Territory Supply is reader-supported and may earn a commission when you book or purchase using our links. Learn more about our editorial policies here.
Las Vegas is one of America’s top travel destinations, but, for some travelers, the appeal doesn’t lie in the ritzy hotels or the casino resorts, or the bustling Las Vegas Strip.
Instead, Las Vegas is an easily accessible (and, often, affordably accessible) destination, with budget-friendly flights coming in from all over the country and world and, once you’re there, you’re in a prime location to get out of the city and see the natural sites within just a short drive. Across four states, there are more than a dozen national parks reachable within a day’s drive of Vegas, from the Grand Canyon to Death Valley.
So, next time you’re planning an outdoor adventure vacay, consider going to Vegas…and then leaving Vegas. Renting a campervan for your trip makes it easy, even if you do want to stay a few days in Vegas at the start or end of your trip. Whenever you’re ready to hit the road, just grab your rental and go. Here are the top 10 Vegas campervan rentals to consider.
1. Outdoorsy 2018 Roadtrek RS E-Trek Overland Van
Why you should rent: Plenty of space for a group of friends — if you take advantage of the optional trailer.
This 2018 Roadtrek RS E-Trek Overland Van from Outdoorsy can take you far, far from the city — as in, totally off the grid. With off-road capabilities and solar panels, you just need to stock up on water and hit the road. There are tons of remote camping sites within easy driving distance of Vegas and loads of natural parks and other scenic spots to see.
The van is built for two, but you can add an off-road trailer that provides even more sleeping space, so you can fit four adults total. It’s the perfect fit for a group of friends who want to see Vegas for part of their visit and then head off into the desert for the rest of their vacay.
One of the best parts? Not all camper vans come equipped with a bathroom and shower, but this one does — so you can stay squeaky-clean no matter where your adventures take you.Check Availability
2. Escape Campervans
Why you should rent: The best campervan for a road trip with no backtracking.
We get it. A lot of the camper van rental sites require you to rent from an individual or small operation, and sometimes that’s just not what you want to do if you’ve never driven a camper van before or you don’t know the first thing about camper van safety and use. You might rather prefer to be sent off on the road knowing a professional has your back. With Escape Campervans, that’s what you get. This national company has locations all over the country and can support you when you need it most.
The best part? Since Escape Campervans has all of those extra rental locations, you’re not stuck in Vegas. If you want to pick up your camper van there and then drive to another Escape Campervan location, on a little road trip, you can! Los Angeles, San Francisco or Phoenix — wherever you want to go, just hop in and drive.Check Availability
3. Outdoorsy Luxury Dodge ProMaster CamperVan
Why you should rent: An adventure-worthy campervan with some definite luxe appeal.
Some camper vans can be a little bare, and that’s okay, especially since, often, camper vans are used as just a nice spot to stay when you’re out adventuring, hiking or sightseeing in the great outdoors. You don’t necessarily need something super-nice, if you’re going to be tracking dirt and mud inside, on your hiking boots.
But, if you are looking for something a little more luxurious, with more of an Instagram-worthy feel, you’ve found it. This luxury Dodge ProMaster Campervan is so stylish that it looks like it could be on an episode of your favorite HGTV show. Think butcher block countertops, recessed lighting in the wood-paneled ceiling, a banquette with sleek, leather-covered booths. The only thing that’s going to be prettier, is the view.Check Availability
4. Outdoorsy 2021 Las Vegas Winnebago Solis PX
Why you should rent: A great Vegas campervan rental that’s ideal for families.
If you’re traveling with the family, your camper van rental needs are going to be different from those of a traveling group of friends. Luckily, this Winnebago Solis PX has you covered on all fronts. It features four seats in the front of the vehicle, with two that swivel around so you can all face a removable table.
A bathroom makes it easy to travel even with small kids who can’t quite wait until you reach the campground bathhouse. The kitchenette is outfitted with a sink, stove and refrigerator. A pop-top provides access to one extra sleeping space so the kids can have their spot up top, while the parents can sleep on the bed in the rear of the van.Check Availability
5. Travellers Autobarn
Why you should rent: International service for international travelers.
If you’re an international traveler coming to the United States for one of your first visits, or one of your first campervan trips, you may be a little hesitant. After all, camping in a foreign locale can be intimidating, especially when you’re not sure on the rules and standards.
If you’ve camped in your home country and want a similar experience in the U.S., work with an international company with offices in Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom. Travellers Autobarn is an Australian-based camper van rental provider that can give you the lowdown, from one international traveler to another.Check Availability
6. Outdoorsy Jackie Revel 4×4 Off-Grid Camper Van
Why you should rent: Go off the grid but keep your creature comforts.
This 2021 Winnebago Revel named Jackie allows you to go adventuring without worrying about where the road takes you, but doesn’t force you to leave behind your luxury, just because you want to head off into the wilderness. With a lithium system that powers your electricity, an air conditioner and heater, you’ll stay comfy no matter where you are. There are both water and waste tanks. And there’s even room for four people to sleep.
While you’re enjoying all this convenience, you’ll also enjoy a sleek kitchenette and dining area, roomy beds, lots of storage space and even an awning that you can extend off the side of the van for extra shade whenever you’re parked.Check Availability
7. Native Campervans
Why you should rent: Convenience and multiple options.
Native Campervans is one of the bigger camper van rental providers, with locations in Denver, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. You can choose to drive between the destinations, or just stick around in the Vegas area. Choose from three different styles of camper van when you rent in Las Vegas, including a smaller option that sleeps two and a high-capacity option that sleeps four.
These camper vans are a little more on the plain side, but they get the job done and you get the convenience of working with a larger company, with multiple locations and multiple options to fit your specific camping needs.Check Availability
8. Moterra Campervans
Why you should rent: Awesome campervans for hesitant drivers.
Moterra Campervans operates throughout the Southwest and California. There are three types of camper vans to choose from with this provider, sleeping either two or four travelers, but all of them are outfitted with extra-special features that make it easier for you to get to where you’re going — such as touch-screen navigation, backup cameras, lane assist technology, bluetooth audio and more. In other words, these camper vans were made for people who aren’t quite confident in their campervan driving skills.
Once you’re parked, you’ll enjoy the auxiliary battery power and custom solar system that keeps you in business no matter where you are.Check Availability
9. Outdoorsy “Vanna” 2019 Ford Transit
Why you should rent: A cozy cabin on wheels!
Vanna, a 2019 Ford Transit, is the ultimate in cozy, though she can still sleep three travelers. Designed with a cabin feel, it’s an ideal getaway for those who like the idea of staying in a mountain retreat, but who want a little more mobility.
With plaid bedding, wood accents, subway tile in the kitchen area and bright, bold cabinetry to store all your snacks and gear, everything’s there to make you feel at home — or maybe even better than if you were at home.Check Availability
10. Outdoorsy Fully-Stocked Panda Camper Van
Why you should rent: Everything you could need for your trip
Don’t want to do a lot of camping and gear shopping before your trip? We don’t blame you. That’s why you need Panda, a camper van that’s ready to go as soon as you pick her up. Literally, just about everything you need is included. Towels to linens, camping chairs to fairy lights, bluetooth speakers to soap, trash bags to toilet paper — it’s all there. Really, the most you’ll need to bring are your toiletries and clothes. Panda has you covered everywhere else.
The small camper van can sleep two people.Check Availability
Explore the Southwest
Get epic travel ideas delivered to your inbox with Weekend Wanderer, our newsletter inspiring thousands of readers every week.