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Class C RV Rentals

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Class C RV’s are the most common type of RV. Class C RV’s are characterized by the large bed directly over the drivers 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 RV’s 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).

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Rent an RV in California

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

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

California - PoppyCalifornia 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.

See our RV rentals in California.

Los Angeles Weather / Climate

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

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, California, weather 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 evenings cool down).

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.

Professional Sports in Los Angeles

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Los Angeles isn’t all movie stars and shopping. The professional sports scene is alive and well. While there isn’t a professional football team, Los Angeles takes great pride in basketball with two NBA (National Basketball Association) teams and one WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Association) team. No matter what time of the year you decide to rent an RV in Los Angeles, you’ll be able to catch a professional game. While the NBA (basketball) and NHL (hockey) seasons are on hiatus, the MLB (baseball) season resumes.

Below we will list teams and information on professional and college sports in Los Angeles.


  • NBA: National Basketball Association
  • WNBA: Women’s National Basketball Association
  • NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association
    • NBA (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Staples Center
    • NBA Season: October to April, 2 months of playoffs follow
    • The LA Lakers hold the record for the longest consecutive win streak in US professional team sports.
    • NBA (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Staples Center
    • NBA Season: October to April, 2 months of playoffs follow
    • The Los Angeles Clippers won their first NBA playoff game in 13 years during the 2005-2006 season.
    • WNBA (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Staples Center
    • WNBA Season: May to August, 2 months of playoffs follow
    • In 2001, the LA Sparks became the first WNBA team to go undefeated at home games for an entire season.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Pauley Pavilion
    • NCAA Basketball Season: November to February, tournament in March follows
    • From 1964 to 1975 (the UCLA Basketball Dynasty), the UCLA Bruins won 10 titles in 12 seasons.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Galen Center
    • NCAA Basketball Season: November to February, tournament in March follows
    • The USC Trojan’s men’s basketball team has more than 1,000 victories in college basketball.


Unfortunately, Los Angeles hasn’t had a professional football team in the NFL since 1994.

  • NFL: National Football League
  • NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Rose Bowl
    • NCAA Football Season: August to December
    • The UCLA Bruins football team was nicknamed “Gutty Little Bruins” in the 60s because of their small physical size being offset by their speed, determination, and teamwork.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Los Angeles Sports Arena and Coliseum
    • NCAA Football Season: August to December
    • The USC Trojans and Notre Dame have had a rivalry since 1926. This rivalry is considered the greatest intersectional rivalry of all college athletics.


  • MLB: Major League Baseball
  • NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association
    • MLB (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Dodger Stadium
    • MLB Season: April to September, three rounds of playoffs follow
    • During the 2006 season, making it the fourth time in baseball history and the first time the final home run tied the game, four home runs were scored by the Dodgers in the ninth inning.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Jackie Robinson Stadium
    • NCAA Baseball Season: February to June, tournament in June follows
    • Jackie Robinson Stadium is named after a former Bruins baseball player, Jackie Robinson.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Dedeaux Field
    • NCAA Baseball Season: February to June, tournament in June follows
    • Dedeaux Field is named after the Trojans’ legendary baseball coach, Rod Dedeaux, who coached the team from 1942 to 1986.


  • NHL: National Hockey League
    • NHL (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Staples Center
    • NHL Season: October to April, 2 months of playoffs follow
    • The LA Kings were transformed into a top NHL team after they successfully acquired Wayne Gretzky in 1988. Canadians were deeply disappointed by this trade. Gretzky was considered the NHL’s best player.
    • NHL (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: Honda Center
    • NHL Season: October to April, 2 months of playoffs follow
    • Disney originally owned the “Mighty Ducks of Anaheim”. The Ducks’ original name came from the movie, The Mighty Ducks. Their name was officially changed to Anaheim Ducks in January of 2006.


