With a campervan rental you’re able to store your things in an easy-to-drive central base. Then at the end of the day, prepare a delicious meal from your mobile kitchen and relax in a cozy queen-size bed.
RVs Too Large? Get A Sequoia Campervan Rental For The Ultimate Adventure!
Similar to an RV, a campervan offers a working kitchen, a table and bench, and a queen-size bed. However, it’s all much more compact for ease of use. The bed only folds out when you need it, and you have a working kitchen by just opening your van’s back doors. So it’s like you’re driving this hidden campsite that can be deployed whenever you need it.
When you have a campervan rental, your road trip isn’t limited to the main roads or those crowded RV campsites. Campervans can easily fit into smaller tent sites. And you don’t need the electric or sewer hookups like an RV does. Campervans are also an option for dispersed camping!
The kitchen fitout in the back of our Mavericks model.
But Which Escape Campervan Should You Rent For Sequoia?
There are a few things to consider when choosing which Escape Campervan to take to Sequoia. We have the Mavericks, Big Sur, and Santa Cruz campers at the Los Angeles depot as well as the San Francisco depot.
Our most popular campervan is the Mavericks. This Escape campervan has a soft queen-size bed, foldaway in-van table and benches, a 2-burner propane stove, dual powered refrigerator, and a sink. The Mavericks is ideal for romantic getaways to Sequoia. But it can sleep 5, so feel free to bring the whole family. We also offer rooftop sleepers if you’d like your kids to sleep on their own.
If you need more room for your family and gear, or if taking a longer, more epic trip, look into the Big Sur campervan. With the Big Sur you get the same amenities as the Mavericks. Yet you have more space so that you don’t need to fold down the bucket seats to make your queen-size bed. The Big Sur also has additional storage space for all your gear. You can even go for the rooftop sleeper.
For individual travelers or couples, consider the Santa Cruz campervan model. This still gives you the usefulness of our bigger campervan models in a compact form. *The Santa Cruz Camper is only offered at our Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas depots.
All campervans rentals feature our unique hand-painted exteriors that help you show your adventurous spirit. You can even rent campervan extras for Sequoia like picnic tables, tents, and child safety seats to make your trip even better. And with each rental, you’ll get excellent customer care and 24/7 roadside assistance absolutely free!
Where Will You Pick Up Your Sequoia Campervan Rental?
You can pick up your Escape campervan in Los Angeles to start your campervan trip to Sequoia. Our depot is on W Century Blvd in Inglewood, which is just a six-minute Uber, Lyft, or cab ride from the Los Angeles International Airport.
Our Los Angeles campervan depot team will show you around your Escape campervan so you understand how everything works. Don’t forget to ask any questions you have before leaving — especially about Sequoia National Park. We’ll have tips and tricks that will make you love your Escape campervan rental even more!
The Best Way To Get To Sequoia From Los Angeles!
Starting from the Los Angeles Escape depot, it should take about 3.5 hours to get to Sequoia, heading north on CA-65 N. Once you reach Sequoia National Park, use the Ash Mountain Entrance. Entry fees are $35 for cars and are valid for 7 days in both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Entrance to Sequoia and Kings Canyon is included if you own a National Park pass.
What Are Awesome Places To Camp At Sequoia National Park?
Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks have 14 campgrounds between them. Most campgrounds are first-come, first-serve, but a few do accept reservations. The busy season runs from March through September, and only three campgrounds are open year-round. Campgrounds do not have RV hookups, which isn’t a big deal for campervan camping.
The most popular campsites are at Lodgepole Campground close to the Giant Forest area or Potwisha Campground. For smaller, more intimate campsites, you can try Buckeye Flat or Cold Springs. Or try dispersed camping outside Sequoia with your Escape campervan. Remember, dispersed camping sites don’t have any modern amenities, so you want to abide by the Leave No Trace principles.
Book An Escape Campervan And Visit Sequoia National Park Today!
There’s no better time than now to see why a Sequoia National Park campervan rental is the perfect way to vacation! To start your campervan trip, simply hit the Book Now button located on the top, right of the page. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to make arrangements with our reservations team. Then start dreaming of an unbelievable trip to Sequoia!
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