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If you’re thinking of a trip in a Cruise America rental RV, California stands out as a great place to rent one. The only concern is that there is just no way to cover the entire state in one trip! California is a very large state with an even larger number of things to do and see in your California rental RV. From the “City of Angels” to the Golden Gate Bridge, California offers up some of the richest exploration in the world. Here is one of many lists of the top-twenty things to see and do while maneuvering your Cruise America RV rental; California style.

RV Rental California – No Matter Which Way You Drive, You Will Find Fun

  • Take in the gorgeous scenery as you drive your rental motorhome along the 101 north of San Francisco

  • Enjoy the most amazing views in Yosemite National Park, and all that it has to offer

  • Travel to Lassen Volcanic National Park to gaze upon the world’s largest plug dome volcano

  • Make your way to Long Beach to see the famous RMS Queen Mary. Take the tour, and you may be lucky enough to see a ghost!

  • Drive down highway 1 in your rental RV to see the dynamic duo of the Hearst Castle and the San Simeon beach. Don’t miss the sea elephants!

  • Head to the California State Capitol Museum with an RV rental in Sacramento and tour the state capitol building.

  • Go to the Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park in Buena Park, which has been slated as one of the funnest theme parks in the country.

  • Napa Valley and the Vineyards provide a great place to uncork your imagination and take in the tours. Maybe even crush a few grapes!

  • Stroll through the Paul Getty Museum, where you’ll find massive displays of artwork and thought-provoking exhibits

  • Visit the largest freshwater lake of the Sierras, Lake Tahoe. There are great ski resorts nearby, depending on the season you visit

  • Become a kid again at Six Flags Magic Mountain, located in Santa Clarita. Amongst other thrills, you will find CraZanity—the world’s tallest pendulum ride

  • If you’re feeling like you’re in a sub-surface mood, Sea World is a great place to visit. Oh, and there’s RV camping for your rental motorhome just across the street from the park.

  • If you’re an animal lover, you mustn’t skip the RV rental in San Diego on your way to the Zoo. The critters are practically countless, and you get an up-close view of so many species

  • Death Valley National Park and Mt. Whitney Visit the lowest and highest spots of intercontinental North America

  • Visit the Redwood National Forest and feel how peaceful it is to feel so small

  • Take a stroll through the ever-so-popular CityWalk at Universal Studios Hollywood, and visit the theme park, where you get an insider’s view of how your favorite movies are made

  • For the true feel of the “City by the Bay,” ride the trolley and take a city tour of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, and don’t miss out on the great seafood by the bay

  • Come see the “Happiest Place on Earth” by stepping into the imagination of Walt Disney’s Disneyland Resort. Everywhere you look, you will see his life’s dream coming true. Grab an RV rental in Oakland to see why this city was part of Walt's inspiration

  • Labeled one of the cleanest, wealthiest places in the world, Newport Beach will not disappoint you. Visit over the Christmas season and see the brightly lit annual boat parade

  • Tour the gardens and art exhibits of the Huntington Library and Gardens in Pasadena

Bear in mind that this list doesn’t scratch the surface of the many things to do and places to go in your rental motorhome. Consider an RV rental in Orange County, an RV rental in Alameda, an RV rental in San Mateo, an RV rental in Los Angeles, or an RV rental in Ventura if you're wanting to cover the most ground in California.

Remember that when you go to Cruise America for an RV rental, California is one of those states that requires no particular direction to find something fun and exciting to do. The best list to go by is the one that you create yourself.