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Richard E
September 2022
Very friendly and helpful handover procedure by “Para” in LA - vehicle (27’ RV) worked well - nothing to complain! Simple, quick and friendly return procedure in SF.
AL
Aloha Kind of Life (Aloha Kind of L
September 2022
Great experience with our RV! Employees were awesome and the rv was a great way to experience Yosemite!
JH
Judy H
September 2022
I rented a class C RV at the San Bernardino location. Everything went smoothly and the two employees I spoke with (Madelyn and Andrea) were both very helpful in answering my many questions. Keep in mind they do not provide any linens, kitchenware, or toiletries (other than 1 roll of toilet paper) as part of the RV rental.
BC
Brenda C
September 2022
Professional, experienced and excellent customer service
AM
A M
September 2022
Awesome experience. Between Rodney and Donald, my RV rental experience was just excellent. Just go there and you'll enjoy it.
RG
Rick G
September 2022
Wonderful experience from start to finish, nice and friendly with fast service.

Northwest Adventure Trail RV Vacation Itinerary

Northwest RV Travel Itinerary -
Bellingham, WA to Bodega Bay, CA

 

Glorious mountain drives are just part of the excitement when you follow our Northwest Adventure Itinerary! You’re going to experience an amazing variety of cultures, food, and terrain as your comfy RV rolls along. Here’s a quick list of things to do at just a few of the towns along the way:

 

 

 

 

 

Destinations

Day 1 Ferndale, Washington 97 miles - 1.5 hours

Day 1
Ferndale, Washington
97 miles - 1.5 hours

Ferndale, Washington:  When you start your RV journey in Ferndale, Washington, leave time to drive the fabulous Mount Baker Highway! Voted “Trail Town USA” by The American Hiking Society, this bayside city offers hundreds of hiking possibilities, as well. We know you’ll be anxious to get on the road, but don’t drive away too quickly from Ferndale!

Day 2 Olympic National Park, WA 168 miles - 3.5 hours

Olympic National Park, WA

Day 2
Olympic National Park, WA
168 miles - 3.5 hours

Here’s your chance to experience Washington’s rocky coastline, the beauty of the rain forest and stunning mountain views, all within the same national park! Enjoy secluded, no-hookups camping in NPS-managed campsites or the convenience of developed camping at concessionaire-run campgrounds. Just a few ways to indulge in the beauty of Olympic NP—hike the Hoh Rain Forest, kayak in the shadow of the mountains surrounding Lake Crescent and photograph the impressive ‘seastacks’ at Rialto Beach.

Day 3 Victoria, British Columbia 60 miles - 1 hour

Day 3
Victoria, British Columbia
60 miles - 1 hour

Victoria, British Columbia:  Did you know that some of the best produce in the world can be found on Vancouver Island? When you’re camped in Victoria, British Columbia, don’t miss the chance to sample local organic produce! A gourmet’s delight, Victoria offers travelers a wonderful smorgasbord of cider mills, cheese shops and restaurants to visit. Your appetite’s going to be glad you rented an RV and hit the road for Victoria!

Day 4 Vancouver, BC 60 miles - 1 hour

Day 4
Vancouver, BC
60 miles - 1 hour

Tucked between the Coastal Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is world-famous for its outdoor recreation opportunities, diverse neighborhoods and scenic beauty. What that means for you, lucky RV traveler, is that there are almost limitless ways to be entertained during your stay. Take the ferry across to Granville Island’s charming vintage markets, shops and restaurants. Hike through magnificent Stanley Park to see the city’s iconic seawall. Kayak, swim, stroll or simply soak up the sun at one of Vancouver’s many beaches. These are just three of the ways to make Vancouver memories for a lifetime.

Day 5 Lillooet, BC 167 miles - 2.75 hours

Day 5
Lillooet, BC
167 miles - 2.75 hours

The Fraser River continues its way northeast through the Coastal Mountains to guide you to the alpine hamlet of Lillooet, an outdoor activities wonderland. From hiking in search of more than two-hundred species of birds to watching for bits of the jade and gold that once brought miners as you stroll along a riverbank, being outdoors in Lillooet will be memorable. Leave time to visit the town’s historic parks and the centers that celebrate the region’s First Nations heritage.

