Nocturnal Wonderland 2017 is fast approaching, and Headliners from near and far are preparing for a weekend of massive tunes and endless dancing here in SoCal. This year, we’re going all out to bring you an amazing camping experience, with three full nights of camping and tons of interactive activities. And there’s no better way to camp in style than with our Nocturnal Wonderland RV camping options.

But securing your sweet ride can be trickier than it seems. We’re here to make your life a little easier with the Nocturnal Wonderland RV Camping guide, a breakdown of some of the area’s best selections, prices, and styles for RV rentals. Now you can spend less time searching for great deals and more time creating awesome campsite decorations.

Read our comprehensive guide to Nocturnal Wonderland 2017 RV Camping, and grab your RV camping passes now—spots are going fast!

LOCATION

First things first: Where are you coming from? Find your hometown below, and check out our associated RV rental recommendations. We’ve broken it down by the most popular regions for ticketholders, and RV dealers are listed by price, from lowest to highest.

Los Angeles

San Diego

  • Travel Time Rentals: from $133/night
  • El Monte RV: from $144/night
  • Cruise America: from $145/night
  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

Las Vegas

  • Escape Campervans: from $75/night
  • JUCY Rentals: from $77/night
  • El Monte RV: from $144/night

Fontana/San Bernardino/Riverside

  • OCRV: from $99/night
  • El Monte RV: from $144/night
  • Cruise America: from $145/night
  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

Anaheim/Santa Ana

  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

Long Beach

  • Cruise America: from $145/night
  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

San Francisco/San Jose

  • Escape Campervans: from $75/night
  • JUCY Rentals: from $77/night
  • El Monte RV: from $144/night
  • Cruise America: from $145/night
  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

Sacramento

  • Cruise America: from $145/night
  • Luxe RV Rental: from $295/night

Phoenix

  • Escape Campervans: from $75/night
  • El Monte RV: from $144/night
  • Cruise America: from $145/night

STYLE

Next, it’s all about the style. Below, we’re breaking down each of the RV dealers by their selection of RV sizes, perks, and more.

JUCY Rentals

Specializing in 17-foot-long mini RVs, JUCY is the ideal company to rent from when it’s just you and a friend (the Wavefarer, from $77/night) or for a rave family of four (the Trailblazer, from $80/night). Both options come with two gas stoves, a kitchen sink, double beds, and a fridge, and they each get great gas mileage, making this package a no-brainer for small groups coming from farther distances.

Escape Campervans

With locations in L.A., Las Vegas, San Francisco, and Phoenix, Escape Campervans caters to a wide set of campers. Their two options for RVs offer a similarly diverse set of perks. The mini Ventura van (from $75/night) sleeps two and features a solar-powered fridge and battery chargers, with plates, utensils, and cookware included. The slightly larger Mavericks van sleeps three and comes equipped with a foldable in-van table, camping chairs, power cord, and air conditioning.

Cruise America

A veritable behemoth of RV rentals, Cruise America has pickup locations all over the US, offering several options when it comes to RV size and added perks. Clocking in at 19 feet long, their Compact size (from $145/night) sleeps three and features tall ceilings to ensure no one has to hunch over inside. Plus, each Compact van comes with an electric generator, stereo sound system, full mini-kitchen, a master bedroom, and a foldout bed in the dining area. The larger sizes offer showers, full kitchens, and more beds: Standard (25 feet long, from $160/night) sleeps up to five people (three beds), while Large (30 feet long, from $130/night) sleeps up to seven (four beds).

Luxe RV Rental

On the pricier end of the spectrum, Luxe RV Rental stands out for two reasons: its ridiculously chic selection of campervans and its promise to deliver your RV rental directly to you anywhere in California. Choose from options like the roomy, 25.5-foot Mercedes Winnebago (from $375/night), which sleeps six and runs at an impressive-for-its-size 22 miles per gallon; the 25-foot Mercedes Coachmen Prism (from $325/night), which sleeps six and features LED lights and tinted windows; the 24-foot Leisure Serenity RV (from $375/night), which sleeps four and includes tons of hidden storage; and many more.

OCRV

It’s worth the haul out to Chino for the small-time RV rental dealership that is OCRV. Small business means smaller prices than the bigger rental joints, and the selections range from an 18-foot trailer that sleeps five (from $99/night) to a 29-foot mega-trailer that sleeps 10 (from $139/night).

Travel Time Rentals

With locations all over the greater San Diego area, Travel Time Rentals is convenient for more than just easy pickup. The rental dealership also offers delivery to your house and several options of RVs, including 25-, 27-, 28-, 29-, and 30-foot-long models, which sleep between four and eight adults and range in starting price from $133–186 per night.

El Monte RV

If you’re looking for the classic as-seen-on-TV RV experience, look no further than El Monte RV. Their standard Cabover Style C22 RV (from $144/night) sleeps five and comes with the basics: microwave, air conditioning, kitchen sink, ‘50s-style wooden cabinets, and more. Larger styles will run you slightly more (from $164/night, sleeps six; from $219/night, sleeps eight), but the amenities will be about the same.

THINGS TO KNOW

While this list is a nice start, it’s always smart to do your own research as well. Some questions to ask and concerns to keep in mind while you’re perusing for the perfect RV rental:

Can you leave your car at the dealership when you pick up your RV? Or will you need to get dropped off and picked up pre- and post-Nocturnal?

  • Will you need an after-hours pickup or drop-off option?
  • What kind of cooking, if any, are you planning to do in your RV?
  • What appliances are must-haves?
  • How far is your drive to the festival?
  • What kind of gas mileage can you get to save at the pump?

OTHER RV RENTAL OPTIONS

In addition to the traditional RV rental dealerships, there are alternative options to explore. Websites like RVshare.com and ShareMyCoach.com allow private owners to list their RVs for rent for a weekend trip, oftentimes at a fraction of the cost of a rental company.

After reading our Nocturnal Wonderland 2017 RV camping guide, make sure you shop around. You’re sure to find the perfect RV for the fantasy campsite you’ve been dreaming up. Happy hunting, Headliners!

Nocturnal Wonderland 2017 takes place Friday, September 15, and Saturday, September 16, at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, CA. For more information, visit the official website.

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