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Information About Elk Grove, CA

Just south of Sacramento in northern California, Elk Grove offers visitors proximity to a variety of locales while also remaining conveniently located near several major cities. If you consider yourself to be an avid hiker or nature lover, book an RV in Sacramento County and explore the landscape. Right in between a section of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, with Californian forests to the east and the Pacific Coast to the west, Elk Grove serves as the ideal middle ground. Founded in 1850, but incorporated as recently as 2000, this quickly growing city is sure to delight you with its unique history and Californian charm.

Because it is a relatively newer community, as far as American towns go, the streets in Elk Grove are wide enough to be driven along in an RV. However, if you don’t feel like driving your camper rental in Elk Grove, there is the e-Tran. This public transportation bus service is spread throughout Elk Grove and can easily get you from point A to point B.

Elk Grove just recently increased in popularity, but once you get to the area you will see why. With its proximity to Sacramento and San Francisco, and its central location allowing you to venture out into the Californian wilderness with ease, it is no wonder that so many people are flocking to the city that boasts a “Proud Heritage, Bright Future”.

The Great Outdoors

If you’re looking for something local and lowkey to do, you can head to the banks of the Sacramento River. You can park your Elk River RV rental and walk up and down the river and enjoy the trees and various other flora along the way. Also, it is not uncommon to spot some sea lions swimming around, especially if you’re closer to San Francisco. There are several places where you can rent kayaks and canoes along the river, so that can give you a whole new perspective of this northern Californian artery.

If you’re looking to get a little deeper into nature, a little over an hour east of Elk Grove is the Stanislaus National Forest. With three preserved wilderness areas that require special permits to go into (Emigrant Wilderness, Mokelumne Wilderness, and Carson-Iceberg Wilderness), you can enjoy the beautiful world around you in relative solitude. If you’re looking for something a little more traveled, there are plenty of day-hiking trips around the park that range in difficulty. Because Stanislaus is in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, some of the trails may be steeper and more arduous than others. If you simply cannot take yourself away from the park, there are several RV campsites where you can set up the Elk Grove RV rental by owner for the night.

If you want to spend the day without a care in the world, the Pacific Coast is only about two and a half hours west. Or, consider spending some time at the Point Reyes National Seashore with the Elk Grove motorhome rental. Here, you can take seaside hikes, view historic lighthouses, and even see some seals, sea lions, and maybe even a whale or two.

RV Parks

While you’re planning all of your day trips and little adventures, don’t forget that you’re going to need somewhere to park your RV rental in Elk Grove. In between Elk Grove and Sacramento is Stillman RV Park. This park offers visitors a pool, kitchen, laundry rooms, showers, and even a fenced-in dog run.

If you’re traveling with a boat, there are a couple marina-equipped RV parks in the area. A popular spot, just north of Elk Grove, is the Sherwood Harbor Marina & RV Park. Surrounded by century-old trees, you can enjoy full hookups, gas and diesel pumps, laundry rooms, and an on-site convenience store.

Exploring the City

After you’ve enjoyed the natural beauty of northern California, there’s plenty to see and do in and around Elk Grove to keep you entertained. In true northern California fashion, there are plenty of wineries where you can tour, taste, and enjoy the regional wine offerings. Or, you can head down the streets of Old Town Elk Grove and shop the various boutique stores, try local restaurants, and forget the bustling city life around you.

If you’re looking for something more specific, the Sacramento Zoo just north of Elk Grove offers the perfect day trip. You can get up close and personal with giraffes, tigers, and snow leopards. There are also plenty of stage shows where you can see these magnificent creatures in action, such as birds of prey flight shows, animal encounters, and various nature talks.

RV Rentals in Elk Grove, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Elk Grove. Outdoorsy's Elk Grove 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 Elk Grove 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, Mount Tamalpais State Park, and Auburn State Recreation Area. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 93221, California, 93230, California, 93245, California, 93274, California, 93277, California, and 93291, California.

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