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Renting an RV, Motorhome or Camper Van, in San Francisco is the perfect way to explore California. Kick off your road vacation with a great rental deal through USA RV Rentals.

At USA RV Rentals, we partner with the best and most highly regarded RV and Motorhome rental companies in San Francisco to bring together the lowest RV pricing and rental deals on one simple to use site.

This ensures that travellers can more easily compare vehicles, rental brands, features and pricing to make an informed selection when booking their RV vehicle.

In San Francisco our RV Rental partners include: Cruise America - North America’s largest RV operator, Escape Campervans, Lost Campers, Travellers Autobarn, Britz - a global RV provider, Road Bear, El Monte RV and Mighty.

The choice of vehicles is wide and includes Class A, B and C models covering top of the range RVs, motorhomes and smaller more budget focused campervans.

So what do these RV vehicles look when it comes to renting them in San Francisco?

  • Class A – includes the largest class of RVs. These comfortably fit up to 8 travellers and come equipped with life’s luxuries and separate sleeping, kitchen and living spaces, but at a cost of higher fuel consumption.
  • Class B – the smallest (just to be confusing) of the 3 classes. Based on an over-sized van these come with customised kitchens, living and bedroom space and enough interior height to stand in a combined bathroom. Great to drive and easy on the wallet when it comes to fuel.
  • Class C – the most popular and widely rented RV in San Francisco. This vehicle sits between Class A and Class B. Built in many cases with an over-cab sleeping area, the Class C sleeps from 2 through to 8 passengers. Whilst models vary the Class C RV comes perfectly equipped for families or couples on the road with separate living spaces and all the required amenities including kitchen and bathroom facilities. Easy to drive and won’t break the bank at the fuel bowser.

Frequently asked Questions on RV Rental in San Francisco


Where are the RV Rental depots in San Francisco located?

With the exception of Lost Campervans, RV rental depots in San Francisco are located across the bay from the city and Airport (see below). Catching an Uber or Lyft is the recommended way of getting there.



When can I pick up my RV rental in San Francisco?

Rental operators are generally open 8-5 Mon-Fri and on Saturday mornings. There are specific times when vehicles can be dropped off (mornings) and collected (afternoons). Exceptions to these times may be possible, so please check with our staff if you have specific requirements before booking. You should contact the depot to pre-book your your pick-up and drop-off times in advance of your arrival.

Can I pick up my RV on the day I fly into San Francisco?

No. For driving safety reasons, if arriving by air into SFO on an international or transcontinental flight you are required to overnight before collecting your vehicle.

How much does an RV cost to rent in San Francisco?

Prices fluctuate based on season, location, and availability similar to airline prices. In general, the earlier you book, the lower the price. In San Francisco during the peak summer season you can expect to pay between $75 and $150 per night for a small RV and $240 to $500 for a larger RV.

Can I drop off an RV rental collected from San Francisco at a different depot or state?

Yes, one way RV rentals are common practice. These are limited to locations where your chosen San Francisco RV rental provider has a drop-off location. One-Way fees will likely be charged.

What license do I need to rent a RV in San Francisco?

All our partners allow travellers holding a full and unrestricted car license to drive any of their vehicles, there are certain age restrictions. International visitors should obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP) from their home country as some RV operators and law enforcement agencies require visibility to both your license and an IDP.


Thank you for considering USA RV Rentals in your road vacation plans – we appreciate you have a choice when it comes to finding and booking that perfect RV and will always strive to provide you with the best service and best pricing.

Since 2002 USA RV Rentals has been helping travellers to explore California in a great RV rental out of San Francisco. Allow us help you find the best value deal on your next rental and get your Californian adventure off to an awesome start. For assistance, our Reservations team can be contacted via online chat, email or phone using the contact details at the top of this page.