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The rough terrain of Robert Louis Stevenson State Park appeals to the adventurers that rent an RV in California's Sonoma County. Evergreen forests cover deep canyons, and steep mountain slopes offer great views of the surrounding area. The site is the location where the famous author of Robert Stevenson spent his honeymoon in 1880, which is how the park acquired its name. A marble memorial marks the location of the bunkhouse in which he and his wife stayed.

Robert Louis Stevenson State Park covers 5272 acres, so there is plenty of room for everyone to enjoy this wild park, which remains mostly undeveloped. Although the park offers a great escape from city life, the towns of Healdsburg, Geyserville, and Calistoga are all easily reachable should you want to get back to reality for a while.

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Getting Outdoors

One of the most popular hikes for those that go camping at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park is five miles long, taking you to the top of Mt. St. Helena. Although it is quite a climb when you reach the summit, you will be rewarded with breath-taking views of the San Francisco Bay area. There is also a trail to the side of the park, which takes visitors to Table Rock, which are the impressive volcanic cliffs of the Palisades. The Robert Louis Memorial Trail is an easy 1.2-mile walk that will take you to the site of the honeymoon bunkhouse.

The other main park activity is mountain biking, with the wild terrain making for an exciting place to ride. There is a range of routes to take through the rocky and volcanic landscape, with some trails trickier than others, with boulders and tree routes to contend with.

Nature lovers flock to this unspoiled area of land in the hope of some of the local flora and fauna. Take your binoculars with you as if you are very still and quiet, you have a good chance of seeing some of the many bird species that call the park their home.

Camping at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park

One of the closest campgrounds to the park is Calistoga Campground, nestled in the northern end of Napa Valley and is a good option for state park RV camping. The RV park is open all year round, meaning you can experience the views from the top of the mountain peak in winter, which is generally the clearest time of year. The park has a large number of amenities to make use of during your stay, such as gravel pads with trees for shade and bike racks located at each site. Choose between a standard camping site, which has water, 30-amp service and use of the flush sanitation, or the premium sites which have sewer, water, and 50 amp electric.

Another good campground for camping with an RV is Gold Bluffs Beach Campground, one of the few places in the state where you are able to camp right next to the beach. There are both tent and RV sites available, although the small road that leads to the campground can only accommodate RV rentals no more than 8 feet wide and 24 feet long. This campground offers a very rustic camping experience as there are no hook-ups or sanitation stations.

Exploring the Area

The city of Santa Rosa is located very close to Robert Luis Stevenson State Park, offering guests a plethora of things to do and see. Not to be missed for a glimpse of the local culture is the Santa Rosa Farmers’ Market, which was founded over 20 years ago. It is a place where local ranches and growers come together to showcase their very best produce. This is a great chance for you to sample some tasty delicacies as well as picking up some tasty fresh vegetables, cheeses, and homemade goods to take back to your RV rental.

To learn more about the history of the area, pay a visit to the Museums of Sonoma County, comprising of both an art museum and a historical museum. You'll be able to gain information about the historical and cultural importance of this part of the state. The museums are located inside a post office building that dates from the 1900s built in the Renaissance Revival Style, and there are over 25,000 items in the collection, so there really is plenty to see.

A great place to take the kids if they are with you when you rent a camper near Robert Louis Stevenson State Park is the Children's Museum of Sonoma County. The museum is packed with interactive and exciting exhibits that have all been designed with children in mind. The exhibits teach children about science, art, and the natural world, with different zones dedicated to different subject matters. Some of these include a replica of a farmer's market and even a Russian River where you can try your luck trying to catch a salmon.

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