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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Lake Tahoe has long been considered one of California's most incredible vacation spots, with world-class skiing and snowboarding in the wintertime and incredible summertime recreation activities like swimming, boating, and fishing in the famously clear lake itself. Of the many campgrounds and RV parks scattered along its edges, Tahoe Valley Campground might just be the largest and most impressive of them all. When you rent an RV near Tahoe Valley Campground, you can get cozy just outside of South Lake Tahoe, minutes from the shore of Lake Tahoe.
At this stunning natural campground, you can enjoy a variety of different services and features, beginning with large, 60-foot-long camping sites affording privacy and comfort for you and your RV rental. This centrally located South Lake Tahoe campground is within a few minutes’ walk of several stores, restaurants, and shopping areas, so everything you need is practically within arm's reach.
In addition to clean restrooms, hot showers, and an assortment of hiking trails encircling the campground, you can swim in the park’s refreshing in-ground pool, play games in the recreation lounge and arcade, go for a walk through the woods, play some horseshoes, and much more. There is even a playground for small children to stay occupied while parents unwind and relax. On the weekends, there are pancake breakfasts for park guests, and live entertainment featuring local music. Whether you are here for a night or two weeks, Tahoe Valley Campground is a fantastic choice and one of the area’s best and brightest RV parks.
Wondering why the Tahoe area is so popular no matter the time of year? Maybe it has something to do with the exceptional parks and recreation areas lining the shores of the lake. With your campervan rental, you can visit places like Ed Z’Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park on the western side of Lake Tahoe. Named for a politician that fought to make this park a protected area, this once heavily logged forest is now teeming with forest groves and wildlife. Cottonwood trees and lodgepole pines decorate the edges of the lake, with beautiful nature trails perfect for biking, walking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
D L Bliss State Park and Emerald Bay State Park are two adjoining areas even closer to Tahoe Valley Campground, eliminating the need for you to travel far to splash into the swimming areas of Lake Tahoe. D L Bliss State Park is named for a railroad magnate whose descendants donated land along the lakeside to create the park. There are lofty bluffs overlooking the water, including the highest elevation lighthouse in the country. Emerald Bay State Park is a designated National Natural Landmark, thanks to its jaw-dropping views of the lake, and the captivating snow-capped mountains that rise above it. There is even a Scandinavian-style castle on site adding to the mysterious appeal of this lakeside wonderland.
Tahoe National Forest is an obvious choice for those doing some Lake Tahoe camping. Close to 900,000 acres of evergreen wilderness comprise this divine forest, along with several backcountry wilderness areas and a bevy of nature paths for hiking and biking. You can spot some mighty sequoia trees in the park, known for being some of the largest trees in the world, or camp beneath the stars with breathtaking views high above Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Lake Tahoe is lined with charming small towns and other tourist-centric spots, so you will have no trouble finding places to do some sightseeing while RV camping at Tahoe Valley Campground. The Vikingsholm Scandinavian Castle at Emerald Bay State Park is worth checking out if you are into foreign architecture. This incredible structure looks like it belongs in another place and time, with decadent exterior and interior decorations.
The Tahoe Maritime Museum brings attention to the fascinating history of Lake Tahoe, and the maritime commerce and trade that took place for countless years. Study the natural history of the lake, learn why it is so clear and deep, and find out about the myriad of shipwrecks found at the bottom of Lake Tahoe when you visit this interesting institution. There are even a few boats on display to help paint a more detailed picture of the industry.
You cannot forget about the wintertime when planning a camper rental trip near Lake Tahoe, especially if you enjoy skiing or snowboarding. This region is known the world over for its dazzling slopes and northern California snow powder that attracts Olympic medalists training for the worldwide games. Homewood Mountain Resort, Boreal Mountain, Northstar, and Sugar Bowl Mountain, Heavenly, and Mammoth are just some of the mountain resorts you can see when you book an RV in El Dorado County.