Pick up a camper van rental in San Diego and then feel free to roam.
Explore Southern California and beyond by picking up a GoCamp camper van rental in San Diego! All GoCamp camper vans are road-trip ready, so it doesn’t matter whether you’re a San Diego local or an international traveler, all you’re gonna 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 as you set off in your San Diego camper van rental, we can help with that too. Here’s a few ideas to get those vanlife dreams poppin’.
Blanca is a Ford E150 custom camper van rental in San Diego. Blanca will take you to the beach, down forest roads, out to the desert, or to the top of the mountain pass in comfort and style. Park strategically and then open up her back doors for million dollar views, all while sitting comfortably in your cozy home on wheels.
This custom built camper van displays pride of ownership throughout. The owner is an avid surfer who can guide you toward the best waves, or send you inland on a scenic route through Southern California you won’t soon forget.
Blanca boasts a full kitchen with running water, 2 burner stove, fridge, and all the pots/plans/plates and silverware you could need. The slide-out memory foam bed is set up in a matter of seconds, and freshly laundered linens and towels are of course provided for your convenience. All you have to do is stop for groceries on the way out of town. Enjoy the convenience of solar power (with alternator backup) to power all of the appliances in the van, and charge portable electronics like phones, cameras, or laptop!
Super easy to drive, Blanca operates more similarly to a car than some of the larger style rigs. Pick up this beautiful camper van rental in San Diego and have a blast with “Blanca the Best.”
“Blanca was the perfect home for the long weekend. Her powerful V8 got us effortlessly up and into the mountains and efficient design made it easy to set up at perfect campsites all throughout Sequoia National Forest. Ben designed and built her out himself and you can feel the love and personal touches!”Tim August 2020
“The journey is the destination.” Cliché, perhaps. But pretty much always true, especially when you journey by camper van! Your camper van rental is a literal home on wheels, so whether you travel 50 miles or 500 miles outside of the San Diego city limits, whether you find an established campsite or you go boondocking, you are gonna have the best road trip, ever.
Sounds like “Oh hi!” and it feels like it, too. This earth-conscious community is about a 3 hour drive from San Diego, about 45 minutes east of Santa Barbara. Sunny Ojai is rich in outdoor activities, and finding a beautiful place to park your camper van won’t be a challenge. You can camp in public campgrounds, or find an exquisite slice of paradise by staying at a private Hipcamp property.
Always wanted to visit Yosemite but scared off by the crowds? Consider taking your camper van rental from San Diego to Idyllwild for similar scenery, and far fewer tourists! This charming little town is tucked in the San Jacinto Mountains only two hours away from San Diego. You’ll always be in a 5-star stay when you camp in a GoCamp camper van, so you’ll have a luxurious home to return to after hiking the trails in Mount San Jacinto State Park.
The name alone evokes feelings of sunshine on the skin, arm out the window, your sunglasses gaze pointed up to the tops of palm trees. This iconic Southern California town has plenty to offer on its own, or meander through in camper van comfort en route to Joshua Tree.
Be prepared to be charmed. You’re going to want to park it for a bit and stroll through this historic Danish village in the Santa Ynez Valley. Just north of Los Angeles, Solvang is about a 4 hour drive from San Diego. Pop in to any number of local bakeries and pick up an authentic Danish pastry (or several) to nosh on in your GoCamp camper van.
The Sierra Nevadas are a year-round destination. Mammoth Lakes is a 6 1/2 hour drive from San Diego, and you’ll be driving with your jaw on the floor for most of it. Mammoth sized mountains, lakes, valleys, and opportunities for adventure are yours for the sampling. And if the overwhelm gets to ya, just pull over, climb on top of your camper van maybe, and binge-watch the nature channel.