RV Rentals in Uvalde, Texas

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Grand Design Reflection 315RLTS

Grand Design Reflection 315RLTS

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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88.2 miles from Uvalde, TX
$120
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cruiser shadow crusier 240 BHS

cruiser shadow crusier 240 BHS

2018 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 7
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74.8 miles from Uvalde, TX
$75
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Winnebago Minnie Winnie 25B

Winnebago Minnie Winnie 25B

2017 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 7
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77.6 miles from Uvalde, TX
$225
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Grand Design Transcend 29TBS

Grand Design Transcend 29TBS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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66.8 miles from Uvalde, TX
$140
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Chinook DREAM D260BH

Chinook DREAM D260BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 7
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66.3 miles from Uvalde, TX
$99
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Keystone RV Hideout 308BHDS

Keystone RV Hideout 308BHDS

2021 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 10
Offers Delivery
71.4 miles from Uvalde, TX
$138
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Jayco Alante 29S

Jayco Alante 29S

2020 / Class A Motor Home
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
69.9 miles from Uvalde, TX
$215
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Popular RV Rentals Near Uvalde, Texas, for Any Budget

Rent an RV to enjoy all that Uvalde and the surrounding areas offer, including spectacular scenery, friendly people and great attractions. You can make this trip sooner than you think because travel trailers start at just $80 a night, and Class C motorhomes begin at about $175. If you dream of cruising down the highway in a Class A motorhome, find them starting at about $150 per night. You can get one delivered if you are not used to driving a vehicle the size of an average bus.

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Uvalde, Texas, No Matter the Duration

San Antonio is a fantastic city to explore. Learn about the brave men who helped settle Texas by visiting the Alamo. Then walk a short distance to the Towers of the Americas, and enjoy delicious slow-roasted prime rib while gazing at the stunning views of the city far below. You may also want to spend a day exploring the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park or see the animals at the San Antonio Zoo.

Austin is an exciting city to visit, and you will want to take in the many live music venues along Sixth Street. Spend part of an afternoon exploring the state capitol before heading to the nearby Congress Avenue Bridge. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at Counter Café or Paperboy. 

Laredo is considered to be an international city since it is right on the border with Mexico. You will want to peer through the telescopes at the TAMIU Planetarium. Try your luck fishing at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, which is also an excellent place for a bike ride.

Explore Uvalde, Texas, in an RVshare RV Rental

Seminole, Tonkawa, and Lipan Apache Native Americans were the first settlers in the Uvalde area. After Reading W. Black opened a general store and paid for plans for the city to be laid out in 1855, the tribes did their best to discourage settlers from moving to this area. Not to be deterred, Black expanded his businesses to include an orchard, lime kiln, and two rock quarries. The community named after Spanish Governor Juan de Ugalde was named the county seat in 1856, and a post office opened a year later. The community grew steadily after federal troops returned to Fort Inge in 1865 and became an important shipping point on the Galveston, Harrisburg, and San Antonio Railway. There were over 80 businesses open in Uvalde in 1914.

Many influential people have ties to this city, which is located about 83 miles west of San Antonio. Dolph Briscoe Jr. served as a state legislator until voters made him governor in 1972 and re-elected him in 1976. After leaving office, he returned to Uvalde, where he ran a successful oil and cattle company. Another influential citizen was John Nance "Cactus Jack" Garner, who served as the vice president of the United States from 1933 to 1941. You will want to learn more about these men and the city's history by visiting the Briscoe-Garner Museum, located in Garner's former home. 

World War II saw many people coming to Uvalde as the Garner Field Airport was one of only eight flight schools used to train World War II pilots. The main airport had six runways, and there were two nearby fields used for additional training and parking. The airport was turned over to the Army Corps of Engineers when the training facility closed on June 30, 1945, and it became a civilian airport. You will want to learn more about this by visiting the airport's Aviation Museum. While there, get a delicious hamburger for lunch at the Hanger 6 Air Café, or start your day here with one of its hearty breakfast options.

Uvalde is a thriving community of about 16,000 people. One unique place that you may want to consider visiting is Ox Ranch. This ranch has been used for many purposes, including as a sheep ranch in the 1870s. It was used by Buffalo Soldiers and was part of the Garner Field Training School. In 1948, the ranch belonged to Governor Briscoe, who had the government construct a dam to improve fishing conditions for his important political guests. You can drive and shoot tanks, feed giraffes, and stay in a World War II barracks during your visit. Arrowheads and bird points over 8,000 years old have been unearthed on this property, and guests can take home what they find. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Del Rio – About 36,000 people live here, which is the county seat of Van Verde County. History lovers will want to explore the recreated pioneer village at Whitehead Memorial Museum before heading to Val Verde Winery, one of the state's oldest wineries. The largest employer in the area is Laughlin Air Force Base. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 16 Campgrounds 
  • 17 RV Dump Stations

Carrizo Springs - This community of about 6,000 people is home to ranches to hunt duck, dove, turkey, deer, and hogs. Mt. Hope Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in West Texas and houses the graves of 15 Texas rangers.

