One of the most beautiful campgrounds in the country this county park allows you to park right below the towering Redwood trees. A second growth forest the floor is only touched by rays of light daring enough to part the trees. Best suited for RV rentals less than 25 feet in length this park will allow you to feel up close and personal with the marvelous trees while staying only a short drive from Redwood National Park.
Holiday RV Park
Holiday RV Park in Medford, Oregon will greet you at reception with fresh homemade cookies and chocolates! Not many campgrounds will do that! It is nicely situated near a pretty flowing stream with plenty of space to walk the dog. Facilities are solidly built, kept clean, and in good repair. Each site has a concrete pad and a picnic table to gather around for a game of cards in the fresh air. The sites are close together, but there are full hookups and a quiet atmosphere with minimal road noise. The pull through sites are level and easy to access. Take a dip in the well-maintained swimming pool, or wander along the peaceful shady stream. Holiday RV Park is conveniently located off the highway just south of Medford, Oregon. There is on-site laundry, and it is easy to get back on the road to access all the amenities of Medford.
Mountain Gate RV Park
Mountain Gate RV Park just north of Redding, California is a simple, clean, and high-quality RV Park. It has very easy access from the highway, and the grassy shaded sites are pleasant. Your dogs will enjoy the dog run, or a walk along the asphalt trail, and you will enjoy the scent of oleander flowers wafting on the morning breeze. The swimming pool and jacuzzi are not unusual for an RV park, but the included breakfast is! You will enjoy the service and cleanliness at this delightful California park.
Deerwood RV Park
Deerwood RV Park in Eugene, Oregon is in a secluded spot nestled under magnificent trees and lovely lawns away from the noise of the ordinary world. The park is near enough to take advantage of enjoyable activities of the city and far enough away for peace and quiet. The water is pure and fresh from a well where the birds can be heard singing in the oak and fir trees. There are ten pristine acres that house the sites ready for travelers and their recreational vehicles. The campers and residents have a chance to live among picturesque ponds, lush lawns, and towering, ancient trees. In the silence of the woods, the occupants spot the Wood Ducks and other creatures in their native habitat. The park is owned and operated by two Eugene natives who love and appreciate the beauty of the surrounding nature. They brought exceptional skills to design an outstanding RV park. Just 10 minutes away from the convenience of the city, Deerwood RV Park offers spacious paved sites, which are long and level, and include full hookups with 30 or 50 amp electric, cable TV and wifi access. The clean restrooms and laundry area more than make up for the lack of other amenities such as a store, pool, and pet area. On Saturday mornings there is a fantastic free pancake breakfast for all guests.
Almond Tree RV Park
Chico is known as ?the City of the Trees? and Almond Tree RV Park has plenty of trees on site to shade it visitors from the hot summer sunshine. It is a small, attractive park, whose facilities include a pavilion, a gazebo and a pool, as well as a convenience store, laundry, and picnic tables. (Umbrellas are available to go with the tables if required.)
The site is conveniently situated for many attractions in Northern California, including Bidwell Mansion, Bidwell Park, and the Sacramento River. The city of Chico itself is bisected by Bidwell Park, and has a fascinating history. It was founded in 1860 by John Bidwell, a member of one of the first wagon trains to arrive in California in 1843. Much has changed since then, but the landscape remains just as compelling and beautiful, and very much merits exploration by the visitor.
Benton Oaks RV Park
The Benton Oaks RV campground is part of the Benton County Fairgrounds, and is tucked in a pleasant, leafy oak grove at the foot of Bald Hill. Guests can enjoy the peaceful, wooded landscape only minutes away from the attractions and amenities of downtown Corvallis. The campground is particularly active on Oregon State University (OSU) football game weekends, a fun and social time even if you?re not a game fan. Other nearby places of note include the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge, the OSU?s Campus Way bike path, and the Irish Bend Covered Bridge. A short drive west along Interstate 34 will take you through Siuslaw National Forest, and eventually to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. While you?re exploring the vast, pristine natural beauty of Oregon, you can relax in Benton Oaks RV park and enjoy its many amenities. Most of the sites have full utility hookups, and there?s a dumping station available. Other on-site facilities include a coin-operated laundry, several pull-thru sites, showers and restrooms, even a horse-boarding for equestrians who want to explore the nearby trails.
The Albany/Corvallis KOA in Albany, Oregon has all types of sites available for their guests. The park is in a wonderful country setting with beautiful green grass and trees. People return to choose their Christmas trees from the land that is also filled with apple trees and berry bushes. There is a great outdoor pool that is heated for refreshing swims in all temperatures. The sites have fire pits, and there is a great dump for registered guests. The park has been owned and operated by the same family since 1987 on land has been in the family since 1916. They built the facilities from the ground up. Some pull-thru sites have full hookups, cable TV, and 50/30 amp electric facilities while others have full hookups, 30/20 amp, cable TV, and WiFi. There are stores nearby, and laundry, mini-golf, and restrooms at the park. Back-in sites have water, cable TV, WiFi, and 30/20 amp.
