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Discover Merced, CA
California has beautiful beaches, gorgeous public lands and tons of attractions that draw people from all over the country. Just a few hours drive east from San Francisco, you can visit the charming small town of Merced, California, which is known as the Gateway to Yosemite. Not only is it located two hours away from Yosemite National Park — one of the most visited, and famous, national parks in the country — but it’s also a great town to experience with the family. Book an RV in Merced, California, and experience other attractions, too, like the world’s largest cheese factory.
Rent an RV and experience the local cuisine, the arts, and, of course, the outdoors. Finding a worthy adventure will not be a problem in this part of California. Take your Merced RV rental to all the vast public lands in the area, or drive it to one of the major cities. Visit San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, or Sacramento in your luxury RV rental, and let California show you how to do a vacation.
The Great Outdoors
There is no better way to experience the outdoors in this part of the state than to take the family to Yosemite National Park. This park is incredibly impressive, and it has tons of activities available for people of all ages and skill level. If rock climbing is your thing, then you could try one of the many routes on the famous vertical wall known as El Capitan. This massive wall is over 7,500 feet in elevation and one of the most challenging in the world.
Yosemite National Park is over 1,000 square miles in size, and there are routes of all lengths and elevations for people of all skill levels. There are plenty of easy hikes all over the park, some of which feature waterfalls and high altitudes that offer expansive vistas of the park. For those wishing to backpack through the park, be sure to do your research and find out whether you need a permit. As always, be sure to stay hydrated, stay safe, and don’t try anything dangerous. As beautiful as this park may be, it’s easy to get lost or injured, so respect nature and abide by the Leave No Trace rules.
While Yosemite National Park may be the cream of the national park crop, there are other great public lands just south of Yosemite. You can visit Sequoia National Park, with its giant sequoia trees, which are unlike anything else in the world. Closer to Merced, you could try visiting the Sierra National Forest — there is plenty of hiking and camping here too, and it is less trafficked by visitors.
Speaking of camping, these public lands do offer RV parking, but accessibility varies by campsite. It’s worth researching ahead of time if you wish to park your Merced motorhome rental at one of these national parks because the amenities differ from one campsite to the next.
If you are looking for a more traditional RV park experience near Merced, then you are in luck. There are several highly-rated RV parks in the Merced area that have everything from full hookups and Wi-Fi to washing machines and pools. Take a look around the web first though so you can find the RV park that suits the needs of your family.
There are a few truck stops in the area, so you should be able to easily refuel the Merced rental motorhome. These spots sometimes have restaurants onsite, too, where you can grab a hot meal. You may find showers at some of the stops, where you can wash off the last hundred miles and freshen up a bit. Grocery stores are plentiful in the city of Merced and there’s a Walmart northwest of town.
Exploring the City
Merced is not a big city, and if you’re looking for giant shopping malls and expensive restaurants, then you’re better off in San Francisco. Merced offers visitors a charming experience, which is home to a few popular festivals for arts and the blues. Theaters in town provide entertainment throughout the year, where you can enjoy high-quality performances put on by actors and actresses from around the area.
There are great restaurants in Merced too, and they offer your typical American cuisines like burgers, pizza, and Asian food. Plus, Merced has a ridiculously beautiful countryside, and its proximity to the outdoors is unbeatable. Get the family an RV rental in Merced, and see the other side of California.
RV Rentals in Merced, CA
Merced, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Merced. Outdoorsy's Merced 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 Merced 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.Popular RV Types & Amenities
What's around Merced, CA
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Local Hiking Trails
|Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail||Curry Village||California|
|Half Dome Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Donner Creek Loop Trail||Clayton||California|
|Lower Yosemite Falls Trail||Mariposa||California|
|PG&E and Coyote Trails||Cupertino||California|
|Lake Chabot Trail||Castro Valley||California|
|Upper Yosemite Falls Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Castle Rock and Goat Rock Trail||Los Gatos||California|
|Mission Peak Loop from Stanford Avenue Staging Area||Fremont||California|
|Berry Creek Falls Trail||Boulder Creek||California|