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Lancaster, CA is surrounded by beauty, with the San Gabriel Mountains to the South and the Tehachapi Mountains to the North. These days, the city houses over 600 acres of parkland and offers tournament-level facilities for sports at the Lancaster National Soccer Center and Big 8 Softball Complex.


Choosing to book an RV rental in Lancaster, CA is a no-brainer! Together, with twin city Palmdale to the South, these two cities form a popular core within the Antelope Valley region.


City and sports not your thing? That’s not all this place has to offer!


What Your RV Was Made For


Conveniently located between the Angeles National Forest and Los Padres National Forest, Lancaster is an ideal location to rent an RV! With the freedom that a Lancaster rental camper or RV has to offer, you can easily park anywhere in the public lands of these forests.


There are three RV-accessible campgrounds located at Angeles National Forest, with Coldbrook Campground and Manker Campground close to the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. Neither of these sites have hookups, so be sure to come prepared with plenty of food, water, and everything else to help make your stay comfortable. With Lancaster so close in proximity, you can rest assured that you don’t have to fret over the typical anxieties of forgetting anything.


Los Padres National Forest sits West of Lancaster, and offers over 1,200 miles of trails and primitive landscape. Dispersed camping is popular here, though, there are plenty of developed sites as well. The camping areas range anywhere from high to low elevations and from forested to riverside locations. Most parts of this forest tend to be quite underdeveloped and primitive, so, tread carefully. When you rent a motorhome in Lancaster, you don’t have to decide that the spot you choose is the only one worth staking claim. Go on and move around! There’s a lot of ground to cover at Los Padres.


Hearing the call coming from the coast? Lancaster is less than three hours away from beautiful California coastlines, giving beachgoers many options. Santa Barbara, Long Beach, and Huntington Beach are popular destinations for those looking to get some sand and surf.


The Santa Ynez Mountains of Los Padres National Forest are a breathtaking, dramatic backdrop for Santa Barbara, an upscale city on the central California coast. The Mediterranean-style buildings easily emphasize the city’s Spanish heritage. Local wine, bountiful boutiques, and delicious dining await!


Make your way South with the Lancaster motorhome rental, along the coastline, and you will come across Long Beach, CA. There’s plenty to do at this coastal city and port! Besides the beach, there are museums, gardens, aquatic touch tanks and shark lagoons to explore.


Keep going and Huntington Beach will gladly meet you next! This place is renowned for its surf-perfect beaches. There’s even a museum, The International Surfing Museum, that displays all sorts of this fun memorabilia.


Having a luxury RV rental in Lancaster means you can soak up the coastal sun’s rays without feeling time constraints. Huntington Beach’s Sunset Vista RV Park is a fantastic location to park! It’s right next to the pier with a superb ocean view. This park requires reservations from Fall through Spring, which are mail-in and first-come, first-serve. Sites are all housed on a spacious parking lot with hookups for water and electric. There is also an easily accessible dump station to accommodate your stay here.


Surrounding City Life


On your journey back to Lancaster, you won’t want to miss out on being a part of the liveliness of Los Angeles, CA. This southern California city is noted for its television and film industry. Here, you can witness production company icons such as Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, and Warner Brothers and be a part of their behind-the-scene tours. Don’t forget to get some pictures of the Hollywood sign!


Hollywood Boulevard is another well-visited location. With landmarks, museums, and other attractions, L.A.’s rich entertainment industry and heritage is brilliantly celebrated. See footprints of the stars at TCL Chinese Theater, shop at Hollywood and Highland, and visit the famed Hollywood Wax Museum!


But, Hollywood isn’t the only pocket for performers. Back in Lancaster, The Performing Arts Center provides everything from community theatre, varied forms of dance and classical music performances. Musicians, singers, dancers, and comedians from all walks of life are drawn here.


RV rentals in Lancaster, California are a popular choice all throughout the year. When your home travels with you, you don’t have to worry about making hotel deadlines and missing out on what else this wonderful city and its surroundings have to offer.


If you’re traveling with the Lancaster RV rental in Spring, be sure to join in California’s Poppy Festival at Lancaster City Park. The last weekend in April, Antelope Valley Gem and Mineral Club holds its yearly show at the Lancaster High School grounds. This is an event that draws a crowd of locals and visitors alike, with opportunities to see unique specimens of rocks and gems and handmade items.

RV Rentals in Lancaster, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Lancaster. Outdoorsy's Lancaster 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 Lancaster 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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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Runyon Canyon Trail Los Angeles California
Mt. San Antonio & Mt. Baldy Notch Trail Mt Baldy California
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Sturtevant Falls Trail Sierra Madre California
Dawn Mine Trail Loop Altadena California
Eaton Canyon Trail Pasadena California
Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop Sierra Madre California
Etiwanda Falls Trail Rancho Cucamonga California
Temescal Canyon Trail Pacific Palisades California

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Museum of Jurassic Technology

attraction Culver City, CA
An eccentric cabinet of wonders, the museum offers hands on exhibitions which explore natural history, the history of science, the dogs of the USSR space missions, and so many more oddities.

