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Although it is technically part of the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area, the city of Riverside, California sits about an hour directly east of bustling L.A in a region known as Inland Empire. The city of Riverside is located in the perfect spot and offers the nature and adventure-seeking visitor a wide variety of destinations that are perfect for day trips. Riverside is probably best known for its role in starting the California citrus industry. In 1871, settlers in the southern California town planted two orange trees, and thus began the citrus boom of California’s agricultural industry. In fact, one of those two trees still stands proudly in Riverside today. So whether you’re looking to do some hiking, or maybe you just want a really fresh glass of orange juice, when you book an RV in Riverside County, you can experience all that this citrusy California city has to offer.


Because Riverside is technically part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, there are commuter rails you can take to get to Los Angeles for a day of play. However, if you want to explore Riverside, there are 34 routes operated by the Riverside Transit Authority. Just look for the bright red, white, and blue buses and they’ll be able to get you all around Riverside and to the adjacent towns of Banning, Beaumont, and Corona.


As you begin soaking up the sun on your hiking tour around southern California, you will see some of the most stunning vistas and glorious sunsets you could ever imagine.


The Great Outdoors


There is so much exploring to be done in Riverside’s own backyard, you’ll be blown away by your options. Riverside is flanked on the northwest side by Mount Rubidoux, creating a glorious backdrop for the city. The summit itself is a fairly easy climb and provides you with two trail options: a slower, gradual climb and a quicker, but steeper climb. Regardless of which path you choose, the views awaiting you at the top are splendid. You will be treated to panoramic vistas of the Santa Ana River, Riverside, and the surrounding deserts.


If you want something a little more shaded, and an excuse to drive that Riverside camper rental, then pack up and head to the Angeles National Forest. Just 45 minutes north of Riverside, you can hike along the 176-mile segment of the Pacific Crest Trail that runs through the park, go kayaking in one of the park’s lakes, or spend the evening fishing and watch the sun sink below the horizon. If that sounds like the perfect day, stay awhile with the Riverside RV rental by owner at one of campsites with hookups available here.


If you’re really looking to challenge your mountain hiking capabilities, then the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument is the place for you. Located about an hour and a half southeast of Riverside, near Palm Desert, this glorious mountain range beckons slightly more experienced hikers to conquer its many peaks. Depending on the season you go, you may be greeted with colorful wildflowers or snow-capped mountains, but no matter what, you will be graced with unforgettable sunrises and sunsets in some of the western desert’s most breathtaking landscapes.


RV Parks


If you don’t want to camp at one of the surrounding state or national parks, there are several RV parks where you can stay in your travel trailer rental near Riverside. One such popular spot, just north of town, is the Terrace Village RV Park. Each of the 53 sites comes equipped with power and WiFi access and is pet-friendly! Also just to the north of town is the Mission RV Park. This park is also pet-friendly and comes with power hookups and WiFi access. Additionally, the park works in conjunction with a cleaning service you can hire to clean your RV if you’re in the middle of a particularly long trip.


Exploring the City


When you decide that you can’t hike another mountain, look to downtown Riverside. The pedestrian-friendly bustling atmosphere is perfect if you’re looking for a night out on the town. You can stop in at one of the many restaurants or admire the various styles of architecture you can find throughout the city.


Riverside isn’t just a nightlife town, though. There is plenty to do in the city during the day. If you have kids to entertain, maybe spend the day at Castle Park. The amusement and water park duo is filled with rides, slides, miniature golf, and performances. If you’re looking for something a little more educational, why not try the March Field Air Museum? You can learn about the history of flight and aviation warfare while looking at real planes on display. The museum boasts a collection of almost 80 historic planes, each with its own fascinating story to tell. The March Field Air Museum is sure to dazzle and inspire any young pilot in training.


If you’re looking for something a bit faster paced, head just an hour west to Los Angeles. If you are willing to brave the traffic, you can enjoy sightseeing, celebrity spotting, and the typical southern California lifestyle in L.A. When in doubt, there’s always Disneyland, if you don’t mind the inevitable Disney music that will be playing throughout your Riverside RV rental post-park visit.


No matter what you choose to do as you explore the wilds of southern California with the Riverside motorhome rental, be sure to hit one of the pubs that are gaining popularity in the area. You can get a nice steak or seafood sandwich, a citrusy dessert, a local brew or glass of wine, and feel like part of the community.

