List of Los Angeles RV Rental Companies
Below you will find the most up-to-date list of RV rental companies based in L.A. If you don't know a brand or location you want to rent from, then scroll down to the map at the bottom and choose that way.
About Los Angeles and RV Rental
Los Angeles is one of the main jumping on and off points for RV rental in the USA. With an amazing array of places to visit and road trips to do to the north (San Francisco, Seattle, Canada) east (Las Vegas, Grand Canyon,) and south (San Diego, Mexico) as well as one of the world's busiest airports in Los Angeles Airport (LAX), it is no wonder that this city has more RV rental companies than any other in the USA.
It also acts as one of the central hub cities in the RV rental "Golden Triangle" of road-trippers that want to go between LA, Las Vegas, and San Francisco.
Of course, if you want to just head east, don't forget the world famous Route 66 ends all the way across the country in Chicago. What a ride!
Check out the best list of Los Angeles RV rental and campervan hire agencies including Los Angeles Airport LAX. Compare prices, read reviews, book now, there are plenty to choose from...
Best RV Rental Season in Los Angeles
Traveling to Los Angeles with an RV is a sound choice for those wanting to explore the sprawling metropolis at their own pace. Characterized by Mediterranean climate―hot summers and wet winters―the weather in this southern California’ city is still pleasant year round. But if you want to experience a more moderate weather and lesser crowds, rent an RV from September to November. During these months, you can hop from one outdoor attraction to the other or stay comfortably inside your RV.
Must-visit spots when you rent an RV in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is loaded with attractions waiting to be explored. Never miss some of its picturesque landscapes like Joshua National Park, Temecula Valley, Big Bear Lake, Laguna Beach, and Santa Monica. Aside from these scenic landscapes, there’s no shortage of spectacular spots in the city, which includes the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios Hollywood, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Disneyland Resort, Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory, and the Getty Center.
Must-try Food in Los Angeles
An RV vacation in Los Angeles wouldn’t be complete without relishing some of its iconic food. Make sure to savor the gourmet burger by Father’s Office, the chicken parmesan by Dan Tana, the omelet by Petit Trois, the bone marrow pie by Chi Spacca, and the pastrami sandwich by Langer’s Delicatessen. If you want a variety of mouth-watering options at decent prices, head on to Grand Central Market and suit yourself according to your taste buds.