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Home to the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and bordered on either side by Joshua Tree National Park and the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Indio, CA offers a dazzling mix of wilderness and culture unlike anywhere else in the country. Rent an RV in Indio today, and just let yourself go wherever the desert takes you. It’s practically impossible to take a walk outside in this city without stumbling into something astounding. From its art festivals to its proud agricultural sector, from world-class casinos to its unique natural habitats, and from the San Andreas Valley to the peaks of the San Jacinto Mountains, there is no place on Earth like Indio. Book an RV in Riverside County, CA and you will not be disappointed. There’s always something to do in or around this “City of Festivals,” and with your Indio motorhome rental, you can see it all.


The Great Outdoors


Just 20 miles from the heart of Indio, at the foot of the Indio Hills, sits the magnificent Coachella Valley Preserve. This park boasts 20,000 acres of desert wilderness, wildlife and trails unlike anywhere else on Earth. Keep an eye out, for instance, for the endangered Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard, known for its ability to “swim” through the fine sand particles in order to escape both predators and the blistering summer heat. And if you stop for a rest at one of many the spring-fed pools in the Thousand Palms Oasis, see if you can spot an entirely different sort of swimmer known as the rare desert pupfish! The nearest site to enjoy beautiful, lush, palm-tree studded groves is just four minutes north of Indio, at the Indio Hills Palms State Park.


But of course, you don’t rent a motorhome in Indio, CA just to hang around near the city! Take your rental out to the sprawling Joshua Tree National Park to see the absolute best wild terrain California has to offer. With almost 800,000 acres of land, Joshua Tree is actually home to two distinct desert ecosystems; the Mojave and the Colorado. The possibilities at this park are practically endless. At Black Rock Canyon, for instance, you’ll find yourself surrounded by Joshua trees, junipers, and cholla cacti, and campers often have encounters with ground squirrels, jackrabbits, cottontails, and dozens of beautiful native birds. Keep an ear out at night for the sounds of coyotes “singing”; they like to hang out around the campground outskirts. Elsewhere in Joshua Tree, you might encounter the unearthly rock formations of Indian Cove, the breathtaking sights of Keys View (you can actually see the San Andreas Fault here), and the eerie, hollowed-out “eye socket” indentations of Skull Rock.


Once you’ve had your fill of Joshua Tree (if that’s actually possible), take your Indio RV rental over to the other side of the city to the 280,000-acre Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. Reaching heights of 10,834 feet, this beautiful area features some truly awe-inspiring sights. From its snow-capped mountains to its canyons and backcountry trails, this park is home to innumerable hidden gems that you simply must see for yourself.


RV Parks


Indio sports a tremendous variety of RV parks in and around the city. Many of these are open to both long-term and short-term residents, so they come with a wide spread of services and amenities. Take your luxury Indio RV rental over to Village 29, for instance, for easy access to Spotlight Casino. Indian Wells RV Resort, on the other hand, offers 300 paved sites with full hookups, complimentary WiFi, a swimming pool, and a ton of community activities. Over at Shadow Hills RV Resort, meanwhile, in addition to full hookups, you’ll also find a heated pool and spa. They also brew fresh coffee every morning!


As you take your Indio camper rental out a bit further, say, into the national parks on either side of the city, there may also be a number of spots available for you to park. Be warned, though. Some areas may fill up around the busier parts of the year, and these areas don’t offer hookups. These areas also don’t tend to offer much in the way of cell service.


If you’re looking to take your Indio motorhome rental out to some nearby cities and towns, you’ll find no shortage of destinations. Downtown Indio is 23 miles from Palm Springs and 77 miles from Riverside. Want to explore California’s coast? Indio is between two and three hours away from both Los Angeles and San Diego. And if you’re up for even more of an adventure, the Mexico border is also just two hours away!


Exploring the City


Indio is an absolutely stunning city, and there’s certainly no time to get into everything it has to offer here. Its most famous attraction is certainly Coachella. This massive spring music festival attracts about a quarter of a million people, and features rock, indie, hip-hop, and electronic music. In addition to music, the festival also works with a number of established and up-and-coming artists to build large-scale, location-specific art projects, which it showcases at the festival and in nearby campgrounds.


In addition to Coachella, other fun local festivals include the Southwest Arts Festival, which features over 200 artists in every medium under the sun, as well as the Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival. Celebrating the date palm harvest in Coachella (which produces about 35 million pounds of dates each yar), this weeklong celebration includes carnival rides and live entertainment such as camel and ostrich races!


Another prime Indio attraction is the Shields Date Garden, a historic palm orchard established in 1924. In its theater, you’ll be able to catch the short movie, The Romance and Sex Life of the Date, any time of the workday, and in the shop, you’ll find just about any kind of date-based product under the sun.

RV Rentals in Indio, CA

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

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

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Cedar Creek Falls Trail Ramona California
Torrey Pines State Reserve Trail La Jolla California
Potato Chip Rock via Mt. Woodson Trail Poway California
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Cowles Mountain Trail San Diego California
Etiwanda Falls Trail Rancho Cucamonga California
Mt. San Antonio & Mt. Baldy Notch Trail Mt Baldy California

Nearby Campgrounds

Coachella Music Festival

attraction Palm Springs, CA
The annual Coachella Music Festival is a beacon for those who love nothing more than the experience of live music. Multiple tents play live music from several different genres including electronic, hip hop and alternative rock all night long. Grab a drink, grab a friend and dance until you can't anymore!

