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Information About Whittier, CA

Between Anaheim and Los Angeles sits the town of Whittier, California. It is part of a series of cities that make up what is commonly referred to as the ‘Gateway Cities’. It was first incorporated in 1898 and became a city officially in 1955. Once the first railroad was established through Whittier in 1887, the city began to blossom and bloom. There are numerous colleges in and around the area and being close to a major fault line, earthquakes can be felt from time to time. The city’s historic buildings were significantly damaged on October 1, 1987 by a 5.9 earthquake, followed three days later by a major aftershock that measured 5.2 on the Richter scale.

When you search for an RV in Whittier, you will be so close to Los Angeles, Anaheim, the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Sierra Nevada mountains so you may want to spend more than a week or two traveling around in that motorhome rental. To the east you’ll find Chino Hills State Park outside of Yorba Linda. A bit further south east you can visit Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park near Lake Elsinore, offering some amazing drives and breathtaking views. Near Laguna Beach, you can check out Crystal Cove State Park as well.

The Great Outdoors

With an RV rental in Whittier, you can check out a number of amusement parks, head to the beach, go to the mountains - really, the sky is the limit. One place you might want to check out right in Whittier is Pio Pico State Historic Park. There is a lot of history here, as this is the mansion of the last Mexican governor of California. The building was damaged in the earthquake of 1987, but a lot of information about the building itself and its occupants has been discovered since. It is great for adults and children and a few hours to get outside your motorhome rental in Whittier.

The Whittier Museum is not going to take up your entire day, but you’ll still get a lot of rich history. There are numerous displays and it’s close to the center of town. This means you can check out the museum and then head into town to grab a quick bite to eat. There are special events throughout the year, including a visit from Santa, fashion shows, and book signings.

When you rent an RV in this part of the state, your eyes may be fixed toward Anaheim and Disneyland Park. For young and old, this is an amusement park that is timeless. If you haven’t been to a Disneyland Park before or haven’t been to one in years, with a luxury RV rental in Whittier, this could be the perfect time. What makes this different to Magic Kingdom is the two major parks and Downtown Disney located in close proximity, meaning you can enjoy California Adventure, Disneyland, and maybe a nice meal or movie in Downtown Disney all within walking distance.

RV Parks

You honestly won’t have much trouble enjoying a camper rental in Whittier any time of the year, and when you need a place to stay, Caravan Mobile Home Park is not too far away in Azusa. They do have a pool in season as well as water and 50 amp electric hook up. There are only a handful of pull-thru sites, but it is right off I-210, so it’s perfect for a quick overnight stop, whether you’re heading to Palm Desert or Northern California.

Chino Hills State Park does allow pets and it is considered kid friendly, but they don’t have hookup service. If you have a travel trailer rental from Whittier, you may find that this site lacks amenities, but it’s fine for class C and A RVs. The spots are paved and quite level and everyone gets a good view. They do have restrooms and showers and the park itself is relatively well-maintained. Best of all is its location right in the state park, giving you access to all this area has to offer.

Prado Regional Park located in Chino offers full hookup service, including 30 and 50 amp electric. They are large sites that have tables and fire pits. It is dog and kid friendly and there is plenty of grass to play on. You can do some fishing here too, so you can have fun trying to catch your own dinner.

Exploring the City

There are numerous Walmarts in a relatively short drive from Whittier, some of them are open 24 hours. Remember, if you plan to set up camp in your RV rental in Whittier, CA overnight at one of these parking areas, make sure you get permission from the manager.

As far as exploring the city is concerned, unless you’re planning to spend an entire year or more just visiting various places throughout the region, you won’t get to them all. If you love food, though, check out the Anaheim Packing District. It’s not very big, which means it won’t be overwhelming. There are numerous eateries and a diverse selection of food and beverages. It’s an open air district with a sunny Californian vibe. It can be a great place for an informal date or to take your whole family and just get out for a few hours from that motorhome rental in Whittier.

Yorba Regional Park is located in Anaheim and is a good place to just relax. There’s a large playground for the kids and some fixed picnic tables. You can also find plenty of shade, which is nice during those hot Southern California summer days. It’s also a great starting point for bicyclists who want to head down the Santa Ana River Trail toward the beach.

The Fullerton Arboretum is located in Fullerton and comprises 26 acres of gorgeous gardens, plants, and produce. You can purchase produce here four days a week and enjoy a number of classes, including for cooking, fitness, and botany. It’s a great stop for a family, especially when you have a travel trailer rental from Whittier.

RV Rentals in Whittier, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Whittier. Outdoorsy's Whittier 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 Whittier 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, Angeles National Forest, and Sequoia National Park. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 90001, California, 90007, California, 90012, California, 90014, California, 90017, California, and 90018, California.

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