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If you’re traveling to Hemet, California in your RV this spring or summer, we have a few destinations you should stop at along your route.
Go on a Beach Tour
By following the large sandy coastline along the Southern California border, you will be lead to a few of the area’s stunning beaches. What’s great about visiting places like Venice Beach, Dana Point, Newport Beach, and La Jolla Cove is that they are located near metropolitan areas of activity; walk along the boardwalks, stop for a drink, and admire the unforgettable oceanfront view on your stay.
East of Ridgecrest California there lies an enrapturing sight. The Trona Pinnacles beguile tourists from all over; these enigmatic spires rise from the Searles Dry Lake Basin, creating a celestial landscape that makes even the Milky Way visible from the reclusive desert. As the sun sets and the stars reveal themselves, you will be thankful you stopped by. This destination is perfect for the RV camper who loves astrophotography and nature photography.
Wade through Wine Country
Only 30 miles long and five miles wide, Napa Valley in Northern California is the go-to destination for those who enjoy freshly squeezed grape wine and the finer things in life. We recommend parking your RV in the northern end of the valley where the land is privately owned, or near the Napa County Fairgrounds downtown where you can stop and take in the breathtaking view of Mount St. Helena right from your windshield.
When you’re on such a thrilling adventure, you’re bound to encounter varying weather conditions, regardless of where you’re traveling. If you encounter the elements on your trip and are in need of any replacement siding, entry doors, or need a place to store your RV while passing through the area, Hemet Valley RV can offer you the right services. We also rent out RV and trailer storage for a variety of needs. Call us at 951-765-5075 or stop by our facility!