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Discover Buellton, CA

Buellton, California, sits between the Los Padres National Forest and California’s Pacific Coast, making it the ideal place to explore the Santa Ynez Valley and its surrounding mountains and coastline. Buellton is a short drive from major trailheads in the Los Padres National Forest as well as some of the most stunning beaches that the state has to offer, and after a day of outdoor adventures, you can unwind in Buellton at a local brewery or enjoy live music at one of the city’s many venues. When you book an RV in Buellton, you can explore all that the city and the Santa Ynez Valley have to offer, and this guide will help you plan your adventure.

The Great Outdoors

For outdoor adventurers, the main attraction of Buellton is its close proximity to the Los Padres National Forest. Buellton is just a short drive from the San Rafael Wilderness, a scenic swath of untouched wilderness in the San Rafael Mountains. Visitors to this area can choose one of eleven trailheads to explore this gorgeous stretch of mountains, including the highly-rated Grass Mountain and Ranger Peak Trails. You can also head southeast toward the Red Rock Trailhead, which follows the Santa Ynez River to the base of the Gibraltar Dam, or head further into the forest to the Matilija Wilderness. When you visit the national forest, however, keep in mind that you will need to drive along winding mountain roads, so leave your Buellton rental RV safely parked if you’re not an experienced driver.

Although visitors could spend weeks fully exploring Los Padres, Buellton has plenty more to offer outdoor adventurers. Head south on the 101 with the Buellton RV rental to Goleta to see Nojoqui Falls Park, where you can take a short hike to enjoy stunning natural waterfalls. You can also make the drive to the coast to enjoy the scenic beaches of the central California coast. If you continue to follow Highway 101 South in the Buellton motorhome rental, you’ll find Refugio State Beach and El Capitan State Beach, two pristine sandy beaches with camping along the shore. You can also enjoy the beauty of the Santa Ynez Valley within the city itself; you can stroll along the Santa Ynez River at River View Park, or you can let your furry friends off the leash at PAWS Park. When you rent an RV in Buellton, you can easily explore the mountains and coastline of central California.

RV Parks

As a hub for roadtrippers and outdoor adventurers, Buellton has plenty of RV parks in and around the city. If you want to stay in Buellton, check out Flying Flags RV Resort and Campground. The resort offers campsites with full hookups, and there is an on-site cafe, multiple pools, hot tubs, and even an on-site dog park. Another option is the River Park Campground in Lompoc. This RV campground sits along the Santa Ynez River and offers full amenities and hookups.

If you’re up for more of a journey with the Buellton camper rental, you can also find parks deep within Los Padres or along the coast. Figueroa Campground is just north of Santa Ynez atop Figueroa Mountain, and at the campground, RV renters can enjoy easy access to hiking and mountain biking trails as well as an on-site fishing area. However, this scenic campground does not offer hookups, so be prepared to rough it on the mountain. If you want to camp in Los Padres with more amenities, consider the Rancho Oso RV and Camping Resort in Santa Barbara, which has full hookups along with Wi-Fi, satellite TV, volleyball, and a pool and hot tub. If you need a break from the woods, head to the beach and check out Ocean Mesa RV and Campground. This scenic campground is just minutes from El Capitan State Beach, and it has full hookups and resort amenities. In Buellton and the Santa Ynez Valley, you’ll surely find a great place to park your rental RV.

Exploring the City

Although Buellton is a small city with just a few thousand residents, its convenient location along Highway 101 and Route 246 make it a popular tourist destination with plenty of shops, restaurants, and attractions.

One of the most unique attractions in Buellton is OstrichLand USA, a massive farm and petting zoo filled with ostriches and emus. Buellton is also known for its craft breweries and wineries. Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. and Firestone Barrelworks have both won national awards for their beers. Buellton also sits on the edge of the Santa Rita Hills wine region, which is famous for its pinot noirs and chardonnays. There is a custom wine crush facility that offers tours where visitors can learn about the winemaking process, and after your tour, you can enjoy a farm-to-table meal at the on-site restaurant. Many restaurants and breweries also frequently host live music at night, making them an ideal place to relax after a long day of adventuring.

