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Victorville RV Rentals (Hesperia), California
El Monte RV Rentals
8893 Three Flags Ave #B
Hesperia, CA 92344

Monday - Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday Closed

Toll Free: (888) 337-2214

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Chris W
August 2022
Great experience with Road Bear. We had a new 23-25ft C model which had a slide out. Better than comparable RV from Cruise America. When calling with a minor issue they got it solved quickly over the phone. Great experience and adventure in Northern California and Southern Oregon.
August 2022
Sehr schöne Wohnmobile. Übernahme hötte etwas schneller gehen können, da wir schon online registriert hatten. Sehr nette Leute. Sprechen auch Deutsch.
Zvika N
August 2022
Super nice people Very relaxed, calm, detailed, friendly service. Zero drama. It's our first time renting an RV and after this expirence I'll definitely do it again The RV was new, clean and great to ride. Highly recommend the insurance especially if it's your first time driving something this size.
August 2022
Sehr gutes Einchecken, problemloses Auschecken. Sehr freundliches Personal. RV war in einwandfreiem Zustand.
Nils S
August 2022
Renting a RV with El Monte RV at Dublin, CA we had a great experience! Our RV was brand new and equipped with all features. The team had the RV and paper ready when we arrived so that we were good to go quickly - and that on a Sunday. That was a good start into our tour across California' s National Parks. The dropp-off was as uncomplicated as our pickup.
Alexander R
August 2022
Great and seamless experience.

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El Monte RV Rentals


8893 Three Flags Ave #B
Hesperia, CA 92344


Monday - Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday Closed


Call: (760) 241-1877

Toll Free: (888) 337-2214


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Victorville, California is located in the Victor Valley and includes Hesperia where El Monte RV is located. We’re very happy to serve the local residents and visitors to this beautiful area with the experience and knowledge we have gained as a nationwide RV rental company. If you’re planning a visit to southwestern California we can take care of your RV needs – you’ll return many times both to El Monte RV and California. 


When in Victorville or Hesperia, about an hour and a half northeast of Los Angeles, call El Monte RV for the best RV rentals in the area. 

One-Tank Trips

One-Tank Trips

One tank trips from Hesperia/ Victorville could include many around the Los Angeles and San Diego areas. For those seeking a quaint and romantic getaway, the idyllic Santa Catalina Island is the ideal choice. Families with kids will want to visit Disneyland, one of the top attractions in California. You can also take a slight detour to California's only castle along the Central Coast – Hearst Castle, visit Calico Ghost Town, the World’s Tallest thermometer, see giant sequoias or visit the Peace Bridge in Mount Rub, all of which are near Victorville.


You can also get to Palmdale by driving about an hour straight west on CA-18, and see the San Gabriel Mountains, which separates Palmdale from Los Angeles. Palmdale is nicknamed the 'aerospace capital of America' due to its main industry of aerospace technology. 


Several places on the list below are two to three-hours' drive away but each is worth the extra journey: the island of Santa Catalina, fashionable Malibu for a beach retreat, the unique California desert environment of Joshua Tree, and Coronado Island, near San Diego. Here are some trips to choose from for excellent day (or overnight) trips nearby.


Santa Catalina Island is only about 2 hours including a ferry ride from L.A. It has been luring visitors since the 1920s, when it was used as a location for Hollywood films. Today, tourists can still appreciate the island's cinematic seaside beauty.

The moment visitors set foot on the island the idyllic atmosphere engulfs one. With its leisurely pace, sunny weather, and soothing ocean waves, Santa Catalina Island is one of the most romantic places in California.


Besides being a delightful day-trip destination, the island is perfect for a weekend getaway, short vacation, or honeymoon centered around relaxation and recreational activities. Hiking, cycling, backpacking, sailing, sunbathing, and picnicking are popular activities.


The picturesque town of Avalon has the island's largest selection of hotels, shops, and restaurants, along with breathtaking ocean views, palm-fringed beaches, and a botanical garden.


All of Avalon's beaches have gentle crystal-clear waters, and most are ideal for swimming. Tucked away in a sheltered cove, Descanso Beach is prized for its beach club, which offers private cabanas and oceanfront restaurant dining.


Santa Catalina Island is an hour-long ferry ride on the Catalina Express from San Pedro, Long Beach, or Dana Point to the port of Avalon. The Catalina Flyer operates ferry boat transportation from Newport Beach to Avalon, which takes just over one hour.


From Los Angeles, it takes about two hours (a one-hour drive to Long Beach plus the one-hour ferry ride) to arrive at Santa Catalina Island.


