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The city of Santa Clarita lies just 40 minutes northwest of downtown Los Angeles and is the perfect getaway from the country’s second-largest city. If you’re renting an RV in Santa Clarita, you won’t have to worry about traffic or smog, instead just enjoy the area’s two theme parks, stunningly beautiful canyons, and great shopping experiences.


Santa Clarita is close enough to Los Angeles that you can easily make a day trip there, but far enough away you won’t feel like you’re staying in the big city. The city of Santa Clarita and the surrounding valley operate their own public transportation system but have connections to the Los Angeles bus system too. A much quicker alternative in LA, though, is to take the Metrolink Commuter Rail, which will have you downtown in about an hour.


RV Parks in Santa Clarita


Renting an RV in Santa Clarita, California is a pretty painless experience. There are not that many RV parks in the area, but the ones that are there provide excellent service. Valencia Travel Village has two heated pools and a spa and is just a couple of miles to the northwest of the downtown area. Castaic Lake RV Park is about ten miles to the north, and right off of I-5. It’s conveniently located close to a Pilot Travel Center which offers fuel and dump facilities. Rivers End RV Park is about 14 miles east of town on the banks of the Santa Clara River. It’s primarily a monthly rental park, but if you’re interested in staying in the area for awhile and appreciate the peace and quiet of a mountain setting, you might really like Rivers End.


If you’d like to stay close to Los Angeles, Walnut Ridge RV Park in Northridge is actually in the middle of an urban area. The Walnut Grove Shopping Center, along with a Costco is just steps away and public transportation is easily accessible.


Santa Clarita has three Walmarts, located on the northern, southern, and eastern edges of town, which is very convenient for picking up supplies, no matter which park you’re staying at.


Exploring the City of Santa Clarita


If you’re a shopaholic, you’ll surely need to take a trip to Westfield Valencia Town Center. The outdoor shopping mall features stores like Banana Republic, Swarovski, Williams-Sonoma, and Micheal Kors along with an impressive food selection with the likes of Bonefish Grill, Cheesecake Factory, and Johnny Rockets.


Santa Clarita also has not one, but two Six Flags Theme Parks: Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor. The former has 19 roller coasters, the world record for a single park, including the Colossus wooden coaster. It also has a flume ride, a rifting rafting ride, and a massive carousel. Hurricane Harbor is a dedicated waterpark with a wave pool, lazy river ride, and plenty of waterslides.


If you or anyone in your family is an animal lover, you’ll definitely want to visit the Gibbon Conservation Center, a few miles to the northeast of town. It’s home to the largest gibbon population in North America and is one of the best places to see these fascinating primates; tours are given on Saturday and Sunday morning.


For the beer connoisseur, there are fantastic breweries on hand that serve some excellent suds and are great examples of how California is leading the way in America’s craft brewing revolution. If you’re more of a wine fan, you’ll find a winery smack dab in the middle of the downtown area that offers regular tastings.


Things to Do Outside Near Santa Clarita


One of the most popular parks in the Santa Clarita area is probably Castaic Lake State Park. Anglers will be pleased to know that the V-shaped reservoir is stocked with bass, catfish, and trout and boat rentals are available. During the summer, swimming is permitted and lifeguards will be on duty.


Another popular place to spend some time outdoors is Santa Clarita Woodlands Park, just a couple miles to the southwest of town. The park and surrounding area are crisscrossed by several canyons, making it a popular day hiking destination.


17 miles to the northeast of Santa Clarita are the Vasquez Rocks. The striking formations are a result of uplift from the nearby San Andreas Fault and have been a popular place for shooting movies like The Flintstones, Blazing Saddles, and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.


Three hours north of Santa Clarita is Sequoia National Park, home to some of the largest trees in North America. The forests have a nearly endless number of great hiking trails and plenty of sites with hookups for parking your RV rental from Santa Clarita. To avoid the crowds during the summer, consider visiting the adjacent Kings Canyon National Park, which sees far fewer visitors. It’s equal in beauty, just with fewer services and camping facilities.

RV Rentals in Santa Clarita, CA

Santa Clarita, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Santa Clarita. Outdoorsy's Santa Clarita RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Santa Clarita are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Lake Poway Park, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Limestone Canyon Regional Park, Eaton Canyon Park, and Angeles National Forest.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
East Fork Trail (Bridge to Nowhere) Azusa California
Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop Sierra Madre California
Dawn Mine Trail Loop Altadena California
Black Star Canyon Trail Silverado California
Mt. San Antonio & Mt. Baldy Notch Trail Mt Baldy California
Sturtevant Falls Trail Sierra Madre California
Eaton Canyon Trail Pasadena California
Temescal Canyon Trail Pacific Palisades California
Etiwanda Falls Trail Rancho Cucamonga California
Runyon Canyon Trail Los Angeles California

Nearby Dumpstations

Premium RV Inc

600 South Palm Street La Habra, CA 90631
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Lebec, CA 93243
Northbound, 38 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, RV Dump, Pets, Handicap (R)

