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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
All other types of towable trailers.
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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For a historic hotspot that boasts beautiful beaches and a rich fusion of cultures, look no further than Southern California’s celebrated coastal city, Long Beach. The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest port in the U.S., serving as one of the major avenues for US–Asian trade. While Long Beach might seem like it’s a destination that requires sails to enjoy, this is simply not the case! The city’s public transportation, including LA Metro and Long Beach Transit, makes exploring the area a breeze while renting an RV from Long Beach. Many of these services make stops at local RV parks and public lots.
Long Beach borders Los Angeles, the largest city in California and the heart of it all. Or take a trip up the California coast to Santa Monica, one of the prettiest drives in America and an unforgettable experience in an RV rental from Long Beach. Some of the most magnificent and breathtaking scenery surrounds Long Beach, from trails through dense woodland, to majestic mountains, and of course-- sandy beaches. Book an RV in Long Beach and enjoy the best way to take advantage of all the attractions Southern California has to offer.
California is home to nine National Parks and more than a hundred hiking trails in the Southern region alone! These environments are national treasures, drawing in visitors from all over the globe, many of whom wisely choose to rent a travel trailer, camper or motorhome. Outdoor enthusiasts who set out in an RV rental in Los Angeles County should check out the Dominguez Gap Wetlands. Located next to the LA River, the area is known for its unique ecosystem and offers trails for hikers, bikers, and horses. Bluff Park in Long Beach is home to the Lone Sailor Memorial. The city park encompasses more than 13 acres. Go for a stroll on the beach and enjoy the ocean views or meander the paved footpaths. If you get tired of the dazzling ocean views, use one of the many telescopes to spot hang-gliders, skywriters, far off ships or seagulls.
Heading south down the coast you’ll find Crystal Cove State Park. Just north of Laguna Beach, it’s an RV renter’s paradise. This is one of the greatest places to see an extensive array of animal life. Crystal Cove has coves, beaches and tide pools. It is home to creatures like sea lions, otters, starfish, octopuses, rattlesnakes, mountain lions and more! The El Moro Canyon Trail is located here and features more than 10 miles of hiking, with multiple loops ranging from easy to strenuous in difficulty. You can even stay in your rental camper at the Moro Campground. There’s also plenty of RV camping at Bolsa Chica State Beach. The beach brings in a myriad of people that take advantage of the waterfront activities. It’s an excellent place for water sports like surfing, skiing, snorkeling, parasailing, and kayaking. There’s always a game of beach volleyball going on, and it’s a prime location to fish for perch, corbina, and sand shark.
If the adventure you seek lies in the mountains, look no further than Chino Hills State Park. Just an hour drive from Long Beach in your motorhome rental and you’re there! The park sprawls for more than 14,000 acres across large portions of the Santa Ana Mountains and Puente-Chino Hills. There are more than 60 miles of trails, many open to mountain bikers and horseback riders. It’s also very RV-friendly!
Whether you want to stay in Long Beach or outside the city, there are plenty of places that offer RV trailer parking. If you’re in the downtown area, Golden Shore RV Resort has you covered. This modern and chic facility is animal-friendly and offers many amenities, including full hookups, laundry, convenience store, fire pit, heated pool and spa. Golden Shore also offers an exclusive trail to the waterfront bike path. Located within two miles of the resort are several gas stations, a Walmart and a Vons. Seabreeze RV Park is another great option to park your Long Beach RV rental. Located near many shops, Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, and Long Beach Waterbikes, this spot offers a wide selection of amenities including free laundry and a self-washing RV station.
Only an hour up the coast is the Malibu RV Park. Staying here in your RV rental, you’re guaranteed a spot with a view of either mountains or the ocean. Plus, it’s a popular spot for dolphin and whale watching! Open year-round, this park has it all. On site you’ll find amenities like a game room, bathrooms with heated showers, and private beach access. If you’re looking to stay a little closer to the big theme parks in California, Orangeland RV Park is the way to go. Built in 1972, Orangeland is the highest rated park in the Anaheim and Los Angeles areas. It was built on an orange orchard that is still growing today. Guests are encouraged to pick and enjoy the fresh fruit. When you stay here in your RV, you’ll be centrally located to some of California’s top attractions like Disneyland, Angel Stadium, and Universal Studios.
Long Beach is the ultimate year-round destination, boasting 345 days of sunshine a year, with temperatures ranging between 67-80 degrees Fahrenheit. While you could sit back and just enjoy the beach, there’s hundreds of things to do and places to visit! Knott’s Berry Farm is less than 35 miles outside the city. Aquarium of the Pacific is one of the biggest and most popular attractions in Long Beach. It houses more than 11,000 animals in more than 50 exhibits! The Annual Long Beach Sea Festival takes place each summer and there are dozens of waterside events including the Great Sand Sculpture contest. Long Beach offers a world-wide variety of cuisine. Try Open Sesame for Lebanese specialties, the Callaloo Caribbean Kitchen for something with a kick, or Joe Jost's for classic American fare. You’ll have no problem finding something to do or navigating the area, so start your search for an RV in Long Beach!