5 FunMover RV Trips to Southern California

Today’s young motorhome campers have fueled the growth of the “sport recreation vehicle” that combines cozy living quarters with a roomy equipment trailer. No matter whether you’re hauling ATVs, canoes or mountain bikes to your RV camping destination, Class C models such as the FourWinds Fun Mover make playing outdoors more fun. To whet your appetite for “toy hauler” fun, here are five trips to Southern California made better by bringing your toys.

Trip #1: Kayaking the Kern River
Load your kayaks in the back of a sport recreation vehicle, and you’ve got all you need for a wild adventure on the Kern River. Northeast of Bakersfield in Sequoia National Forest, the Kern has long been known by whitewater warriors as the ultimate Southern California kayaking venue. Park your RV right on the riverbank at Kernville RV Park and use their private beach as your take-out point.

Trip #2: Hollister Hills by ATV
Northeast of Salinas and six miles south of Hollister, ATV riders will find some of the best trails in the state. Load your ATVs in your toy hauler and experience sixty-four miles of trails on a wide variety of terrain. Check the State’s website for the park for special events that add a touch of competition to your rides. Five first-come-first-served campgrounds can be found within the Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area.

Trip #3: Mountain Biking in Sequoia National Forest
Biking the Sierra Nevada is always an extraordinary experience, but there’s something even more satisfying about riding uncrowded trails through a pristine forest. The Sequoia National Forest, over a million acres adjacent to Kings Canyon National Park and Giant Sequoia National Monument, offers you the chance to push yourself up steep grades and stop in wonder at the view, to glimpse abundant wildlife through the trees and stop to rest weary muscles by mountain streams. Sound great? Roll those mountain bikes into your sport recreation vehicle and try camping at one of the many RV-friendly campgrounds within the National Forest.

Trip #4: Palomar Mountain by Motorcycle
Expert motorcycle riders will definitely enjoy the trip over Palomar Mountain. Not for the faint of heart, the Palomar Mountain Loop starts north of Escondido on Rt 76 and passes Lake Heneshaw, Mt. Palomar Observatory and Mother’s Kitchen, where bikers love to stop and trade stories. Park your RV and unload your bikes at Oak Knoll Campground near the southern end of the loop for a scenic place to come home.

Trip #5: Tailgating at USC Trojans Football!
There’s no better vehicle in which to host a football tailgating party than a toy hauler. Imagine loading up a full-size grill, lawn chairs, mini fridges, assorted electronics and, of course, a whole lot of food and drink and rolling it all down the ramp to the amazement of your friends. Not only can you host one heck of a tailgate party, you can also relax before and after the game in the comfortable living quarters up-front. USC Trojans football fans are the hardiest tailgaters in SoCal, so why not join the fun this season in your sport recreation vehicle?

By now you know that the best way to experience Southern California outdoors is in a toy hauler. Comfortable living quarters welcome you home after a long day on the trails. Lift gates or ramps make it easy to load and unload equipment, and abundant storage keeps it all sane and organized. When planning your next Southern California adventure, take a second look at the sport recreation vehicle.

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  2. Balboa says:

    We love the sights at Southern California RV Camping. All the places discussed in your blog are wonderful. Every person will love to move out for vacations with there recreation vehicles in thier little bubble bots.

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