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Rent an RV in the USA

When it comes to exploring the vast landscapes and diverse destinations of the United States, few travel experiences can match the freedom and adventure of traveling with a Class B or Class C RV. Whether you’re planning a cross-country family camping vacation, a romantic couple’s getaway to a vineyard, or a Pacific Coast surfing adventure with friends, roadsurfer camper van rentals in the USA provides an ideal option for experiencing the country’s natural wonders, iconic landmarks, and hidden gems. Rent a camper van in Los Angeles, and have the option for one-way rentals dropping off in either San Francisco or Las Vegas.

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Explore U.S. RV Rentals

New at roadsurfer
  • 5
  • 5

Family Freedom Class C RV

  • 325 hp gas engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Air conditioning, space heater, etc.
  • 4
  • 2+1

Couple Condo Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 280 hp gas engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Extra large wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Without pop-up roof
  • Auxiliary A/C, solar panel, and more
  • 4
  • 4

Liberty Lodge Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 280 hp gas engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Indoor shower/wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Auxiliary A/C, solar panel, and more
New at roadsurfer roadsurfer Horizon Hopper 4x4 off road RV
  • 4
  • 2

Horizon Hopper 4×4 Class B RV | Camper Van

  • 188 hp diesel engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Air conditioning, space heater, etc.

Please note that while roadsurfer RVs come with solar panels, the batteries are not equipped to last for prolonged periods without connecting to shore power. When using the AC, the battery can die in less than a day, causing a shutdown of all electrical componentry in the vehicle. Please take this into consideration when selecting your campsites and their amenities.

One-Way Rentals in the USA

In USA, our one-way camper van rental option enhances the flexibility of your journey. You won’t need to drive the entire way back, allowing you to travel without the constraint of time and explore more during your vacation. With unlimited miles, your freedom knows no bounds when you embark on a one-way road trip from Los Angeles, Las Vegas or San Francisco.

How to book your one-way rental with roadsurfer

During the booking process, you have the flexibility to select your desired pick-up and return location. You have the option to rent your RV or camper van from any of the following USA locations and return it to an alternate roadsurfer station in USA:

  • Los Angeles
  • Las Vegas
  • San Francisco

How much is the one-way rental fee?

A $449 one-time will be fee applied during the booking process.

Your USA Road Trip

Whether you’re cruising along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway, exploring the awe-inspiring National Parks, or immersing yourself in the vibrant city life, rent an RV in California and discover the region’s attractions. With your home on wheels, you’ll have the freedom to set your own pace, explore hidden gems like ghost towns or Native cliff dwellings, and create unforgettable memories as you navigate through stunning coastal vistas, famous towns like Hollywood and Venice, world-class wineries in Napa Valley and Sonoma County, and iconic landmarks like Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Parks. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable road trip that combines the joys of the open road with the beauty and diversity the USA has to offer.

Driving rules in the U.S.

Driving in the USA is a unique and exciting experience and a fantastic way to explore the country, but it’s important to familiarize yourself with some key aspects before you set off on your journey. Traffic laws and regulations may vary slightly from state to state but there are common rules that apply throughout the country:

  • You must have a valid driver’s license if you plan to drive anywhere in the USA.
  • At four-way intersections with stop signs, the rule is first come, first served. If the order is unclear, the driver to the right generally has the right of way.
  • Right turns on red lights are allowed unless otherwise stated in a “No right on red’ sign.
  • School buses must not be passed when stopping to let off students. Pay attention to the flashing lights and stop sign to avoid heavy fines.
  • Parking is not allowed in any red zones, and blue parking is only Accessible Parking which requires a special parking pass. White parking zones are for loading and unloading and may be used to pick up or drop off passengers. Keep an eye out for any colors painted on curbs, as well as no parking signs including specific day street sweeping, when looking for parking.

Camping in the U.S.

Camping in the USA offers a vast array of scenic locations, from National Parks and forests to coastal campgrounds or remote wilderness areas, providing nature enthusiasts with endless opportunities to immerse themselves in the great outdoors.

  • State Campgrounds: They tend to be a little cheaper, are usually spacious, and often include a picnic table and private fireplace. The sanitary facilities vary and are not always included, but often have potable water and toilets.
  • Private Campgrounds: Usually have water and electrical hookups, as well as internet access, but are more expensive than state campgrounds.
  • Wild or Dispersed Camping: Allows you to save a lot of money and spend the night in very special places in the middle of nature, but have little to no amenities. Many National Forests and BLM land allow dispersed camping with Leave No Trace practices and other region-specific guidelines. In some states, dispersed camping is illegal without a camping permit so it’s best to check your travel destination in advance.

Insider tip: The campgrounds in National and State Parks are beautiful and usually very popular, especially during high season, so you might need to book your campground months in advance.

Popular events & festivals in the U.S.

Immerse yourself in American culture by attending special events during your camper van or Class C RV adventure. Here’s an annual overview of some popular events and celebrations:

  • Sundance Film Festival (January): The largest independent film festival in the United States is held in Park City, Utah.
  • Mardi Gras (February): Mardi Gras is a lively carnival held in New Orleans, Louisiana, which attracts over a million visitors each year.
  • Coachella (April): The famous Indio music festival in California’s Coachella Valley draws music fans from around the world each year.
  • Independence Day (July): On the 4th of July, America celebrates this holiday with parades and large-scale fireworks. Special festivities and barbeques are held in many places.
  • Burning Man (August): For this festival, a temporary town is built each year in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada. The festival is known worldwide for its original costumes, its culture of giving, and its unique art.

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