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19 Day California/Arizona/Utah/Nevada RV Trip

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Day 1 :
  • Arrive in LA and pick up your RV. Drive up the coast to camp at Leo Carrillo State Park on the beach where we can set up surfing lessons if you want or just relax for the rest of the day and watch the sun set over the horizon.
Day 2 :
  • Hit the road early to Palm Springs. If you’re feeling adventurous, stop on the way in to rent ATV’s. Check into your hotel so you can enjoy the pool and a nice hot shower. Maybe indulge in a spa treatment.
Day 3 :
  • Head up to Joshua Tree and stop in famous Pioneer Town on the way. Eat at Pappy and Harriets Honky Tonk bar before heading into Joshua Tree National Park to stay in one of their many campsites. You’ll get the best view of the stars here in the high desert.
Day 4 :
  • Take you time waking up and head east to Sedona. One of the most beautiful places in the southwest. Check into your campsite situated near the river and relax for the afternoon. Maybe enjoy a walk into town for some food or shopping. Relax for the rest of the day as there are lots of options for activities tomorrow.
Day 5 :
  • If you’re an early riser and feeling adventurous maybe take a hot air ballon ride. There are tons of hikes and you don’t want to miss Slide Rock. It’s an amazing place to hike and swim. If you want to head off the beaten path we have private guides who can take you to some hidden gems but there are also lots of hikes to do on your own. One thing you won’t want to miss is riding dune buggies on the off-road trails. We had such a blast doing it and we highly recommend. Fairly certain you’ll be exhausted by the end of the day so relaxing at the campground in the evening might be a good option.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and drive to the Grand Canyon. You’ll arrive late in the day at the Grand Canyon. Hopefully in time to see the sun set from the south rim. An amazing and unforgettable experience. Stay in one of their many amazing campgrounds. Cook over a campfire and stare at the stars.
Day 7 :
  • It should be noted that it’s worth it to rise early and watch the sunrise. Lots of hiking and exploring. We can arrange for private guided hikes, horseback riding or Helicopter tours for you and your fellow travelers. Let us know and we can get you pricing for these.
Day 8 :
  • We have a few backroads that are longer but worth the drive and it’s unbelievably beautiful. Stop at Horseshoe Bend before heading to your Campsite near Lake Powell.
Day 9 :
  • Lot’s to do here from Lake activities, boat and jet ski rentals but you can’t leave this area without seeing Antelope Canyon. Located on an Indian reservation and it does require a reservation to do the tour. YOU CAN NOT MISS THIS! Hot air ballooning in the area is also amazing.
Day 10 :
  • Start your journey and make sure when you arrive in Moab to do the drive through Arches National Park. If you’re really up for a challenge we can set up a private rock climbing excursion. You’ll arrive at your campground and if you’re feeling up to it head into town for some food or just relax in the RV.
Day 11 :
  • We suggest getting up early to drive to Escalante. This is one of the prettiest drives in the whole US and it’s where our favorite property is. It’s an upscale glamping experience with luxury cabins, air streams and RV camping. Once the sun goes down be ready for a treat as they have a drive in movie theatre complete with 50’s cars to sit in and free popcorn!
Day 12 :
  • Get up early to explore the area and it’s many hikes. We can set up a private guide to take you to some of the local hidden gems. Horseback riding and dune buggies are an option as well. Probably best to head to Zion midday and check into your campsite. We have a few in the area to choose from.
Day 13 :
  • Wake up and have a quick breakfast before exploring Zion National Park. We recommend hiking the narrows. One of the best hikes we’ve done. It’s a must see!
Day 14 :
  • Get an early start and on your way take a drive through Valley of Fire to see it’s many rock formations and colors. In the evening we recommend attending the Meow Wolf exhibit, and see either Absinthe or a Cirque du Soiled show. Whatever you do, you’ll be tired by the end of the day.
Day 15 :
  • Leave early and make your way to Death Valley. Take the Red Rock Canyon loop on your way. It’s stunning! Before checking into your hotel or campground head over to Bad water to see their mini salt flats.
Day 16 :
  • Wake up early and make your way over to the sand dunes and Mosaic canyon. From there you’re already on your way to your next destination, Alabama Hills! Lot’s of great slot canyons and nature to check out near your campground.
Day 17 :
  • Wake up early and hit the road as there is so much beauty on this drive you’re gonna want to stop every 5 minutes. You’ll head into Yosemite Valley and check into your campground. Get settled before venturing out to explore the views of Half Dome, El Capitan, lower Yosemite Falls and be sure to make your way to the meadows in the evening to see the deer come out to graze.
Day 18 :
  • Lots of options today but we recommend hiking the Mist Trail, the Mirror Lake hike or riding bikes around the valley. Don’t forget to visit the Ansel Adams museum and if you’re feeling really adventurous do the full day hike to the top of Half Dome. You’ll need tickets for this so let us know and we can arrange in getting them if they are available. Have a nice diner at the Ahwahnee Hotel if you’re staying in Yosemite valley. It’s a beautiful property.
Day 19 :
  • Drive back to LA to return the RV and fly home.
Day 1 :
  • Arrive in LA and pick up your RV. Drive up the coast to camp at Leo Carrillo State Park on the beach where we can set up surfing lessons if you want or just relax for the rest of the day and watch the sun set over the horizon.
Day 2 :
  • Hit the road early to Palm Springs. If you’re feeling adventurous, stop on the way in to rent ATV’s. Check into your hotel so you can enjoy the pool and a nice hot shower. Maybe indulge in a spa treatment.
Day 3 :
  • Head up to Joshua Tree and stop in famous Pioneer Town on the way. Eat at Pappy and Harriets Honky Tonk bar before heading into Joshua Tree National Park to stay in one of their many campsites. You’ll get the best view of the stars here in the high desert.