Shield's Date Garden

attraction Indio, CA
Visit Shield's Date Garden for an interesting experience in Indio, California. The cafe has everything dates. Date pancakes, date burgers, stuffed dates, and date shakes. The gift shop has unique trinkets, retro items, and quirky things you won't see anywhere else. You can also buy organic dates or date crystals for baking, even if you don't take the tour or eat at the restaurant. The movie about dates and the tour about dates will surprise you with all there is to know about dates. They are much more versatile than you ever thought! The restaurant itself is very retro, with a counter and booths to sit in. It has an outdoor patio, and you can visit for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You can also buy dates to take back with you, of course! You can choose from more than 10 varieties of dates. Shield's Date Garden is a surprising gem to find in the desert environment of Indio, California!

Joshua Tree National Park

campground Palm Springs, CA
A short trip from Palm Springs Joshua Tree National Park is a prime RV rental destination with miles of paved roads through the rolling hills of this desert oasis. Camp at one of the many amazing National Park Campgrounds and enjoy miles of trails for hiking, biking, or exploring. If you want to stay connected make sure your motorhome rental includes a generator as there is no electricity inside the park.

Lake Skinner Recreation Area

campground Winchester, CA
Do you want to explore Murrieta in California? If so, there is a great RV park just seven miles away in Temecula. It's called Lake Skinner Recreation Area, and each of the 241 sites has full hookup. There is also WiFI, picnic tables, a grill, and a camp store. It is based in the Lake Skinner Park, which has great amenities. You can hire bikes, go horseback riding and sailing, and have picnics here. There are even barbeques throughout the park for you to take advantage of. One of the greatest attractions is fishing in Lake Skinner. You can catch striped bass, largemouth bass, carp, and bluegill. In the summer, there is also catfish, and in the winter, trout. The lake is a haven for bird watchers, and herons, owls, and hawks are just some of the birds which you might spot. There is also a one and a half mile walk around the park, which is great for those who just want a gentle stroll. You will be rewarded by fantastic views, including the rolling hills of Winchester. On a hot day, take a dip in the splash pool. Once you have had your fill of the park, why not head in to Murrieta for great restaurants and shops.

Emerald Desert RV Resort

campground Palm Desert, CA
Featuring 33 acres of beautiful and well-maintained grounds, Emerald Desert RV Resort is recognized as one of the best places to stay in the Coachella Valley region. Here, you'll get access to any of the park's 255 spacious RV sites. You'll also get to enjoy resort-style amenities while experiencing top-notch customer service. Plus, the city of Palm Desert in California is known for its year-round warm climate as well as its own calendar full of must-go-to events, so you'll have plenty to do and a lot of things waiting for you the moment you pull in here after a long day on the road. Lounge by the pool, give in to a much-needed body massage, or get up and explore the desert like you've always wanted to. Whether you're seeking a relaxing vacation or looking for an exhilarating adventure, Palm Desert's Emerald Desert RV Resort is the perfect place for you and your family.

The Western Science Center

attraction Hemet, CA
Are you looking for something fun and interesting to do during your stay in Moreno Valley, California? If so, head over to The Western Science Center in nearby Hemet. It is a state-of-the-art museum which houses archeological artifacts and Pleistocene Ice Age fossils. These were discovered during the development of Diamond Valley Lake. You will get to meet Max, one of the largest mastodons to be found in the west of the US, as well as Xena, a teenage Columbian mammoth. Perhaps one of the most exciting exhibitions here is of Little Stevie, a large mastodon. He is beneath the museum floor and you walk on tempered glass and look down on him. Kids will particularly enjoy the hands-on experiences which are offered; for example, make your own fossil. If you get here early, why not take a tour around the native plant garden? All in all, you should have a very enjoyable and memorable day.

Golden Village Palms RV Resort

campground Hemet, CA
Hemet is well located if you are looking to explore southern California. From here you are within reach of both Los Angeles and San Diego, and well positioned to explore inland. Golden Village Palms RV Resort makes for a great choice if you want to stay in Hemet, and has lots of facilities to make a vacation really special. All the basics, such as electric, sewer and water are available, and the park provides big rig access and has pull-thru sites. There are three swimming pools for you to cool off in, and these are set in a beautiful area where you can sit out and relax under the palm trees. Sports enthusiasts will not be disappointed, as there are pickball courts, as well as sand volleyball courts and a tournament-level shuffleboard complex. Pets are very welcome here too, and there is a dog walking area, and a pet parade each March.

Stagecoach Country Music Festival

attraction Palm Springs, CA
Coachella is a little bit rock and roll, but how about a little bit country? The Stagecoach Country Music Festival is one of the most anticipated country music festivals of the year. With performances by the top country music artists, this festival is the place to be for anyone who is truly a country music fan.

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