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    We're planning a road trip in California this July. As part of this we're meeting up with an old friend in LA for three days. We planned on setting up camp in Malibu and hiring a car to travel around as the idea of an RV in the city is not appealing. However we want to do the Warner Bros tour, which doesn't run on weekends so we need to do that on our last morning, after checking out of the Rv park and handing back the hire car.

    Can we drive from Malibu to Warner Bros in an RV (30ft) and will we able to park in the lot there for the morning while we do the tour, or is there only room for cars?

    Any advice welcome

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    Join Date
    May 2003
    Green County, Wisconsin


    Welcome to the RTA forum!

    I think your best bet may be to call WB directly and find out. I get the impression that parking is fairly limited.

    Have you considered dropping off the RV right when you arrive in LA? Planning to rent a car to get around the city is a good idea, but when you look at the cost of extra RV rental days as well as campground fees, i bet you could stay in a pretty nice hotel for the same rate, and you wouldn't have to worry about the RV parking issues at the end. Of course, this is assuming you are starting or ending your trip in LA.

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    Thanks...of course LA's in the middle of the trip. I'll contact WB and also think about extending our car hire for the morning.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Southern California


    I can answer that about the RV in the Warner Bros lot: that lot can be jammed, and if I recall (2008) it wouldn't be easy to maneuver in that lot with an RV. I'd really suggest a rental car and a hotel in LA.

    We really enjoyed that tour. For us, it was part of a "one tank vacation" in 2008. We spent 3 days in Disneyland and California Adventure, then went up to the Warner Bros tour on the 4th day.

    We stayed at the EconoLodge in Glendale, I believe. It looks like a low-class neighborhood at first, but it was fine. The price per night was "right", too. Just don't look for a fancy continental breakfast the next morning. They had sweet rolls, juice, milk, dry cereal (1 choice, Cheerios) and coffee.


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