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In between the bustling metropolises of Los Angeles and San Diego, Temecula is an idyllic oasis surrounded by mountains and natural serenity. Originally inhabited by Temecula Native Americans and Spanish missionaries, when you choose RV Rentals in Temecula you’ll be amidst rich cultural history. Finding the best RV rental in Temecula means you’ll have access to a budding tourist destination from the old town to wine country and everything in between. This Southwestern city is one you don’t want to miss!

Temecula features a historic Old Town with wooden boardwalks and artisanal shops and restaurants. The Temecula Valley also hosts one of the area’s premier winery destinations, with over 40 wineries to enjoy authentic California wine. From your RV Rental in Temecula, CA you can check out the wide range of restaurants around the city or hop on an early-morning hot air balloon ride to enjoy incredible panoramic views. Not only will you be close to a wide variety of beautiful outdoor destinations, you’ll be just a two-hour drive from Los Angeles. You’ll also just be one hour from the exciting city of San Diego, which hosts a wide variety of cultural and recreational attractions you won’t want to miss.

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The Great Outdoors

From your camper trailer rental in Temecula, you are a stone’s throw from Cleveland National Forest, which is home to over 460,000 acres of serene California forest. You can discover the national park’s natural beauty with loads of outdoor fun including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and wildlife watching. Another popular destination you can explore from your travel trailer in Temecula is Palomar Mountain State Park. Just an hour’s drive from Temecula, this state park is home to a beautiful mountainside and 1,862 acres of coniferous forests. Since it’s RV accessible, there are many outdoor activities to enjoy such as hiking, fishing, and picnicking.

In just two hours you can reach one of the Southwest’s most picturesque desert spots, the Joshua Tree National Park. With two distinct desert ecosystems, this one-of-a-kind national park is an expansive beauty of Joshua trees and diverse plants and wildlife. With the busy season running from October through May, some of the many outdoor activities you can enjoy include hiking, camping, photography, and rock climbing.

RV Parks

After you book an RV rental in Temecula there are a number of RV parks to choose from that are centrally located to the region’s wide variety of attractions. Right in Temecula, the Pechanga RV Resort hosts a casino and world-class dining for a relaxing atmosphere. With 206 spacious RV sites available with open air pergolas and estate-style fencing, you can enjoy your luxury RV rental in Temecula in style with access to a spa and golf course. Another option is Champagne Lakes RV Resort in nearby Escondido. This rustic setting offers 140 full hookup sites with a mini market, laundry and restroom facilities, a swimming pool, and public dump station.

To enjoy your RV rental near Temecula, you might want to stay at the Rancho California RV Resort in Aguanga. Just 19 miles from Temecula, this RV park has 592 landscaped sites with full hookups plus golfing, a fitness center, tennis courts, and an on-site restaurant and store. Temecula has plenty of fueling and grocery shopping options, including a Walmart Supercenter in town. There are also several nearby RV service stations.    

Exploring the City

You’ll have plenty of transportation options to explore all of the area’s local sites when you search for an RV rental in Temecula. The most common and convenient option is driving, since Interstate 15 runs right through the city. If you want to take public transportation right from your RV rental in Temecula, California you have a number of options to get around the area. Temecula offers a free trolley service that provides easy access to the Promenade Mall and connections to other routes. The Riverside Transit Authority, or RTA, provides regular bus service in the city and throughout Riverside county. There are also plenty of taxicab companies in Temecula that can offer a private ride to anywhere you want to go.

From your motorhome rental in Temecula, you’ll be able to enjoy the city’s great arts and culture scene including a historic museum, children’s museum, and old town community theater. There are all sorts of cuisine options to delight your taste buds in Temecula too, from Italian and Mexican to steakhouses and barbecues. If you’re looking for happening events you won’t want to miss the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival in June, which features arts and crafts, commercial exhibits, a kid’s fair, a food court, and wine tasting in the wine gardens. In July, you can catch the city’s unforgettable Star-Spangled 4th of July Parade. When you rent an RV in the Temecula Valley you’ll be able to create a lifetime of memories in this desert oasis!

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