9 Best RV & Campervan Rentals For Banff National Park - Updated 2024

9 Best RV & Campervan Rentals For Banff National Park - Updated 2024
Gabby
Gabby 
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Banff National Park, Canada’s oldest national park, is known for its rocky mountain scenery and abundant wildlife. You can hike, visit caves, or simply watch wildlife and feel the breath of glaciers. But surely, there’s more to Banff than following trails and awe-inspiring sceneries. Explore those hidden spots and travel in style on recreational vehicles (RV). RV rentals are always an excellent idea in comparison to booking various hotel rooms. With an RV, you can find out those infrequently visited spots, travel on your schedule, bring your home with you, and spend the night at any place that interests you. Whether you’re traveling with a large group or with your special someone, whether you want to spend more time outside or pleased to stay inside, check out the best RV and campervan rentals for Banff National Park listed below.

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 06, 2024.

1. Cozy camper for two (from USD 325)

Don’t have plans for your anniversary yet? Why not try for an outdoorsy adventure. Forgo the usual hotel and restaurants. This 2018 Mercedes Benz Sprinter, good for two, could be your ally for a romantic weekend outdoor trip with your loved one. As easy as renting this van, you both can enjoy watching the sunset, road cycling, boating, or just camping outside. Prepare a simple yet lovely dinner as this recreational vehicle (RV) comes with two chef master butane cooktops, mini fridge with small freezer, kettle, blender, French press, and utensils. Get cozy and relax at night in the comfortable queen-size bed. This van also has an exhaust fan at the rooftop, comes with bike racks, lots of storage spaces, and runs on solar power. Just bring your clothes, food, and free spirits to experience an unforgettable trip.

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Whitefish, MT, US
144.54 km (89.9 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
16 reviews  
rv-rental 2 Guests

2. Easy and clean travel trailer for small family (from USD 119)

This travel trailer is compact, clean, and fully stocked. It can accommodate a family of four – preferably two adults and two kids. Adults can sleep in the queen size bed and children may stay on the convertible dinette-bed. Of course, pantry and bathroom are provided. The pantry has a slide-out for additional space inside. It also comes with kitchen supplies and camp chairs. For entertainment, there is a Bluetooth-enabled TV and DVD/CD/radio player, and a “kid box” that is full of games and crafts for children. Now, you can go anywhere you want to – just bring along your clothes and food. A generator is provided, for a fee, if you wish to travel in off-grid areas. You can hike at Plain of Six Glaciers Trail or find hot springs for stunning mountain views. Easy to tow, simple to hook up, and with a wireless brake controller, this RV lets you do whatever your interests are.

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Whitefish
136.12 km (84.6 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
6 reviews  
2 Beds 4 Guests

3. Travel trailer built for the outdoors (from USD 69)

Time to boast those grilling and camping skills! Good for six persons, this Keystone Hideout travel trailer is ready for your outdoor adventures. Reserve a campsite at Banff National Park and the owner shall bring and set this camper right at your destination. Delivery and pick-up are available within an 18-mile (29-kilometer) radius. Enjoy alfresco dining while seeing a good view of the mountain and creek. This camper comes with outdoor chairs, solar battery charger, portable ax, and grilling utilities. If you prefer staying indoors, certainly do so. Living and dining areas are popped-out to accommodate more space. And there’s plenty of sleeping areas with the queen bed, two bunk beds, sofa, and convertible dinette. Plus, your furry co-pilots are allowed on board!

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Sooke, BC, CA
541.27 km (336.4 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
34 reviews  
rv-rental 6 Guests

4. RV with a great-looking interior (from USD 88)

9 best rv & campervan rentals for banff national park | rv with a great-looking interior

With a span of 33 feet (10 meters), this RV comfortably fits 9 persons. You can stay cozily inside the modern-style, neat and luxurious interior of the 2018 Sunset Trail camper. It has two private sleeping quarters on both ends, each with its own private access to a toilet. The master bedroom gets the inside shower, while the other toilet is accessed outside. Cooking your sumptuous meals is made easy with the spacious kitchen, equipped with kitchen island sink, refrigerator, oven, and microwave. Sit nicely on the sofa or dining area while watching your favorite movie. Or, silently gaze at the large windows for wildlife and mountain views. New, clean, and well-supplied, this camper might just be the best companion for your camping adventure.

