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There are plenty of well known states in the U.S. like Texas, New York, and California, but some cities can transcend even these states like the area of Beverly Hills. Known as the home of some of the most extravagant people in the world there aren’t many places like Beverly Hills. With so much to see, a Beverly Hills RV rental is a great way to travel to all of the can’t miss attractions.

Book an RV in Beverly Hills and you have a classic way to explore the lives of the rich and famous while staying comfortable during your stay. There’s so much more than just the beautiful people to see here. The central location of Beverly Hills means you can visit the amazing city of Santa Monica which is less than half an hour away or the the sprawling city of Los Angeles in less than an hour. There’s plenty of nature in the surrounding area if you like to relax after the hustle and bustle of some of California’s largest cities - the Angeles National Forest is only 40 miles away. The sun seems to shine a bit brighter in Beverly Hills so rent an RV and get outside to see for yourself.

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The Great Outdoors

Most people don’t visit Beverly Hills for its collection of natural areas, especially since the property value makes it hard to find the space. Still there are plenty of extraordinary spots to visit while you are in the area. Drive your Beverly Hills motorhome rental over to Beverly Gardens Park to start your trip off on the right foot. This nearly 2 mile linear park has unique exhibits all along the way making it great for an extended stroll. Stop by the Beverly Canon Garden there and take in some stunning landscaping. If that isn’t stunning enough, head over to the Virginia Robinson Gardens and remember to breathe. This spot combines a historic mansion with period gardens for an unforgettable experience.

A travel trailer rental in Beverly Hills also has more down to earth areas like Coldwater Canyon Park. A popular space for camping out and having a nice picnic. This area brings the wilds to the city with its rustic appeal. This is one of the nicest public parks you will ever visit. You should also take the time to visit Will Rogers Memorial Park with its gorgeous landscaped plaza. Here you can enjoy creatures like turtles, and goldfish who have made this oasis in the city their home. Relaxation is very easy when you are walking the trails of a park that feels like a scene out of a movie.

If you are really trying to enjoy nature, try the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area in Los Angeles for the largest nature park in the area. Then head up to Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook and catch a view of the city at its most magnificent. Who would've thought an RV rental in Beverly Hills, CA would have so many fantastic nature spots?

RV Parks

When it comes to finding a place to park your RV during your trip, you’ll likely need to look outside of Beverly Hills. One option is Hollywood RV Park in in Van Nuys about half an hour away.The lots aren’t huge, but the scenery and murals throughout the park are unique. The sites are full hookup and you have access to a gym and Wi-Fi. The location is very central so shopping and restaurants are easily within reach.

Dockweiler RV Park in Playa Del Rey, about 15 miles away is another option for your Beverly Hills, California RV rental. This is a beautiful beachside RV park offers sites with panoramic views from Malibu to Catalina Island. The full hookup sites are convenient with access to laundry and shower facilities. There are places to eat down the coast and shopping and gas a few minutes inland.

About 20 miles north in your RV and you’ll be at Walnut RV Park in Northridge. Enjoy the peace and quiet in this quaint park while still having multiple options for shopping and eating nearby since it is right in the middle of the city. There’s full hookups and a pool where guests can enjoy a cooling dip.

Exploring the City

It is extremely hard to narrow down all the great attractions in Beverly Hills. Beyond the food and overall atmosphere, there are just so many cultural landmarks to check out. Whether you are walking down Sunset Boulevard or shopping on Rodeo Drive the options are almost limitless.

You could take your Beverly Hills luxury RV rental to the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, or the Los Angeles County Museum of Art if you are interested in the local culture. Then you can head over to The Grove or The Original Farmers Market for a more down to earth look at the heart of the Beverly Hills community. Make sure you also check out the Greystone Mansion and explore Melrose Avenue. There’s just so much to do and see in Beverly Hills that you’re sure to have an amazing and memorable vacation.

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