RV Rentals Ventura, California

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Airstream RV Sport 16RB

Airstream RV Sport 16RB

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 4
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9.6 miles from Ventura, CA
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Forest River RV T2490

Forest River RV T2490

2020 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
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18.1 miles from Ventura, CA
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Thor Motor Coach Chateau 22B

Thor Motor Coach Chateau 22B

2018 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 5
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90.4 miles from Ventura, CA
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Coachmen RV Galleria 24FL

Coachmen RV Galleria 24FL

2021 / Class B Camping Van
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Sleeps 2
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7.4 miles from Ventura, CA
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Winnebago Ford E450

Winnebago Ford E450

2016 / Class C Motor Home
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Sleeps 5
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17.0 miles from Ventura, CA
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Popular RV Rentals Near Ventura, California, for Any Budget

Snag a luxurious home on wheels in order to explore beautiful Ventura, California, and the surrounding area. On average, you can expect to pay around $185 per night for a Class A motorhome, $149 per night for a Class B, and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs start at $70 per night for a fifth wheel, $60 per night for a towable travel trailer, and $65 per night for a popup trailer.

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Ventura, California, No Matter the Duration 

Los Angeles is less than 60 minutes south of Ventura, where you can spend several days or weeks exploring star-studded Hollywood, play some beach volleyball on Venice Beach, or go fishing off the Santa Monica Pier. The City of Angels is also a fantastic jumping-off point for some iconic road trips to other California locations, such as Sacramento or Joshua Tree, or trips from LA to exiting cities like Las Vegas or New York City.

San Luis Obispo, or SLO as the locals call it, is just a short but scenic drive up the California coastline, where you can do some world-class antiquing, visit a number of historic sites, or take a walk down the uniquely weird bubblegum alley. 

Malibu is just a short drive down the spectacular Pacific Coast Highway, which offers stunning panoramic views. Once in Malibu, you can explore world-class beaches or the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.

Explore Ventura, California, in an RVshare RV Rental

Like much of coastal California, archaeological evidence suggests that humans have inhabited this region for at least 10,000-12,000 years, most notably by the Chumash people, who were known for their keen oceanic navigational skills and their use of abundant local resources. Shisholop Village, designated Historic Point of Interest #18 by the city of Ventura, lies at the lower end of Figueroa Street and was the site of an early Chumash village.

In 1769, the first recorded European visitors reached the inland areas of California on the Spanish Portolà expedition, and in 1782, Junípero Serra, the first leader of the Franciscans in California, founded Mission San Buenaventura as his ninth and last mission. It was established near the Chumash village as part of Spain's colonization of Alta California. The first mission burned in 1801 and was replaced by a brick and stone building, which was completed in 1809. An earthquake in 1812, however, destroyed the bell tower and facade of the new building, which was then rebuilt and still stands to this day. It is generally included in historic tours of downtown.

In 1848, California became a U.S. territory and a state in 1850. The Ventura Pier, built in 1872, was the longest wooden pier in California. It was largely destroyed by a storm in 1995, but it was subsequently rebuilt. In the early 1880s, Ventura had a flourishing Chinese settlement, largely centered in the area just across Main Street from the Mission San Buenaventura. In the 1920s, the development of oil fields, the building of better roads to Los Angeles, and the lowered cost of cars enabled a major real estate boom in the area. Today, Ventura is a thriving city of its own that is a haven for tourists and has its own distinct culture. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities 

Oxnard, California - Located just a few miles down Highway 1, Oxnard is a major agricultural center and a great place to pick up fresh fruit and vegetables. 

  • 20+ Restaurants
  • 20+ Gas Stations
  • 1 Rest Areas
  • 1 Campground
  • 2 Nearby National Forests
  • 4 Nearby State Parks
  • 2 Nearby RV Parks
  • 5 Dump Stations within 20 miles

Santa Barbara, California - Located just a short 30-minute drive up the coast on scenic Highway 101, Santa Barbara is a quaint coastal town filled with Victorian-era charm. 

  • 30+ Restaurants
  • 18 Gas Stations
  • 3 Rest Areas
  • 20+ Campgrounds
  • 1 Nearby National Forests
  • 4 Nearby State Parks
  • 3 Nearby RV Parks
  • 3 Dump Stations within 20 miles

Best National Parks Near Ventura, California

Located just off Ventura's coast, Channel Islands National Park covers five of the area’s eight channel islands, offering a total of around 250,000 acres of terrain to explore. While you are there, you can learn about the indigenous history of the islands or enjoy a number of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, bird-watching, and exploring other sea life. 

A short trip further inland will take you to Sequoia National Park where you can explore forests full of some of the world’s largest trees perched high atop the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains. Although hiking is the park's most popular activity, you can also ski, snowshoe, rock climb, or explore the park on horseback. 

