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Salt Lake City to Las Vegas One-Way Campervan Rental

Planning a road trip from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas? Did you know you can rent a campervan one way? Compare vehicles from several RV rental companies offering one way rentals from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas.

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Salt Lake City to Las Vegas One Way Itinerary

Part One: Salt Lake City, Utah to Helper, Utah

Distance: Approximately 161 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 1.5 to 2 hours


  • Salt Lake City's Temple Square
  • Utah State Capitol Building
  • Red Butte Garden and Arboretum

Part Two: Helper, Utah to Price, Utah

Distance: Approximately 24 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 20-30 minutes


  • Western Mining & Railroad Museum in Helper
  • Helper Main Street
  • Spring Glen, Utah (Historical Sites)

Part Three: Price, Utah to Green River, Utah

Distance: Approximately 145 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 1.5 to 2 hours


  • Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry near Price
  • Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum
  • Carbon County Event Center

Part Four: Green River, Utah to Moab, Utah

Distance: Approximately 80 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 1 hour


  • John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River
  • Crystal Geyser
  • Goblin Valley State Park

Part Five: Moab, Utah to Capitol Reef National Park, Utah

Distance: Approximately 274 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 3 to 3.5 hours


  • Arches National Park near Moab
  • Canyonlands National Park near Moab
  • Dead Horse Point State Park

Part Six: Capitol Reef National Park, Utah to Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Distance: Approximately 193 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 2.5 to 3 hours


  • Capitol Reef National Park
  • Scenic Drive and Petroglyphs
  • Capitol Gorge Trail

Part Seven: Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah to Cedar City, Utah

Distance: Approximately 129 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 1.5 to 2 hours


  • Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Bryce Point
  • Sunset Point

Cedar City, Utah to St George, Utah

Distance: Approximately 80 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 1 hour


  • Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City
  • Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
  • Southern Utah University

Part Nine: St George, Utah to Las Vegas, Nevada

Distance: Approximately 193 kilometers

Estimated Driving Time: About 2 hours


  • Snow Canyon State Park in St. George
  • Red Hills Desert Garden
  • Brigham Young Winter Home Historical Site

Frequently Asked Questions

Is free camping allowed in the US?

While free camping is only allowed in designated areas throughout the USA, there are plenty of locations in which you can do this.

Both the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management care for millions of acres of land where free camping is allowed.

Many retailers and casinos may also allow you to camp for a night in their parking lot with permission from the owner.

There are also truck stops and rest stops where you can pull up for a night, many of which have facilities included.

What are the differences between Class A, B, and C motorhomes?

A wide variety of motorhomes are available in the USA, from smaller station wagons up to large motorhomes. Some of the common types include:

  • Class A: (21-45 ft) The biggest and most expensive vehicles, they can be hard to manoeuvre if you are new to driving motorhomes but are often equipped with additional luxuries.

Class A motorhomes are often built on a commercial truck or bus chassis and run on either diesel or gas, depending on the type of engine.

Usually, Class A vehicles are fully loaded with all amenities and have a large living space.

  • Class B: (17-19 ft) Small and affordable, these vehicles are easier to drive and manoeuvre. Class B vehicles are often known as conversion vans and are built on a smaller chassis compared to Class A vehicles.

Some Class B vehicles include a toilet or freshwater tank, but not all do. Class B vehicles usually have basic cooking equipment, folding beds and limited storage space.

Class B vehicles are a good option for short-term getaways.

  • Class C: (30-33 ft) These vehicles are medium-sized, with moderate storage space and a few extra luxuries.

Class C vehicles are a smaller version of the Class A motorhome. They are built on a truck or van cutaway chassis and usually have a gas-powered engine.

Class C motorhomes generally have sleeping quarters above the cab and more sleeping space in the back. Some Class Cs also have a slide-out option that increases the living space when the motorhome is parked.

Class C vehicles come equipped with a good number of facilities, including a self-contained toilet, refrigerator, heating or AC, and cooking facilities.

Class C vehicles are very versatile and are great for both short- and long-term getaways.

Our comparison tool will show you the specifications of each vehicle available to help you find a camper suitable for your needs.

Can I travel from the US to Canada in my rental campervan?

This depends on the company. Several rental suppliers will allow you to travel to Canada in your rental vehicle, including Apollo, El Monte, Jucy, Campervan North America, Travellers Autobarn, Escape Rentals and Cruise America.

Please contact support for information on other suppliers. You must comply with visa and customs requirements at all times.

Are there any restrictions on where I can take my RV in the US?

Most rental companies only allow their vehicles to be driven on sealed/bitumen roads.

In addition, note the following restrictions regarding specific areas:

  • Mexico - With the exception of El Monte, travel to Mexico is prohibited in rental vehicles.
  • Death Valley - Restrictions can vary between suppliers but is generally allowed. However, travel may be restricted during certain times of the year. Check with your rental supplier for full details.
  • New York City/Downtown Manhattan - RVs are generally not allowed due to vehicle height restrictions around the city.
  • Canada - RVs are generally allowed; however, travel to certain locations may be restricted during colder seasons.

If you take your vehicle where it is not permitted, you will be liable for all damages incurred and an additional fine may be imposed.

Check your rental agreement for any further restrictions regarding your RV rental.

How much does it cost to stay at a campground or RV park?

A stay at an RV park will usually cost around $25–80 (USD) per night.

The cost of campgrounds has risen in recent years due to the popularity of RV vacations in the USA.

Does my motorhome come with unlimited mileage?

The majority of campervan rental suppliers in the US do not offer unlimited miles as a standard rental inclusion.

In most cases, miles (kilometres) are capped at a daily rate, and additional fees will be incurred if you exceed the limit. Additional miles can usually also be prepurchased in packages ranging from 100 miles up to unlimited. However, any remaining miles will not be refunded when the vehicle is returned.

Check our comparison tool for details.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.