorhome may be a better option for you.

Another important thing to consider is this: How close are you to the person/people you are traveling with?

If it is a new friend or acquaintance, you may want a bit more room, as living in a campervan is… umm, how shall we put this… very close quarters. If it is a close friend or partner, you may do just fine with less space.

Psst! Make sure you ask these questions to your campervan travel partner before you book your van rental.

5. Do you need a toilet?

Campervan rentals: Do you need a self-contained vehicle?

Is having a toilet really necessary? Like most other answers, it depends on you.

If you prefer to have the ability to use the bathroom in your vehicle and not rely on public facilities or making your way into nature, you’ll want to find a self-contained vehicle.

If, however, you don’t think you’ll want to poo in your vehicle, then it might not be necessary.

Our personal opinion on campervan toilets…

We lived in a campervan for 3 months without a toilet, and we got by just fine. That said, there were definitely some uncomfortable moments and times that we had to frantically search for a toilet.

For our second campervan build, we splurged and installed a composting toilet, which we are obsessed with. But the thing I should point out here is that if a rental company has a toilet in the van, it is likely a cassette toilet, which is great for emergencies but isn’t a complete solution (like a composting toilet).

Our rental experience: We had a cassette toilet in our rental van in New Zealand, but we never once used it for number 2 (because it requires smelly chemicals and you basically have to dump it after each use). If you book a campervan rental with a toilet, just be sure you understand what it’s going to look like to actually use it. And perhaps after reading this, you might realize having a toilet isn’t a must after all.

6. Understand the restrictions

Before committing to a specific company, make sure that your trip plans will be suitable (and allowed) with your campervan rental.

Here are some things to consider:

  • Roads: Are you able to take the rental on all roads, or are some types of roads prohibited?

  • Mileage: Do you have a limited number of miles you can drive per day? If so, how much does it cost if you go over the mileage limit?

  • Age limit: Is there an age restriction for renting? If you’re under 26 years old (the age at which most restrictions are lifted from rental vehicles), you may find some companies have higher fees. Don’t worry, there are some on this list that rent to 21+.

  • Festivals: Can you bring the campervan to festivals? For example, some rental companies located in the Southwestern USA have a strict “No Burning Man” policy which we can totally understand. I mean, can you imagine what that much sand can do to a van? If you’re planning to rent a van for a festival, you’ll need to ensure there aren’t any rules prohibiting you from doing so.

7. What about campervan insurance?

Campervan rentals: Don’t forget about about insurance!

While most car insurance policies will cover you for renting a car, campervans are not usually included in that coverage. Credit card insurance policies typically do not cover you while driving a campervan either.

Just like rental car companies, all campervan companies should offer some form of insurance on your vehicle. We would recommend taking the insurance because accidents do happen and you wouldn’t want that extra collision expense to ruin your road trip.

In addition, it is always a good idea to have travel insurance, for instances of theft, baggage loss, delayed flights, or medical emergencies. We never go without travel insurance (check out that article for our favorite providers plus some insider tips!)


Best Campervan Rentals in the USA

Now that you know exactly what you are looking for in a campervan, we’re going to go over the best rental companies from across the United States. We’ve tried to include a variety of price points as well as rental companies from each region.

We’ve broken down the rental companies into sections based on their location. Under each description, you’ll find pros and cons, price range, and other helpful tidbits.

New to Vanlife? Jump down to tips for traveling in a campervan!

Image source: Travellers Autobarn

Image source: Travellers Autobarn

Our favorite USA campervan rental companies

While we’d suggest starting by looking at the region you’ll be renting in and comparing the companies to see which will be best for you, we know it’s sometimes helpful to just start with a recommendation. So here are our top 3 suggestions (and we have discounts for each!):

  • Outdoorsy: This is essentially the “Airbnb of campervan rentals” and gives you the most options no matter your location, your budget, or your style. In addition to campervans, you’ll also find tow-behind trailers and RVs.

    • Discount: Use our code TWOWANDERINGSOLES to get $50 off your first booking!

  • Escape Campervans: These campervans are very basic and don’t have the frills of some companies on this list. The biggest reason we like this company is they are super budget-friendly, making it accessible for more people. Plus, they have the most locations of any rental company on this list.

    • Discount: We’ve partnered with Escape to give you an exclusive 10% discount when you use this link to reserve your campervan.

  • Travellers Autobarn: While this rental company only has 3 US locations (Los Angeles, San Fransisco and Las Vegas), they have one of our favorite layout designs and they’re affordable. With high roof models, these spacious campervans will be very comfortable, yet they won’t break your budget. Plus, they’re just an overall cool company with some other pretty neat features!

    • Psst! Jump down to read more, plus learn how you can score a discount!

Nationwide Campervan Rentals

There are not many campervan rental companies that operate around the entire United States. For the most part, the rental companies listed in this article operate in a general region and may have locations in a handful of cities.

There are two main exceptions to this:

  • Outdoorsy, which is a “campervan share”-style platform (kind of like Airbnb)

  • Escape Campervans, a budget brand that is well-known around the world and operates out of several US cities

Continue reading to learn more about each (plus, snag our exclusive discounts!)…

Outdoorsy

Image source: Outdoorsy

Image source: Outdoorsy

  • At a glance: “The Airbnb of campervan rentals” has a huge variety of styles, price points and locations

  • USA Rental Locations: All over the United States!

