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Set among rugged terrain in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains, Alpine, CA, is a charming town surrounded by a combination of desert landscape, forest, undulating hills, lakes, and state parks. If nature is what you’re looking for, then you’re sure to find it when you rent an RV in Alpine, California. Take a drive to the El Cajon Mountains, hike the peaks of Viejas Mountain, or visit settlements in the Galloway, Puetz, or Japatul Valleys. Agriculture is of huge importance in this region too and there are plenty of orchards, wineries, and breweries where you can taste the local produce.
Even if you’re more of a city fan than a wilderness explorer an RV rental in Alpine still has something to offer. There’s plenty to do in town, from shopping to dining and beer tasting. Plus, the seaside city of San Diego is only 30 miles away. So why wait? Book an RV in Alpine today.
There’s no shortage of outdoor adventures and recreational activities to get involved in when you have a luxury RV rental in Alpine. The only difficulty is deciding where to begin your trip.
One hour’s drive northeast of Alpine, via the CA-79, is Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. With more than 600,000 acres to its name, this state park hosts a variety of desert gardens and wildflowers as well as canyons, high peaks, rocky ridges and even a section of the famous 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail. The trail traverses five of California’s state parks. Hardy hikers can prepare themselves for tougher treks on the some of the self-guided nature loops such as the Elephant Tree Nature Trail, Cactus Loop Nature Trail, or the Borrego Palm Canyon Nature Trail. Even visitors who prefer to drive will have something to do at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Erosion Road is a 21-mile one-way road which begins at the visitors center and continues along through the Borrego Badlands. From the comfort of an Alpine RV rental, you’ll be able to see fantastic geological formations, canyons, moon-like desert landscape, and breathtaking vista points.
Farther north is Cleveland National Forest, home to Cedar Creek Falls, Bear Valley, and the goldspotted oak borer beetle. Nature lovers can identify many species of plants by walking the El Cariso Nature Trail or the San Juan Loop. Meanwhile, adrenaline seekers can go mountain biking on trails in the Corral Canyon, Laguna Mountain, Los Pinos, and Ortega Highway areas. Aside from the Pacific Crest Trail, hikers can walk the easy and level Big Laguna Trail and Observatory Trail, or hop onto the more challenging Morgan Trail, Wild Horse Trail, and Secret Canyon Trail. This national forest also welcomes horseback riders, ATV drivers, and picnickers. There are a number of campsites inside the forest which accommodate your Alpine travel trailer rental.
A little closer to home is Cuyamaca Ranch State Park which offers scenic hiking and tranquil camping at Green Valley and Paso Picacho. These campsites are set among colorful meadows and oak forests which are sprinkled with pines and trickling creeks. Some of the most popular trails begin from either of these campsites including hikes to Cuyamaca Peak and Stonewall Peak. In addition to hiking, the park's 100 miles of trails are suitable for biking and horseback riding. Visitors can get their toes wet at Lake Cuyamaca, where you can rent boats or swim. Alternatively, daytime visitors can take advantage of the picnic and grilling areas dotted about the park.
Around Alpine, there are a plethora of places where you can park your Alpine RV rental by owner and get a good night’s sleep. Many of the nearby state parks, including Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Cleveland National Forest, and Anza Borrego State Park have basic RV camping facilities in specified areas of the park.
If you’d prefer to stay a bit closer to town then Rancho Los Coches RV Park in Lakeside, Oakzanita Springs RV Park, and Ma Tar Awa RV Park are all options. All three campgrounds offer sites with hookups, laundry facilities, showers and restrooms, dump stations, and Wi-FI. Ma Tar Awa RV Park is located inside the Viejas Reservation and also offers guests a swimming pool, jacuzzi, and arcade room.
Twenty miles west of Alpine is Santee Lakes Campground, in Santee. This campground offers sites with full hookups and use of WiFi. The campground is just a 20-minute drive from San Diego and some of the electricity is supplied by the on-site solar panels.
When you rent a motorhome in Alpine you can easily explore the town center and stock up on supplies for your outdoor adventures. Alpine Creek Shopping Center has everything you need, from hardware to food to fashion. It’s also a great place to fill your rumbly tummy. The center has a variety of restaurants serving anything from sushi to Mediterranean cuisine, Mexican dishes, and local brews.
To get outside near the city, you can also take the Alpine camper rental to the outlet mall nearby, or to Rancho Palo Verdes for light hikes and pleasant trails, Summers Past Farms in El Cajon, or to watch the art of sky falconry at a nearby falconry school. The possibilities are endless when you rent an RV in Alpine, CA.