16 Days - 3833 miles
American Panorama RV Travel Itinerary - Los Angeles to Orlando.
If the Great American Southwest is your ticket, we’ve got the trip for you! Start your RV rental in Los Angeles and glide down the road to lively Las Vegas! Our trip plan takes you straight to the Grand Canyon, through historic Tombstone and on to the Gulf Coast. When you’ve followed the road all the way to Orlando, you’ll have many miles of RV-comfortable memories to call your own.
Atlantic Seaboard RV Vacation Itinerary
16 Days - 2355 miles
There’s something exhilarating about cruising along the Atlantic, exploring quaint villages and seeing some of the best historical sites in America. Why not do your cruising in a motorhome rented through El Monte RV Rentals? Follow this trip plan from Linden, New Jersey to Orlando, FL, through beautiful towns like Mystic, Williamsburg and Myrtle Beach. Plunge into history in Boston and the District of Columbia. If history and scenery are a passion, get started! This Atlantic Seaboard itinerary has it all.
20 Days - 2318 miles
Sometimes a motorhome rental opens the door to more than just scenery. Our Baja California Itinerary plunges you into adventure after adventure. See the grey whales at Guerro Negro. Play a round of golf on a world class course in Cabo San Lucas. Explore the Indian rock paintings at Catavina. Do it all on our suggested trip that stretches from Los Angeles to Cabo, and back. We here to get you started down the Baja in an El Monte RV!
12 Days - 1629 miles
The best of the Wild West! You will start in Colorado and travel through Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota and Utah, seeing where history was made. Meet heroes and heroines such as Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill Cody, Indian Chief, Crazy Horse and visit breathtaking Mount Rushmore!
11 Days - 1175 miles
In less than 1200 miles and around 10 to 11 nights, you will go on a circle tour from Southern California to Northern California and back again taking in some of the most amazing spectacles California has to offer! From Disneyland to giant Redwood trees; from Yosemite to Big Sur; from Hearst Castle to Malibu beach... All so different and all so amazing!
10 Days - 833 miles
Visit the beaches on the Gulf of Mexico, drive across the Everglades "Alligator Alley" to Miami and then up the East Coast. Visit Safari Park, Kennedy Space Center and Daytona before returning to Orlando for Disney World, Epcot Center and much more!
Grand Canyon & Pueblos RV Vacation Itinerary
11 Days - 1476 miles
Start on a wonderful trip taking in both Las Vegas and Salt Lake City plus Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Grand Canyon, Route 66 and the Hoover Dam - a real whistle stop tour of some of America's greatest icons.
8 Days - 504 miles
Celebrate Las Vegas style! Whatever the event, follow it with a motorhome "celebration". Why not see the sites and sounds of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon and experience the incredible salt flats of Death Valley.
Mountains of the Northwest
11 Days - 1469 miles
Five of the best loved National Parks of the Pacific Northwest, plus the rugged and scenic Pacific Ocean makes this a wonderful journey of contrasts. You'll visit the soaring volcanic mountains of Washington state, the beaches and coastline of Oregon and California, the world famous wine regions and the magic of San Francisco.
15 Days - 2256 miles
See it all on this whistle stop tour. New York to Philadelphia and then to the nation's capital, Washington, DC. Historic Williamsburg and the Shenandoah National Park, to a modern icon, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and back to nature at Niagara Falls.
Northwest Adventure Trail
18 Days - 2828 miles
Northwest RV Travel Itinerary - Bellingham, WA to Bodega Bay, CA
If you’ve never experienced the grandeur of Banff or the excitement of San Francisco, you owe it to yourself to follow our Northwest Adventure Trail. We love this trip—scenery, urban night life and the diverse cultures of the Pacific Northwest, all in one vacation. It all starts with an RV rental in Bellingham, WA and rolls through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Don’t miss this journey! It’s one you won’t soon forget.
Route 66 America's Main Street
12 Days - 2311 miles
Route 66 is a legend. Since 1926, it has provided the way for travelers to follow their dreams. No other highway has been immortalized in song, prose, and film. This journey involves driving on Freeways and stopping at places where the old road still exists.
Southern California Journey
8 Days - 416 miles
The Best of Southern California: Beaches, Mountains, Deserts…all within a few hours.
