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Jack London State Historic Park is situated near the northern coast of California and has views of Sonoma Mountain. The state park is named after Jack London, a famous writer, and contains the home where London once lived as well as his burial site. In addition to this, the park features the ruins of a structure that was meant to be his family’s new home, but he died before it was completed.

Jack London State Historic Park is a few minutes away from Santa Rosa and Petaluma. The area tends to have mild temperatures year-round, including during the winter.

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Getting Outdoors

There are numerous things to do outdoors while at Jack London State Historic Park. One is hiking. Visitors can trek through the park where they’ll not only come across stunning scenery but a few historic structures as well, like the Wolf House. Many of the trails are surrounded by Douglas firs, black oaks, and redwoods that often fill the air with a slightly spicy scent.

Visitors could also go birdwatching. Because Jack London State Historic Park is bordered by thick forests, birdwatchers will discover many different species flying around. These include teals, geese, grebes, hawks, and owls. Birdwatchers can stay close to the park's main area or venture out into the nearby backcountry trail to try viewing birds.

Another thing to do at the state park is landscape photography. This park is filled with majestic forests and stunning ruins that are the perfect backdrop for photos. There is also a small garden near the Winery Cottage that is filled with vibrant plants and was where London used to look out at as he wrote. During the spring, the nearby hills are often filled with orange poppies creating a breathtaking contrast with the green grass.

Camping at Jack London State Historic Park

Book an RV in Sonoma County, and reserve a spot at one of the many RV campgrounds situated near this state park. One is Mirabel RV Park and Campground. This RV campground has sites overlooking the Russian River that come with amenities such as electricity and water. There are also restrooms and showers available. Other features of this pet-friendly campground include grills, picnic tables, and fire pits.

Keep your motorhome at the San Francisco North/Petaluma KOA. This RV campground offers numerous sites that come with amenities like WiFi, water, electric, and cable. There is also a pool, snack bar, hot tub, and rock wall.

Exploring the Area

Should you like to explore the surrounding area with your travel trailer, you’ll discover numerous places you can stop by at. In Petaluma, there’s the Helen Putnam Regional Park. This regional park is known for its unique grassy hills and massive oak forests. Visitors can explore the park by hiking down one of the many meandering trails. In addition to this, you’ll also find a small fish pond on the grounds that is filled with a variety of different species, like bluegill. Keep in mind there is a parking fee.

About an hour away in San Francisco is Alcatraz Island. This eerie island is situated over a mile away from the city of San Francisco and was where many of history’s most notorious criminals were held. To visit, you will be whisked away by ferry to the island where you can then disembark and take a tour of the grounds. While here, you’ll be able to explore the prison and learn more about how it was run. You might also hear some spooky stories about those who tried to escape from the prison by jumping into the San Francisco Bay. Other highlights on the island include a lighthouse, water tower, library, and recreation yard.

Visitors could also head over to Sacramento with their motorhome to explore the Old Sacramento Waterfront District. As a United States Historic Landmark, this district was once a bustling railroad center and often saw gold miners journeying through. Today, the old structures have been restored and converted into restaurants and shops. Besides this, there are plenty of museums to browse through, like one that showcases vintage cars. Tours are available of the district, including a guided tour of its 100-year-old underground tunnels.

Another possible place of interest is the Berkeley Rose Garden. Situated in the city of Berkeley, this garden features over 250 different types of roses for visitors to view that are grown in numerous gardens that overlook the San Francisco Bay. This garden is also connected to Codornices Park, which is known for its large lawn that is often used for picnics.

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