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Trabuco Canyon is a city in Orange County, California, that was named after an incident that occurred in 1769. While camping overnight in the area, one member of an expedition lost his “trabuco” or musket (“oops”), a huge mistake for any soldier to make. The area came to be known as Trabuco because of this incident and has remained so to this day. In the early 1900s, tin mining became popular in the area and several attempts were made to harvest the mineral. Remnants of the old mines can still be seen.

Book an RV in Orange County and you are one step closer to experiencing some of the finest countrysides in the world. There are some other cities that are worth exploring such as Corona, which is known as “The Lemon Capital of the World” (it imported experts from Italy to help develop its citrus industry when it began). Irvine is historically important; it was first occupied almost 12,000 years ago, according to archeologists. Mission Viejo is the childhood home of PGA legend Mark O'Meara. One-third of Laguna Niguel's area is open space, a deliberate and positive consequence of the city's official development plan, while San Clemente's first attempt at becoming a master-planned community was rejected for being too complex and complicated. Zone in on the best RV rental in Trabuco Canyon and you'll have the opportunity to experience all of these destinations first hand.

The Great Outdoors

Red Rock Canyon is a sandstone ravine that is open to public use. It can be accessed by starting at the Borrego Trail and following it to the Red Rock Trail, then following that trail to its end. There are a few other trails that also offer hiking opportunities. The hiking isn't difficult but could be strenuous to someone who doesn't hike very often. The sandstone is slippery; hikers should wear proper hiking shoes and be cautious. Keep your Trabuco Canyon RV trailer rental nearby and you will have home-like creature comforts waiting for you the moment you step off of the trail.

Santiago Peak is a popular hiking destination due to its spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and nearby ocean. It is a long hike, so visitors to the park are encouraged to start early and pack lots of water.

Those who wish to enjoy less strenuous hiking (and perhaps some stretching) will enjoy the nearby golf course. This nearly oceanside resort enjoys cool ocean breezes and astounding views throughout the property and has a clubhouse waiting once you have finished your round. It is a private club but is open to the public, and hosts social events (weddings, for example) on a regular basis.

RV Parks

There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in the area around Trabuco Canyon. All of these destinations are child-friendly and have big rig RV access. Your Trabuco Canyon motorhome rental is the perfect complement to these vacation resources.

Live Oak Grove Campground is a minimalistic campground with trails for hiking and biking. There are some tent sites here too, and restrooms are available throughout the park.

Roadrunner RV Park is child and pet-friendly and has full hookups. Some of the sites are for tent camping.

Doheny State Beach has restrooms and showers, recreational trails, and beach access. Guests can enjoy fishing while they're here, and the park is child and pet-friendly. The individual sites have asphalt pads, picnic tables, and fire rings.

Exploring The City

There are a number of things to do in and around Trabuco Canyon, starting with local vineyards (this is California, after all). These locales offer tastings and one of them allows you to bring your own snacks with you, or purchase food from them, to accompany the wine tastings. One such place also sells flavored oils and balsamic vinegar. Don't forget to bring some samples back to your Trabuco Canyon RV rental to enjoy at a later time. There are craft breweries where you can sample the offerings in a small comfortable room. Guests who are wine lovers can try one product that is 30% wine and 70% regular beer; coffee lovers will enjoy a stout that has a deep coffee flavor with a rich texture.

Visitors interested in architecture should pay a visit to the local churches. One of these is a mega-church that conducts services from the center of a vast room, with stage lighting and most modern amenities, without losing the ambiance that most visitors look for. There is a pub restaurant that is a landmark setting and has been around for quite some time. Guests can enjoy an all-day breakfast (because it is never too late for breakfast) indoors or out on the patio while soaking up the energy. Before leaving, stop to admire the bikes parked outside (the pedal and motor variety); this particular restaurant is home to everyone.

Dining out in Trabuco Canyon is heaven itself, just like the setting, and foodies are in for a treat. There are Mexican, Asian, and American restaurants, steakhouses and pizzerias, and more. One Italian restaurant offers tomato bisque soup and an Italian sausage lasagna, both of which are delicious. Prices range from cheap eats to fine dining, so there is something for everyone's budget. You also have the option of picking up some groceries and throwing something together in your Trabuco Canyon luxury RV rental. Whether it's eating on a patio or in your own backyard-on-wheels, nothing is more relaxing and vacation-worthy than dining under a star-filled sky.

