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Looking for a great getaway place in the Golden State? Look into RV rentals in Rancho Cucamonga. Not only is the city’s name fun to say, but it’s a fun place to stay! With an RV rental in Rancho Cucamonga, you’ll be central to some of California’s biggest and most popular attractions, like the theme parks of Anaheim, the mega-metropolis of Los Angeles, the gorgeous Pacific coast, and stunning national parks.

The city is neatly tucked in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and is vibrant and modern, boasting many great restaurants, entertainment venues, shops and more. Residents take pride in education, arts and culture. There are many great schools in the area, as well as the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center, which houses a large theater and the city library. Getting around the city and to the rest of California in your Rancho Cucamonga motorhome rental is simple. The city is close to many major highways, transportation hubs and airports. Plus, there are plenty of park and ride options through both the Omnitrans Bus and Metrolink Train services.

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The Great Outdoors

There are many major outdoor attractions surrounding the city. You’ll be close to some great Californian national, state and regional parks when you choose a rental RV in Rancho Cucamonga. In the eastern foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, you’ll find Wildwood Canyon. The state park is located above the Inland Empire suburbs. The canyon offers a unique panoramic perspective of the surrounding hills and valleys. You’ll find a vast variety of wildlife among the canyon, grassland, woodland and sage scrub habitats. The park also has several preserved historical ranches and homesteads to explore.

A great place to take the Rancho Cucamonga camper rental overnight is Mount San Jacinto State Park. It’s a popular place for camping, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and more. Plus, a large stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail, a 2,650-mile scenic trail that stretches all the way from Mexico to Canada across the United States, runs through the park.

Another must-see spot in the area is the California Citrus State Historic Park. The park is open from April through September and it protects the history of the legendary citrus industry. Visitors can learn about when “Citrus was King” at the museum, go on a guided tour, and even enjoy fresh fruit tastings.

If you’re looking for a place for outdoor adventure in your Rancho Cucamonga rental RV, head over to the Prado Regional Park in Chino. It’s a place where you can do almost everything. There are ample campsites with many hiking and biking trails nearby. The park also boasts a disc golf course, large clubhouse, two 18-hole golf courses, an Olympic shooting range and more. There are quite a few public parks in Rancho Cucamonga, with playgrounds, ponds, and athletic facilities at many of them. Some of the most popular parks include Milliken Park, Windrows Park and Red Hill Park.

RV Parks

There are several RV parks inside the city, and dozens more in the surrounding areas. You won’t have to look far for a place to stay in your Rancho Cucamonga rental camper. Bonita Ranch RV Campground is in a beautiful area in the foothills to the north of the city. They have full hookup sites suitable for larger RVs or motorhomes. The park is also just a short hike from gorgeous Bonita Falls. Plus, staying here puts you close to some of the most popular California attractions like Disneyland, Coachella, and the Glen Helen Amphitheater.

Mission RV Park, to the east in Redlands, is another decent choice. The park is well staffed and maintained. Plus the park is clean, pet-friendly, and conveniently located near some of the best restaurants and shopping centers in the area.

East Shore RV Park has modern amenities. They offer green sites at all of their campsites, which are designed to accommodate large and oversized rigs. Plus each site is paved with full hookups. Take your Rancho Cucamonga rental RV to Terrace Village RV Park and you’ll be centrally located by some prime area attractions like Knott's Berry Farm, the Temecula Wineries, Lake Arrowhead, and the Fontana Speedway.

San Bernardino RV Park is another popular place to stay. There are paved patios at each site, WiFi and clean facilities for guests. It’s also conveniently located near some of the area’s finest restaurants, large shopping centers, grocery stores and fueling stations.

Exploring the City

When you choose a camper rental in Rancho Cucamonga, you’ll be staying in a beautifully developed area that offers a ton to do. There are dozens of parks and natural areas that the whole family can enjoy. Some of the most popular parks include the stunning Victoria Gardens and the lush Central Park. For even more family-friendly fun, check out the House of Play “HOP” Indoor Playground. It offers hours of bouncing amusement and thrills. Catch a live show at the Lewis Family Playhouse. Got a need for speed? Watch a NASCAR race at the Auto Club Speedway.

The Rancho Cucamonga area is also part of the greater California wine country, with dozens of vineyards to choose from. Get your fill of fun, sun and adventure with an motorhome rental in Rancho Cucamonga!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Pacific Electric Trail through Cucamonga, CARancho Cucamonga, CA
  • West Cucamonga Truck Trail, CASan Bernardino National Forest, CA
  • Sapphire Falls Trail [CLOSED], CAAngeles National Forest, CA
  • West Fork Trail, CASan Bernardino National Forest, CA
  • Etiwanda Falls Trail, CANorth Etiwanda Preserve, CA
  • North Etiwanda Preserve Loop, CANorth Etiwanda Preserve, CA
  • Pacific Electric Trail, CARancho Cucamonga, CA
  • Potato Mountain Wilderness Trail, CACucamonga Wilderness, CA
  • Joatngna Trail (The Elfin Forest Trail), CAAngeles National Forest, CA
  • Thompson Creek Trail, CAClaremont, CA

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