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Where to Travel in Your RV This Winter

Where to Travel in Your RV This Winter

By California.com
December 14, 2020

As California mitigates health risks during the COVID-19 pandemic, some travel restrictions may remain in certain communities. Call the local and regional tourism offices to learn more about the restrictions in your intended destination. Thank you for reading, and stay safe.

Get ready to cruise along the open road—you’re traveling in your RV this winter. Leave it to California to provide the best winter campground experiences in the entire country. Travelers living on the road have more than enough options to discover the Golden State from the comfort of their own (mobile) homes.

From San Francisco to San Diego, each RV destination offers a unique setting to elevate your adventure. Beach campgrounds? Done. Mountain views? You got it. Redwood paradise? It’s all yours. So, pack your things and blast your camping playlist on full volume—it’s time to go RV camping in California this winter.     

California’s Top RV Destinations For Winter

Imagine your escape out in the scenic landscapes of Yosemite National Park. Photo courtesy of Yosemite RV Resort.

Yosemite RV Resort

Location: 34094 State Highway 41, Coarsegold

Amenities: Playground, swimming pool, deck, community and private firepits, outdoor movie theater, tent campsites

Pets allowed: Yes

Yosemite RV Resort is a 33-acre paradise in one of the most breathtaking places in the Golden State. Use your RV this winter; drive away from the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in the landscapes of Yosemite National Park. Seek peace and solitude within the majestic oaks, cascading waterfalls, and rolling hills. It doesn’t get better than this California RV park

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RV Parks In San Francisco

All aboard the RV: It's adventure time. If you could go anywhere right now, where would it be?

San Francisco RV Resort

Location: 700 Palmetto Avenue, Pacifica

Amenities: Playground, swimming pool, clubhouse, hot tub, restroom and shower facilities, barbecue area

Pets allowed: Yes

If you’re wondering where to go RV camping in California, San Francisco RV Resort is the answer to your question. Located 15 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, this RV park in San Francisco sits atop a 60-foot bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Thanks to its convenient location, travelers are able to explore the area and discover hidden gems in S.F

Candlestick RV Park

Location: 650 Gilman Avenue, San Francisco

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, on-site grocery store, game room

Pets allowed: Yes

When it comes to winter RV camping, Candlestick RV Park does it best. This RV Park in San Francisco is conveniently located four miles from downtown and two miles from Oracle Park, just in case you're in the mood to witness a win by the San Francisco Giants (when open under normal circumstances). The friendly staff makes your stay even more enjoyable—the atmosphere of this California RV park will make you want to stay longer.


Paso Robles RV Parks

Park your RV under the cloudless California skies and prepare for an exciting getaway. Photo courtesy of Cava Robles RV Resort.

Cava Robles RV Resort

Location: 3800 Golden Hill Road, Paso Robles

Amenities: Wellness center, swimming pools, jacuzzis, walking trails, bocce ball court, laundry facilities, firepits, playground

Pets allowed: Yes

Cava Robles RV Resort is undoubtedly one of the best Central Coast RV campgrounds you’ll ever visit. Fitness classes, water aerobics, wine tasting, and two jacuzzi spas—need we say any more? This Paso Robles RV park has everything you need for the ideal winter RV camping experience. Spending the weekend here is one of the most memorable things you’ll do on the Central Coast


Santa Cruz RV Parks

Santa Vida RV Park

Location: 1611 Branciforte Drive, Santa Cruz

Amenities: Hiking trails, fire rings, shower and restroom facilities, picnic tables, playground

Pets allowed: Yes

“RV” there yet? Drive a few minutes from downtown Santa Cruz and you’ll come across a 23-acre oasis surrounded by towering redwood, madrone, and oak trees. Santa Vida RV Park offers a digital detox in your RV this winter. Accommodating vehicles up to 35 feet, the tranquil and serene Santa Cruz RV park is a wonderful paradise nestled in the heart of the forest.


Monterey RV Parks

After a day spent exploring Monterey, soak up the sunshine while chillin' by your RV.

Monterey Fairgrounds RV Park

Location: Monterey Room, 2004 Fairground Road, Monterey

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, on-site restaurant, ADA accessible

Pets allowed: Yes

Camp the night in your RV this winter in the heart of Monterey. Only minutes from the beach, bike path, and downtown, Monterey Fairgrounds RV Park is the ideal place for coastal exploring. Make this Monterey RV park the basecamp of your adventures—you won’t regret it. 


Sacramento RV Parks

Sacramento Shade RV Park

Location: 2150 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, swimming pool, clubhouse, cable TV

Pets allowed: On leash

Dying to explore Sacramento? Park your RV at Sacramento Shade RV Park, where grassy grounds, large trees, and exciting activities await. Thanks to easy river access, you’ll never get enough of the gorgeous landscape of this Sacramento RV park. Spend the evenings here and relax away from all of the hustle and bustle.


