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In northern California, just north of the capital city of Sacramento, sits the city of Roseville. Making the decision to book an RV in Placer County will quickly prove itself fruitful. The city is sandwiched in between a long belt of national parks and forests to the east and the Pacific Coast to the west, making Roseville a wonderful middle ground for adventurers. Roseville was incorporated in 1909 and the city has continued to grow. While the summers may be relatively hot, the winters are mild and the rest of the year is welcoming. Even though Roseville may be known for its shopping destinations, it won’t take long before it becomes known as the ideal place to rent an RV.
The Roseville Transit operates 12 bus routes in and around Roseville, plus a commuter rail into Sacramento. These options give visitors ample opportunity to explore the city. However, the roads are relatively wide and would give you plenty of space to drive your Roseville RV rental by owner around.
No matter what aspects of the great outdoors you enjoy, you are within easy reach of a wide variety of options when you rent an RV in Roseville.
Just east of town is the Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. This little slice of paradise in the middle of the bustle of the Sacramento metropolitan area is an ideal place to spend an afternoon to reconnect with nature when you aren’t looking to go too far. This California State Park offers visitors areas to camp, hike, and boat, and even spend time on the beach. If you’re a little more daring, maybe you could try your hand at some windsurfing on the lake.
If you’re looking to go a little further, you can take your Roseville camper rental up to Tahoe National Forest. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Tahoe National Forest offers visitors both day hiking and overnight hiking trails with steep paths, a variety of water sports ranging from kayaking to waterskiing, and even cross-country skiing in the winter. The enclave that is the Tahoe National Forest revitalizes all who visit, making it easily one of the most visited parks in California.
About two hours away from Roseville near Willows, CA, sits the lush, nearly one-million-acre Mendocino National Forest. The towering pine trees of the forest create a sense of seclusion as you enjoy spending your day at the lake or hiking through the forest. With somewhat easier terrain than its eastern neighbor, Tahoe National Forest, the hiking at Mendocino is not as rigorous. However, there are still plenty of mountains for you to climb, they’re just not as steep. Additionally, Mendocino prides itself on its varied terrain, offering hikers of all experience levels ample opportunity to do some trekking.
After securing a Roseville RV rental by owner, you’re going to need to find somewhere to keep it for the night. Luckily enough, there are several places in and around Roseville where this is possible and enjoyable.
In the heart of Roseville is the Roseville Fairgrounds. While the fair only happens in mid-June, the RV park is open year round. While visitors only have easy access to electricity and full hookups, you are so close to downtown Roseville that you have plenty of nearby amenities to keep you busy. Just north of town is the Loomis RV Park. Here, visitors can relax in the pool, enjoy full hookups, bathrooms and showers, and a playground.
A little farther away from town, the Mark J RV Park in northern Sacramento is about 15 minutes south of Roseville and would be a great spot if you want to stay in the area for a week. Visitors can enjoy full hookups, patios, WiFi, a recreational room, and an RV repair shop.
After driving your Roseville camper rental all over northern California, you may be looking to stay a little more local. A definite stop would be at the Maidu Museum and Historic Site. Here, you can learn about the indigenous Maidu people who once called this area home. You can see preserved petroglyphs and other artifacts to piece together an idea of what life was once like in the area. Once you’re done in the museum, you can explore the surrounding park at your leisure.
With dozens of city parks, Roseville is definitely the place to find a nice little restaurant or shop at a local grocery store and pack yourself a picnic. Some of the parks in Roseville have water features, such as Arcade Creek Park Preserve and Van Maren Park, that would offer soothing backdrops for your picnic in the park.
If you’re looking for something a little more “big city,” you can take an afternoon trip into Sacramento and tour the California State Capitol building or visit the Crocker Art Museum, which has works of art from various movements and eras.