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RV Rental Albuquerque, New Mexico, NM

Only 2 camper rental companies currently offer RV rental in Albuquerque. These  are Cruise America, the top-rated rental company in the United States, and El Monte, which runs a close second. You will have choice with the Cruise America C25 campervan or an El Monte C-22 campers both being widely sought after for ease of drive and base luxury, the price is also good. Enter your travel dates to see all the offers available and the wide variety of motorhomes available to pickup from Albuquerque.

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Visiting Albuquerque in the great southwest part of America is like stepping back in time to the old west except there are modern conveniences. This is also the place of the world's largest balloon festival that occurs in October each year.

There are numerous locations to pick up your rental RV in the Albuquerque area. By entering the dates you plan to travel along with the size of RV you need, the options available will appear for your review from our search engine.

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Cruise America RV Rental - ALBUQUERQUE DEPOT

The Cruise America RV Rental depot in Albuquerque is in Central Ave NE. The depot is about 7 miles from Albuquerque International Airport and about 11.1 miles from Downtown Albuquerque. Taxi fare costs approximately $30 from the airport and approximately $33 from the city.

Instant confirmation is normally available for the C25,C30 and C21compact plus, the C19 needs to be requested

KristiansandC21 - Compact Plus Motorhome

C25 Standard RV

C30 Large RV

If you choose one of the Albuquerque RV rentals from Cruise America, you will be spoilt for choice on road trips in a state dubbed the “Land of Enchantment.”  Please see below some suggestions of places to visit while travelling in your rental RV, starting off from New Mexico's largest city.

Cruise America - ALBUQUERQUE DEPOT


Albuquerque Motorhome Rental Road Trips

The city itself is at the base of the Sandia Mountains that provides spectacular views. To see the city from above is possible on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway.

For a trip into the history of the area don’t miss the Abo Pass Trail. This is in the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. This trail begins at the ruins of the Abo Pueblo City and takes the direction the natives used for trade with the other tribes on the plains hundreds of years ago.

The Jemez Mountain Trail Bypass is another scenic path where you can see the ruins of the Jemez Pueblos along with hot springs, dams and the wondrous rock formation of the Battleship Rocks. At the end of the Byway is the Fenton Lake State Park. At the park are RV hookups of electrical and sewer for only $18.

The Sandia Crest Trail Byway offers scenic view from the mountains of both the Cibola Forest and the city of Albuquerque. There are also picnic and recreational areas on this path into the mountains.

The Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway is the path to travel for history to be witnessed. On this trail are both history and art galleries along with the old Casa Grande Trading post and the Mine Shaft Tavern in Madrid.


Places to Park your RV

In the Albuquerque area are 4 RV parks and camp grounds you can set up base camp when exploring this wide open region of the country.

On the east side of town just off I-40 at exit 166 is the Albuquerque KOA Journey Park. This park has 157 slots available with a maximum length of 80’. There are full hookups and a pool, sauna, Wi-Fi and cable TV. This park is both child and pet friendly.

On the west side of the city is the American RV Resort off I-40 at exit 149. This is a full service RV park with electrical, water and sewage hookups in 219 slots. There is also Wi-Fi, Laundromat, store, pool and sauna to use. This camp ground is both child and pet friendly.

The High Desert RV Park is just east of the American RV Park off I-40. There are 75 slots will full service hookups. There is also Wi-Fi, Laundromat, store, propane for sale and a car repair facility.

The Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post was around and a stopping place for travellers on the Route 66 trail heading west. There are 135 slots available, with many of them providing full hookups. This is the location to park if you want a view of the 3 extinct volcanoes that are nearby. There is free Wi-Fi for guest to use along with the ability of renting a vintage trailer. The trading post was originally built in 1940 and has help travellers since then on their journey west. The services include a Laundromat, lounge, RV and propane supplies, and it is child and pet friendly.

Whether it is the old west or the historic Route 66 RV rental sites and sounds, Albuquerque is the place to explore on your next RV adventure. You can take a step back in time 60 years or several hundred all in one location.


Do I need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Albuquerque?

The minium age to rent an RV in Albuquerque is 21 with Cruise America are main RV rental supplier in New Mexico. If you enter the correct age for the driver, the booking engine the engine will filter out any campervans that are not available because of age restrictions

Are RVs pet-friendly in Albuquerque?

It will depend on the RV rental supplier, but we offer Cruise America and their campervans are pet friendly

Compare RV Rentals Albuquerque NM

To find a good deal on RV Rentals in Albuquerque, look at and compare all the available options. Motorhomes available from Cruise America include the C19 compact campervan that is best suited to 2 adults and 1 child. This also comes with shower and WC for your comfort and convenience. The C25 can cater for 5 persons, plus you have a fridge to keep refreshments and perishable items. Get started enter your camper holidays dates into the booking engine below and compare the costs with cruise America rental Albuquerque, nm