RV Resorts California

RV resorts California provide a variety of options from the northern areas of wine country to the southern tip bordering Arizona. RVer's can stay in one area or travel from one end of the state to another, seeing all that California has to offer. Whether you want a family getaway, a romantic weekend, or are looking for a full month of rest and relaxation, California RV parks are sure to have something within your budget.

Wine Country

For the wine connoisseur and nature lover, the Dutcher Creek is one of the RV resorts California that provide peace and quiet among the West Coast's vineyards. The park is located in Cloverdale, just off of Highway 101 and is open year round, so you can visit the wildlife residents, such as deer, any time you want. It features fishing and boating on Lake Sonoma and kayaking and canoeing in the Russian River. For those of you who prefer the town to the tress, local gaming and shopping is a viable option in the nearby town of Healdsburg. Of course, you may also opt to visit the vineyards, relax by the pool, or go on a hike around the lake.

Dutcher Creek sits on top of a hill and consists of 25 acres with 38 full 30 or 50 amp hookups, laundry facilities, showers, a picnic area, BBQ's, and storage for boats or RV’s. RV sites are available on a nightly, weekly, or monthly basis, the last of which requires an application process, and guests with tents pay per day. For current rates you can call the company at 707-894-4829.

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Santa Cruz

RV resorts California are quite popular in Santa Cruz and a visit there may have you staying at the Santa Cruz Ranch RV Park. This locale has 106 full hook up sites, including cable and WIFI but only offer 30 amps of electric power. The park does not allow camp fires and only table top grills can be used, as this is a safety precaution since California is prone to forest fires due to the extreme summer heat. Tent sites are also available for up to four people, one tent, and one car, though both types of sites require a daily resort fee of $3.00.

This particular RV resort provides its guests with a coin-operated laundry room, shower facilities, a video tape library, and propane. Swimming pools, horse shoe pits, and a game room offer some entertainment and vending machines provide snacks or help quench your thirst. Pets are allowed and at least one guest must be over the age of 18 to make a reservation. For rates, policies, and other questions or concerns, you may ring the resort at 877-362-6736.

Traveling California''s Gold Rush Country
Traveling California's
Gold Rush Country

Gold Country

Enjoy RV resorts California in one of the state's most historical areas and learn about the gold rush while taking in all that nature has to offer. Appropriately named, the Auburn Gold Country RV Park is open year round and offers nightly, weekly, monthly, or extended stays. Guests can take advantage of the heated pools, playground, spa, fishing, free Wi-Fi, and television lounge. In addition to a laundry room and bath houses, Auburn also has a convenience store stocked with your camping needs and basic necessities.

RV sites are 30 or 50 amp pull-through and accommodate vehicles up to and including 60 feet. Tent sites are on spacious, level areas and come with a fire ring, though guests may opt to stay in a cozy cabin, ideal for families, larger groups, or those that prefer sleeping on a bed.

If you choose to leave Auburn, the surrounding area allows you to dig for gold, go hiking, fly fishing, boating, golfing, water skiing, climbing, or rafting. Casinos, shopping areas, ATV rentals, and tennis are also some local activities guests may like.

As you can see, RV resorts California offer a wide selection of sites, activities, and culture or history. Campers of all ages can take advantage of the different elements that California has to offer, creating new memories and living new experiences.