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Beaumont grew as a stopping-off point for travelers making the long journey from the Mojave Desert to Los Angeles, and later for Los Angeles residents escaping the city for Palm Springs. When you book an RV in Beaumont, you can easily access California’s mountains, national and state parks, deserts, beaches and metropolitan areas. Los Angeles is only 90 minutes west, putting you within two hours of the Pacific coast. State and national parks are within 30 minutes’ drive, and the Coachella Valley, venue of the eponymous arts and music festival happening on April weekends, is 40 miles east. You can bring a Beaumont luxury RV rental there or search for an RV in Coachella to get you closer to action. To get around in Beaumont, make use of the Pass Transit buses that drive right through I-10, Beaumont’s main artery that also connects it to nearby Banning and Cabazon.
Beaumont residents are surrounded by breathtaking mountains, which means campers with a motorhome rental in Beaumont don’t have to travel far to enjoy the wonderful outdoors. Less than 10 miles northwest lies Bogart Park, where campers, hikers, bikers and horseback riders find 400 acres of forest and foothill meadows to burn off calories.
Oak Glen Preserve, about 17 miles north, is situated mile-high at the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains and is popular among the locals for its montane botanic gardens and 1.8-mile multi-use loop trail open year-round. Ten minutes to the south by the Beaumont travel trailer rental lies Wildwood Canyon State Park, where you can go for cycling, hiking, horseback riding or wildlife viewing. Keep an eye out for black bears, bobcats, skunks, gray foxes, and the occasional cougar using the canyon as a corridor from the San Bernardino mountains.
Take your Beaumont RV rental to Joshua Tree National Park to see how the Mojave and Colorado deserts look when they come together at this distinctive park. Marvel at how strong winds and the occasional torrential downpour shaped the land home to an intriguing variety of plants and animals, like the park’s namesake tree famous for its twisted and bristled branches. Coyotes, California mountain lions, desert bighorn sheep, and ringtails call this seemingly barren land home.
For a dose of whale watching, coastal scenery made more dramatic by sheer cliffs plunging into the ocean, and wine, arts, and culture sprinkled in between, you might want to embark on a journey north along the Pacific Coast Highway with the Beaumont RV rental. If you wish to be closer to where the PCH begins, book an RV in Los Angeles for an epic road trip all the way to San Francisco.
RV parks for the Beaumont RV rental by owner can be found within the city limits. Well-equipped campsites are available at the animal-friendly Country Hills RV Park, about 2.5 miles out of town, where you have access to full hookups and dump stations, laundry facilities, a swimming pool and spa, a clubhouse and volleyball court. Propane is sold onsite. A Walmart is less than two miles north, while a couple of gas stations are a little over a mile away.
Another pet-friendly RV park for your camper rental in Beaumont is Cherry Valley Lakes RV Resort, just five miles northwest, offering full hookups as well as a range of welcome amenities such as a Jacuzzi, a heated swimming pool, clubhouse, basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, children’s playground, stocked fishing ponds and a BBQ area. The nearest Walmart is on 2nd St., near Country Hills RV Park and eight miles south of the Cherry Valley Lakes RV Resort. There’s a 24-hour gas station three miles away and several 24-hour outlets within a five to six-mile radius. Farther out, but within 15 minutes’ drive from Beaumont, are Diamond Valley RV Park and Halo Resorts Fisherman’s Retreat.
Exploring the City
Many antique stores line Beaumont’s 6th Street, so if you love hunting for collectibles that are several decades old, take time to browse these quaint shops for vintage finds. Beaumont loves cherries and celebrates them with the annual Cherry Festival, held in June. Parades, concerts and car shows make up the main events, but the highlight of the festivity is when people pick their own cherries, which were planted in the valley in 1885. The valley was originally planted with apples, peaches, plums, olives, walnuts and apricots. If you want an active holiday, leave your RV rental in Beaumont and hit the trails surrounding the area, practice your swing at one of the city’s two 4-star golf courses, play ball in the city’s 20-acre sports park, or cool down in the municipal pool.