Camp in Idaho luxury with rental motorhomes

In my family, we camp a lot. Where we go camping differs depending on the season, the time we have and who we are going with. But there is one thing that is always the same: my wife will only go if we take the motorhome.

What my wife thinks camping should be like. Photo by Brian McGowan on Unsplash

What my wife thinks camping should be like.
Photo by Brian McGowan on Unsplash

We call our camping trailer the “Princess Palace” because it lets you camp like royalty and no boys are allowed inside. My wife and daughters love being in the great outdoors hiking and kayaking, but when it comes time to sleep they need the luxuries a tent can’t provide. This includes soft beds, space, a bathroom and no smelly boys.

I’m okay with this arrangement too because I love tent camping and seeing the stars through the mesh on top of the tent. It’s also nice because my wife and youngest daughter are talking (really screaming) in their sleep. I don’t need to hear that when they’re at Princess Palace and I’m in a tent.

Not everyone has an RV or vehicle that can tow a trailer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t camp comfortably anymore. There are online options where people will rent their camping trailer from you and some of them will even deliver it to your chosen location. You can find motorhome rentals on Facebook and on RV rental specific websites like RVEasy, Motorhome rentalsand RVShare.

Photo by Togo RV on Unsplash

Photo by Togo RV on Unsplash

Motorhome rental prices are comparable to Airbnb prices, except with a motorhome you have the bonus of going where you want.

The Most Unique Campsites in Idaho and Its Neighboring States

According to Love Explore, these are the most unique campsites in Idaho, its neighboring states, and California (because many of our new neighbors are from there.) If you visit any of them, be respectful and practice the seven Leave No Trace Principles.

Valley Village Glamping is perfect for people who hate camping

Valley Village is a tiny house and RV park located in Irwin, Idaho. It’s about a five-hour drive from Boise. A stay in one of their “glamping” tents costs around $115.

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