Your Provo Campervan Rental Starts With Escape
When you need a Provo campervan rental, come over to Escape Camper Vans. Our Salt Lake City campervan rental location is super close and just the way to kick off your next vacation. By grabbing your van in Salt Lake City, you’re ready to go to Antelope Island, the Natural History Museum of Utah, or “The Mighty 5” national parks. Or buckle up for a U.S. tour in your tricked-out campervan.
Why Drive A Campervan Rental For The Ultimate Road Trip
You don’t know the open road until you bring along your Provo campervan rental. Camp at a state park with no worry about rainy weather. Then, it’s off to anywhere you want on your personal time frame. With an Escape Campervan, you’re exploring as you feel in the moment, knowing that each campervan road trip is special.
Of course, you’ll need a fantastic campervan for an awesome campervan vacation! All our campers are easy to drive and are equipped with a bed, a two-burner propane stove in the rear kitchen, and an awesome look. Unlike a bulky RV, campervans handle like any car and should fit on most tent camping sites. You can even disperse camp in your Escape campervan — just take extra care to follow the Leave No Trace ideals.
What Provo Campervan Rental Will You Need?
You will have a few different models when picking out your Provo campervan rental. Most choices are between van size, passenger space, and where you’re going.
The Mavericks campervan is our most asked about van. With the Mavericks, there’s a comfy queen-size bed, a foldable table and benches, a dual-burner propane stove, a built-in fridge, and a sink. It’s a safe rental for a short getaway to Antelope Island. Or, the Mavericks also is large enough for a longer campout at Yellowstone National Park. Add on a rooftop sleeper, and your family of five all have a place to lay down.
On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park for all to enjoy the unique hydrothermal wonders. Today, millions of people come here each year to camp, hike, and enjoy the majesty of the park.
Yellowstone is open daily, year-round, although activities and services are limited at night and certain times of year. The park has five entrance stations, but not all entrance stations are open year-round. Make sure to carefully read about access at each station at different times of year. And remember, all dates are weather-dependent. Please note that camping is possible only in designated campgrounds.
Adjacent to the town of West Yellowstone, Montana, the West Entrance is usually open (weather-dependent) to wheeled vehicles from the third Friday in April through early November, and to tracked-oversnow (snowmobiles and snowcoaches) vehicles from December 15 to March 15.
Near the gateway community of Gardiner, Montana, the North Entrance is the only park entrance open to wheeled vehicles all year. November through April, the North Entrance provides the only access to Cooke City, Montana. US Highway 212 east of Cooke City is closed to wheeled vehicles November through April. The road from Mammoth to Norris opens to wheeled vehicles the third Friday in April through early November, and to tracked-oversnow vehicles, conditions permitting, from December 15 to early March.
Depending on the weather and conditions, this entrance usually opens to wheeled vehicles the first Friday in May and to tracked-oversnow vehicles December 22 through March 15.
Open (weather-dependent) to wheeled vehicles from the second Friday in May through early November and to tracked-oversnow vehicles from December 15 to March 15. Limited services are available near the South Entrance.
Near the gateway communities of Silver Gate and Cooke City, Montana, this entrance is open year around for wheeled vehicle access to Cooke City through Gardiner, Montana. US Highway 212 east of Cooke City is closed to wheeled vehicles November through April. Opening dates for roads east of Cooke City vary from year to year, depending on the weather. The Beartooth Highway is open from late May/early June (weather dependent) to mid October.
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The Big Sur campervan is a bit larger than our other models and brings you more legroom for your friends and family. You still get a pull-out kitchen in the back, but you won’t have to fold the back seats for your queen-size bed. The Big Sur is perfect if you want some more storage space or for those longer excursions out of state.
Need a deluxe bedding set, picnic table, or canopy for your Provo camper van rental? Venture over to all the extras and accessories that you can rent for your drive. And don’t worry, you’ll get superb customer service and around-the-clock roadside assistance as complimentary services!
Getting To Your Provo Campervan Rental
You start your road trip in Salt Lake City. Find the Escape Campervan depot on Colmar Ave., by the Salt Lake City International Airport. The fastest route to get to the depot from Provo is by taking Highway 15 and looking for the S. 900 W. ramp. You’ll find us at 968 W. Colmar Ave, and you long-term park your car at the Central Pointe Park & Ride parking lot. Some of our renters take a ride app, like Lyft or Uber, to travel to the depot.
Where To Go When You Pick Up Your Provo Campervan Rental
Once you pick up your camper van in Salt Lake City, head to Temple Square by using I-80. Or check out the Natural History Museum of Utah that’s just 5 miles away. Of course, you are driving a camper van, so it’s perfectly feasible to visit both in one trip! Over at the blog, you can find itineraries to see other places worth seeing around Salt Lake City and Provo.
How about a transcontinental road trip? It’s a snap to pull off when you take the highway 70 route. You can return your camper van at any Escape destination and grab a plane back home.
Reserve Your Escape Campervan To Start Your Adventure
To kick off your campervan road trip, rent a campervan. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to chat with our reservation specialists. We’ll try to answer all your questions and book your trip. Then tick off the days until you can explore the country in your Escape campervan!