Delivered and Towable RV Rentals
Delivery and set up available within San Diego County.
Experience the beauty of nature and the comfort of RV Camping – Leave the hassle to us!
We deliver and set up RV rentals, then pick up after your trip! Click photo below for online quote.
Starts at $165/night, plus delivery. We deliver, setup, and pick up to campgrounds and event locations all over San Diego County! Click to see photos, pricing, and other details.
Starts at $175/night. This massive 5th wheel has a king bed, 960 Watts of solar power, 2000 watt inverter, and full size residential refrigerator. Click to see more!
Starts at $85/night, plus $25/night orientation fee. Need to haul your toys? This flat bed trailer with electric brakes will tow just about anything. We include the tie downs and straps. Call for info.
Experience RV Camping – Leave the hassle to us
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RV’s registered in USA
Annual cost to own an RV on Average
Average cost to rent a delivered RV for 3 nights
Why You’ll Love Us
We are a family owned business and we know fun. We know RV camping and we know the outdoors. We love going, and we love sharing even more.
- Ethical and fair
- Low rates – High quality
- Sanitized for your safety
- Planet friendly
Let Hitched RV Rentals do the work of towing, setting up, and picking up. You arrive, have fun, and then check out when the fun is done!
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