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Information About Norwalk, CA

Norwalk is part of the Greater Los Angeles area, located just under 20 miles away from downtown Los Angeles. The city‘s excellent transport links, including three freeway connections and a Metrolink train station, make it an ideal place to rent an RV to explore the entire Los Angeles area and beyond.

When you book an RV in Norwalk, you’re in an ideal location to explore the greater urban area, with all of its famous attractions and resorts, while benefitting from the freedom to visit nearby national forests, monuments, and parks, as well as the Pacific Ocean. Norwalk also has many interesting places to visit, such as the historic Hargitt House. If you enjoy working out, get a day pass for Norwalk’s Arts and Sports Complex or visit the Aquatic Pavilion for swimming and keep-fit classes.

Norwalk has everything you need to make the very most of your Norwalk RV rental vacation.

The Great Outdoors

Take a break from the bustle of the city and drive your Norwalk motorhome rental to one of LA’s most popular recreational areas, the Whittier Narrows Recreational Area. Only a 20-minute drive away in your Norwalk RV rental, this park offers a fantastic array of outdoor recreational activities in a rural setting just off the Pomona Freeway. Go fishing on one of the three lakes or hire a boat for an afternoon on the water. You can purchase refreshments at the concession stand after a day’s hiking or pay a visit to the Whittier Narrows Nature Center, where you can learn all about the natural environment through plant and wildlife exhibits.

If you prefer somewhere more remote, farther away from the city, take the 90-minute drive to Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park. This 8,000-acre protected preserve features sandstone canyons and ravines of the Santa Ana Mountains. Its valley offers fantastic displays of wildflowers and the park is home to many different animal and plant species. Take a guided walk to find out more about this incredible wilderness area and the conservation efforts behind it.

The Caspers Wilderness Park makes up just part of the immense Cleveland National Forest. California’s southern-most national forest, Cleveland Forest extends over 460,000 acres, with a huge variety of terrains and recreational opportunities. The forest is home to 22 endangered plant and animal species and its vast expanse provides a welcome escape for visitors and locals alike. The park is a paradise for hikers with an extensive network of trails. From gentle strolls to intensive and advanced climbing trails, there’s a trail for every level. Camp overnight, go fishing or nature viewing; however you prefer to spend your California vacation, there is no shortage of options with a Norwalk motorhome rental.

RV Parks

There are plenty of RV parks near to Norwalk and you’ll have no difficulty finding somewhere to park your Norwalk camper rental, either nearby or a bit out of town. If you want to stay close to the city for a night or two, you could check out Village RV Park, around 10 miles away in nearby Westminster. This RV park offers a pool, a hot tub, and an air-conditioned fitness center. There are also wider sites available to accommodate RVs with multiple slide outs. At the 405 and 22 freeway intersection, this location is in easy reach of Disneyland, Medieval Times, and the Discovery Science Center, as well as a whole host of other attractions in the Greater Los Angeles area. Beaches such as Long Beach, Santa Barbara, and Newport are also within a short drive in your Norwalk camper rental.

If you’re thinking about visiting some of the area’s theme parks, you may want to try parking up your Norwalk luxury RV rental at Anaheim RV Park, just a few miles away in nearby Anaheim. Located just off the I-5, this RV park is just one mile away from the Disneyland complex. The campground has a shuttle service which runs throughout the day so its guests can visit Disneyland or local restaurants and shops nearby, without the hassle of taking their RV. Premium pull-through sites are available for extra long RVs. The park has numerous facilities such as a swimming pool, a hot tub, and a laundry room.

With such a huge array of campgrounds and RV parks in the area, you’ll have plenty of choices, wherever you decide to stay over in your Norwalk RV rental by owner.

Exploring the City

When you pick up or drop off your Norwalk RV rental be sure to take some time to check out the city. Golf fans will enjoy taking time out to play the local course, although the golf-themed entertainment park is also an extremely popular destination. Featuring four 18-hole miniature golf courses, rides, and plenty of family fun, this entertainment park could be a good way to relax and spend a day out. There is also a cafe on site so you won’t have to leave if you work up an appetite.

Art enthusiasts, pay a visit to Norwalk Cultural Arts Center. The center organizes festivals and cultural events. There are also regularly-held art classes for those interested in developing their creative side. Norwalk Cultural Arts Center is home to the Mary Paxon Art Gallery. This interesting gallery holds monthly exhibitions and features contemporary and often local artists. It's definitely a place to visit to broaden your cultural horizons and maybe start a new hobby.

If you’re interested in finding out about the city’s history, visit Hargitt House, built in 1891 by one of the city’s founding families, the Johnston family. The house is built in the Eastlake Victorian style with crossed gables and its exterior has not been changed over time. Guided tours of the interior reveal the city’s past through family heirlooms and glimpses of how life was back in Norwalk’s early days.

Norwalk is home to four shopping areas and malls. If you enjoy hitting the shops or simply browsing, be sure to leave yourself some time to check out what’s on offer. There is also a decent choice of restaurants and eateries providing a wide range of cuisines, whether you want to grab a quick bite while you’re out bargain hunting, or if you’re looking to enjoy a sit down to a gourmet meal, there’s something for everyone in Norwalk.

RV Rentals in Norwalk, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Norwalk. Outdoorsy's Norwalk 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 Norwalk 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 Sequoia National Park. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 90001, California, 90007, California, 90012, California, 90014, California, 90017, California, and 90018, California.

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