Rent a camper van in Los Angeles and you’ll be seeing stars! All GoCamp camper vans are road-trip-ready. So it doesn’t matter whether you’re a Los Angeles local or an international traveler. All you’ll need are some groceries, your favorite travel clothes, and a sense of wanderlust. We’ll take care of the rest! And hey. If you’d like some ideas on where to go and what to do, we can help! Here are a few ideas to get you on the road.
If you're looking for a camper van with all the bells and whistles, then Vangela Davis is the van for you! Equipped with an outdoor shower, toilet, and even a tv, this Vangela Davis has it all.
Ready to cook up some tasty eats? Vangela's kitchen has tons of storage space, running water, and a dual-burner gas stove to fry up that mouth-watering post-hike meal. With a built-in electric refrigerator, spacious counter tops, and outdoor views, cooking dinner could just be the highlight of your trip!
What's even better is that Vangela Davis is not only festival-friendly, but also a cold weather beast! So no matter the time of year of event, Vangela is ready to hit the road with all the comforts of home.
“The van came with pine cones to light up in the mini wood stove. Super cute! The fire didn’t last too long which makes sense since it’s so tiny, but it definitely warmed up the space quickly!”Kristine November 2020
Leave the bright lights of the big city and wander the wide-open roads of the Southwest! A GoCamp camper van rental has you covered no matter the weather with a fully-stocked kitchen. This means you can enjoy the best dining the west coast has to offer no matter the time of year! And just in case you want to park it somewhere suuuuper special, here’s how to camp on private land.
The 7-hour drive from Los Angeles to Sedona will fly by as you sail through the desert in camper van comfort. Be sure to take a cruise along the Red Rock Scenic Byway and visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Big skies and mind-blowing sunsets are dished up daily in and around Sedona, and there’s no better way to enjoy it than in a camper van.
Red River, New Mexico
If you have time to spare, consider pointing your rig toward Red River, New Mexico. There will be plenty of room in your camper van for bikes and fishing poles or any other adventure accessories your heart desires to bring with you to this mountain town playground.
Camera ready? Joshua Tree National Park is no stranger to road-trippers and daydreamers, but don’t assume that’s all there is to see. A whole new breathtaking world is just a 2-hour drive from Los Angeles, straddling the Mojave Desert and the Colorado Desert. With sooo much more to see, Joshua Tree never disappoints.
White Sands, New Mexico
The glistening white sands of New Mexico are one of the world’s wonders that you’ll want to add to the road trip itinerary. White Sands National Park preserves hundreds of miles of a remarkable gypsum dunefield. Find a drive-in camping spot for your camper van rental and settle in for an otherworldly landscape just outside your camper van doors.
Zion National Park, Utah
Scenic Southwest Utah is closer than you might think from the bustle of Los Angeles. Pick up your Los Angeles camper van rental in the morning, and you’ll be serving up afternoon snacks near Zion National Park. And eat up! You’ll want all the calories you can get before you head out on any number of incredible hikes, like Angel’s Landing, or The Narrows.