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For visitors seeking a variety of recreational activities, entertainment, shopping, and delicious gastro-adventures, Santa Ana, CA is the perfect destination. When you book an RV in Santa Ana the toughest decision you’ll have to make is which activity to take part in first. Santa Ana, one of the most populous cities in Orange County, lies within a short drive of Anaheim, Los Angeles, and Huntington Beach.

Arriving to pick up your luxury RV rental in Santa Ana will be a breeze, as John Wayne Airport provides many national and international flights. There are other airports located within driving distance such as Long Beach Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. Be sure to try fresh, local produce (often found in vans on street corners) while visiting Santa Ana. The mild climate allows for a year-round growing season, with an average high in July of 83 degrees and in January? A balmy 70 degrees.

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The Great Outdoors

When you rent a travel trailer in Santa Ana, you’ll discover the great outdoors are astoundingly beautiful and the outdoor recreation opportunities will never disappoint. With a quick 20-minute drive to the beach, you’ll find many visitors use Santa Ana as a hub for their RV rental while they travel to one of many beaches within a quick drive including Huntington Beach, Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Seal Beach and many more.

Once you find yourself “beached out”, the Irvine Regional Park is located nearby in Orange, California. This jumbo municipal park offers special events and allows visitors a multitude of opportunities to bike, hike, horseback ride and much more. This 491-acre park is nestled amongst groves of oak and sycamore trees and is home to an expansive array of wildlife. The amenities and activities offered at Irvine Regional Park include archery, picnic areas, pony rides, and even an on-site railroad.

For visitors looking to hit the links while vacationing in their camper rental in Santa Ana, Orange County provides almost unlimited golfing opportunities. Between the stunning views, the meticulously maintained courses and the variety of challenges, visitors will find the local golf courses “up to par”.

For the RVers who want to venture a bit farther south, in less than two hours you can find yourself in San Diego. San Diego boasts the same climate as Santa Ana with even more opportunities for the RV traveler to enjoy the great outdoors. Activities here include seal watching in La Jolla Caves, whale watching cruise expeditions, and even a dog beach for Fido in Huntington Beach.

RV Parks

Santa Ana and Orange County as a whole serve as a haven for RV campers and tourists across the country. Due to Santa Ana’s proximity to Disneyland, many campgrounds are family- oriented and even offer shuttles to visit Mickey Mouse and his friends.

Anaheim RV Park could make a nice home base for exploring greater Orange County and Disneyland to boot. This RV park offers a pool, café, shuttle, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. You’ll also find a dog walk, laundry facilities and a camper-supply store on site. In nearby Newport Beach, Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and Marina offers visitors a waterfront option when looking for a place to park their Santa Ana camper rental. This campground not only offers hundreds of campsites but one of the largest aquatic inflatable obstacle courses in Southern California- perfect for enjoying that beautiful California weather. You’ll also find Wi-Fi and on-site dining available, in addition to swimming pools, watersport rentals, recreation activities, on-site staff and much more.

If you’re looking to get back into nature with your Santa Ana RV rental, the closest state park is Crystal Cove State Park which features Moro Campground. Here you’ll find 3.2 miles of Pacific coastline, wooded canyons and even an “underwater park” perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling. Moro Campground offers campsites for tent campers and RVs and a few more for adventurous hike-in campers.

Exploring the City

If you’ve had your fill of sun, sand and those beautiful Pacific Coast views, check out all that Santa Ana and Orange County have to offer. A trip to Orange County wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Orange County Zoo. Adjacent to Irvine Municipal Park, this zoo is open seven days a week and focuses on animals native to the southwestern area of the United States, such as black bears, mountain lions, coyotes, porcupines and more.

If you’re traveling with children, be sure to plan at least a day for Disneyland in nearby Anaheim, and don’t forget about the ever-popular Adventure City. Adventure City is an amusement park in nearby Stanton geared towards children ages 1-9 with rides, a petting zoo, arcade and other opportunities for entertainment. Whether traveling alone or with the entire family, when you book a motorhome rental in Santa Ana, you’re sure to find plenty to do.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Santa Ana River Trail: Santa Ana to Fountain Valley, CASanta Ana, CA
  • Tustin Branch Trail , CASanta Ana, CA
  • Mile Square Regional Park Kid's Nature Trail, CAFountain Valley, CA
  • Lower Peters Canyon Trail Loop Via Citrus Ranch Park, CAPeters Canyon Regional Park, CA
  • Hicks Canyon Trail, CAIrvine, CA
  • San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary - Treehill, South Loop, Midway Trails, CAIrvine, CA
  • Orange Hills Trail, CAVilla Park, CA
  • Woodbridge Trail, CAIrvine, CA
  • Anaheim Coves Trail, CAAnaheim, CA
  • Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve Loop, CANewport Beach, CA

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