If you’re traveling to New England, there is an abundance of housing options at all price points if you’re looking for a rental home. In most cases, the same rental homes are listed in multiple directories: VRBO, Airbnb and HomeAway. We’ve gathered a list of the top VRBO rental properties for each state in New England below.
Campers & RVs
Like rental homes, you’ll also find numerous options available if you’d like to travel with a camper. You should start by perusing the campervan national directory. If you go this route, make sure the vehicle you’re renting is well maintained, offers insurance and accommodates your group comfortably. While there are various options for renting campers, we prefer Outdoorsy as our partner of choice based on their solid insurance policy, easy-to-use rental interface and because you can find a rental camper in most states using their website. We’ve taken some of the work out of the process for you by organizing their lists into New England states. You’ll also need to add your dates and group size as you begin your search.
VW Buses, Vanagons & Others
If you’re seeking some adventure, why not consider renting a VW bus or vanagon during your trip. While there aren’t any options in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont or New Hampshire, you can find several VW Camper rental businesses in Maine. Here are a few you can start with.
Unlike the West Coast where a lot of the campgrounds are managed by state or federal park systems, many of New England’s campgrounds are private and managed by an individual or family. While this definitely creates a lot of variety in the type of campsites you’ll find, you need to be more careful when sizing up a potential campground destination. Like our other accommodation lists, we’ve organized the primary campground websites below into states.