There’s no better way to enjoy some relaxation on a pristine Santa Barbara beach this summer than from the comfort of an RV. When you rent a travel trailer from 101 RV Rentals, we will deliver it right to your destination and complete all of the on-site setup for your convenience. After all, we want you to get the most out of your well-deserved time away. Whether you are a seasoned RV camper or still a novice, consider a travel trailer delivery to Carpinteria State Beach.
Camping at Carpinteria State Beach
Situated just south of Santa Barbara, Carpinteria State Beach offers activities to engage the whole family. You can enjoy pier fishing or search for wildlife, such as whales, seals, and sea lions. If you want to get your adrenaline flowing, you will find hang gliding, kiteboarding, surfing, beach volleyball, kayaking, and biking among some of the things you can fill your beach time with. If you prefer more mellow activities, you can wander through the tide pools or walk along the boardwalk.
The Easy RV Rental Delivery Process
Once you have made all of the necessary reservations for both your campsite and your travel trailer, 101 RV Rentals will deliver the camper directly to your campsite. We will take care of all on-site setup entirely, including parking and leveling of the travel trailer, as well as connecting all available utility hookups. You will also receive a safety and operation demonstration on the trailer before we leave it with you. On the date of your departure, we will pick up your trailer rental at 10:00 a.m.
Request Your Travel Trailer Quote
101 RV Rentals is proud to offer our renowned delivery service of budget-friendly travel trailers to Santa Barbara camping areas, where we are the often only rental company permitted to deliver to them. Besides our RV delivery, we offer RV maintenance and repair, RV solar panel installation, RV sales, and RV and boat detailing. Contact us today at (805) 210-7391 to request a quote or rent your travel trailer. We serve residents and visitors in Santa Barbara, California, and beyond.
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