Motorhome Rental in San Diego, California
San Diego is a favourite not only of retirees, surfers, water babies and families of the US Navy, but also of San Diego RV rental campers who are looking for a more relaxed atmosphere after coming down from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. For others who fly into San Diego International Airport first, picking up a motorhome rental in San Diego is the most convenient way to enjoy SoCal (southern California) since the urban area sprawls from the coast to the fringes of the desert to the east.
USA San Diego motorhome rental companies Cruise America RV Rental, Compass Campers and Monte RV Rentals operate out of the vicinity of San Diego International airport and along I-5, where you can pick up your unit after booking it online, to obtain the best deals on San Diego RV rentals, motorhome hire and San Diego campervan hire to explore California by RV rental. You can snag the best deals during the “May gray” or “June gloom” season, but anytime is the best time to rent a motorhome in San Diego as cloudy skies often yield to sunny days five miles inland.
Motorhome Rentals in San Diego
Beaches, Boutiques and Balboa Park
Due to its location, San Diego boasts of impressive beaches that are both ideal for swimming and surfing and even clothing-optional beach bumming. The Point Loma-Ocean Beach area offers not only convenient camping sites for your RV rental in San Diego, but also stunning views of the city skyline and the Pacific coast. If you want to camp on your RV inland, there are also plenty other parks that parallel I-5.
If you want to combine shopping with general beach-going, the Mission and Pacific Beaches immediately north offers a well-deserved retail therapy plus some thumping nightlife and incredible bar and restaurant scene. The upwardly mobile of San Diego live in La Jolla for its scenic coastlines, secret coves, and breathtaking cliffs (and the aforementioned clothing optional beaches) without being too far away from swanky shops, restaurants and cafes.
Balboa Park is un-missable, if only by its sheer immensity. At 1,200 acres, the park is home to dozens of city museums, gardens and amusement rides, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
Heritage and Hops on RV Rentals in San Diego
Two miles south and situated along the bay is the downtown area brimming with attractions you can get to on a discount using the Go San Diego Card. The card gets you on an express lane and admits you free of charge to all Balboa Park museums, and Legoland and SeaWorld in downtown, among others.
The Spanish missions in San Diego gave birth to California as a state, and you can drive your San Diego campervan rental to Old Town to see their legacy in well-preserved mission-era buildings and icons.
For a taste of modern San Diego California, Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown and Pacific Beach are famous for bars and restaurants serving the products of the city’s respectable and growing community of craft breweries. You would want, of course, to drink moderately, if you plan to go north to Los Angeles, or make a day-trip border crossing to Tijuana, Mexico.