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Perched on the dazzling California coast halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, San Clemente is the southernmost city in Orange County. You can expect amazing views of ocean, mountains, and rolling hills. It has a long pier for fishing and miles upon miles of gorgeous beaches. These beaches are a perfect spot to get in the water for some surfing. The Surfing Heritage and Cultural Center is one example of the importance this sport has for the area.

For even more outdoor fun, San Clemente sits just a few miles from Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park and Crystal Cove State Park. This part of California is the land of the scenic drive. If you love winding roads with some amazing views, consider heading east to Mount San Jacinto State Park. If you search for an RV in San Clemente, you’ll not only find some great options but you’ll be instantly in a region of the country that offers some of the best, most consistent climates in the world. Get in your San Clemente RV rental and hit the road.

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The Great Outdoors

There is absolutely no shortage of incredible things to do outside in and around San Clemente. Once you get your San Clemente motorhome rental, head to the San Clemente Pier. You can wander out onto the pier and marvel at the ocean views as the surfers navigate the waves. Bring your fishing rod and gear and cast a line into the beautiful blue water. When you get hungry or thirsty you can stop at one of the nearby restaurants or cafes. The San Clemente Coastal Trail, which runs for a couple of miles along the coast, is a popular stop for both tourists and locals. The midpoint of the trail is the San Clemente Pier. Spend an afternoon walking the trail, or rent bikes if you prefer.

If you enjoy surf, sun, and sand, definitely check out San Clemente State Beach. The beach runs along by the pier. You’ll see people walking and jogging along the sand just about any time of the year. This beach is good for surfing so it is rocky and the waves are powerful but the highlight here is the view. You can even enjoy some bonfires in the evening at a few designated spots.

Once you rent an RV, take it north and a little inland to Limestone Canyon Regional Park in about an hour. This park is perfect for hikers and bikers due to their extensive trail system. Be sure to visit “The Sinks”, a geological formation often called a mini Grand Canyon. While navigating through the park, you’ll also come across diverse plants and wildlife habitats throughout the park so don’t forget your camera.

RV Parks

You won’t have any trouble finding places to park your luxury RV rental in San Clemente. One is the San Onofre State Beach Bluffs Campground. The amenities are limited here and there are no hookups. Some sites have ocean views and pets are allowed. Choosing this campground gives you easy access to the beach and many hiking trails. Another local option is to stay at the San Clemente State Beach Campground. There are large, full hookup sites here as well as bathrooms with showers. A short walk on an attached trail will take you right to The Pier. Of course, that means the beach is nice and close too.

A little outside San Clemente, consider taking your San Clemente RV trailer rental north to Doheny State Beach in Dana Point. None of the sites here are full hookup, but you can enjoy restroom and shower facilities, recreation trails, and fishing. Pets are allowed here too.

Exploring the City

Spending time in San Clemente can expose you to rich culture, especially Spanish style artwork. If you visit Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, you will find incredible beauty, Spanish tile artwork, and amazing views of the beaches and ocean across the ridge. Learn about the local history while strolling the grounds and see the magnificent craftsmanship or have a drink and snack at the cafe.

If you’re traveling with young kids in your San Clemente, California RV rental head to Linda Lane Park. This fish-themed playground is a good alternative to the beach. Tierra Grande Park offers a barn-themed playground, a baseball field, and a basketball court.

Affectionately called “The Smithsonian of Surfing”, the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center isn’t just for surfing enthusiasts. The museum explains the evolution of the sport and displays many different kinds of surfboards. Surfing’s origins may be Hawaiian, but the sport has found a spiritual home here on the California.

A camper rental in San Clemente won’t disappoint and ensures you are instantly located close to the attractions of the area. You’ll enjoy the beach, the views, and the memories for years to come. Choose one of the San Clemente RV rentals by owner, and start looking forward to the vacation of a lifetime.

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