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Temescal

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Temescal, Oakland, CA, USA
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Redwood Regional Park

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7867 Redwood Road, Oakland, CA 94619, USA
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Lake Merritt

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Lake Merritt, Oakland, CA, USA
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California Canoe & Kayak Oakland

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Jack London Square, 409 Water St, Oakland, CA 94607, USA
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Sonoma

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Sonoma, CA 95476, USA
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Anthony Chabot Regional Park

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9999 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley, CA 94552, USA
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Mount Tamalpais

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Mt Tamalpais, California 94941, USA
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Walmart

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1919 Davis St, San Leandro, CA 94577, USA
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Brannan Island State Rec Area

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17645 CA-160, Rio Vista, CA 94571, USA
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San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA

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20 Rainsville Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952, USA
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Point Reyes Station

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Point Reyes Station, CA 94956, USA
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Flying J

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15237 Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242, USA
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Vallejo Mobile Home Community and RV Park

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.

Tradewinds RV Park Of Vallejo

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.

Tradewinds RV Park

Vallejo, CA

The Tradewinds RV Park in Vallejo, California is located in a magical setting in an exciting part of the world This is the perfect place to stay, for travelers can take trips to the city by the Bay, San Francisco, the beautiful vineyards of Napa Valley, and so much more. This is a restful, serene base for some exhilarating excursions. While in residence at this park, people have quick access to Interstate 80. Guests will also be happy to know that shopping at popular stores is also close to the park. The park has 78 RV sites of different sizes for large pull-thru?s. The sites have level, gravel beds for easy set up, full hookups, 30-50 amp service, and vehicle parking. The sites at the park have room for most slide-outs. The pull-thru sites have picnic tables and patios. The guests receive WiFi, cable TV, hookups, laundry, restrooms, showers, and a lovely lounge. The park has been owned and operated by three generations of the same family.

Marin Park

San Rafael, CA

Marin Park near San Rafael, California is located in one of the most beautiful areas in the world. Visitors can go north, east, west, or south for a spectacular excursion. The park allows campers to stay for 24 weeks if certain standards are met and sites are available. Each RV must be self-contained with a proof of inspection by the American National Standard Institute. This requires that the campers have separate black and grey holding tanks, a fresh water holding tank, full kitchen facilities, and full bathroom facilities. Tow vehicles must remain on the property for the duration of the stay. The maximum stay is two weeks if the RV is manufactured 15 years or more from the current year. The park is a short ten minute walk to the bus or ferry service into the beautiful city of San Francisco. The city has many special sites including Golden Gate Park and Fisherman?s Wharf. The vineyards and wineries of Napa Valley are close enough for a day trip, and the Muir Woods, Pt. Reyes, and many other wonderful sites are not far.

Skyline Park

Napa, CA

Visitors can enjoy the Martha Walker Native Plants Garden, disc golf course, camping and picnicking, and the many trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Skyline is only a few miles from downtown Napa where great shops and wonderful restaurants await.

Skyline Wilderness Park

Napa, CA

If you love camping out in the wilderness and then taking to the trail to explore, Skyline Wilderness Park may well appeal. This RV park and campground can be found tucked away in Skyline Park above Napa, and offers a range of options for RVs. You can opt for the full RV package, including water, sewer and electric, or dry camp, with use of sewer on departure. The park has pull-thru sites and big rig access too. Visitors can park up for as much as fifteen nights at a time, and this should give you plenty of opportunity to explore the various trails, and to visit the Martha Walker Nature Garden. You can explore the trails on foot, by bike or on horseback, however dogs are not permitted. Other activities that take place in Skyline Wilderness Park include disc golf and archery, and you may picnic. The park is open seven days a week throughout the year, and opening hours vary seasonally.

The Skyline Wilderness Park

Napa, CA

The Skyline Wilderness Park in Napa, California is an ideal place year round for camping excursions. Campers are welcome for an overnight or two week stays. The park has full accommodations for RV?s with power, water, and sewer. Other sites have partial RV accommodation with power, water, and a free sewer dump on departure. Dry sites for RV camping also includes free sewer dump on departure. Accommodations for horse camping includes the free sewer dump as well on departure. Tent camping is available at a reasonable rate. One special feature at the park is the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden. This beautiful garden is open daily from 8 a.m. until sunset. The three acre garden is a peaceful environment full of birds, butterflies, and native plants. Many educational groups visit to learn about the plants and their cultural heritage. The gardens are a place to relax, enjoy, and refresh one?s spirits on the paths so full of natural treasures.