  • Type of rental: All budgets — from very affordable to luxe!

This platform is essentially the Airbnb of campervan rentals. People who own campervans, RVs or tow-behind trailers can list them on Outdoorsy for rent. This means that even if you don’t live in an area with lots of rental companies to choose from (like California!), you can likely find a campervan for rent without having to take a plane to get there.

Additionally, the variety of campervans and other rental options is vast — giving you lots to choose from. The downside to this of course, is that you should keep in mind that just like Airbnbs, not all listings are maintained, cleaned or represented in the same way. We are big on reading reviews so we have a realistic idea of what to expect.

Also, it’s good to point out that just like Airbnb, the fees charged for cleaning, extras and security deposits tend to vary a bit. So be sure you have a good understanding of all costs before booking.

BONUS! We have an exclusive discount code for you. Enter the code TWOWANDERINGSOLES to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

Benefits:

  • Available all over the US

  • There is a wide variety of campervans to choose from

  • Plenty of different options for different budgets

Cons:

  • Extra fees for service and cleaning

  • Not all listings are as accurate as you’d hope (check reviews!)

  • No option for drop off in a different location (unless you arrange this with the owner directly)

  • Since you’ll be dealing with van owners instead of a company, your customer service experience can be varied

Escape Campervans

Image source: Escape Campervans

Image source: Escape Campervans

  • At a glance: Basic, budget-friendly vans with lots of pick-up/drop-off locations

  • USA Rental Locations: Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle

  • Type of rental: Budget

As the largest and most reputable campervan rental company in the United States, Escape Campervans is our number one recommendation for those traveling on a budget. Each unique vehicle is hand-painted by artists in LA, so you’ll be sure to stand out anywhere you go and get lots of epic photos. They offer a variety of different models from pop-top Jeep campers to the 5-sleeper “Big Sur”, which is a Ford T-350 van. 

Campervan rentals start at $30/day during the low season, but vary in price depending on the model you choose, the length of your trip and the pick-up and drop-off locations. All Escape campervan rentals include a refrigerator, sink and stove, plus a solar energy system with dual battery. Bedding, camping gear and kitchen extras are available for an extra cost.

BONUS: We’ve partnered with Escape to give you an exclusive 10% discount when you use this link to reserve your campervan.

Campervan Rentals USA: Escape Campervans, Big Sur | Image source: Escape Campervans
Campervan Rentals USA: Escape Campervans, Big Sur | Image source: Escape Campervans

Benefits:

  • Unique and fun design painted on each campervan

  • Available in several locations across the US and Canada (more than any other rental company on this list!)

  • Different layouts available

  • With so many locations, you could pick up your campervan in one city and drop it off in another, which isn’t possible with all rental companies

  • 24/7 roadside assistance

  • Reliable international company

  • One of the most affordable rental options available

Cons:

  • You will not be able to stand up in these vans

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

  • Depending on your personality, the loud design on the exterior of the vehicle may be a drawback

  • The builds themselves are quite basic and don’t have the frills of some of the more expensive “boutique” options

Western USA Campervan Rentals

Think about the western USA by cutting the country down the center geographically, including all the states in the west except the coastal states. There is tons of incredible nature to be discovered in this region, which is why it makes for a great place to rent a campervan.

Places to see on your Western US road trip:

  • Discover the wild west in Grand Teton National Park

  • Visit the “Mighty Five” and some of our personal favorite national parks on a road trip through Utah

  • Get your body moving on a visit to Sin City and discover some of the best Las Vegas hikes

  • Make your way through Arizona, visiting the Grand Canyon, the red rocks of Sedona and the deserts of Tucson

  • Head for the mountains and make your way through Denver on your way to the Rockies

Related: Check out the best Western USA Road Trips!

Boho Campervan Rentals

Image source: Boho Camervans

Image source: Boho Camervans

  • At a glance: Uniquely decorated luxury campervan rentals in Phoenix

  • USA Rental Locations: Phoenix, AZ

  • Type of rental: Luxury

Boho Campervans offers up six unique campervan models (both Dodge and Ford) with different interior features for your vanlife adventures. The beautifully decorated interiors will have you feeling like you’re staying in rustic, luxury hotel and not just a van.

Starting at $159 per day with a 3-day minimum, the daily rate includes 200 miles. That, along with their solar power installation and 25-gallon water tank, make it easy for you to take your trip off the grid. All Boho vans are equipped with running water (including an outdoor shower!), a stove, cookware, portable cooler, privacy curtains, bedding, and camping chairs. 

Campervan Rentals USA: Boho Campervan Rentals | Image source: Boho Campervans
Campervan Rentals USA: Boho Campervan Rentals | Image source: Boho Campervans

Benefits:

  • Beautifully designed interiors

  • Equipped with a bluetooth stereo system

  • Well-reviewed company

  • Available near the Phoenix airport for quick and easy access

Cons

  • Additional insurance purchase required

  • Extra daily cost for roadside assistance

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

  • No pets allowed

  • Only available in Phoenix

Native Campervan Rentals

Image source: Native Campervans

Image source: Native Campervans

  • At a glance: A fleet of Dodge Ram Promaster campervans, doing their part to offset their carbon footprint!