Northwest Mfg RV Service

21203 South Figueroa Carson, CA 90745
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

C & G Trailer Service

9241 Sonrisa Street Bellflower, CA 90706
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (D) (SR)

Benlo RV - Irwindale

15633 Arrow Highway Irwindale, CA 91706
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR)

Cues RV Sales

10735 Garvey Ave El Monte, CA 91731
(D)

All Valley RV Center

1525 Sierra Hwy Acton, CA 93510
General Repair, Parts Sales, Jayco, Certified Techs, Dump($10) (SR) (D)

Advanced Generator Service

718 N Loren Ave. 1 Azusa, CA 91702
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR)

Metro RV Inc. of Southern California

160 West Olive Avenue Burbank, CA 91502
Parts Sales, Parts Installation, General Repair, dump($10), Workhorse (SR)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Lebec, CA 93243
Southbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, RV Dump (free, rinse water), Pets, Handicap (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Museum of Jurassic Technology

attraction Culver City, CA
An eccentric cabinet of wonders, the museum offers hands on exhibitions which explore natural history, the history of science, the dogs of the USSR space missions, and so many more oddities.

Evergreen RV Park

campground Camarillo, CA
Evergreen RV Park in Oxnard, California just outside of Camarillo, California is a great place to spend some time along the coast. The park has 94 full hookup spaces that include water, sewer, and electric. The wide paved streets provide for carefree maneuvering around the park and ease when pulling into a space. There are many amenities for occupants at the park including a quiet reading room, a lounge with a fireplace, and a wall mounted TV. In addition, there is a small library, a laundry room, and a soda machine. The restrooms and hot showers are clean and safe for all tenants. The rental agreements are made for short-term or long term stays at the facilities. Excellent restaurants, a mall, and boutique shopping are within walking distance. In addition, there are spectacular beaches close to the park including those in Oxnard and Ventura. Other excursions nearby include diving, biking, boating, golfing, wine tasting, and whale watching.

Malibu Beach RV Park

campground Malibu, CA
Live like a rock or movie star in your RV rental at Malibu Beach RV Park. Book a ocean view site and back up to a cliff with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Relax and unwind in this unpretentious location a short jaunt (across PCH so be careful) from the beach.

Gage Bowl

attraction Huntington Park, CA
If you find yourself in Huntington Park, just south of downtown Los Angeles, and are looking for something fun to do, then why not head down to Gage Bowl on Gage Avenue. This bowling alley is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and hosts bowling leagues and tournaments, as well as being a venue for children?s birthday parties. Gage Bowl also hosts lots of special events during the week, so it is a good idea to check ahead of your visit and see what is on. Bowling can be a fun way to while away a couple of hours when you want a change from outdoor activities, you have simply had enough sun, or the weather is bad. It is also good because all the family can play together, it tends to be just as much of a challenge for everyone, and you do, of course, all get to wear matching bowling shoes.

Valencia Travel Village

campground Castaic, CA
You know it?s vacation time when those big rigs start rolling into town and at Valencia Travel Village, these big rigs are more than welcome. Situated on prime land near Valencia, Calfornia, the Valencia Travel Village can easily service the visitors and locals of Santa Clarita as well, thanks to the close proximity. The Village offers some pretty neat features, such as two heated pools, a spa, kiddie pool, and a playground. This is the ideal location for the whole family, as it also happens to be located near golf courses and retail stores as well. Those who wish to visit all the major attractions Los Angeles has to offer are in for a treat as Hollywood is just a short distance away. The Village features comfortable amenities for RV campers, who can pick between full hookup or partial hookup sites. There is also plenty of storage, a BBQ area, and a fire pit.

Culver City Park

attraction Culver City, CA
Culver City Park is an urban oasis of 41.55 acres located in the Jefferson, you'll have access to recreational huts, picnic areas, softball fields, soccer fields, barbeque areas, skateboard park, nature trails and so much more. Come here after enjoying a day of hectic touring.

Dockweiler RV Park

campground Huntington Park, CA
If driving your RV as close to the beach as possible is your idea of the perfect vacation, then Dockweiler RV Park in Playa Del Ray, California may well appeal. This park is right up by the beach, and is also within easy reach of Huntington Park and the city, giving you the best of both worlds when you park up here. It has water, sewer and electric, as well as showers and restrooms, which can be useful when you are in and out of the ocean all day long. The park has space for around 100 units, but during the summer it can get busy with arrivals and departures, so it is a good idea to check ahead and discuss the best time to arrive. Pets are welcome, and, when you want a change from days spent swimming, surfing, or doing water sports, you can head into the city, or out onto the Marvin Braude Bicycle Trail, which is just a short distance from the park.

Pico Rivera Historical Museum

attraction Pico Rivera, CA
The City of Pico Rivera is a close knit community of over 63,000 residents. Within the City limits, there are plenty of things to do for both residents and visitors alike. If shopping is something that you like to do, look no further than the City of Pico Rivera. If local history is something that interests you, then you should pay a visit to The Pico Rivera Historical Museum. The Museum offers visitors a look at Pico Rivera's colorful past through its collection of photographs, documents and historical objects.The museum is housed in what used to be a train depot built around 1887, one of only a few original depot buildings remaining in the country. Operated by volunteers of the Pico Rivera History and Heritage Society, the museum is open Tuesday, Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group and school tours are welcome and may be arranged by appointment.

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