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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.
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Amidst the stunning scenery of the San Jacinto Valley, Hemet is only a 90-minute drive from downtown Los Angeles and an hour from Palm Springs, making it an ideal base to explore the region. When you book an RV in Hemet, you’ll be able to get out and experience this incredible area firsthand. Hemet is a small, laid-back city with plenty of historic charm and attractions. Hemet’s many visitors enjoy trips to the nearby Soboba and Morongo Casinos, the Temecula Wine Region, featuring many fantastic southern California wineries, and the numerous trails and wilderness areas surrounding the city. Near to both the I-10 and the I-215, Hemet is easy to get to and a great place to get started, so rent a motorhome in Hemet and get started exploring.
Hemet is located in the San Jacinto Valley which it shares with San Jacinto itself. Surrounded by parks and hiking trails, it truly is an excellent base from which to explore the great outdoors. Traveling up to higher elevations in summer provides welcome relief from the heat down in the valley, with cooler temperatures, streams and lakes. If you’re looking to escape modern life, you can reconnect with nature on the quiet wilderness trails and camp overnight in the many state park campsites in your Hemet luxury RV rental.
To the east of Hemet is the popular Mount San Jacinto State Park, which makes up just a part of the greater Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. Granite peaks, forests and mountain meadows are just some of the features of this land of contrast. Just a 30-minute drive from Hemet is the popular town of Idyllwild, where you can camp nearby in the park’s two campgrounds and take a walk into town. Idyllwild is also home to an annual late-summer jazz festival and some world-class rock climbing, just waiting to be discovered when you rent an RV nearby.
The famous Pacific Crest Trail passes through Mount San Jacinto State Park. If you want to admire the scenery with less effort, there’s the Palm Spring Aerial Tramway. Starting from Chino Canyon near Palm Springs and rising to the edge of the wilderness at Mountain Station you can take in the views, visit the gift shop, snack bar and visitor center. A short walk onwards leads to the Lone Valley Ranger Station complete with picnic areas, restrooms and a nature trail. This also serves as an entry point for access to the hiking trail system, including scenic and strenuous routes, such as the relaxing Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail or the full-on San Jacinto Peak Trail, reaching over 10,800 feet in elevation.
To the south, you’ll find Palomar Mountain State Park and Cleveland National Forest, with Lake Matthews and the Estelle Mountain Reserve to the west. This gives you unlimited options for outdoor exploration and the chance to really get away from it all and park up under the stars in your Hemet motorhome rental.
A Hemet RV rental by owner allows you to truly experience this amazing area firsthand. To make the most of your trip, why not take advantage of Hemet’s ideal location and stay locally? There’s a huge selection of RV parks to choose from, both within the city and in the surrounding area.
Popular Hemet RV parks include the luxurious Golden Village Palms RV Resort, Diamond Valley RV Park, Casa Del Sol RV Resort and Tucalota Springs RV Park. The surrounding state parks offer campsites with options that vary from off-grid to hook-ups and availability and reservations can be made online, guaranteeing you a site even in the busy season.
With plenty to see and do, Hemet is a lively city that is proud of its historical roots. When you book a rental motorhome in Hemet, be sure to check out the Ramona Bowl, Hemet’s 5,400-seater amphitheater and home to America’s longest running outdoor drama, started in 1923. If you miss the Ramona Pageant itself, don’t worry, the amphitheater has shows running year-round and is well worth a visit just to admire the stunning views.
Not far from the Ramona Bowl is the Western Science Center and Diamond Valley Lake. The Western Science Center is an interesting site full of fossils, dinosaur reconstructions and exhibits that focus upon local prehistory. The material was discovered during the construction of the local dam. Diamond Valley Lake, along with the adjoining Diamond Valley Golf Course, is a great place to relax. There’s a flower trail, a marina with boat rentals and a pool at the community park.
Downtown, be sure to pay a visit to the Hemet Museum, located in one of the city’s oldest buildings, the historic Santa Fe Depot, dating back to 1898. Here you can find out all there is to know about how Hemet came to be. Continuing on a historical note, the Hemet Historic Theater is another Hemet icon. You can enjoy shows and concerts throughout the year with all proceeds going towards the purchase and restoration of this historically significant building.
The city has all you’ll need to stock up your Hemet camper rental, with a Walmart as well as local shopping complexes. There is a huge range of restaurants and eateries, catering to all cuisines, and a handful of bars, including a cocktail lounge. If you’re around on a Saturday morning, you have to check out the Hemet Farmers Market, which takes place all year round. Not only is there a huge selection of certified local produce, it’s also an excellent opportunity to purchase a wide variety of hand-made craft items. The farmers market is also renowned as a great place to grab some food to go, with its pop-up food stalls that cater to a variety of tastes at budget prices.
There’s plenty to see and do, both in and around the city of Hemet. Your Hemet rental RV provides you with the ultimate in choice and flexibility to really make a truly personalized vacation. Check out the best Hemet RV rentals now.