Santa Cruz, CA RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Santa Cruz, CA
Soooo aMAZing!!!! I never want to travel another way again! It got great gas mileage. Not much bigger than a truck, it is super easy to drive. It's size and back up camera made...
Can't say enough how much of a pleasure it was booking with Todd and to be able to use their well equipped van for a couple days in Yosemite. The van was a pleasure to drive and...
The Van Cruz was perfect for our long weekend trip. It has all of the essentials, a comfy bed, and Katherine and Adam were a pleasure to deal with. We will be booking this van...
The Van was amazing and it couldn't have been an easier process to pick up and drop off!!
Casita is pretty much brand new beautiful RV, very easy to drive, plenty of space for a family of 4. We rented Casita for 8 days traveled to Palm Springs, stopping along the way....
This is an immaculate, luxury RV with great owners. From the booking details, check-out process and questions from the road, they were extremely friendly and helpful. They even...
Rachel and Don are wonderful people and so pleasant to work with. We had an amazing experience.
Rachel and Don communicated with us regularly to keep us informed. Don did an amazing job of orienting us on the use and features of their RV. Much more so than I have ever...
Rachel and Don were amazing. They were so helpful and friendly. Rachel answered all my questions patiently since it was my first time renting an RV, and Don took his time to show...
Don and Rachel are amazingly sweet and helpful! The RV is brand new, spacious and spotless - I couldn't have imagined a better experience. You will not regret it!
Information About Santa Cruz, CA
Santa Cruz has a moderate and pleasant climate year round, making it an ideal spot to visit at any time. Head to downtown Santa Cruz and shop until you drop, or watch the street artists. Pacific Avenue envelopes the artistic culture that Santa Cruz is well known for. The Santa Cruz Boardwalk is a must-see. It's California's oldest amusement park and houses the Giant Dipper roller coaster, the fifth oldest roller coaster in the US. If you rent an RV in Santa Cruz, you can explore one of the magnificent state parks or the beautiful coastline. For lovers of surfing, Santa Cruz offers one of the best spots in the state to surf. Also on offer are other watersports, such as sailing, diving, and swimming. You can also visit the Roaring Camp Railroads in Felton, California, just six miles away, and its recreation of an 1880's town.
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RV Rentals in Counties Near Santa Cruz, CA
San Joaquin County, CA613 RV Rentals
Alameda County, CA586 RV Rentals
Contra Costa County, CA589 RV Rentals
Merced County, CA399 RV Rentals
Douglas County, NV251 RV Rentals
San Luis Obispo County, CA173 RV Rentals
Calaveras County, CA574 RV Rentals
Sonoma County, CA397 RV Rentals
Sacramento County, CA593 RV Rentals
Popular parks near Santa Cruz, CA
Yosemite National Park172 RV Rentals
Point Reyes National Seashore481 RV Rentals
Golden Gate National Recreation Area546 RV Rentals
Muir Woods National Monument547 RV Rentals
Sequoia National Park109 RV Rentals
Mount Tamalpais State Park544 RV Rentals
Auburn State Recreation Area415 RV Rentals
Hidden Falls Regional Park426 RV Rentals
Castle Rock State Park463 RV Rentals
Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|French Trail and Stream Trail Loop via Skyline Blvd||Canyon||California|
|Cataract Falls Trail||Fairfax||California|
|Donner Creek Loop Trail||Clayton||California|
|Mission Peak Loop from Stanford Avenue Staging Area||Fremont||California|
|Muir Woods Trail||Mill Valley||California|
|Lands End Trail||San Francisco||California|
|Palomarin Trailhead to Alamere Falls Trail||Bolinas||California|
|Dipsea Steep Ravine Matt Davis Loop Trail||Stinson Beach||California|
|Berry Creek Falls Trail||Boulder Creek||California|
|Castle Rock and Goat Rock Trail||Los Gatos||California|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Santa Cruz, CA
Tuck your RV rental to bed under a canopy of Redwood trees. This is a great place to stay if you decide to try your hand at the rails with Roaring Camp Railway. Miles of hiking and biking trails meander through the scenic forest only 5 minutes from major shopping and dining.
Santa Cruz modern history is based upon the clear cutting of the pristine Redwood forests. While not environmentally correct the era launched the development of California and has been partially rectified by the restoration, maintenance and story telling provided by local parks and attractions. ROaring Camp Railroad allows you to step back into a bygone era when large steam locomotives hauled lumber out of the forest down to mills. Travel through the tall trees and learn about the past in this fun and informative location. Bonus points for being located in an amazing state park protecting second growth Redwood trees.