Pioneer RV Park
Pioneer RV Park is a quiet and friendly park in Northern California. Surrounded by the forested Sierra Nevada Mountains, Pioneer RV Park is the perfect RV camping destination for visiting Northern California and Nevada.. Pioneer RV Park is located in Quincy, California which is 81 miles from Reno. It is a bit of a drive, but well worth the effort. Far from railroad or highway noise, but still convenient to historic downtown Quincy, this neat and clean Sierra Nevada RV park makes an ideal home base for your Northern California and Nevada camping vacation. You'll appreciate their extra-long "Big Rig" full hook-up pull-thrus with 20/30/50-amp electric service. Their extensive facilities include free Wi-Fi throughout the park and immaculate restrooms & laundry. Propane & RV supplies are also available on-site. This is one of the most scenic RV experiences that you are likely to have. From scenic drives like the Feather River Scenic Byway to hiking, fishing, golf, museums and shopping, you'll love the Sierra Nevada RV location.
Scandia RV Park
Right in downtown Scandia is a good shakedown stop when you pickup or drop off your RV rental to the local owner. With paved roads and sites you have easy navigation. Nearby shopping and restraunts including the outlets allow you to stock up before heading out in your RV rental.
Crown Villa RV Resort
You can have the best of both worlds in Crown Villa Resort the fitness centers, steam rooms, concierge service will make you feel pampered, but the resort is close enough to several outdoor activities to make you feel rugged. There are many snow parks nearby which have some of the best terrain in the northwest. With access to the mountains along the Cascade Lakes Highway you will also have plenty of opportunities for a hike. Countless lakes, rivers and reservoirs beckon you to get into the water and fish, swim or go white water rafting. Crown Villa is close to town and several attractions such as the famous High Desert Museum, there won?t be a dull moment during your stay. Staying here in your RV rental is an easy choice with the huge sites and easy access making even the most untrained novice look like a pro.
Spend a delightful afternoon at DANCIN vineyards on the western edge of Medford, Oregon. A stunning view of the vineyards will greet you on your way in to DANCIN vineyards. Enjoy a meal or just some wine on the terrace of this lovely place. The classic hand-tossed pizza goes well with many varieties of wine, as does the cheese plate. It has the potential to transport you to an amazing Italian daydream. Drop in for a glass of their award-winning Chardonnay or Pinot Noir, or while away the afternoon sampling the other varietals on offer here. This winery is even open late, so you can stay into the evening. It has been the host site for many beautiful weddings, and you will enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy the view from the terrace, or watch the fish in the koi pond. Whether you came for the wine or the food, DANCIN vineyards will satisfy you.
Lava River Cave
Explore a mile-long ancient lava tunnel which was created over 80,000 years ago. This particular lava tube is part of the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. You can marvel at the shiny, glazed symmetrical surfaces and listen to echoes. Once you reach 3,000 feet into the cave, your feet will be greeted by sand. This Sand Garden is said to be fine volcanic ash deposited 6,600 years ago. As you step out of the cave you can catch a glimpse of migratory birds, golden mantled ground squirrels, and maybe even a cougar.
Mt. Bachelor is a known skiing destination but it also offers many summer recreational activities. During the winter you and your family can take skiing or snowboarding lessons, you can travel by dogsled, or go on a snowshoe tour. During the summer you can enjoy scenic chair lift rides, biking, hiking, beer tours and so much more.
High Desert Museum
The High Desert Museum presents wildlife, culture, art and natural resources to cultivate and understanding and appreciation of the high desert environment. Through indoor and outdoor exhibits, wildlife in natural-like habitats, and living history demonstrations visitors will come to understand the rich cultural and natural heritage of North America's high desert country.
Yuba City Astronomical Observatory
Yuba City, CA
The Yuba City Astronomical Observatory is a wonderful place for visitors of all ages. The observatory is owned and operated by a family trust and located south of the city near the Sutter Buttes Mountain Range. Visitors will be impressed with the entire facility. There is one nine foot dome for the brilliant scientists who study astronomy. There is also an 11 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. The focused study using the observatory includes planetary, deep sky, NEO studies, photometry, and astrophotography. The observatory is operated by a trustee appointed by the family. The facilities were established in September of 2010. The staff at the observatory hosts star parties in order to get the people in the community to be excited about the sky above them at night. They focus is on providing educational programs for members of the community. All the members of the community and visitors are welcome to these special events.
Armstrong Redwood State Reserve
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.
Napa Valley Wine Train
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.
Mission San Francisco Solano
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.
Sonoma Train Town Railroad
TrainTown offers a quarter scale railroad on 4 miles of track. Each train trip lasts 20-minutes and takes you through tunnels, over bridges and makes a stop in Lakeview a miniature town and petting zoo. Visitors can also have fun at the six amusement rides.
Wilderness Archery, Inc. in Rocklin, California is owned and operated by a family who are devoted to their guests. The management leads a team that works to ensure that all of the facilities are operating properly to serve the needs of experienced archers as well as absolute beginners. The Pro Shop is an archer?s dream with the best brands available. Customers will find anything that an archer might want. The staff is ready to take care of traditional archers, those who use a compound hunter, and those who just want to shoot targets. All the arrow building supplies necessary are available from the experts in the store. In addition, the store has many arrow rests and sights to choose from. The expert staff organizes leagues that meet on a regular basis. There are classes for those just getting started and experienced archers who want to get some practice. The facilities include a well-lit indoor range with lanes for all guests.