Idaho RV Rental
Did you know that Idaho is one of the richest US states when it comes to forest coverage? 38% of the state is managed by the United States Forest Service, which is the most of any state.
This gives you an idea of what kind of natural riches may be waiting for you in Idaho, doesn’t it?
And what better way to explore all that beauty than in an RV!
Where To Rent An RV In Idaho?
Idaho has a decent number of RV dealers, and near major localities, you shouldn’t have issues with finding a place to rent an RV from.
In remote areas, you may have trouble finding a local dealer. However, you may be able to find a few RV owners willing to rent out their RVs!
The best places to check for RV owners’ listings are RVshare and Outdoorsy. A few hundred listings have been here as of early November 2019, and though most will again be around populous areas, you are more likely to find an RV at online directories if you are in a remote area.
RV Campgrounds & National Parks In Idaho
Idaho is home to many RV-friendly campgrounds, including:
- Teton Valley RV Park.
- Lost Moose Campground
- Bear Den RV Resort.
- Village of Trees RV Resort.
- Valley View RV Park.
- Trail Break RV Park & Campground.
- Hagerman RV Village.
- Ravenwood RV Resort.
- Country Corners RV Park.
- Snake River RV Park & Campground.
Idaho features a number of national parks as well – most notably, Yellowstone National Park. There also are plenty of RV-friendly state parks, including Massacre Rocks State Park or Bruneau Dunes.
Popular Tourist Attractions In Idaho
First of all, Idaho has a few museums you must visit, including the Idaho Potato Museum or the Idaho Museum of Mining covering the history of Western Expansion.
Idaho also boasts a number of theme parks with exciting rides and water activities. One example of such a park is Silverwood Theme Park, where you can hop onto a steam engine or enjoy the thrill of roller coasters.
Events In Idaho
Idaho’s concert venues frequently host major concerts throughout the year – in particular, consider checking out the Idaho Center Amphitheater in Nampa, the Colonial Theater in Idaho Falls, or the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheater in Pocatello.
And if you love sports events, then you’ll be glad to hear that Idaho is home to minor league baseball, football, and hockey teams.