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In the suburban outskirts of San Francisco, one of the world’s most visited cities, is Pleasanton, California. This lovely smaller city in Alameda County is one of the oldest and prettiest in northern California, and serves as a memorable destination for those who want to rent an RV. With more than 1200 acres dedicated solely to parks, open spaces, and walking trails, you will feel at peace when visiting this vibrant community. Downtown Pleasanton also offers a host of amenities and local businesses on its historic main street. The town is notorious for its incredible variety of old buildings featuring different architectural styles such as Victorian, Italianate, Mission Revival and Colonial Revival, and even Art Deco.

Within San Francisco and its outlying towns and cities like Pleasanton, you will find some of the best public transit in the country. Utilizing BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) will make Oakland, San Francisco, Sausalito, Santa Rosa, and even San Jose easily accessible to you when you rent a motorhome in Pleasanton, CA.

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Outdoors Adventures

As you may already know, northern California is one of the premier destinations in the world for outdoors enthusiasts, with its iconic redwood forests, gorgeous coastal drives, and absurd amount of mountain ranges. When you rent a luxury motorhome in Pleasanton, California, you are within driving distance to some of the most stunning natural beauty you could ever hope to see. Within the city limits of Pleasanton, Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area is a popular summertime attraction. This old converted quarry has lots of space for boating, swimming, hiking, and many more activities to ensure you are always active and enjoying the beautiful Mediterranean climate.

To the north of the metro area, you can see Point Reyes National Seashore, a breathtaking stretch of coastline undeveloped and perfect for camping and hiking. With its bountiful mix of ancient flora and rare migrant birds, Point Reyes is a treasure that no one should miss out on. Farther north in Mendocino County lies the Mendocino National Forest, a stunning old growth wilderness area unspoiled by development. Coming in at almost one million acres, it is easy to get lost in this majestic old forest.

South of San Jose on Highway 1, you can drive some of the most widely photographed stretches of road in the entire world and visit the Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. Known for its redwood groves and incredible sunsets, and often called “mini-Yosemite”, this park is a necessary stop when you’re exploring the area with the Pleasanton rental motorhome.

Speaking of Yosemite, no trip to northern California is ever complete without a visit to Yosemite National Park, the most popular park in the USA, with nearly five million visitors a year.

City Sightseeing

Due to its proximity to Oakland, San Jose, and San Francisco, you will always find ample excitement when looking for fine dining, live music and entertainment, and five-star shopping in Pleasanton and its surrounding area. But even within Pleasanton, you can find fun ways to pass the time if you look for it. First off, its year-round farmers market provides an opportunity to mix and mingle with friendly locals while you shop for produce, or artisan crafts that make for great souvenirs for friends and family back home. Visit the Museum on Main to absorb some local history and knowledge and foster an appreciation for local area art and photography.

The Stonebridge Shopping Outlets are great for those who love to indulge and shop in new settings and has hundreds of unique stores and places to grab lunch. Also, the Niles Canyon Railway operated by the Pacific Railway Association serves as a living museum. This antique heritage train offers rides through the wilderness on what was originally the first transcontinental railroad to scale the entirety of the United States.

RV Parks to Visit

Pleasanton is such a great place to rent an RV because it is centrally located within driving distance of hundreds of Walmarts, fueling centers, and RV repair specialists. Even finding a place to stay in your Pleasanton luxury motorhome rental will present no problem with countless local options.

The Del Valle Regional Park is a great place to take the family and enjoy some of the area’s best and cleanest recreation areas. Run by the local government, these facilities have everything from swimming in their big lake, boating, fishing, hiking, and even horseback riding.

Anthony Chabot Regional Park is another fabulous nature park near Oakland that has a bunch of RV-friendly campsites, and many recreation options too! The park overlooks Lake Chabot and has an archery range, horse riding trails, and a well-maintained ropes course.

Pleasanton also hosts the Alameda County Fair every June and July, and even has its own RV park. The Fairpark RV has a cafe, a nine-hole golf course facility, and a bar and grill, not to mention its very own RV store that has all the necessities and everything you could ever want for the camper rental in Pleasanton.

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