Orangevale, CA RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Orangevale, CA
Great experience. Flexible owners. Nice vehicle.
wonderful experience, Joanne is a delight to work with. Highly recommended.
Joanne was very straightforward, friendly, and easy to deal with. The entire rental experience with her was exactly what you would expect. We had a blast onboard her camper!
Rv was awesome and ran very well. Easy to operate. Joanne was pleasant and personable!!!
The burners on the stove were not operational, but we were given a discount of $20 per day to compensate. And it was less of an issue because we were traveling with another...
Erik was great to work with from the initial emails all the way thru explaining the vehicle and checking us out at the end. Vehicle had everything we could need and beds were...
Erik was great to work with and his RV was clean easy to use. I will be renting from Erik in future.
Great RV! Clean and comfortable! Erik made the entire process simple and hassle free. Will rent again for sure! Thanks, again, Erik!!!
Very helpful and easy going. Made picking up and dropping off a breeze.
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San Joaquin County, CA613 RV Rentals
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Orangevale, CA
You can relive the gold rush era at the Old Sacramento State Historic Park and explore 296 acres filled with 50 historic buildings. Old Sacramento?s fame lies in it being the last station of the Pony Express postal system in the west, which was the first transcontinental railroad. The historic park has more buildings of historical value than any other place in the West.
The world famous Folsom Lake offers a ton of RV camping options along the scenic shores. As a bonus the American River trail ends here allowing you to hop on the bikes and ride a paved multi-use trail all the way down into Sacramento (just not that down part because it is uphill all the way back!) RV sites are available both with and without hookups so if you want to save some money on a campsite get a RV rental with a generator and book a primitive site.
Vineyard RV Park is located halfway between Citrus Heights and the city of San Francisco, making it an ideal place to stay while you visit both locations. Sacramento is also an easy half hour drive east. Simply follow Interstate 80 southwest from Citrus Heights, and continue driving for 40 miles past Sacramento to reach this idyllic spot near the Napa Valley. Discover your immediate surroundings with trips to local wineries and many stellar golf courses. Bring your RV, as there?s also a place to refill your propane tank and a dumping station. Visitors can also rent one of many cozy cabins that are available. The entire park is equipped with free WiFi, and most sites also have free cable television. Activities and amenities on-site include restrooms with showers, a big swimming pool, two off-leash dog walks, a playground, a clubhouse for larger groups, and a catch-and-release fishing pond. Guests are also welcome to use the horseshoe pits and volleyball court.
SacWest RV Park & Campground in West Sacramento, California is an exciting location for a family excursion or an overnight stay. The campground has a staff devoted to maintaining a comfortable atmosphere and superb amenities. There are excellent sites with 30/50 amp supplies for pull-thru accommodations with room for vehicles up to 105?. The pool is heated from March thru October. There is a recreation room, dog park, and fishing waters close by. Campers will be happy to do their laundry in the excellent facilities on the grounds. Propane is available from staff. The 24 Karat Grill is open from 8 am to 1pm with delicious breakfast foods, burgers, and much more. Campers will find that the campground is in a great location for travel to interesting attractions in the area. The staff organizes many activities at the park including bingo games, smores around the campfire, and crafts for kids. The playground is a great attraction for the children in the family.
The Yuba City Astronomical Observatory is a wonderful place for visitors of all ages. The observatory is owned and operated by a family trust and located south of the city near the Sutter Buttes Mountain Range. Visitors will be impressed with the entire facility. There is one nine foot dome for the brilliant scientists who study astronomy. There is also an 11 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. The focused study using the observatory includes planetary, deep sky, NEO studies, photometry, and astrophotography. The observatory is operated by a trustee appointed by the family. The facilities were established in September of 2010. The staff at the observatory hosts star parties in order to get the people in the community to be excited about the sky above them at night. They focus is on providing educational programs for members of the community. All the members of the community and visitors are welcome to these special events.
The first public art museum founded in the Western United States, today it's one of the most important art museums in California. Permanent fine art collections, and pieces from around the world such as Amazonian ceramics and African and Oceanic art. Year round there are many educational opportunities, performances and events such as the Crocker Ball. Even the building where the Crocker museum is located is a work of art, considered a California Historical Landmark forming part of the National Register of Historical Places.
Tucked into San Joaquin Valley near Lodi, is the Flag City RV Resort. This is the perfect resort for the big boy RV?s with roomy sites on offer. Each site comes equipped with water and sewer, amp electric, direct TV, and site wide WIFI. A picnic area in each site ensures comfort and privacy for dining and relaxing. There is a total of 180 full hook-up sites, with 136 pull through available. Each site has a cement pad for your RV. Also onsite is a swimming pool, heated spa, clubhouse, library and convenience store. This park is wonderfully peaceful, and is the perfect spot to take the family for a trip. With 24-hour surveillance, your safety and security are very important to the staff here. Aside from the top notch facilities, there are also some wonderful attractions nearby such as the many vineyards in Lodi Country.
The California State Railroad Museum complex consists of six original, reconstructed, and new buildings. Over 225,000 square feet of total exhibit space, there are many things you can learn about the unique past and culture of the West. Many interactive exhibits demonstrate the importance of railroads in everyday life. The 21 restored locomotives include a Pullman style sleeping car and a Railway Post Office that visitors can actually board.
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- WhereOld Sacramento, Sacramento, CA 95814, USA
Rail Road Museum, River Front, tunnel access to Mall, Golden 1 Arena, etc. By Allan Fumar
- Where12222 New York Ranch Rd, Jackson, CA 95642, USA
- Where15237 Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242, USA
- Where17645 CA-160, Rio Vista, CA 94571, USA