Pop Up RV Rentals in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

1-20 of 25+ Pop Up RV Rentals
Palomino Real-Lite Tent Campers 12 FD
2017 Pop-up Camper

Palomino Real-Lite Tent Campers 12 FD

Sleeps 8 16.0ft
11.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(6)
$95 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 1910ESP
2019 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 1910ESP

Sleeps 4 20.0ft
11.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(3)
$105 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 1640ESP
2021 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 1640ESP

Sleeps 4 12.0ft
7.0 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$100 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 232ESP
2017 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood Extreme Sports 232ESP

Sleeps 6 26.0ft
11.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(1)
$86 /night
Forest River RV Rockwood High Wall Series HW277
2013 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Rockwood High Wall Series HW277

Sleeps 6 19.0ft
11.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(5)
$87 /night
Forest River Rockwood Highwall HW296
2020 Pop-up Camper

Forest River Rockwood Highwall HW296

Sleeps 8 21.0ft
5.2 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
New Listing New Listing
$125 /night
Forest River RV Flagstaff Shamrock 233S
2022 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Flagstaff Shamrock 233S

Sleeps 9 24.0ft
40.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(2)
$90 /night
Mercedes Benz Mercedes Benz Metris
2021 Pop-up Camper

Mercedes Benz Mercedes Benz Metris

Sleeps 3 16.0ft
24.9 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$199 /night
Palomino Y-Series 4120
2010 Pop-up Camper

Palomino Y-Series 4120

Sleeps 8 15.0ft
37.6 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
New Listing New Listing
$65 /night
Jeep GLADIATOR WILLY'S
2021 Pop-up Camper

Jeep GLADIATOR WILLY'S

Sleeps 4 17.0ft
28.5 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$120 /night
Jeep Jeep Wrangler
2021 Pop-up Camper

Jeep Jeep Wrangler

Sleeps 2 10.0ft
28.5 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$120 /night
Forest River RV Flagstaff Shamrock 233S
2020 Pop-up Camper

Forest River RV Flagstaff Shamrock 233S

Sleeps 9 24.0ft
59.8 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(1)
$110 /night
Viking Express Series 9.0TD
2020 Pop-up Camper

Viking Express Series 9.0TD

Sleeps 2 13.0ft
69.9 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(6)
$55 /night
Opus Camper OPUS OP4
2020 Pop-up Camper

Opus Camper OPUS OP4

Sleeps 6 18.0ft
46.2 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(10)
$150 /night
Opus Camper OPUS OP4
2021 Pop-up Camper

Opus Camper OPUS OP4

Sleeps 6 18.0ft
60.2 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$150 /night
Jayco Jay Feather X17Z
2021 Pop-up Camper

Jayco Jay Feather X17Z

Sleeps 6 18.0ft
74.5 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(2)
$94 /night
Jayco Baja 1001XR
2015 Pop-up Camper

Jayco Baja 1001XR

Sleeps 6 24.0ft
63.0 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(6)
$95 /night
Lifetime Sahara Tent Trailer
2013 Pop-up Camper

Lifetime Sahara Tent Trailer

Sleeps 6 10.0ft
59.1 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
(1)
$102 /night
Coleman The Americana LE Series Santa Fe
2007 Pop-up Camper

Coleman The Americana LE Series Santa Fe

Sleeps 4 20.0ft
59.8 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$89 /night
Airstream RV Basecamp 16
2017 Pop-up Camper

Airstream RV Basecamp 16

Sleeps 2 16.0ft
65.0 miles from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA
$117 /night
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Road Trips Starting from Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

