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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

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.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Discover Lundy Canyon Campground

If you want to cross camping in the High Sierras off your bucket list, park a motorhome rental at Lundy Canyon Campground and immerse yourself in the natural beauties of eastern California. On the banks of Mill Creek, amid the lush aspen trees and close to cascading waterfalls, this Lundy campground offers all the necessities you need, from picnic benches and fire rings to non-potable water spigots and restrooms. There are also bear boxes, so you can secure the food you have brought when you set off on your adventure. When it comes to choosing a way to stay, there are sites for your campervan rental with lush vegetation giving you privacy, as well as tent sites for those who want the real outdoor experience.

When camping at Lundy Canyon Campground, wonderful natural places are just minutes away from you. Lundy Lake and Mono Lake are there for water sports enthusiasts, while campers ready for a long hike can try reaching the top of the countless mountain peaks in the area or pay a visit to some of the numerous state and national parks and forests in the vicinity, such as the iconic Yosemite National Park and Stanislaus and El Dorado National Forests. If you don’t mind spending a few hours on the road in your RV rental, you can reach some pretty amazing cities. Cross the border with Nevada, and you will reach its capital, Carson City, famous for its entertainment and closeness to the magical Lake Tahoe. It takes a bit longer to get to Sacramento, but it is definitely worth it – California’s capital is a unique combination of history and modern life. Driving straight to the west will get you to San Francisco, hugged by the Pacific and San Francisco Bay.

The Great Outdoors

Book an RV in Mono County, and you will find yourself surrounded by seemingly countless natural spots. The best way to start is by discovering the secrets of Yosemite National Park, less than an hour's drive from the campground. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails will show you the various faces of this huge park, from splashing waterfalls coming down from towering cliffs to peaceful valleys hiding green meadows and meandering rivers. El Capitan and Half Dome will show you how nature has shaped their granite walls, and Glacier Point is there for adventurers hoping to witness the amazing scenery of the park from above. Leave your rental RV behind and go backpacking through the remote parts of the park – wilderness areas stretch for miles in every direction. You can visit the park all year round and enjoy the numerous activities it offers; rock climbing, fishing, and skiing are only some of them.

Another place offering peace and tranquility to every nature lover looking forward to camping with an RV is El Dorado National Forest. One more thing it offers is an incredible landscape of snow-covered mountain peaks reflecting on crystal-clear lakes surrounded by lush trees. Hikers who decide to roam through the forest are in for a wonderful surprise; many of the trails show the beauty of spring flowers along the way. If rugged volcanic ridges are just the thing that will satisfy your inner adventurer, venture into the Mokelumne Wilderness.

A place where boats rest deep in the turquoise waters of a magical alpine lake, Emerald Bay State Park is a must-visit oasis that you can reach after a couple of hours spent on the road in your RV rental near Lundy Canyon Campground. Lake Tahoe is the centerpiece of this glacier-shaped park, excellent for swimming, kayaking, and scuba diving. The only island in the lake, Fanette Island can be reached by boat and offers a unique perspective on the surrounding pine-covered lakeshores. There are also man-made places worth visiting, such as Vikingsholm, a mansion bringing the best of the Scandinavian architecture in the middle of the Sierra Mountains.

Exploring the Area

Opportunities for a day trip are endless – all you need to do is hit the road in your Lee Vining camper rental, and you will get to some exciting urban centers in no time.

If Carson City is the destination of your choice, make sure to find some time to discover what the Nevada State Railroad Museum has in store. From the cars and locomotives that once ran on the famous Virginia and Truckee Railroad to an actual train ride in one of the historic trains, it guarantees an interesting visit. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum organizes special events, changing exhibits, and lectures.

Those who take a trip to Sacramento shouldn’t miss out on entering the Crocker Art Museum. The highlight of this museum, one of the longest continuously-running museums in the West, is a vast collection of Californian art, showing visitors not only national art but also its history. There is also artwork coming from Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as one of the largest international ceramics collections in the country.

The impressive Neoclassical building of the California State Capitol Museum is another attraction in Sacramento that you should explore, one of the best places to get familiar with the interesting history of the state, as well as its present. An extensive art collection can be found in the building, encompassing paintings, murals, and governors’ portraits. Beautiful statues can be found both on the outside and on the inside, and the museum also features an amazing flag collection.

When you rent a camper near Lundy Canyon Campground, you are in for that escape into the wilderness you have been waiting for, found only in the untouched nature of the Sierras.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Lundy to Oneida Lake Trail, CALee Vining, CA
  • Steelhead Lake, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Lundy Canyon Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Virginia Lakes Trail, NVToiyabe National Forest, NV
  • Saddlebag Lake Trail, CAInyo National Forest, CA
  • Twenty Lakes Basin Loop Trail, CALee Vining, CA
  • Mount Conness, CAYosemite National Park, CA
  • McCabe Lakes Trail, CABridgeport, CA
  • East Lake Trail, NVToiyabe National Forest, NV
  • Hoover Lakes Trail, NVToiyabe National Forest, NV

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