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About Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa RV parks and campgrounds are sprinkled around the city and tend to cluster along the 101 freeway, which runs right through the city. Some of the best camping in Northern California can be found in and around Santa Rosa, and Bay Area RVers know it. Santa Rosa is steps from wine country, and only a short drive to the coast, Petaluma, and the rest of the Bay Area.


Those in the know like to follow the Russian River and 101 north into the redwood forests. Santa Rosa represents the departure from urban sprawl to the south, and dense forests of Northern California. The next closest city beyond Santa Rosa is the Eureka/Arcata area, and that’s hundreds of miles away.


For those looking for a good time outdoors but still close to Santa Rosa, check out Annadel and Spring Lake State Parks. They’re attached and have several small lakes and ponds to choose from, as does Hood Mountain Regional Park.


In Santa Rosa, check out the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, which celebrates the life and works of the famous Peanuts cartoonist. Try Safari West, which gives visitors more of a safari experience as opposed to a traditional zoo visit. Here, wildlife is mostly free to roam about and the visitors observe from vehicles. The Luther Burbank Home and Gardens and the Pacific Coast Air Museum round out points of interest for those less inclined to go on a safari.