Pop-up campers are an economical way to explore Eastvale, California and the surrounding area, with models as low as $55 per night of rental. Couples and smaller groups will have plenty of room in Class B camping vans, and highly rated vehicles start at $125 daily. New RV drivers will find Class C motorhomes easier to handle, and you can step into one for $100 or more per night. Large groups or people wanting to travel with room and amenities will find full-sized Class A RVs starting at $100 daily.
Riverside sits 19 miles west of Eastvale, providing RVers with amenities and activities for a week or more. Chino Hills State Park is one of several nearby outdoor locations worth exploring. Top dining options include the Oasis Vegetarian Cafe, and the family can enjoy Castle Park amusement park before enjoying a Riverside to Arcata road trip.
Anaheim is only 27 miles west of the city and is large enough to accommodate RVers for several weeks. The nearby Bolsa Chica State Beach is worth visiting, and you can enjoy a hike on the Weir Canyon Canyon Short Loop. Feast at El Cholo or India Table before heading east for a trip from Riverside to Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona.
Nearby Irvine gets you closer to the ocean, making it a good place for short stays of two days while you explore Crystal Cove State Park and hike Quail Loop Trail. The whole family will enjoy a visit to Tanaka Farms before heading back to Eastvale and a road trip from Riverside to Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico.
The city sits within Riverside County in an area known as the Inland Empire metropolitan area. The Tongva people called this area home at one time, with much of the area being part of the Fuller family ranch in recent history until 1954.
Eastvale Community Park is a popular outdoor location with 46.53 acres to explore. Amenities include multi-use trails, restrooms, a wide-open field for soccer, and electricity. More kid-friendly venues with playgrounds and water pad areas include Cedar Creek Park.
Eastvale Gateway off Limonite Avenue contains roughly 70 businesses for shopping, dining, and movies. If you or others need a little pampering after days on the road in your RV, stop in the Massage Envy Spa Eastvale location.
If you want a quick burger when you pull into town, try the Habit Burger Grill for quick bites. Pita Street is a highly-rated shop with locals looking for Mediterranean food, and Jonos Sushi off Hammer Avenue is known for its fast service. Pizza Nora offers moderately priced Italian dishes.
Los Angeles, California - Explore the downtown art district, botanical gardens, and zoo. LA provides anything an RVer needs.
50+ Gas Stations
10+ Nearby National Forests/State Parks
15+ Local RV Parks
15+ Nearby Dump Stations
Ventura, California - Popular points of interest include nearby Point Mugu and Malibu Creek state parks. Enjoy dining at unique local spots like Café Nouveau.
20+ Gas Stations
9+ Nearby National Forests/State Parks
10+ Local RV Parks
12+ Nearby Dump Stations
Temecula, California - The Harveston Lake and Vil Lake loops are popular hikes, and restaurants like Guadalajara Mexican Grill provide meals which are hard to make in an RV.
17+ Gas Stations
6+ Nearby National Forests/State Parks
12+ Local RV Parks
10+ Nearby Dump Stations
A 96-mile road trip east will place you at the Joshua Tree National Park. You can explore the clash between the Colorado and Mojave deserts, home to the namesake Yucca species, cactus, and sand. Several trails offer shorter hikes or take you on multi-day backpacking excursions.
Channel Islands National Park is only 138 miles west of Eastvale, but you need to use park concessionaire boats or planes or take a private boat to access the islands. Once here, explore 390 square miles by backcountry camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, or snorkeling. Wildlife viewing includes birds and whales.
Take a 194-mile trip north of Eastvale and explore Death Valley National Park. With summer temps reaching past 120 degrees Fahrenheit and the lowest in the U.S. at 282 feet below sea level, it offers plenty of extremes. Those willing to explore the famous landscape do so by bike or foot, and birding is popular in some parts of the park.
