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RV Rentals in Los Angeles: Our Top 10 Picks in 2021

Are you looking for the best RV rentals in Los Angeles to kick off an epic California road trip? We’ve got you covered! We know RVing throughout California is incredible because we’ve done it before. We cannot wait to get back there to revisit all the sights.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve rounded up the best RV rentals Los Angeles, CA has, courtesy of our go-to RV rental company, Outdoorsy. We’ve met the Outdoorsy team personally and know they’re the real deal. Their office is located in our backyard of Austin, TX.

You should be well taken care of as safety is a top priority with Outdoorsy. They provide industry-leading insurance options, 24/7 roadside assistance, and a dedicated support team.


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Our Top 10 RV Rental Picks in Los Angeles


If you’re looking for something easy to navigate and low-key, the following camper van rentals in Los Angeles might be the perfect choice for you.

Shadowfax, Lord of Vans

Campevan rental in los angeles

About this camper van:

  • Sleeps 2
  • Comes with solar panels
  • Features a queen sized bed, sink, stovetop, fridge, ceiling fan
  • There is plenty of cabinets and shelf space, and there’s extra storage under the bed

Here’s a view of the cozy interior.

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1984 Volkswagen Westfalia

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About this campervan:

  • Sleeps 4
  • With room for 4 and 2 beds this Westfalia is great to take to Joshua Tree , Big Bear and tons of other spots close to LA
  • comes stocked with Cooking and Dining Supplys as well as Blankets , Pillows and a sleeping bag
  • Updated Dometic fridge

Take a peek inside:

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Great Off-Road Adventure Van

Adventure Van rental Los Angeles, CA

About this van:

  • Sleeps 2
  • Offroad wheels for any terrain
  • Inside is spacious and clean with a comfy futon bed
  • Comes with amenities such as Camping Tent, Cooking Stove, Cooler, Umbrella
Adventure Van rental Los Angeles, CA

This could be you! 🙂


2019 Winnebago Revel Sprinter 4X4

About this RV rental:

  • Sleeps 2, but seats 4
  • Has a shower, toilet, kitchen (sink with induction cook top)
  • Solar panel system on roof

This van has a nice awning so you can enjoy more time outside.


2016 Roadtrek Agile

About this Class B rental:

  • Sleeps 2
  • Off the grid camping with solar panels
  • Is street legal

Take a peek inside:

If you want something bigger, these Class C motorhome rentals in Los Angeles will give you the space you need.


Fleetwood Ford Tioga 23ft

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About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Easy to drive RV
  • Because of its size, you can park it almost anywhere
  • Features a 32″ TV with a DVD player and other amenities

Take a peek inside.

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2019 Mercedes Winnebago 24J

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About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 5
  • This Mercedes Winnebago RV is the ultimate in luxury travel
  • Features a slide-out room, bed, bathroom with toilet, sink, and shower, microwave & convection oven, stovetop and so much more
  • Owners have created a step by step instruction manual with tons of pictures and even created instructional videos

Yes, it definitely looks like you could be treated to a bit of luxury on the road with this rental.

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2018 Dynamax Corp Isata

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About this motorhome rental:

  • Sleeps 6
  • A great size RV to take anywhere!
  • Pet-friendly
  • Several 5-star reviews from previous renters

This is where you can enjoy a few meals on the road:

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Here are a couple of Class A motorhome rentals in Los Angeles. These will give you plenty of room for your family and/or friends.

2012 Thor Motor Coach Hurricane

About this motorhome rental:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Features a queen bed, two bunk bed and a pullout couch with air mattress
  • Custom built mattresses for the queen and bunk beds for a restful sleep
  • Has solar panels and an extra set of house batteries for endless power while boondocked

Here’s the main living area:


2004 Itasca Sunrise

About this Class A RV rental:

  • Sleeps 4
  • Comfy bed with memory foam mattress
  • Comes with outdoor chairs, cook ware, bedding, fully stocked
  • Can sleep 6; 4 adults and 2 smaller (kids) in dinette if needed

Take a peek at the floorplan:

Things to Do When You RV to Los Angeles


We have traveled extensively by RV throughout much of California. And Los Angeles in particularly has been a stopping point during our RV travels as well as when we fly in direct to LAX. We have family in Los Angeles so we travel here as often as we can!

Here are a few things to do in Los Angeles:

1. Eat at Randy’s Donuts

Randy's Donuts Los Angeles

Not only is Randy’s Donuts a bakery and landmark building built in the 1950s, but it has also made numerous television and film appearances including Iron Man 2. Oh, and the donuts are tasty!

2. Hike to the Hollywood Sign

I mean, you could drive, but hiking is better.

3. Take a surfing lesson at Venice Beach

Surfing in Los Angeles

We lucked out because our nephew grew up in L.A. and surfs quite regularly. So our boys had private lessons from a family member.

You can take lessons from one of the top rated surf schools in Venice Beach starting around $149 per session.

4. Check out the Venice Beach skate park

venice beach skate park

We had a blast standing around at the Venice Beach skate park and watching everyone. If you have someone who enjoys skateboarding in your family, bring a board and let them skate in one of the most famous skate parks around.

Side note: It can be a little intimidating because there is always a lot of people there both skating and observing.

5. Hang out with celebrities

wax museum
Image credit: Julie Bonner

Ryan Reynolds and I had the chance to hang out for a while in L.A.

Sure, it was his wax figure from Madame Tussaud’s but you can tell from the picture above we both had fun. 😉 

Reportedly celebrities have been known to stand and act like a wax figure, only to come alive and scare visitors. Maybe you’ll get lucky on your visit. (Or unlucky, however you want to look at it.)

6. Visit Universal Studios

We haven’t been to the one in California, but the one in Florida was absolutely amazing! 

7. Visit the Griffith Observatory

This observatory is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles and offers planetarium, exhibits, public telescopes, cafe, bookstore, and the best views of the Los Angeles basin. Admission is free.

8. Shop at The Grove

The Grove features shops, restaurants and maybe even a star sighting or two.

9. Catch an Event at the Staples Center

There’s always something going on at the Staples Center, including sporting events and concerts.

10. Visit Griffith Park

This is the largest municipal park and urban wilderness area in the United States, covering more than 4,107 acres of natural terrain. Plan to spend the whole day here visiting the Griffith Observatory, The Gene Autry Western Museum and doing tons of hiking and walking adventures.


We hope you have an amazing RV vacation in Los Angeles, California!

Are you looking to explore more fantastic RV destinations? Check out the following RV rentals and tips on what to do once you get there.

We’ve RV’d from coast to coast and love sharing where we explored and what we did while there.

Other Great Destinations for RV Travel


Here is a list of quick links to RV rental picks in other amazing destinations across the U.S.

RV Rentals Los Angeles. CA

Images of rental vans courtesy of Outdoorsy.

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