RV Rentals Florence, Oregon

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Heartland Pioneer BH 270

Heartland Pioneer BH 270

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
4.3 miles from Florence, OR
$135
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forrest river vibe 279rbs

forrest river vibe 279rbs

2016 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
42.7 miles from Florence, OR
$114
PER NIGHT
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R-Vision Trail Sport TS23E

R-Vision Trail Sport TS23E

2011 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
39.0 miles from Florence, OR
$109
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Grand Design Imagine 2800BH

Grand Design Imagine 2800BH

2017 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
80.2 miles from Florence, OR
$114
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Winnebago Outlook 31C

Winnebago Outlook 31C

2010 / Class C Motor Home
Instant Book
Sleeps 7
Offers Delivery
55.7 miles from Florence, OR
$175
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Viking Saga 17SBH

Viking Saga 17SBH

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
Offers Delivery
55.7 miles from Florence, OR
$125
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Dutchmen RV Denali 287RE

Dutchmen RV Denali 287RE

2013 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 4
Offers Delivery
52.9 miles from Florence, OR
$110
PER NIGHT
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Keystone RV Outback 334RL

Keystone RV Outback 334RL

2017 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
93.0 miles from Florence, OR
$140
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Popular RV Rentals Near Florence, Oregon, for Any Budget

With a recreational vehicle, you can travel almost anywhere in comfort and style. Travel trailers are among the most popular choices for cruising along the coastal highways of Oregon. For rentals near Florence and the surrounding area, you'll find that rigs cost an average of $130 per night. Drivable Class A, B and C rigs offer basic to luxurious interior features and can sleep four to 10 people comfortably. Prices start at $159 per night for Class A motorhomes to $129 per night for classic Class C RVs. More compact Class B options are great for groups with four or fewer passengers, and they cost $65+ per night. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Florence, Oregon, No Matter the Duration

Located just 61 miles east of Florence, Eugene is surrounded by the Umpqua, Siuslaw and Willamette National Forests. Visitors to this city could easily spend a week or more exploring popular attractions and getting outdoorsy in the nearby forests. Attractions in town worth checking out are the Cascades Raptor Center, the Museum of Natural and Cultural History and the Shelton McMurphey Johnson House, a Victorian Era residence that serves afternoon tea with a splash of history. Eugene also has a thriving wine scene that boasts over 15 wineries with elegant and rustic tasting rooms. 

Coos Bay is located one hour south of Florence along the Oregon Coast Highway. Though the city is small, plan on spending two to three days here to visit the museums, historical areas, and casino. The Coos Bay Boardwalk and beautiful natural areas at Sunset Bay, Lighthouse Beach and the Empire Lakes should also make it onto your list of places to enjoy. 

Portland is Oregon's most populated city, and it's three hours north of Florence. A stop in this eclectic city treats visitors to an incredible amount of cool and unusual things to do at local hotspots like Voodoo Doughnut and the Rimsky-Korsakoffee House. There are also more than 200 craft breweries in the city to sample, making this destination city a place you'll want to spend at least a week exploring. 

Explore Florence, Oregon in an RVshare RV Rental

Florence is a small coastal city that was originally a Native American settlement inhabited by the Siuslaw tribe 9,000 years ago. The city's optimal location along the Siuslaw River and close proximity to the surrounding estuaries provided vital sustenance for the Siuslaw people for hundreds of generations. With the coming of modern settlers in the late 1800s, lumber and fish canning industries were established, and Florence became a city in 1893. 

Known as Oregon's Coastal Playground due to its myriad sandy beaches and rolling dunes, Florence was the inspiration for the "Dune" science-fiction franchise. Visitors flock to areas such as Heceta Beach and the North and South jetties to surf, scuba dive, beach comb, and hike the dunes. At Heceta Head, you can go on sightseeing tours of the lighthouse and hike the Hobbit Trail to Hobbit Beach. If you just can't wait for the snow, head to Sand Master Park for a day of sandboarding. 

Historic Old Town Florence adds to the charm of the area with quaint shops that line the riverfront and restaurants that serve some of the best seafood on the coast. Museums in town retell the history of the region and honor the veterans of the armed forces at the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum and the Oregon Coast Military Museum. At Exploding Whale Memorial Park, you can learn about one of the most unusual events in Florence's history. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Eugene, Oregon - Eugene sits in the epicenter of four national forests and is the midway point between Portland and Medford. This city is a great jumping-off area for outdoor adventures and for experiencing the natural and cultural vibes of Oregon. 

  • 50+ Restaurants 
  • 10+ Gas Stations
  • 2 Nearby Rest Areas
  • 5 Nearby Campgrounds
  • 10+ RV Parks
  • 5+ Dump Stations
  • 1 Nearby National Park
  • 4 Nearby National Forests
  • 3 Nearby State Parks

Salem, Oregon - Salem lies in the heart of the Willamette Valley and is the capital of Oregon. The history of the city makes it a great place to learn more about the state while enjoying public gardens, museums, riverfront carousels, and restaurants serving delicious dishes. 

  • 10+ Restaurants
  • 10+ Gas Stations
  • 1 Nearby Rest Area
  • 2 Nearby Campgrounds
  • 5+ RV Parks
  • 5+ Dump Stations
  • 3 Nearby National Forests
  • 5+ Nearby State Parks

Coos Bay, Oregon - Coos Bay is a coastal city south of Florence with plenty of beautiful lighthouses, museums, and parks to explore. 

