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In northern Napa Valley just outside of Santa Rosa and a two-hour drive west of Sacramento is the charming town of Calistoga, California. Once home to the Wappo indigenous people, Calistoga was purchased by a man named Samuel Brannan who was coincidentally California’s first millionaire. Brannan established the state’s first English language newspaper and made a fortune off the gold rush. In a desire to create a West Coast version of Saratoga Springs in California, Brannan purchased thousands of acres to build his own resort town in northern Napa Valley. The name of the town is a mixture of California and Saratoga for this reason. To solidify the town’s reputation, Brannan ensured a railway was built to link his town with San Francisco, ensuring that it would be a popular destination as well as a vital hub for transportation.

Calistoga now makes much of its money on tourism, with countless people arriving in town each year to sample wine, soak in natural hot springs, and enjoy the peaceful town. With lots of nearby forests and parks and several of the country’s largest cities, Calistoga quietly establishes itself as one of the best possible places to rent an RV in the state of California.

Outdoors Adventures

Without a doubt, California is home to some of the most intoxicatingly beautiful natural places in the country, which is in large part responsible for its excellent tourism numbers. When you book an RV in Calistoga, you’ll realize almost instantly how right your choice was. Bothe-Napa Valley State Park is minutes outside the small town of Calistoga and is one of the smaller state parks you can visit. It has a collection of coastal redwood trees despite being so far inland. You have your standard hiking trails weaving their way through the forests at Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, in addition to a swimming pool and a campground when you can stay overnight with your Calistoga camper rental.

Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, named for the legendary author, is located north of town in the opposite direction. This state park is significantly larger than Bothe-Napa Valley State Park and is home to Mount Saint Helena. Guests can summit the mountain and see panoramic views from the top. San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean are even visible on sunny, clear days. You can even see the cabin of Robert Louis Stevenson and a monument to the author when you bring your Calistoga RV rental to check the park out.

Salt Point State Park is out on the iconic coasts of California, but it might take you a couple of hours to drive your Calistoga motorhome rental there. A wealth of wildlife thrives both on the rocky coastline of the park as well as beneath the waves in fascinating tidal pools and unique sea grottos. You can explore both the water and the land at this fabulous state park by hiking to secluded sea coves, enjoying the views from high atop the rocky bluffs overlooking the ocean, or scuba diving to see marine life in action. There are a few campgrounds on site, so guests can stay a few nights when they rent an RV and visit.

If you drive a few hours north of Calistoga, you can bring your Calistoga camper rental to the massive Mendocino National Forest, a sublime nature experience to say the least. Almost a million acres of gorgeous forest and untouched wilderness comprise the park, with lots of lakes and campgrounds peppered in too. Backpacking and hiking over the Sanhedrin Mountains in search of peace and quiet is one of the ways to explore the expansive forest, or you can simply camp out and enjoy Clear Lake to the south. No matter what you decide, California will find a way to enchant and impress even the most hardcore outdoor enthusiasts.

RV Parks to Visit

Finding a park to camp at when you rent an RV in Calistoga is nothing to lose sleep over. Calistoga RV Park comes to mind as a place to stay in the heart of town, only a few minutes’ walk from several local restaurants and wineries. Lazy-S Ranch is available for long-term rental and nightly stays and has large spacious campsites that can accommodate the largest recreational vehicles.

Cloverdale/Healdsburg KOA has its own pool, sauna, hot tub, mini golf course, and ample space to fish in the Russian River. If you still want to keep looking, check out one of the many state parks nearby, like Robert Louis Stevenson State Park for some bare-bones camping in the incredible California wilderness.

City Sightseeing

Napa Valley is home to a thriving wine industry so the rolling vineyards and elegant chateaus of Calistoga are, by far, what it is most well known for. Castello di Amorosa is a castle you can visit, surrounded by vineyards with world-class grapes. Chateau Montelena is an ivy-covered chateau that can be toured, with lots of different wines to taste. Additionally, there are plenty of wineries and tasting rooms in town as well as a few breweries for those that enjoy beer more than wine.

The other prominent feature in Calistoga is, of course, its natural hot springs. The town is packed with hot springs, although most are owned by spa retreats. Treat yourself to a lavish vacation and bathe in the healing waters of these geothermal springs.

Safari West is an action-packed adventure waiting to happen, with hundreds of exotic animals from Africa. You can tour the facilities with a trained tour guide in a safe vehicle and snap some pictures of incredible animals in wide-open habitats.

RV Rentals in Calistoga, CA

Calistoga, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Calistoga. Outdoorsy's Calistoga RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Calistoga are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods National Monument, and Mount Tamalpais State Park.

