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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

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.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Discover San Dimas

Named for the nearby canyons in the San Gabriel Mountains, San Dimas is a lovely little town on the edges of the Los Angeles metro area that offers the best of both worlds for visiting vacationers. Both city and countryside are equally easily accessible when you rent an RV in San Dimas and the amount of things to do in the area is endless.

With the arrival of the first railroads in 1887, San Dimas was mapped out and planned as an agricultural community that would later become a regional hub for farming activities. The town grew rapidly as more and more people moved to the west coast in the 20th century in search of better opportunities.

With its warm Mediterranean climate and proximity to the Pacific Ocean and Los Angeles,  choosing to book an RV in San Dimas is a natural choice for those wishing to see and explore gorgeous southern California. Taking famous California Route 1 in your San Dimas camper rental, you can reach sunny San Diego heading south, or even San Francisco all the way north, if you are feeling adventurous. The magnificent public transportation and LAX airport are also extremely helpful when traveling to town, so don’t overlook this vacation destination next time you plan a trip somewhere.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

When you rent a motorhome in San Dimas, you will frequently be reminded of how beautiful California is, even before you set out and leave the wonderful little city. The San Gabriel Mountains loom large overhead and dominate the northern skyline and can be seen quite easily at Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area. The park is welcoming to all who enjoy fishing and non-motorized boating as well as swimming and mountain biking, too. The nature center located in the park offers insight into the park’s history and importance with regards to the preservation of local species.

The Renaissance Pleasure Faire of Southern California is also held here each year and is a fun celebration to attend at least once. Whittier Narrows Recreation Area is also quite close to town and has its own recreational activities. Whittier has tours of the park given by park rangers working for the nature center, as well as a shooting range for gun owners and enthusiast.

Chino Hills is a few towns over and not too far of a drive in your San Dimas camper rental. This magnificent park is one of the very best in the county and makes you feel as though you have found the wilderness without even leaving the city. This important animal refuge sits in the Santa Ana Mountains and covers vast swaths of grassy hills and sycamore groves. Mountain biking through the park and camping are both welcomed and encouraged while visiting Chino Hills.

Although there are too many to possibly name, California has a huge assortment of national forests and parks scattered throughout the land. Angeles National Forest is minutes away from town to the north and contains the ominous San Gabriel Mountains mentioned before. With five wilderness areas, this 700,000-acre forest is teeming with life in all corners.

You can take your San Dimas travel trailer rental and visit Joshua Tree National Park, a few hours’ drive east of Los Angeles County. Joshua Tree National Park is an essential stop on any nature tour of southern California, with its gorgeous collection of monolithic rocks, alien-looking trees, and delightful views of the night skies due to lack of light pollution. Death Valley National Park is not too much farther away and is well worth a visit in your San Dimas RV rental by owner.

City Attractions

San Dimas is small but surrounded by many wonderful attractions worth checking out. The NHRA Motorsport Museum is a great place to start. The museum was founded in 1998 by the Automobile Club of Southern California and features hundreds of classic cars and speedy hotrods that are perfectly maintained and preserved for your enjoyment. They frequently hold twilight cruises and other events to bring together car aficionados to eat, drink, mingle and talk about their love for automobiles.

The Pacific Railroad Museum in San Dimas is important with regards to the local history as the town owes everything to the railroads that first connected it with other towns. Housed in the old San Dimas Railroad Depot, here you can peruse through documents, photographs, artifacts or take a tour of the small museum if you would like to learn about the local history.

Since San Dimas is located on the periphery of the city of Los Angeles, all of the world-class attractions of the city are available when you rent an RV in San Dimas. The Walk of Fame, Griffith Park and Observatory, Hollywood Sign, and Disneyland are just a few of the most popular destinations in the county among countless others.

Where to Park It

San Dimas is close to Angeles National Forest which has tons of campgrounds to choose from. Horse Flats and Monte Cristo campgrounds are just two of the quaint little nature-based options featuring breathtaking views of the region.

Camp Williams Resort is another place to stay with the San Dimas, CA RV rental. This resort features an inground pool and many other exciting amenities. Tucked in the San Gabriel Mountains, you can swim, hike, bike, and go fishing with ease just minutes from where you sleep. Los Angeles/Pomona/Fairplex KOA has a hot tub, sauna, and refreshing pool as well as a shuttle bus that conveniently transports you throughout the area. Where ever you decide to stay, San Dimas will welcome you with open arms.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Michael D Antonovich Trail, CALoma Vista Park, CA
  • Horsethief Canyon Trail, CASan Dimas, CA
  • Bonelli Park Trail, CALa Verne, CA
  • Bonelli Park View Trail, CALoma Vista Park, CA
  • Marshall Canyon Trail, CAMarshall Canyon Regional Park, CA
  • Bonnie Cove Trail, CAGlendora, CA
  • South Hills Wilderness Area, CAGlendora, CA
  • Wren Meacham Trail, CAGlendora, CA
  • Poop Out Trail, CAGlendora, CA
  • Big Dalton Dam Trail, CAAngeles Other, CA

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