You can reserve your ride today and start your road trip after February 1st 2019.
With an iconic starting and ending point and some spectacular places in between, a San Francisco to Las Vegas road trip is one of the best road trips in the U.S. And doing the trip in your RV or campervan just makes it that much more exciting.
On this journey you will leave San Francisco and head north to Napa Valley, then drive across California to Yosemite National Park. After spending some time in Yosemite, you will drive south to Sequoia National Park, and from there you will head down to Death Valley. Your second to last stop will be Hoover Dam, which is about 45 minutes away from your final stop, Las Vegas.
If you’ve dreamed of taking a road trip through California, you’re not alone. California is around 770 miles long and 250 miles wide, and much of it is stunning. This California road trip itinerary takes you from the jewel of northern California, San Francisco, to the iconic Los Angeles, with stops at some of California’s best sights along the way.
From deserts to forested mountains to beaches, California has a wide variety of beautiful sights, and with this Los Angeles to San Francisco road trip, you can see some of California’s most stunning spots.
Life is A Journey, Not A Destination
This ultimate 383 mile journey will guide you along the pacific coast between San Francisco and Los Angeles, making for one of the most iconic road trips.
It offers vast beaches, stunning views and monstrous mountains as far as the eye can see. Stopping in coastal beach towns is the perfect way to break up the drive as you RV your way along the coast.
Get on board of your campervan rv rental to start the best experience of your life! Start your journey from iconic Las Vegas, city famed for its vibrant nightlife, centered around 24-hour casinos, other entertainment options and enjoy a 5 day road trip to Los Angeles going through amazing and wild landscapes.
While driving between Vegas and LA, choose the road that passes through Mojave National Preserve and then head to Joshua Tree National Park.
A short 50 minutes drive will lead you to Palm Springs before heading to your final destination, Los Angeles.
Planning a road trip from New York to Seattle?
Jump on board of your camper van for an unforgettable journey.
The trip from New York to Seattle is a long 3000 miles and you will be crossing 13 states. We recommend you travel for a minimum of 22 days to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the most beautiful places on your way!
We have selected the best spots to make this adventure the best one of your life!
Depending on the route you choose, mountains, green valleys, verdant forests and even the Pacific Ocean provide stopping points for a road trip from Seattle to Las Vegas. The shortest drive, by a hair, is 1100 miles. The most leisurely is as long as you choose to make it but we suggest you do this road trip in about 15 to 20 days days to make sure you don’t miss out the treasures that this route can offer. Let’s the adventure begin…
Planning your US Road trip? Seattle to Los Angeles is one of the most scenic; the distance between Seattle and Los Angeles is 1100 miles. The landscape of the U.S. West Coast between Seattle and Los Angeles is some of the most beautiful in the world. It has the volcanoes of the Cascade Range, high deserts, ancient redwood forests, steep, forested coastlines, massive river basins, untamed wildlife. Get ready for adventure!
What better place to start your road trip than San Francisco? This city already has the legendary Golden Gate Bridge. Take your time exploring San Fran, grab a coffee with a view, and take a boat ride out to Alcatraz. Breathe in the fresh Californian breeze. This 180-mile road trip itinerary will point out the must-see places in the famous Yosemite National Park. Strap in, crank the A/C on and head on your way!
If an epic road trip from Miami to New York is on your bucket list, what are you waiting for? Just plan the thing already!
The most direct route from Miami Florida to New York is more than 20 hours of straight driving down the East coast—so we highly recommend you deviate a little from the main roads (and give your legs a good shake!) to stop off at a few of these hot spots en route.