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About San Jose

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At the end of a long workweek, many of America’s best and brightest leave their laptops behind and head for the hills! Northern California is a bastion of natural resources from stunning beaches to giant redwood forests. There might not be a better location from which explore all of what the Bay Area and the Central California coast have to offer than the city of San Jose.


San Jose RV parks and campgrounds can be found mostly to the north and to the east of the city center, with a few options to the south that are a little further away from downtown. The Silicon Valley area has several luxury RV parks and campgrounds that offer top notch accommodations and amenities. Call it glamping, call it whatever you will; some of these facilities spare no expense to attract those who can afford the finer things.


The true gems of the South Bay Area are the many Santa Clara County Parks, which run to the west of San Jose and all the way up to San Francisco. There are 28 in total spread across nearly 50,000 acres of rolling golden hills, pristine lakes, waterfalls, and old-growth forests. Check out Alum Rock Park or Joseph D. Grant County Park for a nearby break from the crowded city.


Downtown San Jose has a lot to offer visitors of every stripe, from the Tech Museum of Innovation, the San Jose Museum of Art, and the always vibrant Japantown just a bit north of the city center. San Jose is well known for being the home of the Winchester Mystery House, which is a sprawling estate with strange design and quirky rooms that confound and delight visitors. It’s best to stay with the tour group, as it is very easy to get lost and the mansion is supposedly haunted. Further north by the bay are Levi’s Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers, and next to that is California’s Great America, an amusement and water park with rides, games, and activities for the whole family. Alternatively, Raging Waters San Jose offers east San Jose residents and visitors more than 20 acres of water park rides and slides.


San Jose RV parks have stiff competition in the South Bay Area, running from the fantastic San Francisco RV Parks all the way down to Monterey RV Parks and campgrounds when it comes to attracting visitors. Furthermore, the college town of Santa Cruz also attracts a lot of visitors looking to surf and sun or head up the canyons to visit the giant redwoods. Still, it would be a mistake to miss the city of San Jose and all that it has to offer. Check it out!