2019 Coachmen Mirada
2019 Coachmen Mirada
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Outside of the small city of Santa Rosa in California is the unincorporated community of Kenwood. The village has been continually inhabited since the late 19th century, and possibly earlier as the land was located on a Mexican land grant.
Like much of Sonoma County, Kenwood is known for its world-class wine, much like the adjacent Napa County. Spectacular rolling vineyards are a common sight in the area and much of the tourism is centered on the wine industry that thrives to this day in Northern California due to its Mediterranean climate. You can book an RV in Kenwood and take a tour of the many different vineyards and wineries in the area or head down to San Francisco to see the famous Bay Area. State parks surround Kenwood in several directions and much of Northern California's unparalleled natural beauty is just a short drive away when you rent an RV and take a road trip.
It can be quite difficult to plot out your destinations when planning your tour of Northern California as there are so many incredible places to take into consideration. State parks, national forests, recreation areas, and national parks are prevalent in the Golden State so it's all about figuring out what your ideal place might be like. Trione-Annadel State Park is between Santa Rosa and Kenwood and is extraordinarily easy to get to in your Kenwood camper rental. The park was once home to the Wappo and Pomo indigenous peoples and is known for its stunning wildflowers and obsidian volcanic features. The park is best enjoyed by hiking or mountain biking its many trails, and fishing is a popular pastime too. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is on the other side of Kenwood to the east, with two large peaks that you can climb up for exciting views of the surrounding valleys dotted with vineyards. Over 25 miles of trails carry visitors through magnificent forests, and hiking, biking, and horseback riding are some of the best ways to see the park. When you bring your Kenwood motorhome rental to the park you can also catch a glimpse of some of its towering seasonal waterfalls.
Clear Lake State Park is north of Kenwood and sits on the shores of massive Clear Lake, a 68-square mile body of water among the oldest in North America. Watersports such as boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, jet skiing, wakeboarding, and waterskiing are delightful ways to enjoy the lake. Clear Lake is also one of the best fishing spots in all of California due to its immense supply of bass and trout. There is also a marina, a swimming beach with showers, and hundreds of campsites spread over four campgrounds, a lovely place to park your Kenwood RV rental.
If you feel as though you need to see some of California’s iconic coastline while you visit the Golden State, take your Kenwood camper rental to Point Reyes National Seashore which is just north of San Francisco. This pristine wilderness envelopes a massive stretch of coastline, with untouched and undeveloped beaches shielded by the forest around it. Hiking through the ancient woods and atop the rocky bluffs that overlook the ocean can be quite magical and there are a variety of different natural treasures to see throughout the seashore. Hidden waterfalls and private beaches are located throughout Point Reyes and there are a few places to camp when you rent an RV and bring it to the park.
As is the case with most of the state, Kenwood is an easy place to rent an RV in and find a place to park it for the night. Lots of the local campgrounds and RV parks cater to the wine tourism business. San Francisco North/Petaluma KOA is not far from town, with a dog park, a large pool, a hot tub, a sauna, and a restaurant. You can even rent bicycles at the campground to take a spin around the town and go sightseeing. Napa Valley Expo RV Park is home to the county fair, which can be a fun experience if you happen to be in town for it.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds and RV Park holds the Sonoma County Fair and many other events, so staying there could be ideal if you are in town for one of its celebrations.
You can even camp at one of the nearby state parks if you feel like immersing yourself in nature a bit more, so the possibilities are truly endless.
There are lots of places to visit in and around Kenwood, and most of these places happen to be vineyards. Hundreds of vineyards dot the countryside, so visiting the various vineyards and mansions can be an exciting way to get a feel for the local culture. There are lots of wineries in town that serve these local wines so you can sample them all and figure out which ones you like best.
Morton’s Warm Springs Resort is based around its incredible swimming pools that stay warm year-round. The hot springs have been in continuous use for over a century and you can find some historic buildings on site since it was the first hot spring to be developed in the area. William Hood House in Santa Rosa is a fantastic preserved historic home that was built back when California was still part of Mexico. You can tour the rural mansion to get a good idea of what life was once like in the 19th century.