  • USA Rental Locations: Denver, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City

  • Type of rental: Mid-range

Native Campervans offers custom campervans in 3 sizes (all Dodge Ram ProMasters) to accommodate your party’s needs. Starting at $79/day during the off-season, rates vary based on vehicle and length of your trip. With a 3-day minimum, all campervan rentals come with basic insurance coverage and 100 miles per day. Extras include bedding, propane and kitchen equipment, plus camping chairs and a table. 

We love this company for their commitment to responsible travel! Beginning in 2020, they are now offsetting the carbon emissions of all of their vans by purchasing carbon offset credits. 

Campervan Rentals USA: Native Campervans, The Smalls | Image source: Native Campervans
Campervan Rentals USA: Native Campervans | Image source: Native Campervans

Benefits:

  • Carbon footprint offsets

  • Basic insurance is included

  • Lots of extra gear and equipment available at an extra cost

  • They have “super discrete branding” on their vans, “so your vacation photos are about you and not us”

Cons:

  • If you are traveling in the winter, their “winter package” costs extra

  • There are no self-contained options (aka no toilets)

  • The “Biggie” is the only model you can stand up in

Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals

Image source: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals

Image source: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals

  • At a glance: A family-owned business offering up luxury conversion vans and vintage Volkswagons for your vanlife adventures

  • USA Rental Locations: Denver, Las Vegas

  • Type of rental: Luxury

This family-owned small business operates out of two cities in the US, offering up luxury conversion vans and vintage Volkswagons for your vanlife adventures. The luxury models offered by Rocky Mountain Campervans are Dodge Ram Promaster vans with a pop-top that sleep up to 5 people, and include a toilet and full kitchen. They also have a variety of vintage Volkswagons and Eurovans for rent that come with a kitchenette and sleep up to 4 people. 

Campervan rentals start at $145/day during the off season, but vary in price depending on the model you choose and the length of your trip. The daily rate includes 130 miles, and additional mileage is available for an extra cost. All Rocky Mountain campervan rentals are equipped with bedding, cookware, camping essentials and a portable toilet. 

Campervan Rentals USA: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals, Solis |Image source: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals
Campervan Rentals USA: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals, Solis | Image source: Rocky Mountain Campervan Rentals

Benefits:

  • Self-contained options available (plus portable toilets included with all rentals!)

  • Offer insurance or the option to use your own insurance

  • Pet-friendly

  • Lots of additional accessories included at no additional cost

Cons:

  • The Vanagons and Eurovans have restrictions on the number of continuous driving hours (4 and 6 hours respectively)

  • Vehicle pick-up and return must be at the same time of day on both days

Moterra Campervans

Image source: Moterra Campervans

Image source: Moterra Campervans

  • At a glance: Luxury all-inclusive Mercedes-Benz Sprinter campervan rentals in the west.

  • USA Rental Locations: Jackson Hole, Whitefish, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, San Francisco

  • Type of rental: Luxury

Whether you’re exploring the national parks, California coastline, Southwest deserts or Rocky Mountain range, Moterra Campervans come stocked with everything you could possibly need for any type of adventure. They offer 19-foot Mercedes-Benz Sprinter campervans in both high roof and pop-top models. 

Campervan rentals are at a fixed price of $339/day all year round, no matter how long your trip, or your location. One-way rentals have an extra fee. All Moterra campervan rentals include a full kitchen, optional toilet and solar power. As well as bedding, camping gear and wood for fires. Depending on the model, you can also have an indoor shower or optional outdoor solar shower.

Image source: Moterra Campervans
Image source: Moterra Campervans

Benefits:

  • Self-contained options available (plus portable toilets included with all rentals!)

  • Offer multiple coverage options for insurance

  • Lots of accessories included at no additional cost

Cons:

  • Vehicle pick-up and return are at set times of day

  • Pets have an additional cost of $150

California Campervan Rentals

As one of the largest states in the US, California has no shortage of outdoor adventures to be had. From towering Redwood forests and the jagged coastline of Big Sur in the North to the sun-drenched beaches and vast desert of Joshua Tree in the south.

The state is so full of national parks, coastline and epic outdoor adventures, you could spend a month or two traveling in a campervan and still not see it all!

Places to visit on your California Road Trip:

  • Drive the famous stretch of Hwy 1, up the coast of Big Sur

  • Hit up one California’s NINE national parks including the Yosemite, Joshua Tree, Death Valley and more!

  • Drink your way through wine country (just be sure to park your van and put away your keys for the night!)

  • Take a dip in the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe

  • Cross the famous Golden Gate in San Francisco

  • Attempt some of the best desert hikes in Southern California

Related: Check out some of the best road trips on the West Coast California!

