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Get away from the crowds with an RV rental in San Jacinto, California. This centrally-located city lies within the San Jacinto Valley, which it shares with neighboring city Hemet. Near to both I-10 and I-215, San Jacinto is within a 90-minute drive of downtown Los Angeles and only an hour’s drive from resort city Palm Springs, making it a great place to explore when you rent an RV.

San Jacinto and its valley were named after Saint Hyacinth. The city was founded in 1870, making it one of the area’s oldest cities. Home to Native American and Latino cultural history, the city is an interesting place to visit and organizes a wide variety of annual events, such as its Agricultural Festival held every fall.

Less than 100 miles from many Southern California cities, the peaks and valleys of the San Jacinto Mountains, interspersed with lakes, offer a relaxing, tranquil setting. San Jacinto, home to a casino and the historic Estudillo Mansion, offers a range of leisure activities, including world-class paragliding. Visit the Temecula Wine Region, relax at one of the surrounding state parks or spend lazy days exploring the city, when you book an RV in San Jacinto, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for rest, relaxation and exploration.

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The Great Outdoors

San Jacinto is surrounded by several state parks, forests, and conservation areas. If you’re wondering where to start in your San Jacinto motorhome rental, take the short drive to Lake Skinner Recreation Center in nearby Winchester. Situated amongst rolling hills, this popular lake and recreational area is popular for its hiking trails and boating activities. The park is also home to a busy campground with a large number of RV sites featuring full hookups. Whether you choose to pass the time sailing, fishing, or admiring the views from the trails, this picturesque park is a great place to relax in your San Jacinto RV rental.

Take your San Jacinto camper rental for the 90-minute drive over to Lake Poway Park, a 64-acre lake located in the hills of Poway. The park offers rowboat and pedal boat rentals, the ideal way to spend an afternoon on the lake. The lake is a popular place for fishing, with good stocks of trout, bass, and catfish. If you’re planning on visiting during spring or summer, check out the training classes down at the archery range and improve your skills or learn a new hobby. Lake Poway Park is an excellent place to go hiking. With over 55 miles of trails, park your San Jacinto luxury RV rental and choose your circuit. There are trails suitable for all abilities, although the park is well known for its extremely challenging Mount Woodson Trail which features a 2,000-foot gain in elevation, reserved only for the experienced looking for a strenuous workout. When you’re done exploring, visit the park’s concession area for snacks, beverages, and supplies.

Take full advantage of your San Jacinto motorhome rental and drive out to the Pacific coast for a visit to Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. Spread out over 1,500 acres, this park is one of only 14 reserves in California. Home to around 3,000 of the rarest pine trees in America, the Pinus torreyana, the preserve also contains one of the last great salt marshes and wildfowl refuges in the region. The visitor center is well worth a visit for a full understanding of this intriguing coastal wilderness of sandstone canyons and pine forests. Take one of the many hiking trails available and check out the magnificent cliff-top views of the Pacific Ocean, with well-maintained trails to suit all abilities.

RV Parks

There are plenty of RV parks in the vicinity where you can park your RV rental near San Jacinto. One of the nearby campgrounds, Diamond Valley RV Park is located just minutes away. This RV park has a tranquil garden area and pool with a spa. Complete with laundry facilities, clubhouse with full kitchen and a dog park, this park has lots of amenities to enjoy during your San Jacinto RV rental vacation.

You can also consider parking the San Jacinto camper rental at Hemet’s Golden Village Palms RV Resort. Just minutes away from San Jacinto, this resort offers full hookups with a huge range of amenities available for stays of one night to several months. The park has a fitness center, three heated pools, and hosts seasonal concerts. This pet-friendly RV park also has a tournament-level shuffleboard complex, billiard tables, and over 60 seasonal activities.

If you’re looking for a more rustic natural setting, check out the campgrounds in the surrounding state parks. San Jacinto has plenty of RV parks nearby and within a short drive in your RV rental, so you’ll have plenty of options when it comes time to set up camp with your motorhome rental in San Jacinto.

Exploring the City

When you pick up your San Jacinto RV rental, whatever your plans are, make sure you check out the city and the San Jacinto Valley before going off to explore. The Estudillo Mansion is definitely worth a visit. This historic San Jacinto mansion is all that remains of the 35,000-acre Mexican land grant given to Jose A. Estudillo in 1825. For a better understanding of the city’s past as well as the entire valley area, visit the San Jacinto Valley Museum, housed in the Estudillo Mansion grounds.

Golfers will be impressed with the area's golf courses, whether you’re a beginner or play at championship level, there’s plenty to choose from. If you’re into more extreme sports, try paragliding for an unforgettable experience and incomparable views of the city and entire valley.

Make the most of your time in San Jacinto and try your luck at the nearby casino with its 2,000 slot machines and more than 20 tables. The casino is run by the indigenous Native Americans, who also organize an extremely popular Inter Tribal Annual Pow Wow every September.

While you’re in the city, stop by downtown for some authentic Californian cuisine or try one of the many international cuisines on offer in the city’s range of restaurants and eateries. Whatever your tastes, there’s something for everyone in San Jacinto.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Simpson Park Trail, CAHemet, CA
  • Diamond Valley Lakeside Loop, CAHemet, CA
  • Diamond Valley Lake Wildflower Trail, CAHemet, CA
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  • San Jacinto Ridge Truck Trail, CAMount San Jacinto State Park, CA

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