An Irvine RV rental is will get you out on the open road in plenty of comfort and security. RVshare offers the convenience of connecting you with people who provide RV rentals in Irvine. Before securing a rental, you should take a moment to educate yourself on the different classes of RV that are available as this can greatly impact your trip.
The enormous Class A RV is the biggest of the three RV types, and it seats around eight adults. These vehicles are decked out with the latest technology and amenities to provide a fun and relaxing RVing experience unlike any other. However, all this extra size and weight can make it hard to control if you're not an experienced RV driver, so rent with caution if you're not confident in your driving abilities.
The Class B is the smallest RV type, so you'll only have room for around four people. These RVs are fairly stripped down and bare bones with just the essentials to help make getting from point A to point B easier. They're more agile than Class A RVs, making for a better driving experience for the inexperienced.
A happy medium between the previous two classes, a Class C usually has room for about six people. It has the front end of a regular commercial truck to make driving more akin to what you're used to.
RVs aren't your only options when it comes to camper rentals in Irvine. Pull-behind trailers offer the same RV experience for people who'd rather be driving their own truck or SUV. Pop-up camper rentals in Irvine are unique due to their canvas-based walls, which allow them to collapse onto themselves for travel and pop up again when you're ready to sleep. This significantly cuts down on their weight to allow for more types of vehicles to tow them around.
A travel trailer will provide the closest experience of traveling in a traditional RV. Most trailers are comparable in size to a Class B or C RV and feature a similar layout internally. The specifics will depend on the model.
If luxury is the name of the game, you can't beat the fifth wheel. Known as the Class A of the trailer world, these trailers are huge and filled to the brim with electronics, kitchen equipment and more that make them nearly indistinguishable from an RV save for the fact they don't have an engine.
A toy hauler is also worth consideration. Unlike the other trailers, they're designed to haul smaller vehicles, like ATVs, from place to place, enabling you to bring them with you on your vacation.
If you're going to travel in a motorhome rental in Irvine and stay at some of the RV campgrounds in the area, one of the best options is Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort. If the fact that it's called a resort isn't proof enough, this gorgeous campground is located right next to the Back Bay, letting you swim, fish, kayak, boat and more while enjoying the sights and sounds of the resort. With great Wi-Fi, a playground, hiking trails, a rec room, laundry, and shower facilities and plenty more, Newport Dunes could be a vacation destination all its own if you haven't yet settled on where you're hoping to end up.
California has no shortage of wonderful sights, and Sequoia National Park is a definite must-see. The centerpiece of this park is, of course, the towering sequoia trees, which are some of the tallest and oldest trees in the entire world. Combine that with all the hiking, mountain climbing, biking, skiing and more you can do while in the park, plus its close proximity to neighboring Kings Canyon National Park, and you've got one great vacation destination on your hands.
RV storage facilities give you maximum peace of mind when on your RV vacation. Irvine is full of facilities that are more than happy to rent you space whether it is in an outside lot, a covered space or a garage. OC Easy Storage and Extra Space Storage are both places that store RVs. They feature plenty of security measures, like video surveillance and on-site security, to make sure you're the only one who's able to take advantage of the convenient 24/7 access to your RV.
A dumpstation allows you to safely get rid of the waste stored inside your RV without a hassle or contaminating the area around you. Many storage facilities and campgrounds feature dumpstations onsite for visitors to use. Additionally, businesses like Mobile RV Dump Station are on call to come to your location and empty your tank for you.
Definitely stop by the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary to catch a glimpse of plenty of wild native animals in ways you'd never be able to replicate through photos or at the zoo. If you have kids, check out Pretend City Children's Museum, an interactive exhibit that helps children learn through hands-on fun in a miniature cityscape.
Irvine is home to both the Orange County Novastars of the American Basketball Association and the Orange County SC of the United Soccer League for anyone who might be hoping to catch a game while they're RVing around the city. If you'd like something a little more hands-on, take a trip to K1 Speed for some intense go-karting action.
It's easy to get around Irvine in an RV thanks to the robust network of highways in and around the city. For one, California's I-405 ends there in the form of the I-5 highway, making it extremely easy to travel just about anywhere in the state using Irvine as a starting point. The Orange County area uses SR 133 to move about before merging into both I-5 and I-405.
If you are considering a rental from RVshare, then you will need to be 25 years of age to be approved.
Just like any vehicle that you rent, with camper rentals in Irvine, CA, you are going to need to have insurance that will cover the vehicle in the event that there is an accident. If you do not have insurance that you can use for the rental, then take a look at our insurance page for more information about your options.
When you rent an RV, it’s a good practice to bring the RV back with a full tank. At the same time, not all owners require it, so be sure to communicate with the RV owner before you rent so that you understand his or her refueling requirements.
One-way RV rentals in Irvine, CA are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.