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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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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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So, you’re thinking about renting an RV in California. Firstly, congratulations on making a great choice on your vacation destination, and secondly, you’re definitely in the right place because camping at Lake Jennings Campground is an excellent option.
Whether you’re planning on bringing your family or just want some time away from the daily chores and stress, this lovely RV park has it all. You’ll not only find full hookups, Wi-Fi, and hot 24-hour showers, but you’ll also get access to a covered playground, ladder golf, and horseshoe pits - and there’s a scavenger hunt, too. How’s that for family-friendly?
Arguably the best thing about Lake Jennings Campground camping is the lake that the park is named after, where you can go boating and fishing. A bit short on worms? No worries. You can find what you need at the bait and tackle shop, and that includes snacks, drinks, and even a fishing lesson. If you’re not an avid angler, that’s okay too; the wildlife around the lake is really thriving, and you can spot anything from deer to bobcats to a whole bunch of different birds. Just don’t leave your camera in your RV rental at Lake Jennings Campground, or you might miss a photo opportunity of a lifetime.
When renting a campervan near Lake Jennings, you can pop to the scenic town of Lakeside, or drive a couple of more miles to go to a concert in Santee - or why don’t you hop into your travel trailer rental and pay the cities of El Cajon and San Diego a visit. The options are seemingly endless for anyone who decides to rent a camper near Lake Jennings Campground. And you could be one of them.
It is not recommended to get an RV rental near Lake Jennings Campground and not make the most of the gorgeous reservoir - not when there are fishing and boating, as well as a variety of scenic hiking trails in the area. Whether you choose to stay on dry land or brave the waves, you’ll be surrounded by the most scenic mountains, and there are plenty of hidden coves for some real relaxation. Why didn’t you start looking for RV rentals in San Diego County ages ago?
You’ll also find a whole bunch of greenery in the area, such as Louis Stelzer County Park (which is super-close to your Lakeside RV rental), where you can find even more hiking trails through fantastic scenery, as well as a playground and loads of spots perfect for a picnic. Are you RV camping at Lake Jennings Campground with a whole group of people? No problem - you can have barbecues and rent a venue for special events in this astounding park.
If you haven’t quite had enough of astonishing views (and when does that ever happen?), El Capitan Preserve is a mere 25-minute drive from your Lakeside camper rental. What’s so good about this place, then? Absolutely gorgeous views of reservoirs, mountains, and the ocean, as well as both woodland, coastal shrub, and mixed chaparral - to name just a few things. Find the best viewpoints and spot and the old, unused mineshafts, but make sure that you stay safe and hydrated in the Californian sun.
When your cravings for nature and serenity have been satisfied, it’s time to check out all the local fun. That is, if you consider walking through an old, dark, abandoned amusement park to be entertaining. Walk beneath the once-popular roller coaster, see if you can hear any music from the ghostly Ferris wheel, and don’t forget about the clown party. This, and so much more, is waiting for you at the Haunted Amusement Park in El Cajon, and if you want some more child-friendly fun, you can always head to Santee’s adventure park.
For anyone who combines a passion for history with loving the camping life, a visit to Barona Cultural Center & Museum is a must. Here you can admire Native American paintings, photography, sculptures, and various other crafts like textile and ceramics - there are also classes where you can learn by doing, not just viewing. You can also pick up gifts from the store if you know anyone who’d love some jewelry, pottery, or other ornaments, each one more beautiful than the next.
After having learned all there is to know about the local area, go grab some fast food or visit a grill - and there’s fuel for your RV, too. Basically, you can find everything you need near your Lakeside camper rental.