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Here Are Some of Our Favorite Portland RV Rentals


You'll have room to do the things you love, like cooking great meals and relaxing on the theater sofa..
Discounts for 7+ nights.


This gorgeous and roomy coach will get you where you need to be both near and far..
Discounts for 7+ nights.

2021 BAY STAR 3014

Enjoy luxury at every turn in this gorgeous 30 foot Bay Star coach...
Discounts for 7+ nights.

2018 VISTA LX 35L

This is a beautiful top of the line Winnebago LX, and it's ready to satisfy your glamping needs...
Discounts for 7+ nights.


You will feel right at home while traveling down the road with this luxurious Mercedes Melbourne...
Discounts for 7+ nights.


This luxurious Mercedes Melbourne is the ultimate blend of ride quality, fuel economy and spaciousness...
Discounts for 7+ nights.


This rental offers plenty of cargo area for hauling your off-road toys or can be used to accommodate as wheelchair accessible...
Discounts for 7+ nights.

2020 RETRO 193

You will also enjoy the vintage style with a modern touch that makes this retro trailer so popular...
Discounts for 7+ nights.


Be among the first to rent this 2022 Chateau! With this motorhome, “There” is wherever you happen to be. ....
Discounts for 7+ nights.

2021 REDHAWK 31F

Set out to new destinations in this upscale 2021 Redhawk motor home that sleeps 10 people...
Discounts for 7+ nights.

Start Your RV Rental Adventure in Portland

Whether you want to explore Portland, OR or venture out into the countryside, an RV rental from NW Adventure Rentals is a great way to start! But since you’re picking up your RV rental in Portland, consider doing a little bit of both city and countryside! As the premier choice for RV rentals in Multnomah County, it’s easy to choose the best RV that suits your budget and vacation goals.

The city of Portland is known for a unique vibe all its own. With a theme of ‘Keep Portland Weird,’ you never know exactly what to expect, but you can always anticipate a rich and lively experience in any part of Portland. Fine dining, live music and shopping await you wherever you go. You certainly won’t want to miss the Farmer’s Market or the art district’s street fair for a splash of Portland culture. If you fancy a walk in a park, visit popular Cathedral Park, Washington Park or Mt. Tabor Park, built on top of a dormant volcano! Hiking, biking and birdwatching trails are abundant in this city on the banks of the Columbia River.

If you enjoy a glass of wine, you won’t want to miss tasting the Pinot Noir grown in the fertile wine region in nearby Willamette Valley. For you race car enthusiasts, the Portland International Raceway, home of the Grand Prix of Portland, is close by as well. And don’t forget about the ocean beaches, only two hours outside of Portland, or stunning Mt. Hood where you can picnic at the base or hike to the summit.

From kite-surfing to fishing to shopping, Portland, OR is a happening place full of beautiful sites, tasty food and lively experiences. And wherever you end up in Portland, your luxurious RV rental will be waiting for you at the end of a fantastic day.

Exploring Portland

Getting to Know the Coast near Portland, OR

Are you ready to leave the hustle and bustle of Portland behind? Perhaps catch a whiff of salt air and walk on a sandy beach? The historic town of Astoria, Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River is a beautiful two-hour drive away from Portland, and the perfect beginning to your coastal trip. The town is charming and quirky, with many fine restaurants, fun shops to explore and hikes to take. Don’t miss a climb up the Astoria Column for the view of a lifetime, or the historic trolley car ride along the Columbia River. 

Once you’re done exploring Astoria, you can follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, RV style, and visit the Lewis and Clark National Park. https://www.nps.gov/lewi/index.htm Definitely a worthwhile trip! Along the way, you’ll want to check out Fort Stevens campground and finally, those sandy beaches! The sweet coastal town of Seaside, Oregon is a short drive away as you wind your way down the coast and is a great place to stop and play.