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Calgary, AB, CA
309.87 km (192.6 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
3 reviews  
rv-rental 9 Guests

5. Convenient camper for two (from USD 93)

Have a nice, romantic weekend with your spouse on a motorhome road trip. Compact and functional, this vehicle is so easy to move around and to park in tight campsites and parking lots. Ready your camera, road playlists, and easy-to-prepare meals. Hop on and enjoy your time on this good-for-two camper, rightly delivered to your home or reserved camping site (within 32-mile or 51-km radius). This rig is equipped with two-burner range top, a water heater, a large fridge and freezer, and a microwave oven. So make your breakfast, camp outside, and watch the sunrise at Moraine Lake. With a built-in generator, you can go and park wherever you can. This camper can be just the perfect thing for your vacation!

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Calgary, AB, CA
317.61 km (197.4 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
35 reviews  
rv-rental 2 Guests

6. Motorhome with luxury of space (from USD 102)

Travel in style and comfort, as you bring along the necessities of home with you, and more! No need to book a bed-and-breakfast or any lodging house. Be conveniently lodged, instead, in this good-for-six recreational vehicle. It allows you to camp and park in numerous places so you can explore other scenic and must-visits areas of Alberta’s Rockies. Having a luxury of space, high-quality materials, warm-toned interior, and full amenities lets you create fun memories. The kitchen is equipped with a sink, stove, fridge, microwave, cooking wares, and cutlery. Sleeping arrangements include a queen bed, bunk bed, sofa, and folding dinette. The bathing area, on the other hand, is not combined with the toilet so each guest can use them separately. Relaxation and convenience are well-covered by this motorhome so you can enjoy full days on vacation and exploring the rest of Banff National Park.

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CALGARY, AB, CA
341.66 km (212.3 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
7 reviews  
rv-rental 6 Guests

7. Great little camper (from 99 USD)

Are you heading for a cave exploration? Or do you prefer hiking? Or maybe got some guests staying around for the weekend? Whatever your activity may be, this travel trailer could be the most convenient rig for you. Lightweight and easy to hook up, this little camper is built to fit in four persons (preferably two adults and two kids). Equipped with a dinette, a sink, a stove-top, a refrigerator, two bunk beds, and entertainment bits, this camper is so compact, you won’t believe it only measures 17 feet (5 meters) long. It is also equipped with a generator, so you have options to camp in off-the-grid areas and can still use the microwave, air conditioning, and TV. So get intimate with the rest of the family and enjoy your weekend trip while settling down nicely at this cozy cottage on wheels.

2011 Travel Trailer

Price: from 99 USD

Number of Guests: 4

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8. New and spacious RV (from USD 119)

Planning a weekend trip at Banff National Park? Go hiking on a 1,600-kilometer (994 miles) maintained trail, explore national historic sites, or dare to try waterfall ice and mixed climbing! Rest assured that your adventure will be in good hands. This travel trailer is new and runs in excellent condition. Stock your outdoor gear and personal stuff at the roomy storage spaces. The interior, which accommodates 10 persons, is pleasantly warm and spacious. Sleek, sparkling clean, and orderly, this camper comes with all the comforts of home while you’re on travel. Jesse, the RV owner, is also very responsive. He helps guests set up and makes sure everything is provided to the last detail.

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Naples
13.64 km (8.5 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
2 reviews  
10 Guests

9. RV with a homey ambience

Sleeping nine persons, this travel trailer is perfect for large families traveling on a budget. This lightweight camper, though measures 30 feet (9 meters), is easy to maneuver and move around. To accommodate your large group, it comes with plenty of storage spaces, sleeping areas, options for outdoor camping, and an additional bar for dining. The kitchen and bathroom are equipped with some home essentials, thoughtfully included for your comfort. Outdoor camping items include awning, single-burner barbeque grill, outdoor speakers, and outdoor lights. Spend time outside or stay inside the homey interiors – this RV will surely meet your needs for a great trip ahead.

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Calgary, AB, CA
318.25 km (197.8 mi) from Kaniksu National Forest
2 reviews  
rv-rental 9 Guests

Enjoy your Banff vacation

Experience the various activities Banff offers. Plan your visit well and discover the beauty of one of the world’s premier national parks. With a recreational vehicle as your companion, you can think less about lodging and transit, and more on enjoying your vacation and time with family and friends.

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