Travellers Autobarn

Image source: Travellers Autobarn

Image source: Travellers Autobarn

  • At a glance: High-top campervan rental options at an affordable price

  • USA Rental Locations: San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles

  • Type of rental: Low to Mid-range budget

This Australia-based company launched fleets of vans in 3 American cities in 2019. We saw Travellers Autobarn vans all over New Zealand and love that they offer high-top vehicles at an affordable price — something that’s honestly pretty difficult to find. Having a campervan with a high roof allows you to stand up inside, making things like cooking and getting dressed a heck of a lot easier (trust us!).

Plus, Travellers Autobarn has 3 models to choose from:

  • Kuga: built out in 2018 or 2019, this newer model is kitted out with solar panels, meaning your lights and fridge will last longer the Hitop has a fit-out of 2013 to 2015

  • Hitop: built between 2013 – 2015, these models may have a bit of wear and tear and they don’t have the fancy solar feature, but they’ll save you a bit of money

  • Minivan: This is a regular minivan, but it’s equipped with kitchen gear, making it perfect for road trips. But even better, you can rent kits of sleeping equipment like an air mattress and sleeping bag (for just $45) or a kit of camping gear (again just $45), making this a great option for someone who wants to tent camp but doesn’t have their own gear.

Campervan Rental USA | Travellers Autobarn
Campervan Rental USA | Travellers Autobarn

Benefits:

  • You can stand up inside these vehicles (they have an internal height of 6’5”!)

  • Free unlimited miles

  • Comes with a microwave for easy cooking, as well as a gas cooker

  • Can seat and sleep up to 3 adults

  • Option to book now pay later

  • Rentals are available for people 21-years old+

  • 20% discount when you book for more than 14 days

  • Great reviews

Cons:

  • Closed on Sundays for drop-off

  • Only locations are in the western USA

Exclusive Discount: When you sign up for The Dyrt Pro membership (our favorite camping app!), you can get a 10% discount on Travellers Autobarn! And when you use this link, you can try The Dyrt Pro for 90 days totally FREE!

Vancraft

Image source: Vancraft

Image source: Vancraft

  • At a glance: Luxury Sprinter vans with all the essentials for off-grid adventures in southern California

  • USA Rental Locations: San Diego, CA

  • Type of rental: Luxury

This campervan rental company based out of San Diego specializes in luxury Sprinter campervans, complete with all the essentials. If you want to go off the grid, but don’t want to sacrifice comfort, Vancraft has you covered. They offer both long and short wheel-base models, which seat and sleep 2-6 people, equipped for four season camping, and 100% self-sustained on solar power. 

Each campervan rental comes with a fully-stocked kitchen with 2-stove burner, refrigerator and 20 gallon outdoor hot water shower. They also include bedding and camping gear with your rental cost and 150 travel miles a day. Rates start at $200/day, but decrease incrementally based on the length of your rental. 

Campercan Rentals USA: Vancraft | Image source: Vancraft
Campercan Rentals USA: Vancraft | Image source: Vancraft

Benefits:

  • Lots of extras included like a kitchen kit, bedding and camping gear

  • Four season insulated cabins 

  • Great milage on the diesel Sprinters, getting 20+ mpg

  • Comfortable Tempurpedic mattress

  • Plenty of storage space to accommodate surfboards or ski equipment

  • Optional rooftop tent or bike rack at an additional cost

Cons:

  • 24-hour roadside assistance comes at an additional cost

  • No indoor toilet options (only portable toilets available)

  • Only one location in the US

Lost Campervan Rentals

Image source: Lost Campervan Rentals

Image source: Lost Campervan Rentals

  • At a glance: Low-top converted mini vans at a super affordable price

  • USA Rental Locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco

  • Type of rental: Budget

In direct competition with the other budget rentals is Lost Campers, known for their comfort and affordability. They offer a variety of different models from traditional mini vans such as the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country, to the Ford T350.

Campervan rentals start at $35/day during the low season, but vary in price depending on the model you choose, the length of your trip and the pick-up and drop-off locations. All Lost campervan rentals include bedding, kitchen kits and basic camping equipment like a camp stove. And the daily rate includes unlimited miles.

Campervan Rentals USA: Lost Campervan Rentals, Sierra | Image source: Lost Campervan Rentals
Campervan Rentals USA: Lost Campervan Rentals | Image source: Lost Campervan Rentals

Benefits:

  • Unlimited miles included in the daily rate

  • They offer smaller vehicle options that are easier to maneuver and leave a smaller environmental footprint

  • Free 24-hour roadside assistance

  • Pride themselves on excellent customer service

  • Comfortable no-split mattresses

  • They offer flexible pick-up times with after hours pick-up and drop-off

Cons:

  • Not able to stand up in the van

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

  • “Kitchen” area is a pretty minimal offering, some don’t even include a sink

  • Only available in California

Vintage Surfari Wagons

Image source: Vintage Surfari Wagons

Image source: Vintage Surfari Wagons

  • At a glance: Classic VW campervan rentals for a throwback surfing trip

  • USA Rental Locations: Costa Mesa, CA

  • Type of rental: High-end price point

Make your dream of vacationing in a classic VW bus a reality with Vintage Surfari Wagons. They offer a fleet of 1970’s, 80’s, 90’s and 00’s era campers to rent for a nostalgic (not to mention photogenic!) trip on the California coast. 

