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Welcome to Tustin, California. It’s the perfect base for your Orange County and Southern California adventures. Why visit Tustin? Well, it’s located right in the heart of it all, and one of the most desirable places to visit in this part of California. You’ll have plenty to see and do in the city limits, and Tustin’s perfect location means you’ll be close to almost every major attraction in the area. There are great shopping options right in Tustin, and historic Old Town Tustin charms folks of all ages. All this, and it’s just minutes away from great outdoor and recreation areas. Book an RV in Tustin, CA, today.

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Sites and Scenery

Tustin takes pride in its city parks, including a favorite, Cedar Grove Park. Here you can enjoy a picnic, stroll a nature trail, and connect with miles and miles of regional trails. There’s even a delightful visitors center and interpretive center so that you can learn all about the flora and fauna of the region.

Just a couple of miles east of historic downtown Tustin are three connected wilderness areas. Right off of Route 241, you’ll find Loma Ridge, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, and Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park. There are miles and miles of hiking and walking trails, especially in the Whiting Ranch area. Just beyond these parks lies a great expanse of protected forest land, so you can hike into true wilderness areas.

Northeast of Tustin, take a short drive in your Tustin rental RV and visit Chino Hills State Park. This is a great park, preserving a beautiful wild space. There is a small campground for your Tustin RV rental, too. Here you’ll see some of the few remaining black walnut trees, and enjoy the feel of remote hiking while still within city limits. In the springtime, you’ll see a wide variety of wildflowers, and all year round you’ll see lots of fauna including coyote and deer. Reservations are recommended for overnight camping.

Drive your Tustin rental camper to the ocean and visit Crystal Cove State Park, about 20 miles away. The views will take your breath away, and the three-mile sandy beach means you can be away from the crowds while you explore tide pools, hiking and bicycling trails, or you can even camp here (reservations recommended). The water is clear and clean, and on a hot summer day, it’s refreshing and a great place to swim. Remember to bring your sunblock.

A trip to this area is not complete without a trek to Griffith Park. Home of a world-famous zoo and observatory that you might recognize from the movies, this park also offers over 4,200 acres of urban wilderness areas. Enjoy a myriad a trail experiences, from easy to more advanced, along with landscaped parkland and lovely picnic areas. You won’t believe that you’re in the city limits in this beautiful park, a true Los Angeles icon, and for good reason. There are deep canyons, and flora that are only found in this part of California, like certain oak, walnut, sumac, and walnut trees.

City Sites

Tustin and the Santa Ana area have much to offer including hip shopping areas like the Union Market Tustin and the District at Tustin Legacy. You’ll also find lots of family activities, like the Santa Ana Zoo, with over 350 animals, a petting barnyard and a mini-train ride for kids of all ages.

One of the top automotive museums is in the area. Make sure to visit the Marconi Automotive Museum that features luxury, rare and historic cars. Visitors love that the cars are not roped or blocked off, so you can really get an unobstructed view of the beautiful vehicles on display. With comprehensive exhibits, this is also a great way to learn about the history of the automobile, including rare racing cars.

Also in Santa Ana is a favorite place to visit to learn about different cultures of the world. The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art is enjoyable for families, and even children love the different interpretive and interactive exhibits. You’ll learn about the peoples of the world, with staff to guide you. The museum is not too big, but not too small either; it’s a great place to spend an afternoon.

Kids and adults alike love the Discovery Cube Orange County. With lots of hands-on exhibits and learning experiences, including dinosaurs, a recycling race, mock grocery shopping and more, there are many things for the kids to do. This is a fantastic place to take the kids and is an easy drive in your Tustin motorhome rental. Parking is available at a reasonable cost.

Of course, being in Tustin means being in the heart of the big attractions that Orange County has to offer, from Disneyland and Disney resorts to Knotts Berry Farm. Of course, you’re practically neighbors with Los Angeles and Hollywood. Get yourself to the ocean and enjoy whale watching excursions, boating, fishing and more. All within a world-class metropolitan area, surrounded by beautiful natural vistas.

Where to Park It

It will be easy to find places to park your Tustin rental camper. There are many state and regional campgrounds and parks, plus plenty of private RV parks and resorts with full amenities, and some even with attached golf courses and theme parks.

There are Walmart Supercenters located throughout Southern California and in nearby Irvine and Orange, California. The opportunities are limitless for you and your Tustin rental motorhome.

Food

This part of California is a foodie’s paradise, and right in Tustin, you can find something to please everyone, from quality standards like pizza, burgers, steak, and international flavors. There are also samples of Hawaiian, Irish, Indian, and Middle Eastern cuisines, and plenty of vegetarian/vegan options.

The Old Town Tustin Certified Farmers Market is every Wednesday and features a great variety of local produce and craft vendors. Farm stands give out taste samples of their food, and unique varieties of locally famous crops, like avocados and other fruit offerings.

You’ll love basing your Southern California travels here in Orange County, and now’s the time to search for an RV rental near Tustin, CA.

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