For a convenient day trip to the island, you may want to try an organized tour. The Catalina Island Day Trip offers an enjoyable experience complete with round-trip transportation, including pickup from a hotel in Anaheim or Los Angeles and ferry rides to and from the island. There is also an option to take a guided 50-minute scenic tour of Avalon, join a one-hour boat tour of the Catalina Channel, or participate in a two-hour adventure-filled zipline experience.



Hit the beach! Head north from Los Angeles and visit Malibu. It’s super close, only about 33 miles from LA, and is famous for its beaches dotted with surfers and lined with celebrity homes.


There are a few lovely places to eat, a nice pier to stroll and take photos, and plenty of places to park your RV. 


Malibu has a fantastic coastline about 27 miles long where the Pacific Ocean waves lure surfers, so be sure to bring your board! (Or rent one).

Hiking trails weave through waterfalls and low-lying grassy areas, if you love a stroll. In fact, the Santa Monica National Recreation Area offers about 500 miles of hiking trails. 


You can visit any of the beaches here but the Malibu Lagoon State Beach is the best for surfing. El Matador Beach has sea caves. Zuma Beach has the most expansive shoreline where you can play a game of volleyball at the nets. 


Coronado Island

Drive south for about 2 hours to arrive at Coronado.


Gorgeous beaches, luscious landscape and an overabundance of choice places to enjoy the sun, Coronado Island offers it all in a one-day trip from Los Angeles.  

Think fine-grained, golden sand, vast shores, and crystal-clear beaches. 

The Hotel del Coronado is a historic beachfront hotel just across the bay from San Diego. It is one of the few wooden Victorian beach resorts remaining in the USA.

Coronado’s timeless charm inspires you to wander, experiencing cashmere-soft sands, lush parks, one-of-a-kind boutiques and atmospheric dining. If you long to escape to relax, your heart will love Coronado.


This resort city has about five white-sand beaches: Central Beach, Glorietta Bay Beach, Silver Strand State Beach, and Coronado Dog Beach.


The vast beaches attract surfers, so don’t forget to take along your surf board, camera, and your bathing suit.


You can also get to Coronado via a ferry from San Diego. Coronado Ferry Landing has restaurants and a small beach so you can enjoy a meal with a breathtaking view of the ocean.

National Parks / National Historic Sites near Victorville, CA

National Parks / National Historic Sites near Victorville, CA

Joshua Tree National Park is open all year long. However, the best time for wild flower viewing is definitely the spring and summer. Joshua Tree National Park is about 130 miles south-east from Los Angeles— a two-hour 45-minute drive. And there’s a lot more to do in Joshua Tree National Park than just rock climbing. 

This park is remarkable. Think of Dr. Seuss books with spiky Joshua trees dotted among monstrous rocks that beg for more photos. You can drive through the park in less than an hour, but why not visit for the day (or even overnight to enjoy camping), hiking, biking, or walking along the many trails. This desert landscape will amaze you; the views will thrill the photographer in you and the activities will satisfy the adventurer in you. 


If you like to walk, be sure to hike the 49 Palms Oasis trail. It is a strenuous three-mile trail that covers an area of palm trees with glimpses of the water. If you visit during the spring and summer, you can also enjoy the view of the wildflowers in full bloom. (Bring plenty of water to drink!)


Stay late in Joshua Tree to enjoy the stargazing. You can organize an overnight camping trip if you wish. However, if you’re only here for a day trip, make sure to go on a walk to the Cottonwood Spring oasis. You may spot hummingbirds and Gambel’s Quail in this oasis.


For more appealing trails, go to the Hidden Valley trail. It is a loop trail that is about one mile long and is doable with kids.


Joshua Tree National Park also has some fantastic campgrounds (which you need to pre-book) and you can also go horse riding and biking. Plus, enjoy rock climbing with Stay late in Joshua Tree to enjoy the stargazing. You can organize an overnight camping trip if you wish. However, if you’re only here for a day trip, make sure to go on a walk to the Cottonwood Spring oasis. You may spot hummingbirds and Gambel’s Quail in this oasis.


For an even more appealing trail, go to the Hidden Valley trail. It is a loop trail that is about one mile long and is doable with kids.


Joshua Tree National Park also has some fantastic campgrounds (which you need to pre-book) and you can also go horse riding and biking. Plus, rock climbing with 8000 climbing routes.


Overall, this alluring mix of desert, rocks, and palm trees provide a great environment for a beautiful escape and adventure out of Victorville.

Depending upon the time of year that you visit the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks will help to determine what activity you do. However, since each season is full of numerous possibilities don’t limit your stay to just the summer months. 


There is so much to see and do at these beautiful National Park locations that you’ll probably want to return to this area again and again. El Monte RV will be happy to provide you the best in an RV rental for each trip.

