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Nestled at the foot of the Verdugo Mountains between Burbank and Pasadena, Glendale is a Californian town that’s often overshadowed by nearby Los Angeles. When you choose to book an RV in Glendale, you’ll have the chance to experience the best of both urban and rural California. With proximity to both the city and the wilderness, you’ll have plenty of options when it comes to recreation.

Booking an RV rental in Glendale means you can avoid much of the LA traffic while still being close enough to enjoy all that the city has to offer. And when you rent an RV, you're free to go where you want at your own pace, meaning you can tailor your vacation perfectly to your tastes. A Glendale RV rental by owner is a great way to have a unique experience in this fascinating part of California.

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The Great Outdoors

Sometimes, you just want to get away from it all. Positioned on the eastern edge of Los Angeles next to the mountains, Glendale is a great place to do just that. And an RV rental near Glendale is the perfect way to get out into the Californian wilderness.

La Tuna Canyon Park is on the outskirts of Glendale. Its many hiking trails take visitors through groves of oak and sycamore as they traverse deep canyons that echo to the song of the many waterfalls. Strange, then, that this park that feels so remote also offers views of the distant city skyline.

Also in Glendale, Eagle Rock Canyon offers a short but fairly steep urban hiking experience. Just a little farther east, the spectacular 44-foot waterfall is an inviting gateway to the Californian backcountry. The Angeles National Forest represents 650,000 acres of pristine wilderness, filled with mountains, rivers, canyons, and forests that will make you forget that one of the largest cities in the country is just a short drive away.

For a different kind of encounter with the wild, the Los Angeles Zoo is right on the edge of Glendale. The park it occupies is also home to the Griffith Observatory, and the world-famous Hollywood sign.

Of course, LA is a coastal city, and your luxury RV rental in Glendale can take you to the beach if you’re willing to brave the traffic. Santa Monica, with its famous pier, is only 25 miles away. And if you don’t feel like taking your Glendale travel trailer rental out of town, you can take public transit all the way to the beach.

So Glendale offers access to mountains, wilderness, a major city, and the beach. Is that all? Actually, it's not. In case all of that isn't enough - for instance, if you're a parent of picky teenagers - it might interest you to know that Universal Studios theme park is less than 10 miles from Glendale.

Oh, and sports fan take heart. Dodger Stadium and the Rose Bowl are both within a short drive. Book a camper rental in Glendale, and your problem will be finding enough time to do all that this region has to offer.

RV Parks

When it comes time to find somewhere to park your RV rental in Glendale, CA, you may have to do a little bit of searching. The price of land being what it is this close to Los Angeles, it can be a challenge to find an RV park that’s close to all you want to visit.

If it's a wilderness camping feel you're after, Camp Williams Resort is set in the forested hills to the east of Glendale. Full hookup RV sites are available on the banks of the San Gabriel River, and an on-site cafe and general store can keep you stocked up with the essentials you need while you visit the area.

If you're after something more urban, though, Hollywood RV Park in Van Nuys is another park to consider. This park, under 20 miles from Glendale, offers full hookups for your RV and is accessible by transit so you can leave your rig and head into town. It also features striking murals throughout the park and even a playhouse, in true Hollyweird style. A little farther from Glendale, but still transit accessible, you'll also find Walnut RV Park, which is also a decent option for urban camping.

Exploring The City

Glendale and the Los Angeles area have so much to offer visitors, you can almost guarantee a great time. Whether your interest is in the unspoiled mountain wilderness, the bustling metropolis of LA, art, food, wine, sports or the beach, this is an area of California that really does have it all.

If you're lucky enough to be in Glendale at the start of the year, the Rose Parade in neighboring Pasadena is a particular highlight. This New Year's parade precedes the Rose Bowl football game and is a spectacle not to be missed if you get the chance.

But with its reliably sunny weather, Los Angeles County is a great place to visit at any time of year. And an RV rental in Glendale, California, lets you see all the varied attractions this part of the state has to offer. Whatever you're looking for in a vacation, Glendale can provide it. So start planning your Glendale motorhome rental trip today, and don't miss out on what's sure to be a vacation packed with fun.

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