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Oxnard RV Rental Location

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Ventura / Oxnard RV Rentals, California
El Monte RV Rentals
1345 N. Oxnard Blvd
Oxnard, CA 93939

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed


Toll Free: 1-888-337-2214

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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.
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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!
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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.
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Brenda C
September 2022
Professional, experienced and excellent customer service
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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.
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Rick G
September 2022
Wonderful experience from start to finish, nice and friendly with fast service.

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VENTURA/OXNARD RV RENTALS

El Monte RV Rentals

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El Monte RV Rentals

1345 N. Oxnard Blvd
Oxnard, CA 93939

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday thru Saturday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed a.m. – 4 p.m.


Call: (805) 278-8200

Toll Free: (888) 337-2214

 

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Location:  El Monte RV, located in Oxnard, CA is proud to serve our customers in Ventura, Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Santa Barbara and surrounding communities. Call El Monte RV for the best RV rentals in the area. We operate locally but have worldwide experience that comes with being one of the largest in the industry! 

One-Tank Trips

One-Tank Trips

One tank trips from Ventura and Oxnard offer numerous opportunities to see the sights nearby. Visitors often like to travel to Magic Mountain, and Pyramid Lake, as well as the Santa Monica Pier, not to mention the fun for the whole family at Universal Studios in Hollywood. Here are some other suggestions for where to take your family in your El Monte RV that are not too far away.

 

You can get to Palm Springs, San Diego or even Big Bear in the mountains within only 2 – 3 hours of driving from Ventura.

 

Big Bear: This mountain town is home to L.A.’s closest ski slopes in winter, but don’t discount a summertime trip, when a dip in a mountain lake is the best way to keep cool. Rent a kayak or paddleboard to tour the water, and keep an eye out for the white-domed Big Bear Solar Observatory perched at the water’s edge on the north shore. This observatory is owned by the New Jersey Institute of Technology which partners with the Big Bear Valley Astronomical Society. The hiking here is also plentiful and offers some amazing views. If you’re a bit more adventurous, stop by Bear Valley Bikes and rent a mountain bike; there are fire roads for beginners and lots of technical, downhill single tracks for more seasoned riders. Back in town, check out the Bowling Barn and the Alpine Slide, both of which are a blast with or without kids in tow. 

 

Laguna Beach is only an hour away so don’t forget to stop and visit this easygoing oceanfront city, which is gorgeous, with its lush vegetation, tidepools and a very picturesque rocky coastline. The Main Beach is the spot of choice for downtown sunbathing, but you’ll find pristine, less crowded beaches at tide pool-filled Treasure Island, camper-friendly Crystal Cove or hidden Victoria Beach with its weathered, castle-like turret. Walk the city’s downtown area to find a mix of shops, galleries and restaurants; many eateries cater to the well-heeled, so you might want to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on a bench at the hilltop Heisler Park.

 

Try a visit to Los Alamos: Only about 2 ½ hours away. Once a major stagecoach stop, this small, easy-to-miss town looks stuck in the past with its Old West style—but behind the facade are trendy treasures waiting to be discovered. Inside Bob’s Well Bread Bakery is a hip, stylish setup serving artisan breads—including gluten free options—croissants, sandwiches and more. Exploring antique shops and art galleries can easily fill a day here, just be sure to call ahead, as some places are only open on weekends. A big draw of the Los Alamos area is its wine tasting—this is Santa Barbara County, after all—which can be done at Bedford Winery, Municipal Winemakers and other local tasting rooms. If you indulge too much to drive home, make a pit stop at 1880 Union, an event space with an authentic stagecoach saloon.

 

San Juan Capistrano:

Just an hour and a half away you will find a piece of real California history and a vibrant quaint old town. San Juan Capistrano is off-the-beaten-path for a unique day (or overnight) trip with a lot of charm and a little learning. Stop for a good cup of coffee at Hidden House Coffee. From there, you can tour Mission San Juan Capistrano, founded in 1776 and arguably one of the mission chain’s prettiest links. This mission used to be known as a migratory destination for swallows in February, but the famous birds have been spotty in recent years. If you have your heart set on getting up close with some animals, check out Zoomars  (reservations recommended), a petting zoo for kids of all ages, which adults love, too. It’s a historic ranch where you can also pan for gold like the California miners did. You’re also very close to the Los Rios Historic District, which has some historic homes and museums that are perfect for a walking tour. When you get hungry, you have several options: Heritage Barbecue serves remarkable Texas-style smoked meats, Ramos House is a romantic spot known for great food and huge Bloody Mary’s on weekends and Five Vines is a nearby wine bar with snacks and sandwiches. If you want to catch the night life here, head over to Swallow’s Inn, the local dive bar, where bras hang from the ceiling and bands play late into the night.

