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Located in Inyo County, Lone Pine is a census-designated area in California. Lone Pine was once home to the Paiute tribe before it was eventually settled by pioneers. The area was visited by John Muir during his exploration of the state and was eventually an important railroad stop during the 1800s. In 1872, the city was almost completely destroyed due to a terrifying earthquake. During the 1920s, the area became a popular movie filming spot although it’s best known for being featured in the 1941 film High Sierra.

Situated near Owens Valley, Lone Pine features a high elevation and frontier landscape. It also has a humid desert climate and is home to many different species of cactus. The area also showcases stunning views of the Alabama Hills, and you can enjoy them with your RV rental.

The Great Outdoors

Book an RV in Lone Pine, and you will find plenty of outdoor destinations to explore. Situated in the middle of the area are the Alabama Hills. These towering hills and rock formations are located near Sierra Nevada and feature numerous natural archways, like the Mobius Arch and Lathe Arch. Alabama Hills was once a popular film location for old Westerns and is considered to be a great place in the state for sky gazing, especially to see the central Milky Way.

There’s also Horseshoe Meadows Road. Filled with pine forests, this high-elevated meadow is a bit of a hard climb, but offers stunning views at the top so don't forget your camera. There are many outdoor activities to do while here, such as walking, biking, or horseback riding. Keep in mind it is closed during the winter due to heavy snow.

Lone Pine is also home to the New York Butte. As part of the Inyo Mountains, it features six summits and an elevation of 10,668 ft. Adventurous souls can climb to the top or those looking for something easier can trek down a few different trails at its base.

RV Parks

You’ll find plenty of RV Parks for you to keep your motorhome rental from Lone Pine at. Boulder Creek Mobile Home and RV Park is a pet-friendly option that offers amenities such as WiFi, laundry, 30/50-amp options, and cable. It also has a pool and hosts events throughout the year. This RV park offers stunning mountain views and is near many local attractions like the Darwin Ghost Town and Lone Pine Lake.

Another place to potentially keep your Lone Pine camper rental is Sierra View RV Park. Offering 10 sites, this pet-friendly option features amenities such as 30-amps, WiFi, sewer, and water. It also has a small playground on site for the kiddos.

There’s also the Aberdeen Resort. Located just a short drive away in Independence, the resort is nestled within Owens Valley and offers 35 sites for RVs. It also has amenities such as 30/50-amp options, trash pickup, and water. The park is situated near a small lake for fishing and features trails for mountain biking or hiking.

Exploring the City

Lone Pine has many unique attractions to visit. One of the most popular destinations in the area is the Lone Pine Film History Museum. This museum tells the history of how Lone Pine was a top setting for Western movies. It features over 40 exhibits that inform guests about silent to modern Western films. The museum also has film showings throughout the year and hosts Concert in the Rocks which allows guests to sit back and relax in the Alabama Hills while listening to live music.

While in the area take your RV rental to Sequoia National Park. The park is filled with massive Sequoia trees, including the famous General Sherman which is one of the largest in the world. Besides its impressive collection of trees, you’ll also find Crystal Cave which is home to peaceful streams and boulders. The park also has picnic centers, trails for hiking or backpacking, and skiing areas during the winter.

A short drive away in Bakersfield is the California Living Museum. The museum is home to various types of animals which include badgers, bears, and coyotes. You’ll also find a California Coast Room which features local sea creatures. The museum also has a Trees of California Walk which tells more about the different types of trees found in the state.

Because of its small population, Lone Pine does have a surprising selection of restaurants which range from authentic Mexican restaurants to smokehouses.

If it's the warm California sunshine you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Lone Pine. Relax and read by the campfire, count the stars, or marvel in the outstanding scenery. Rent a motorhome in Lone Pine, California and enjoy.

RV Rentals in Lone Pine, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Lone Pine. Outdoorsy's Lone Pine 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 Lone Pine are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National 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, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Twin Lakes Trail Shaver Lake California
Pear Lake Trail Sequoia National Park California
Tokopah Valley Trail to Tokopah Falls Sequoia National Park California
Big Pine Lakes Trail Big Pine California
Rainbow Falls via Devils Postpile Mammoth Lakes California
Mount Whitney via Mount Whitney Trail Lone Pine California
Moro Rock Trail Sequoia National Park California
General Sherman Tree Trail Sequoia National Park California
Rae Lakes Trail Dunlap California
Mist Falls Trail Dunlap California

Nearby Dumpstations

Mendenhall Park

south of Baker Creek Rd, west of 395 Big Pine, CA

Keoughs Hot Springs and Campground

800 Keough Hot Springs Rd, From 168 W & Hwy 395, go 7 mi S on Hwy 395, then 1 mi W on Keoughs Hot Springs Rd. Bishop, CA 93514

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Independence, CA 93526
Northbound, Southbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Inyokern, CA 93527
July 2016: Reported Closed, Northbound, Southbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap (R)

Big Pine Creek Campground

White Mountain Ranger District, Inyo NF, From Big Pine go west on Crocker Street 8 miles. Turn left across the creek at roads end and follow the signs to the campgound - 50 yards. Bishop, CA 93514

Big Pine Triangle Park

Big Pine, CA 93513

Glacier View County Campground

Located one-half mile north of the Community of Big Pine, CA on Highway 395. Big Pine, CA 93513

Baker Creek County Campground

Via U.S. 395, just north of the Town of Big Pine, turn west on Baker Creek Road, one- mile to campground. Big Pine, CA 93513

First Falls Walk In Campground

White Mountain Ranger District, Inyo NF, From Big Pine, take CA 168 (Big Pine Road or Glacier Lodge Road) southwest. HIke in at the trailhead Bishop, CA 93514

Palisade and Clyde Glacier Group Campground

White Mountain Ranger District, Inyo NF, Turn west on Crocker Street in the center of Big Pine, proceed 8 mi west - campground will be on your left after you have entered the forested area Bishop, CA 93514

Nearby Campgrounds

Sequoia National Park

attraction None, CA
No where else in the world will you find Earth?s remaining living giants. There are 8,000 sequoia trees and amongst them lives the largest living organism in the world: the General Sherman tree. But there?s so much more to do here than observing beautiful trees. The park has domes, stone canyons, and rivers. You can take part in the astronomy program, soak in the waterfalls and the swimming holes, fish, rock climb, and so much more.

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