Campervan Rental in Denver: The Best Companies

by Michael C. Upton  |  Published April 26, 2024

Denver, Colorado is a great jumping off point for a campervan vacation because of its city highlights and surrounding natural beauty.

PHOTO: RV-Denver.jpg: The Front Range as seen from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. (Photo:James St. John via Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

The Mile High City is surrounded by thousands of acres of wilderness with nine state parks a short drive from downtown Denver. Hundreds of campgrounds, RV parks, and campsites are located in and around The Front Range, a 200-mile corridor from Pueblo, Colorado, to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Colorado National Monument, several national forests, and other wilderness areas welcome campervans. The proximity to the city allows access to great dining and entertainment away from the fire ring. To help you find the best camper rental, we have selected what we consider the best RV rental agencies servicing Denver. Here are our picks.

Escape Camper Vans

Escape Camper Vans has 11 locations and has been in the rental business for more than 16 years. Distinguishable by their family-friendly exterior designs, the company allows up to four drivers per vehicle, 24-hour roadside assistance, and both round-trip and one-way options. Escape Camper Vans was founded by Rob Mewton, an entrepreneur, surfer, and traveler from New Zealand. The USA branch opened in 2009.

Escape Camper Vans rents 5 styles of vehicles. The Santa Cruz and the Jeep Camper can sleep two. The adventurous Jeep Camper lets drivers explore and when it is time to sleep the rooftop bedroom opens. (These vehicles are not available in Denver.) Renters in Denver can choose the Maverick, Mesa, or Del Mar. The Maverick and the Mesa are hard-top units with space to sleep up to 5 with a rooftop sleeper. Both units have kitchen fit outs and dual battery systems. Rates are less than $128 per day. The pop-top Del Mar is “big adventure” for up to 5 people and is described as “the ultimate package for travel enthusiasts.” Along with room to stand when the top is up, this vehicle comes with amenities like a foldaway table and benches, an outside two-burner stove, and Bluetooth capabilities. Special rates are as low as $127 per day.

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Outdoorsy is a peer-to-peer marketplace for RV owners to connect with renters. Owners advertise and rent their vehicles to anyone who needs a short-term vehicle. Multiple sizes and style vehicles are available, from single unit trailers to spacious vehicles accommodating larger groups. When we searched for campervans in Denver, we found many options available for pick-up across the area.

As a popular camping destination, Denver’s search turned up over 100 campervan options. One of the newest selections available is a 2022 Leisure Travel Unity. The unit features a rear Murphy bed, a residential-style sectional lounge sofa, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The galley offers a flip-down extension for more prep and serving space, a convection microwave oven, a flush mount LP cooktop, and is stocked with cookware and utensils. This unit can run on solar, too, and is priced at $325 per day. When it comes to uniqueness, the 2021 Titan / Bliss Mobil XD4400 is like a campertank. This is perfect for off-grid camping and runs $630 per day.

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Rocky Mountain Campervans

Rocky Mountain Campervans encourages everyone to “be a traveler, not a tourist.” This American company has locations in Denver and Las Vegas and specifically welcome those who are coming to the area to attend music festivals. Rentals are available year-round.
Rocky Mountain Campervans offers seven vehicle types for rental. The largest vehicle in the fleet is the pop-top Winnebago Solis. Equipped with a sofa bed, this model seats 6 passengers, and can sleep 4 comfortably. The 19’ 6” van is designed with a convenient interior featuring a laminate countertop with pull-out countertop extension, 2-burner range top, a single door refrigerator and freezer, and a stainless-steel sink. Some accoutrements include USB charging ports, LED ceiling lights, and zipper window coverings for privacy. The daily rate for this vehicle is $310 per day plus tax. A kitchen pack, camp supplies, and bedding and towels are included in the price. Rocky Mountain’s smallest vehicle is a Eurovan Tintop with a rate of $155 per day.

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