Have you had enough fun in Seaside? Cannon Beach is only a bit further down the famous Hwy 101. Or, if you’re RVing there straight from Portland, it’s only an hour-and-a-half-hour drive away. Cannon Beach is unforgettable, with the huge Haystack Rock, sandy beaches and a charming downtown offering many fine restaurants, shops, and of course, you can’t forget the salt water taffy!

There are so many more beaches to explore, small towns to enjoy and adventures to be had as you continue along the coast in your RV rental! Nehalem Bay, Rockaway Beach, Tillamook and Pacific City are next in line. And these are all still in Northern Oregon, just a hop and a skip from Portland! And if you feel like venturing further yet, the dunes of southern Oregon are famous for dune-buggying and hiking. Whether you travel far or stay close, your RV rental will get you there in style and comfort!

Taking in Oregon’s Columbia Gorge

If you haven’t yet visited the Columbia Gorge, you are really missing out. Only 30 miles east of Portland and stretching along the river for 80 miles, with 4000 foot cliffs, you will find breath-taking vistas and plenty to do, especially from your RV rental.

A stop at the stunning Multnomah Falls, the most visited natural recreation site in the Pacific Northwest, is essential. With over two million visitors per year, you will want to make reservations ahead of time in the summer months. As soon as you arrive, you will quickly understand why so many people visit this jaw-dropping waterfall. And if you happen to be hungry, the Lodge offers a restaurant and snack bar.

Once you’ve gaped at the falls, you may be ready for some recreational exercise. With the tall cliffs framing the Columbia River on either side, the gorge is a natural wind tunnel that creates the perfect waves. Known as the windsurfing capital of the world, the gorge is the perfect place for both beginners and experts. There are many places that rent out boards for windsurfing, kite boarding and stand-up paddling. With pelicans and peregrine falcons flying overhead, it’s an experience you won’t want to miss!

Perhaps you’re more in the mood for a drive in your comfortable RV rental. There are so many places to see in the Columbia Gorge! The historic Columbia River Highway and the Hood River Valley Fruit Loop are both a good way to go. Farms galore will meet your eyes, with plenty of farm-fresh fruit and vegetable markets and restaurants to satisfy your taste buds. The major towns of Troutdale, Hood River and The Dalles will be sure to please with craft breweries, and as you drive east from Portland, you’ll find several dams, locks, fish hatcheries and museums to visit and shops to explore. And at the end of a fun-filled day of exploration, your RV rental awaits your leisure!

Why Rent an RV?

The question, why rent an RV, is somewhat akin to its sister question, why rent a house when you can own real estate? On the surface, it would seem that owning is always better than renting. But unlike real estate, there are a number of issues of owning an RV that you can avoid by simply renting.

When you own a house, you live in it, so of course there are no storage issues. But as more and more HOA communities are built with rules against storing your RV on your lot, many people have found themselves paying upwards of $200 a month, simply to store their RV away from their neighborhood. That adds up quickly!

There is also the issue of winterizing your RV, and de-winterizing in the spring. When you live in your own house, your heater is running during the cold months and hot water is flowing through your plumbing. But when you own an RV, you have to safeguard it against freezing pipes. And if a freeze comes early and you haven’t winterized yet, just like that you will have to replace faucets, pipes and potentially other leak issues.

Speaking of leaks, there is constant upkeep and maintenance on an RV. Sealing roofs and windows yearly, checking brake systems, sanitizing fresh-water systems, rinsing and flushing black and grey tanks, inspecting and packing bearings… and the list goes on. And with all of this maintenance comes depreciation. Unlike a house that you own, all your hard work will not bring you financial reward at the end of the day.

So consider taking an RV rental on your next trip. We have already done all the maintenance so you can have a hassle-free and relaxing vacation. And when you return your RV rental, you can leave it behind without a care, your mind filled with good memories!

RV Parks Near Portland

Campgrounds Near Portland

Promontory Park Campground, on the North Fork Reservoir of the Clackamas River. Perfect spot for your small RV rental. Great place to fish, hike and relax. 

Barton Park, on the Clackamas River. Boat, fishing, hiking and softball field at your fingertips! Offers hook-ups for your drivable or towable RV rental. 

