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Cloverdale may just seem a little too good to be true. Located in the spectacular Alexander Valley not far from Lake Sonoma, this California town is in a simply stunning location. Its artsy community creates a lively buzz in the center of town, and the rolling hills of Sonoma County make you feel like you are in lost in the paradise. This beautiful town has the perfect balance of urban and rural characteristics, guaranteeing the perfect vacation destination.

Just a thirty-minute drive north of Santa Rosa or a ninety-minute drive from San Francisco, this accessible city is well worth including in your itinerary during your Californian road trip. What’s even better, with over 250 days of promised sunshine a year, gorgeous weather is guaranteed!

Book an RV in Sonoma County today and start planning your dynamic Cloverdale getaway.

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The Great Outdoors

With all of those sunny days guaranteed, what better way to explore the great outdoors than in a luxury motorhome rental from Cloverdale!

Lake Sonoma is just a 20-minute drive outside of Cloverdale and is a mecca for water lovers. At its largest, the lake has a surface area of 2,700 acres and 50 miles of shoreline, making it a haven for a wealth of recreational activities. There is no wrong way to discover the nooks and crannies of Lake Sonoma. Swim, boat, fish, water ski, or hunt your way around. Be sure to give yourself more than a day to explore everything this lake has to offer!

Luckily for the outdoor enthusiasts, the Russian River, which spans from Willits in Mendocino County all the way to Jenner, where it meets the Pacific Ocean, runs through the amazing city of Cloverdale. Though you are welcome to enjoy these waters anyway you see fit, the Russian River is known in this area for its fishing appeal. Expect to catch prizes such as the Smallmouth Bass, Bluegill, and Carp. Whether you are a novice or an expert, grab that rod out of your Cloverdale motorhome rental and give fishing a go!

If you have had your share of water sports and are in need of a shaded stroll through the trees, head 40-minutes outside of Cloverdale to the Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. This area was saved from the logging industry in the 19th century and, as a result, has some of the oldest trees in the country still thriving here! Take your time to stroll through these awe-inspiring redwoods, stopping at The Colonel, a 1400-year-old tree and The Parson Jones Tree, the tallest tree in the grove at 310 feet tall!

RV Parks

Make the most out of the cultural and recreational activities in the area and spend a few nights in the area at one of the many nearby RV parks.

The Russian River RV Campground, just minutes outside of town, offers campers a wonderful option for parking your Cloverdale travel trailer rental. Located right on the banks of the river, this campground offers large sites within a beautiful setting. Unfortunately, RV hookups are not available, but there are well-maintained facilities for every visitor.

The Cloverdale KOA offers similar settings within the wilderness, with slightly more updated facilities. Full hookups are also available for your Cloverdale luxury RV Rental.

Other camping opportunities are clustered around Lake Sonoma. Campgrounds by the lake are very basic but offer a beautiful natural setting for you to relax and enjoy the sunset.

Exploring the City

Although much of the appeal of Sonoma County is in its outdoor paradise, your Cloverdale camper rental provides a great way to get to know the city as well!

One of the key pulls to Cloverdale is its vibrant arts community. No matter what time of year you decide to visit, there will be a calendar full of interesting events to attend. Whether it is a performing arts show at the history museum, live music in the square, the annual car festival, or the bi-monthly food markets; you will find something that tickles your fancy!

Once you have tired from perusing the endless amounts of independently owned artisan shops and bopping along to live music in the local square, consider doing one of the local winery tours. Cloverdale is perfectly situated in the middle of five world-class wine growing regions; Alexander Valley, Dry Creek, Pint Mountain Peak, Rockpile and Anderson Valley. All produce wines of differing varieties; take a tour and go on the hunt for your favorite!

Nestled between the bustling high street, you will also find another hidden gem, The Cloverdale Historical Society. A community project, this museum has been curated and designed with nothing but love from the locals. Their mission is to collect, conserve and celebrate the unique history of the area. Take an hour or two out of your day to delve into the history of the area and show this community some support!

If you are looking for the ideal place to relax away from the rush of the big cities, consider a camper rental in Cloverdale. Enjoy the cuisine, watch a sunrise, and take in all the landscape offers. Rent an RV in Cloverdale, CA, and explore all California has to offer!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Cloverdale River Park Trail, CACloverdale, CA
  • Clover Springs Preserve Trail, CACloverdale, CA
  • Lake Sonoma, CAGeyserville, CA
  • Woodland Ridge Trail, CAGeyserville, CA
  • Little Flat to Bummer Peak , CAGeyserville, CA
  • Half-a-Canoe Trail, CAGeyserville, CA
  • South Lake Trail to Skaggs Springs Vista, CAGeyserville, CA
  • Healdsburg Ridge Open Space Preserve, CAHealdsburg, CA
  • Dry Creek and Alexander Valleys Ride, CAHealdsburg, CA
  • Creek Trail via Houghton Creek, CAMiddletown, CA

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