Day 4 :
  • Take you time waking up and head east to Sedona. One of the most beautiful places in the southwest. Check into your campsite situated near the river and relax for the afternoon. Maybe enjoy a walk into town for some food or shopping. Relax for the rest of the day as there are lots of options for activities tomorrow.
Day 5 :
  • If you’re an early riser and feeling adventurous maybe take a hot air ballon ride. There are tons of hikes and you don’t want to miss Slide Rock. It’s an amazing place to hike and swim. If you want to head off the beaten path we have private guides who can take you to some hidden gems but there are also lots of hikes to do on your own. One thing you won’t want to miss is riding dune buggies on the off-road trails. We had such a blast doing it and we highly recommend. Fairly certain you’ll be exhausted by the end of the day so relaxing at the campground in the evening might be a good option.
Day 6 :
  • Wake up early and drive to the Grand Canyon. You’ll arrive late in the day at the Grand Canyon. Hopefully in time to see the sun set from the south rim. An amazing and unforgettable experience. Stay in one of their many amazing campgrounds. Cook over a campfire and stare at the stars.
Day 7 :
  • It should be noted that it’s worth it to rise early and watch the sunrise. Lots of hiking and exploring. We can arrange for private guided hikes, horseback riding or Helicopter tours for you and your fellow travelers. Let us know and we can get you pricing for these.
Day 8 :
  • We have a few backroads that are longer but worth the drive and it’s unbelievably beautiful. Stop at Horseshoe Bend before heading to your Campsite near Lake Powell.
Day 9 :
  • Lot’s to do here from Lake activities, boat and jet ski rentals but you can’t leave this area without seeing Antelope Canyon. Located on an Indian reservation and it does require a reservation to do the tour. YOU CAN NOT MISS THIS! Hot air ballooning in the area is also amazing.
Day 10 :
  • Start your journey and make sure when you arrive in Moab to do the drive through Arches National Park. If you’re really up for a challenge we can set up a private rock climbing excursion. You’ll arrive at your campground and if you’re feeling up to it head into town for some food or just relax in the RV.
Day 11 :
  • We suggest getting up early to drive to Escalante. This is one of the prettiest drives in the whole US and it’s where our favorite property is. It’s an upscale glamping experience with luxury cabins, air streams and RV camping. Once the sun goes down be ready for a treat as they have a drive in movie theatre complete with 50’s cars to sit in and free popcorn!
Day 12 :
  • Get up early to explore the area and it’s many hikes. We can set up a private guide to take you to some of the local hidden gems. Horseback riding and dune buggies are an option as well. Probably best to head to Zion midday and check into your campsite. We have a few in the area to choose from.
Day 13 :
  • Wake up and have a quick breakfast before exploring Zion National Park. We recommend hiking the narrows. One of the best hikes we’ve done. It’s a must see!
Day 14 :
  • Get an early start and on your way take a drive through Valley of Fire to see it’s many rock formations and colors. In the evening we recommend attending the Meow Wolf exhibit, and see either Absinthe or a Cirque du Soiled show. Whatever you do, you’ll be tired by the end of the day.
Day 15 :
  • Leave early and make your way to Death Valley. Take the Red Rock Canyon loop on your way. It’s stunning! Before checking into your hotel or campground head over to Bad water to see their mini salt flats.
Day 16 :
  • Wake up early and make your way over to the sand dunes and Mosaic canyon. From there you’re already on your way to your next destination, Alabama Hills! Lot’s of great slot canyons and nature to check out near your campground.
Day 17 :
  • Wake up early and hit the road as there is so much beauty on this drive you’re gonna want to stop every 5 minutes. You’ll head into Yosemite Valley and check into your campground. Get settled before venturing out to explore the views of Half Dome, El Capitan, lower Yosemite Falls and be sure to make your way to the meadows in the evening to see the deer come out to graze.
Day 18 :
  • Lots of options today but we recommend hiking the Mist Trail, the Mirror Lake hike or riding bikes around the valley. Don’t forget to visit the Ansel Adams museum and if you’re feeling really adventurous do the full day hike to the top of Half Dome. You’ll need tickets for this so let us know and we can arrange in getting them if they are available. Have a nice diner at the Ahwahnee Hotel if you’re staying in Yosemite valley. It’s a beautiful property.
Day 19 :
  • Drive back to LA to return the RV and fly home.
Q: Do I have to stick to the itinerary?
A: You're free to do what you want and go at your own pace, however your hotel reservations will be strict and hard to shuffle around. These itineraries have you seeing and doing a lot. If you prefer to take your time a little more. Contact us to custom build this trip. These itineraries are for the active and adventurous traveler.
Q: How do I book activities?
A: Some of them you will be able to book with us and others are first come, first serve as they are smaller vendors. After you book Your detailed itinerary will have all that information.
Q: How much driving each day will I do?
A: We estimate 3-5 hours of straight driving as you head to a new destination. Assuming you'll stop along the way and see things it could be longer. We suggest getting an early start each day. After you book, your detailed itinerary will have all that information, including times to start your day etc.
Q: What is the best time of year to do these trips?
A: April - October is best. Many of the destinations are at higher elevations so there might be snow along the mountain passes. July and August can be very hot in some parts of these trips so keep that in mind as well.
Q: What sort of clothing do we need?
A: Because you are going to high and low elevations it would be good to pack for both warm and cold weather. Good hiking shoes for sure and an extra pair in case they get wet. Comfortable clothing and layers is best. Maybe bring one nice outfit if you're going to go somewhere nice in one of the locations.
Q: What else might we need to think about bringing?
A: Bring extra water containers to keep in the RV, bug spray and sunscreen. Also a good pair of sunglasses.

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