RV Rentals are available from the following locations across the country:
Top RV parks and campgrounds in Los AngelesBalboa RV Park
welcomes travelers to Los Angeles with a great location for RV camping. Located on Balboa Boulevard, this motorhome park is a short drive from the ocean and several warm, sun-drenched Southern California beaches. The RV park has cement patios and offers access to a range of amenities. Full hookups, laundry facilities, restrooms, cable TV, and Wi-Fi are available for travelers. Los Angeles Fairplex KOA
campgrounds offer motorhome camping with beautiful pines and restful sites. Visit these campgrounds on North White Avenue, and then visit Hollywood, or just relax around the camper and enjoy the sight of the spectacular San Gabriel Mountains that line the horizon. Amenities include a pool, a hot tub, free Wi-Fi, and a sauna. Campervan and RV sites provide up to 50 amps and can accommodate motorhome rentals up to 65 feet in length.
Malibu Beach Park is a one-stop location for RV lovers and for seekers of L.A. glitz and glamour. Located on Pacific Coast Highway, this RV park is home to body surfers, beachcombers, and dolphin watchers all year round. Hang out in the game room for billiards, or enjoy the outdoor grilling and lanai. The bathrooms are equipped with heated showers. Propane, garbage service, Wi-Fi, and cable TV are included at all RV sites. Hang out and whale watch in Los Angeles from March to April, as well as from October to November.
Top attractions in Los AngelesThe Getty Center
in Los Angeles is the ultimate gallery and museum excursion for visitors. Enjoy the Getty Museum and its collections focusing on the European masters of art and sculpture. There is American art and modern art at the Getty, too. Located on Getty Center Drive, there is a second location - featuring ancient Etrurian, Grecian, and Roman art - found on Pacific Coast Highway. The Hollywood Wax Museum
sits next to the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, where it's "Come and play with the stars." Robert Downey, Jr., Will Smith, Marilyn Monroe, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more wait to be photographed under the spotlights of this famous movie, TV, and show biz museum. Located on Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood Wax Museum is the only museum in the country recreating stars in wax for celebrity fans.
The Sunset Strip is named after the stores, dining establishments, clubs, and bars that line the famous Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. The Strip is a 1.3-mile stretch, covering Sunset Boulevard and Havenhurst Drive to Doheny Road. The Rainbow Bar and Grill, Roxy Theatre, Skybar, and Whiskey-A-Go-Go form the Sunset Strip district up to Beverly Hills, and the strip offers the latest in entertainment, music, and talent. Plan your trip in Los Angeles and if you can, make sure to catch the Sunset Strip Music Festival during the summertime.
Universal Studios is the "mega" park attraction, including complete movie-based theme rides from box office blockbusters. Just off the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles on Universal City Plaza, Universal Studios offers day passes and studio tours weekly. Shop at Universal CityWalk, try indoor skydiving at iFly, and ride the bull after dining at the Saddle Ranch Chop House. Round out the day with a movie at the AMC Universal CityWalk cinemas.