  • MLS: Major League Soccer
  • NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association
    • MLS (Pro)
    • Los Angeles Home: The Home Depot Center
    • MLS Season: April to November, championship match follows
    • Major League Soccer began play in 1996 and the Los Angeles Galaxy are one of ten founding members.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: Drake Stadium
    • NCAA Soccer Season: August to November, championship match follows
    • The Drake Stadium has been home to the UCLA soccer teams since 1969. It was revamped in 1999 at a cost of $1.5 million which was made possible by Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy. The field is called Frank W. Marshall Field. Marshall has been a fan of UCLA soccer for a long time and was a member of the men’s team in 1967.
    • NCAA (College)
    • Los Angeles Home: McAlister Soccer Field, north of the University Park Campus
    • NCAA Soccer Season: August to November, championship match follows
    • Jim Millinder took over coaching in 1996, resulting in the Trojans making it to the NCAA tournament seven times.

Recreation in Los Angeles

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Los Angeles is bursting with recreational activities to enjoy during your RV rental vacation because of its warm climate and famous beaches. These beaches include the Malibu, Santa Monica, Venice, and Redondo beaches.

Winter activities such as skiing and snowboarding are also available not far away at the San Gabriel, San Bernardino, and San Jacinto mountains.

Here we will list some of the more popular outdoor and leisure activities people enjoy in Los Angeles.

Outdoor / Active


    • Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills: high-end, world renowned shopping at its finest located on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills (keep your eyes open for celebrities!)
    • The Beverly Center in Beverly Hills: named one of Los Angeles’ top 20 destinations by the Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau
    • Third Street Shopping District in West Los Angeles: shopping galore with unique shops and boutiques everywhere
    • Original Los Angeles Farmer’s Market: a historic landmark located on the corner of Third & Fairfax Avenue
    • Melrose Avenue: a trendy shopping experience with very unique shops and sights (north of Beverly Boulevard, south of Santa Monica Boulevard)
    • La Brea Avenue: parallel to La Cienega Boulevard, perfect for antique lovers
    • Shopping Centers in Los Angeles: information on shopping centers in Los Angeles provided by Google
    • LA’s Best Dining: an extensive listing of the best dining experiences in Los Angeles with everything from barbeque to vegetarian friendly – real people voted
    • Restaurants in Los Angeles: information on restaurants in Los Angeles provided by Google
    • LA’s Best Nightlife: an extensive listing of the best night life in Los Angeles with everything from adult attractions to wine bars – real people voted
    • Night Clubs in Los Angeles: information on night clubs in Los Angeles provided by Google

Los Angeles Tours & Attractions

Friday, June 4th, 2010

Los Angeles is full of entertainment, popular theme parks, and movie magic to experience on your RV rental vacation.

Most Popular LA Tours & Attractions

    Largest theme park in LA with 60+ attractions
    Famous cluster of tar pits presented by the George C. Page Museum
    Three-mile beach filled with shopping and entertainment

Los Angeles RV Campgrounds

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Los Angeles may not seem like the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing RV rental vacation, however, it doesn’t take long to find the perfect place to park your RV.

We wanted to find you the most suitable RV parks, resorts, and campgrounds in and around the Los Angeles area. All campgrounds shown on this page are within 50 miles of Los Angeles, California.

RV parks that are close to Los Angeles sights and amenities are listed under “RV Camping for Los Angeles Sightseers”. “RV Camping for Nature Lovers” lists RV parks that are located in natural settings. “A Little Bit of Both” shows RV parks that are somewhere in between…

