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Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31K
2015 Class C Motor Home

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31K

Sleeps 7 30.0ft
79.5 miles from Montana
(11)
$259 /night
Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H
2015 Class C Motor Home

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31H

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
59.3 miles from Montana
(6)
$175 /night
Gulf Stream RV Independence 8295
2006 Class A Motor Home

Gulf Stream RV Independence 8295

Sleeps 4 35.0ft
63.3 miles from Montana
(10)
$225 /night
Jayco Melbourne Prestige 24LP
2021 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Melbourne Prestige 24LP

Sleeps 5 25.0ft
90.4 miles from Montana
(8)
$475 /night
Prime Time RV Tracer Breeze 19MRB
2019 Travel Trailer

Prime Time RV Tracer Breeze 19MRB

Sleeps 4 22.0ft
43.4 miles from Montana
(3)
$175 /night
Keystone RV Hideout 24BHSWE
2015 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Hideout 24BHSWE

Sleeps 6 28.0ft
81.9 miles from Montana
(5)
$118 /night
Pleasure-Way Mercedes Benz Plateau Plateau TD
2022 Class B Camping Van

Pleasure-Way Mercedes Benz Plateau Plateau TD

Sleeps 2 19.5ft
86.4 miles from Montana
(5)
$295 /night
Four Winds Majestic Four Winds 450
2008 Class C Motor Home

Four Winds Majestic Four Winds 450

Sleeps 7 29.0ft
84.8 miles from Montana
(5)
$250 /night
Keystone RV Alpine 3700FL
2021 Fifth Wheel

Keystone RV Alpine 3700FL

Sleeps 6 41.0ft
63.4 miles from Montana
(6)
$200 /night
Keystone RV Bullet Crossfire 1800RB
2018 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet Crossfire 1800RB

Sleeps 3 21.0ft
85.7 miles from Montana
(4)
$90 /night
Jayco Jay Flight Swift 236MB
2014 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight Swift 236MB

Sleeps 7 26.0ft
43.4 miles from Montana
(3)
$175 /night
Palomino Puma 28BHSS
2021 Travel Trailer

Palomino Puma 28BHSS

Sleeps 8 36.0ft
86.7 miles from Montana
(4)
$190 /night
Palomino Puma XLE Lite 27RBQC
2019 Toy Hauler

Palomino Puma XLE Lite 27RBQC

Sleeps 8 33.0ft
80.9 miles from Montana
(9)
$164 /night
Jayco Redhawk 29XK
2015 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 29XK

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
87.5 miles from Montana
(3)
$299 /night
Heartland Wilderness 2775RB
2018 Travel Trailer

Heartland Wilderness 2775RB

Sleeps 5 31.0ft
70.7 miles from Montana
(6)
$140 /night
Jayco White Hawk 28DSBH
2017 Travel Trailer

Jayco White Hawk 28DSBH

Sleeps 6 30.0ft
84.8 miles from Montana
(11)
$130 /night
Forest River RV No Boundaries NB19.3
2022 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV No Boundaries NB19.3

Sleeps 4 24.0ft
87.7 miles from Montana
(5)
$125 /night
Jayco Redhawk 31F
2022 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 31F

Sleeps 10 32.0ft
87.5 miles from Montana
(4)
$350 /night
Keystone RV Bullet 248RKS
2015 Travel Trailer

Keystone RV Bullet 248RKS

Sleeps 4 28.0ft
61.9 miles from Montana
(5)
$116 /night
Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 2250LE Chevy
2015 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Sunseeker LE 2250LE Chevy

Sleeps 4 24.0ft
89.4 miles from Montana
(21)
$280 /night
Forest River RV Wildwood 21RB
2014 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Wildwood 21RB

Sleeps 5 22.0ft
84.8 miles from Montana
(12)
$100 /night
Jayco Jay Flight 31QBDS
2018 Travel Trailer

Jayco Jay Flight 31QBDS

Sleeps 9 35.0ft
85.0 miles from Montana
(8)
$225 /night
Sportsmobile Ram Pro Master 2500
2018 Class B Camping Van

Sportsmobile Ram Pro Master 2500

Sleeps 5 19.0ft
83.3 miles from Montana
(3)
$240 /night
Forest River RV Cherokee Alpha Wolf 26RL-L
2021 Travel Trailer