Day 6 Clearwater, BC 172 miles - 3.5 hours

Day 6
Clearwater, BC
172 miles - 3.5 hours

Continuing northwest to Clearwater, BC promises RV travelers some pretty amazing scenery! The town’s Wells Gray Park is the perfect spot to center your visit, with trails that lead along the Clearwater River, into lush rain forests and past volcanic formations to more than two-hundred waterfalls just waiting to take their place in your vacation photos.

Day 7 Jasper National Park, AB 200 miles - 3.5 hours

Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

Day 7
Jasper National Park, AB
200 miles - 3.5 hours

RV camping visitors who travel to Jasper National Park will be stunned by the sheer beauty of the mountains, lakes and glaciers all around. From the vast Columbia Icefield to spectacular Maligne Canyon, any hike or scenic drive you choose to take in this national park will reward you with breathtaking views. Camping at Jasper National Park is first-rate, as well, with Wabasso and Whistler’s Campgrounds mentioned as favorites by RVers (keep an eye out for elk near your campsite!)

Day 8 Banff National Park, AB 178 miles - 3 hours

Day 8
Banff National Park, AB
178 miles - 3 hours

Banff National Park, Alberta:  You may have seen the beautiful Rockies in Colorado, but the spectacular Canadian Rockies will take your breath away! Your rented motorhome will be your ticket to some of the most amazing scenery in North America when you travel to Banff National Park. Don’t forget your camera—the wildlife easily seen near Lake Louise will capture any photographer’s eye. From the Icefields Parkway to quaint Alpine villages, Banff has something to thrill everyone in your family!

Day 9 Glacier Park, BC 185 miles - 3 hours

Glacier National Park, British Columbia

Day 9
Glacier Park, BC
185 miles - 3 hours

The rugged slopes of Glacier National Park that give this park its name are filled with history from the early days of British Columbia. Once a haven for adventurous mountain men and women, the region also played a part in the expansion of the railroad through BC. Hiking, climbing and mountain biking are favorite activities here. The park’s Illecillewaet Campground gets high marks from veteran RV travelers to British Columbia.

Day 10 Penticton, BC 160 miles - 2.75 hours

Day 10
Penticton, BC
160 miles - 2.75 hours

Imagine a place where the river invites you to take a float trip, dozens of vineyards offer tours and tastings and mountain lakes are surrounded by the region’s many orchards. That’s the welcome you’ll have when you reach Penticton by RV. Indulge in local vintages, purchase the freshest fruit imaginable from the many fruit stands and take to the water by kayak, canoe or tube to fully experience Penticton, BC.

Day 11 Ellensburg, WA 209 miles - 3.5 hours

Mount Rainier, Washington

Day 11
Ellensburg, WA
209 miles - 3.5 hours

If you’re ready, once you cross the border from British Columbia to the US, to enjoy the comforts of city life Ellensburg will welcome you with restaurants, shops and cultural attractions. But if you’re still in the mood to get outdoors and explore, you’ll also find the city offers hiking and biking trails with views of Mt Rainier, rocky canyons, waterfalls and the Yakima River. There are two private campgrounds on the Yakima River as well as camping at nearby Lake Easton State Park.

Day 12 Mt. St. Helens, WA 209 miles - 3.5 hours

Day 12
Mt. St. Helens, WA
209 miles - 3.5 hours

 Mount St. Helens, Washington:  The site of America’s most recent volcanic activity has been transformed into a world-class learning opportunity. The Mount St. Helens National Monument offers visitors the chance to hike, climb, and study firsthand the aftermath of the 1980 volcanic eruption. If natural history is your passion, plan to camp in your RV in one of the many campgrounds in the vicinity and spend at least a day discovering the awesome power of this active volcano.