RV Camping for Los Angeles Sightseers

    • Close to Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios, Hollywood, Catalina Island, and many of California’s famous beaches
    • 150 RV sites, 150 full hook-up
    • 20/30/50 amp service
    • RV supplies
    • RV dump station
    • Free shuttle to Disneyland
    • Heated pool and jacuzzi
    • Big rig friendly
    • Meeting room
    • Cable TV at every site
    • Wireless Internet
    • Picnic tables
    • Handicapped accessible areas
    • Bathrooms with showers
    • Laundry facilities
    • Public telephones
    • Guided tours available
    • More Information
    • Close to many Southern California attractions
    • 128 RV sites, 128 full hook-up
    • 50 amp service
    • Bathrooms with showers
    • Laundry facilities
    • 24 hours security
    • Pool & Spa
    • Dog Run
    • Storage available
    • Daily, weekly, and monthly rates
    • Clubhouse with kitchen and Internet access
    • Picnic and BBQ areas
    • Satellite TV
    • Phone hook-ups available
    • Big rig friendly
    • More Information
    • Close to Aquarium of the Pacific, Queen Mary, Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center, and the Long Beach Toyota Grand Prix
    • 80 RV sites, 80 full hook-up
    • Located on waterfront
    • 30/50 amp service
    • Water front
    • Picnic table at each site
    • Phone hook-ups available
    • Modem friendly
    • Office/Convenience Store includes videos and hardware
    • Pool & Spa
    • Showers
    • Picnic and BBQ areas
    • Clubhouse with kitchen
    • Laundry facilities
    • Horseshoes and shuffleboard
    • More Information
    • Connected to Redondo Beach Pier and many Southern California attractions
    • 117 RV sites, 117 full hook-up
    • RV dump station
    • Pets welcome
    • LA county’s only RV park on the beach
    • Hot showers
    • Laundry facilities
    • Picnic tables and BBQs at each camp site
    • Volleyball, surfishing, biking
    • More Information

RV Camping for Nature Lovers

    • Located in Angeles National Forest in the San Gabriel Mountain range
    • 49 RV sites, 8 full hook-up
    • RV dump station
    • Diner/Store
    • Handicapped
    • BBQ facilities
    • Picnic area
    • Arcade games
    • Plenty of wildlife
    • 24 hour courtesy patrol
    • Family park
    • Pets welcome
    • Quiet atmosphere
    • Gold panning, bird watching, fly fishing
    • More Information
    • Close to county park, Raging Waters River Rides & Slides, and Mountain Meadows Golf Course (18 holes)
    • 519 RV sites, 519 full hook-up
    • RV dump station
    • 20/30/50 amp service
    • WiFi
    • Store with bait, sportsmen needs, video rentals, ATM, fax machine, mailboxes, etc.
    • Group/Meeting facilities
    • Internet access at specific locations in park
    • Pets allowed
    • Handicap bathrooms
    • Bathrooms with showers
    • Laundry facilities
    • Phone service at site
    • Cable TV
    • Pool
    • Playground
    • Large storage lot sites
    • 24 hour ranger service for after hour check-in
    • Nature trails
    • Horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, fishing, horseback riding
    • More Information
    • Close to Oxnard and Ventura beaches, Ojai, Lake Piru, and Lake Casitas
    • 74 RV sites
    • RV dump station
    • Located in the beautiful foothills of Heritage Valley
    • Pets welcome
    • Large, level camp sites
    • All sites have camp fire rings and picnic tables
    • Central meeting areas
    • Fully equipped clubhouse with patio area and western BBQ
    • Laundry facilities
    • Hot showers
    • Video rentals, ice, soda, ice cream, and fire wood for sale
    • Nature trails
    • Horseshoes, hiking, golfing, fishing, whale watching
    • More Information

A Little Bit of Both

    • Close to Pyramid Lake and Six Flags Magic Mountain
    • 117 RV sites, 117 full hook-up
    • 30/50 amp service
    • Cable TV
    • WiFi (free to regular, Good Sam, and AAA customers)
    • Bathrooms with showers
    • Pool
    • Hot tub
    • Laundry facilities
    • Mini-Golf, billiards, hiking, fishing
    • More Information
    • Close to state parks and many popular Los Angeles attractions
    • 200 RV sites, 121 full hook-up
    • 50 amp service
    • Ocean front
    • Dog walk area
    • Outdoor spa under the stars
    • Video game room
    • Recreation room with large screen TV
    • Outdoor game room
    • Fishing, whale/dolphin watching, body surfing, hiking
    • More Information