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Information About Palm Springs, CA

With over 355 days of sunshine, Palm Springs, CA has a famed dry climate with winter temperatures averaging in the 70s, with evening lows in the 40s. It’s a sun bather’s dream and perfect for any outdoor enthusiast. With so many sunny days ahead, get out and enjoy it!

The hip hotels, raging restaurants, chic shops, and boisterous boutiques make up several of the new, fun, and exciting entertainment venues Palm Springs has to offer its visitors. This dynamic city in the Sonoran Desert is also known for its healing hot springs and tranquil spas. With an overall ambiance that complements the warm, welcoming weather, Palm Springs thrives with a growing nightlife, an eclectic art scene, and surrounding landscapes that are awe-inspiring.

This desert resort city is definitely one that you will want to take the time to really enjoy, as frantic and hurried is not promoted here; even among all the vibrant life. Palm Springs is the place to relax, and when you book an RV in Palm Springs, you take all the anxiety away from rushing around to get back to a hotel when you’re in the thrill of the many moments you can take in here.

A Welcoming Sun

Beyond the palm-lined city streets, the warm sunshine welcomes all to venture outdoors. No worrying about gloomy, rainy days here! For those who want to step outside the city to a place even more tranquil, nearby Mount San Jacinto State Park is the place to go.

In fact, you can park your Palm Springs RV rental here for a while, if the enthralling environment entices you to do so. It also depends on whether or not you can get in, as these sought-after campgrounds fill up rather quickly. Luckily, you’re a stone’s throw away from the heart of Palm Springs, so nothing can get under your skin here. Even if campgrounds are filled to capacity, take the day to do your body some good. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding are all popular activities here.

A vast majority of the state park is part of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. This is where the desert oasis meets granite peaks; a land that’s full of contrast and adaptation. Going back and forth between forested enchantment and city splendor is easy with the tram via Palm Springs.

But, why stop here? When you rent an RV, you’re looking for more adventure. You want to go places. Drive your Palm Springs camper rental just about an hour east and you will come upon the splendor that is Joshua Tree National Park.

The renowned park harbors two very distinct desert ecosystems that come together in a perfect harmony that draws in hiking, climbing, and camping enthusiasts from all walks of life. The lands here are sculpted by the ever-working hands of strong winds and rushes of rain. The surreal geological wonders, rich cultural history, vast wilderness, and signature Joshua Trees add to the enchantment that this place upholds.

You’re definitely going to want a few nights out here. The skies glitter with starlight and the constellations can once again tell their tales long lost under all the city lights. With the best RV in Palm Springs, you can watch the dark heavens give rise to the new morning sun - embrace the new day and get back out there!

Back toward our city start, the Coachella Valley Preserve - Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve of Thousand Palms is another delight, just 30 minutes to the east. There is no fee to access this haven, though visitors are encouraged to donate toward the Preserve. Many come here to enjoy the day hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, and to visit the Palm House and Visitor Center. The desert wilderness, wildlife, trails and more are sure to delight!

You can finish out the day with some fun at The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, where the animals will be coming back out to enjoy the cooler evening. You’ll be doing a lot of walking here, too, as the zoo offers a joyful journey “through the deserts of the world”. Round out the night with some tasty, well-deserved grub in any nearby restaurant - there are plenty to choose from.

A New Way To Discover

Speaking of choices, you have a lot of those when you’re looking for a place to park your RV rental. Pick from campgrounds, parks, or resorts and find your favorite getaway. That’s the best part of choosing a Palm Springs RV rental by owner; you don’t have to stick with one, finite homebase.

Take your creature comforts with you and enjoy this piece of California right. Palm Springs is the perfect hub to start and end your vacation the way you should. This center for mindful matters is boasting architecture, design, culture, and art. It is a beautiful oasis surrounded by other enchanting destinations.

Come - immerse yourself in Palm Springs’ desert resort, and do it on your own terms. Go where you want when you want with your new favorite way to discover California - in an RV rental!

RV Rentals in Palm Springs, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Palm Springs. Outdoorsy's Palm Springs 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 Palm Springs 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 Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 85365, Arizona, 86401, Arizona, 86403, Arizona, 86404, Arizona, 86406, Arizona, and 86409, Arizona.

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