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Monterey Park, CA is just seven miles east of downtown Los Angeles and six miles south of Pasadena, and has its own very unique history and vibe. This part of the L.A. metropolitan area is known for having a dynamic Asian flair, including parks with Japanese gardens, a Chinese-dominated business district in downtown Monterey Park, and the grand Lincoln Plaza Hotel, built in the 1980s to serve tourists from Taiwan, Hong Kong and all over the world. Monterey Park offers unique dining, great shopping and celebrations like Lunar Year Festival, Cinco de Mayo, the Cherry Blossom Festival and Play Days parade and carnival.
Get off the grid with the Monterey Park RV rental and set up camp in Joshua Tree National Park or the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. You can even camp on beaches of the Pacific Ocean. Monterey Park, CA, is a perfect base for your exploration of all that southern California has to offer. No matter which direction you drive in the Monterey Park rental RV, you’ll find something for everyone. When you book an RV in Monterey Park, CA, you can customize your own SoCal experience.
Experience the Sites and Scenery
Even though Monterey Park is in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the Los Angeles area, it doesn’t take long to get out of the city and enjoy stunning landscapes and peaceful retreats. The Pacific Ocean is just 20 miles away, and there you can enjoy watersports like boating and fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, and even whale watching.
Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, just southeast of Monterey Park, is a popular spot with areas for a variety of sports like baseball, volleyball, tennis, and more. Enjoy a hike in and around this pretty area, which also features three lakes, fishing and boating, as well as a renowned military museum and shooting range. There is also an equestrian center, disc golf course and an urban farm on site.
Ten miles north lies the expansive Angeles National Forest, a spectacular scenic wilderness area with developed camping areas, including many that are accessible by your Monterey Park rental motorhome. There are also miles and miles of trails suitable for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Certain areas of the forest are open to off-road vehicles, too.
There are numerous state parks along the Pacific Ocean that can be explored with your Monterey Park, CA RV rental. Crystal Cove State Park has campgrounds, tide pools, beach areas, and hiking trails. Topanga State Park features 14,000 acres of gorgeous wilderness area, with hiking trails in nearby canyons and mountainscapes.
Travel east in your Monterey Park camper rental and experience the stunning desert landscape of Joshua Tree National Park and the Salton Sea. Joshua Tree is less than a two-hour drive, and is one of the most beautiful examples of rich desert terrains in the country. This world-renowned desert area brings in visitors who want to fully experience glorious night skies, amazing and otherworldly terrain, and the signature Joshua trees. Camping, hiking, bird watching and stargazing are popular activities here.
It will be easy for you to outfit the Monterey Park RV rental by owner with groceries, camping supplies, water and fuel. It’s simple to enjoy the great outdoors here when you rent an RV.
One of the most popular stops for locals and visitors alike is the Garvey Ranch Observatory, in Garvey Ranch Park. This historic site includes a museum, classroom and workshop. The observatory boasts an active and working 8-inch refractor telescope.
Another quaint spot in bustling Monterey Park is Jardin El Encanto, also known simply as “El Encanto.” This Spanish-style building located on El Mercado Street is home to beautiful hand-painted woodwork and tile. The renovation of this beautiful building is the crown jewel of Monterey Park. El Encanto also features a unique pool with a cascading waterfall in the adjoining garden area.
If you’re interested in history, you will love the Monterey Park Historical Museum, operated and maintained by the Monterey Park Historical Society. Many programs and lectures are offered and this pretty spot is popular as a place to take in the afternoon tea. In the Los Angeles metropolitan area, and all across Los Angeles County are world-class art museums, natural history, and zoological museums. Some of the best known are the Getty Center Museum for a peek into the Getty art collections, and the Huntington Library Art Collection and Botanical Gardens in nearby San Marino.
Where to Park It
Finding a place to park your motorhome rental in Monterey Park is easy. There are dozens of wilderness areas, regional parks, state campgrounds and national forest areas where you can experience the great outdoors. Alternatively, there are world-class RV resorts right in the middle of the city.
Walmart stores can be found throughout Los Angeles County, and near Monterey Park, you’ll find a Walmart Supercenter in nearby Rosemead. It will be easy to get to a multitude of areas and there are plenty of places to park your luxury RV rental in Monterey Park. Though driving a big rig can be a bit challenging in the city, there are alternate and trucking routes that you can easily access.
Monterey Park has many choices of different Asian and fusion/ethnic offerings. Home of several Hong Kong fusion cafes, there are also award-winning Cantonese seafood restaurants, as well as restaurants offering mainland Chinese fare. A wide variety of cuisine can be found throughout the city, including cafes, pizza joints, Mexican restaurants, and burger/steak places. A visit to the world-famous Farmers Market of Los Angeles is a special treat for foodies. The market features over 100 gourmet food vendors, fresh produce, live music, gift shopping and much more, and it’s open every day of the week.
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RV Rentals in Monterey Park, CA
Monterey Park, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Monterey Park. Outdoorsy's Monterey Park 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 Monterey Park 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.
What's around Monterey Park, CA
Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!
Local Hiking Trails
|Mt. San Antonio & Mt. Baldy Notch Trail||Mt Baldy||California|
|Potato Chip Rock via Mt. Woodson Trail||Poway||California|
|Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop||Sierra Madre||California|
|Etiwanda Falls Trail||Rancho Cucamonga||California|
|East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere)||Azusa||California|
|Eaton Canyon Trail||Pasadena||California|
|Sturtevant Falls Trail||Sierra Madre||California|
|Black Star Canyon Trail||Silverado||California|
|Runyon Canyon Trail||Los Angeles||California|
|Dawn Mine Trail Loop||Altadena||California|
Recommendations for Monterey Park, CA from Outdoorsy Owners
This iconic Hollywood landmark offers 5-star cuisine and evening entertainment you'll never forget. Magicians all over the world come here to display their acts and allure the audiences.
LAX, is the primary international airport serving Los Angeles, California, United States, and its surrounding metropolitan area.
This is a beautiful, family friendly place that's super close to the LA area. You can even order a pizza to your campground! Yet the views and access to nature is still there.
Mobil gas, easy access to DIESEL fuel. Exit to the East, and immediate right turn to the 210 freeway. Exit on San Dimas Ave, right turn on Baseline, proceed to our home.
Stay at the East Shore RV park your first night, and spend the next day at Raging Waters, one of the Top 10 Water Parks in the US. Opening May 20, Raging Waters is always best during the week.
Tucked away on a hilltop overlooking Puddingstone Reservoir and Bonelli Regional Park, the East Shore RV park is a sprawling oasis of green grass and mature trees. Best sites are A, B, and C loops.