Classic campervan rentals start at $129/day during the low season, but vary in price depending on the model you choose and the length of your trip (with a 3-day minimum). The rental rate includes 120 miles per day. The models they offer sleep 2-4 adults, and all rentals include a stove, sink (with water tank), ice box or refrigerator, dining table, and other accessories. Bedding, camping gear and kitchen extras are available for an extra cost.

Campervan Rentals USA: Vintage Surfari Wagons
Campervan Rentals USA: Vintage Surfari Wagons, Trestles interior | Image source: Vintage Surfai Wagons

Benefits:

  • Fun photogenic classic vans

  • Pet-friendly

  • Offer insurance or the option to use your own insurance

  • Surfboard and bike racks available at an additional cost for added adventure

Cons:

  • Not able to stand up in the van (unless you get a pop-top)

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

  • Local California road trips only (you are limited to Joshua Tree, Palm Springs, Santa Barbara and San Diego)

Jucy

Image source: Jucy Campervan Rentals

Image source: Jucy Campervan Rentals

  • At a glance: Bare necessities campervans at a super budget price

  • USA Rental Locations: San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles

  • Type of rental: Budget

Jucy rentals is a well-known campervan rental agency in New Zealand that has expanded to offer locations in the US, Canada and Australia. Starting at just $22/day, not including mileage fees, this is one of the most budget-friendly options out there.You can choose from a variety of mileage packages including unlimited miles for $25/day.

All Jucy campervan rentals include a fridge, two stoves and a kitchen sink. However, there are no self-contained campervan options available (aka they don’t have any toilets!). They do offer plenty of add ons, such as camping gear, beddings and towels, to make your campervan adventure as seamless as possible.

Image source: Jucy RV Rentals
Image source: Jucy RV Rentals

Benefits:

  • Drives more like a van than a commercial vehicle

  • They have lots of partnerships with campgrounds and adventure tours companies that offer discounts

  • Includes 24-hour road side assistance

  • Option for vehicle delivery right to your doorstep

Cons:

  • 20% non-refundable deposit

  • Not able to stand up in the van

  • No self-contained options available

Pacific Northwest Campervan Rentals

The Pacific Northwest (PNW) is without a doubt our favorite region of the United States and while we may be biased, we think it’s the best place to take a campervan trip in the USA. With thick pine forests, wild driftwood strewn beaches, and arguably some of the most picturesque mountain ranges in the country, we can’t think of many better places to test out vanlife. Plus, with lots of BLM land, finding free places to camp is easier in the PNW than just about any other region of the US.

Psst! We’ve lived in both Washington state and Oregon, so our website is packed with tips for this region.

Places to see on your road trip in the PNW:

  • Roam around Olympic National Park and take in the rugged beaches next to snowcapped mountains

  • See some of the hidden gems in cool PNW cities like Seattle & Portland

  • Head to Bend, Oregon where you’ll see more campervans than you can count (and just as many craft breweries!)

  • Soak in at least one Oregon Hot Spring (we think McCredie Hot Spring is one that’s underrated!)

  • Explore North Cascades National Park (in Washington state) — it’s one of the least-visited national parks in the US and one of our very favorites!

  • Drive along the Oregon Coast, one of our favorite USA road trips!

Related: Check out the best PNW Road Trips!

Peace Vans

Image source: Peace Vans

Image source: Peace Vans

  • At a glance: A family-owned business offering up vintage Volkswagons and modern Mercedes Metris campervans in Seattle

  • USA Rental Locations: Seattle, WA

  • Type of rental: High-end price point

Whether you’re exploring the national parks, PNW coastline or the mountains, Peace Vans is a family owned business dedicated to getting you outside. They offer classic VW rentals – each unique, or more modern Mercedes-Benz campervans. 

With a 4-night minimum in the shoulder season and 6-night minimum in high season, Campervan rentals start at $740 for 4-nights. All Peace Vans campervan rentals include a fridge, stocked kitchen and pop up tent for extra sleeping space. They also include a lot of extras like cookware, spices, wine glasses, a french press, and fresh ground coffee.

Image source: Peace Vans
Image source: Peace Vans

Benefits:

  • Thoughtful additional touches and amenities

  • Family-owned business

  • 10% discount for more than 12 nights or returning renters

Cons:

  • Only available in Seattle

  • No self-contained options

  • 4 & 6-day minimums

Looking for a place to camp? You’ll want to check out one of these incredible campsites in Washington while on your campervan road trip.

Wandervans

Image source: Wandervans

Image source: Wandervans

  • At a glance: Boutique Ford Transit campervans for rent in a variety of sizes

  • USA Rental Locations: Boise, Portland, Salt Lake City, Spokane

  • Type of rental: Mid-range

Wandervans is a company offering “boutique” Ford Transit campervans for rent in 3 different sizes. Their floorplans offers 2 and 4-person sleepers, and all rentals include a kitchen with refrigerator and stove, table and camp chairs, curtains and bug screens for the doors. They also have a wide range of ad-ons available at an additional charge to make sure you are equipped for your adventure. 

Campervan rentals start at $105/day and include up to 150 miles per day. Extra milage, insurance and cleaning fees are extra. The price varies depending on the model you choose and reservations are made by calendar day and not based on the 24 hour clock, which means you don’t have to worry about getting off the road by a certain time at the end of your trip.