Forest River RV Cherokee Alpha Wolf 26RL-L

Sleeps 4 34.0ft
57.5 miles from Montana
(1)
$140 /night
Coachmen RV Concord 300TS
2008 Class B Camping Van

Coachmen RV Concord 300TS

Sleeps 5 30.83ft
61.1 miles from Montana
(1)
$275 /night
Forest River RV Sunseeker 2250 Ford
2007 Class C Motor Home

Forest River RV Sunseeker 2250 Ford

Sleeps 5 26.0ft
84.8 miles from Montana
(2)
$250 /night
Leisure Travel Free Flight Free Flight Floorplan
2007 Class C Motor Home

Leisure Travel Free Flight Free Flight Floorplan

Sleeps 5 23.0ft
85.5 miles from Montana
(10)
$350 /night

Top Three RV Rentals in Montana

There are many wonderful places to visit in Montana, like exploring Glacier National Park, Lolo National Forest, Blackfoot River, and the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. There are also fantastic cities to explore, including Billings, Missoula, and Great Falls. With so much to see and do, the best way to explore Montana is in an RV. 

Billings has numerous RV choices, including Class A motorhomes starting at $150 per night, Class B campervans, starting at about $300 per night, and Class C campers, starting at about $200 per night. You can also find great choices in towable campers, toy haulers, and fifth-wheel campers, beginning at about $75 per night. The most popular option is the travel trailers, costing about $100 per night. 

You can also find many options in Missoula, from RVs to popup campers. The most popular choice is the travel trailers here as well. Some are small enough to be pulled by most cars and start at about $112 per night. Other trailer options are big enough to sleep nine and rent for about $250 per night. 

Montana RV Rentals by City

Billings lies in the Rimrock area of the state. Bring your camera to catch images of this unique scenery. You can also visit the Moss Mansion, constructed in 1903, and see how many people have worked to restore and decorate it with period furnishings. Families will want to visit ZooMontana, which focuses on wildlife native to the state. 

Missoula is a great place to go on a bike ride or a hike on the Clark Fork Riverfront Trail. You may also want to consider hiking the M Trail at Mount Sentinel to see the stunning city views. Learn more about the firefighters who parachute into areas near forest fires by visiting the Smokejumper Visitor Center. 

Enjoy seeing the Old West by viewing the works of Charles M. Russell at the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls. Learn more about Lewis and Clark's time in this area by touring the Lewis and Clark Discovery Center. You will also want to see the rotating art displays at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art. 

You may think you hear dinosaurs roaring when you visit the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. On Main Street, you will find many fantastic small businesses where you will want to shop. Custer Gallatin National Forest surrounds this city and offers many fun activities, including fishing, hiking, and stargazing. 

Best National Parks in Montana

 A great way to start a visit to Glacier National Park is to drive along the twisty Going-to-the-Sun Road. One place that you will love discovering while driving this road is Logan's Pass, which is the highest point in the park and part of the Continental Divide. This is also a fantastic place to go for a hike, but there are even more great options throughout this park. Consider hiking to see Iceberg Lake, Grinnell Glacier, and the Two Medicine area. Lake McDonald, the largest lake in the park, is a beautiful area to explore.

At various locations around the park, especially at the campgrounds, listen to programs presented by Native Americans. Many of these programs occur in the evening, so plan your schedule accordingly. If you want to fish, you do not need a license in the park, but be sure to check local regulations about where you can fish and what you can keep. There are height restrictions in many areas of this park, so you will want to consider taking tours if you drive a taller RV. 

Popular State Parks in Montana

There are fantastic options for an RV adventure in Montana's state parks. Options include:

  • Bannack State Park near Union is a historic ghost town with over 60 buildings to explore, and special events frequently happen at this location. 

  • Logan State Park near Libby is the middle part of the Thompson Chain of Lakes State Park, and it is a great place to go swimming, boating, and fishing. 

  • Missouri Headwaters State Park near Three Forks is located at the confluence of the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin rivers and is where Lewis and Clark stayed in 1805.

  • Salmon Lake State Park is home to one of the best places to fish and boating on the Clearwater River chain. 

  • West Shore Unit of Flathead Lake State Park near Lakeside is home to Flathead Lake, and it is a great place to play in the water with stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and pedal boats available for rent in the summer. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks in Montana

You may want to consider visiting some of these landmarks and monuments:

  • Going-to-the-Sun Road is a 50-mile-long road at Glacier National Park that offers a stunning view and cuts through the highest point in the park. 

