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Sonoma County RV Park at the Fairgrounds

1500 Aston Avenue, Santa Rosa, California, 95404

Conveniently located near the intersections of Hwy 101 and Hwy 12, the Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park is perfect for travelers seeking to enjoy California's top destinations. Here you'll be within minutes of:   Wineries Renowned restaurants Shopping & services Scenic coastline Lush Russian River region Lake Sonoma Miles of hiking and biking trails The Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park also puts you within walking distance of our famed Sonoma County Harvest Fair, the largest regional wine competition in the U.S., held the first weekend in October. You will also be near the Fairgrounds Golf Course and the Jockey Club, our off-track horse race wagering facility.
Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Mirabel Trailer Park

8400 River Road, Forestville, California, 95436

Campground for tents and RVs. Boats & kayaks. Large redwoods, shaded river & creek view spots. Free hot showers. Major wine tasting nearby. Family atmosphere on the Russian River. Family owned since 1958 ensures lowest rates on river.
Prices starting at
$31 starting/night

Vallejo Mobile Home Community & RV Park (formerly Tall Trees RV Park)

1867 Broadway Street, Vallejo, California, 94589

 
Prices starting at
$50 starting/night

West Side Park/Campground

2300 County Center Drive, Santa Rosa, California, 95403

West Side Park/Campground includes amenities such as . This campground is located on 2300 County Center Drive in Santa Rosa, CA.

Napa Valley Expo RV Park

575 3rd Street, Napa, California, 94559

$60.00 PER NIGHT.  10% DISCOUNT IF AAA, GOOD SAM AND ACTIVE MILITARY
Prices starting at
$50 starting/night

Sky Camp

641 Sky Camp Road, Point Reyes Station, California, 76449

Sky Camp is located near the beautiful town of San Francisco and is a great spot for a fun west coast adventure.   Activities and Amenities Campers can look forward to onsite activities such as: toilets and picnic tables. There's also plenty of activities to enjoy while onsite, including: biking, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, jet skiing and canoeing.   Attractions: Just beyond the campground, travelers can look forward to a number of great local attractions. Some RVer favorites include: - Rich Table - Golden Gate Bridge - Alcatraz Island - Muir Woods National Monument - Fisherman's Wharf - Boulevard Restaurant   Whether you enjoy fine eats, fun urban experiences or beautiful natural terrain, you're sure to find plenty near to Sky Camp that's make you want to come back every year. Hope to see you soon!  
Prices starting at
$35 starting/night

Mount Tamalpais State Park

3801 Panoramic Hwy, Stinson Beach, California, 94941

Samuel P. Taylor State Park

Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Lagunitas, California, 94938

The Samuel P. Taylor State Park is located near the breathtaking and iconic California city of San Francisco, and is a great spot for a fun yet relaxing camping trip.    Activities and Amenities Travelers can look forward to well-managed onsite facilities such as: picnic areas, water, dump station, restrooms, showers, RV access, a dump station and nature trails. Guests can also enjoy activities like wildlife and scenic viewing, geocaching, horseback riding, hiking, biking and picnicking.    Attractions Campers can expect great offsite attractions, including: - Japanese Tea Garden - Delfina - Yank Sing - Ghirardelli Square - Painted ladies - Quince   Whether you enjoy wide open spaces or urban adventures, you're sure to find plenty to see and experience while at the campground. Hope to see you soon!

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

, Sausalito, California,

Point Reyes National Seashore

1 Bear Valley Road , Point Reyes Station, California, 94956

The Point Reyes National Seashore park is located near the beautiful town of San Francisco, California, and is the perfect camping spot for sea-lovers.    Activities and Amenities Campers can look forward to opportunities for outdoor group fun like picnicking, hiking, biking, sunset viewing, clear skies for stargazing and barbecuing. There's also opportunities for boating, kayaking and canoeing on Tomales Bay. Amenities at the park include: nature trails, grills and a food storage locker; since accommodations are spare, be sure to pack everything you'll need for a comfortable, distraction-free vacation!   Attractions Just beyond the campground are a number of great local attractions such as: - Palace of Fine Arts Theatre - Presidio of San Francisco - Greens Restaurant - Coit Tower - Chinatown - San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge   Whether you enjoy the breathtaking sounds and sights of the coast, or you love urban adventures and craft eats, you're sure to have an amazing stay while at the Point Reyes National Seashore. Hope to see you soon!