Located right next to Sequoia National Park is Kings Canyon National Park, where you can visit the General Grant Tree, which was proclaimed by President Calvin Coolidge to be “The Nation’s Christmas Tree.”

Popular State Parks Near Ventura, California

Located right in Ventura, Emma Wood State Beach was named after Emma Grubb Wood, a local sheep rancher who found rich reserves of oil beneath her property. The park is now a popular destination for fishing, swimming, hiking, and surfing. 

If you head about 15 miles up the coast towards Santa Barbara, you can visit Carpinteria State Park, where you can pick up shells and snails from the shallow tide pools that line the shores of this park or go whale watching in the winter. 

A short trip south will take you to Point Mugu State Park where in just a single day you can walk on a sandy beach beneath rocky cliffs, hike through the shade of a river canyon, or wander across a valley nestled deep in the Santa Monica Mountains.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Ventura, California

Ventura lies in the heart of an area steeped in history. While you are in the area, you will want to check out the George Washington Faulkner House, located just up Highway 126 in Santa Paula. The Queen Anne-style house was built in 1894 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In Ventura, you can visit the Santa Gertrudis Asistencia, or Santa Gertrudis Chapel, which was a "sub-mission" to the Mission San Buenaventura. Although the original location was buried in 1968 by the construction of California State Route 33, prior to demolition, archaeologists excavated the site and moved a number of foundation stones to create the Santa Gertrudis Asistencia Monument.

Upcoming Events Near Ventura, California

  • Ventura Harbor Parade of Lights: Held each December, this parade which features beautifully decorated and lit-up boats, is a regional favorite. 
  • Ventura County Fair: One of the largest county fairs in the region, the Ventura County Fair is held each year in August and draws thousands of visitors. 
  • Casa Pacifica Wine, Food & Brew Fest: Held every June in nearby Camarillo, this festival is a local favorite and explores the best food and beverages that south-central California has to offer. 

Popular POI Activities Near Ventura, California

  • Lake Casitas Loop: Intermediate to experienced riders can rent a bike or take their own on this popular loop, which begins in Ventura and heads through Ventura Canyon before looping around the north shore of Lake Casitas and ending in a steep climb up over Casitas Pass followed by a swooping 2,000-foot descent to the ocean.
  • Ventura’s beachfront promenade: Those who prefer to keep it simple can rent a bike or e-bike and take a self-guided mural tour of Ventura’s street murals. 
  • Grant Park: An easy hike in this park located high above Ventura will take you to one of the finest panoramic seascape sunset views in the world, overlooking toy-sized town buildings spread beneath you and Anacapa and Santa Cruz Islands on the horizon.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

As a popular tourist destination, there are a number of RV parks and campgrounds to choose from in Ventura County. If you prefer a more central location with easy access to Los Angeles and local conveniences, you might enjoy a stay at the Evergreen RV Park. If you prefer a smaller, more quiet park, you might enjoy the Mountain View RV Park in nearby Santa Paula. 

For those who want to be right on the beach and enjoy stunning panoramic views and scenic vistas, you might enjoy a stay at the Ventura Beach RV Resort. Located right across the street from the Ventura County Fairgrounds, you can walk to both the Ventura River and the Pacific Ocean from this resort. When you've finished soaking up the sun for the day or doing other outdoor activities, you can relax in this resort's spacious clubhouse. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Ventura, California

If you're going to be traveling around California, you can check out our list of dump stations in California. For those staying locally, however, you can also find dump stations at McGrath State Beach in Oxnard, Bill's RV in Ventura, and Steckel Park in Santa Paula. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Ventura, California

You won't find any shortage of places to store your RV in Ventura. For both indoor and outdoor options, you might try Saticoy Self Storage, which is a large facility that offers safe, clean, and secure storage for RVs of all sizes. 

For more full-service options, you might try Coast Self Storage, which offers wash stations with vacuums, air compressors for tires, and an on-site dump station. 

Another great option is California Classic Storage, which is a giant family-owned business, conveniently located in eastern Ventura.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Ventura, CA

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Ventura?

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 Ventura, 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 Ventura?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Ventura 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 Ventura?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Ventura, CA

National Parks Near Ventura, CA

State Parks Near Ventura, CA

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Ventura, CA

Road Trips Starting from Ventura, CA

RV Storage Near Ventura, CA
If you love RVing, consider planning a road trip through Ventura, CA. Ventura has mild weather. With access to the Pacific coastline and Santa Clara River valley, it’s one of the top camping destinations in California. There are also plenty of Ventura RV self storage options. These facilities can accommodate people with short-term or long-term storage needs. Here are some of the top options for RV storage in Ventura. They are in no particular order, and each facility has something impressive to offer.
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