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Top 10 RV Rentals in Austin, Texas

Looking for the best RV rentals in Austin, TX? We’ve got you covered!

We may be slightly biased when it comes to the RV rentals Austin has to offer. Why? Because this is where we live and where I (Julie) grew up. There is so much to do in this part of Texas and many amazing places to take your RV. 

From enjoying the city life of Austin, to the incredible swimming holes and lakes within half an hour drive of the city; you can have the best of both the city and the country when you RV in Austin, Texas.

Speaking of things to do in Austin, after you check out the following RV rentals, keep reading for things to do once you arrive in this destination. Or use the Table of Contents to jump to where you want to go.

10 RV Rentals in Austin, TX Worth Checking Out

One question you might have is who to rent an RV from? Our company of choice is Outdoorsy. Why? Because we’ve met the Outdoorsy team personally and know they’re the real deal.

You’ll be well taken care of, as they put safety as their top priority. They provide industry-leading insurance protection, 24/7 roadside assistance, a dedicated support team and more.

If you’re looking for something easy to navigate and low-key, the following Campervan rentals in Austin might be the perfect choice for you.

1. 1984 Volkswagen Westfalia

About this campervan:

  • Sleeps 4
  • This all-inclusive camper has everything you need for an unforgettable excursion
  • Fully functioning: Refrigerator – Stove – Sink – Sleep & Sitting Areas
  • Easy to drive, easy to set up, easy to camp!

Take a peek inside this beauty:

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2. “VANilla” Minivan Camper

About this minivan camper:

  • Sleeps 4 – 2 inside the van on the brand new trifold memory foam mattress, very comfortable and 2 in the rooftop tent
  • Has a leather rear bench that seats 3 with seatbelts when in driving mode, and 2 in the front leather captains seats.
  • Features a fully contained kitchen setup in the back with an icy cold brand new YETI cooler to use, a single propane burner, 2 gallon water jug with sink basin & more

Take a peek inside:

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3. Custom Sprinter – Offgrid luxury 

About this campervan:

  • Sleeps 5
  • The owner can provide Texas travel itineraries that include BBQ, swimmin’ holes, rope swings, dance halls, breweries/wineries/distilleries
  • Easy to drive custom Sprinter van that is fully equipped for off grid camping (fully solar powered)
  • Comes with Helinox camp chairs, a hammock, towels, Tempurpedic mattress pad, bedding + pillows, Fellow coffee maker + 2 coffee cups, 4 stainless steel cups and induction cookware

Take a peek inside:

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4. “JERRY” Minivan Camper

About this minivan camper:

  • Sleeps 4 – 2 inside the van on the 3″ trifold foam mattress, very comfortable and 2 in the rooftop tent
  • Includes a fully contained kitchen set up in the back with an icy cold brand new YETI cooler to use, a single propane burner, 2-gallon water jug with sink basin & more
  • This minivan is ready and waiting for adventure!

Take a peek at the kitchen setup:

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If you’d like something small that can go just about anywhere, this cute little teardrop camper might be exactly what you’re looking for.

5. Custom Made Teardrop: Sunny Day

About this camper:

  • Sleeps 2
  • Custom made of wood + steel top
  • Features a full-size bed and the back opens up and has a little bar and sink
  • It’s equipped with air conditioning, a portable toilet with a pop-up shelter for privacy

Take a peek inside:

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If you’d like something with a little more room, check out these Austin travel trailer rentals. Some owners will deliver to the campground for you and help you get set up for an extra fee. 

6. 2017 Riverside Rv Retro 189R

About this travel trailer rental:

  • Sleeps 3
  • This model features all of the amenities that you would expect and more!
  • Features a queen bed and a dinette that converts into another sleeping area
  • Comes with a custom grill that mounts on the rear bumper and uses the retro’s propane system

Take a peek at the retro decor:

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7. 2018 Forest River Wildwood X-Lite

About this travel trailer:

  • Sleeps 5
  • This trailer is small enough to be towed by nearly any mid-sized SUV
  • Features bunk beds in back for the kids, a queen sleeper up front

Take a peek at the floor plan:

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8. 2019 Winnebago Minnie

About this travel trailer:

  • Sleeps 4
  • True queen size murphy bed with upgraded mattress
  • Large bathroom with shower, vanity, and closet
  • Adjustable heavy duty trailer hitch and ball included

Take a peek inside the bedroom:

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Check out this Airstream rental in Austin. We’ve toured one of these and they are incredible!

