Before you start out on your RV vacation, get to know the many options you have for RV rentals in Dallas on RVshare. One of the best things about recreational vehicles is how versatile they are. Depending on the model you choose, you can accommodate a party ranging from two to 12 people with ease. If you take a little time to think about what you want from your trip, it gets easier to narrow down your choices and sort by price.
A Class A large motorhome rental in Dallas will give you the most room, and should cost you around $300 a night, though you can certainly find some that are cheaper (and some that are more expensive!). You can also get a discount the longer you rent, so your Class A Dallas RV rental works out to $270 a night for a week, and $255 a night when you rent for a month.
A Class B campervan is more versatile and is easy to drive. You can find campervans for around $224 a night, or about $202 a night for a week, and $190 a night for a month.
Class C campers are a good blend of the other two classes - they are smaller like a Class B but with a few more of the amenities of the Class A. You can rent a Class C camper for around $220 a night. That works out to $198 a night for a week, and $187 per night for a month.
Dallas has a lot to offer visitors to the city! From art galleries and antique shops to arboretums and amusement parks, you’re sure to find something to entertain you in the city. You’ll find everything you need right here to plan your next trip to this bustling Texas city.
There are two national parks in the great state of Texas. Dallas is actually the perfect perch for a trip to either, because both parks are about the same distance away from the city. Guadalupe Mountains National Park is about 508 miles from Dallas, and Big Bend National Park is about 533 miles away. Both national parks can make for a very entertaining RV trip, and each has acres and acres of trails to explore and a wealth of wildlife opportunities. The Guadalupe Mountains feature peaks that are the highest points in the state, while Big Bend has kayaking and canoeing opportunities, as well as mountain biking and hiking.
Dallas has several excellent choices when you’re looking for a place to park your RV. Depending on your group, you may want daily activities for kids, pet-friendly hiking paths, and amenities like pools and sporting areas. One of the best RV campgrounds in the Dallas area is Treetops RV Resort. It gets great reviews for having full hookups, laundry facilities, and excellent cell reception.
Traders Village RV Park is another option with full hookups, laundry facilities, an ATM, a camp store, and a dog park. It's also located next to a flea market and is close to Six Flags.
This article on the Top 10 Campgrounds and RV Parks in Dallas, Texas has more suggestions for potential campsites in the area.
When you have your RV rental in Dallas and you want to visit some unique locations in the city, you have many options both indoors and out. Six Flags Over Texas has dozens of roller coasters and thrill rides and shows for the whole family.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens will allow you to see thousands of species of plants across the 66-acre area. This location even has picnic areas so that you can spend quality time with the family. In addition, places like the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and the Dallas Museum of Art are fun trips that end up being educational as well. Want to explore the rest of the state? We have you covered - here are 15 must-see spots for your Texan road trip.
Dallas is home to the Cowboys, so if you love this football team, you’ll appreciate that AT&T Stadium is close by, allowing you to catch a game while in Texas (with a little planning - they’re pretty popular and tickets go fast!). The Dallas Mavericks play at the American Airlines Center, which is within easy RV driving distance.
Downtown Dallas has an arts district where visitors can gaze at art in one of the many museums or watch an opera at the Winspear Opera House.
If you’re looking to get rid of sewage in your RV rental in Dallas, there are a few options in Dallas to consider. Places like Dallas Hi Ho RV Park and Traders Village RV Park offer on-premise dump stations. There are also some places that aren’t RV parks that offer them, too. If you’re an Elk, the Elks Lodge at Garland has a dump station you can use. Also, Lloyd Park in Grand Prairie has one that will cost you about $5. View all of our dump station recommendations here.
There are several major interstate highways you can take while in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in an RV. You can get where you need to go by taking I-20, I-30, I-30, I-35E, and I-45, which all go through or around Dallas.
If you’re headed to the city by plane, the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport has flights around the country and across the world. They are also the largest hub for American Airlines. Dallas Love Field Airport was the city’s main airport until the mid-70s when Dallas/Ft. Worth was built. It now offers flights by Southwest Airlines, Delta, and Alaska Air, along with some seasonal flights.