2015-01-202015-01-20 Corona RV Rentals
Corona RV Rentals
Nestled in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, Corona is a city surrounded by acres of parks. It is handy to some of Southern California’s best known attractions, and is just 23 miles from Disneyland. A motorhome rental from Corona opens up some classic California road trips.
From Corona, you are just a few hours away from Phoenix and Las Vegas, two great road trip destinations.
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Further Afield: Open up the South Land.
Corona is handily placed to the big-time fun parks over in Anaheim, just a half-hour driving time away. There’s the classic Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park next door – perfect for a family trip in your campervan rental. The Downtown Disney District is the shopping and restaurant district just outside the parks. Knotts Berry Farm is out that way too, with thrill ridesand live shows.
The nearest major airport is LA/Ontario International Airport, 17 miles away.
Where to stay in Corona
Glen Ivy RV Park is well located, with just a five-minute walk to Tom’s Farm Market for fresh food. It has a swimming pool and plenty of recreational space. If your RV is set up for ‘Boondocking’ (that’s RV-er speak, for fully self-contained and not needing hook-ups), you can stay at the Upper San Juan Campground in the Cleveland National Forest
Eating and Drinking in Corona
There are a couple of sure bets when it comes to Southern Californian cuisine: one is, you will never go far wrong with Mexican restaurants, ‘Baja California’ style. Another is when you want a good-sized comfort meal, there are franchise restaurants which won’t let you down. The Wood Ranch BBQ and Grill is one such place, with great plates of ribs or barbequed half chicken, drenched in their signature sauce. You can choose a couple of sides to go with your entrée that can be wicked, such as smashed sweet potatoes; or virtuous, like a mountain of steamed broccoli. There is a Wood Ranch restaurant in the Dos Lagos complex.
For modern Mexican, try Luna Kitchen, a favourite with locals. Their guacamole is prepared table-side, so can’t get any fresher. The Cerviche de la Casa is a crowd pleaser, with fresh red snapper marinated in honey citrus and served with spicy mango salsa.
What to see and do in Corona, Los Angeles
Holidays can be a stressful business, so start with a wind down at Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa. They have been welcoming guests here for 150 years, and the complex includes natural mineral baths, as part of 19 different pools. They have an extensive massage menu and poolside cabanas to relax on in between treatments.
The Fender Museum of Music and the Arts has hundreds of guitars to see, with memorabilia from many famous artists. It has a specialist Johnny Cash exhibit, giving insight to his life. The Fender Museum is famous of its Kids Rock Free Programme, and proceeds from the museum go to providing free or low-cost music lessons to children.
Get some retail therapy at the Shops at Dos Lagos, an upscale outdoor shopping centre. It’s a pleasant place to be, built around two lakes with cascading waterfalls and bamboo bridges. There are swish stores, restaurants and movie theatres. Just park up the campervan and get shopping.
Driving Tips in Southern California:
Los Angeles is a big city and traffic congestion can be a problem. Generally Monday to Friday from 4pm to 7pm is the time to stay off the roads, but Friday and Sunday evenings can get busy with people getting away for the weekend.