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Visalia, the largest city in Tulare County, is pretty much the perfect place to rent an RV in California. Conveniently located in the heart of the Golden State, Visalia is fortunate enough to have the majestic California coastline to the west, the brooding Sierra Nevada mountain range to the east in all its glory, Los Angeles to the south, and San Francisco to the northwest.

Visalia is now known for its massive agricultural output in the San Joaquin Valley, but its earliest residents were amongst the first waves of the great gold rush in the 19th century. Because of this, the downtown area of Visalia has many old buildings displaying a diverse collection of architecture, and echoes of a real frontier town.

Visalia even hosts an assortment of interesting festivals year-round. The Egyptian Festival in early June is one of the largest of its kind and attracts people from all over the western United States to come together and appreciate Egyptian culture. The Visalia Craft Beer Festival is another fine excuse to travel to California and book an RV in Visalia; with delicious food, tasty beer from small breweries, and live music, you are sure to have a good time.

Explore the Outdoors

In terms of stunning scenery, diversity, and wide-open space, the natural beauty of California is absolutely unrivaled by anywhere else. The trees of California alone are reason to visit the magnificent outdoor playground and get away from the anxiety of city life. Booking a camper rental in Visalia, CA, is one of the best decisions you can make because it is in prime position, situated closely to many of the regions greatest national parks and forests. The town of Visalia itself is even nicknamed “Gateway to the Sequoias”, paying homage to the colossal trees in the nearby Sequoia National Park. These trees are notable for being the biggest, and some of the oldest trees in the entire world. Right next to this marvelous park is Kings Canyon National Park, with large swaths of backcountry wilderness, an extensive trail system, overnight camping, rock climbing, and mountain climbing on one of its 14,000-foot mountains. Kings Canyon is even home to the “General Sherman Tree”, the second largest tree on Earth that is over 2,500 years old!

For a quick change of scenery, visit the Death Valley National Park that straddles the California-Nevada border. This deceptively diverse area features a number of ecosystems with rolling desert hills, winding canyons, salt-flats, and mountains. Even nighttime presents an incredible opportunity to gaze upon the vast stretches of space and the purple outer arms of the Milky Way. One can also not forget Yosemite National Park, the real heavy hitter of the bunch. Perhaps one of the most well-known national parks in the world, this incredible park attracts five million visitors annually, which will not surprise you if you go there yourself. To be honest, there are thousands of parks and forests in California, and it would take a lifetime to truly appreciate and see everything the Golden State has to offer with regards to the great outdoors. Because of this, Visalia is a perfect place to rent an RV and embark on the trip of a lifetime.

Around Town

Despite the fact that Visalia is best known for its proximity to natural beauty, the small city has plenty of fun things to do in between the trekking and hiking in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The Visalia Farmers Market is a fantastic place to converse with the kind locals and celebrate the agricultural history of the region. The succulent fruit, hearty vegetables, artisan handmade food, and rustic crafts will charm you again and again. The Fox Theatre is the perfect example of Visalia’s colorful past and decadent architecture. Originally a silent movie era theatre, the Fox Theatre was closed and reopened many times to change with the times. Its unique architecture makes it a fun place to visit, as it is reminiscent of the Buddhist pagodas of the far east. The theater is now operated by a non-profit restoration society and hosts an assortment of different events such as comedy shows, concerts, film screenings, and many more.


The Mooney Grove Park is one of the main features of central Visalia and has 100 acres of beautiful forest land donated by Hugh Mooney, a local landowner who wanted to protect the lovely oak forests in the community. Additionally, Mooney left thousands of dollars to construct a county museum in the park to create a wonderful facility for all to enjoy and educate themselves on all things Visalia.

RV Parks to Visit

The last thing you’ll have to worry about when you rent a motorhome in Visalia is where to stay in it overnight. Riverland Resort is a perfect place to rest while you visit Visalia; it features a large fishing lake with many water sports activities, a bar and grill, a pool, a jacuzzi, as well as volleyball and basketball courts. Visalia/Sequoia National Park KOA in town is another great option for you with its proximity to the downtown Visalia area and all of its quaint shopping and fine dining establishments. This KOA campground also has a playground, cable TV, and a pool in the summertime. Sequoia RV Ranch, on the raging Kaweah River, has many hiking, biking, and even rafting and kayaking spots. This spacious, secluded park will help you achieve a state of relaxation.                               

Don’t forget that you can bring your Visalia RV rental to any of the nearby national parks, all featuring amazing campgrounds suitable for your recreational vehicles. Beware though, as these campgrounds do not have full hookups on-site, so you will have to get more in touch with nature and pass on the luxuries offered at the other campgrounds in the area. What you sacrifice in luxury, you certainly gain in gorgeous scenery unlike any you could imagine. Renting an RV in Visalia is one of the best things you could possibly do for your next vacation.