Napa Valley Expo RV Park

Napa, CA

Nestled between Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley Wine regions, the Napa Valley Expo is the perfect base camp as you explore the tastes of the region. There are many unique wineries and specialty shops nearby. If you would like to learn how to make your own wine and beer then you could take a few lessons from Napa Fermentation Supplies. Everything here is within a 55 mile radius. For the kids you can visit Six Flags, Oakland Zoo, and for the rest of the crowd San Francisco, Sacramento and Infineon Raceway are within reach. This park is a great destination in your RV rental since the roads and pads are wide and easy to access.

Mount Diablo State Park/Juniper Campground

Clayton, CA

If you want to get away from it all, and don?t mind spending some time dry camping, then Juniper Campground in Mount Diablo State Park may well be of interest. This site has none of the usual facilities, but is high up on the mountainside, with great views out across the country. The state park can accommodate RVs up to 20 feet in length, and there is room for 36 units at the Juniper Campground. Mount Diablo itself is famous for its views, and on a clear day you can see huge swathes of California from the top. The peak itself is 3,849 feet, and once you get up here, and after you have finished taking in the view, you can explore the visitor center, and find out about the park?s geology, ecosystems and cultural history. The observation deck, of course, highlights the fantastic views, and you can climb up the spiral stairway to reach this, and then look through the telescope.

Anthony Chabot Regional Park Campground

Oakland, CA

The Anthony Chabot Regional Park Campground is a great place to camp if you want to visit San Leandro in California. It's in Oakland, which is just four miles away, so it won't take you long to get into San Leandro. There are 75 sites here, all with full hookup, a picnic table, and a fire ring with grill. There are restrooms in the campground, with hot showers. The Anthony Chabot Regional Park covers 3,314 acres, and you have full use of it. There are 70 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. Some wend their way through grasslands and eucalyptus groves, while others travel along the shoreline of Lake Chabot. The East Bay Skyline National Trail runs the length of the park, which is 31 miles, so is definitely a challenge. The campground overlooks Lake Chabot, so you have lovely views. You can also fish in the lake if you wish. When you go into San Leandro, you will find many shops and restaurants, as well as golf courses and craft breweries.

University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

If you have a passion for botany or nature in general, then this is a mandatory stop. Established in 1890, the Garden, has amassed over 13,000 different kinds of plants from around the world, cultivated over 34 acres. It is worthy to note that the garden holds one of the largest and most diverse collections in the United States.

UC Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

University of California voted as one of the best public universities in the world, is a landmark of Berkeley and it has a classical architectural feel. There is an amazing tower located at the top of the hill, which offers spectacular views of the city. The library is a majestic building and there is a Greek amphitheater, where amazing performances are shown. UC Berkeley also has a dinosaur exhibition with some interesting replicas of tyrrannosarus rex and a teradactyl.

Tilden Regional Park

Berkeley, CA

Tilden has been called the jewel of the district?s park system, it?s no wonder why the East Bay community considers this park as the haven for recreational activities. From a carousel ride, countless prime picnic spots, swimming at Lake Anza and a stroll through the Botanic Garden there is so much to enjoy, not to mention the 2,079 acres of wild and pristine natural beauty.

Redwood Regional Park

Oakland, CA

You can find this Redwood forest just a few miles over the ridge from downtown Oakland. Once the source of San Francisco Bay Area?s building supplies, logging is now history, and the park is home to regal 150 foot redwoods spread over 1,830 acres. On your hike or run you may be fortunate enough to see rare species such as the golden eagle and Alameda striped racer.

Oakland Museum of California

Oakland, CA

There are 1.9 million objects which include art, history and natural sciences. You can explore the many elements that shape California?s character and landscape. Over 300,000 square feet of interactive exhibitions you can easily spend the day here. Be sure to check out the many events that occur throughout the year, every Friday night there is a gathering for the community which may include dancing or cultural performances, or you can also participate on the guided tours which for example explain the regional geology or natural the resources.

Lake Merritt

Oakland, CA

&nbsp; Lake Merritt, the oldest designated wildlife refuge center, was built in 1870. Now it forms part of the heart of Oakland city. The Lake Merritt 3.4 mile shoreline is heart-shaped. It's a great space for man and nature to mingle. There are many events you can attend at Merritt including a course on Bonsai pruning, birding, or the original child's playground that Disneyland was based on. It's called <a href="http://fairyland.org/">Fairyland</a>.

Alcatraz

San Francisco, CA

Everyone has heard of Alcatraz, the infamous prison that held some of America's most dangerous criminals. The subject of many films and books, Alcatraz has become a part of American culture, ingrained in our history and memory. As part of your visit to San Francisco, don't forget to schedule a tour of Alcatraz Island. Visit the site of so many stories and movies, and experience it, firsthand, for yourself, while also learning about the history behind it all.

Point Bonita Lighthouse

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.

Sonoma Train Town Railroad

Sonoma, CA

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.

Vista Point

, CA

To enjoy views of the San Francisco bay, skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge make your way over to Vista Point. You can even walk or bike the bridge to take in more panoramic views.

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