Oxbow Regional Park, on the Sandy River. Sandy beaches, fishing, miles of hiking and a boat ramp too! No water or electricity available for your RV rental at this campground, but let us fill your water tank and throw in one of our rental generators, and you’ll never know the difference. 

Milo McIver State Park, on the Clackamas River. So much fun to be had at this beautiful campground, just 45 minutes from Portland! Fishing, boating and hiking along with a fish hatchery are just a sampling of the numerous ways to enjoy your stay. Numerous RV sites for your rental. 

Parks and Trails Near Portland

Forest Park Portland, WA
Woods Memorial Natural Area Portland, WA
Marquam Nature Park Portland, WA
Tryon State Park Portland, WA
Linnton Loop Hike Trailhead Portland, WA
Powell Butte Nature Park Portland, WA
Spring Water Trail Portland, WA
Audubon Society Portland, WA
Hoyt Arboretum Portland, WA

Frequently Asked Questions

NW Adventure Rentals is the premier RV rental agency in the Seattle area for the following reasons:

  • We offer late model, luxury rental RVs that are fully (and we mean FULLY) furnished.
  • Our rental units are sparkling clean, sanitized and meticulously maintained for your rental.
  • Your RV rental will not have advertising graphics all over it, you’re renting an RV, not a billboard!
  • We have skin in the game – unlike a private individual with one RV on one of those RV rental websites, we won’t change our mind and leave you stranded. We’ll make sure your rental vacation goes off without a hitch (unless you’re renting a trailer, then we’ll include the hitch!)

Our rental units come with the following equipment:

  • Cookware – pots and pans, cookie sheet, knife set, French press coffee maker, toaster, tea kettle
  • Kitchenware – utensils, dishes, measuring cups, cutting board, wine-bottle opener, oven mitts
  • Bedding, kitchen and bath towels, dish soap & sponge, Lysol & paper towels, broom & dust pan
  • Wheel chocks, sewer hose, fresh water hose, pressure regulator, electrical adapter
  • It’s all included, we did our best to think of everything you might need for your RV Rental adventure!

Absolutely! We wouldn’t want to leave Fido home, and neither should you. We only ask that your pet treat the RV with care, and that you take responsibility for any damage or cleanliness issues that may arise. But this is rarely a problem, and dogs love an RV rental adventure almost as much as you do.

At NW Adventure Rentals, the answer is… Great!! Did you know that most of our fleet is privately owned? Through our Leaseback Program, we will rent out your RV and share the rental revenue with you, the owner. We provide free storage, we’ll furnish the RV and insure it (our insurance covers you as well) and we’ll manage all maintenance needs. You get to use the RV whenever you want, and when you’re not using it, you’ll be earning money! Visit our Leaseback Section to learn more.

RV rentals and Travel Trailer rentals each have their distinct advantages. Renting an RV instead of a travel trailer is generally more maneuverable, and also does not require you to own a tow vehicle. You can pull into a rest area and use the kitchen or restroom without going outside, and kids can sit at the table with seatbelts and be entertained while you are driving. A travel trailer rental, on the other hand, offers the ability to park the trailer at your campsite and use the tow vehicle to get around more easily than a sometimes cumbersome RV.

Your RV Rental needs will vary depending on how many people you are bringing, and where you plan to go. If there are two people who plan to go skiing in the mountains, you might consider one of our smaller, all-wheel-drive campervan rentals. On the other hand, a long road-trip with four kids might call for renting a Class A motorhome with plenty of space. Remember, dinnertime and bedtime are when your RV rental will feel most crowded, and however large the motorhome feels when you pick it up, it is bound to shrink once everyone is milling about inside.

Many of our RV Rental customers fly to Portland from out of state. You can fly to Portland International Airport, or KPDX, and the best solution for most people is to use Uber or Lyft to get to our RV Rental facility from the airport. Your motorhome rental will be sparkling clean and eagerly waiting for you when you arrive!