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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Most people do not think of the High Desert area when they think of California. But for thousands of years, people have marveled at the area’s delicate ecology. It’s amazing how such an arid environment can support so many people as well as so many plants and wildlife. Lots of people think that Winchester is a good jumping-off point to explore the western High Desert, which is one reason why Winchester offers some of the best RV rentals in the area.
About 20 miles north of Temecula, this close-knit community of fewer than 3,000 residents is also in a very good location. It’s not far from the beaches of San Diego and also close to the true desert landscape around Edwards Air Force Base. Winchester has lots to offer you and your family as well, whether you are there for a few days or a few months with the Winchester rental RV. Read on to discover more about Winchester and its surroundings.
With so many things to see and do outdoors, getting the lay of the land is usually a good place to start. That usually means the stunning Clayton A. Record Jr., Viewpoint. Book an RV in Winchester, drive up Winchester Road, and you’ll see much of what the area has to offer: rolling mountains, clusters of brown vegetation, sweeping skies, and fertile agricultural fields. It’s also a very quiet and relaxing break from the business of modern life.
More adventurous Winchester RV rental travelers might want to check out Skydive Perris. First, aspiring daredevils learn the basics in a high-tech wind tunnel. Before you know it, you’re jumping out of an airplane. The entire process usually takes less than two hours. After you face your fears, relax for a bit in the on-site restaurant and bar.
If your athletic impulse takes you to the opposite end of the adrenaline spectrum, the Winchester area has five world-class golf courses. There’s playing the links at home, and then there’s shooting a round or two in the dry air. For the over-55 crowd, we recommend the slow greens and well-maintained fairways at the Hemet Golf Club.
Largely because of the vast number of vacationers who rent an RV in Winchester and surrounding areas, there are a number of excellent RV parks and campgrounds in Riverside County.
Lake Skinner is not only one of the best RV parks in Winchester. It’s also a great place for outdoor activities, such as horseback riding, sailing, and hiking. The Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District also hosts special events, like the Solar Cup competition and the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival.
The Diamond Valley RV Park is in nearby San Jacinto. Amenities include a large swimming pool, a clubhouse with full kitchen, laundry and shower facilities, and free Wifi.
Last but not least in our list of places to park the RV rental near Winchester, the Golden Village Palms RV Resort is one of the largest facilities of its kind in California. Just a few amenities include three huge swimming pools, a world-class laundry facility, a long list of activities, a spacious library/business center, and a state-of-the-art fitness area.
Many people go to this part of California strictly for the weather, so they like to spend lots of time outdoors. But there are still plenty of things to see in this picturesque town. Lots of folks start with the Western Science Center. After all, if you’ll be spending some time here, it’s good to know something about the area. The collection includes fossils that date back to the Ice Age as well as many Native American artifacts. Some other permanent residents include Max, the largest mastodon found so far in the western U.S. So he doesn’t get lonely, the WSC also features the Columbian mammoth, Xena.
Year-round mild temperatures make an excellent growing climate, and the Winchester Farms Country Market contains the best of what the area has to offer. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, there’s a display featuring antique farming equipment. The facilities have been recently renovated and expanded.
Painted Earth is a very good place to unleash your creative side. It’s also a fun way to relax. Visitors enjoy making clay ceramics and then painting them. The knowledgeable staff can guide you through the process step by step or just wind you up and let you go. You can also try your hand at glass-blowing. No experience required!
Your High Desert vacation begins with a motorhome rental in Winchester. Whether you plan to stay for a week, a month, or a season, plan your trip today.