Chino State Park is only 10 miles west of Eastvale, offering green rolling hills to explore. Guests bike, hike, or ride horses to get around the 90 miles of trails here. It is also a popular location for birding and other wildlife viewings.
Lake Perris State Recreation Area sits about 36 miles to the east of the city. Its 8,000 acres showcase the lake and its white beaches. Wildlife viewing is popular with bald eagles, bobcats, deer, raccoons, and California quail. You can boat, swim, snorkel, bike, hike, ride horseback, and rock climb here.
Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area is 43 miles northeast of the city. Thirteen miles of shoreline and forested mountains surround the lake, where you can boat, fish, or swim. You can also explore the 13 miles of trails in the park on foot or by bike.
The Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area is 81 miles west of the city, across the metro area. It offers over 156,000 acres of varied terrain from the ocean edge to the mountains. Explore Paramount Ranch and see what is in filming, or hike the Solstice Canyon Trail.
Travel 110 miles south of Eastvale to reach Cabrillo National Monument. It commemorates the 1542 landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in San Diego Bay. There is a lighthouse and coastal tidal pools to explore, with other nearby attractions in San Diego.
Traveling 146 miles north toward Bakersfield will get you to the César E. Chávez National Monument, commemorating the man who fought to bring migrant worker conditions to light in the 1960s. You can enjoy the gardens after you tour the visitor center and pay respects at the graves of César and his wife, Helen.
Eastvale Lantern Festival - Mark the arrival of spring and the Lunar New Year on the Lunisolar calendar this upcoming February. Enjoy cultural performances, food, street vendors, and family fun zones.
Picnic In the Park - Enjoy this three-day event this upcoming June. Highlights include games, food, vendors, picnic games, live entertainment, and a fireworks show.
Stagecoach Festival - Travel to nearby Indio this upcoming April to enjoy genres of country music like alternative, mainstream, bluegrass, and folk. The event showcases established and unknown artists.
Santa Ana River Trail - You and your leashed pet can enjoy this 5.9-mile out-and-back trail that is rated easy by most users. It is a multi-purpose path, so you will find people biking, hiking, running, and riding horseback.
Echo Cliffs - You will enjoy one of the best climbing locations in Southern California nestled just west of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It offers over 200 routes, many of which have blocky holds and pockets on vertical to overhanging surfaces that can challenge climbers of all skill levels.
Yorba Regional Park - Anglers will find several species here, including bluegill, catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, and rainbow trout. The park also provides other amenities like picnic areas, trails, and play areas.
One of the area's popular RV campground facilities is the nearby Rancho Jurupa Park, with 140 sites, 30-amp power, cell reception, and a playground for $20 to $45 per night. Prado Regional Park is next door in Chino, offering Full RV hookups, 50-amp power, showers, cell reception, and a rec hall starting at $40 per day for its 75 sites. Corona hosts the Glen Ivy RV Park, a pet-friendly facility with 30-amp back-in and pull-through spaces, cell reception, and RV storage.
The Lake Perris Rest Area in nearby Riverside has a free dump station, as does the Silverwood Lake Service Rest Area in Hesperia. Another nearby free dump station is available at the Riverside Sewer Treatment Plant off Acorn Street. The Barton Flats Campground is a popular year-round facility that charges $10 for dump station use. Prado Regional Park in Chino is also open year-round, charging $15 to use the dump station.
Nearby Highland is home to Secure Storage, one of the more popular storage facilities in the region. It offers open and covered RV spaces with amenities like black and gray water dumping stations, detailing and washing stations, and on-site management with digital cameras for sites from 10 to 60 feet. CubeSmart Self Storage has covered and open spaces up to 40 feet long in nearby San Bernardino, while iStorage has 11-foot exterior lots from 30 to 49 feet long. Storage Etc... is an option if your RV is small, offering parking spaces up to 10 by 28 feet at $127 per month.
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Eastvale, CA, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Eastvale?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Eastvale from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Eastvale?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.