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The City of Greenfield, California is located on Highway 101 in the heart of Salinas Valley, formed by the Gabilan Mountains range to the east and the Santa Lucia Mountains range to the west. Greenfield sits approximately 135 miles south of San Francisco, 95 miles south of San Jose and 60 miles north of Paso Robles, making it close to major cities, but far enough away from the bright lights to experience some great night star-gazing.

Due to its central location near California’s Coast, Greenfield is a perfect springboard to a number of natural attractions and cultural activities in Monterey County. You’ll be only minutes from exploring the trails of a National Park or the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean. As you cruise along in your RV rental from Greenfield, you’ll also be right in one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world, where you may enjoy sampling great food and drinks from this vibrant region after a day full of sightseeing excursions.

Visitors and local aviators will want to follow the development of the 131 acre complex of Greenfield's Yanks Air Museum and Recreation Center. The large facility is in a steady process of expanding to feature a world-class collection of restored aircraft covering the entire spectrum of American Aviation technology, as well as providing restaurants, retail shops, and onsite accommodations.

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The Great Outdoors

Hikers, rock climbers, and nature enthusiasts can drive their Greenfield travel trailer rental to the spectacular Pinnacles National Park, set in the mountains east of Salinas Valley. There are 26,000 acres of rock formations and remnants of an extinct 23 million year old volcano to traverse. Whether you prefer a short loop or an all-day trek, you will be able to enjoy 30 miles of different trails and climbing routes. The park is also a great place for unique wildlife-viewing. It provides a home to hundreds of diverse species, including caves with big-eared bats and nesting places for the majestic California condor, the largest endangered soaring bird in North America.

You can easily connect to Highway 1, a route that winds north or south along almost 100 miles of stunning Pacific Ocean coastline. The Monterrey Bay National Marine Sanctuary offers an aquatic playground for surfers, scuba divers, and those that enjoy venturing out with their kayaks.

Should you prefer to stay on land, there are many beautiful places to explore by foot, bike or horseback. Point your Greenfield RV rental to Big Sur and head to Los Padres National Forest where you are able to enjoy a hike to a hot spring, play (or watch the pros) at a legendary golf course, or opt for a beachside sojourn at either a wild State Park or at a charming community such as, Carmel-by-the-Sea.

RV Parks

Yanks RV Resort offers every upscale amenity you should want for your luxury Greenfield motorhome rental. Designed to accommodate all types of RV’s, set out to lounge at the resort’s swimming pool, spa or outdoor fireplace and patios. If you are into fitness don't forget to take advantage of the fitness center. Other amenities located at the site include: a store, laundry facilities, and fenced pet park with a pet wash. A propane filling station is located on site. Plus you’ll also be located at the Yanks Air Museum so you can experience flying without leaving the ground.

To be in a more natural environment, Pinnacles Campground is located within the eastern side of the National Park in a rolling landscape decorated with various kinds of oak trees..Located less than an hour from Greenfield in Paicines, and near Hollister, the campsite is open-year round. Amenities offered here are electric hookups for your RV, showers, and a swimming pool. If you’re in need of any entertainment or supplies there are nature programs and an on-site general store with basic foods and camping equipment. Depending on the season, you can also enjoy a tranquil creek running through the grounds or colorful wildflowers in the nearby meadows.

Exploring the City

After you rent an RV in Greenfield, head out on an adventure and get a sense of what makes this county so culturally and environmentally dynamic. There are endless attractions to explore in nearby Monterrey -- start by exploring its world-famous aquarium, wander the dining, shopping, and entertainment district of Cannery Row, and take a walking tour of historic Fisherman’s Wharf.

Head inland to neighboring Salinas to visit the internationally-known Mazda Raceway, a motorsports race track hosting several major annual races and other ongoing auto industry events. Or, discover the world of famed local novelist John Steinbeck. His creative legacy lives on through exhibits at the National Steinbeck Center and the Steinbeck House, a Victorian-style building dating back to 1897 and now a museum/restaurant marking the author’s birthplace.

For more history, cruise over and explore Mission Soledad and Mission San Antonio, two historic sites along El Camino Real (current Highway 101), a pathway where early Spanish explorers established settlements around a string of Franciscan missions that have been carefully preserved.

Learn why the Salinas Valley area has been nicknamed the "Salad Bowl of the World" by sampling fresh fruits and veg cultivated from its rich soil and ideal climate. With your camper rental from Greenfield you’ll also be in a prime location to enjoy the River Road Wine Trail along the base of the Santa Lucia Mountains. Celebrate a day of adventuring by toasting at one of the many highly acclaimed vineyards spread throughout the wine country of Monterey County.

Whether you’re traveling through California or just looking for a weekend getaway, Book an RV in Greenfield and experience the many features of The Golden State!

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