Southern Music and Heroes
13 Days - 2091 miles
In about 400 miles you will see Atlanta, antebellum homes and the gorgeous beaches of Florida's 'Panhandle'. You can take a ferry ride, play the casinos on the Mississippi coast and get really jazzed up in New Orleans. Take a swamp tour, go to the zoo and follow the trails of both Elvis and Bill
7 Days - 928 miles
Take an awe-inspiring trip to Utah's "Big 5" National Parks.
Whistle Stop California & Nevada
12 Days - 1525 miles
Begin this tour in Las Vegas, as we have below, or just as easily in Los Angeles or San Francisco. See cities, beaches and National Parks in this whistle stop tour.
Do, please, think about spending longer in some places as there is so much fun to be had along the way.
Baja California RV Travel Itinerary
Once you pick up your motorhome rental in Los Angeles, you’re going to blaze a trail of fun and adventure down this Western Mexico peninsula. Baja California towns and roadways offer spectacular scenery, fantastic cuisine and thrilling outdoor activities. We’ve put together tips for enjoying some of the stops along the way, but don’t be afraid to create your own adventure!
Day 1 - San Diego
124 miles - 3 hours
There are so many things to do in San Diego we could hardly list them all here, but we're recommending you stop and stay for a few days. You'll want to see things like the USS Midway Museum, the Old Globe Theatre, the San Diego Zoo, Sea World, and much, much more!
Day 2 - San Diego
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During your stay in San Diego, San Elijo State Beach offers an amazing campground atop an oceanside cliff (make your reservations early!) With extra time to discover San Diego, why not make a trip to Cabrillo National Monument, where historic sites, an 1880s lighthouse and spectacular views of San Diego are in store? Just a few miles away, Ocean Beach, with its iconic fishing pier, fertile tide pools and exciting beach town attractions gives visitors the ultimate San Diego beach experience.
Day 3 - San Diego
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Before leaving San Diego, take the ferry from the Broadway Pier across to Coronado, where dining, shopping and strolling through this vintage seaside town will refresh and entertain you. At the other end of the peninsula, San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge offers bird watchers and nature enthusiasts the chance to experience a natural salt marsh environment in a beautiful setting.
Day 4 - Ensenada
75 miles - 1.5 hours
Ensenada: RV campers love this city just 90 minutes south of San Diego! Modern, full-service RV parks just steps away from the beach are only part of the charm of Ensenada. The beach, the shops, even the surfing, attract travelers again and again! Taste the seafood or dance the night away in one of the many nightclubs, but don’t miss Ensenada on your Baja California journey.
Day 5 - El Rosario
154 miles - 4 hours
This little town in the shadow of rugged mountains is near La Bocana Beach, a favorite place for RV visitors to unwind. If you’re up to the ten thousand feet elevation and a hike to get there, the El Rosario Monarch Butterfly Preserve is visually stunning during winter months. Insider tip: ask about guide service to the area’s petrified forest; not on the maps but worth a trip for some awesome vacation photos.
Day 6 - Guerrero Negro
221 miles - 5.5 hours
If your Baja California RV journey takes place between January and March, you’re in for a real treat during your stop in Guerrero Negro. Hundreds of grey whales come to the lagoons here to give birth to their young. Whale watching tours take you up close and personal with these giants. Other fascinating places to visit near Guerrero Negro include the enormous Dunes de Soledad, the vast salt flats near town and the world’s largest salt processing facility.
Day 7 - Mulege
151 miles - 4 hours
Mulege: This palm tree shaded village nestled between two hills is the perfect place for perfect RV camping. Book a spot in one of the many area campgrounds before you come, and then plan to spend your day here deep sea fishing, hiking or biking in the mountains or paddling a sea kayak in Bahia Concepcion. Explore the ancient cave paintings. Spend the day scuba diving. Or simply soak up the sun on the beach at El Sombrerito. Travelling in just the right RV, you’ll be rested and ready to sample the delights of this lovely seaside town!
Day 8 - Loreto
84 miles - 2.5 hours
Arriving at Loreto, Baja California Sur, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the Sierra de La Giganta mountain range on one side and the breathtaking beauty of the Sea of Cortez on the other. Spend your day relaxing on the beach, playing golf, enjoying seafood in a local café or taking advantage of the ecotours in and around magnificent Parque Marine Nacional Bahia de Loreto.
