RV Rental in Spokane: The Best Companies

by Michael C.Upton  |  Published August 17, 2023

Many visitors are drawn to Spokane, Washington because of the natural beauty in the area and an RV makes a visit to the Lilac City even more enjoyable and convenient.

Spokane Centennial Trail promotes an active lifestyle surrounded by natural beauty. (Photo: Robert Ashworth via Flickr / CC BY 2.0)

Spokane is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. From the majestic Spokane River to nearby parks like Mount Spokane State Park and Riverside State Park, travelers can immerse themselves in beauty. The 10,000-acre Riverside State Park, with its river access, deep canyons, and diverse wildlife, is only a short drive away from luxury camping at places like Northern Quest Resort & Casino. Spokane is an eco-friendly destination with a focus on sustainability in everything from rural parks to urban restaurants. To help you find the best camper rental, we have selected what we consider the best RV rental agencies servicing Spokane. 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 much more spacious vehicles accommodating larger groups. Booking an RV through a company like Outdoorsy is often more affordable than other rental agencies. When we searched for RVs in Spokane, 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.

As an off-the-radar camping destination, Spokane’s search turned up only a few Class A RVs, including a luxurious 2014 Thor Hurricane, which comes with 100 free miles per day. This 27 ft. motorhome includes a fully stocked kitchen plus linens and towels, indoor and outdoor showers, and a tow hitch. The unit sleeps 9 and rents for $225 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 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 converted camper van that sleeps 2 and offers a lot of convenience in a small package. This apartment on wheels nicknamed Jungle Kitty allows adventure seekers to go anywhere a car can for $111 plus fees and insurance per night. This unit is pet friendly, too.

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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 Spokane, RVshare offers more than 100 connections. The website offers a variety of tips, helpful articles, and destination guides specifically for travel by recreational vehicle. When we searched for RVs in Spokane, the results showed options available for pick-up across the area from Class A drivables to junior sized travel trailers.

For the families who want to travel in luxury, a 29 ft. Class A Thor ACE is the answer. This rig sleeps 6 and is perfect for a family who want to enjoy a camping experience, but do not want to drive. Delivery and setup is available within 50 miles for a fee plus $258 per night plus taxes. Pick up is free and cruisers can be on their way equipped with blankets, pillows, toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags, cooking pots/pans, utensils, plates, salt and pepper, and so on. Solo travelers can relax inside a Riverside RV Retro 509 Jr. travel trailer, which is easy to maneuver at only 13 ft. and rents for $59 per night plus taxes and fees.

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Wandervans is a west coast company offering converted van rentals in Spokane, Washington and six other states. These adventure wagons are perfect for individuals and couples looking to explore National Parks, music festivals, or just get their feet wet in the camping world.

Wandervans come in three sizes, small, medium, and large. Not sure about the size you need, Wandervans has an online quiz. But here is a breakdown. The small campervan sleeps 2 in a queen bed inside a modified 12-person van. Curtains add privacy to an interior height of 4 ft. 4 in. and length of 19 ft. There is a bench for seating, a mini-fridge, and a sink. The medium campervan is a bit taller with interior height of 5 ft. 9 in. It also sleeps 2 and includes a layout similar to the small with increased headroom. The interior of the large allows for standing with a 6 ft. 6 in. height and a bit more space with a length of 22 ft. This unit sleeps 4 with a double tier queen mattress. The interior offers optional seats in addition to a bench, mini-fridge, and sink. Prices range from $117 to $140 per day plus prep fee, protection package, and tax.

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