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Located less than two miles off State Route 1, the town of Pescadero is a must see for those seeking a slower pace. Pescadero is a small rural town home to an abundance of restaurants, markets and farms. With plenty of sightseeing options, beautiful warm summers, local culinary treats and a friendly population, you’ll leave wondering why you’ve never considered an RV rental near Pescadero before.

The towns name is a nod to its Mexican heritage as it resides on the Rancho Pescadero, a Mexican Land Grant agreed in 1833. During that time the fertile soil quickly attracted a number of farmers from across the USA turning it into a prosperous town littered with farms and lumber mills. Many of these farms continue to operate today and are one of several main attractions offered here. Bring your Pescadero motorhome rental and enjoy all the perks this quaint town has to offer.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Pescadero, you will have ample opportunities to take advantage of the great outdoors near this coastal town. The location and weather make summer an ideal time of year to visit.

Just a couple of miles west of the main town lies Pescadero State Beach. This mile–long stretch of secluded beach offers more than just a pleasant walk to watch the sunset. The beach, with sandy coves and rocky cliffs is home to an interesting variety of geological features; hidden caves to explore, deep tide pools to discover and boulders perfect for your new favorite fishing spot. Keep an eye out for mussels at low tide!

If you head about four miles south of Pescadero State Beach you will come across another, arguably even more beautiful and serene spot to spend a relaxing day. Bean Hollow State Beach is a 44-acre compilation of scenic nature trails, bountiful fishing beaches and relaxing picnic spots. Its characteristic rolling waves have left their lasting mark on its rocky cliffs creating a landscape resembling that which you would expect to find on another planet.

A little further inland, Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve is a haven for those who are partial to a little bird watching. These wetlands provide a habitat for a variety of endangered wildlife. Undulating trails run directly through the middle of the park, giving you the perfect opportunity to spot rare species such as the Golden Eagle, Osprey and the Lincoln’s Sparrow.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Pescadero, CA, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. The Pescadero area caters to out-of-town visitors.

Drive just 15 minutes and you will come across Costonoa Lodge. This Eco-adventure resort offers a relaxed environment for you to park your luxury RV rental from Pescadero. Each site has full hook ups for your RV, a fire pit, and a picnic area. There is even a spa! Walking trails are also available and provide excellent water views.

Santa Cruz North/Costanoa KOA is another Eco-friendly resort offering hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and those sought after spa treatments. WiFi, Cable, and full hookups for your RV are available. While this year-round resort allows guests, they are only permitted in the restaurant or grille areas. Should you desire to stay longer than 27 days you will need approval.

Half Moon Bay RV Park located in Half Moon Bay is another option. The site features beach access, WiFi, full hookups for your RV, and is pet-friendly. For those that enjoy bird watching, bring your binoculars and set out on one of the many trails available.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, or larger grocery stores. Pescadero has one Walmart and others are located about an hour away in San Mateo. Camping may be allowed at these locations, just check with the manager to get permission. Being located near Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz, RV rental near Pescadero is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

Pescadero is well known in the Californian region for the produce grown by the family run farms operating in the area. As you explore, you could easily spend a good portion of your day perusing around the different stores, all of which are independently owned. Highlights are the coffee roastery, goat farm and different bakeries producing the famous artichoke loaf.

For a taste of local grown produce, check out Pescadero Grown Farmer’s Market. This local market takes place every Thursday between June and October.

Aside from produce, there are also an abundance of artisanal shops selling furniture, clothes and home ware, all of which reflect the town’s heritage. Luna Sea offers handcrafted merchandise for the home and yourself. This unique shop will have you thinking you've stepped into another world with pebbles, a Goldendoodle and a quirky shop owner eager to assist you.

If you are looking for a town where the pace of life slows down a little, the food is fresh and healthy and the community welcoming, consider a camper rental in Pescadero. Watch a sunset, take a hike along the beach, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Pescadero, CA and explore The Golden State!

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