RV rentals in San Diego provides a simple way to discover "the birthplace of California." You'll never be far from ocean breezes as you enjoy the perfect class of RV. For elegant amenities and the largest amount of room, consider a Class A with a length between 21 and 41 feet. You'll cruise along Balboa Boulevard in style to visit world renowned San Diego Zoo. Since the length of a San Diego RV rental determines the mileage, 6 to 8 miles per gallon is average.
If you want a motorhome rentals in San Diego the size of a large truck, you'll want a Class C, which provides comfort on a smaller scale. Whatever driveable RV rental you select, you'll encounter storage in clever locations in your vehicle. You'll also have overhead sleeping spaces, so everyone in your group can sleep comfortably. The Class C clocks in at 20 to 38 feet long.
Towable camper rentals in San Diego include toy haulers, fifth wheels, and travel trailers. If you choose a pop-up camper rental in San Diego, you'll be surprised at the amenities in an expandable space. For instance, a full kitchen including: microwave, refrigerator, sink, electric stove, and a tank holding 10 gallons of water complements your camping experience.
San Diego's RV campgrounds are never more than a stone's throw from either the Southern California beach lifestyle or downtown San Diego. The San Diego RV Resort provides 180 full hookups and both back-in and pull through sites. Enjoy the pool and fire up the barbecue in the picnic area. There are plenty of grassy pads and shade for lounging. The Santa Fe Park RV Resort has a pool, showers, and laundry. It's also pet friendly, so the whole family can tag along.
Just up the road from San Diego is Channel Islands National Park in Santa Barbara. Hiking, snorkeling, bird watching, kayaking, and canoeing enthrall outdoor lovers as they observe unique island wildlife. The park's five Channel Islands hosted human habitation from as much as 37,000 years ago, and you may discover a new archaeological find. You need to prepare for daytime high temperatures around 50-60 degrees. As with any other ocean locale, local fog, high winds, or rough seas may visit the area, and it's a good idea to check ahead for conditions before heading out. There are beautiful state parks aplenty that you will surely not want to miss!
San Diego sees many of its visitors store their large RV and use the smaller vehicle that they've towed along for short excursions. Since San Diego remains a prime destination vacation for both California and the rest of the US, storage facilities such as Price Self Storage and Rancho Bernardo Self Storage stand ready to accommodate any guest's wishes.
Available dumpstations in San Diego are listed here:
Balboa Park's wide thoroughfares offer plenty of room for an RV to explore this 1200-acre urban cultural park. Green zones showcasing natural vegetation, walking paths, and gardens highlight tourists traveling from one venue of entertainment to the other. The San Diego Zoo is the best-known attraction in the park, but also included is the Casa del Prado Theater, which is the home of the San Diego Youth Symphony. This theater, built in 1915 to celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal, typifies the Spanish Colonial Revival architectural look of the entire park.
Balboa Park's Morley Sports Complex hosts a variety of sports, including the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships, which determines the best high school cross country athlete in the country each December. Along with popular sports such as basketball, golf, swimming, and tennis, the Complex provides playing space for the niche sports archery, petanque, bocce ball, disc golf, and a velodrome for cycling.
Park your RV for an evening of onstage entertainment at the Old Globe Theater Complex in Balboa Park, which is a replica of Shakespeare's original Old Globe Theater. In 1973, the nearby Fleet Science Center pioneered interactive science exhibits with a planetarium and an IMAX dome.
No fewer than four interstate highways serve San Diego: I-5 heading north to south in California, I-8 heading northeast out of state, I-15 hugging the southern US border to Arizona and beyond, and I-805, which is an auxiliary route to I-5 and also heads north to south.
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 San Diego, 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 San Diego, 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.