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Hire a motorhome in Nevada

Nevada is a captivating blend of vibrant cityscapes and breathtaking natural beauty. Known as the “Road Trip Capital of the USA”, it’s no wonder that RV hire in Nevada is such a popular choice for travellers. With quirky towns, sweeping deserts and a reputation as an outdoor lover’s paradise, a campervan rental allows you to go beyond our station in Las Vegas and experience the Silver State in all its glory. Hire a campervan in Nevada and embark on your own epic journey through this storied state today.


Enjoy more freedom with one-way rentals!

Did you know that our motorhome rentals in North America can also be booked as a convenient one-way option? Save time and distance, while enjoying maximum flexibility to create even more unforgettable moments on your road trip adventure!

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motorhome driving along the road

roadsurfer motorhome & RV fleet in Nevada

Equipped with all the amenities you need for a comfortable US road trip, our modern RV rentals cater to families, solo travellers and couples alike. Hire an RV in Nevada today and enjoy hot showers, parking air-con, and unlimited mileage.

New at roadsurfer
  • 5
  • 5

Family Freedom Motorhome

  • 325 PS Petrol
  • Spacious kitchen
  • WC
  • Air conditioning, stationary heater, etc.
  • 4
  • 2+1

Couple Condo Motorhome without a pop-up roof (642)

  • 280 PS Petrol
  • Spacious kitchenette
  • Extra large wet room (hot water)
  • WC
  • without pop-up roof
  • Stand-alone air conditioner, solar panel and much more
  • 4
  • 4

Liberty Lodge Motorhome with pop-up roof (642)

  • 280 PS Petrol
  • Spacious kitchenette
  • Indoor shower/wet room (warm)
  • WC
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Stand-alone air conditioner, solar panel and much more
New at roadsurfer roadsurfer Horizon Hopper 4x4 off road RV
  • 4
  • 2

Horizon Hopper 4×4 Four-wheel motorhome

  • 188 hp diesel
  • Spacious kitchen
  • WC
  • Air conditioning, stationary heater, etc.

Your roadsurfer perks



Unlimited mileage


Free 2nd driver included


Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure


Roadside assistance


Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included


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One-way rentals in Nevada

Our one-way campervan rental option enhances the flexibility of your journey from Las Vegas. 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 Las Vegas, Nevada

How to book your one-way rental with roadsurfer

During the booking process, you have the flexibility to select your desired return location. If you rent your motorhome or campervan from Las Vegas, you have the option to return it to one of the following stations in the USA:

  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco

How much is the one-way rental fee?

A £399 one-time will be fee applied during the booking process.

Your road trip in Nevada

Nevada’s landscape is a stunning canvas of natural beauty peppered with cultural and historical landmarks. And with a motorhome or campervan rental, you have the freedom and flexibility to create your own itinerary! From the glittering lights of Las Vegas and the iconic Hoover Dam to the picturesque Lake Tahoe, the breathtaking Red Rock Canyon and the Valley of Fire State Park, there’s something for everyone in Nevada.

Driving in Nevada

As a traveller from the UK, driving your RV rental through Nevada offers an exciting yet markedly different experience. Here are a few key points to keep in mind.

  • Right side driving: You’ll be driving on the right side of the road in the US as opposed to the left side in the UK. The driver’s seat will also be on the left side of the vehicle.
  • Daytime headlights: Certain stretches of highway will require you to switch on your headlights during the day. Stay alert for signage indicating areas where daytime headlights are necessary and act accordingly.
  • Weather extremes: Monitor local weather conditions closely as Nevada has a dry desert climate. It gets extremely hot in summer, but winter can bring snow in mountain areas.
  • Night driving: Night driving in Nevada is generally safe, though the remote areas can be very dark with minimal street lighting, so feel free to make use of those high beams and remember to pull right over (or in a gas/petrol station) if you must stop while on the road.
  • Wildlife: Nevada is home to a variety of wildlife, from coyotes and rabbits to larger animals like deer and even vultures. These creatures sometimes venture onto the roads, particularly at dawn and dusk, so stay alert.

Camping in Nevada

Whether you’re a seasoned wild camper or prefer a full suite of facilities for your RV rental, Nevada has you covered.

  • Dispersed camping: Dispersed camping, which refers to camping in national forests outside of a designated campground, is available on most BLM (Bureau of Land Management) lands in Nevada for free. However, be sure to follow all regulations and guidelines while camping in these areas.
  • RV camping: Many campsites across Nevada cater specifically to RV travellers. They offer full hook-ups, dump stations and sometimes extra amenities such as Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and communal areas.
  • Respect the local area: Above all, it’s vital to respect the local area during your camping adventure. Stick to designated camping areas, keep noise to a minimum and always clean up after yourself to preserve Nevada’s beautiful landscapes.

Popular events & festivals in Nevada

  • Burning Man: A transformative art and music festival that takes place in the Black Rock Desert, Burning Man is renowned for its unique displays of creativity, radical self-expression and sense of community.
  • Reno Balloon Race: The largest free hot-air ballooning event in the world, the Reno Balloon Race offers an amazing spectacle as hundreds of brightly coloured balloons lift off into the early morning sky.
  • Las Vegas New Year’s Eve: Celebrate the arrival of the New Year amidst the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, with spectacular fireworks lighting up the iconic Strip.
  • National Finals Rodeo: Considered to be America’s ultimate rodeo event, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas is a premier championship spectacle and a thrilling showcase of cowboy and cowgirl skills.

Most beautiful places to visit in Nevada

  • Grand Canyon: While not located in the state, it’s definitely worth hiring an RV while in Nevada and visiting the Grand Canyon. This iconic natural landmark is just a short drive from Las Vegas and offers stunning views and myriad hiking opportunities.
  • Lake Tahoe: Nestled amidst the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe’s crystal-clear waters and surrounding hiking trails offer an idyllic retreat for nature lovers.
  • The Hoover Dam: This engineering marvel on the Colorado River serves not only as a significant source of power but also offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding desert landscape.
  • Valley of Fire State Park: Renowned for its striking red sandstone formations, the Valley of Fire State Park is a haven for photographers and hiking enthusiasts.
  • Red Rock Canyon: Just a short drive from Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon is a peaceful respite from the city’s fervour with tangerine-and-cream-coloured rocks that are a true sight to behold at sunrise and sunset.

When to visit Nevada

Nevada’s seasons are as diverse and exciting as the state itself. The sun-drenched summers, with temperatures often soaring above 40°C, are perfect for lounging by Las Vegas’ glamorous pools. Autumn brings cooler temperatures suitable for enjoying the Great Basin’s breathtaking autumn foliage. Renting an RV in Nevada in the winter? The mountain areas, particularly around Lake Tahoe, transform into snowy wonderlands with excellent skiing and snowboarding opportunities. As for spring, it’s a delightful season to witness the desert in bloom and explore the state’s outdoor treasures (without the intense summer heat).

Travel requirements for travelling to Nevada

Travelling to the United States from the UK? Make sure your passport is valid for the duration of your stay with at least six months validity beyond your planned travel dates. Also, ensure you’ve applied for an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) at least 72 hours before you depart and bring proof of onward travel or a return ticket. Last but not least, an international driving licence is necessary if you plan on hiring a campervan in Nevada.

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