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As in the rest of the US, free camping is only allowed in designated areas, which can include national parks, state parks, truck stops, or rest stops as well as certain parking lots with permission from the store manager.
Denver is home to multiple RV parks, which usually cost around $12–$40 (USD). Sites are available for all vehicle types, from travel trailers and truck campers to larger motorhomes.
Some popular choices in the Denver area include Indian Paintbrush Campground, Cherry Creek State Park Campground, and Flying Saucer RV Park.
All drivers must have a current and full driver’s license to rent a vehicle. Foreign licenses are generally acceptable if they are in English or accompanied by an accredited English translation, otherwise, an International Driving Permit is required.
In addition to your driver’s license, you will often be required to show your passport at the time of pick up.
This depends on the company. Several rental suppliers will allow you to travel to Canada in your rental vehicle, including Apollo, El Monte, Jucy, Campervan North America, Travellers Autobarn and Cruise America.
Please contact support for information on other suppliers. You must comply with visa and customs requirements at all times.
A stay at an RV park will usually cost around $25–$80 (USD) per night.
The cost of campgrounds has risen in recent years due to the popularity of RV vacations in the US.
The majority of campervan rental suppliers in the US do not offer unlimited miles as a standard rental inclusion.
In most cases, miles are capped at a daily rate and additional fees will be incurred if you exceed the limit. Additional miles can usually also be prepurchased in packages ranging from 100 miles up to unlimited, however, any remaining miles will not be refunded when the vehicle is returned.
Check our comparison tool for details.
A wide variety of campers are available in the US, from smaller station wagons up to large motorhomes. Some of the common types include:
Class A motorhomes are built on either a vehicle chassis, commercial truck chassis, or a commercial bus chassis, and run on either diesel or gas, depending on the type of engine.
Usually, Class A vehicles are fully loaded with all amenities and a large living space.
Some class B vehicles may include a toilet or freshwater tanks but not always. Class B vehicles usually have basic cooking equipment, folding beds, and limited storage space.
Class B vehicles are great for short term getaways.
Class C vehicles are a smaller version of the Class A motorhome. They are built on a truck or van cutaway chassis and operate on a gas-powered engine.
The Class C motorhome generally has sleeping quarters above the cab and more sleeping space in the back. Some Class Cs also have a slide-out option that helps increase the living space when the motorhome is parked.
Class C vehicles come equipped with a good amount of facilities including a self-contained toilet, refrigerator, heating or AC and cooking facilities.
Class C vehicles are very versatile and are great for both short or long term getaways.
Our comparison tool will show you the specifications of each vehicle available to ensure you find a camper suitable for your needs.
Generally, no. Most RV suppliers restrict travel into Mexico for RVs rented in the US. El Monte is the only exception to this, however, additional insurance is required.
Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.