Sacramento, CA RV Rentals and Motorhomes
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Locals often say that ?California begins here?, Sacramento is full of history, culture and culinary experiences. A RV rental in Sacramento from one of our local RV owners in the Sacramento area gives you access to nearly everything the state has to offer. With a centralized location you are only a short drive from the beach, mountains or forests. An RV rental through Outdoorsy lets owners provided you with a ton of choices including motorhomes for rent, trailer rentals, Class B, Class C, and everything in between. Finding a RV rental in Sacramento that makes it fun for your family will be easy... deciding if you ever want to turn the RV rental back in will be the hard part! Rent an RV with a Sacramento RV owner have a great time in California!
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Sacramento, CA
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.
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 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.
Lake Berryessa is California's largest body of fresh water, with over 165 miles of shoreline, it offers year-round recreation opportunities for everyone. Nestled between Blue Ridge and Cedar Roughs. Visitors will find 140 tent and RV sites located on the shores of Lake Berryessa, visitors can enjoy a myriad of water and land recreational activities. An option here is to work with a local RV rental owner to deliver and setup your camp trailer to this campground.
Visitors can enjoy the Martha Walker Native Plants Garden, disc golf course, camping and picnicking, and the many trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Skyline is only a few miles from downtown Napa where great shops and wonderful restaurants await.
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.
Nestled between Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley Wine regions, the Napa Valley Expo is the perfect base camp as you explore the tastes of the region. There are many unique wineries and specialty shops nearby. If you would like to learn how to make your own wine and beer then you could take a few lessons from Napa Fermentation Supplies. Everything here is within a 55 mile radius. For the kids you can visit Six Flags, Oakland Zoo, and for the rest of the crowd San Francisco, Sacramento and Infineon Raceway are within reach. This park is a great destination in your RV rental since the roads and pads are wide and easy to access.
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.
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- WhereOld Sacramento, Sacramento, CA 95814, USA
Rail Road Museum, River Front, tunnel access to Mall, Golden 1 Arena, etc. By Allan Fumar
- Where15237 Thornton Rd, Lodi, CA 95242, USA
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- Where12222 New York Ranch Rd, Jackson, CA 95642, USA