What's around Calistoga, CA


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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Berry Creek Falls Trail Boulder Creek California
Clementine Trail to Clark's Pool Auburn California
Cataract Falls Trail Fairfax California
Mission Peak Loop from Stanford Avenue Staging Area Fremont California
Lands End Trail San Francisco California
Castle Rock and Goat Rock Trail Los Gatos California
Hidden Falls Trail Auburn California
French Trail and Stream Trail Loop via Skyline Blvd Canyon California
Palomarin Trailhead to Alamere Falls Trail Bolinas California
Dipsea Steep Ravine Matt Davis Loop Trail Stinson Beach California

Nearby Campgrounds

Mission San Francisco Solano

attraction Sonoma, CA
Built in 1823 it is said to be the last mission in Alta California, built after Mexico gained independence from Spain. You can experience a bit of California history, participate in the special events and activities all located in the Sonoma/Petaluma State Historic Parks.

San Francisco North/ Petaluma KOA

campground Petaluma, CA
Route 101 north from San Francisco takes you through Petaluma, and here you can park up at the San Francisco North/ Petaluma KOA. This location is good for the beaches, Napa Valley and Sonoma County as well as for San Francisco, so your vacation here should never be dull. The park arranges guided day trips into San Francisco daily between May and October, but there are lots of things to do if you stay on site too. There is a large pool where you can swim or relax and read a book poolside, a climbing wall for when you feel more energetic, along with horseshoe pits, bocce ball, a ring toss area, and a bounce pillow where the youngsters can let off steam. If you want to tour the park, don?t think of walking, climb aboard a hay wagon (May to Labor Day) or grab a banana bike. Then, on a summer?s evening, you can even sit out by the pool and watch a movie too.

Marin RV Park

campground Kentfield, CA
Marin Park is the closest recreational vehicle park to San Francisco--just 10 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, and only 14 miles from Berkeley. If you need a break from driving you can take a ferry or bus into San Francisco. The Muir Woods, Napa and Sonoma Valley, and Pt. Reyes and many other California attractions are within reach. This park has been busy so may not be available for your RV rental trip but may be an option for the shake-down night out.

Armstrong Redwood State Reserve

attraction Guerneville, CA
Get close to one of the tallest and perhaps oldest living beings on our planet. The ancient coast redwood is an amazing tree which can grow to a diameter of 12-16 feet, and stand from 200-250 feet tall. You can enjoy a hike through the self-guided nature trails, have a picnic, or enjoy a special event at the large outdoor amphitheater.

Tradewinds RV Park Of Vallejo

campground Vallejo, CA
The park is conveniently located near to all the popular Bay Area attractions, a day trip away from San Francisco, Napa Valley, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, and so many more locations to explore. There are also plenty of local attractions and events such as the Jelly Belly Factory, Budweiser Factory, the Vallejo waterfront, Pirate Festival, and the Solano County Fair. The site is pet friendly and family friendly offering picnic tables, barbeque area, horse shoe pit, bike storage, children?s playground and other amenities. Call ahead for availability with your RV rental stay dates ready.

Vallejo Mobile Home Community and RV Park

campground Vallejo, CA
The park has a community feeling which will make you feel at home. It is located within 30 miles of Napa Valley, but is also close to family friendly venues such as the NASCAR races at the famous Infineon Raceway and Six Flag's Discovery Kingdom, one of the Bay Area's most popular theme park attractions. The Vallejo Park is walking distance from shopping centers and a short drive to the Vallejo Transit Center and Ferry Terminal.

Point Bonita Lighthouse

attraction Sausalito, CA
The last manned lighthouse on the California coast, today it is part of the largest urban national park in the U.S., the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. If you enjoy a rugged hike then getting here will be fun, the half mile trail that leads to the lighthouse is steep, you can also discover the old Coast Guard rescue station, wildflowers, and pillow basalt rock formations.

Napa Valley Wine Train

attraction None, CA
The Napa Valley Wine Train is one of the most distinctive attractions in the region, offering an authentic, memorable experience that relives the glory days of train travel in the 1900s. You can enjoy a sumptuous meal as you view the Napa Valley scenery and relax in the restored vintage Pullman rail cars. This elegant dining establishment is essentially a museum: an antique train that runs on 25-miles of rails in the heart of the Napa Valley.

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Recommendations for Calistoga, CA from Outdoorsy Owners


Enjoy the wine country in the Napa Valley by visiting Calistoga downtown Castle Winery Napa Valley Golden Haven Hot Springs, Mud Bath, and Spa Old Faithful Geyser and stay at Calistoga RV Park

May 25, 2018