  • Great Northern Railway Buildings is a set of five buildings instrumental to the railroad. Four of the buildings are inside Glacier National Park at diverse locations while the fifth is in the town of West Glacier. 

  • Lake McDonald Lodge is in Glacier National Park, and it is one of the oldest examples of large-scale Swiss chalet architecture in the United States. 

  • The First Peoples Buffalo Jump at Ulm offers the opportunity to learn more about the Native Americans who lived in this area and why they consider the buffalo a sacred animal. 

  • Lewis & Clark Pass is on the Continental Divide in Helena National Forest in Lewis and Clark County, and it is the site where the west-flowing Blackfoot River and the east-flowing Dearborn River meet. 

Popular RV Parks and Campgrounds in Montana

An outstanding way to stay close to the attractions you want to see the most is by staying in one of Montana's fantastic RV parks. Many offer special activities while others offer a quieter atmosphere. 

If you want to explore Glacier National Park, consider staying in one of this park's nine campgrounds. If you are looking for a quiet location, Kintla Lake Campground or Bowman Lake Campground on the park's north end fit the bill. Alternatively, if your primary purpose in visiting this park is to go hiking, think about Many Glacier Campground as many hiking trails start nearby. Fish Creek Campground is centrally located, which makes it an excellent choice for those unsure what they want to do once they arrive. Right outside of the park are two campgrounds that are also great options. North American RV Park & Yurt Village offers stunning views of the mountains while West Glacier KOA Resort offers more upscale amenities, including a swimming pool. 

While most of Yellowstone National Park is in Wyoming, part of it also lies in Montana, and you can find terrific Montana campgrounds nearby. One option to consider is Yellowstone Park/West Gate KOA Holiday. This campground is about six miles from the national park entrance near West Yellowstone, Montana. It has a seasonal swimming pool and a miniature golf course. 

RV Dump Stations in Montana

You can find many RV dump stations in Montana. If you are near Billings, consider using RV & Mini Storage, Big Sky Campground, Yellowstone River Campground, or Pierce RV. Alternatively, if you're closer to Missoula, think about using the ones at Jim & Mary's RV Park, Deano's Travel Plaza, or Exxon Town Pump. There are RV dump stations at Dick's RV Park and Great Falls KOA Campground if your travels take you closer to Great Falls. Head to Bozeman Bear Canyon RV Park & Campground, Bozeman Campground, or Sunrise Campground if you are near Bozeman. 

Upcoming Events in Montana

Something exciting is always happening in Big Sky Country. Consider attending upcoming festivals:

  • Wild West Winterfest- Head to Bozeman in February for this fun festival featuring ATV races, dog keg-pull, chili cook-off, a petting zoo, skijoring, and a horse sale. 

  • Little Big Horn Days – Participate in the fun of an 1876-era dance, a re-enactment of Custer's Last Stand, and a rodeo during this event, held in late June in Hardin. 

  • Sweet Pea Festival – Go to Bozeman in late August to listen to live music, shop with craft vendors, eat fair food and enjoy family entertainment. 

  • Mountain Folk Festival – Enjoy mountain music, food, and folk art at this July festival in Butte. 

  • Red Ants Pants Music Festival – Enjoy this July festival featuring music, food, and crafts in White Sulphur Springs. 

  • Montana Beer Festival – This August festival in Bozeman features craft beer from throughout the state and beyond, along with regional entertainers. 

  • Yellowstone Ski Festival – Join the Nordic ski races and clinics held over Thanksgiving weekend in West Yellowstone.

National Parks Near Montana

State Parks Near Montana

National Forests Near Montana

National Sites and Monuments Near Montana

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Montana

RV Dump Stations Near Montana
If your journey takes you off the beaten path, consider dump stations in Billings and Helena. You can empty your tank, get gas and source any supplies that you need in the state's parks.
RV Storage Near Montana
If you want to see the sights in beautiful Montana, then you might want to think about traveling through in an RV. The Great Falls area, which is in central-west Montana, is home to several accommodating RV parks. These campgrounds make ideal recharge spots between visits to Giant Springs State Park and the C. M. Russell Museum. Given the harshness of the winters in this area, you’ll want to find quality RV storage in Great Falls. In no particular order, here are eight RV storage Great Falls options with excellent amenities.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Montana

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Montana?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Montana?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Montana from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Montana?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.