Best National Parks Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

Channel Islands National Park, located off the coast of Southern California, is a hidden gem that is worth exploring. The park comprises five islands - Anacapa Island, Santa Barbara Island, Santa Cruz Island, San Miguel Island and Santa Rosa Island - each with its unique attractions. It is accessible only by boat or plane. Although there are no campgrounds on the islands themselves, visitors can stay at nearby RV parks and take day trips to the park. The Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitor Center at Channel Islands National Park offers exhibits and informative displays about the park.Sequoia National Park is situated in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains east of Visalia, California. This national park has an area of 400,000 acres and is home to some of the world's largest trees - giant sequoias - and offers visitors plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking and camping. Three Rivers Campground in Sequoia National Park has more than 80 sites with full hookups for RVs.Joshua Tree National Park lies just over 100 miles east of Los Angeles and encompasses two distinct desert ecosystems: the Mojave Desert and Colorado Desert. Visitors can marvel at Skull Rock, Cholla Cactus Garden or enjoy stunning views from Keys View lookout point. The Indian Cove Campground in Joshua Tree National Park has around 100 sites with water hookups for RVs.

Popular State Parks Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

Chino Hills State Park in California is a great destination for RV enthusiasts. With more than 90 campsites available, this park offers water and electric hookups, showers and restrooms with flush toilets, and fire rings. The park also has dump stations for RVs. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails that are spread across the 14,000-acre area, equestrian trails, picnic areas, and a nature center.Bolsa Chica State Beach in Orange County California is perfect for visitors looking to enjoy the beach while camping in their RV. This state park is quite small with an area of 169 acres but has a lot to offer. The park also provides easy access to bike paths and hiking trails as well as a visitor center where you can learn about the local ecosystem.Dockweiler State Beach in Los Angeles County California is another great option for beach lovers traveling in an RV. The park offers dozens of campsites with full hookups; however, advanced reservations are required. Dockweiler State Beach offers many recreational activities such as swimming, surfing, biking or rollerblading on the adjacent path along the shore and fishing off the jetties.

National Forests Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

Cleveland, San Bernardino, and Angeles National Forests are all located within a few hours' drive of Upper San Gabriel Valley, California, California.Cleveland National Forest is located in Southern California and offers a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, stargazing, camping, fishing, and biking. The forest has an area of 460,000 acres and is home to Cuyamaca Rancho State Park where visitors can enjoy geocaching.San Bernardino National Forest provides a diverse range of recreational opportunities for visitors to participate in. Established in 1907, it covers an area of 823,816 acres and features the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and ski resorts like Snow Summit Ski Resort and Bear Mountain Ski Resort.Angeles National Forest is another great option for visitors looking to explore the outdoors while they’re in Upper San Gabriel Valley, California. With an area covering 655,387 acres, it was established back in July 1908 and is home to attractions like The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens as well as Descanso Gardens. Visitors can also enjoy Mountain High Resort for skiing or snowboarding during the winter months.No matter which national forest you choose near Upper San Gabriel Valley, California, you're sure to have an unforgettable experience exploring nature's beauty while on your RV trip!

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

Looking to explore some of California's most iconic landmarks? Upper San Gabriel Valley, California is a great starting point.The Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial is a significant site that commemorates the largest home front disaster during World War II. Visitors can take guided tours of the area or stroll around to appreciate the natural beauty of the park.John Muir National Historic Site is another must-visit landmark near Upper San Gabriel Valley, California. This site offers insights into the life and works of John Muir, who founded the Sierra Club and advocated for national parks' creation. Visitors can tour his home or hike to Mount Wanda, where he used to go for walks.Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy hiking in Briones Regional Park, taking a bike ride along the Biking and Walking Trail or picnicking with family at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord. Pixieland Amusement Park offers fun rides for children while Six Flags Discovery Kingdom has thrilling roller coasters for older visitors.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort and Campground is a great option for RVers in Upper San Gabriel Valley, California. With 518 sites, full hookups, and back-in/pull-through sites available, this park offers a pool/hot tub, showers, and is pet-friendly. Another popular campground is East Shore RV Park. This park has 518 full hookups with back-in/pull-through sites available. Additionally, it offers a pool/hot tub, playground, lake access, camp store, laundry facilities and strong cell reception signal. Pets are allowed except in wilderness areas.

