East of Los Angeles in the Inland Empire lies Ontario. As you choose the Ontario RV rental perfect for your group, think ahead to which RV class will please your party. A bus-sized Class A is for large groups of 8 to 10, and a smaller group may need a Class C or Class B. In the case of a Class B category in motorhome rentals in Ontario, the amenities are more modest than a Class A, and the smaller size enables the vehicle to reach out-of-the-way places.
A Class B is also called a sleepervan because it is especially useful for the traveling group that plans to spend much of its vacation day outdoors. A Class A provides amenities on the scale of a high-end home although its mileage of 6 to 8 miles per gallon is less than that of a Class B or a Class C. A Class C, which is built on a truck chassis, may prove more comfortable to drive than a Class A or Class B. The overhead bunk and wide windows of a Class C RV rental in Ontario offer plenty of storage and sightseeing to passengers.
If you desire to drive your own vehicle, try camper rentals in Ontario. Fifth wheels are the largest and heaviest vehicles to haul, so be sure your vehicle is a full-ton truck equipped with a special in-bed hitch. If you need a small pop up camper rental in Ontario, then your SUV or even a large sedan may haul it. You'll also find travel trailers of various lengths to rent, and in all cases, storage is never a problem. Even a small pop up contains an electric stove, refrigerator, 10-gallon water tank, and microwave.
Eastshore RV Park lies near Puddingstone Lake, which is stocked year-round with bass and trout. The park contains 518 pull-through and back-in sites, a recreation center, and full hookups. A little farther out at 25 miles from Ontario is Terrace Village RV Park, which provides 53 back-in sites, a library, and a pool with hot tub.
Ontario has the virtue of being located between the desert and the Pacific Ocean. If you choose to visit Channel Islands National Park, you're in for a treat filled with natural beauty off the coast. Five islands constitute the park, which is known for whale watching, bird watching, and archaeological signs of human habitation from 37,000 years ago. Enjoy the natural life as you boat to and from the islands. Be sure to call ahead for weather conditions such as heavy seas or fog. As with all ocean adventures, preparation is key for adapting to changing weather in the year-round average temperatures of 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lighthouse Self Storage is part of a national chain, which offers a clean, secure place to store your RV. North County RV and Boat Storage is another facility in the area that has the advantage of valet parking, wash and wax service, onsite management, and a dumpstation.
If you’re looking for a dumpstation near Ontario, All Seasons Party Rentals and Supplies asks a small fee for dumping as does Arrow Trailer Supplies. Arrow is open 24 hours daily year round.
Ice hockey comes as a welcome diversion from the California warmth as the Ontario Reign play in its home venue, the Toyota Arena. This American Hockey League team is affiliated with the NHL's Los Angeles Kings and has won one division championship. The Agua Caliente Clippers represent the NBA G League as they play at the Toyota Arena and are affiliated with the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers.
Travel 21 miles southwest of Ontario to reach Anaheim's Dinner Detective show as you eat a delicious dinner while solving a murder mystery. This interactive show for all adults is fun, social, and active as you determine which of your fellow diners is actually the culprit. The history buffs in your group will enjoy Ontario Post Office's colorful murals, which were completed in 1942 as part of the New Deal's artist involvement series. The murals depict the progression of California from its Native American roots to the idealism that the New Deal brought to the country.
Interstates 5 and 10 connect Ontario with the rest of the state.