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Among the most affordable ways to explore Los Angeles is by driving a rented RV across southern California. At first glance, RV parks and campgrounds may appear few and far between in the City of Angels. However, a large percentage of local RV parks are situated steps from one of the city's many iconic Pacific Ocean beaches.
Fame and fortune have long ranked high on the long list of Los Angeles attractions, even though most film studios are now located a fair distance from Hollywood. Another popular attraction, Disneyland, actually stands south of Los Angeles in neighbouring Orange County. Many of the area's wealthiest and best known communities, including Pacific Palisades and Bel-Air, are located on the city's west side alongside seaside Santa Monica and luxurious Beverly Hills.
Unlike many other major cities, most famous Los Angeles attractions are situated far from its downtown area. Downtown Los Angeles, however, remains one of the city's most walkable areas and is centred around the Los Angeles Plaza Historic District. The bustling Olvera Street Mexican marketplace takes place near the Avila Adobe, the city's oldest surviving residence.
Many Los Angeles visitors, however, spend most of their time in the affluent Westside district. The Getty Museum Center and Villa is actually two separate museums. The Malibu Villa contains ancient works of Greek and Roman art, while more modern masterpieces are displayed in the Pacific Palisades Center. The Los Angeles Beaches Bike Trail connects the beaches of Torrance and Will Rogers State Historic Park. Fisherman's Village, located between Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach in Marina del Rey, feels like a piece of New England in the middle of Southern California.
Griffith Park, the state's second biggest city park, offers the best views of both the stars in the sky from the Griffith Observatory and the iconic Hollywood sign. The Los Angeles Zoo and Travel Town Museum are also part of this sprawling green space bigger than New York City's Central Park. Budding palaeontologists may enjoy seeing the life-size models of woolly mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers, and many of the other prehistoric animals who disappeared in the tar pits where the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits now stands.
The original heart of the Los Angeles film industry, Hollywood remains home to its namesake wax museum and walk of fame. The Forecourt of the Stars at the TCL Chinese Theater contains handprints and footprints from countless celebrities. Hollywood's only surviving film studio, Paramount Pictures Studios, gives two hour guided tours of some of its most famous film and television sets.
Few other Los Angeles RV parks are more conveniently located than AAA Trailer Home Estates. This open park is within walking distance of the Metro Train Station and several bus stops. Five nearby freeways can transport motorists to Hollywood, Burbank, or downtown Los Angeles within minutes.
The downtown Long Beach waterfront supplies the scenic backdrop at Golden Shore RV Resort, situated at the end of Interstate 710. A swimming pool, spa, fire pit, and convenience store are all part of the property.
Some of California's richest and most famous live steps from Malibu Beach RV Park, which looks down on Dan Blocker State Beach along the Pacific Coast Highway. Visitors can watch whales in March, April, October, or November as well as dolphins all year long.
Anaheim Resort RV Park is an ideal location for visitors which rank Disneyland among their must-see attractions. The Anaheim Resort Transit travels between the RV park and Disneyland at least once every 30 minutes.
Once RV motorists escape the constant gridlock of Los Angeles traffic, driving in California is relatively easy. Special precautions should be taken when driving on more isolated mountain or desert roads. Driving under the influence (80 mg/dL) is forbidden and all driving is on the right.