Called the City of the Seven Hills, Cincinnati offers the excitement of the big city but is close to parks and other attractions that let you commune with nature. As you select from all the RV classes available, consider the number of people coming with you and what you want to do during your trip.
Trailer RVs usually refer to recreational vehicles that lack motors and need towing, like fifth wheel trailers, toy haulers and pop-up camper rentals in Cincinnati. Class C RVs are built on truck-sized frames, making them easy to drive. Campervans, also called a Class B RV, have some amenities but not as many as the largest RV option. Class A models are the largest and are luxury motorhome rentals in Cincinnati that can sleep up to 10 people comfortably.
With many great Cincinnati campgrounds to choose from, you can find a suitable place to park your luxury motorhome or small campervan. The Winton Woods Campground is one of the best because it has 123 sites that include full hookups and both pull-in and back-through sites. You'll find a strong Wi-Fi signal and a dump station as well as a camp store and cafe.
Steamboat Bend Campground is about 20 minutes away from the city and offers monthly and weekly rates. East Fork State Park and Stonelick State Park are two Ohio parks that have on-site RV campgrounds, too.
Ohio is only home to one national park, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, but it's one of the best in the country. More than 2 million people visit the park each year to access more than 100 miles of hiking trails plus a river where you can go rafting.
Just 50 minutes from Cincinnati is Caesar's Creek State Park in Waynesville, which has a large lake that accepts boats. It's also home to a replica historic village. You can also head north to Sycamore State Park in Dayton or John Bryan State Park in Yellow Springs.
When renting an RV, you can use storage facilities to protect your rig from weather conditions and crime. The leading storage facilities in Cincinnati let you keep your RV safe until you're ready to explore the Buckeye State again. You can find storage facilities with features like secured entrances and 24-hour access.
Hidden Valley RV-Mobile Home Park and Storage Facility and Bearcat Storage - Delhi Pike are just some of the options for storing your rental in Cincinnati.
The Hamilton County Park District offers a dump station in the Winton Woods Campground. You will need to pay an entrance fee and dump fee, although guests can use the station for free. You can also use the dumpstations available in nearby cities. There is one at the Pilot Flying J Travel Plaza in Lebanon and another at Holman Motors in Batavia.
Washington Park in Cincinnati hosts a major Fourth of July celebration every year, but you can also watch the Cincinnati Pops perform live or head to the waterfront to watch the fireworks. With camper rentals in Cincinnati, you can drive south and celebrate Independence Day in Louisville or Lexington. RVshare helps you plan day trips near Cincinnati with a handy trip planner.
With an RV rental in Cincinnati, it's easy to get off the highways and escape the crowded city streets by visiting attractions such as the Newport Aquarium, which is close to the border between Ohio and Kentucky. The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal is home to several museums. You can walk through a bat habitat and view some of the world's oldest fossils. Union Terminal was the inspiration for the Hall of Justice building in DC comic books. Other Cincinnati attractions worth a visit include the Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati Art Museum and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
The Cincinnati Reds is one of the three professional sports teams located in the city, and it’s the only one that plays in the MLB. It's one of the country's oldest baseball teams, and you can watch them play at the Great American ballpark. This stadium sits right along the water and can seat more than 42,000 fans. NFL fans can see the Bengals play in Paul Brown Stadium, which seats more than 60,000 people.
There is plenty of arts and culture to enjoy in the city, too. The Cincinnati May Festival brings millions of visitors each year, but guests also come for the Bunbury Music Festival. You can take your Cincinnati RV rental to see live music and entertainment at Bogart's or Riverbend Music Center as well.
Interstate 75 runs from Michigan through Ohio and continues south, which makes it one of the main highways in Cincinnati. Depending on how you head south, you might use Interstate 71, which connects Cincinnati to Louisville. You can also use I-74, which connects Ohio to Indiana, Iowa and Illinois. I-275 makes a giant loop around the city and helps you avoid some of the congestion on I-75, which gets especially bad during rush hour.
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. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Cincinnati, OH, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Cincinnati?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Cincinnati 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 Cincinnati?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.