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10 Awesome RV Rentals in San Diego

Looking for the best RV rentals in San Diego, CA? We’ve got you covered!

San Diego is one of the most beautiful and fun places to go on an RV vacation. From the perfect weather and abundance of things to do, not to mention the stunning beaches, what’s not to love?!

Whether you’re wanting to try before you buy when it comes to RVing or your family wants the road trip of a lifetime, the following RV rentals in San Diego will help you explore this amazing area in a unique and memorable way.

After you check out the following RV rentals, keep reading for things to do once you arrive in San Diego! From sea kayaking and renting surfboards to where to get great pizza, we’ve got the tips for you.

10 RV Rentals in San Diego Worth Checking Out

One question you might have is who to rent an RV from? Our company of choice is Outdoorsy. Why? Because we’ve met the Outdoorsy team personally and know they’re the real deal.

You’ll be well taken care of, as they put safety as their top priority. They provide industry-leading insurance protection, 24/7 roadside assistance, a dedicated support team and more.

If you’re looking for something easy to navigate and low-key, the following Campervan rentals in San Diego might be the perfect choice for you.

1.2018 Mercedes Benz Sprinter 

AKA The Sand Shark – Adventure Wagon

About this Campervan:

  • Seats 5 – Sleeps 4 ppl and up to 6 if you recline the front swivel seats.
  • Has power everything
  • Plenty of storage for your camping gear and weekend fun
  • Features an Adventure Wagon Moab Bed ( moves up and down for storage ) that can be removed upon request
  • Roof Rack with ladder

This could be your set up:

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2. 1987 Volkswagen Westfalia

About this campervan:

  • Sleeps 4
  • Very clean
  • Runs great
  • Has a pop top so you have 2 sleeping areas
  • Gas stove
  • Many extras

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3. 1976 Volkswagen T2 Westfalia

About this campervan:

  • Sleeps 3
  • Classic VW pop-top that fits into a normal parking space
  • Small grill provided
  • Ice storage and a small cooler

Look at this beauty:

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

4. 2018 Winnebago Spirit

About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Brand new and in excellent condition
  • Many things are included in this rental such as Linens, Pillows, Bath Towels, Hand Towels, and Wash Cloths, all for 6 people
  • This RV is ready for you and your family to create memories that will last a lifetime!

Take a peek inside:

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5. 2009 Itasca Navion Motorhome

About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 5
  • Features an expandable awning, pop-out side, and a full kitchen with a mid-sized fridge and freezer
  • It comes with full linens, toaster, coffee maker, cookware, flatware, dish network antenna, DVD player, and an outdoor grill

Take a peek inside.

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6. 2018 Thor Motor Coach Four Winds

About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 4
  • Well equipped with dishes, flatware, cookware, linens, blankets, and towels
  • Comes with zero-gravity lawn loungers

Here’s a look at the floor plan:

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7. 2019 Winnebago Outlook 25J

About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Put this 2019 Winnebago Outlook on cruise control and let it take you to the beach, mountains, desert or all three in the same day!
  • Be sure to check out all of the great five-star reviews

Here’s a look at the floorplan:

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8. 2017 Thor Motor Coach Chateau

About this motorhome:

  • Sleeps 8
  • This is not some big company where you’re just another renter, your safety, fun and convenience are paramount!
  • On-board generator
  • Easy to drive

Take a peek at the floorplan:

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9. Roadtrek SS Agile

About this Class B RV:

  • Sleeps 3
  • Parks almost anywhere and gets great fuel economy
  • Easy to drive

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If a travel trailer rental in San Diego is more your style, they’ve got those too! Check out this retro one.

10. 2017 Riverside RV Retro

About this travel trailer:

  • Sleeps 6
  • Comes with queen bed in its own room, 2 bunk beds, and dining table converts to a bed
  • Features a great dining room table slide out to make the living space much bigger

Take a peek inside:

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Things to do in San Diego, California

We’ve RV’d extensively in California and San Diego is so far one of our favorite places to vacation. While we were there, we had near perfect weather! We went surfing, paddleboarding, on a boat tour and more.

Here are a few things to do in San Diego:

1. Visit the San Diego Zoo

We had heard this was one of the best zoos in the world and we would have to agree. It’s perfect for all ages, features a tram you can ride to get an aerial view of the zoo and is so big, one day might not be enough.

The zoo is sectioned off into different areas like the Australian Outback, Africa Rocks and Northern Frontier. 

2. Visit the San Diego Safari Park

If I had to choose one over the other, the San Diego Safari Park would win over the zoo. Why? Because it’s designed so well and the animals have tons of room to roam. Their environments are created to be as close to what their reality would be like in the wild. It’s a very unique experience, to say the least.

We were staying with friends in San Diego who live near the Safari Park and at one point we could hear the lions roaring from their backyard. Talk about an amazing experience!

3. Visit Little Italy

Little Italy in San Diego is a fun place to visit. It’s a pedestrian-friendly area with plenty of pubs, restaurants, cocktail bars and music. There’s also the Little Italy Mercato Farmers’ Market which features produce, gourmet food and craft stalls.

We stopped at NaPizza for a bite to eat and it was some of the best pizza we’ve ever had.

4. La Jolla Cove Kayaking

If you enjoy outdoor adventures, we highly recommend going kayaking in La Jolla. 

We went with Everyday California to explore the La Jolla Sea Caves and it was a trip we’ll never forget. The guides hop out of their kayaks in the water and swim you over into the sea cave. The water is so incredibly clear, giving you a top-notch view of some amazing fish.

We wrote an in-depth post about everything you need to know for going on this kayaking trip here.

5. Go on a Tour of the Bay with Hornblower Cruises

We went on a two-hour boat cruise with Hornblower and saw sea lions up close and personal, plus were given a great tour of the San Diego Bay and its 50 landmarks. 

The tour was educational, fun, relaxing and one we would definitely do again.

6. Tour the USS Midway

After a Hornblower cruise, hop off and tour the USS Midway. 

The USS Midway was an aircraft carrier of the United States Navy, the lead ship of her class. She was commissioned at the end of World War II and operated for 47 years. She was decommissioned in 1992 and now sits in the San Diego harbor.

We spent three hours touring the ship and still didn’t see it all.

The ticket you purchase is good for an entire day, so if you’d like to break up your tour with some lunch, you can leave and come back. Just stop by the visitor’s center before you go back in to show them your ticket.

7. Rent Surfboards

Do you want to try your hand at surfing? If so, you can rent boards and wet suits with South Pacific Surf

They’ll deliver the gear you need to you at the beach! Which means you don’t have to worry about having a vehicle big enough to transport the boards or worry about getting your car dirty. 

The guy from South Pacific Surf who delivered and picked up our boards was so incredibly nice and personable. He gave our boys some tips and even left us with an extra smaller board for them to try out. We highly recommend renting with them and marking surfing off your bucket list.

We hope you have an amazing RV vacation in San Diego!

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.

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