RV Rentals in Visalia, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Visalia. Outdoorsy's Visalia 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 Visalia are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National 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
Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail Curry Village California
Sentinel Dome Trail Mariposa California
Lower Yosemite Falls Trail Mariposa California
Mirror Lake Trail Mariposa California
Glacier Point Trail Mariposa California
Upper Yosemite Falls Trail Mariposa California
Mount Whitney via Mount Whitney Trail Lone Pine California
Half Dome Trail Mariposa California
Moro Rock Trail Sequoia National Park California
Four Mile Trail Mariposa California

Nearby Campgrounds

Cal Expo RV Park

campground Sanger, CA
Cal Expo RV Park is located in downtown Sacramento, California, and is a good location for exploring the city, as well as a good base for a day trip into Elk Grove, which just over twelve miles away. The site includes facilities for larger vehicles, such as big rig access and pull-thru sites, and has water, sewer and electric. Pets are welcome here, and there is a dog park, making life a lot easier if you are traveling with your family pet. The site is family friendly and has around 200 units. The American River Bike Trail and Parkway are only a short distance away, so why not bring along some bikes and enjoy some excursions out on this trail, before heading out to explore further afield. When visiting here, it is also worth checking out in advance what is on at Cal Expo, as it can be great to be in town when an event is on.

Sequoia National Park

attraction None, CA
No where else in the world will you find Earth?s remaining living giants. There are 8,000 sequoia trees and amongst them lives the largest living organism in the world: the General Sherman tree. But there?s so much more to do here than observing beautiful trees. The park has domes, stone canyons, and rivers. You can take part in the astronomy program, soak in the waterfalls and the swimming holes, fish, rock climb, and so much more.

Visalia/Sequoia National Park KOA

campground Visalia, CA
If you are travelling to California to visit the sierras, then Visalia/Sequoia National Park KOA makes for an attractive touring base. It is under 15 miles east of Hanford, convenient for the Highways 99 and 198, and has good RV amenities. These include water, electric and sewer, along with free Wi-Fi access, big rig access and pull-thru sites. During the summer months the swimming pool here is likely to be a key attraction, whilst dog owners can take advantage of the dog park and maybe have some fun putting their pet through its paces on the agility equipment provided. The local area has some great attractions, and outdoor lovers will probably want to head off into one of the adjacent national parks and see the giant Sequoia trees or climb Mt Whitney. For a fun-filled day out, why not try the Adventure Park in Visalia, where you can drive a go-cart on the family track, visit the arcade, play mini golf or have a friendly game of lazer tag?

Silverado Vineyards

attraction Sanger, CA
Nearly 400 acres of vineyards that are farmed organically and sustainably, Silverado has much to offer for first time visitors and wine connoisseurs. The winery is composed of seven family owned vineyards located in various districts throughout Napa Valley. Silverado produces Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot, Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon and its world famous Limited Cabernet and SOLO Carbenet. You can take in the beauty of the valley, vineyards, and cobblestone terraces, with your friends and family. Here you can also enjoy a culinary delight as the chefs can prepare a meal that you will never forget.

New Horizons Mobile/RV Park

campground Fresno, CA
Would you like to have a vacation which combines the countryside with city life? If so, why not come to New Horizons Mobile/RV Park in Fresno, California? The park offers peace and quiet in a country area with mature shade trees and large grassy areas. Close by, however, is the Tower District, which has a plethora of restaurants, ranging from family diners to fine dining establishments. Take a break in one of the coffee or tea houses, or visit the local brewery, which also serves fantastic food. If you want to stay on site, there is plenty to do. There is a swimming pool, horseshoe pit, a play area for the kids, and a recreation room with foosball and cable TV. You get full hookups here, a laundry room and WiFi. If you fancy exploring the area, why not head to Roeding Park, which houses the Fresno Chaffee Zoo or the Forestiere Underground gardens. They are spectacular, with fruit trees and grapes growing underground. If you want to head out a bit further, Yosemite is only an hour's drive away.

Clos Du Val

attraction Sanger, CA
Half a century of quality winemaking can be found in this 180 acre vineyard composed of the Three Graces: three estates that produce over 30 different types of Cabernet Sauvignon. Visitors can enjoy private and group tours, picnics, and the sights of manicured lawns and ivy-covered buildings. You can also try your hand at petanque or boules - a french game that requires much precision. And, if you?re planning to enjoy a romantic interlude or propose to that special person, Clos Du Val creates the perfect atmosphere.

Virginia Museum of Transport

attraction Sanger, CA
Roanoke in Virginia is the home of the Virginia Museum of Transport, and is a fine place to visit whether or not you are a rail enthusiast. When you come here you may get to see the Class J611, the museum?s finest steam locomotive, but do check ahead because this popular engine goes on tour for part of the year. Alongside the Class J611, the museum is home to about 50 other trains, and you can learn about the importance of the railroad in Virginia?s history here, as well as admire these classic engines. The collection includes steam, diesel and electric locomotives, as well as freight cars, passenger cars, cabooses and other unique rolling stock. At the Virginia Museum of Transport, you can see their collection of cars and trucks, both vintage and modern, as well as hand and horse-drawn vehicles. The museum is also home to the ?Wings Over Virginia Aviation Collection?.

Blackstone North RV Park

campground Fresno, CA
If you are looking to visit central California, then Blackstone North RV Park in Fresno may well be of interest. It is an attractive, moderately-sized park, with space for around 100 units, which offers key amenities such as water, electric and sewer. It has lots of shade, and generous spaces for RVs, with big rig access and pull-thru sites. Pets are allowed, and the site is family friendly. There is a laundry, as well as restrooms and showers, and the park is close to North Fresco, where there are restaurants and shops. The park is less than five miles from Clovis, California where you can visit Old Town Clovis, and enjoy a stroll around the antique shops and boutiques, and is also conveniently located for visiting Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park ? both around 90 minutes? drive away.

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