If you come to Corona, then you'll experience the Inland Empire famous throughout California, which is due to its location midway between the majestic Santa Ana Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The city is widely known for its magnificent view of the Santa Ana Mountains and for the flat terrain that is perfect for motorhome rentals in Corona.
As you choose the RV class that suits your group, consider how you will spend your days. Corona RV rentals offer just the right vehicle for a group planning to spend most of the time outdoors in its Class B category. Class B sleepervans are smaller than the bus-sized Class A vehicles and are more maneuverable for winding roads accessing out-of-the-way scenic spots.
A Class A suits a large group of 8-10 people with luxurious amenities in a length of up to 45 feet. For those accustomed to driving a truck, the Class C on a truck chassis comes equipped with wide windows for sightseeing and an overhead bunk for extra storage. RV rentals in Corona consist of drivable rigs that allow you to tow along a smaller vehicle for shorter excursions.
Camper rentals in Corona are for those who prefer driving their own vehicles. Before deciding on a fifth wheel, travel trailer, or pop up camper, make sure your vehicle is heavy-duty enough to haul your selection. For instance, a pop-up camper rental in Corona may need only a large sedan or your SUV to haul it if it is small enough. For travel trailers of various lengths, a half-ton or full-ton truck meets requirements, but if you select a fifth wheel, then you'll need a special in-bed hitch to haul it.
Orangeland RV Park displays its orange orchard for you to see how California's reputation for citrus growing has spread throughout the country. When you are near Corona, stop at the park, which offers 195 sites with full hookups, a clubhouse, and a place to wash your RV in addition to shuttles to Disneyland.
Anaheim RV Park lies just off Interstate 5, a major roadway to all southern California attractions. Go there for 111 sites with full hookups, a walking service for your dogs while you stay there, and a shuttle to Disneyland, too. Good Sam rates Anaheim RV Park as the No. 1 campground in Corona.
Southern California's reputation as a premier citrus producer is showcased at the California Citrus State Historic Park. Starting in 1873, navel oranges excelled in the climate and soon became renowned throughout the country. The park provides tours throughout the groves and free tastings of citrus juices for an indelible memory of Corona.
Another park to visit is Fairmount Park in nearby Riverside for a stroll around a lake filled with ducks and turtles as well as a military tank on display. There are wide open meadows for kids to run around on and a playground.
At 116 miles away, reach the Channel Islands National Park by boat as you watch for whales or birds.
Since southern California is known for vacationing, storage facilities such as PXT RV Storage in Corona offers great night lighting and is near a freeway off-ramp. Its hours of 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. provide easy access, and its clean, gated facility sets your mind at ease. Edward's RV Storage maintains its reputation as a friendly facility complete with 24/7 gated access, and it's two blocks from the Riverside Freeway, Route 91.
Lee Lake Water District provides free services to keep your RV running at the utmost condition. The city's wastewater treatment plant #2 also offers free services and is open dusk till dawn year-round.
Popular attractions include The Corona Heritage Museum for guests seeking information on the Circle City's history. Folks also flock to The Arts Colony, whose themed displays are housed in an early 1900s home.
Santiago High School offers a full spectrum of sports to its students, so come on by to cheer on the Sharks as they compete in football, soccer, swimming, water polo, golf, wrestling, and volleyball. Contributing to their success at sports is their marching band and color guard, which were selected to march in the 2018 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena.
For a touch of history, visit the Butterfield Stage Station on Temescal Canyon Road to see why Old West stagecoach companies established routes through Corona as the perfect destination to stay in southern California. For downtown fun, cruise the famous circular Grand Boulevard before settling into a booth at Healthy Image for a protein shake or smoothie in pure California style.
The city is reached by State Routes 71, 91, and Interstate I-15.