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Class C RV Rentals

Class C RVs are the most common type of RV. Class C RV’s are characterized by the large bed directly over the driver’s cabin. Class C’s are available in many sizes. I have seen them as small as 22’ and as larger are 35’. These motorhomes tend to sleep more people than a similar sized Class A as you get that extra bed over the driver. Most Class C RVs allow you to walk from the driver’s area into the cabin of the RV, but I have seen exceptions to this, so it is always good to ask before you rent the RV if this is important to you. This RV will tend to be a little easier to drive compared to a Class A motorhome because the wheelbase is much more similar to regular passenger vehicles. In the end, this is the most popular type of RV simply because of the extra sleeping space that it provides. Class C RV’s can be rented from almost any major city across the US including, Phoenix (PHX), Los Angeles (LAX), Chicago (ORD) San Francisco (SFO), Denver (DEN), Boston (BOS) Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Ft Lauderdale (FLL) Las Vegas (LAS), RENO (RNO), New York City (NYC), Dallas (DFW), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Seattle (SEA).

3D rendering of a Class C RV, which are characterized by the large bed directly over the drivers cabin

Rent an RV in California

Rent an RV and drive to California, “The Golden State”. California RV rentals are in high demand for so many reasons.

California Poppy, Image is a close up of an orange flower in full colour.

California is appropriately named “The Golden State” because of its excellent economy, California’s history being greatly associated with The Gold Rush (California Gold Rush), the golden sun, the golden poppy (California’s state flower), and the list goes on…

One of the most popular camping spots for a California RV rental is the beach. Almost everyone enjoys sand, sun, and water, so who wouldn’t want to have a beach vacation along California’s 900 miles of coastline? Driving your RV rental through California is no chore. California RV rentals enjoy the most beautiful driving in the USA. Your California RV rental will pass by rivers, mountains, wildlife, valleys, vineyards, coastal vistas, and desert expanses.

California is also the most multicultural state in the USA. One out of every eight residents in the USA lives in California. This fact alone may give the California RV adventurer a better idea of just how beautiful and diverse the state of California really is.

The list of activities and attractions you can explore in your California RV rental is endless. Special events and festivals cover such things as art, film, music, wine, food, and sports. To top it all off, even children can’t get enough of a California RV rental vacation. The theme and amusement parks in California are the best in the world. Knott’s Berry Farm has the steepest, tallest, and wettest waterslide in the world. Disneyland is a classic family favorite RV rental vacation in California.

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Los Angeles Weather / Climate

The weather in Los Angeles often catches its visitors by surprise. The closer you get to the ocean, the cooler temperatures will be. Travel inland and you’ll feel the heat rise. In general, winter is mild and wet and summer is mildly hot and humid. Summer and fall are the best times to visit LA if you’re seeking out the California heat. Summer and fall are also the peak tourist seasons, so if you can handle a Los Angeles winter, you’ll reap the benefits of a more peaceful and affordable RV rental vacation in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles has a reputation for being covered in smog. Nowadays, the smog in Los Angeles isn’t much different than any other city in the United States. The city has put forth a lot of effort to reduce smog over the last thirty years and air quality has improved drastically. For the cleanest air, take your Los Angeles RV rental anywhere along the coastline. After all, isn’t that what going to California is all about?

Los Angeles 7 day forecast

Winter in Los Angeles

  • Average Winter High: 53.3°F (11.8°C)
  • Average Winter Low: 49.5°F (9.7°C)

What’s winter like in Los Angeles? It is extremely rare for Los Angeles to receive snow. Los Angeles winters consist mainly of rain. Rainfall in LA is 11.43 inches annually. The skies clear up beautifully when the rain stops.

What should I pack? Bring water repellent items such as umbrellas, rubber boots, and rain jackets. A few sweaters and a coat would also be a good idea. Since the winter season tends to misbehave in Los Angeles, you should bring some light attire or layers for when the sun shines.

Spring in Los Angeles

  • Average Spring High: 72.3°F (22.4°C)
  • Average Spring Low: 54.7°F (12.6°C)

What’s spring-like in Los Angeles? The weather during winter sometimes blends into spring in Los Angeles. So, expect some rain and a little cold. For the most part, springtime is relatively sunny and brings less rain than winter. It may get a tad foggy. Spring is a very beautiful season for Los Angeles because of all the blooms.

What should I pack? Rain gear and mid to lightweight clothing/attire. Layerable clothing works well for both spring and winter.

Summer in Los Angeles

  • Average Summer High: 83.8°F (28.8°C)
  • Average Summer Low: 56.2°F (13.4°C)

What’s summer like in Los Angeles? Warm. Go to the beach to cool off. The temperature is noticeably cooler the closer you get to the ocean during the summer months. Los Angeles can get fairly smoggy in the summer but there are plenty of days filled with very clear skies as well. Evenings sometimes cool down depending on the fog.

What should I pack? Lightweight clothing/attire (shorts, sandals, sunglasses, hats, sunscreen) and a few warmer items (in case the evening’s cooldown).

Fall in Los Angeles

  • Average Fall High: 78.3°F (25.7°C)
  • Average Fall Low: 59.3°F (15.2°C)

What’s fall like in Los Angeles? Fall is most likely the favorite season of the year for LA locals. The temperature is usually not too hot, not too cold, and the skies are clear. Late fall is the prelude to winter so it will rain and cool off somewhere around the month of November.

What should I pack? Bring both light and mid-weight clothing that are suitable for layering. Your summer clothing is still an option. Rain gear may also be required. So, basically, bring a little bit of everything without bringing anything too heavy.

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