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Once known as a mining community in the Sierra Nevada foothills, Mariposa is a gorgeous mountain town east of Merced in California. Mariposa comes from the Spanish word for butterfly and was named by the early explorers for the copious amounts of butterflies that spend their winters in the warm Mediterranean climates of Central California.

Before the arrival of European settlers, Mariposa was a peaceful village belonging to the Southern Sierra Miwok indigenous people. In the mid-19th century, the area was swarmed by prospectors in search of gold, and the small mining camp of Agua Fria was established a few miles from Mariposa.

In the present day, Mariposa is the county seat for Mariposa County, a swath of land that contains parts of California’s Central Valley and a large chunk of Yosemite National Park. Much of the local economy is intertwined with this massive national park found minutes away to the east of Mariposa, making it a fantastic place to rent an RV. Aside from the many national parks and forests found in the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the east, you can visit several cities quite easily when you book an RV in Mariposa. Sacramento, the capital city of California, is only a few hours’ drive north, while the San Francisco Bay area is a couple of hours west on the Pacific coast.

Outdoors Adventures

The number of parks, forests, recreation areas, and conservation lands in California can be overwhelming when it comes to planning a trip. When you rent an RV in a place like Mariposa, there is great potential to cover a large territory with your newfound mobility. Lake McClure is a nice place to kick off your tour through California and cool off in one of the larger lakes in the state. Lake McClure is noteworthy for being a prime place to fish, go boating, swim, or go hiking. There are four campgrounds and recreation areas on the shores of the lake, like Barrett Cove Recreation Area, McClure Point Recreation Area, and Hunters Valley Point Recreation Area, all of which are suitable places to camp with your Mariposa RV rental by owner.

Great Valley Grasslands State Park can be found on the other side of Merced, California when you rent an RV in Mariposa and head west on CA-140. This sprawling grassland is protected and recognized by the state government for its importance to the environment. The park is known for its stunning wildflowers of all different hues and excellent fishing in the rivers and streams on site. This massive wetland area is one of the largest in all of California and features an impressive variety of wildlife that can be seen and photographed by guests.

Sierra National Forest is a sprawling wilderness area due east of Mariposa, with ample space to explore, go hiking, or camp out in your Mariposa luxury motorhome rental. The majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains are the main attraction at Sierra National Forest, and well over a million acres of hidden lakes, lofty waterfalls, and ancient groves of sequoia trees can be discovered by explorers in the John Muir Wilderness Area in the forest.

It would be absolutely egregious to omit Yosemite National Park from the list of things to see when you pick up your camper rental in Mariposa and set off for adventure. This national treasure attracts well over four and a half million visitors each year to witness one of the most iconic stretches of nature in America. Rock climbing, in particular, is a popular pursuit at Yosemite with many of the campgrounds dedicated to climbers at the bottom of its climbing routes. El Capitan is a large granite monolith at Yosemite that is perhaps the Holy Grail of rock climbing, with unreal beauty and treacherous conditions making for expert-caliber climbing.

RV Parks to Visit

Since it is found only about 40 miles from the entrance of Yosemite National Park, the area is teeming with campgrounds and RV parks that can accommodate you. Yosemite Westlake Campground & RV Park is located quite close to the national park's entrance and is full of fantastic scenery and spacious camping sites.

High Sierra RV & Mobile Park is also located nearby, with lots of wonderful amenities like swimming areas, a recreation room, a supply store, fishing spots, and much more. There are way too many campgrounds in Yosemite National Park to possibly name, but check out Jerseydale, Dry Gulch, or Indian Flat Campgrounds as they are closer to Mariposa than the others.

No matter where you choose to camp, one thing is certain: the scenery will be breathtaking and the camping will be sublime anywhere near the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Sequoia groves of Yosemite.

City Sightseeing

Mariposa acts as the county seat for all of Mariposa County, so it holds all of the vital services and county government buildings in the heart of town. The historic courthouse for the county was erected in 1854, and people are gently reminded of this fact when they see the date inscribed on the small white building reminiscent of a New England coastal town.

There are plenty of wineries to sample California wine in town, as most of Central California is excellently suited for the growing of grapes. The Mariposa County Visitor Center is a fabulous resource to take advantage of when you rent an RV in Mariposa, CA. There are local maps, hiking trail guides, and Yosemite National Park information at the helpful center, as well as a gift shop with souvenirs.

The California State Mining and Mineral Museum is dedicated to preserving and studying the history of California’s gold mining industry that was largely responsible for bringing a large influx of migrant workers to the west coast of the United States. The museum has a wealth of minerals, gems, and mining implements in informational exhibits as well as a welcoming gift shop with fun gifts to bring home to friends and family. The Mariposa Museum and History Center also focuses on the history of Mariposa and Mariposa County, with some information on the mining industry too. This institution covers history dating back to the Native Americans that called Mariposa home long before Europeans reached the continent.

