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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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RV rentals in Encinitas bring you to a paradise with a temperate Mediterranean climate. You’ll have plenty to do in the area, but you’ll also be approximately 25 miles north of San Diego and 95 miles south of Los Angeles if you wish to venture out a bit further. Disneyland, in Anaheim, and LEGOland, in Carlsbad, are also within driving distance for fantastic family fun.
Encinitas itself was recognized by National Geographic as one of the 20 best surf towns in the world; obviously, this is one of the main draws but certainly not the only one. Surfer culture means that the city is replete with coffee houses and record shops. It’s also known as the Flower Capital of the World and it’s the leading grower of poinsettias, so there are plenty of nurseries and gardens to suit any serious horticulturalist as well as anyone who just likes looking at pretty plants. Birds are drawn to flowers as well; an astounding 40% of all the birds in North America cross the San Elijo Lagoon each year as they migrate.
Take the RV rental in Encinitas along Historic Highway 101 for a thorough exploration of the diverse, vibrant, unique culture of southern California. For more local history, visit the century-old downtown shopping district that blends contemporary boutiques and cafes with historic buildings and other treasures.
Beach towns specialize in seafood and you’ll have the opportunity to savor fresh fish and other oceanic delicacies. Enjoy beachfront bars and bistros as well as wineries and authentic Mexican cuisine. You can also find live music, dancing, and other nightlife with a hip, happy vibe.
Beaches, beaches, beaches. Encinitas is widely recognized as having some of the best beaches in the entire world and when you rent a motorhome in Encinitas, you can visit them. Some of the highlights include Moonlight State Beach with free parking, bathrooms and showers, a snack bar, a playground, fire rings, and a year-round lifeguard station; Grandview Beach and Moonlight State Beaches, which are California state parks; secluded Boneyard Beach (where you may encounter nude sunbathers); and Swami’s, which features free parking and is known for its spectacular surfing.
There is, of course, plenty more that you can do with an RV rental near Encinitas. The San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve spans over 1,000 acres and is one of the largest coastal wetlands left in the country. It includes over 300 species of plants, 26 species of mammals, 23 species of fish, and 300 species of birds. The nature center is operated by the San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation and there are seven miles of trails. Also visit the San Diego Botanic Garden, with four miles of trails and the country’s largest collection of bamboo. Golfers will enjoy the Encinitas Ranch Golf Course and cyclists can take advantage of the many trails with their own bikes or rent bikes from one of the many outlets.
The San Elijo State Beach, operated by the California Department of Parks and Recreation, provides RV parking and camping spots. The seasonal camp store and snack bar stocks some RV supplies, firewood, and boogie boards as well as the standard convenience items. This is also the location of the original Bull Taco. The Eli Howard Surf School offers surf camps, private surfing lessons, and adult weekend escapes.
The Trailer Rancho RV Park is another site where you can park the Encinitas camper rental. It is in a quiet, residential neighborhood and you can easily walk to the beach or access public transportation. Pets are welcome. The park features restrooms, tiled showers, laundry facilities, a pool table, and a lounge with a fireplace.
The Riviera Mobile Home Park is a permanent mobile home park that also offers nightly rates for the luxury RV rental in Encinitas. The community welcomes visitors of all ages and boasts an outdoor pool, laundry facilities, clubhouse with pool table, and an on-site manager. The RV park provides electricity, water, sewer, and a shower house for guests.
When you rent an RV in Encinitas, make sure you take note of the numerous events that take place throughout the year. These include the Deep Pit BBQ cookoff and the Lima Bean Faire and Battle of the Beans at the San Dieguito Heritage Museum, OktoberFest, Wellness Week, the world’s only Surf Jousting competition at the Switchfoot Bro-Am, the April Street Fair, the Encinitas Fall Festival, Arts Alive, and the world’s largest and longest-running celebration of wood-paneled vehicles at the Wavecrest Woodies meet.
Beaches and surfing are not the only kinds of culture that Encinitas has to offer when you choose the best RV rental in Encinitas. Rent an RV here and you’ll be near the historic Spanish Colonial Revival-style La Paloma Theater, the Lux Art Institute with artists in residence, the Encinitas Historical Society in an 1883 one-room schoolhouse, and the San Dieguito Heritage Museum.
You’ll also be able to indulge your spiritual side with no fewer than twelve yoga studios in town and the Self-Realization Fellowship Hermitage & Meditation Gardens with koi ponds, book and gift store, and Golden Lotus Temple.