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Information About Gustine, CA

Thanks to its prime location beside the Pacific Highway, when you book an RV in Gustine, CA, you’re at an ideal starting point to explore the entire Central Valley region of California. Gustine is situated in the beautiful San Joaquin Valley, in a predominantly agricultural area, just under 30 miles west of the county seat of Merced. Within an easy drive of the many nearby attractions and state parks, Gustine is also only around a 90-minute drive away from the San Francisco Bay Area. With your Gustine motorhome rental, you’ll certainly have no shortage of places to visit.

Whether you plan to stop over in the area in your Gustine RV rental or to discover the wider region, you’ll have plenty to see and do. Just a 20-minute drive in your Gustine camper rental brings you to excellent places for fishing, water skiing, hiking, windsurfing, and wildlife spotting. Highway 140 runs through the city and takes you to the incredible Yosemite National Park in around two hours. With a Gustine RV rental by owner, you’re also only about a two-hour drive away from the Monterey Coast and the magnificent Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Gustine is a great place for a relaxed start to your Californian vacation. Enjoy the surrounding agricultural landscape with farms and dairies against the coastal hills backdrop. Local produce can be enjoyed and purchased at the weekly certified farmers market held in Gustine’s Henry Miller Park. Thanks to its variety of local shops and a decent selection of restaurants and eateries, Gustine is a great place to stop by before hitting the road in your RV rental.

The Great Outdoors

Less than half an hour’s drive in your Gustine motorhome rental brings you to San Luis Reservoir State Recreation Area, home to three lakes and a variety of recreational activities including boating, board sailing, and fishing. Stop by at the visitor center to learn about the reservoir and water projects. You can also take advantage of the telescopes provided to view the area. The park is a popular place to picnic with the North and South Beach day-use areas providing round 200 picnic sites with shade ramadas, tables, and BBQ grills. If you feel like a stroll after your picnic, the five-mile San Luis Accessible Trail runs along the O’Neill Forebay shoreline or you could try the six-mile Lone Oak Trail round trip that starts near the Basalt Boat Ramp.

Henry W. Coe State Park, one of Northern California’s largest state parks is about an hour's drive away in your Gustine RV rental. The park extends over 87,000 acres of rugged terrain with steep ridges and canyons. Biking and hiking are popular activities along the park’s trails and old ranch roads which cover over 250 miles. If you’re looking to cool off, try the China Hole Loop hike which passes by the site of an old mineral springs resort, before bringing you to China Hole - a natural pool of 20 feet wide by 7-8 feet deep with a small beach and exposed boulders. If you’re interested in history, you could check out the photos of the Madrone Soda Springs spa from before it got dismantled, on display at the visitor center.

Another nearby park worth visiting with the Gustine camper rental is Pinnacles National Park. The stunning rock formations that the park is famous for were created by volcanoes around 23 million years ago. This unique landscape of talus caves and rock spires is home to the highly endangered Californian Condor. You may also see golden eagles and falcons on your visit, as well as bobcats, coyotes, or even the elusive mountain lion. The park has 32 miles of hiking trails, or you can explore the cave formations. Climbing is also a popular activity with routes varying from simple top rope climbs to multi-pitch climbs along Machete Ridge.

Two of the area’s most famous parks are both situated around a two-hour drive away with a Gustine motorhome rental - Castle Rock State Park and Yosemite National Park.

Castle Rock is famous for its sculpted sandstone, forests, and stunning panoramic views, being home to one of the highest ridges in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Hike, backpack, or horseback ride the park’s trail system for over 30 miles. The trails link to the extensive Santa Clara and San Lorenzo Valley trails as well as the Skylink to the Sea Trail. Try the Saratoga Toll Road hike along the historic logging and stagecoach road for scenic viewpoints or stroll the short 1.3-mile circuit to see the 75-foot Castle Rock Falls. The park’s many caverns and rock formations, including its namesake, Castle Rock, make it a popular climbing destination.

Yosemite National Park needs little introduction as one of the nation’s most famous parks. Extending over 1,200 square miles, there is a vast multitude of areas and places to visit within the park. Whether it's your first visit or your hundredth, you’ll still be amazed by the beauty of Yosemite. Visit Yosemite Valley, accessible all year round, and enjoy some of Yosemite's most famous views including Tunnel View. Tour the giant sequoias at Mariposa Grove, with over 500 mature sequoias and guided tours, there’s plenty to take in. Or drive your Gustine luxury RV rental down to Tuolumne Meadows and enjoy the sheer beauty of this huge subalpine meadow. While you’re in the area take in the magnificent views from the Tioga Road, a 47-mile scenic drive between Crane Flat and Tioga Pass.

RV Parks

There’s a good variety of campsites in the surrounding area, so you won‘t have far to look if you’re thinking of parking your camper rental near Gustine. You could check out Santa Nella RV Park situated near to the I-5 and within walking distance of several large coffee shops and eateries. The park provides pull-through, full-hookup sites with cable and Wi-Fi. There is an on-site laundry room and this pet-friendly RV park also features a dog run.

Alternatively, you could think about stopping over at Los Banos West/I-5 KOA. This campground is located near to the I-5 and the historic town of Los Banos. The campground is big rig-friendly and can accommodate RVs up to 90 feet long with its pull-through sites and full hookups including cable and Wi-Fi. There are a pool and a camping kitchen available for use, as well as a dog park.

There are plenty more options both nearby and farther away, so you could try out an RV park near to the coast or book now and reserve yourself a site near Yosemite. Plenty of other interesting parks also benefit from nearby campsites, or you could just go exploring in your Gustine motorhome rental and see where the road takes you.

Exploring the City

Stop and explore the city when you pick up or drop off your travel trailer rental near Gustine. There’s a good selection of restaurants and eateries downtown, catering to a wide variety of tastes. There are also several stores that might come in handy to pick up any last-minute purchases before hitting the road.

When you’re in Gustine, visit the historic Henry Miller Park. The park is home to the city’s certified farmers market and also hosts other local events. In any case, it’s a pleasant place for a stroll and to admire this peaceful corner of California. You could also stop at the landmark Schmidt Park which has a pond for kids’ fishing as well as numerous sports fields. This 25-acre park also features BBQs and is home to the local community center.

Learn about the area’s past and admire the architecture of the Gustine Historical Museum, housed in the 100-year-old historic Merced County justice building and jail. Designated a California Point of Historic Interest, the museum is home to temporary and permanent displays which give insight into the past through exhibits including cowboy tack and gear, jail cells, and information on the local dairy industry and Henry Miller.

With a Gustine RV rental, there’s plenty to visit and thanks to its central location, the city makes an ideal starting point for exploring the entire area.

RV Rentals in Gustine, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Gustine. Outdoorsy's Gustine 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 Gustine 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, Sequoia National Park, and Mount Tamalpais State Park. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 93221, California, 93230, California, 93238, California, 93245, California, 93257, California, and 93268, California.

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