RV Rental in Orlando: The Best Companies

by Michael C. Upton  |  Published August 6, 2021

Orlando, Florida may be best known for its theme parks, but even Walt Disney World Resort has a campground. The area hosts several great campgrounds and is a short drive to Canaveral National Seashore and Richloam Wildlife Management Area.

Downtown Orlando (Photo: Lunchboylarry via FLickr / CC BY 2.0)

An abundance of nearby lakes makes the Orlando area a perfect destination for anglers and all nature lovers. It is a great place to enjoy an RV rental. To help you find the best camper rental, we’ve selected what we consider the best RV rental agencies servicing Orlando. Here are our picks.


Outdoorsy is a peer-to-peer marketplace that invites RV owners to advertise and hire out their vehicles to people needing a short-term RV rental. Vehicles come in multiple sizes and styles, from 2-person trailers to much more spacious vehicles that can sleep larger groups. One big advantage of booking an RV through a company like Outdoorsy is the cheaper deals over normal rental agencies.

When we searched for RVs in Orlando, we found numerous options available for pick-up across the area. Among them was a spacious yet budget friendly 2021 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf Limited equipped with an outdoor Kitchen. The Grey Wolf sleeps 8 and runs $870 plus fees and insurance per week. For a small RV rental a 2017 Airstream International Serenity lets travelers go in style. The Serenity is family friendly and sleeps 4 with a weekly price of $945 plus fees and insurance.

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RV Share

Another RV sharing rental service is RVshare where owners can list their RVs and renters can search from locations throughout the US. The website offers a variety of tips, destination guides, and helpful articles dedicated to enjoying travel by recreation vehicle. When we searched for RVs in Orlando, the results turned up many options available for pick-up across the area.

For those who want to go big a 45 ft. Class A luxurious motor coach is the answer. Keep in mind this big rig formerly owned by a “major rock star” gets 5 mpg but offers a smooth ride and truly unique experience at $2,200 per night. The family just starting out in the camping world will enjoy the convenience of a travel trailer and a Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 allows campers the use of their vehicle for off campground excursions. This travel trailer rents for $702 plus fees and insurance per week. For a small RV rental we found a 2015 Runaway Range Runner for $330 plus fees and insurance per week.

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RV Rentals of Orlando

RV Rentals of Orlando offers privately owned RVs at affordable rates and provides on-call technicians for 24/7 roadside support. The local company also offers police, fire, and military discounts. The company’s 2018, 31 ft. 2018 Ace Class A motor home sleeps up to 10 people with use of space-saving bunk beds. The unit comes with both interior and exterior kitchens and slide out partitions for added comfort. The weekly rate is $2,175.

Large parties looking to save a few dollars can opt for the 2012 Impulse Silver Class C, which also sleeps up to 10 people, but rents at a weekly rate of $147. For small RV rental, RV Rentals of Orlando offers two Class B options, a 2016 Rev that sleeps 3 and a Winnebago Trend that sleeps 4. Both vehicles rent for $1,300 per week.

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