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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.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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When you camp at Pechanga RV Resort, you won’t have to go far to experience the best this place has to offer. Catch some reprieve from the California heat in the large swimming pool, or challenge your buddies to a game of cards in the pool house. Cozy up with your next read from the book exchange, or loosen up tense muscles in one of two hot tubs. Play a round of horseshoes, or if your pet is tagging along on your vacation, take them for a walk in the fenced dog walk and entertainment area. If you prefer to just chill and binge-watch your favorite show, the free Wi-Fi and cable TV hookups might come in handy.
When you finish taking advantage of the RV park’s amenities, 210 big rig-friendly campsites with full hookups await. If you want a bit more privacy and exclusivity, opt for a Presidential site, which includes an open-air pergola, a large picnic area, estate-style fencing, and propane barbecues. Did you forget something at home? Visit the mini-mart and see if it’s in stock. And before you cuddle up in your RV rental, you can freshen up with a hot shower in the modern restrooms.
It can get super hot in California, so it’s always nice to happen upon a haven from the heat. Lake Skinner Park in Winchester is just that. The popular recreation destination is situated at the base of Bachelor Mountain in the Auld Valley. While here, you can hike, sail, fish, horseback ride, camp, and picnic. Boating is permissible, but it must be non-body contact (no swimming, water skiing, etc.). There are also splash pads for younger children, horseshoe pits, an amphitheater, running trails, and even laundry facilities. Offering expansive natural vistas, several amenities, and invigorating recreational activities, it’s no wonder Lake Skinner is so popular among locals and visitors.
But if you’re not afraid of a little heat, then maybe you should head on over to Joshua Park National Park. The place where two distinct desert ecosystems come together, Joshua Tree National Park combines the unique environments of the Mojave and Colorado deserts. The park is home to intensely dark night skies, otherworldly geologic features, and rich cultural history. Whether you’re into rock climbing and bouldering, hiking, camping, photography, or something else, this distinctive desert won’t disappoint. Though it’s a bit over an hour's drive from the campground, it’s only proper that you would visit this national treasure if you’re going to be camping that close to it.
Maybe a beach day is in order. If so, head to the coast and visit San Clemente State Beach. The mile-long beach is hugged by a steep bluff and is incredibly scenic. Its strong winds make it the perfect place for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and other water sports. Besides water sports, hiking, biking, fishing, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, wildlife viewing, and swimming are also popular here. After a day out on the water, explore San Clemente’s Spanish Colonial style architecture and pleasant climate.
If you’re RV camping at Pechanga RV Resort, chances are you enjoy gambling. If so, you’ll definitely want to check out one of California’s largest casinos. The facility houses over 4,500 slot machines, popular table games, and multiple poker rooms. But even if gambling is not your thing, this Temecula campground certainly won’t disappoint. Apart from the world-class amenities back at the RV campground, the resort has several dining options, a comedy club, a nightclub, a lounge, and more.
Perhaps your love of wine is what drove you to search for an RV in Riverside County. In this case, you’ll be well-pleased with your decision to visit. You’ll find over 18 wineries and vineyards within a short drive of Pechanga RV Resort. The only problem you’ll have is deciding which ones you’ll visit and who will be the designated driver.
Children who camp in an RV near Temecula might enjoy spending some time out of the sun and in Pennypickle’s Workshop. Temecula’s children’s museum, the 7,500-square-foot facility is filled with hands-on exhibits, inventions, and gadgets certain to keep children of all ages engaged and entertained. Let their imaginations run wild as they learn chemistry in pretend play kitchens, get lost in a secret maze, or travel through time in the library. Children learn visually, and neither parents nor kids will be disappointed when you visit Pennypickle’s Workshop. At the end of your time here, commemorate your trip (and keep your children’s creative juices flowing) with cool magnets, science kits, microscopes, unusual clocks, and much more from the gift shop.