RV Rentals in Riverside, CA

Riverside, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Riverside. Outdoorsy's Riverside RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Riverside are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Lake Poway Park, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, Eaton Canyon Park, and Angeles National Forest.

What's around Riverside, CA


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
Sturtevant Falls Trail Sierra Madre California
Dawn Mine Trail Loop Altadena California
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Cowles Mountain Trail San Diego California
Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop Sierra Madre California
Runyon Canyon Trail Los Angeles California
Potato Chip Rock via Mt. Woodson Trail Poway California
Eaton Canyon Trail Pasadena California
Iron Mountain Trail Poway California

Nearby Campgrounds

Yorba Regional Park

attraction Anaheim, CA
A linear day use park over one mile long and 140 acres, situated in the mouth of Santa Ana Canyon in the city of Anaheim. The linear environment of the park site recaptures the river setting of the adjacent Santa Ana River. Because the park is in a historic setting in an area where such names as Yorba, Peralta and Dominguez were common, the Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized the 1976 opening of the park site by designating Yorba Regional Park as the official Orange County bicentennial project.

Huntington State Beach

attraction Huntington Beach, CA
Prime waves can be found in the Huntington State beach between late spring, summer and into the fall, note only advanced surfers should test these waters since there are potentially dangerous conditions. When not surfing you can enjoy the wildlife at the Snowy Plover Reserve which is located at the southern end of the beach between Talbert Channel and the Santa Ana River, this is home to endangered species such as the California Least Terns and the Snowy Plover. The park is also a prime spot for surf fishing, an array of fish can be caught along these shores.

Bolsa Chica State Beach

campground Huntington Beach, CA
Bolsa Chica State Beach extends three miles from Sunset Beach to Seapoint Avenue along Pacific Coast Highway. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, get together with loved ones or to simply kick back and watch the sun set. In Bolsa Chica you will also have an array of fish to catch while you practice your surf fishing. At new and full moons during the summer, you can take part in bare-handed fishing for California grunion, a species that only spawns in southern California beaches. Since the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is located across the beach, wildlife and bird watching are also a popular past time. Easy access for your RV rental you can't get much closer than this to the waves.

Serrano Campground

campground Big Bear Lake, CA
Located across the lake from Big Bear Lake Serrano is one of the better forest service campgrounds in the country. With a bike trail that departs from the campground and walking trails down to the lake this is a great destination to lock in with your RV rental. Take the family to the mountains and enjoy. Large sites and easy maneuvering will allow novices to feel confident too.

Newport Dunes Waterfront RV Resort

campground Newport Beach, CA
At your front step you can have mile of shore line and a marina, within reach are two nature preserves: Back Bay Nature Preserve and the Newport Bay Conservancy, which you can explore via kayak or by foot. Visitors can enjoy amenities such as a waterpark, a playground on the beach, a fitness center, spa and pool and sailboat and pedal boat rentals. Luxury amenities right on the bay this place is easy to navigate in your RV rental.

Huntington By the Sea RV Resort

campground Huntington Beach, CA
You can have a piece of ocean side property during your stay here. Listen to the sounds of the waves throughout the day and night, take a walk along the beach and enjoy the sun. Within reach is the city of Huntington Beach which is constantly alive. Not only will you find a great beach, but there are many parks, shops, and restaurants to keep you entertained. Near the pier you can visit surf shops, clothing stores and take part in the night life. If you?re lucky you can also witness surfing and extreme sports competitions, volleyball tournaments, and live music as well. This RV park is also conveniently close to the highway where you?re a short ride away from visit Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, or LA. Easy access you will look like a pro in your RV rental here.

US Open of Surfing

attraction Huntington Beach, CA
If you?re keen on surfing then attending the week long U.S. Open of Surfing competition and celebration is a must on your list. This is the largest surfing competition in the world, attracting over half a million people. During nine exciting days you can witness the world?s best surfers, listen to live music, and watch movie premieres and fashion shows. Skateboarding and BMX competitions are also part of the list of events.

Coachella Music Festival

attraction Palm Springs, CA
The annual Coachella Music Festival is a beacon for those who love nothing more than the experience of live music. Multiple tents play live music from several different genres including electronic, hip hop and alternative rock all night long. Grab a drink, grab a friend and dance until you can't anymore!

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