Day 9 - La Paz
223 miles - 5 hours
La Paz: Did
you know Jacques Cousteau named The Sea of Cortes “The Aquarium of the
World?” Why not make your RV your base camp and discover the hundreds of
species of marine life in the waters near La Paz? Scuba enthusiasts,
snorkelers and kayakers can get up front and personal with sea lion
colonies, pods of dolphins and six different species of whales!
Day 10 - Los Barriles
65 miles - 2 hours
Imagine a laid-back beach town with white sand beaches, clear, blue water and the perfect settings for fishing, surfing or kayaking and you’ve got Los Barriles. Allow yourself to relax and unwind in this coastal oasis as you enjoy the hospitality of first-rate RV parks like East Cape RV Resort.
Day 11 - Cabo San Lucas
71 miles - 2 hours
Cabo San Lucas, on the southern tip of the peninsula, is probably the best known destination on the Baja. Its beautiful beaches, challenging golf courses and modern conveniences make it popular with travelers from all over the world. Take the time to stroll and shop the town square and visit the historic Iglesia de San Lucas. Local outfitters offer visitors the chance to enjoy snorkeling, diving, sunset cruises to iconic Land’s End and hiking in Fox Canyon, just to name a few ways to enjoy your time in Cabo.
Day 12 - Todos Santos
45 miles - 1.5 hours
Todos Santos: Home of a wide variety of birds and wildlife, this coastal town north of Cabo San Lucas attracts birdwatchers and hikers by the thousands each year. If indoor activity is where your interests lie, Todos Santos is fast becoming a cultural and artistic center with a wide variety of galleries. A nice selection of RV campsites near the beach help make this town a ‘must-do’ stop along the way!
Day 13 - La Paz
50 miles - 1.75 hours
On the trip back north, RV campers will find a wealth of attractions to entertain them as they return to La Paz. The area’s most popular site is the Espiritu Santo Archipelago and National Park, where kayak and boat tours will lead you to the park’s scenic islands and a large colony of sea lions.
Day 14 - Loreto
223 miles - 5 hours
Back in Loreto on the journey north, why not take a stroll along the Malecon, the town’s picturesque seaside walkway? Another way to celebrate your return to Loreto is with a tour of the islands by glass bottom boat or kayak. One last tip for getting the most out of Loreto: hire a guide for a trip to San Javier, where the 18th century cathedral is one of the oldest in North America.
Day 15 - Santa Rosalia
122 miles - 3 hours
This lovely place was built by a French mining company in the late 1800s, giving it a completely different atmosphere from other Baja towns. Set up camp at a local RV resort and then take to the streets to enjoy the French-inspired architecture, impressive public buildings and a church designed by Gustave Eiffel!
Day 16 - Guerrero Negro
132 miles - 3 hours
While on your return trip to Guerrero Negro, take the time to enjoy the attractions you missed on the trip down the Baja. If you’re looking for new ideas, consider one of the local tours into the desert in search of ancient cave paintings or the ruins at Pozo Aleman.
Day 17 - Catavina
145 miles - 3.5 hours
Catavina: Get your camera ready and make a stop in Catavina to record its natural desert beauty. A nearby boulder field will fascinate budding rock hounds! Unusual plant species and Indian cave paintings make Catavina a nature photographer’s paradise. Roll through the desert in the air conditioned comfort of your RV rented from El Monte RV!
Day 18 - Colonet
154 miles - 4 hours
You’ll be driving through fertile farm country as you approach Colonet, but for tourists, the attraction of stopping in this little seaside village is the chance for deep sea fishing. Join one of the local charters and fish for red snapper, lingcod and halibut, and expect outstanding results. Just hoping to relax for the day? Visit the local taco stands for some of the best fish tacos in Mexico.
Day 19 - San Diego
155 miles - 4 hours
San Diego: Desert, mountains, ocean—what’s not to love about San Diego? The hardest part of this leg of your journey will be deciding which activities to do first! Kids want to visit Legoland? Mom wants to shop at nearby outlet malls? Maybe Dad would like to try his hand at kitesurfing! Why not do them all? The money you’ll save camping in a luxurious RV will make all your dreams affordable!This 19 night trip takes you from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas and back.
Day 20 - Returning Your Motorhome
124 miles - 3 hours
Return your motorhome by 11:00am, full of petrol.