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Book an RV in Lake Elsinore and you’ll be in a natural paradise on the shores of a freshwater lake. You’ll also be within easy driving distance of some of the best big-city attractions and amenities of Los Angeles and San Francisco. Lake Elsinore itself flows through Orange County and empties near Huntington State Beach.

The city of Lake Elsinore was established as a small resort town in 1888, has grown to cover a substantial geographic area, and now encompasses eleven districts: the Alberhill, Ballpark, Business, Country Club Heights, East Lake, Historic, Lake Edge, Lake Elsinore Hills, Lake View, North Peak, and Riverview districts. The Historic Highway 395, which once linked the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, runs through here and you’ll be able to drive it in your Lake Elsinore RV rental.

There’s plenty for everyone to do in Lake Elsinore, whether you’re traveling with your family, your significant other, your friends, or your own wonderful company. Enjoy shopping, extreme sports, less extreme recreational opportunities, the historic district, the casino, and wining and dining. Check out the City of Lake Elsinore Visitors Bureau for a warm welcome and a wealth of information.

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The Great Outdoors

When you search for an RV rental in Lake Elsinore, you’ll find yourself in a paradise filled with opportunities for hiking, biking, water sports, recreation, bird watching, and much more. The 3,300-acre freshwater lake is the primary draw but there’s so much more you can do with your Lake Elsinore, CA RV rental. Visit the Cleveland National Forest or the Ortega Mountains. Enjoy fishing, hiking, golf, skydiving, motocross, boating, waterskiing, hang gliding, soaring, and more. The city maintains a Lake & Aquatic Resources Department and a Seaport Boat Launch. This area is known for its extreme sports and visitors with an RV rental in Lake Elsinore, CA can catch some of the best thrills of their lives here.

For those who prefer somewhat less of an adrenaline rush but still want to enjoy the outdoors, the Cleveland National Forest features the Laguna Mountain Recreation Area and the Palomar Mountain and Observatory as well as wilderness areas, biking, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, hunting, picnicking, and nature viewing. The San Mateo Canyon Wilderness, Glen Ivy Hot Springs, and the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve are also well worth a visit from travelers seeking natural, unspoiled beauty.

RV Parks

The Cleveland National Forest offers multiple camping and RV sites. Those convenient for use with your Lake Elsinore RV rental by owner include the Blue Jay Campground, which includes access to potable water and trash cans, fire pits, grills, and vaulted toilets. The Forest Service also maintains the El Cariso Campground, the Falcon Group Campgrounds, the Upper San Juan Campground, and the Wildomar Campground, all convenient for your RV rental near Lake Elsinore.

The Lake Elsinore Marina & RV Resort is open year round. It features one of the best boat launches in the area. Sites include full hookups, cable, WiFi, and phone hookups. Resort amenities are numerous and not limited to restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a book exchange, a picnic area and grills, a convenience store, snacks, propane, a dump station, and recreation facilities. Pets are welcome.

The Elsinore Hills RV Park is another home for your travel trailer rental in Lake Elsinore. Sites are shaded and feature concrete patios as well as telephone and cable hookups. The park offers a swimming pool and spa, tennis court, recreation room, restrooms with showers, and laundry facility. Small pets are welcome.

Exploring the City

Everyone will find plenty to see and do here when on a Lake Elsinore camper rental vacation. One of the biggest draws is the Lake Elsinore Casino. It’s open 24 hours a day and the action never stops yet it remains significantly more relaxed and friendly than the casinos in Las Vegas or Atlantic City. If shopping is more your thing, you can indulge in everything from an enormous outlet mall to antiques to boutiques to a farmers market. The refurbished historic downtown area also offers shopping, snacking, and strolling among the quaint streets and vintage street lamps. History and museum buffs will enjoy the Temecula Valley Museum, the Orange Empire Railway Museum, and The Chimes Historic Bathhouse. Take a visit to the Old Town Community Theater. Adults can take in wineries, breweries, and coffeehouses and everyone can enjoy restaurants ranging from home cooking to barbecue to authentic Mexican cuisine.

You can also take in some of the city’s special events with your motorhome rental in Lake Elsinore. Some of the best every year are Winterfest, Party in the Park, the Classic Car Cruise, and Movies in the Park After Dark.

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