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A destination for “any adventure, any day”, Redding is the perfect getaway spot for those looking for something to do. With over 300 sunshine-filled days a year, you won’t be at any loss for perfect outdoor opportunities.

Several lakes and rivers surround the nearby area, amounting to endless options for fun. Refresh your soul with a stay in this part of northern California. Redding and the rest of Shasta County are a traveler’s dream.

Make your travel dreams a reality when you search for an RV in Shasta County. Redding is just the start. Dive deeper into the surrounding wonders and find out why you’ll be glad you decided to rent an RV for this adventure!

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Extending west to north of the city, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest encompasses a whopping two million acres of forest, trails, lakes, and campgrounds. Come prepared and enjoy dispersed camping at any location outside developed camps and posted areas. Go ahead and park anywhere.

Shasta Lake, north of Redding, is unique among California’s lakes. With over 360 miles of shoreline and the 602-foot tall Shasta Dam, this lake is certainly a sight. Besides being breathtaking, this lake is a boater’s paradise. Multiple marinas, fishing, camping and lodging all help create this recreation retreat.

One of the natural national monuments of Lake Shasta Caverns is also found here. Make a day out of exploring the natural wonder of these historic caverns.

Fifty miles or less to the east, the Lassen National Forest and Lassen Volcanic National Park boast diverse surroundings and are favored by diehard outdoor enthusiasts. The park features meadows of wildflowers in the summer and groomed snowmobile trails in the winter. The mountain lakes, jagged peaks and volcanic ruins form the scenic surroundings.

Here, you can enjoy camping, hiking, kayaking, fishing, or simply relaxing in the perfect peace. With so much to do here, it’s a shame to try and pack it all in one or two days. When you have an RV rental near Redding, California, you don’t have to rush! Come prepared and enjoy dispersed camping where the wild calls you.

If you’re looking for something a little more developed, Lassen National Forest also has developed campgrounds. Legacy and Merrill Campgrounds both offer hookups for RV water and electricity.

When you’re looking to travel a bit closer to the coast, be sure to visit the Jackson State Forest. Hiking, camping, biking, horseback riding, swimming, and picnicking are all popular pastimes here. Spectacular sights, between coastal wonders and rich, proud Redwoods, are waiting!

Coastal Getaways

While traveling along the coast, it’s worth staying with any of the RV parks and resorts available. Many are found in convenient locations with food, fun, and festivities close by. Starting at Anchor Bay Campgrounds near Cooks Beach, this quaint six-acre campground is privately owned and located along the scenic Highway 1. Every overnight camping spot has a water hookup, fire pit, and picnic area. Some sites also have hookups for electric and sewer. Coin-operated showers, flush toilets, hot water and electricity are provided at all restroom locations.

Gualala River Redwood Park is another well-liked RV park along this line of coast. Here, you can relax among the magnificent beauty of the giant redwoods, explore miles of beaches, walk along the river, or float down it. The Gualala River runs all the way to the sea! The friendly staff maintains the 120 sites quite well. Twenty of these sites are right along the river and all sites include hookups for electric and water, a fire pit, and a picnic area. With the best RV rental in Redding, no matter where you are, you don’t have to compromise comfort and convenience during your travels.

Continuing farther south along the coast, enjoy a stay at Olema Campground after spending the day at Drake’s Beach or Point Reyes National Seashore. The beautiful wilderness this campground offers will help you escape the chaos of every day. It’s the ideal location for hiking, kayaking, bird watching, or simply relaxing on the beach. Bring your boots; sixty-five thousand acres of unspoiled wilderness are located only minutes away!

Olema Campground hosts 80 RV sites with 26 of these offering full hookups for water and electric. The campground also sports a family playground, laundry facility, clean bathrooms, and hot showers. With your RV rental in Redding, CA, you don’t have to end your travels here. Much more adventure awaits.

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Your luxury RV rental from Redding has another notable place to stay. The immaculate Durango RV Resorts are worth the 32 miles from where “any adventure, any day” is the motto.

After visiting Redding’s famous Sundial Bridge, enjoying world-class fishing, and embracing over 200 miles of trails, you can take a break at Durango RV Resorts. Here, nestled along the Sacramento River, rig-friendly, pull-through sites with full hookups can host RVs, travel trailers and campers of any size. A swimming pool, hot tub, lodge room, workout room, tennis court, and onsight spa are waiting to help make your stay more comfortable. This is a great location to enjoy all the energy and activity from the city. In fact, you may even find that your stay in this part of California is during some festive events, such as Kool April Nites, or cyclist events like the Redding Marathon, Shasta Lemurian Classic, and the Give Me Wings Century Ride.

Visit downtown Redding for live music, delicious dining experiences, public art, and featured performances. You will also want to take in the Turtle Bay Exploration Park; an inspiring exhibit for art and science.

There’s plenty to do during your stay in Shasta County. This part of California is certainly not short on outdoor entertainment, meaning any outdoor enthusiast is sure to find their next favorite destination here. Why settle for one spot? See what Shasta County and the rest of Northern California has to offer with your RV rental in Redding!

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