What RV Rental Companies Deliver in San Diego County?

Hitched RV Rentals is one of the many great RV rental companies located in San Diego

Sonoma Bunkhouse Sleeps 8 at Mission Beach, San Diego

We’ve put together a list of top RV rental companies who deliver and set up at local campground destinations throughout San Diego County.

The following is a list of the best places to find RV rentals that can be delivered to locations such as Campland on the Bay, Mission Bay RV Resort, Chula Vista KOA, Ocotillo Wells, Glamis, San Elijo State Beach, Silver Strand State Beach, Santee Lakes, and many others.

Top 20 San Diego RV Rental Companies
  • Hitched RV Rentals
  • Travel Time
  • Camp n’ Style
  • Alberts RV Rentals
  • Luv 2 Camp
  • California RV Rentals
  • El Cajon RV Rentals
  • RV Pro Rentals
  • San Diego Ultimate RV Rentals
  • Star RV & Trailer Rentals
  • RVPlusYou – RV Rentals
  • Outdoorsy
  • RV Share
  • Cruise America
  • Road Bear RV Rentals
  • El Monte RV Happ
  • Apollo RV Rentals
  • Happy Camper RV Rentals
  • RV Rentals San Diego
  • Camptime RV Rental

Do a search for the websites above, and find RV rental inventory starting at just $85/night plus delivery and set up fees.

What is the advantage of renting a delivered RV?

Many people are discovering why a delivered RV rental is the best way to go when it comes to camping.

Convenience – No driving or towing, simply arrive at your reserved campsite and start camping! When you’re done, simply check out and leave in your own car.

Efficiency – Haul your toys to the desert or your boat to the lake and meet your RV at your campsite. Your RV is set up and ready upon arrival!

Low Hassle Factor – Most delivered RV rental companies allow you to avoid lengthy contracts and expensive insurance.

Comfort and Protection – By renting an RV to be delivered next to your family or friends, you’re camping in comfort with zero hassle and all the protection of a home.

Affordability – A delivered RV rental means you’re paying less. Yes, you will usually pay less and here is why: No driving. When you drive an RV rental, there are all kinds of costs that go into allowing this risky endeavor.

Yes, a delivered/set up RV rental comes with a delivery fee, but it’s usually much less than the overall cost of driving or towing an RV to your destination after you factor other costs involved in driving or towing yourself.

What is the average cost to rent a delivered RV?

The average nightly cost is $165/night for a travel trailer, plus $150 delivery, plus extra mileage which can be up to $3/mile.

Compare this cost to an RV rental that you drive, such as a class C motorhome which will average $220/night. Extra costs include extra damage and liability insurance coverage for driver, travel kits such as dish or linen, generator time in hours, extra miles over budget, and fuel at approximately 6-8 mpg.

Still have more questions?

Give us a call, or email us and we’ll answer all your questions before you commit to a rental company or a particular RV.

Phone/Text: 805-801-3456

Email: hitchedrvrentals@gmail.com

Published by Russ Lovell

I am partner and co-founder at RVPlusYou.com, a peer to peer sharing platform: RV Rentals by owner, delivered and setup at your destination, ready for your arrival. RV owners earn extra income via an easy, safe and proven rental process. RV renters enjoy hassle free outdoor accommodations in a clean comfortable RV delivered, setup and ready upon arrival to just about any destination. Weddings, camping trips, retreats, and events. It's like a vacation rental on wheels, anywhere you want it! I live in San Luis Obispo, California with my wife of 32 years. We love travel, whether it's around the country in our RV, or overseas. Memories, knowledge, and experience are the "things" you get to take with you. An entrepreneur and inventor at heart, I love to build and create. Life is full of opportunities, niches, concepts, and perspective. Figuring out what works and where value can be created and delivered is magical.

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