RV Rentals in Trabuco Canyon, CA

Trabuco Canyon, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Trabuco Canyon. Outdoorsy's Trabuco Canyon RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Trabuco Canyon are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Lake Poway Park, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, Eaton Canyon Park, and Angeles National Forest.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Eaton Canyon Trail Pasadena California
Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop Sierra Madre California
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
Iron Mountain Trail Poway California
Runyon Canyon Trail Los Angeles California
Potato Chip Rock via Mt. Woodson Trail Poway California
Sturtevant Falls Trail Sierra Madre California
Cowles Mountain Trail San Diego California
Dawn Mine Trail Loop Altadena California

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Area Oceanside, CA 92058
Northbound, 22 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, May 2011: Busy all night. Pretty nice. A bit dated. No ocean access (R)

R V Discount Center

2424 West Ramsey Street Banning, CA 92220
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Dutchmen, Starcraft (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Beaumont, CA 92223
Feb 2016: Still closed and getting overgrown, but buildings and drive are still there, Westbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA 92007
Southbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Oceanside, CA 92058
Southbound, 30 truck parkings spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, RV Dump, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Oceanside, CA 92058
Southbound, 6 truck parking spaces, No Facilities (R)

Advanced Generator Service

718 N Loren Ave. 1 Azusa, CA 91702
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Yucaipa, CA 92399
Eastbound, 22 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Custom RV

1200 W Mission Blvd Ontario, CA 91762
Trailmanor (D)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center NB Oceanside, CA 92058
Northbound, Southbound, Restrooms, No truck parking, Overnight is not allowed (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Ocean Side RV Park

campground Oceanside, CA
During your stay at Oceanside RV Park you'll have access to 3.5 miles of pristine beaches, or play at one of four golf courses within minutes of the park. If you?d like to get out and enjoy the water you can rent boats, kayaks, jetskis or surf. If you prefer to fish you can try your skill at the 1,942 foot pier. The California Surf Museum is just minutes away and at certain times of the year you will be able to enjoy national surfing competitions.

Huntington State Beach

attraction Huntington Beach, CA
Prime waves can be found in the Huntington State beach between late spring, summer and into the fall, note only advanced surfers should test these waters since there are potentially dangerous conditions. When not surfing you can enjoy the wildlife at the Snowy Plover Reserve which is located at the southern end of the beach between Talbert Channel and the Santa Ana River, this is home to endangered species such as the California Least Terns and the Snowy Plover. The park is also a prime spot for surf fishing, an array of fish can be caught along these shores.

Huntington By the Sea RV Resort

campground Huntington Beach, CA
You can have a piece of ocean side property during your stay here. Listen to the sounds of the waves throughout the day and night, take a walk along the beach and enjoy the sun. Within reach is the city of Huntington Beach which is constantly alive. Not only will you find a great beach, but there are many parks, shops, and restaurants to keep you entertained. Near the pier you can visit surf shops, clothing stores and take part in the night life. If you?re lucky you can also witness surfing and extreme sports competitions, volleyball tournaments, and live music as well. This RV park is also conveniently close to the highway where you?re a short ride away from visit Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, or LA. Easy access you will look like a pro in your RV rental here.

US Open of Surfing

attraction Huntington Beach, CA
If you?re keen on surfing then attending the week long U.S. Open of Surfing competition and celebration is a must on your list. This is the largest surfing competition in the world, attracting over half a million people. During nine exciting days you can witness the world?s best surfers, listen to live music, and watch movie premieres and fashion shows. Skateboarding and BMX competitions are also part of the list of events.

Yorba Regional Park

attraction Anaheim, CA
A linear day use park over one mile long and 140 acres, situated in the mouth of Santa Ana Canyon in the city of Anaheim. The linear environment of the park site recaptures the river setting of the adjacent Santa Ana River. Because the park is in a historic setting in an area where such names as Yorba, Peralta and Dominguez were common, the Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized the 1976 opening of the park site by designating Yorba Regional Park as the official Orange County bicentennial project.

Disneyland

attraction Anaheim, CA
Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars?all in the same day! Disneyland Park is a beloved Southern California destination where generations of families have made their Disney dreams come true. Opened in 1955, Walt Disney?s original theme park is divided into 8 extravagantly themed lands?Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown, Frontierland, Critter Country, New Orleans Square and Adventureland.

Bolsa Chica State Beach

campground Huntington Beach, CA
Bolsa Chica State Beach extends three miles from Sunset Beach to Seapoint Avenue along Pacific Coast Highway. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, get together with loved ones or to simply kick back and watch the sun set. In Bolsa Chica you will also have an array of fish to catch while you practice your surf fishing. At new and full moons during the summer, you can take part in bare-handed fishing for California grunion, a species that only spawns in southern California beaches. Since the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is located across the beach, wildlife and bird watching are also a popular past time. Easy access for your RV rental you can't get much closer than this to the waves.

Newport Dunes Waterfront RV Resort

campground Newport Beach, CA
At your front step you can have mile of shore line and a marina, within reach are two nature preserves: Back Bay Nature Preserve and the Newport Bay Conservancy, which you can explore via kayak or by foot. Visitors can enjoy amenities such as a waterpark, a playground on the beach, a fitness center, spa and pool and sailboat and pedal boat rentals. Luxury amenities right on the bay this place is easy to navigate in your RV rental.

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