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Topanga is located between the cities of Malibu and Los Angeles in Southern California. This lovely village in the Santa Monica Mountains once belonged to the Tongva and Chumash indigenous people but with the arrival of settlers in the mid-19th century, Topanga was officially settled and established.

Topanga would eventually become a weekend getaway for the Hollywood elite who often purchased land and built lavish homes in the canyons and hills of the area. More and more famous people began to take up residence in the town, hoping to establish an affluent, Bohemian enclave, which remains one of its most apparent characteristics to this day.

When you book an RV in Topanga, the spectacular California coastline, ancient mountains, and, of course, the city of Los Angeles are all easily accessible without breaking a sweat. If you are looking for an ideal time to go, check out one of the numerous events held in Topanga, like the Topanga Earth Festival, the Topanga Film Festival, the Topanga Days Festival, the Reggae on the Mountain Event, and many other incredible celebrations.

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Experience the Sites and Scenery

The area north of Los Angeles along the Pacific, where Topanga is located, is an insanely scenic place to spend your vacation. This magnificent area is a perfect place to rent an RV and surf the waves or cruise inland to climb mountains and hike through the many forests of California. Topanga State Park is the first place you’ll want to head with your Topanga camper rental because it is just a couple of miles outside of the mountain town. This fabulous state park has been a classic fixture for weekend getaways for decades, with Los Angeles residents flocking to the park for camping and hiking excellence. There are over 30 miles of trails at the park to hike, run, ride horseback, or mountain bike, as well as deluxe camping spots for you and your Topanga motorhome rental.

Malibu State Park is close by, and another popular weekend destination for Los Angeles residents eager to camp or enjoy the pristine beaches. Malibu State Park is a large wilderness park with great places to ride mountain bikes, go birdwatching, rock climb, go fishing, and much more. The park has camping spaces for your Topanga camper rental to park so you don't need to worry about accommodation. Lots of Hollywood productions have been filmed at the park making it historically significant in addition to beautiful.

Leo Carrillo State Park and Point Mugu State Park are two incredible parks located west of Topanga on the iconic California coastline. Leo Carrillo State Park has also been a filming location for countless Hollywood movies, and for good reason too. This exquisite nature preserve is home to strange geological formations, sea caves, tidal pools, and stunning coral reefs. The beaches of the park are great for relaxing, reading a book, sun tanning, surfing, swimming, and even fishing. Point Mugu State Park is yet another fabulous place to explore when you rent an RV in Topanga. The beaches are incredible, the surf is legendary, and the camping is one of a kind. Guests can hike through canyons, over mountains, and along the beach when they bring their Topanga RV rentals to the park.

Where to Park It

Finding a place to park your Topanga camper rental overnight is an absolute breeze. Topanga State Park is an option, with a mix of comfort and charming atmosphere to relax and ensure a peaceful stay. Malibu Creek State Park also has some camping spaces in interesting rocky crags atop scenic vistas overlooking the valley below.

Malibu Beach RV Park has picturesque beaches and lots of amenities. Many events are held at the small coastal campground and there is a game room, clubhouse, and convenience store on site.

Dockweiler RV Park is a park to include on the list if you feel like spending a night or two in the city of Los Angeles. The park is located right on the beach and is minutes away from many notable attractions.

City Attractions

Aside from the breathtaking landscapes and multitude of fun festivals held in town, you can find some other fun things to occupy your time while vacationing in Topanga. Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum is a marvelous little theater tucked away into the woods, often putting on classic Shakespearean stage productions under the forest canopy in an intimate space. You’ll have trouble determining whether the professional actors or the woodsy ambiance is the star of the show. The Adamson House Museum is a great place to learn about the complex history of the region. The elegant home was once the residence of an affluent rancher but has since been remade into a learning institution.

Santa Monica Pier is one of the most iconic landmarks in Los Angeles County, with an old-fashioned carnival feel. Towering wooden roller coasters and other fun rides overlook the ocean on the pier that juts out into the water. There are nice retail shops, restaurants, and bars on the pier in addition to the small theme park.

If you feel like taking a ride into Los Angeles for the day, bring your Topanga motorhome rental to the Getty Center, a gigantic collection of art masterpieces from all over the world. Artist works by Van Gogh and Cezanne can be seen at this phenomenal art collection in the metro area.

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