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Information About Bell, CA

Set alongside the western shores of the Los Angeles River is the city of Bell. The varied landscape surrounding this suburban city is abundant with adventure opportunities and recreational activities. Visitors who pick up an RV rental in Bell will have the option of driving north to the Angeles National Forest, northwest to Topanga State Park, south to Cleveland National Forest, or west to the Pacific Ocean. You know there’ll be plenty to do when you book an RV in Los Angeles County.

The city itself is located in the suburbs of Los Angeles and resided in by many young families. It was incorporated into a city in 1927 and now houses many small businesses as well as an industrial sector. It's conveniently located between the Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) and the Long Beach Freeway (Interstate 10) and accessible via Highway 105 and Highway 710 which connects to Long Beach.

The Great Outdoors

Don’t miss the opportunity to drive your Bell RV rental into the rugged mountains of Angeles National Forest. This protected natural area is home to a plethora of wildlife and bird species along with an extensive variety of trees, plants, and flowers. Anyone visiting during the springtime will get to see hundreds of wildflowers, such as blue-eyed grass, golden yarrow, and purple nightshade, bursting into bloom. For the most spectacular panoramic views of the parks, visitors can take their RV on a scenic drive through the heart of the mountains on the Angeles Crest Highway.

This national forest encompasses both the San Angeles Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, covering a total area of 700,000 acres. When you rent an RV in Bell you’ll be a step away from the southern side of the park and a short driving distance from Big Santa Anita Canyon in Chantry Flat. This incredible waterway is located in the Front Country on the San Gabriel Mountains and, although it may not be as large as its name suggests, it makes a perfect day trip with your Bell RV rental by owner. As well as quaint waterside cabins and relaxing picnic areas, Big Santa Anita Canyon is the starting point for several hiking trails. The most popular trail connects to Sturtevant Falls which stands at 60 feet tall. A section of the annual Angeles Crest 100 Mile Run also traverses the park.

Topanga State Park is made up of 14,000 acres of rugged mountains, containing deep canyons and an abundance of multi-use recreational trails. Not only is the park located within the city boundaries of Los Angeles, making it one of the largest city-bound wildernesses in the country, but it’s also part of the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area. It sits on Highway 27 between Topanga Canyon to the west and the neighborhoods of Brentwood and Pacific Palisades to the south and is easily accessible with a motorhome rental in Bell. Topanga State Park is most popular with day hikers. There are a number of moderate to strenuous hiking trails, many of which start from Trippet Ranch. The Eagles Loop Trail offers incredible panoramic views from Eagles Rock, while the more challenging Santa Ynez Canyon Trail leads past sandstone formations to a small waterfall.

When you’re ready to take your RV on a road trip, consider driving south to the southernmost national forest in California. The Cleveland National Forest is one of the greatest highlights of San Diego County. It offers an interesting combination of dry canyons and desert scrub with lush pine and conifer forestry. The Mount Palomar State Park is the best place to begin exploring the area. At approximately 5,000 feet above sea level, visitors can enjoy cooler temperatures and undisrupted views from the Butchers Hill Lookout Point.

RV Parks

When you’re looking for a safe place to park your RV rental near Bell, the East Shore RV Park in San Dimas might be exactly what you want. It’s right in the edge of Angeles National Forest and the campground is kept secure by a ranger 24 hours a day. The park also provides conveniences such as an on-site market, Wi-Fi, restrooms, and laundry facilities. The park has a kid’s playground and a swimming pool too.

To stay somewhere a little more remote, you can take your Bell camper rental into the San Gabriel Mountain National Monument. The area is equipped with two rustic RV campgrounds; Manker Campground and Coldbrook Campground. Both sights are open between spring and fall and provide direct access to hiking trails and recreational activities, however, the camp facilities are very basic.

Explore the City

Bell, a town which takes its name from its pioneer founder, is proud to welcome visitors to its neat and tidy community. So, remember to take a day of your Bell travel trailer rental vacation to see some of its local highlights.

To learn more about the founder, visit the George James Bell House on Gage Avenue, the townhouse originally hosted the Bell Family before they relocated to Los Angeles. It’s built in a Victorian-era architectural style and inside there is a museum dedicated the life and achievements of Bell and his family.

After you’ve had your fill of history, take a stroll through Riverfront Park and watch river traffic passing from the banks of the Los Angeles River. This is a lovely place to spend an afternoon with the family. Kids can entertain themselves in the park’s playground while adults relax on the park benches. There are even ball courts for active travelers. You’ve got plenty of options for all the family to enjoy while you rent an RV in Bell, California.

RV Rentals in Bell, CA

Bell, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Bell. Outdoorsy's Bell RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Bell are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Lake Poway Park, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, Eaton Canyon Park, Angeles National Forest, and Sequoia National Park. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 90001, California, 90007, California, 90012, California, 90014, California, 90017, California, and 90018, California.

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Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop Sierra Madre California
Eaton Canyon Trail Pasadena California
Iron Mountain Trail Poway California
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Sturtevant Falls Trail Sierra Madre California
Etiwanda Falls Trail Rancho Cucamonga California
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
Runyon Canyon Trail Los Angeles California
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