  • 10+ Restaurants
  • 10+ Gas Stations
  • 1 Nearby Rest Area
  • 5 Nearby Campgrounds
  • 5 RV Parks
  • 2 Dump Stations
  • 1 Nearby National Park
  • 2 Nearby National Forests
  • 5+ Nearby State Parks

Best National Parks Near Florence, Oregon

Oregon is home to Crater Lake National Park — one of the most unique and historic national parks in America. The park's location in the Cascade Range in the southern part of the state makes it a mecca for outdoor recreation. Visitors can enjoy views of Crater Lake from 30 overlooks, hike and bike on 90 miles of trails, and cruise around on historic Rim Drive, a 33-mile stretch that circles the lake. Notable places to explore in the park include Phantom Ship, Wizard Island, and Plaikni Falls. 

Though Mount Rainier National Park and Olympic National Park are located several hours to the north in Washington state, these breathtaking areas are chocked full of adventurous activities and diverse landscapes that are well worth experiencing. 

Popular State Parks Near Florence, Oregon

Several scenic state parks are located within easy driving distance of Florence. Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is a popular park that's known for its fantastic array of activities that include hiking, fishing, paddling, and picnicking. Visitors can visit the Umpqua River Lighthouse, which is just half a mile from the park. Salmon Harbor Marina is also nearby and is an excellent place for crabbing and fishing along the Oregon coast. The campground at this park features 12 full hookup sites, flush toilets, and showers. Reservations can be made six months in advance. Umpqua Lighthouse and Salmon Harbor are both less than 30 miles south of Florence. 

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is another favorite, and it's located just 3 miles south of Florence. The park is situated on Cleawox Lake, a great place to kayak, swim, and fish. Soft dunes blanket the area and are perfect for hiking. Camping is also available year-round. For more places to enjoy the beauty of Oregon's coast, South Beach State Park and Sunset Bay State Park are treasured spots.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Florence, Oregon

The small coastal city of Florence has some memorable Oregon landmarks of its own. The Siuslaw River Bridge is one of the town's most impressive landmarks. Opened in 1936, the mechanical draw bridge features four Art Deco-style obelisks that once served as living quarters for the bridge operator and storage for mechanical equipment. You'll enjoy viewing its magnificent architecture and learning about the history of the area from the outdoor platform at the interpretive center below. Historic Old Town Florence is renowned for its antique stores, wine bars, museums, coffee shops, and restaurants that serve crab chowder year-round. The scenic boardwalk is lined with more historic buildings and landmarks that overlook the harbor, and it's home to Florence Farmers Market in the summer. 

Upcoming Events Near Florence, Oregon

  • Rhododendron Festival - Enjoy parades, carnival rides, and delicious fare at Oregon's second-oldest annual flower festival held every third weekend in May. 
  • Circles in the Sand at Heceta Beach - Guests can enjoy beautiful seaside views and intricate sand drawings at this event that celebrates love and kindness every October. 
  • Florence Winter Music Festival - This two-day annual event in January features Americana, folk and bluegrass music, workshops, libations, and local foods. 

Popular POI Activities Near Florence, Oregon

  • Siuslaw River - Visitors can explore the river on whitewater rafting and kayaking adventures or fishing and floating excursions. 
  • Heceta Beach - Seven miles of shoreline offer chances to find sand dollars and go whale watching, and the Heceta Head Lighthouse uphill has spectacular views of the ocean. 
  • Sweet Creek Falls Trail - This easy 2.2-mile trail in the Siuslaw National Forest leads hikers to Sweet Creek Falls, a four-tiered waterfall that's 70 feet tall. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

Great RV parks and campgrounds near Florence combine Oregon's beautiful scenery with excellent amenities. Located just a few miles outside of Eugene off Hwy 58, Black Canyon Campground has miles of trails for visitors to explore on foot, horseback, or bike. Each of the 75 sites at the campground contains a picnic table, fire ring, and grill. Deerwood RV Park is another great location in Eugene that provides campers with a quiet place to relax in a lush, wooded setting. You'll enjoy private showers, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and full hookups at this big-rig-friendly park. Premier RV Resorts of Eugene Oregon, 13 miles northwest of downtown Eugene, is one of the few area campgrounds with a pool. It offers a rustic setting close to city conveniences. River trails, wineries, and championship golf courses are nearby.

Best RV Dump Stations Near Florence, Oregon

On your travels, you'll have plenty of Oregon dump stations to choose from. Many facilities offer 24/7 access, and they have non-potable and/or potable rinse water to clean out your tanks. Dump stations are commonly found at state park campgrounds and RV parks. Some allow guests to use the sewer hookups for free while others may charge a nominal fee. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Florence, Oregon

Some of the best RV storage facilities are located in the nearby city of Eugene. One of the city's most popular storage facilities is Awbrey Lane RV & Boat Storage, which offers convenient 24/7 access, an on-site dump station, and affordable monthly rates. Trailers, boats, and vehicles can also be stored at this location. Eugene RV & Boat Storage is another favorite that has covered storage that accommodates rigs up to 75 feet, and uncovered storage can handle even larger RVs. The site has an RV wash station, a secure perimeter, and rates that start at $58 a month for a 25-foot rig.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Florence, OR

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Florence?

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 Florence, OR, 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 Florence?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Florence 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 Florence?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Florence, OR

National Parks Near Florence, OR

State Parks Near Florence, OR

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Florence, OR

Road Trips Starting from Florence, OR

RV Dump Stations Near Florence, OR
Salem is the capital of Oregon and sits alongside the Willamette River in the center of the Willamette Valley. It is also home to such attractions as the Hallie Ford Museum of Art and the Elsinore Theatre, and several Oregon RV dump stations can be found in the area. 
RV Storage Near Florence, OR
Oregon is home to a variety of great destinations that can be seen in comfort with an RV. Whether you’re visiting the Eugene area for nature or collegiate sports, you’ll have plenty of RV campgrounds from which to choose. You’ll want to protect your RV from Oregon’s winter weather, so you should find reliable RV storage Eugene. In no particular order, here are eight solid Eugene RV self storage facilities.
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