2015-01-202015-01-20 Santa Fe Springs RV Rental
Santa Fe Springs RV Rental
Centrally located in the vast metropolis of Los Angeles, is the city of Santa Fe Springs. As a starting point for a California road trip, you have handy access to the playground of Anaheim, and the coast, as well as Los Angeles International Airport. A camper rental in Santa Fe Springs gives you the means to roam the freeways and explore the Southland
Cheap RV Rental in California with Motorhome Republic
Whether you are after a massive RV for a family road-trip, or a simple motorhome for two on your romantic getaway, Motorhome Republic has the right van for you. We have access to 450 depots spread across 28 countries, so we will always offer a convenient pick-up point in America. Start the process on our comprehensive website, and put some essential details into our search engine. Once we have your city of pick-up, travel dates and driver’s age, we can show you every available motorhome across all brands. Compare specifications and prices easily, as all the RVs are displayed on page after page – the choice is yours. Book your California RV rental securely online with the confidence of a best price guarantee, or have your questions answered over the phone by our highly skilled motorhome experts. Over 100,000 road trippers have experienced the Motorhome Republic difference in quality and service.
Further Afield: Where to From Santa Fe Springs
No visit to Los Angeles is complete without a trip to Disneyland Park, and Anaheim is just 20 minutes driving time away. Within half an hour’s journey, you can visit Hollywood, or experience the boutique surf culture at Manhattan Beach. A great day out is to take a short ride to Long Beach and catch a ferry to Santa Catalina Island. There are no roads, so your mode of transport is an electric golf cart. Getting out of town, you will be in San Diego in under two hours, following the scenic and coastal route 5 much of the way. A four hour drive north east is Las Vegas. A Las Vegas RV Rental is a popular choice for the beginning of any road trip. It's also a great place to pass through, with several well established RV parks.
Where to Stay around Santa Fe Springs, RV accommodation
There are two well-located parks in nearby Anaheim. The Anaheim Harbour RV Park is walking distance to Disneyland - in fact, you can see the evening fireworks display without leaving the park. Anaheim Resort RV Park is a mile from the happiest place on Earth, and has a swimming pool.
Eating and Drinking in Santa Fe Springs – step back in time
For something really different, try the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in nearby Buena Park. Here you get food drink and quality entertainment in one package. The show includes real horses and live jousting competitions.
Another near neighbour is the city of Cerritos, with a welcoming town centre that includes a performing arts venue. Here you will find very reliable Californian chain restaurants, including TGI Fridays, with its great value happy hours, Wood Ranch BBQ and Grill, and Mimi’s Café for superbly satisfying breakfasts.
What to see and do in Santa Fe Springs
Santa Fe Springs got its start with oil, and production continues in the region today. It can be quite an incongruous sight, to view the primitive looking oil drillers bending to their work in such a modern city. You can find out some Santa Fe Springs history at the Hathaway Ranch and Museum, set in five acres, with farming and oil production memorabilia. Another worthwhile diversion is at Heritage Park, and a replica village honouring the Native American people, the Tongva,who lived on this site. The park also has restored locomotives, an aviary and a café.
The biggest attraction in Santa Fe Springs is the ‘Swap Meet’, an open air market. It operates six days a week, with live entertainment over the weekend. Locals say that Saturday is the best day to visit.
Driving Tips for Southern California
In such a reliable climate as Southern California, it is hard to believe that rain can cause such a problem to drivers. Because it is so dry, they seem to have little provision for storm water run-off, and due to heavy traffic, wet roads quickly become oil slicks. Take extreme care in rain, and observe safe following distances.