 

Balboa Island:

Only an hour away, visitors to Balboa Island in Newport Beach can enter the man-made island by driving onto it via Marine Avenue, but it’s far easier—and more fun—to park your RV on the Balboa Peninsula and take the Balboa Island Ferry for a quick and scenic five-minute trip across the water. The first order of business: getting your hands on one of the island’s famed frozen bananas. Choose from rivals Sugar N Spice or Dad’s Donut & Bakery Shop; both claiming to be the originators of the chocolate-covered frozen treat. Take a jaunt up and down the 1.6-mile boardwalk surrounding the island, passing by multi-million-dollar homes and streets named after gems, before strolling down Marine Avenue, the island’s main artery. Here you’ll find plenty of restaurants (Wilma’s Patio is a staple), boutique shops, art galleries and the Balboa Island Museum and Historical Society. Of course, there’s plenty to do out on the water, too: kayaking, parasailing, paddle boarding and the like. If you’ve got kids along with you, try the Balboa Fun Zone on the peninsula which hosts a Ferris wheel and plenty of arcade games. 

National Parks / National Historic Sites near Ventura/ Oxnard, CA

National Parks / National Historic Sites near Ventura/ Oxnard, CA

Joshua Tree National Park is open every day of the year. However, the best time for wild flower viewing is definitely the springtime. This Park boasts about 700 diversified plant species and has 9 different campgrounds for you to choose from. (Make reservations early.)

Depending upon what time of year you visit the 
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks will determine what activity you do. However, each season is full of numerous possibilities so 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 Ventura/Oxnard, CA - Outdoor Adventure and Year-Round Recreational Opportunity

National Forests near Ventura/Oxnard, CA - Outdoor Adventure and Year-Round Recreational Opportunity

To really get up close with wildlife, 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  your El Monte RV to see Angeles National Forest and pick one from their 110 campsites or stop 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 many, you will never run out of things to do.

 

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument/Angeles National Forest was recently designated as a national monument, 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.

We know you’ll enjoy talking to your friends or family about all the things you've seen and done after hiking around these beautiful forests for the day. Knowing you have a comfortable RV to sleep in at day’s end will make travel to this wide and diverse landscape all perfect.

State Parks near Ventura/ Oxnard, CA

State Parks near Ventura/ Oxnard, CA

Camping, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking and relaxing can all be done in many of California’s State Parks, offering all kinds of lakes, rivers and beaches for you to enjoy in this state’s varied countryside. You will find great places to camp, hike, and swim, fish, rock climb, and quiet little spots to relax and watch the wildlife.

A few of our customers’ favorites Lakes are – Skinner, Isabella, Cachuma, Arrowhead and Elsinore. Plus be sure to add Big Bear, San Antonio, Pyramid, Bristol, Danby and Castaic Lakes to your list along with Jalama Beach and Refugio State Beach. They all offer something different but equally good. One other place that should be included is the Salton Sea.

 

Enjoy these special places than in the comfort of your El Monte RV.

Local Attractions – Amusement and Theme Parks

Local Attractions – Amusement and Theme Parks

Universal Studios advertise themselves as the ‘Entertainment Capital of L.A.’ You should check for yourself and see if you think they are right. You’ll probably learn some behind-the-scenes movie making secrets and get to see some sets from your favorite movies. Then visit the Hollywood Wax Museum where your favorite stars look so real, you’ll want to reach out and touch them. For a fascinating bit of American history, spend a day touring Hearst Castle, the former home of William Randolph Hearst, newspaper baron and his family.

Many El Monte RVs customers love spending a day viewing the underwater sea creatures at 
Sea World or jumping into the water to interact with the dolphins. Sounds like fun!

For water slides even your smallest child can enjoy to the larger ones for the braver 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 days at those great Six Flags Parks, if you're still wanting more excitement, try visiting Disneyland’s California Adventure Park, or Knotts Berry Farm. Traveling between these locations is so much better in your El Monte RV.  Plus, you’ll have a comfortable place to rest up for your next adventure!

 

These are all places the whole family can enjoy. Wherever you visit Southern California or nearby, have a relaxing place to sleep at night 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 your 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.
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