9. 2019 Airstream Sport (Lil’Beasty)

About this Airstream rental:

  • Sleeps 3
  • Bed in back good for two adults (a little smaller than a queen)
  • Shower toilet combo, two burner stove, microwave, tv, stereo/dvd player, fridge
  • Can be towed with a suv, 2800lbs dry, 3800 fully loaded

Take a peek at the kitchen:

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If you’d like to experience a drivable, check out this motorhome rental in Austin.

10. 2018 Tiffin Motorhomes Wayfarer

About this motorhome rental:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Two beds in back that convert into a large king
  • Kitchen set and linens included

Take a peek inside:

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Things to do on Your Austin, TX RV Trip

Enjoying the Texas hill country in an RV is the way to go. From city life and water activities to the country and even a winery or two, here are a few things to do on your Austin, TX RV trip.

1. View the Congress Bridge Bats

Watch as 1.5 million bats fly out from the bridge at sunset. It’s a crazy sight to see and one you can’t miss before you leave.

There are several ways to view the bridge and see the bats:

  • You can stand on the bridge
  • Go on Live Love Paddle’s bat watching tour
  • Go on a Lone Star Riverboats Bat Watching Tours
  • Go on a  Capital Cruises Bat Watching Tours

2. Snap Some Mural Pictures

Austin, TX is known for its murals all around the downtown area. From the ‘I Love You So Much’ mural at Jo’s Coffee on Congress Ave. to the ‘Greetings from Austin’ mural on South 1st, there are plenty to choose from.

Check out my friend Jane’s post on the 24 most popular Instagram murals in Austin here

3. Go Paddleboarding on Lady Bird Lake

See the sights of the city via a paddleboard or kayak. There are several companies to rent from including Live Love Paddle and Epic SUP.

4. Eat Tex-Mex at Guero’s

This is a tourist destination you’ll find that both locals and tourists love to visit. It’s also a popular spot for celebs visiting the city to pop into for lunch or dinner, although I’ve yet to see one!

Guero’s serves up delicious Tex-Mex and is one of the oldest establishments on South Congress still open. Be sure to come for happy hour and enjoy live music on the patio.

5. Go on an Austin Wine Tour

If wine is your thing (It’s my thing for sure) then book your spot on an Austin Wine Tour. They tour two main trails which take you out of the city and into the beautiful Texas hill country: Dripping Springs and Fredericksburg.

The Dripping Springs wine tour is only 35 minutes outside of Austin and features nine wineries along the way. You can ride along in a limo, party bus, private van, sedan or SUV while you enjoy the scenery and sip wine is the way to go!

6. Lake Travis Zipline Adventures

For the adrenaline junkies, a trip on the Lake Travis Zipline is for you. 

It’s the longest and fastest zipline in Texas. Your adventure includes the necessary equipment needed, boat transportation, water, and a light trail snack.

7. Go Swimming in Hamilton Pool

A short 20-minute drive from the city, Hamilton Pool is Austin’s historic swimming hole complete with a waterfall. Get there early though because it fills up very fast!

8. Hike Enchanted Rock

This 1.3-mile trail is considered moderate and is best to visit September – May when the temperatures are cooler. The drive from the heart of Austin is around 1 hour and 40 minutes.

9. Go Swimming in Barton Springs Pool

This three-acre pool is fed from underground springs and has an average temperature of 68 degrees – perfect for those hot Austin summer days. It does cost to get in, with ticket prices different for residents and non-residents.

Visit here for operating hours, ticket prices and more information.

10. Walk Mount Bonnell for Sunset

A walk up Mount Bonnell is free and a prime viewing spot for the sunset. You get a beautiful view of the water, downtown Austin, and the Pennybacker Bridge (also known as the 360 bridge).

There are curfew limits for visiting, which are 5 am – 10 pm.

We hope you have an amazing RV vacation in Austin, TX!

Are you looking to explore more fantastic RV destinations? Check out the following RV rentals and tips on what to do once you get there.

We’ve RV’d from coast to coast and love sharing where we explored and what we did while there.

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