Book A RV on the Eastern Sierra

Big Pine, Ca. – New adventure awaits on the Eastern sierra Front this year. And now visitors have a new resource to help them enjoy their trip. Eastern Sierra RV Rentals opened their doors this fall and are ready for seasonal reservations for fishermen, vacation travelers, or family campouts. 

Keystone Hideout 28′
Grand Design Transend 28′

Vacation trailer rentals in some of the most scenic areas of the Eastern Sierra. An idea born out of one part need and a second part challenge. Andre and Nick Nersesian, (A father and Son business) are former owners of the Country Kitchen in Big Pine California. After employee shortages resulted in the new lifestyles and demands after the covid pandemic, they were forced to close the restaurant and decided to follow their other passion of RV and fishing as a business model.

Eastern Sierra Rv Rentals will start the season with Multiple 28′ RV trailers that can be rented and used at a host of Eastern Sierra Pre-approved camp locations between Lone Pine and June Lake.

Speaking with Andre, a local fly fishing guide on Crowley Lake, here are his recommended tips for renting a trailer in 2023.

  1.   Contact Eastern Sierra RV to inquire about availability for the date you wish to camp.
  2. They provide a list of approved campgrounds and Renters will need to reserve their camp spot for those dates. (Note: Eastern Sierra RV does not rent to campers outside of Approved camp locations)
  3. Once Campspot is reserved, follow up and book your trailer with Andre or Nick.
  4. Show up at the Campsite at 2 pm the first day of your campout, and the trailer will be set up and stocked for your campout adventure vacation.
  5. When your vacation is done, leave it as you found it and let the team at Eastern Sierra RV rentals take care of the rest.

There are several supply lists for what is included and what you will need to bring online at

Camping June Lake

Regional Campsites Areas Served on the Eastern Sierra

Do the trailers have electricity and water?

All trailers have electricity and running water. All electric and water functions will work when staying at a full hook-up site (water, electric, sewer). When dry camping (no water, electric, sewer hook-ups), you can either conserve your battery while the solar panel keeps a charge or rent a generator from us. 

When dry camping, water supply will be limited to the trailer’s tank capacity (60 gallons), which we fill before your stay. With a little conserving of water, this will be plenty for your stay. We can replenish the water tank during your stay if needed for an additional fee. We also provide a mobile sewage pump-out service for an additional fee, although it is rarely required. AC/heater, microwave, TV and 120v wall outlets will not run on solar, you must rent a generator to run these while dry camping.

Eastern Sierra RV Rentals is a family owned and operated business founded on our love and passion for the outdoors. As avid campers, hikers, fishermen and all things outdoors, it was only natural for us to share our passion for outdoor getaways. For us, getting outside means getting in touch with our inner selves by enjoying all that mother nature has to offer. Let us provide you with a comfortable, clean set-up to allow you to experience the great outdoors in style!



Publisher of Sierra Rec Magazine. An avid hiker and explorer of mountain lifestyle and adventure. I love to discover new trails, hike along rivers and hang a hammock along the shores of a mountain lake. I often great people on the trail and have found some of my favorite places from the advice of people I meet in the Wilderness. I love the sierra and just like sharing what I know.

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