Top 7 Luxury RV Rentals Around Bay Area, San Francisco

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Hildah
Hildah
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San Francisco Bay Area is an exciting region that consists of nine counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma. With all these metropolitan areas, it’s no wonder how this region has become a favorite destination for many groups. While here, visit the famous Golden Gate Bridge and have your picture taken with the icon as your backdrop. If you are a history buff and tired of the usual museums, book a ferry to Alcatraz Island and explore its grounds. Given all the things that people can do here, some opt for RV rentals so they can stop wherever they want. For an extraordinary road trip, check out our list of the seven luxury RV rentals around Bay Area, San Francisco.

1. Pet-friendly campervan with high-grade leather seats (from USD 255)

If you aren’t a big fan of planes but prefer a more hands-on travel experience, then you will love one of RVshare’s trailers. Their customized Mercedes Sprinter brings unfathomable comfort throughout your voyage. With high-grade leather seats and big windows, you’ve got as much extra space to stretch out and place a large mattress on one of your stops. You can go on and on for miles without experiencing any pain from spending too much time sitting. Also, it is clean and allows pets to travel with a small family for a couple of days.

2019 Mercedes-Benz 4x4 Sprinter 2500, RV Rental in Petaluma, CA
Petaluma
3 reviews

2. Premium trailer with a fully equipped kitchen (from USD 90)

Even though you have to compromise on comfort, style, and luxury, there are times when you just want to get from point A to point B. However, there are other times when you want to spare no cost. You want to experience top-notch service and excellent amenities. American Teardrop Trailer promises to deliver nothing but the best. This travel trailer makes you feel right at home. Here, you get access to cable or satellite TV, a fully equipped kitchen, surround sound systems, and camping kits. Now, you can travel anywhere you want with your favorite person and pet.

2018 American Teardrop American Teardrop Merlin, RV Rental in Alameda,Facebook iconInstagram iconYouTube iconTwitter icon
Alameda
11 reviews

3. Amazing motorhome with an electric generator (from USD 159)

Sometimes, you can’t find any place in the city where you can relax and unwind. That’s why you should try going on a road trip while in the Bay. For RV rentals, this 2008 Thor Majestic 23a comes with two beds so five guests can sleep comfortably. In case you want to cook your own meals, this motorhome comes complete with a refrigerator, a kitchen sink, a microwave, and a range. Since you will be staying in the RV for days, an electric generator is provided for charging phones and using appliances.

2008 Four Winds RV Four Winds 23A, RV Rental in South San Francisco,Facebook iconInstagram iconYouTube iconTwitter icon
South San Francisco
15 reviews

4. Roomy RV with a variety of entertainment options (from USD 235)

What’s the one thing you remember about your best road trip? You probably remember how amazing it felt. This 2017 motorhome is here to make sure you have a pleasant trip aboard this luxurious RV. For your comfort, the van comes with plenty of sheets and towels, cookware and utensils, camp chairs, and comfortable well-spaced seats. Since you are going off the grid, there’s a CD Player, an iPod Docking Station, and a TV to keep you entertained.

2017 Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 26HE, RV Rental in South SanFacebook iconInstagram iconYouTube iconTwitter icon
South San Francisco
14 reviews

5. Beautiful vacation trailer for a small family (from USD 305)

Traveling on one of Airstream Globetrotter RVs is like driving your own home. Anything you can expect to find in an ordinary home, you can find it here. It’s so spacious and well-decorated, you can even mistake it for a boutique hotel room. It has a private bathroom complete with a spacious shower, two flat-screen TVs, a refrigerator, and a fully equipped kitchen. For a restful night, this trailer features a Tuft & Needle memory foam queen bed, a convertible dinette table, and a pull-out sofa.

2020 Airstream Globetrotter 25fb
Morgan Hill, CA, US
5 reviews
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6. Festival-friendly campervan for three people (from USD 150)

Planning to visit some of the most vibrant festivals in the Bay? The best way to do this is by renting a festival-friendly campervan that will take you to the area’s fun happenings. This 2016 Happier Camper Travel Trailer is 13 feet (3.9 metes) and can accommodate up to 3 adventure seekers. Enjoy homelike comforts even when you’re in the middle of the road. By staying here, you get access to a refrigerator, stovetop, outside shower, and an awning to relax under. Do note that smoking is not allowed inside the van.

2016 Airstream RV Sport 16, RV Rental in San Francisco, CA
San Francisco
1 review

7. Custom-made campervan ideal for couples (from USD 250)

Forget the usual candlelight dinners at fancy restaurants and go for a road trip instead. This custom-made 2018 Mercedes Sprinter comes complete with home conveniences such as a refrigerator, hot and cold water supply, and shower. It can accommodate two guests or a couple with its memory foam queen mattress, linens, and pillows. If you don’t want to drive for hours, don’t worry as you can just park this in a regular parking spot.

2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500, RV Rental in Petaluma, CA
Petaluma
2 reviews

Explore the Bay in a unique way

From Victorian houses to hillside vineyards, there is no dearth of things to do and places to see in the Bay. However, if you want to explore the region in a unique way, consider booking a campervan instead.

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Hildah is a Nairobi-based travel writer and lover of nature, world cultures, food, languages, urban places, and wild spaces. She's interested in tasting fine wine and meeting new people. Having...Read more

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