RV Dump Stations Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

When it comes to dumping black and gray water, Upper San Gabriel Valley, California, California has you covered with four convenient dump stations. Dry Dock R.V. Storage, Mount Olive Self Storage, Sunset Service Center - 76 Station and Elks Lodge all offer waste disposal facilities for RVers. Each dump station provides fresh water, a hose for flushing tanks, and a trash bin for easy cleanup. Whether you're passing through or staying in the area, these dump stations make it simple to take care of your RV's waste disposal needs.

RV Rentals Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA


Frequently Asked Questions About Renting a Popup RV Near Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA

How do I correctly set up and take down a popup camper rental, and what kind of tools or equipment do I need?

Setting up and taking down a popup camper rental typically requires a few basic tools, including a rubber mallet, wheel chocks, and a few different sized wrenches. The process will vary based on the specific model, but typically involves locating and extending the stabilizer jacks, popping up the roof, extending the sidewalls, and connecting any necessary hoses and cables. Be sure to follow any instructions provided by the owner and ask for assistance if you are unsure about any aspect of the setup.

Can I rent a popup camper in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA without a vehicle capable of towing it, and if so, what are my options for renting a towing vehicle?

Standard passenger sedans typically able to tow popup campers that weigh less than 1,500 pounds. Heavier duty vehicles, such as 4x4 SUVs, can usually tow a heavier popup. If you are unable to tow, another option is to have the popup campered delivered to your campsite. The RVshare owner will bring it to the campground and set up for you, then tow it away after your trip is over.

Are there any special driving considerations or techniques I should know when towing a popup camper rental in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA?

When towing a popup camper rental, it's important to practice safe driving techniques and be aware of your surroundings. You may need to adjust your driving speed and distance from other vehicles to account for the additional weight and length. It's also important to make sure the camper rental is properly secured and level before hitting the road.

What kind of amenities can I expect in a popup camper rental, and how do they compare to other RV rentals in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA?

Popup camper rentals typically offer a range of amenities and features, including comfortable sleeping quarters, kitchen appliances and supplies, and on-board storage options. While they may be more compact than other RV rentals, they often offer a more affordable and flexible option for travelers who want to explore the outdoors.

Can I bring my bedding and linens to use in the popup camper rental, and what kind of storage options are available for these items?

Many RVshare owners will provide bedding and linens for the popup camper rental, but you can certainly bring your own if you prefer. There are typically storage compartments and cubbies located throughout the interior of the camper rental for storing personal items.

How do I properly level and stabilize a popup camper rental at my campsite or RV park, and what equipment or tools do I need for this?

Discuss your particular campsite with the RV owner to determine if leveling and stabilizing will be necessary. To properly level and stabilize a popup camper rental, you will need a few basic tools, including leveling blocks, wheel chocks, and a bubble level. The process will vary based on the specific model, but typically involves leveling the camper rental side-to-side using the leveling blocks and adjusting the front-to-back level using the tongue jack.

What weather conditions should I know when renting a popup camper in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA, and how can I prepare for them?

Depending on where you are renting the popup camper, you may need to prepare for a range of different weather conditions. It's important to check the forecast before heading out and be prepared with appropriate clothing and gear for any potential weather events. You should also take steps to protect the camper rental from high winds, rain, and other elements by properly securing it and using any available window covers or awnings.

Can I bring my outdoor equipment or appliances to use with the popup camper rental, such as a portable grill or camping chairs?

Yes, you can certainly bring your own outdoor equipment and appliances to use with the popup camper rental. However, be sure to check with the RVshare owner beforehand to make sure there is enough space to store your items and that they are safe to use with the camper rental.

What kind of maintenance or upkeep do I need to perform on the exterior and interior of a popup camper rental during my rental period?

The maintenance and upkeep required for a popup camper is handled by the RV owner. Handle the camper with care and return it in the condition you received it.

Are there any unique features or amenities available in popup camper rentals that may not be found in other RVs in Upper San Gabriel Valley, CA?

Popup camper rentals are light and easier to tow than most other towable trailers, making them easier to bring along on your trips, and typically meaning your own vehicle should be able to tow them.