Campervan Rentals USA:Wandervans | Image source: Wandervans
Campervan Rentals USA: Wandervans, The Outbound | Image source: Wandervans

Benefits:

  • Really well-reviewed company

  • Offer insurance or the option to use your own insurance

  • Pet-friendly

  • Port-a-potties are offered at an additional cost

  • 24-hour pick-up and drop-off

Cons:

  • Not a very wide availability across the US

  • Cleaning fee between $40 to $70, plus additional fee for excessive dirt

  • Only portable toilet, no indoor toilet options

Campervan Rentals in the Midwest

The midwest will always hold a special place in our hearts as it’s where we both grew up, met, went to university and return “home” to visit our families.

Now if you’re not familiar with the area, you may be asking yourself what there is to see in this part of the country? We may be biased, but we think there is plenty! From big metropolitan cities full of culture and history to epic outdoor adventures, the midwest has it all.

Places to visit on your midwest road trip:

  • Get your kicks on Route 66 when you start in Chicago and make your way through St. Louis all the way to L.A.

  • Don’t miss Minneapolis on your way up to the picturesque North Shore of Lake Superior

  • Get a glimpse of Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial and the Badlands National Park as you make your way through South Dakota

  • Make your way to Door County, Wisconsin for the best fall foliage

  • Head up to the Boundary Waters for a canoeing adventure you’ll not soon forget

  • Kayak around Isle Royal National Park in Lake Michigan

Voyager Campervan Rentals

Image source: Voyager Campervans

Image source: Voyager Campervans

  • At a glance: Dodge ProMaster City campervans for rent with 3 different variations

  • USA Rental Locations: Austin, Minneapolis, Nashville, Phoenix

  • Type of rental: Mid-range

We were super excited to come across Voyager Campervans when we learned they are based out of our home state of Minnesota! They offer Dodge ProMaster City campervan models in 3 different variations. The best news is, they have a variety of locations across the US, which is ideal if you are planning a cross-country road trip. 

All of their rentals include a kitchen with stove, fuel, cooler and cooking essentials, and some include a sink. They also have a wide range of add-ons available at an additional charge to make sure you are equipped for your adventure. Basic camping supplies and linens are also supplied. 

Starting at $111/day and varying based on location and length of trip, they have a 2-day minimum during the off-season and 3-day minimum during peak season. The daily rate includes up to 175 miles per day and includes complimentary roadside assistance. Extra mileage, insurance and cleaning fees are extra.

Campervan Rentals USA: Voyager Campervans | Image source: Voyager Campervans
Campervan Rentals USA: Voyager Campervans | Image source: Voyager Campervans

Benefits:

  • Smaller, easy to drive vehicles

  • Unique locations across the US

  • Complimentary roadside assistance

  • Pet-friendly

Cons:

  • Only offer options that sleep 2 people

  • Not able to stand up in the van

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

  • An additional cleaning fee is charged per rental

Outdoorsy Rentals in the Midwest

Outdoorsy is a great option in the midwest as there aren’t many established campervan rental companies. Below are a few of our favorite listings.

U2015 Winnebago Traveato WI

2015 Winnebago Travato

  • Location: Waukesha, WI

  • Capacity: 4 seatbelts / sleeps 5

  • Notable Amenities: Generator, microwave, oven, toilet, indoor shower, fridge, TV

  • Mileage: 50 miles/day

USA Campervan Rentals: 2019 Dodge Ram 2500 in IL

2019 Dodge Ram 2500

  • Location: Glenview, IL

  • Capacity: 4 seatbelts / sleeps 4

  • Notable Amenities: AC, solar power, fridge, stove, ceiling fan, bike rack

  • Mileage: 150 miles/day

Don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

East Coast USA Campervan Rentals

The East Coast of the US may not have a lot of options in terms of established campervan rental companies, but there are plenty of incredible road trip adventures to be had. From the tip of Maine all the way down to the Florida Keys, the places to see on the East Coast are as diverse as the nature!

Places to visit on your East Coast USA road trip:

  • See the cherry blossoms and take in the history of our nation’s capital, Washington D.C.

  • Make your way from NYC upstate to the beautiful Hudson Valley

  • Spend some time in Boston on the freedom trail, visit the waterfront and enjoy a Red Sox game at the legendary Fenway Park

  • Eat all the sea food you can get your hands on as you make your way through Maine to Acadia National Park

  • Visit Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley

  • Take in the southern charm of Savanah, Georgia or the beaches of Charleston

  • Hit up the highlights of Southern Florida from the neon-lit clubs of South Beach Miami to the Everglades, national parks, and Florida Keys

Related: Check out the best Eastern USA Road Trips!

Outdoorsy Rentals on the East Coast

There aren’t many established campervan rental companies in this region, so Outdoorsy is a great option here. We’re going to share few of our favorite listings with you below.

