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In order to get some fresh air and plenty of outdoor experiences, you might want to consider getting an RV rental in Pine Valley, California. In this little area, you’ll find stunning mountains and a green forest, part of which is sprinkled with houses and sandy bits. As if this isn’t enough, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit Cuyamaca Rancho State Park as well as Cleveland National Forest for even more nature fun. Even the beautiful Pacific Ocean isn’t too far away from your travel trailer rental in Pine Valley, so the options are almost endless.

Should you miss the city life, the delightful gardens of El Cajon are quite near your luxury RV rental in Pine Valley, as is the city of La Mesa with its many family-friendly events spread over the whole year. Keep on driving for a bit and you’ll arrive in San Diego where you’ll find an abundance of museums, music, and sports events. More locally there are the small towns of Flinn Springs and Live Oak Springs, only a short drive with your RV rental in Pine Valley. Interstate 8 runs through the green area as well, which makes it easy to get around.

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The Great Pine Valley Outdoors

In order to experience the great outdoors, all you have to do is step out of your camper rental in Pine Valley and you’ll find Pine Valley County Park in the heart of the area. Here you can enjoy the pine trees and grassy lawns, relax in the pavilion, or have a yummy picnic. If you brought your kids, they’ll keep busy at the basketball court or in the horseshoe pit. There’s even a tot lot for the toddlers.

A visit to Lake Jennings is a good idea for anyone who wants some water adventure. On this scenic lake, you can go boating or kayaking and it has one of the best fishing waters around. You can also hike along the miles of trails through the rolling hills and the riparian areas with breathtaking views over the lake and the surrounding mountains. The wildlife is abundant, with lots of deer, bobcats, and raccoons along with a great variety of birds. You might want to bring your camera for this one.

If you want to dry up after all the watery fun, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is not far from your motorhome rental in Pine Valley. Here you can admire the beautiful desert landscape while having a look for fossils or fascinating rock formations. Should you be more interested in animals who haven’t yet turned to stone, there’s both kit foxes, desert iguanas, and kangaroo rats around. For when you get a bit too hot, the visitor center is built underground and will cool you down nicely.

RV Parks in Pine Valley

Finding a place to park your RV rental near Pine Valley is not hard; there are several very nice places around. At Lake Morena RV Park, about 10 miles away, you’ll get electric and water hookups, playgrounds, and a pavilion on site. As the name suggests, Lake Morena is just around the corner and here you can fish, rent a boat, or both.

If you drive for 20 minutes in the other direction, you’ll reach the Alpine Springs RV Park. Apart from being close to the casino in The Willows, this park provides full hookups, a swimming pool, and picnic tables. For the hungry belly, there are both grocery stores and supermarkets at your service in Pine Valley, and that includes fuel for your Pine Valley RV rental.

Exploring Pine Valley

If you don’t mind another little taste of nature, you can park your best RV rental in Pine Valley and walk to the Cottonwood Creek Falls. This is a beautiful series of small waterfalls, which is quite impressive considering the hot environment it’s in. Bring your camera to take some photos of the stream, but you should be aware that there aren’t many signs around - possibly the main reason that it’s not a very crowded place.

You might think that when you’re in the heart of the forest, there won’t be too many shops around, and while you’re somewhat correct, in Pine Valley you can pay a visit to the t-shirt design shop in town. Here you’ll find t-shirts of all kinds for sale - perfect if you’ve yet to buy some gifts for friends and family back home. Hopefully, you’ll find prints that everyone will be pleased with.

Should you want to purchase something a bit more substantial, you'll find shops where you can buy beautifully crafted wooden furniture and items such as chairs, table tops, and love seats. You can have pieces custom-made, but you might want to call ahead before you visit just to make sure that you’ll be able to get that perfect wooden bird feeder. If you’d rather feed yourself, the food range is rather limited, but there’s both fast food and diners to have a look at.

You can probably imagine the scent of pine trees already, so don’t wait too long before you start your search for an RV in Pine Valley where you’ll find more than enough of the grand trees. Whoever comes with you on this trip will most likely find something to their liking, don’t forget to bring extra socks.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Oakzanita Springs Campground Trail, CACuyamaca Rancho State Park, CA
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