Day 13 Bend, OR 188 miles - 3 hours

Day 13
Bend, OR
188 miles - 3 hours

Whether you come to Bend, OR in search of a river rapids kayaking experience, the vibrant nightlife or the chance to hike, run or bike hundreds of miles of high desert and riverside trails, you’ll find it here. The Deschutes River is an urban outdoor recreation magnet for travelers, and the rugged rock formations rising up from the desert make Bend a favorite with outdoor enthusiasts. Don’t miss visiting at least a few of Bend’s many craft breweries on your stay!

Day 14 Crater Lake National Park, OR 273 miles - 4.75 hours

Crater Lake National Park, OR

Day 14
Crater Lake National Park, OR
273 miles - 4.75 hours

The collapsed volcano that formed this park’s stunningly scenic lake is just the beginning of the sights you’ll see at Crater Lake National Park. The park’s Mazama Campground features some pull-thru sites, a mixture of hook-ups and no-hookup sites and a general store to make your stay more convenient. Once you’ve settled in, take to the trails to find volcanic spires, flower-filled meadows and waterfalls. Grab a seat on the trolley tour that circles the Rim for the best views of the day.

Day 15 Redwood National Park, CA 166 miles - 2.75 hours

Day 15
Redwood National Park, CA
166 miles - 2.75 hours

From a hike through breathtaking coastal redwood forests to a stroll on the rugged Northern California shore, you’ll find a place to do it at Redwood National Park. The trees this park protects are just part of the package RV travelers will enjoy; four developed campgrounds keep things convenient and the ranger-led kayaking tours, tidepool walks and campfire programs are a wonderful introduction to this legendary national park.

Day 16 Mendocino, CA 140 miles - 2.5 hours

Day 16
Mendocino, CA
140 miles - 2.5 hours

Mendocino, California:  This lovely coastal town will enchant the most jaded traveler! Rest your eyes in the beauty of America’s only oceanfront botanical gardens. Book some time at one of the area’s many day spas. Stroll the coastline and visit one of their famous lighthouses. Your heart will be glad you visited Mendocino! Contact us to get your RV rental started, and make Mendocino part of your Northwest Adventure.

Day 17 Bodega Bay, CA 98 miles - 1.5 hours

Day 17
Bodega Bay, CA
98 miles - 1.5 hours

 Bodega Bay, California:  Park your RV right at the marina in Bodega Bay, and fish for salmon, trout or rock cod on one of the many charter boats. The beautiful Bodega Bay coastline will have you walking, sailing or watching for whales and sea lions. Camp in the comfort of your motorhome, and use the money you’ll save on lodging to treat your family to a fabulous seafood dinner. Just an hour north of this itinerary’s final stop in San Francisco, Bodega offers your family the chance to explore the wonders of the Pacific.

Day 18 Returning Your Motorhome 98 miles - 1.5 hours

Day 18
Returning Your Motorhome
98 miles - 1.5 hours

 Return your motorhome to the Dublin, CA rv rental office today by 11:00am with a full tank of petrol.

RE
Richard E
September 2022
Very friendly and helpful handover procedure by “Para” in LA - vehicle (27’ RV) worked well - nothing to complain! Simple, quick and friendly return procedure in SF.
AL
Aloha Kind of Life (Aloha Kind of L
September 2022
Great experience with our RV! Employees were awesome and the rv was a great way to experience Yosemite!
JH
Judy H
September 2022
I rented a class C RV at the San Bernardino location. Everything went smoothly and the two employees I spoke with (Madelyn and Andrea) were both very helpful in answering my many questions. Keep in mind they do not provide any linens, kitchenware, or toiletries (other than 1 roll of toilet paper) as part of the RV rental.
BC
Brenda C
September 2022
Professional, experienced and excellent customer service
AM
A M
September 2022
Awesome experience. Between Rodney and Donald, my RV rental experience was just excellent. Just go there and you'll enjoy it.
RG
Rick G
September 2022
Wonderful experience from start to finish, nice and friendly with fast service.
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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.
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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.
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