When you’re road-tripping to Grand Canyon National Park, don’t forget to grab an Escape Campervan rental. Begin your road trip at our Phoenix camper van rental location. Then start your journey to see the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, the Rim Trail, and everything the Grand Canyon offers. With a Grand Canyon campervan rental, you’re able to pack your things in a mobile home base. Then, after a long day, cook an amazing meal using your mobile kitchen and relax in a soft, queen-size bed.
RVs Too Large? Get A Grand Canyon Camper Van Rental For The Ultimate Experience
You’ve most likely heard of people who had a Grand Canyon RV rental for their road trip destination getaway, and you may be wondering if you should rent an RV or a camper van, but there are many reasons to book a camper van rental instead. An Escape Campervan rental includes many of the same amenities that an RV does, but in a cooler, more agile package. Similar to an RV, a campervan offers a working kitchen, a table and seating, and a queen-size bed. However, it’s all more compact so that it’s easy to use. The bed and kitchen only unfold when you need them.
When you get a camper van rental, your adventure isn’t confined to the main roads or those crowded RV campsites. Camper vans can easily use more secluded tent sites. And camper vans don’t require the electric or sewer hookups like an RV does. Also, camper vans are a great option for dispersed camping!
But Which Escape Camper Van Should You Rent For The Grand Canyon?
There are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on which Escape Campervan to take to the Grand Canyon. We have the Mavericks camper van and Big Sur camper van at the Phoenix camper van rental location. Looking for something a little smaller? The Santa Cruz camper van is available at our Las Vegas camper van rental location, which is only about four hours from the Grand Canyon.
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 perfect for private getaways to the Grand Canyon. But it can sleep 5, so it can fit friends or children, too. We also offer rooftop sleepers if you’d like your kids to sleep on their own.
If you’d like extra room for your family, or if you’re planning on a longer, more epic trip, look into the Big Sur camper van. 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 unfold your queen-size bed. The Big Sur also includes extra storage space. So feel free to bring a fun toy like an inflatable paddleboard. You can also use the optional rooftop sleeper.
For solo travelers or couples, we recommend the Santa Cruz camper van model. This camper van gives you the usefulness of our bigger campervan models in a smaller form.
Escape Campervans camper van rentals include our one-of-a-kind hand-painted exteriors that let you show your adventurous spirit. You can also rent camper van extras for the Grand Canyon like picnic tables, tents, and child safety seats to make your trip even better. And with each rental, you’ll get excellent customer care and 24/7 roadside assistance at no charge!
Where Will You Pick Up Your Grand Canyon Camper Van Rental?
You’ll need to pick up your Escape Campervan camper van in Phoenix to begin your campervan vacation to the Grand Canyon. We’re located on East Jefferson Street, which is just a brief Uber, Lyft, or cab ride from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Our Phoenix campervan depot staff will walk you around your Escape campervan so you learn how to use its features.
Remember to ask any questions you may have before leaving — especially about Grand Canyon National Park. We’ll offer recommendations that will help you get the most out of your campervan rental and road trip!
The Best Way To Get To the Grand Canyon From Phoenix
Starting from the Phoenix Escape depot, it’s roughly four hours to the Grand Canyon, heading north along I-17. Once you reach Grand Canyon National Park, drive through the East Side Entrance. Admission is $35/car for seven days, but is included in the National Park (America the Beautiful) annual pass.
The Best Campsites At Grand Canyon National Park
Like most visitors, you could stay at Mather Campground on the South Rim or Trailer Village, which has full hook-ups. You’ll want to call first, though, as you may need reservations — especially in the high season from May to September.
For some hidden gem campsites, stay at the Desert View Campground or North Rim Campground. Or try dispersed camping in the Grand Canyon in your Escape campervan. Remember, dispersed camping means roughing it without restrooms, showers, or fire rings, so use the Leave No Trace principles.
Book Your Escape Campervan And Visit Grand Canyon National Park Today!
It’s the perfect time to see why a Grand Canyon campervan rental is the best way to go on a Southwest road trip! To start off your campervan adventure, book your camper van rental now. Or phone 877-270-8267 to personally talk with our reservations team. Then get ready for an unbelievable trip to the Grand Canyon!