When you’re traveling to Death Valley National Park, make sure you book an Escape campervan. Start your unforgettable trip at our Las Vegas campervan depot. Then begin your journey to see Titus Canyon, the salt flats, and everything the park has to offer. With a Death Valley campervan rental you’re able to stow away your luggage and equipment in an easy-to-drive home base. Then, after a long day, make yourself a delicious dinner from your mobile kitchen and unwind in a soft queen-size bed.
*We strongly recommend that you don’t go to Death Valley between May 1 and September 30. During the summer, temperatures can reach 130 degrees in the valley. Our Roadside Assistance and Insurance will not cover you if your van breaks down during these months.
Forget RVs, Get A Death Valley Campervan Rental For The Ultimate Trip
You’ve probably known friends who used a Death Valley National Park RV rental for their vacation. However, there are many benefits of booking a campervan rental instead. An Escape campervan has many amenities that an RV does, but in a cooler, more agile form. Similar to an RV, a campervan comes with a kitchen, a table and bench, and a queen-size bed. However, all of it’s much more compact so that it’s easy to use. The bed only unfolds when you’d like to use it, and you just open the back doors to use the kitchen. So it’s like you have a hidden campsite ready to be unleashed at any moment.
When you get a campervan rental, your adventure isn’t limited to the main roads or full RV campsites. Your campervan can easily fit into more private tent sites. And campervans don’t require the electric or sewer hookups like an RV does. Campervans also work well for dispersed camping!
But Which Escape Campervan Should You Rent For Death Valley ?
Our most popular campervan is the Mavericks. This Escape campervan gives you a comfortable queen-size bed, foldaway in-van table and benches, a 2-burner propane stove, dual powered refrigerator, and a sink. The Mavericks is ideal for private getaways. But it can sleep 5, so feel free to bring the whole family. We also offer rooftop sleepers if you want your kids to sleep on their own.
If you need additional room for your family and gear, or if you’re planning on a longer road trip, looking into the Big Sur campervan. Here you get the same amenities as the Mavericks. Yet, it’s big enough that you don’t need to fold down the bucket seats to set up your queen-size bed. The Big Sur also has more storage space. So feel free to take extra gear for hiking. You can also get the optional rooftop sleeper.
For individual travelers or couples, we recommend the Santa Cruz campervan model. This model provides the functionalities of our larger campervan models in a smaller package. *The Santa Cruz is only offered at certain depots.
All campervans rentals include our one-of-a-kind hand-painted exteriors that let you show your adventurous side. You can even rent campervan extras for Death Valley such as picnic tables, tents, and child safety seats to make your trip even better.
Where Will You Pick Up Your Death Valley Campervan Rental?
You’ll want to pick up your Escape campervan in Las Vegas to start your campervan road trip to Death Valley. Find us on Service Ct, which is less than 15 minutes from McCarran International Airport. Our Las Vegas campervan depot staff will show you around your Escape campervan so you learn how to use its features.
Remember to ask any questions you have before you leave the depot — especially about Death Valley National Park. We’ll offer recommendations that will make you love your Escape campervan rental even more!
How To Get To Death Valley From Las Vegas
From the Las Vegas Escape depot, it should take about two hours to reach Death Valley, heading west on NV-160 E. Once you reach Death Valley National Park, go to the Furnace Creek Visitor Center. Entry fees are $30 per vehicle for 7 days. Entrance is free if you show a National Park pass (the American the Beautiful Annual Pass).
Great Campsites At Death Valley National Park
Like many Escape campervan renters, you could stay at Furnace Creek, which is open all year. The campsite takes reservations from Oct 15 – Apr 15 and is first-come first-served during the other months. Other popular campsites like Sunset or Texas Springs are closed for the summer, due to intense heat. They don’t take reservations at any time.
For out-of-the-way campsites, make your way over to Mesquite Spring or Wildrose. Or give dispersed camping a go just outside Death Valley in your Escape campervan. Just remember, dispersed camping sites don’t have any modern amenities, so use the Leave No Trace principles.
Book An Escape Campervan And Experience Death Valley National Park Today!
There’s no better time than now to see why a Death Valley National Park campervan rental is the best way to road trip! To begin your campervan trip, book your reservation today. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to personally talk with our reservations team. Then start counting down to your perfect road trip!
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