USA Campervan Rentals: 2011 Ford Transit in ME

2011 Ford Transit from Maine Campervan Rentals

  • Location: Portland, ME

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: AC, heat, stove

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

USA Campervan rentals: 2013 Mercedes Benz Sprinter in VA

2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

  • Location: Ashland, VA

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, heater, ceiling fan

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

USA campervan rentals: 1999 Ford Econoline in NH

1999 Ford Econoline e250

  • Location: Hampton, NH

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, AC, heat, kitchen sink, stove, toilet

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

Don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

Southern USA Campervan Rentals

Get a taste of southern hospitality as you cruise through lands where the sky is big and so are the BBQ’s! If you’re into having a beverage or two, take your pick of distilleries, breweries and moonshine-ries. Travel here in the springtime to enjoy the blooming flowers and avoid the heat of the summer.

Places to visit on your Southern USA road trip:

  • See the highlights of the Lone Star State including Big Bend National Park, the San Antonio River Walk, the night life scene in Austin, and the famous road side Prada Marfa art installation.

  • Visit the Mardi Gras capital, New Orleans, for some Creole cookin’, jazz music and Bourbon Street nightlife.

  • Pay a visit to Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway

  • Get your country music fix in Nashville and then head north to the Kentucky Bourbon Trial

Related: Check out the best Southern USA Road Trips!

Outdoorsy Rentals in the Southern USA

Again in this region there aren’t many established campervan rental companies. Below are some of our favorite Outdoorsy listings in the southern USA.

Note: Voyager Campervans, which we went over in the midwest section above also operates in Austin and Nashville.

USA campervan rentals: 2015 Mercedes Sprinter in AK

2015 Mercedes Sprinter

  • Location: Bentonville, AR

  • Capacity: 3 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, toilet, outside shower, heater, ceiling fan

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

USA campervan rentals: 2016 Ford Transit in OK

2016 Ford Transit

  • Location: Lawton, OK

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, toilet, ceiling fan

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

USA campervan rentals: 2021 Winnebago Solis in TN

2021 Winnebago Solis

  • Location: Nashville, TN

  • Capacity: 4 seatbelts, sleeps 4

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, generator, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, microwave, oven, toilet, outside shower, heater, ceiling fan

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

Don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

Hawaii Campervan Rentals

In Hawaii, your road trip may have shorter distances, but with stops for fresh poke and shave ice plus epic nature and sunset views, you won’t feel like you’re lacking!

Places to visit on your Hawaii road trip:

  • Drive the Hamakua Coast via Modern and Old Mamalahoa Highway on the Big Island

  • Drive the tropical Road to Hana as winds around the east side of Maui

  • Visit Oahu’s North Short from the Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden to the relaxed surf town of Haleiwa

  • Take a picturesque coastal drive from Molokai’s main town of Kaunakakai to Halawa Beach

Hawaii Surf Campers

Image source: Hawaii Surf Campers

Image source: Hawaii Surf Campers

  • At a glance: A small fleet of vintage 70’s VW busses and custom converted Ford Transit vans with plenty of room for your surf board

  • USA Rental Locations: North Shore Oahu, San Diego

  • Type of rental: High-end price point

Looking for unique accommodation in Oahu? Hawaii Surf Campers just might be the perfect solution for you! Their small fleet includes a range of campervans from vintage 70’s VW busses to their in-house renovated Ford Transit. They offer 2-4 person sleepers, some with pop-tops, kitchenettes, etc. 

Starting at $149/day during the low season, prices vary based on the vehicle you choose and the length of your trip. All camper rentals come with bedding, blankets, towels, a cooler, and basic kitchen supplies. They also offer airport pick-up and drop-offs as well as vehicle delivery for your convenience, local knowledge and advice about the island as well as complimentary souvenir mugs.

Campervan Rentals USA: Hawaii Surf Campers | Image source: Hawaii Surf Campers
Campervan Rentals USA: Hawaii Surf Campers | Image source: Hawaii Surf Campers

Benefits:

  • Fun photogenic classic vans

  • Discounted surf lessons at a local surf school

  • Complimentary souvenir mug

Cons:

  • Not able to stand up in the van (unless you get a pop-top)

  • No self-contained options available (aka no toilets)

Outdoorsy Rentals in Hawaii

Here are some of our favorite Outdoorsy listings in Hawaii.

USA campervan rental: 2006 Ford E350 in Oahu

2006 Ford E350

  • Location: Kaneohe, HI

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, microwave, microwave, AC, TV

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

USA campervan rental: 2016 Winnebago Travato in Maui

2016 Winnebago Travato

  • Location: Kahului, HI

  • Capacity: 4 seatbelts, sleeps 4

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, generator, kitchen sink, fridge, stove, microwave, toilet, indoor shower, AC, heat, ceiling fan

  • Mileage: 100 miles/day

Don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

Alaska Campervan Rentals

Up in Alaska are some of the most remote roads in the USA. This is the perfect state for a road trip through epic wilderness without the crowds.

Places to visit on your Alaska road trip:

  • Take a drive into the Arctic wilderness as you follow the famed Ice Road from Fairbanks to the Deadhorse, Alaska.

  • Don’t skip the National Parks, from the snow-covered peaks of Denali to the glaciers and fjords of Kenai.

  • Visit the charming town of Homer, at the “The End of the Road,” 200 miles south of Anchorage

  • See glaciers and plenty of wildlife near Juneau

Outdoorsy Rentals in Alaska

Since there are no well-established campervan rental companies in Alaska, here are our favorite Outdoorsy rental listings.

