3 Best Pop-Up Camper Rentals Near Syracuse, New York

Tina S.
Tina S. 
| 2 min read

Syracuse is one of New York’s largest cities. There’s much to see in this city with its numerous museums, such as Erie Canal Museum, cultural centers, and top universities. Syracuse is not too far from the Adirondack Mountains and is situated on the northeastern side of the Finger Lakes region. This region features a hilly landscape covered by verdant forests and lovely lakes, providing for the perfect campsites that are not too far from the city. If you want to take a big break from urban life, Syracuse offers a few pop-up campers that you can use on a getaway. For exceptional stays, scroll down for the best pop-up camper rentals near Syracuse, New York.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status. recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on February 08, 2024.

1. Well-equipped rental with a kitchenette (from USD 82)

You only need to bring groceries on your camping trip as you can cook in the kitchenette with a stove provided in this rental. Stretch out the awning to maximize your outdoor space for dining and playing with the kids and pets.

You can ask the owner for recommendations for suitable campsites for this type of RV. Once you’ve settled in your campsite, you can set up the tents on each end of the vehicle and create a space for two wide beds. You can zip open the side panels to let more air through.

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Auburn, NY, US
14.73 km (9.2 mi) from Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
1 review  
rv-rental 5 Guests

2. Cozy and convenient pop-up camper (from USD 95)

This 10 ft (3 m) long trailer has pop-out tents on both ends for sleeping space. The interiors may be compact but it features a tiny kitchenette and a dinette. Be aware that the rental does not have a toilet. Spread out the awning so you have a shaded space for dining outdoors.

You can park this pop-up camper in your backyard and use it as an additional space to house your guests. You can also hook it to your vehicle and go camping at the RV parks in and around Syracuse.

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North Syracuse, NY, US
54.48 km (33.9 mi) from Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
rv-rental 6 Guests

3. Large camper with a propane stove

You can enjoy camping in this roomy trailer by stretching out the tents on both ends of the vehicle. For sleeping arrangements, the rental has king and queen-sized beds and a dinette and couch you can fold down to create an extra bed. There’s a propane stove for cooking, but you can use a campfire for a rustic experience.

You need a minivan or SUV to tow this camper, or you can have it delivered to a campsite. The hosts charge a 100 USD delivery fee for campsites within a 30-mi (48.3-km) radius. For sites exceeding this range, delivery will incur an additional 2.50 USD charge for each extra mile until the maximum range of 85 mi (136.8 km).

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24.21 km (15.1 mi) from Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge
6 reviews  
4 Beds 8 Guests

Have fun camping near Syracuse

You’ll enjoy camping in these comfortable pop-up campers, and their flexibility and convenient weight allow them to be towed almost anywhere. Book them when camping near Syracuse for a memorable experience.

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Tina is a free-spirited writer and traveler. She likes to experience unfamiliar places, cuisines, and scenery. She prefers beaches to mountains though as she is afraid of heights. Visiting museums,...Read more

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