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When you book an RV in Santa Monica, you’ll find yourself in a beautiful coastal California town. The big-city attractions and amenities of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, and Marina del Rey are just a short drive away, as is the stunning beauty of Topanga State Park and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

Santa Monica has been granted Bicycle Friendly Community status from the League of American Bicyclists and features a bicycle sharing system. The Marvin Braude Bike Trail traverses the city and is an excellent way to get around if you choose not to drive your motorhome rental in Santa Monica. Other alternative forms of transportation include scooter-sharing systems; the Big Blue Bus and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Metro bus lines; and the Expo light rail line.

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The Great Outdoors

Santa Monica State Beach is worth exploring when you rent an RV in Santa Monica. This is one of the few area beaches with miles of beaches and trails and it is well maintained and publicly accessible. The Annenberg Beach House features ocean views, a children’s play area and splash pad, tours and classes, and a café. Muscle Beach offers gymnastic equipment including parallel bars, rings, swings, and ropes for use by children and adults. Surfing instruction is also available.

The city also maintains a large number of parks, open green spaces, trails, and other recreational facilities that are accessible with your RV rental in Santa Monica, California. Among the highlights on offer are Dorothy Green Park, The Cove Skatepark, Ocean View Park, Community Gardens, and Crescent Bay Park. Open-air farmers markets feature fresh local produce and meats, baked goods and other treats, live music, and other activities.

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You’ll need a place to park your RV rental near Santa Monica and the Dockweiler RV Park is one of the options. This is the only county campground located directly on the beach. RV sites include full hookups, picnic tables, and grills. The park itself provides restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a pump-out station.

Another place that can be a temporary home for your luxury RV rental in Santa Monica is the Hollywood RV Park. The park is shaded with murals throughout and a playhouse on the grounds. Sites include dedicated full hookups, cable, and WiFi. Park amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a gym.

The Malibu Creek State Park also offers a place to stay with your Santa Monica camper rental. The park offers plenty of hiking, fishing, bird watching, mountain biking, rock climbing, and horseback riding opportunities. The sites themselves may include fire pits or fire rings and picnic tables. Campgrounds offer restrooms and showers as well as a water supply.

And you can also make yourself at home all year round at the Malibu Beach RV Park with your travel trailer rental near Santa Monica. RV sites feature full hookups, picnic tables, cable, and WiFi. Park amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a game room, a TV room, trash disposal and recycling, and a convenience store with beer and wine, ice, and RV parts.

Exploring the City

You may want book a rental RV in Santa Monica to take part in some of the numerous special events, fairs, festivals, and festivities that this area hosts every year. Some of the most noteworthy include Main Street Summer SOULstice with multiple stages and live music performances, Earth Day at Santa Monica Pier Aquarium with over 100 species of marine animals and plants, the COAST Open Streets Festival, MAINopoly Taste of Main Street, Picnic on the Promenade with live music and games, and Downtown Santa Monica and Santa Monica Place Holiday Events with shopping and a tree lighting.

This area is well known as a shopper’s paradise and there are plenty of places to visit with your rental motorhome in Santa Monica. Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Place are upscale; Main Street features surfer/skater chic, vintage books, and arts and crafts; and Montana Avenue is lined with eclectic and often locally owned boutiques. And if you want to learn more about where you are visiting with your Santa Monica rental camper, make sure to check out the Santa Monica Historical Museum with six galleries, a research library, rotating exhibits, and a large collection of historical artifacts, memorabilia, and photos.

The Santa Monica Pier is the place to be with when you book an motorhome rental in Santa Monica, CA. Attractions include a family-friendly amusement park with a solar-powered Ferris wheel, an arcade, historical walking tours, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, a pier shop and visitor center, bike rentals, live music and dancing, and a wide variety of seafood and fair food.

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