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No one really needs a reason to get out and explore the great state of California, and Oakley, California, is one of the places that can offer proximity and easy access to many of Northern California’s sites and attractions. That’s why when you book an RV in Oakley you’ll have a great vacation solution, as there is just so much to see and enjoy in the area.

Within the San Francisco Bay Area, Oakley has its own personality. The natural locations are beautiful, and there are plenty of things to do in the city. An Oakley RV rental allows you to see as much as you want and more. You can always park the RV rental in Oakley and take advantage of Tri Delta Transit to catch a bus where you need to go.

You can visit the similarly named city of Oakland with just an hour’s drive, or head into Sacramento. That’s only brushing the surface of all of the places you can check out around Oakley, making it a prime RV rental destination.

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The Great Outdoors

Oakley has plenty of amazing areas to keep you outside as much as possible. The trademarks of the area are the beautiful shorelines that bring entertaining activities along with their tranquilizing vibe. Big Break Shoreline’s variety of natural scenery and trails make it a great spot to walk around right when you hit town. Watch for fish, enjoy some kayaking, or hit the pier on this dynamic shoreline. Then go really deep into nature on Sherman Island where you can find some of the best windsurfing in the state. Beautiful breezes make this a relaxing area to enjoy whether you are on the water or sitting back taking photos. You could also check out the Antioch/Oakley Regional Shoreline where you will find a great 550-foot pier with 24-hour fishing. You can’t get into these waters, but it’s still great for a picnic or putting a kite in the air. Nature lovers will really enjoy a visit to the Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge. You never know what you’ll see along this refuge’s trails. Guided tours are available if you want to see it all.

When you need a break from the wildlife there are plenty of beautiful family-friendly parks to check out. Creekside Park has nice trails, a BMX track, picnic tables and more to wind down and enjoy the sunset. Kids will have a ball at Nunn-Wilson Family Park with its playgrounds, sports courts, and trails. Competing with it as one of the best parks to throw a barbecue is Holly Creek Park. This park has all the bells and whistles with sports, trails, and facilities for making the most out of the fresh air. Oakley has many more great natural attractions to see that make it the perfect spot to rent an RV.

RV Parks

A wide variety of RV parks surround the area of Oakley so finding a spot near your circled destinations shouldn’t be too hard. Sugar Barge RV Resort & Marina offers nice amenities. You can find it in Bethel Island a few miles away You can find multiple great restaurants within a mile and other resources not much farther from the park.

Eddo’s Harbor & RV Park is another waterside retreat near Rio Vista. Though it’s situated in a scenic spot on an island, from here the city is just a couple of miles away. Across the island, you can find Rio Viento RV Park for another scenic spot. The park has a nice variety of amenities.

Before exiting Rio Vista, Duck Island RV Park is another spot to consider parking the Oakley camper rental. It offers a spot for fishing and is close to many local attractions along the coast with a nice steakhouse in walking distance.

Orwood Resort in Brentwood is also worth a look. This park offers outdoor recreation, food, and RV sites with water and electrical hookups. You could also check out Park Delta Bay in Isleton.

Explore the City

Once you decide where to stay there’s plenty more to check out in the area with a smooth, laid-back California vibe. Great local food and drink is a trademark of California and Oakley is no different. Try the local produce and loosen up with a trip to one of the nearby vineyards. If you are looking for more water excitement Prewett Family Park is a fabulous water park.

Head over to the Streets of Brentwood in your Oakley motorhome rental for a cultural walk full of shops and other attractions. You can check out the wildlife at Dow Wetlands Wildlife Habitat Preserve. Then you can hit the town with plenty of bars and clubs to keep you entertained. Of course, there are plenty of golf courses around the area to choose from, too. The area has a lot to explore and that’s why renting an RV in Oakley for your next vacation is a terrific idea.

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