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If you've always loved vintage/retro everything, then this Airstream camper is for you! Channeling...
Discounts for 7+ nights.


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.

2019 ALANTE 31R

Imagine driving down the road in comfort and styling where ever you like...
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.


There is something for everyone in this XL Transcend travel trailer....
Discounts for 7+ nights.

2021 ZINGER 290KB

Pack your bags and load up the kids for a family vacation with this new and luxurious travel trailer...
Discounts for 7+ nights.
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Start Your RV Rental Adventure in Vancouver, WA

Vancouver, WA may not be first on your bucket list of RV rental hot spots, but, this bustling city just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, is bristling with history and has its own unique vibe that might make it the perfect place for an RV rental from Northwest Adventure Rentals. All of our units come fully stocked with all the essentials, so if you’re looking for convenient and hassle-free RV rentals in Clark County, you’ve come to the right place! You’ll have the best RV rental Vancouver WA vacation when you rent with us.

Downtown Vancouver is a pleasant mix of quaint, historic buildings along with more modern districts that have a more hip, cultured feel. Drive your RV rental away from downtown Vancouver, and you’ll find delightful vacation attractions in every direction. You will definitely not want to miss the historic Fort Vancouver and surrounding parkland with a nearby small airport to watch propeller planes taking off and landing. And for some water sports or just a picnic on the beach, take your RV rental to Battle Ground Lake State Park or one of the many other nearby lakes and parks. So, once you’re done enjoying the historic but hip downtown Vancouver, take your RV rental north, south, east or west to some of our favorite RV destinations!

Exploring Vancouver


Discovering Fort Vancouver in Your RV Rental

Located on the eastern edge of the city of Vancouver is one of the most iconic places in the city, Fort Vancouver. Built in the 19th century as a fur trading post it grew into a lot more over the years. Today it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vancouver, WA, as well as an important part of Vancouver’s history. All around Fort Vancouver you will find remnants of the past, such as animal pelts, small cannons and ancient buildings. You can even explore the living quarters of influential people from those times and learn more about how they lived and worked. All around are signs that tell stories about past times in the Vancouver area, and what life was like back then. While there you can check out the U.S. Army’s Vancouver Barracks, or the Pearson Air Museum. These places provide the clearest picture of what it was like as a military operation.

There are many interesting things to explore at Fort Vancouver. You can watch a blacksmith at work the way it would have been in the 1800’s, or you can experience food from a 19th century kitchen. Also you could visit the Fort Vancouver village, the Japanese Castaways Memorial, and the Fort Vancouver Garden. Each of these sites gives you a vivid glimpse into Vancouver life in another time.

Fort Vancouver is not only in Vancouver, it also extends across the state line into Oregon City where you can explore the house of John McLoughlin, the founder of Fort Vancouver. It’s a massive two story house that was added as a site to Fort Vancouver in 2003. For several years there was a dispute between those who wanted to demolish it and those who wanted to preserve it. Eventually those who wanted it preserved won, and it as well as another house from the same era were rebuilt.

If you have kids there are multiple fields, playgrounds, and picnic sites available. If you are into birds, there are great bird watching oppurtunities, and for more physically active people, there are many hiking, dog walking, and biking trails around Fort Vancouver. No matter how old you are or what your interests are you will no doubt find something of enjoyment for you at Fort Vancouver. Since Fort Vancouver is now a National Park there are now camps nearby where you can stay in your RV rental.

RV Rental Day Trips from Vancouver, WA


Crater Lake National Park

Once you’ve had your fill of Vancouver history, there are plenty of amazing natural sites to explore in your RV rental, such as Crater Lake National Park. A sleeping volcano with a massive lake right in the middle of it might seem impossible, but that is what you’ll find in Crater Lake. A beautiful five-hour drive from Vancouver, WA in your comfortable RV rental will land you at this stunningly beautiful lake. There is even a ferry to take you to Wizard Island out in the middle of the lake, and when you’ve had your fill of the lake, this National Park offers many hiking trails and scenic vistas to enjoy. Along these trails are beautiful wildflowers, great opportunities for photography and a chance to see some wildlife. On certain nights you even have a chance to see our galaxy like never before. Crater Lake is a National park with camps nearby where you can stay in your RV rental.

Astoria, OR

Or perhaps you’re in the mood for some salty ocean air? If so, consider the two-hour drive to Astoria, OR, right on the Columbia River Delta, and just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean You can’t miss the Astoria Column on the edge of this charming town, a 125 foot tall tower that was built on the site of the first permanent American settlement west of the Rockies. It has a spiral staircase inside that leads to a viewing deck at the top, and once you get there, oh, the views you will see! From the top of this tower you can see the whole town of Astoria, the Pacific Ocean, the Columbia river, and the surrounding forests, views that are definitely worth the climb! This is an amazing opportunity for photography and history. Once you have finished exploring this fun town, the sandy beaches of the Pacific Ocean are only a half hour drive in your RV rental.


With all these attractions in Oregon, it is well worth it to pass through Vancouver, WA and rent an RV from Northwest Adventure Rentals.

RV Rental Traveling Tricks

Jumping in an RV rental and heading out on a vacation or camping trip is a wonderful experience for all, and there are a few tips and tricks that will make this experience as pleasant and hassle-free as it can possibly be. Here are a few of our favorite RV rental tips that will make your camping trip a rousing success for everyone involved.

Wet blue jeans hanging on clothing line

Wet Clothes

Rather than hang towels and wet clothes in the RV, set up a clothesline outside between two trees, and use this to dry off wet bathing suits and towels. If you are running low on clean clothes, consider hand-washing in your RV rental sink and hanging these on the line as well.

Keeping Your RV Clean

When you’re out camping, dirt is bound to happen, but that’s half the fun! One thing you can do to cut down on muddy floors, though, is to create a second place outside of the trailer to wash hands. In most campgrounds there’s a water spigot where you can place soap and a towel to use as your second wash station. Or you might even set up a table near the outside shower on your RV rental, and designate that as the washing station. Another idea is to set up a place outside of your RV rental for people to place their shoes when they take them off before entering.


Creative Storage

The cupboards in your RV rental aren’t going to be as spacious as your home, so you have to find ways of fitting a lot of stuff into a small space. Collapsible laundry hampers are a great way to store extra supplies. You can also bring suction-cup caddies to attach to your RV rental walls to store toiletries, spices, etc.

These are just a few tips that can improve your experience on your RV rental vacation. So if you’re about to head out in an RV rental, consider implementing these to help you to make a memorable and enjoyable adventure.

RV Parks in and near Vancouver, WA

Trails and Parks in and near Vancouver

  • Waterfront Renaissance Trail – Vancouver, WA
  • Salmon Creek Park – Vancouver, WA
  • David Douglas Park – Vancouver, WA
  • Raymond E. Shaffer Community Park – Vancouver, WA
  • Moulton Falls Regional Park – Yacolt, WA

  • Latourell Falls – Portland, OR

  • Lacamas Creek Trail – Camas, WA

  • Devils Rest Trail – Corbett, OR
  • Hidden Falls Nature Park – Happy Valley, OR
  • Glendoveer Fitness Trail – Portland, OR
  • Hogan Butte Nature Park – Gresham, OR
  • Wildwood Trail – Portland, OR

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 Vancouver 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!