The San Francisco bay area is a great destination for a vacation. There is a lot to see and do, and, when you bring to mind the amount of fine wine that is produced in California, you realize that there is a lot to taste as well. Ridge Vineyards in Cupertino near San Jose has a long history. Wine making began here in the late 19th Century, and today the vineyard at Monte Bello in the Santa Cruz Mountains produces exceptional wines, and welcomes visitors who want to see the estate and sample their delightful produce. Most wine tasting sessions are arranged by appointment, but small groups of eight or less are able to visit the estate and the tasting room at the weekend without a reservation. Picnicking is also available, but again it is worthwhile checking out the website regarding availability, and the advisability of making a reservation ahead of your visit.
If you are vacationing in the Bay area, and want to visit near Hayward, California, then the Japanese Gardens make for a popular destination. Plant lovers should enjoy seeing the exquisite topiary, and, if you time your visit for the first Saturday in the month, you can also listen to the designer of the gardens speaking about the garden, and discussing how the garden structures harmonise with the plants to create the cohesion that is so tranquil and beautiful. The gardens are open daily (except Christmas Day), and parking is available. Once you have taken a stroll here, you might also enjoy visiting Garin Regional Park, where you can go for a hike. The visitors center here is a good place to stop off if you are interested in local history, as you can find out about ranching and farming in the area, and visit the blacksmith shop. You will also find the Dry Creek Garden in Garin Park, and this has flowers in bloom throughout the year.
Are you looking for somewhere to stay with your RV in Monterey Park, California? If so, you won't go far wrong booking into Marina Dunes RV Park. You will only be steps away from beautiful beaches, and Monterey is only 10 minutes away, as is Carmel and some great golf courses, such as Pebble Beach. It is the perfect place to stay if you want to see the amazing Monterey peninsular. The RV Park is situated right on a dunes preserve, and it offers full hookup, restrooms, and laundrey facilities. There is plenty to do here if you fancy a day at the RV Park. and you certainly won't get bored. There is a clubhouse with a television, pool table, and free coffee and hot chocolate. What could be better? There is also an exercise room on site, an outdoor patio and barbecue area, a playground, and a sand volleyball court. The beachfront close by is undeveloped and goes on for 10 miles. You will be able to sunbathe, swim, and surf in relative peace and quiet. If you are interested in wildlife, there is plenty around. You can even whale watch at certain times of the year. Imagine how amazing it will be to see these magnificent beasts in their own environment.
A RV rental allows you to drive and take advantage of scenic routes. One of the most popular things to do in Santa Cruz is to cruise West Cliff Drive. Take in the dramatic views of beachside cliffs and crashing waves as you meander along high end ocean front neighborhoods in your RV rental
Get away in your RV rental to a close by state beach over in Half Moon Bay. Incredible sunsets and easy access make this a great spot to take the RV rental. Lock in your advance reservations early as this park fills up fast. A friendly tip to save some cash is to reserve the interior sites versus the more expensive beach front sites. Same access and views at 2/3 the price. Bring the board for surfing and fun on the sand!
Just south of Santa Cruz is a unique camping opportunity ONLY open to RVs. Book your RV rental and stay in one of the few California State Park locations that offers full hookup service steps from the beach. Enjoy magnificent sunsets while you dine, play in the sand, and bring the long board for classic California waves.
Local RV Owners Suggest
- WhereNew Brighton State Beach, Aptos, CA 95003, USA
- WhereSeacliff State Beach, California 95003, USA
- WhatRV Park
Beach front camping. Famous cement boat. Difficult to reserve, so plan ahead By Amber Dawson
- Where8059 Aptos St, Aptos, CA 95003, USA
Smoked meats, great beers, and often live music. Can get crowded By Amber Dawson
- Where1186 San Andreas Rd, Watsonville, CA 95076, USA
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- Where21600 Big Basin Way, Boulder Creek, CA 95006, USA
Fall asleep under the California redwoods and hike through the enchanted forest By Amber Dawson
- Where2001 Rossi Rd, Pescadero, CA 94060, USA
For the glamping experience... store,activities, garden, restaurant, spa, lodge, across hwy 1 from expansive beach area By Amber Dawson
- Where19380 Monterey Rd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, USA
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- Where10840 Coyote Lake Rd, Gilroy, CA 95020, USA
- Known forQuiet, Family Friendly
When we are looking for a last minute trip somewhere close, we go to Coyote. It is a nice park still somewhat under the radar By Amber Dawson
- Where1020 Hansen Way, Redwood City, CA 94063, USA
- WhereDunes Beach, California, USA
- WhatDump Station
Included with fee if you stay there. $10 if you are not camping at the beach. By Jeff Lee