Santa Barbara RV Parks

Drive off into the sunset on your way to Santa Barbara. Make it a romantic getaway and embark on an adventure with bae.

Santa Barbara Sunrise RV Park

Location: 516 South Salinas Street, Santa Barbara

Amenities: Cable TV, picnic tables, ADA accessible, laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities

Pets allowed: Yes

Santa Barbara Sunrise RV Park is your go-to place for staying the night when planning a getaway in Santa Barbara. The family-owned RV destination has easy access to pristine beaches and is close to many historical sites. You’ll never get bored here. Don’t mind that it’s not as spacious as you may expect it to be—the staff greets everyone so warmly that you’ll never want to leave this Santa Barbara RV park

 

RV Parks in Los Angeles

Palm trees, crashing waves, sandy shores, and the RV. Does it get any better than this?

Walnut RV Park

Location: 19130 Nordhoff Street, Northridge

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, heated swimming pool, recreation hall, fitness equipment

Pets allowed: Yes

While you’re taking scenic L.A. drives in your RV this winter, go ahead and spend a night or two at Walnut RV Park. Although the park started out as a farm in the 60s, it quickly developed to become the RV campground it is today. This RV park in Los Angeles has 114 campsites—you’ll have more than enough time to check out all of the places you’ve been dying to see.  

Golden Shore RV Resort

Location: 101 Golden Shore, Long Beach

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, kitchen, heated swimming pool, spa, recreation hall, on-site store, barbecue area, shuffleboard, bike racks, horseshoes, bike path access

Pets allowed: Yes

When planning a Long Beach getaway, skip the hotels and take your RV instead—Golden Shore RV Resort is the best place to stay. Friendly staff, top-notch amenities, and fantastic facilities define this RV park in Los Angeles County. The area is home to many attractions such as the Pike at Rainbow Harbor and Shoreline Village.  

Huntington Beach RV Park

It's a RV wonderland. Park yours and run to freedom: the glimmering blue waters of the mighty Pacific.

Waterfront RV Park

Location: 21871 Newland Street, Huntington Beach

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, swimming pool, hot tub, beach access, clubhouse

Pets allowed: Yes

Escape the cold weather in your RV this winter and head over to Waterfront RV Park, one of the top places to go RV camping in Southern California. This gorgeous Huntington Beach RV park is located directly across the street from the beach—you can splash in the ocean in a matter of minutes. Its convenient location allows you to discover the many nearby attractions such as the Huntington Beach Pier.


Palm Springs RV Parks

As soon as you park your RV here, the first thing you should do is jump into the sparkling pool waters. Photo courtesy of happy traveler rv park.

Happy Traveler RV Park

Location: 211 West Mesquite Avenue, Palm Springs

Amenities: Laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, kitchen, swimming pool, spa, recreation hall, shuffleboard, billiard tables, seasonal activities, patios, cable TV

Pets allowed: Yes

Thinking of visiting the Golf Capital of the World but don’t feel like staying at basic hotels? Happy Traveler RV Park offers a one-of-a-kind winter RV camping experience in the heart of Palm Springs. The campsites are separated by hedges so that guests have their privacy. This Palm Springs RV park is close to many fun and unique places you have to visit when you’re in the area such as the Moorten Botanical Garden and the Palm Springs Air Museum. Spend the weekend here and you’ll also become a happy traveler.  

RV Camping In San Diego

When driving beneath the sunny San Diego skies, it's impossible to feel stressed. All is good. Photo courtesy of San Diego RV Resort.

San Diego RV Resort

Location: 7407 Alvarado Road, La Mesa

Amenities: Swimming pool, hot tub, fitness center, meeting rooms, laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities

Pets allowed: Yes

Embark on an adventure in Southern California by setting your basecamp at San Diego RV Resort. Offering 172 fully loaded hookup sites, this RV destination is your home away from home. Soak up the sun, lounge by the heated swimming pool, and treat yourself to the max here. Spend the rest of your getaway checking out the best San Diego attractions. RV camping in San Diego has never been so good. 

Santa Fe Park RV Resort

Location: 5707 Santa Fe Street, San Diego

Amenities: Picnic tables, playground, heated swimming pool, spa, clubhouse, fitness center, laundry facilities, shower and restroom facilities, billiard table, ping-pong table

Pets allowed: Yes

Experience the best winter RV camping in San Diego at Santa Fe Park RV Resort. Designed for your comfort and convenience, this California RV park has all of the amenities you need to enjoy your weekend to the fullest. Guests have access to the heated swimming pool year-round—a dip in the pool might be just what you need after driving your RV all winter. With many of the city’s attractions nearby, your plate will always be full of fun things to do. 

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