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 20+ Campgrounds 
  • 14 RV dump stations 

Hondo – This city is the county seat of Medina County. It has about 8,000 residents. Head to the Medina County Museum to learn more about this city's history. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 10 Gas Station 
  • 8 campgrounds 
  • 1 Nearby RV Dump Station

Best National Parks Near Uvalde, Texas

Big Bend National Park is about 283 miles west of Uvalde, and it is the perfect place to visit for those who love solitude. This national park has four developed campgrounds and numerous areas for backcountry camping. A great way to get an overview of this park is to follow the Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive. There are over 150 miles of hiking trails. This park is also a fantastic place for a multiday canoeing adventure. There are excellent roads for off-roading at this park.

Popular State Parks Near Uvalde, Texas

Garner State Park is a beautiful place to dance to the music coming from the jukebox in the park's pavilion on summer nights. The Frio River that winds through this 1,774-acre property is a fantastic place to go fishing and swimming. The river is also an awesome place for a floating adventure. You can rent paddleboats, kayaks, and inner tubes from the park's office. 

Lost Maples State Natural Area is especially popular in the fall when the Uvalde bigtooth maples display their brilliant colors. This park features over 10 miles of hiking trails, including some running through a deep canyon. The Sabinal River or Can Creek are great places to fish.

Kickapoo Cavern State Park is an excellent place for those who love mountain biking and hiking. You will want to follow the Armadillo Lookout Trail to view the scenery on this park's south end. While you need special permission to enter, there are 20 caves at this park near Brackettville. There is one guided tour on the weekends. End your visit at the Stuart Bat Cave to see the bats leave the cave at sunset. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Uvalde, Texas

Head south from Uvalde about 39 miles, and you will be in Crystal City. You will want to see the Popeye statue in front of the city hall. The statue of Popeye smoking a pipe was installed in 1937 to celebrate this city's connection with spinach. The town is called the Spinach Capital of the World because it grows about 88 percent of the spinach in the United States. During the Great Depression, this city canned about 10,000 cans of spinach daily.

Upcoming Events Near Uvalde, Texas

  • Rio Frio Fest - Hear over 20 country musicians perform during this three-day festival held in March at the House Pasture Cattle Company.
  • Uvalde Honey Festival – Join the fun at this June festival at Uvalde's Union Memorial Park, and take selfies in honeybee-inspired photo booths, eat honey and learn more about honeybees.
  • Palomino Fest and Pro Rodeo – Watch the cowboys perform and the heritage parade as it travels down the main street at this Labor Day weekend festival centering around the Uvalde County Fairplex. 
  • 4 Square Shopping Festival – Businesses stay open late in the downtown area for this festival held every second Friday of the month.

Popular POI Activities Near Uvalde, Texas

  • Chalk Bluff Park - Swim, fish, kayak, tube, hike, birdwatch, and pet animals at this resort with a campground.
  • Frio River – Plan a float trip on this river. Many area campgrounds offer direct access or lead to Garner State Park. 
  • Frio Cave – Watch as 10 to 12 million Mexican free-tailed bats fly out of this cave nightly from March to September.
  • Fort Inge Historical Park - Often open only on weekends, this historical fort is a great place to learn about the first federal soldiers in this area.
  • Cook's Slough Sanctuary – This 25-acre facility is a great place to go birding because there are two bird blinds and five shaded resting areas.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

There are many great campgrounds in Texas, and you may want to consider staying at those in the Del Rio area. Hidden Valley RV Park provides a laundromat, exercise room, and large sites with full hookups. You may also want to consider staying at Lonesome Dove RV Park, which has a laundromat and a game room. Another great option is American Campground, which is located very close to Lake Amistad.

Best RV Dump Stations Near Uvalde, Texas

While major cities, like San Antonio and Austin, have RV dump stations, you can also find local options at Chalk Bluff Park and Quail Springs RV Park.

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Uvalde, Texas

If you need to store your RV for any reason, you may want to consider using Del Rio RV storage facilities. Options include Del Rio Self Storage and Maverick Self Storage, which both offer indoor storage for RVs. You may also want to think about the outside storage at R & J Country Storage.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Uvalde, TX

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

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 Uvalde, TX, 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 Uvalde?

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

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

RV Rentals Near Uvalde, TX

National Parks Near Uvalde, TX

State Parks Near Uvalde, TX

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Uvalde, TX

RV Dump Stations Near Uvalde, TX
Visitors to San Antonio often take time to explore the River Walk, lively Pearl District and historic Alamo. This metro area in south-central Texas is also home to many travel plazas with affordable RV dump stations Texas.
RV Storage Near Uvalde, TX
The area surrounding Del Rio, Texas, provides some interesting and unique RV getaways like Amistad National Recreation Center and San Felipe Springs. If you just purchased your RV or plan to purchase an RV soon, you can rent a place to safely park it, too. Covered or interior storage parking helps you maintain the exterior of your recreational vehicle while exterior parking can provide the ease of a pull-through space. Protect your RV from Texas thunderstorms, strong winds and winter weather at any of these facilities, which are listed below in no particular order.
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