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San Francisco RV Rental Road Trip

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

San Francisco is one of those cities that you can just fall in love with and want to return again and again as there is always new and exciting places to go and things to explore. It’s difficult to narrow down but we’ve put together our top RV road trip in the San Fran area that covers a little bit of everything for those of us that can’t decide exactly what we want to do. So grab your San Francisco RV rental and get exploring.

San Francisco

Starting the trip in San Francisco gives you the opportunity to bask in the city lights, enjoy some music, see the big sights like Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, ride a trolley car and check out the Golden Gate Park and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Napa Valley

After dancing the night away in San Fran, head over to Napa Valley and taste the exquisite wine’s of the valley. And the best part is, you won’t have to go far when you’re in need of a nap because you have your San Francisco RV rental. If you’re looking to stretch your legs, the golf courses are a fun activity and go great with the local distilleries and craft breweries as well.

Fort Bragg

Once you’ve had your taste of Napa, head down for some real relaxation and check out Glass Beach in Fort Bragg. If you’re up for a history lesson the Sea Glass Museum is a stop not to be missed. And if you’re looking to switch for tasting wine to smelling flowers, the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens are sure to please.

Muir Woods

After all of the relaxation and sight seeing, it’s time to get some exercise. So head out to the Redwoods and stretch your neck to check out some seriously tall trees and immerse yourself in nature for a few days. It’s amazing where you can go in your San Francisco RV rental.

Hopefully this has got you California dreaming and itching to take that next road trip.

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California, Hidden Gems

Friday, July 19th, 2019

Get outside the glitz, glam and traffic jams of the big cities of California and check out these 5 off the beaten track, naturally beautiful, destinations:

Natural Bridges and Archways in Death Valley National Park

Known as one of the hottest places on the planet, an RV is the perfect way to tour the amazing scenery: air conditioning keeping you cool and your fridge full of cold water. With many points of interest that can be seen from the comfort of your RV, plan to spend a couple days cruising through the park. Up to bracing the intense heat go on a short 15-minute hike to the Natural Bridges and Archways.

Natural Bridges and Archways in Death Valley National Park

Pack your swim suit and jump into the refreshing water filled canyons. With many options for camping, seen here, you may opt to choose one with higher elevation to get cooler temperature at night. A perfect adventure in the RV to take in the scenery with protection from the elements!

Ladder Canyon Trail in Painted Canyon

Ready to get out of the RV and into some adventure? Head to the Ladder Canyon trail, located in the Mecca Hills Wilderness area. This adventurous and challenging hike includes beautiful scenery highlighting the natural diversity of the area. This unique trail requires climbing ladders up dry waterfalls, through slot canyons, gaining views of the vast desert, Salton Sea and the natural colours of the Painted Canyon. Just over 5 miles long, go early in the morning and in the spring to try and beat the heat. Double check road conditions before you go as the road can close due to flash flooding. Get your camera ready and be sure to bring lots of water.

Bristlecone Pine Forest

Located to the east of the Sierra Nevada this forest is home to the oldest trees in the world. Estimated to be over 4500 years old, these trees are the oldest living things in the world. There are two groves: Schulman Grove and the Patriarch Grove, which is home to the largest Bristlecone Pine in the world. Surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery these trees are definitely worth checking out. With an early start visit both groves in one day and camp nearby. Load your RV with water and supplies before heading to this fairly remote destination.

Largest Bristlecone Pine in the world

Mammoth Lakes

Situated on the earth’s largest volcanic calderas, in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, granite domes, lava tubes, lakes, and ancient forests make this an outdoor adventure paradise. The scenery is jaw droppingly beautiful and the activities are as mammoth as the mountains surrounding, is too large to list. See the full list here, but make sure to check out the 600 year old earthquake fault, the Devils Postpile, the 101 foot Rainbow falls, craters, an old mine and finish off your day of adventure and sightseeing by having a soak in one of the natural hot springs nearby.

Guadalupe Dunes

The second largest dunes in California at the Rancho Guadalupe Dunes County Park area. The paved access road is perfect in an RV, leading you through the Rancho Guadalupe Dunes Preserve and down to the beach. Take in the scenery and great birding from the comfort of your RV and pop out for a quick swim, or surf. In the 1930’s the silent film “The Ten Commandments” was filmed here to recreate ancient Egypt. Today many of the artifacts from the film have been dug up and are on display at Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center in Guadalupe. Can’t go to California without a little glitz and glam of Hollywood. With all the comforts of home, enjoy your RV trip beyond Hollywood and the big cities. Discover the rugged beauty and hidden gems of the natural side of California.

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Camper Van Rental San Francisco

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Camper van rentals from San Francisco are a great way to see the country. Camper vans are smaller than regular RV rentals giving you lots of advantages. Camper vans weigh less than RVs saving you money on gas. Camper vans being smaller than RVs means that you can take them more places. Whether you want to take the camper van rental to a small little lake secluded from the world or take it down town San Francisco, these little vans are much more maneuverable than their larger counter parts. Camper vans sleep 2 to 4 people depending on the van, and most have kitchen areas but not toilets or showers.

You can relax with a camper van rental from San Francisco because you will know you got a great deal.

So start planning your next camper van rental from San Francisco and let us help you. Visit our quote program or call one of our RV rental reservation specialists for more information.

Camper Van with extending top
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