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Information About Mission Viejo, CA

Mission Viejo, California is simply the city of everything. Whether you are looking to enjoy the brilliance of nature, admire scenic views or feel the culture of the city, you will be able to do all of that in this lovely RV rental city. If you rent an RV in Orange County, this is the first place you should visit. Within a short drive from this lovely RV rental city, you will find the best beaches and largest malls in California.

The Great Outdoors

Within a reasonable driving distance with your Mission Viejo camper rental, there are many things to enjoy and best of all – most are free of charge. Whether that's hiking, sightseeing, swimming or arts activities – you are in the right place.

To capture the most scenic lake views, enjoy the amazing beach or have quiet time fishing, your number one place to visit should be Lake Mission Viejo. Its breathtaking view and unbelievably clear water is something you shouldn’t miss out on if you are looking for a relaxing atmosphere. For natural beauty, don’t head to Oso Creek Trail for a hike, and for golfing a must-visit is Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club.

To go back in time, visit Mission San Juan Capistrano, a site that offers many historic buildings, tours, and museums. You can also take your RV rental just a few miles away and visit Heritage Hill Historic Park in Lake Forest, which hosts many events you are sure to admire and gets all decked out for Christmas.

Just about 10 miles away is Laguna Beach, with the most beautiful parks and beaches. Should you decide to take your Mission Viejo RV rental to this scenic place, be sure to visit Pacific Marine Mammal Center to admire rescued sea lions and other mammals or Heisler Park to take amazing photos in front of the spectacular views of the beach. You will also find Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Crystal Cove State Park, and Victoria Beach worth a visit. Nearby, you will also find Laguna Niguel, where you can stop by to visit Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park for biking or hiking and Laguna Niguel Regional Park for a scenic walk or fishing.

RV Parks

One of the greatest RV parks near Mission Viejo is O'Neill Regional Park in Trabuco Canyon, which offers many trails for hiking and includes picnic tables and playgrounds. It is very close to the shopping and restaurants area and you can bring your furry companions with you as it is a dog-friendly RV park. A gas station is also only a few miles away.

The Live Oak Grove Campground at Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park in San Juan Capistrano offers an amazing RV park surrounded by forest with many hiking and biking trails. If you are looking for a perfect getaway with an easy access to San Clemente, Laguna and Mission Viejo, you are in the right place.

Moro Campground at Crystal Cove State Park, located in Laguna Beach, is another amazing RV park which includes picnic and beach areas, family programs, and biking and hiking trails. It is within reasonable driving distance to historic sites and beaches such as Laguna Beach, Corona del Mar, and Newport Beach. A shopping center is a couple of minutes away and so are gas stations. By parking your Mission Viejo RV rental in this campground, you are sure to be in the middle of everything you need, but far away from the hustle you would like to avoid.

Whichever RV park you choose, and the choice is huge, be sure to enjoy the surroundings and natural beauty they each have to offer.

Exploring the City

Mission Viejo is famous for its natural beauty. Many city parks offer great recreational and picnic areas, including Oso Viejo with sports fields, playgrounds, and a trail. Another great park with playgrounds and sports fields is Melinda Park. Pavion Park also offers a modern playground with plenty of interactive games and facilities for children.

There are plenty of places to stay busy in town. Shopping areas at Mission Viejo are packed with great shops, activities, and entertainment, including a movie theater for the whole family.

Lake Mission Viejo Association holds many events such as outdoor concerts and movie screenings in summer and the city organizes street fairs and a number of holiday events as well. Book an RV in Mission Viejo at the right time and be amazed by how festive the city can be. Make the most of your RV rental in Orange County and enjoy everything Mission Viejo has to offer.

RV Rentals in Mission Viejo, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Mission Viejo. Outdoorsy's Mission Viejo 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 Mission Viejo 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, Angeles National Forest, and Sheep Mountain Wilderness. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 85365, Arizona, 86403, Arizona, 90014, California, 90022, California, 90025, California, and 90026, California.

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