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Oroville, California, is a small city in northeastern California just southwest of Chico and north of Sacramento. Its location in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada makes it the ideal home base for visitors to explore this beautiful region. It’s also a great location to visit year-round with a temperate climate that gets four seasons, though temperatures rarely dip below freezing.

Thanks to its comfortable climate and ample outdoor recreation, Oroville is the perfect place to rent an RV. When you book an RV rental in Oroville, you can spend a day on the water at Lake Oroville or you can head to the hills to explore Plumas National Forest. Then, when you’re done exploring the scenic Sierra Nevada foothills, you can visit Oroville’s historic downtown or head to Chico to explore a lively college town. When you have a travel trailer rental in Oroville, you’ll easily be able to explore this gorgeous part of California.

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The Great Outdoors

As you search for an RV in Oroville, you’ll quickly find that there are plenty of outdoor activities just minutes away from the city. Oroville’s biggest outdoor attraction is Lake Oroville, a massive reservoir with over 160 miles of shoreline and over 15,000 surface acres. The lake’s massive size makes it an ideal location for watersport enthusiasts since visitors have access to multiple boat ramps as well as designated areas for fishing, windsurfing, swimming, and even snorkeling and scuba diving. If you’d prefer to stay on land, the Lake Oroville State Recreation Area also offers plenty of trails for biking, hiking, and horseback riding.

The North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve is also just a short drive from the city. Table Mountain was created from ancient lava flows, and if you visit after the rains end in spring, you can witness a stunning wildflower bloom. At the reserve, visitors can enjoy hiking trails as well as seasonal deer, turkey, and quail hunting. The Oroville Wildlife Area is just west of the city along the Feather River and it has plenty of hunting too. Visitors to the wildlife area can also enjoy fishing and boating on the Thermalito Afterbay.

If you want to head into the mountains, the Plumas National Forest is also just a short drive away near Quincy. This massive national forest encompasses plenty of hiking trails, lakes, and off-roading areas, including the Feather Falls Scenic Trail. This trail is just a short drive from Oroville and offers scenic views of a 150-foot waterfall. When you rent an RV in Oroville, you’ll surely find plenty to do in the great outdoors.

RV Parks

As a hub for outdoor adventure, Oroville has plenty of RV parks in the city and the surrounding area. If you’d like to stay near the lake, check out the Bidwell Canyon Campground on Lake Oroville. This campground offers a handful of full hookup sites as well as basic amenities like modern restrooms, showers, and easy access to boat launches along Lake Oroville.

If you’d like to get out into the hills, head to Lake of the Springs RV Resort in Oregon House. This scenic RV park in the California wilderness offers full hookups and a variety of amenities on a private lake in the Sierra Nevada. These amenities include everything from boat ramps and swimming beaches to plenty of yard games and mini golf.

You can also find plenty of places to park the motorhome rental in Oroville. The River One RV Park offers full hookups, on-site laundry, Wi-Fi, and direct access to the Feather River. River Reflections RV Park is another option. This park has a variety of basic amenities like full hookups, a laundry room, and modern restrooms and showers. If you want a few more amenities, check out the Berry Creek Rancheria RV Park or the Oroville/Feather Falls Casino KOA. Berry Creek Rancheria has basics like full hookups and modern restrooms as well as extras like an on-site pool and snack bar. The Oroville/Feather Falls Casino KOA offers similar amenities, including a pool, hot tub, and a dog park. When you book a camper rental in Oroville, you’ll easily be able to find a great home base.

Exploring the City

Although Oroville is a relatively small town, you’ll find plenty to do in and around the city. Oroville is home to a unique 19th-century Chinese temple which is now a museum that displays costumes and artifacts from the era in which it was built. You can also head to Oroville’s quaint downtown, which features local shops and restaurants as well as great examples of classic California Gold Rush architecture.

You can also head to Chico for a night on the town. This lively college town is filled with bars, restaurants, and music venues, and its downtown area frequently hosts events like concerts. It’s also home to unique attractions like the National Yo-Yo Museum and the Gateway Science Museum, an interactive children’s museum. When you book an RV rental in Oroville, CA, you can easily explore this interesting area of Northern California.

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