RV for Rent – 2017 Coachmen Leprechaun 260QB

Motorhome Ventures is a family-owned RV rental company in North Austin. 

We offer a single 28-foot Class C motorhome – a 2017 Coachman Leprechaun 26QB. It has a single slide-out with a jacknife couch and overhead bunk. 

It is just the right size – perfect for families but also not too big if there’s just two of you.

Why rent from us?

  • We take the time to get you familiar with operating the RV
  • We are flexible – we will work with you on hours and terms
  • We are pet-friendly

Contact Us

To reserve or inquire further please call or email us:

Call or Text: 512-573-5577
Or send an email: austinrvrental@gmail.com

Rental Rates

Peak Rates

  • Summer and Holidays
  • $290 per night
  • $1827 / week
  • $3248 / 2 weeks
  • 4-night minimum

Off-peak Rates

  • When school is in session
  • $250 per night
  • $1575 / week
  • $2800 / 2 weeks
  • 2-night minimum

Peak Dates

  • March 16-24, 2019
  • May 25 – September 2, 2019
  • November 23-30, 2019
  • December 21, 2019 – January 2, 2020

What is Included?

  • 300 miles per day
  • $0.50 per mile each additional
  • 4 hours of generator use
  • $4 per hour each hour over
  • Insurance is included at state liability minimums


  • Daily or weekly charge plus $100 prep and cleaning fee is required for each rental
  • State of Texas motor vehicle rental tax of 10% on all rental charges
  • $500 deposit is due at time of booking
  • Balance is due at time of rental
  • $1000 Security deposit required in the form of a held check or credit card authorization
  • Security deposit is refunded upon return, minus cost of any damages or losses found during return inspection

Included Supplies

Kitchen supplies

Coffee Maker, Cups, Utensils (8 each), Dinner Plates (6), Small Plates (6) Bowls (6), Can Opener, Cooking Knife, Paring Knife, Cutting Board, Spatulas, Cooking Fork, Cooking Spoon, Scissors, Frying Pan (2), Sauce Pan Mixing bowls (2), Tupperware containers (6), Oven pad, Trivets (2), Dish towels (2), Salt and Pepper, Cooking Oil, Ziploc bags, Paper napkins, Paper plates, Paper cups, Plasticware Koozies

Utility Supplies

Tire pressure monitoring system, 30-Amp surge protector, Extension cords, Shovel, Work gloves, Disposable gloves, Potable water hose, Tank flush hose, Water pressure regulator, Water filter, Water Y-valve, Water 90 degree fitting, Garbage bags, Ropes, Bungees, Bucket, Sponges, Brushes, Jumper cables, Air pump (AC/DC), Various tapes, Toilet chemicals, Waterproof matches, Fire starters, Motor oil, Step stool, Sewer hose, Safety vest, Triangle safety reflectors, Hatchet, Bow Saw, Storage Bins, LED Rope Light

Linen Supplies

Queen fitted mattress protector, Queen sheet set, Twin sheets (3 sets), Towels (6), Hand Towels (4), Washcloths (4)

Outdoor Supplies

Portable grill, Grilling utensils, Table, Tablecloth, Lawn chairs, Sun shade, Outdoor mat

Cleaning Supplies

Waste basket, Portable Car Vacuum, Swiffer, Hand broom, Dustpan, Toilet brush, RV Toilet paper, Toilet chemicals, Dish soap, Kitchen cleaner, Glass cleaner, All-purpose cleaner, Sponges, Rags, Paper towels, Hand soap


Crescent wrench, Various screwdrivers, Pliers, Hex wrenches, Tape measure, Wire cutters, Wire tool, Multimeter, Scissors, Box cutters, Vise grips, Hammer, Chisel, Wire brush, Various tapes, Oil, Silicone, WD-40, Brushes, File, Spackle tool, Zip-ties, Glue, Epoxy

About Us

Monty Poppe family
Monty Poppe and family on an RV adventure to a lake in northern Minnesota

Monty has always wanted to be a business owner, and also loves the outdoors and traveling on long vacations to new places. The idea of an RV rental business was first introduced to him when he rented an RV in 2012 from an Iowa family so that he and his wife and kids could visit his extended family on farms in rural Iowa. It was a preacher’s side business and the trip to the farms and Mississippi river was a memorable one! The idea was further cemented while returning to Austin still strapped into a seat after a day’s long drive, watching all the RV parks and dealerships go by and thinking: “there’s a better way to do this!” That was the last small car 12-hour drive he put his family through. Now, don’t you want to offer your family a better way to vacation?