RV Rentals in Mariposa, CA

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

There are many popular rentals in Mariposa. Outdoorsy's Mariposa 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 Mariposa 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, and Sequoia National Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Glacier Point Trail Mariposa California
Half Dome Trail Mariposa California
Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail Curry Village California
Four Mile Trail Mariposa California
Moro Rock Trail Sequoia National Park California
Upper Yosemite Falls Trail Mariposa California
Mount Tallac Trail South Lake Tahoe California
Lower Yosemite Falls Trail Mariposa California
Horsetail Falls Trail Twin Bridges California
Sentinel Dome Trail Mariposa California

Nearby Dumpstations

Pacific Pride Commercial

2775 Winton Way Atwater, CA 95301
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Sundown RV Parts & Service

2550 N Ashby Rd Atwater, CA 95301
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Turlock, CA 95380
Southbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Denis RV Center

2419 W Monte Vista Ave Turlock, CA 95382
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Propane (D) (SR)

Rocket Truck Wash

2255 F St Livingston, CA 95334
truck wash - 13 truck parking spaces - store - Blueberry Hill Restaurant

RVs 4 Less

14334 Hwy 41 Madera, CA 93636
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals (SR) (D)

KRS Truckwash

Hwy 99 Exit 18 1/2 Madera, CA 93637-9761
truck wash

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Turlock, CA 95380
Northbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

RV Outlet

2949 N. Parkway Dr Fresno, CA 93722
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

A Class Repair

2557 West Cambridge Avenue Fresno, CA 93705
General Repair, Parts Sales (SR)

Nearby Campgrounds

The Merced River RV Resort

campground Delhi, CA
The Merced River RV Resort near Turlock, California is a great place for campers and their recreational vehicles. The beautiful campground is located on the Merced River. The staff at the resort is devoted to their guests, and they take care of any hassles while their guests have fun. They are experts on resorts and camping, so they anticipate and avoid problems before they happen. The sites have full hook-ups for RVs. There are accommodations for pull-thru and back-in RV?s. Electric hookups are available for 20,30, and 50 amps. Free Wi-Fi and satellite TV are also available for residents. Most sites benefit from the shade of large oak trees.The park is open year round, for the weather is almost always excellent. The park has many amenities for the guests, and the area offers many opportunities for exciting excursions. Visitors will find spectacular hiking trails close by, and there are rafting opportunities on the Merced River

The Lakes RV and Golf Resort

campground Chowchilla, CA
If you are looking for an RV park that is well located for the many attractions of central California, and where there is plenty to do on site, then the Lakes RV and Golf Resort in Chowchilla ? around 15 miles from Madera ? can make for a good choice. This park can accommodate just under 90 units, and has great all round facilities for visitors to enjoy, as well as key amenities such as big rig access, pull-thru sites, water, electric, sewer and free Wi-Fi access. A number of lakeside pitches are available. The park has a clubhouse, a swimming pool and a spa, all of which are conveniently located by the central water feature. Visitors can play golf at the Pheasant Run Golf Club, and this is offered on a complimentary basis for two persons. There are also lighted tennis courts, as well as facilities for playing volleyball, basketball and horseshoes.

Blackstone North RV Park

campground Fresno, CA
If you are looking to visit central California, then Blackstone North RV Park in Fresno may well be of interest. It is an attractive, moderately-sized park, with space for around 100 units, which offers key amenities such as water, electric and sewer. It has lots of shade, and generous spaces for RVs, with big rig access and pull-thru sites. Pets are allowed, and the site is family friendly. There is a laundry, as well as restrooms and showers, and the park is close to North Fresco, where there are restaurants and shops. The park is less than five miles from Clovis, California where you can visit Old Town Clovis, and enjoy a stroll around the antique shops and boutiques, and is also conveniently located for visiting Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park ? both around 90 minutes? drive away.

Yosemite National Park

attraction Yosemite Valley, CA
Yosemite National Park is located in the central Sierra Nevada Mountains, and it?s surrounded by other parks. It has been designated as a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite is recognized worldwide for its deep valleys, waterfalls, giant sequoia groves, and a vast wilderness area. There are activities to do year round. If you?re an avid rock climber then you should experience its many routes. Hiking and camping are allowed here as well. Skiing, horseback riding, nature and history programs, rafting and other water sports and guided bus tours are also available.

Yosemite National Park Valley Floor

campground Yosemite Valley, CA
Yosemite National Park is the grand daddy of all National Parks and represents one of the most amazing and awe inspiring landscapes in the world. Camp right in the heart of the action in one of the Upper or Lower Pines National Park Campgrounds. There are not hookups at this campground so book your RV rental with a generator to b able to brew your coffee and charge your phone. Walk from the camp to half dome trail, the base of Bridal Veil falls or just admire the face of El Capitan. Outdoorsy RV rentals will get you there in style

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