RV Rental in El Paso, Texas: The Best Companies

by Michael C. Upton  |  Published September 12, 2023

Old West history and Tex Mex cuisine paired with rustic natural beauty draw RV travelers to El Paso, Texas, which is a great borderland destination for families, couples, and solo trekkers.

El Paso is a popular fall and winter destination for campers. (Photo: rbaire via Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

The mild climate of El Paso welcomes visitors year-round to nearby natural attractions like the Chihuahuan Desert nestled between picturesque mountains and the Rio Grande River, Hueco Tanks State Park, and Franklin Mountains State Park. RV rentals can be a cost-effective way for families and friends to experience the culture of El Paso or make a trip to places like Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, or the historic city of Mesilla, New Mexico. To help you find the best camper rental, we have selected what we consider the best RV rental agencies servicing El Paso. Here are our picks.


Outdoorsy is a peer-to-peer marketplace allowing RV owners to advertise and rent their vehicles to anyone who needs a short-term RV. Vehicles come in multiple sizes and styles, from single unit trailers to rides better fitted for larger groups. Booking an RV through a company like Outdoorsy is often more affordable than other rental agencies. When we searched for RVs in El Paso, we found many options available for pick-up across the area and even some owners who are willing to deliver and set up the RV.

Because of its remote location, a search in El Paso turned up only a few Class A RVs, including a 2000 Newmar Mountain Aire, which comes with 200 free miles per day. Amenities include 2 TVs, a slide out for additional interior space, and all the comforts of home. The unit sleeps 4 comfortably and rents for $203 plus fees and insurance per night. A small RV rental is the perfect way for a solo traveler or couple to get around the area quickly and safely. We found a 2019 Ram Promaster 2500 camper van that sleeps 2 and offers a lot of convenience in a small package. This apartment on wheels allows explorers to go completely off grid with solar power for $185 plus fees and insurance per night and this unit’s host offers discounts for longer stays.

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RVshare is another rental service where owners can list their RVs and renters can search from locations throughout the US. In El Paso, RVshare provides more than 50 connections. The website offers a variety of tips, helpful articles, and destination guides specifically for travel by recreation vehicle. When we searched for RVs in El Paso, the results showed options available for pick-up across the area from Class A drivables to toy haulers for visitors with ATVs.

For those who want to travel in luxury with affordability, a 37 ft. Class A Encounter 37SA is the answer. This rig sleeps 6 and is perfect for a family who wants to enjoy an RV vacation, but do not want to drive. Delivery and Setup is available in El Paso and surrounding areas for a fee plus $269 per night plus taxes. A couple with a pet will enjoy a 2017 24 ft. Renegade Villagio 25MBS, which comes with a well-appointed kitchen, a 3.0L Turbo Diesel engine, and TV with DVD player for $216 per night.

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Another rental agency is RVezy, which operates from a smaller pool of hosts. RVezy connects owners with travelers and “takes care of everything,” including RV and renter verifications, payments, insurance, and customer support. The RVezy website offers a convenient list of local campgrounds for the search area.

A look at RV rentals in the El Paso area returns limited results, but most average only $200 per night, while towable trailers are around $120 per night. Most RV owners offer weekly and monthly discounts between 10 and 20 percent. Our search for a family sized motorhome resulted in a 29 ft. 2003 Coachman Class C ride for $150 per night plus taxes and fees. The rental includes 100 miles per day with 4 hours of generator use. Delivery is available for this unit.

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