RV Rentals in Buellton, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Buellton. Outdoorsy's Buellton 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 Buellton are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, Eaton Canyon Park, Angeles National Forest, and Sequoia National Park.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mishe Mokwa Trail to Sandstone Peak Malibu California
Caballero Canyon Trail Tarzana California
Malibu Lake Trail Calabasas California
Towsley Canyon Loop Trail Newhall California
Escondido Falls Trail Malibu California
Paradise Falls Trail Thousand Oaks California
Bishop Peak Trail from Highland Drive San Luis Obispo California
Grotto Trail Malibu California
Solstice Canyon Loop Trail Malibu California
Santa Ynez Canyon Waterfall Trail Pacific Palisades California

Nearby Campgrounds

Santa Barbara Courthouse

attraction Santa Barbara, CA
Described as the greatest Spanish Colonial Revival structure ever built, the Courthouse embodies Santa Barbara's Spanish Colonial past and heritage. Visitors can enjoy stunning views up the clock tower. The building encompasses a city block, and contains a collection of trees and plants from over 25 countries. You can also enjoy the collection of beautiful murals and be sure to partake in one of the many events hosted here.

Stearns Wharf

attraction Santa Barbara, CA
Built in 1872, Stearns Wharf served the passenger and freight shipping needs of California?s South Coast for over a quarter century. It is the oldest working wood wharf in California. Today it offers this rich history along with the best culinary experiences and views of Santa Barbara. Not only this, but you can also check out the specialty shops offering artisanal candies, ice creams, and unique gifts. Or you can take a ride on the Water Taxi, and get close to marine creatures at the Sea Center.

Oceano Dunes and Pismo Beach

campground Oceano, CA
Camping on the beach is one of the iconic images people conjure when thinking of California. At Oceano Dunes not only can you camp on the beach but you drive your car right out on the sand! Check with the RV owner before going here and if they object there are a ton of great campgrounds and RV parks all around the area. If the owners green lights the trip book a toy hauler with a generator and hit the sand!

Rancho Oso RV Camping Resort

campground Santa Barbara, CA
Nestled between the Santa Ynez River and Los Padres National Forest, Rancho Oso offers 310 beautiful acres where you'll have recreational activities such as hiking, biking and horseback riding at your disposal. Filled with a rich Western history dating back to 1845, you can visit remnants of the past such as adobe stables, conestoga wagons, cabins and stone lodges. Step back in time at this membership resort in your RV rental.

Cachuma Lake

campground Santa Barbara, CA
Cachuma Lake offers a variety of recreational opportunities and events where you can learn about the region?s natural history. You can take a 2 hour nature cruise on a pontoon boat and enjoy the scenery. The marina is open year-round and sells bait and tackle, fuel and fishing licenses. The park offers a quiet, clean atmosphere to enjoy nature and explore the nearby surroundings. Family fun in your RV rental.


attraction Montecito, CA
Over 3,000 plants from all over the world can be found in Lotusland, you can learn more about plants and maybe even improve your green thumb while admiring unique garden designs and exotic blooms. If you fancy surreal architecture you can also have a feast for your eyes as you explore the Theatre Garden, and 25 foot round horticultural clock with signs of the zodiac. In the summer your senses will be overtaken by the sights and smells of the lotus flowers as they bloom. But be sure you make a reservation as many visitors come every day of the year.

Ocean Mesa

campground Santa Barbara, CA
Ocean Mesa is surrounded by Los Padres National Forest overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean on the Gaviota Coast. You can venture out and hike 15 miles of trails, swim in the tide pools at nearby El Capitan State Beach. Hike up the Bill Wallace Trail and take in views of the canyon of oaks and sycamores. Downtown Santa Barbara is only 20 minutes away, so you can enjoy a bit of city atmosphere as well, and come back to Ocean Mesa to have a relaxing massage and enjoy a glass of award winning wine. A destination in and of itself this park is a great RV rental choice with easy to access sites.

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Recommendations for Buellton, CA from Outdoorsy Owners

Beautiful camping area. There are tenting sites, huts, RV spots, a play area for the kids. Great customer service.

Aug 24, 2019

Beach campground tucked away about 45 min from the 101 outside Lompoc. Great surf, beautiful beach, remote location and world famous Jalama burgers!! What more could you ask for? This place is a gem!

Jul 23, 2018

Very fun place to camp with kids. Nice pool, hot tub and playground. There are also cabins for rent as well. This is one of our favorites. Make reservations far in advance!

Jul 16, 2018

The incredible beach has the best burgers in the on-site restaurant.

Dec 9, 2017

Oceanfront Access & Views. Beautiful little hidden gem in Lompoc CA. Beach, park, store & restaurant. Unbelievable Ocean Views...

Dec 9, 2017

Really fun, great amenities, close to Solvang and wonderful vineyards.

May 25, 2017

Great all-round, well rounded RV park to stay in. Bit pricey but good value.

Dog-friendly Ocean View Swimming Pool Onsite Laundry
Apr 7, 2017