Roseville, CA RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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Information About Roseville, CA
Roseville, California sits pleasantly at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills and along the edge of the Sacramento Valley, with typical Californian hot, dry summers and mild winters. Rent an RV in Roseville, and take yourself around to the outdoor farmer's market or browse through the Roseville Telephone Museum to take a step backwards in time. Follow the Miner's Ravine Trail Loop for an out-of-city experience. This lovely city with pretty regional parks is within driving distance of the best parts of California, including Lake Tahoe and plenty of other outdoor pursuits. Golfland Sunsplash can provide an exciting diversion on a hot day, or catch a live theater performance at one of several venues. An RV rental in Roseville will provide you with an enviable outdoor experience!
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Roseville, CA
The California State Railroad Museum complex consists of six original, reconstructed, and new buildings. Over 225,000 square feet of total exhibit space, there are many things you can learn about the unique past and culture of the West. Many interactive exhibits demonstrate the importance of railroads in everyday life. The 21 restored locomotives include a Pullman style sleeping car and a Railway Post Office that visitors can actually board.
Wilderness Archery, Inc. in Rocklin, California is owned and operated by a family who are devoted to their guests. The management leads a team that works to ensure that all of the facilities are operating properly to serve the needs of experienced archers as well as absolute beginners. The Pro Shop is an archer?s dream with the best brands available. Customers will find anything that an archer might want. The staff is ready to take care of traditional archers, those who use a compound hunter, and those who just want to shoot targets. All the arrow building supplies necessary are available from the experts in the store. In addition, the store has many arrow rests and sights to choose from. The expert staff organizes leagues that meet on a regular basis. There are classes for those just getting started and experienced archers who want to get some practice. The facilities include a well-lit indoor range with lanes for all guests.
This is the only RV park in Sacramento that is right on the river. You'll have a great view of the river, old growth trees that provide shade and the marina offers a place to take a dip and park your boat. There is an onsite convenience store and free wireless, but if you want a taste of town, Old Sacramento is just 10 minutes away. A nice destination in your RV rental.
The world famous Folsom Lake offers a ton of RV camping options along the scenic shores. As a bonus the American River trail ends here allowing you to hop on the bikes and ride a paved multi-use trail all the way down into Sacramento (just not that down part because it is uphill all the way back!) RV sites are available both with and without hookups so if you want to save some money on a campsite get a RV rental with a generator and book a primitive site.
The first public art museum founded in the Western United States, today it's one of the most important art museums in California. Permanent fine art collections, and pieces from around the world such as Amazonian ceramics and African and Oceanic art. Year round there are many educational opportunities, performances and events such as the Crocker Ball. Even the building where the Crocker museum is located is a work of art, considered a California Historical Landmark forming part of the National Register of Historical Places.
The Travelhome RV Park in Yuba City, California is a great place for travelers with recreational vehicles in northern California. The park is centrally located in the city with easy access to shopping, entertainment, and restaurants. Travelers will enjoy the nicely landscaped area with lovely trees and flowers. Travelers will also appreciate the access to outstanding attractions in this part of California. The park has spaces for short term and long term visitors. The owners of the park take an active role in operating the park for the benefit of all park residents. Their presence on the scene results in immediate problem solving and continuous improvements. They are enthusiastic RVers, so they know what is important for successful travel in an RV. The park has 35 spaces with full hook-ups including some for pull-throughs. The sites for back-in vehicles have 50 amp service. The laundry room is carefully maintained and cleaned. Showers and restrooms are available for overnight guests.
You can relive the gold rush era at the Old Sacramento State Historic Park and explore 296 acres filled with 50 historic buildings. Old Sacramento?s fame lies in it being the last station of the Pony Express postal system in the west, which was the first transcontinental railroad. The historic park has more buildings of historical value than any other place in the West.
Auburn Gold Country RV Park near Rocklin, California is in the heart of historic country. People from around the world descended on this part of the country searching for gold during the rush. The weather in this campground is almost always ideal, so campers will be able to enjoy the great outdoors. This area has a rich history that campers will find fascinating. The park is close to Highways 49 and 89, so it is easy to get to interesting attractions. The park itself has many amenities and attractions. Most of the sites have 50 amp electrical service and free WiFi service. The park has large RVsites and resort style amenities. The pool and spa are heated to the perfect temperature. In addition, there is a playground, basketball court, and onsite fishing pond. The clubhouse has recently been remodeled making it a comfortable retreat for people camping in the park. Intriguing attractions are nearby including Sutter?s Mill and the state Capitol.
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