National Forests near Victorville, CA - Outdoor Adventure and Year-Round Recreational Opportunity

National Forests near Victorville, CA - Outdoor Adventure and Year-Round Recreational Opportunity

San Bernardino National Forest: This huge national forest offers 6 different recreation areas that all offer various campgrounds for your enjoyment. Before going, make sure you reserve the campground of your choice and be sure it will accommodate the RV you will be renting. Your El Monte RV dealer in Victorville can help you with this.


Love wildlife watching?  Then spend some time at Los Padres National Forest – there are 468 species of fish and wildlife for you to view in their natural habitat.  Travel in the comfort of an El Monte RV to see Angeles National Forest and pick one of their 110 campsites or stop in at  Sequoia National Forest to tour the Boyden Cavern.  For breathtaking mountain scenery take your RV to Sierra National Forest.  It won’t matter if you visit just one National Forest or all of them; you will not run out of things to do or see.


San Gabriel Mountains National Monument/Angeles National Forest was recently designated as a national monument and is composed of 342,177 acres of the Angeles National Forest plus 4,002 acres of the neighboring San Bernardino National Forest. It is managed by the U. S. Forest Service.

State Parks near Victorville, CA

State Parks near Victorville, CA

Camping, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking and relaxing can all be done in most of California’s State Parks, with all kinds of lakes, rivers and beaches for you to enjoy in this state’s varied countryside.  You will find great places to camp, hiking trails, and places swim, fish, rock climb, and quiet little spots to relax and watch the wildlife. Some of the best state parks to see in this area include the Mojave Narrows Regional Park, Doris Davies Park, Schmidt Park, Sunset Ridge Park, and Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area in Hesperia. In addition to many other State Parks, many El Monte RV customers enjoy camping in their RV in the KOA RV Park, Mt. San Jacinto State Park, and Coldwater Canyon Yellow Post Sites.


Enjoy these very special places in the comfort of a motorhome rental from El Monte RV. 

Local Attractions – Amusement and Theme Parks

Local Attractions – Amusement and Theme Parks

Many of El Monte RVs customers love spending a day viewing the underwater sea creatures at Sea World in San Diego or jumping into the water to interact with the dolphins. Should be fun! And, Carlsbad hosts Legoland California, a vast amusement park for all ages that includes themed carnival rides, a water park, and an aquarium.

For water slides for the smallest child to the larger ones for the brave parents to race down, spend some time at 
Hurricane Harbor Water Park or hang on for a breathtaking ride on the world’s largest stand up roller coaster at Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. After spending a couple of days at those great Six Flags Parks, if you're still wanting more excitement, then try out Disneyland’s California Adventure Park, or Knotts Berry Farm. Traveling between these locations is much better in a luxury RV rental from El Monte RV. Plus, you’ll have a comfortable place to rest up for your next adventure!

These are all places you and your family can enjoy. Whenever you visit Southern California or any areas nearby, you will have a relaxing place to sleep in your El Monte RV. For your next California Dreaming adventure, find the best way to see all the sights and enjoy your experiences by traveling and staying in an El Monte RV.

Why Rent from El Monte RV

Reason for choosing El Monte RV 1
We’ve got you covered with a wide range of late model RVs including Class C, Class A models. Our pet-friendly RVs come standard with upgraded amenities and some even have slide-outs for more room on the road.
Reason for choosing El Monte RV 2
With locations across the USA we can be found in most major metropolitan areas from coast to coast. Most of our stores are even open on Sundays. With our convenient locations it’s never been easier to get on the road in an RV.
Reason for choosing El Monte RV 3
The health and safety of our customers is a top priority. That’s why all of our vehicles go through a multi-point inspection, including a deep clean, after every rental. Using professional-grade cleaning agents, our trained staff works hard to ensure that your next rental looks as good on the inside as it does on the outside.
Reason for choosing El Monte RV 4
Whether you’re a novice RV renter or an expert, sometimes we could all use on-the-road support. All of our customers have access to our toll-free roadside support. Our friendly team of RV experts is just a phone call away and ready to assist at any time during your trip.
Reason for choosing El Monte RV 5
Whether this is your first or fifteenth time renting from us, we provide a comprehensive motorhome rental instruction and detailed walk-thru and check-in. A library of helpful troubleshooting videos are also available to view at any time during your trip which answer common questions and provide helpful tips.
Reason for choosing El Monte RV 6
We’ve been at this a while. With over 50 years of experience we’ve learned a thing or two about great vacations. When it comes to reliability and quality put your trust in experts who have built a reputation on delivering exceptional experiences.