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Renting a large RV for your next vacation will allow you to enjoy the spaciousness and comforts of home. You will especially enjoy some of the largest RVs if you are traveling in a large group or with a big family. We have a 35-foot travel trailer but you can find even larger rigs to rent. However, if you are traveling with many people, it is important to include enough beds and seat belts.

The largest RVs for rent are frequently luxury class A motorhomes, travel trailers or fifth wheels. The length of large RVs varies from 35 to 45 feet and sleep 10-12 people. Some large RVs even sleep up to 14 people. The average rental rate is $205 a night and varies from $90 to $450 a night.

There are multiple types of large RVs available for rent. These include both drivable RVs and those that you tow with a separate vehicle. The most common type of large drivable RV is the Class A motorhome, which can be either gas or diesel-powered. These are the rigs that look like a bus for superstars.

The largest towable RV is the fifth wheel trailer. This type of rig is towed with a u-shaped attachment in the bed of a truck. A bumper pull on the other hand is towed with a standard hitch on the bumper. Either way, you will likely need a 3/4 ton truck or more to tow a large trailer.

Some large RVs also have space for you to take along motorcycles and other large sporting gear. These specialized rigs are called toy haulers, and they are available in both drivable and towable versions.

Large RVs, especially Class A diesel motorhomes, are frequently considered luxury rentals, and with good reason. The larger RVs can not only offer the most space but the most homelike amenities.

Many of the larger rigs have “slideout” sections to expand their space when not in motion, a feature that has its advantages and disadvantages.

BTW – do you know all the different types of RVs and which is the best for you to rent? Would you rather a motorhome or travel trailer? Read more on the blog at Choosing the Right RV for your Vacation.

There are many sources for finding big rental RVs. But RVShare and Outdoorsy, the two major Airbnb-like rental platforms, can offer the biggest selection of large RVs at the best prices. Below are a few examples of the largest RVs you can rent.

Examples of Large RVs to Rent

Description of RVSleepsCost per night
2017 Winnebago Class C motorhome (36 ft)11$185
2019 Thor Motor Coach Aria 4000 (40 ft)10$450
2020 Thor Outlaw 38mb (39 ft)11$199
2019 Thor Windstorm 34J (36 ft)10$279
2015 Dutchman 2180 BHS (32 ft)10$90
Cruise America Motorhome (30 ft)7$275
2016 Chapperal fifth-wheel trailer (39 ft)8$130
Jayco JayFlgiht 32BHDS travel trailer (36 ft)14$189
2018 North Trail 32buds (37 ft)11$98
Examples of Large RVs to rent with length, number of people it sleeps and cost per night

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    “Winnie for the Family”

    This 2017 Winnebago Class C motorhome is very generously spaced for its length. It sleeps up to eleven people in six beds and has a slide-out kitchen. Other amenities include three interior flat-screen TVs, plus one exterior TV. This RV rents for $185 per night, and delivery is available if you don’t want to risk driving a large motorhome.

    2019 Thor Motor Coach Aria 4000


    Visit Yellowstone in style. The owners say that you can ” Treat yourself and your family to a first class life experience with style and adventure in mind. You will absolutely love this coach!” This coach is premium luxury with 2 full bathrooms and 6 total beds. You can sleep up to 10 people in this 40-foot coach with 2 slides. However, there are seatbelts for 8 people so keep this in mind for your large group.

    Jayco JayFlgiht 32BHDS

    You could enjoy the Tetons with up to 14 people in “The Beast” This 36-foot travel trailer sleeps up to 14 people on 8 separate beds. This travel trailer features 3 slides and 3 sets of bunk beds. This rig can even be set up and ready to camp when you arrive at West Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Forest.

    2020 Thor Outlaw 38mb

    This 39-foot class A motorhome is perfect for a multigenerational family trip to Colorado. There are two slides, one of them is a 28-foot full wall slide and the other is for master bed. It even features an outdoor porch that can be a garage for extra toys. You can see the walkthrough for yourself at the video below

    2019 Thor Windstorm 34J

    This Class A motorhome comfortably sleeps eight to ten people and is described as having “more storage available than you’ll know what to do with.” Sleeping accommodations include a king bedroom, over-the cockpit queen bed, bunks, and a convertible dinette and couch. Other features including a foldout section and a full kitchen, plus an outside kitchen area. The slide out is the length of the motorhome.

    2015 Dutchman 2180 BHS

    This travel comfortably sleeps ten, and its sleeping accommodations include a private sliding-door bedroom. The living area uniquely features a skylight with a shade, and the RV’s full bath even includes a tub. To accommodate all your water needs, the RV also features two 30-gallon tanks to cut down on the need for refilling. Rental for campground sites preferred—contact owners for details.

    Cruise America C30 Motorhome

    This motorhome is the largest available from Cruise America. Featuring a traditional motorhome layout with “walk through convenience.” Floor plans may vary, but this vehicle contains all the expected amenities of a motorhome. These include a gas cooktop, microwave, shower, and freshwater toilet. Rental prices are based on Class A rates for this vehicle.

    Tour of large RV rental by Cruise America
    • Type of RV—Class A motorhome.
    • Length—30’
    • Sleeps—7 people.
    • Rental Rate–$175-275 per night.
    • Available at Cruise America

    2016 39’ Chapperal fifth-wheel trailer

    This RV features mid-bunkhouse style accommodations that sleep eight, with plenty of bunk space for kids. This RV has many other amenities ranging from two flat screens TV to plenty of counter space. This RV has a delivery radius of 120 miles, that can be further negotiated. Free setup and delivery available for trips running a week or longer. Described as pet friendly, with “furry co-pilots welcome.”

    2015 Grand Design Solitude

    This fifth-wheel trailer measures in at 39 feet, but for a vehicle its size, it sleeps only four. Still, if you prefer more room for fewer people, this vehicle includes extra storage space. Its luxury furnishings include a 60-inch TV, dining table, and indoor and outdoor showers. This RV is deliverable within a 60-mile radius.

    2017 Heartland Torque Toy Hauler

    This is an example of the distinctive “toy hauler” type of RV—so called because it includes a separate compartment for bringing along your motorcycles and other “toys.” But there is also plenty of room for seven passengers. This RV is described as pet-friendly and it is also accessible “because the outdoors should be accessible to all.” And even as a high-end RV with many amenities, it rents for a mere $140 per night.

    2018 North Trail 32buds

    This travel trailer is described as lightweight for its size and sleeps up to eleven people “with everyone having a bed to sleep on.” Its many other amenities range from indoor and outdoor TVs to an outdoor shower. The owners also stock it for each rental with all sorts of supplies— you need only bring your own food, clothes, toiletries, and personal items. Delivery offered up to 250 miles.

    Conclusion

    These are just a few examples of the largest RVs available for rent on Outdoorsy, RVShare, and other sites. If space and all the comforts of home are important to you for your next trip, a large RV may be for you. Although their space and amenities can be desirable for any length trip, they may be most useful if your trip involves staying in one place for a while. But if you choose the right RV and are prepared for the challenges of driving it, you can expect an enjoyable and memorable trip.

    Read More about choosing the right RV for your next trip here on the blog

    WAIT – before you reserve and pay for your RV make sure you read our list of must ask questions. You will want to know about the size of the RV, the insurance, extra fees and more.

    So make sure you read our full list of 17 questions to ask before renting an RV.

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