Four Locations near Los Angeles to Visit in an RV

Ready to get away from the hectic life in Los Angeles for a few days? Whether you own an RV yourself or like to rent them, you’re likely spending a lot of time thinking about the great places you could visit in your home on wheels.

California has some of the world’s most beautiful outdoor locations, which makes living in Los Angeles great for those that like to spend some vacation time in an RV. It also has some of the most beautiful roads in the country which can really make the traveling experience a delight.

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Which places should you visit in your RV?

Tahoe National Forest

Tahoe National Forest is not only beautiful but also immense. There are over twenty campgrounds that you could plant your motorhome down in. The breathtaking vistas in the more than one hundred and fifty thousand acres feature some excellent areas to do your favourite outdoor activities.

You’ll find beautiful hiking trails, beaches on the lakefront where you can fish or take out your boat, or you could simply take a walk through the wilderness and observe the wildlife.

Tahoe National Forest

This is truly one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit, and definitely one of the best places to take a motorhome.

Redwood National Park

Easily one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world, Redwood National Park features the famous and absolutely gargantuan redwood trees. Many of these trees are thousands of years old. Some of the tallest trees in the world are located in this park. Many of them reach hundreds of feet high.

The trees are so wide that one has even been carved out with a road travelling through it.

Hart Trail in Kings Canyon National Park

The state parks in this area do have campsites that you can drive right into, making this a fantastic and utterly impressive location for motorhome campers.

You won’t regret a trip to this incredible and humbling location.

Sequoia National Forest

Also famous for its extremely tall trees, Sequoia National Forest is located in the southern portion of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.

The park itself is very large and diverse. It ranges in elevation from a maximum height of around twelve thousand feet, which is where trees stop growing, down to the lowest valley at around one thousand feet. This national forest is giant, covering over one million acres of land.

Big Trees Trail in Sequoia National Park

There are a handful of beautiful campgrounds in Sequoia National Forest that you can take an RV into.

Of course, you’ll be able to go on hikes with some of the most awe-inspiring views you’re likely to see in this country.

Yosemite National Park

Home of some of the world’s most majestic waterfalls, cliff sides, and wildlife, Yosemite National Park is one location you absolutely need to visit at some point.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in North America and the world. The group of three waterfalls has a total height of two thousand four hundred feet. If you want to see this incredible site, you’ll need to visit around May or June when the melting of the snow is happening most rapidly.

If you want to rent an RV to take to one of these incredible locations, Apollo Motorhome Rental in Los Angeles can help.