Los Angeles KOA Kampground

campground Pomona, CA
The Los Angeles KOA Kampground in Pomona, California is a great escape from a busy ordinary routine. Travelers leave behind the crowded freeways to relax in the serenity of natural beauty. The campground is only 30 minutes from the activity of downtown Los Angeles, so the escape to nature is an easy drive. The crowds and traffic soon disappear in the distance. The spectacular grounds of the park provide a view of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains from a recreational vehicle or tent. There is a large swimming pool where guests can get some exercise, float on the water, or unwind in the Jacuzzi. The days in this part of the world are usually sunny, so a great tan is attainable as well. The park is away from the activities in the city, but there are some fascinating sites to see nearby. There are beaches, mountains to climb, or trails for a walk.

Hangar 18

attraction Upland, CA
Hangar 18 in Upland, California provides an challenging yet exciting adventure for people. This modern facility has over 12,000 square feet of climbing terrain, world class bouldering, and lead routes. The experienced staff is always ready to work with beginning and experienced climbers. This facility is one of the best in the country. First time climbers will find that this is a great place to start the sport. This is a wonderful place to get some physical exercise for young people. Experienced climbers will be pleased with the skills they might add on these climbing walls. The staff also sponsors bouldering series competitions for those who would like to match their skills with others. The competitions provide fun and challenges for beginning and advanced climbers. In addition, climbers will be able to judge their progress based on their performance in a competition. The competitions are open to members and non-members as well.

Shady Oasis Kampground

campground Victorville, CA
The Shady Oasis Kampground in Victorville, California is a wonderful place for the entire family or a group of friends. The staff has provided accommodations for millions of campers since the park opened in 1967. Many of the campers are return visitors who enjoyed their previous trips to the campgrounds. The campgrounds has one room cabins, facilities for recreational vehicles, and tents all year round. Victorville is in the ?High Desert? of Southern California, so the temperatures vary depending on the seasons of the year. The temperatures can range from 50-110 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. The temperatures in the evening eventually range from 25-35 degrees below the day time temperatures. The management and staff welcomes different groups for special activities including RV clubs, car clubs, scout troops, and many more. The park has full hookups for RV?s with free Wi-Fi, 30-50 amp sites, and a dump station. There is a mini-mart, laundry room, clean restrooms, hot showers, and a wonderful playground.

Skydive Monterey Bay

attraction Monterey Park, CA
Are you looking for something exciting to do during your stay in Monterey Park, California? If so, why not try skydiving with Skydiving Monterey Bay? Their aim is to make your skydive experience the best possible, whether it's your first time or you are a seasoned skydiver. They operate the closest fly and land experience to the ocean than any other in California. You will land just three miles from the ocean. They also offer the highest tandem skydive in the area, at 18,000 feet above ground level. Just imagine what the views will be like. There will be amazing sand dunes, Santa Cruz, and the Santa Lucia mountains to see as you climb in the Super King 890 airplane. You might be lucky enough to also spot a whale or a dolphin. You get 90 minutes of freefall, which is more than any other skydiving company in the area. It will be exhilarating and will certaimly get your adrenlin going.

Oak Park

campground Simi Valley, CA
Oak Park in Simi Valley, California provides excellent camping facilities. The Simi Valley is a spectacular place to spend a vacation, and the weather is almost always excellent. There are mature oak trees that provide shade and add to the rustic beauty of the facilities. The park is 100.5 acres of open space surrounded by rolling hills and scrub brush. The environment is a full of native wildlife including lizards, roadrunners, and raptors. Campers looking for a secluded, natural setting will find this park the perfect place to be. Families will be happy with the accommodations, and groups that like to travel together will be pleased. The park has superb, clean restrooms, water, picnic tables, BBQ, fire rings, and a host on-site. In addition, there is a playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball court, and a basketball court. The hookups at the sites are 30/20 amp, and there are dump facilities that can be used for a fee.

Camp Williams Resort

campground Azusa, CA
Sometimes it is great to camp in a site that is full of atmosphere, and where the location wins you over at first sight. Camp Williams in the San Gabriel Mountains is a bit like that ?it brings the best of both worlds to camping close to Los Angeles, and is a place where you can cycle, hike, fish, swim, or even pan for gold, whilst you plan how to spend days out in the big city. The site has lots of tent camping, as well as sites for RVs, and offers electric, water and sewer, as well as big rig access and a general store. If you are looking to spend lot of time outdoors, then the site as access to a number of hiking trails, including the Bridge to Nowhere hike. It is also close to the Angeles National Forest and the Raging Waters Water Park.

Gage Bowl

attraction Huntington Park, CA
If you find yourself in Huntington Park, just south of downtown Los Angeles, and are looking for something fun to do, then why not head down to Gage Bowl on Gage Avenue. This bowling alley is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and hosts bowling leagues and tournaments, as well as being a venue for children?s birthday parties. Gage Bowl also hosts lots of special events during the week, so it is a good idea to check ahead of your visit and see what is on. Bowling can be a fun way to while away a couple of hours when you want a change from outdoor activities, you have simply had enough sun, or the weather is bad. It is also good because all the family can play together, it tends to be just as much of a challenge for everyone, and you do, of course, all get to wear matching bowling shoes.

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