RV Rental Minneapolis

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Minnesota is a wonderful place to rent an RV and experience the great outdoors. Known as the North Star State and the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota borders Canada and Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. It is truly a beautiful state of natural wonders. 


The “Twin Cities” of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the state capital, are Minnesota’s most populated region and its economic, governmental and cultural center. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life in RV rentals MN is a great way to take your vacation. In this article we will discuss how much it costs to rent an RV and great places in Minnesota to go camping.


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Great Places to Go RV Rentals in Minnesota


Bear Head Lake State Park


A 5,700 acre paradise located in the Northwoods south of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, is home to black bears, moose, wolves, and eagles. You can swim at the park’s beach, go fishing or take a hike in the woods on 14 miles of trails. During the winter there are nine miles of trails for snowshoeing and 5 miles of trails for snowmobiling. You can canoe, Kayak or rent a boat on Bear Head Lake. This state park has 73 campsites of which 45 have electric power.



RV rental destinations in MN

Tettegouche State Park (5-star rated)

Tettegouche is known for spectacular bird watching and offers rock climbing. This wonderful park has scenic overlooks of the Sawtooth Mountains, and a hiking trail to High Falls of the Baptism River. There are 2 miles of biking trails and 23.5 miles of hiking. A golf course in located nearby. In winter snowshoeing and snowmobiling are popular activities.


Voyageurs National Park


Voyageurs National Park is the only national park in Minnesota. The park is located in Northern Minnesota along a pristine shoreline. All campsites are only available by watercraft, so this is the place for water sports! Park your RV rental at one of the nearby public or private campgrounds and then bring your boat, canoe, kayak, or even houseboat and camp right on the water.  Boat rentals are available. Ranger guided tours are very popular here.


How Much Does it Cost to Rent an RV?


RV rentals are economical compared to several alternatives. A recent survey of campers and motorhomes for rent in Minnesota showed the average price as follows:


Class A Motorhome – $200 to $350 per night

Class B Motorhome (aka Campervan) – $125 to $250 per night

Class C Motorhome – $150 to $300 per night

Travel Trailer – $75 to $150 per night

Pop-up Camper – $75 to $100 per night

Toy Hauler- $150 to $300 per night

Fifth Wheel- $150 to $300 per night


Note: actual prices may vary depending on year model, amenities, add-ons, seasonality and so forth. For more detailed information please read our authoritative article about the cost to rent an RV.