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Book a Campervan Rental in Tennessee

Come visit the beautiful state of Tennessee that couldn’t be any sweeter. With scenic views and delicious dishes, rent your campervan now to experience why it's regarded as the match of Americana!

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in Tennessee

Vista Adventure Vans - Transit High Roof AWD

Ford Transit Extended (148" WB)

High Top in Chattanooga

$200/ night
Forest the Four Seater Ford Transit Campervan

Ford Transit Long (148" WB)

High Top in Cherokee County

$175/ night
Artemis-2020 Mercedes Benz Sprinter

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in Cherokee County

$185/ night

Tennessee is a nature lover's paradise with many diverse and explorable landscapes. The changing leaves in autumn and the mountain culture are just two examples of what you can experience, but there are also endless hiking trails or peaceful waterfalls to enjoy year-round!

The state’s Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the country's most-visited natural treasure with over 11 million people visiting the park each year. You can also try your hand at rafting on one of Tennessee's many rivers, zip-line through treetops in Gatlinburg, or explore a different national park every day with more than 50 to choose from!

The Tennessee hills are alive with the sound of music and adventure. From taking a campervan rental on scenic Appalachian Trail hikes to eating some delicious Southern BBQ, there's always something going down in this part of America. And don't forget Graceland! Elvis is everyone’s favorite king after all even if you're not really into country music or rock 'n' roll, there is no place like Tennessee.

Tennessee Fun Facts

The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is one of the most visited national parks in the United States, often seeing nearly 11 million visitors in a year.

Continuously running since 1925, the Grand Ole Opry is the oldest live radio show in existence.

If you can't make it to Greece, you can at least see The Parthenon when you visit Nashville, where a replica of the building stands in all its restored glory.

Tennessee has more species of trees than any other state.

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