USA campervan rental: 2002 Volkswagon T4 in AK

2002 Volkswagen T4 Multivan

  • Location: Anchorage, AK

  • Capacity: 6 seatbelts, sleeps 4

  • Notable Amenities: Heater, dining table, backup camera

  • Milage: 150 miles/day

USA campervan rental: 2014 Mercedes Sprinter in AK

2014 Mercedes Sprinter High Roof

  • Location: Anchorage, AK

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Solar power, AC, Heater, stove, kitchen sink, refridgerator

  • Milage: 200 miles/day

USA campervan rentals: 2018 Ram Promaster in AK

2018 Ram Promaster High Roof

  • Location: Anchorage, AK

  • Capacity: 2 seatbelts, sleeps 2

  • Notable Amenities: Heat, AC, stove, ceiling fan, 7-gallon freshwater tank

  • Milage: 125 miles/day

Don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!


Need help choosing the best campervan rental for you?

That’s where we come in!

If you have a specific destination in mind, we’d recommend starting by browsing the rental options in that region. However, if you’re still torn, we gotchu…

On a tight budget?

  • Escape

  • Jucy

  • Lost Campervans

  • Travellers Autobarn

Want a unique & photogenic rental?

  • Boho

  • Vintage Surfari

  • Vancraft

  • Moterra

  • Outdoorsy

Want a van you can stand up in?

  • Travellers Autobarn

  • Rocky Mountain

  • Moterra

  • Vancraft

  • Boho

Want to rent a van in a city that’s not listed in this article?

  • Outdoorsy is going to be your best pick as there are rental options all around the United States. Simply open up a map to see the options in your area.

If you book through Outdoorsy, don’t forget to enter our exclusive discount code TWOWANDERINGSOLES at checkout to get $50 off your first campervan rental!

Tips for renting a campervan

Campervan rentals: What does your vehicle come with?

Before you make a booking, we’ve got some essential tips and things to think about…

Know what “extras” your campervan comes with

This depends greatly on which company you rent from. However, here are a few campervan essentials to keep in mind:

  • Bed & Bedding

  • Sink with running water (and a tank you can fill with freshwater)

  • Stove & Propane

  • Cookware and utensils

  • Cooler and/or refrigerator

  • Coffee maker (definitely an essential in our book!)

Depending on the campervan rental company, these amenities can be very basic or quite luxurious. Also, some companies have the option to add extras, which are typically charged separately. This can include:

  • Camp chairs and/or table

  • Awning

  • Solar-heated outdoor shower

  • Portable toilet

  • GPS system

  • Equipment rack (for bikes, surfboards, etc.)

  • Roof tent for additional sleeping space

What else should you pack?

We’ve put together the ultimate packing list of campervan gear essentials to make sure you bring everything you need to get the most out of your trip.

Be prepared for the worst parts of vanlife…

If you’ve never traveled in a campervan before, we’d highly recommend reading this article where we spill the worst parts of vanlife.

We don’t want to scare you away — we still think you’ll love traveling in a campervan! — but we do want you to be prepared for the good, the bad and the ugly.

Start planning your road trip

Once you’ve picked your campervan rental, it’s time to start getting your route planned out. Lucky for you we’ve got hacks for planning your road trip that’ll make your life so much easier!

Good to know: Be sure you fully understand how many miles you can put on your campervan before planning your road trip. Some companies are very generous, and offer unlimited miles, while others (oftentimes independent renters on Outdoorsy) have a limited number of miles before you’re charged a fee.

Know where you can camp

Camping in a van | Two Wandering Soles

Just because you can sleep in your van doesn’t mean you can park anywhere you want. Use our free camping guide to find out how we find the best free camping spots across the USA.

Insider Tip: Download our favorite camping app, The Dyrt, so you can find nearby campsites and read through reviews before you head into the wilderness. Use this link to get access to the Pro Membership for 90 days (yep, 3 full months!) completely

Determine whether you’ll need a National Park Pass

Are you planning to visit some national parks on your road trip? Good for you!

We’ve written a guide to figuring out whether an America the Beautiful Pass will be worthwhile for your trip. Check it out!

Insider Tip: State Parks and National Forests are incredible too, and typically have fewer crowds and inexpensive campgrounds.

Thinking about building your own campervan conversion?

Amazing! If so, our advice is to try to rent one that is similar to what you plan to build so you can get firsthand experience and make tweaks to your design.

Outdoorsy is a great place to start your search since they have the most variety in designs and locations.

Then, when you’re ready to start thinking about your build, come back to our website because we quite literally have everything you need to know about building a campervan!


Are you interested in learning more about vanlife?

Lucky for you, we have TONS of resources on converting your own campervan and living the #vanlife. Check out our Ultimate Guide to Van Life for all the answers to your most burning questions, or read some of our favorite articles below.

Interested in connecting with others about all things #vanlife? Join our Vanlife Facebook community!

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If you decide to rent a campervan from one of the companies we recommended, or have a recommendation we missed, we’d love to hear about your experience.

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Best USA Campervan Rentals
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