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Situated in the heart of Wine Country in Sonoma County, California, Santa Rosa has much to offer rental RV travelers seeking relaxation and adventure. Search for an RV rental in Santa Rosa and get ready to explore this beautiful area.
In addition to its wineries and luxurious vineyards, the Santa Rosa area is also home to the “Peanuts” cartoon museum, an interactive children’s museum, some world-class restaurants and theater venues, and stunning state parks. Pop the Santa Rosa rental RV into “Park” and take a break from driving for awhile; public transportation is available through the CityBus service, and includes connections to the SMART Train to the Bay Area. RV rentals in Santa Rosa can bring you to nearby cities and natural areas like San Francisco, just a little over an hour South, the beautiful coastline of Point Reyes National Seashore, accessible in less than an hour’s drivetime, and the natural springs of Calistoga, to the East.
The Great Outdoors
For those who love to explore the great outdoors, Santa Rosa can’t be beat. There are many areas that are easily reached with the Santa Rosa rental motorhome. With the Pacific Ocean nearby, and the beautiful forested mountains, rivers, and lakes all around, the Santa Rosa RV rental vacation is sure to please all outdoors admirers and adventurers.
There are tons of parks and nature preserves in the Santa Rosa area, including the Point Reyes National Seashore, Trione Annadel State Park to the East, Shiloh Ranch Regional Park in the northern mountains, and Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. All offer hiking, biking, camping and other outdoor activities. Howarth Park and Spring Lake Park, located near the city center, are great places to have a picnic and take in some warm summer breezes. Hot air balloon rides are a favorite activity for the brave adventurer here. For family fun, visit Howarth Park and have the kids take a ride on the miniature train. Camping, fishing and kayak rentals are all available in Santa Rosa, through various vendors. With so many sites and attractions from which to choose, you’re sure to have some great outdoor experiences with the Santa Rosa camper rental.
Santa Rosa is definitely an RV-friendly area. Here, you’ll find gas stations, convenience stores, large grocery stores, camping and outdoors supply shops, and so much more. RV parks are plentiful around the region and range from family-friendly options to quiet spots in the city, and there are quite a few rustic sites, too. Many of the RV parks include resort-style activities and amenities, and most offer full hookups, showers and laundry facilities.
Just a few miles South of town, in Petaluma, is the San Francisco North Petaluma KOA campground. This place offers full amenities, including hookups, water, a camp store, a swimming pool and a rock climbing wall; plus the scenery here is gorgeous. Considered one of the best RV campgrounds in California, this is a great place to take your Santa Rosa RV rental.
For a more rustic experience, Spring Lake Regional Park is just East of town and offers beaches, biking, hiking, boating and more. Though there aren’t any hookups, the campground has water, restrooms, flush toilets, showers and a dump station.
Doran Park, near Bodega Bay, features stunning sunsets, picnic areas, and plenty of opportunities for kite flying and kite surfing. Your Santa Rosa RV rental is welcome in the campground, where there are year-round sites that include restrooms, showers and potable water. RV hookups are not available here.
Exploring the City
Smack in the middle of Wine Country, there are numerous vineyards and wineries to visit with your Santa Rosa motorhome rental; some even offer overnight camping spots. Of course, Santa Rosa is known for more than just wine, and there are a variety of other awesome places to visit around the area.
While touring the town with the Santa Rosa camper rental, Peanuts cartoon fans can make a stop at the Charles M. Schultz Museum, which showcases the life and times of the famous cartoon and its creator. The Luther Burbank Center features an art gallery and is also a world-class musical venue. Check out the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County, one of the best in the area for imaginative play and exploration. If trains are your thing, kids of all ages will enjoy the Railroad Square Historic District, with its unique shops and eateries.
The downtown Santa Rosa Plaza features popular retailers like Macy’s, Eddie Bauer, and the Apple Store. For a more local experience, check out the shopping area on 4th Street, in downtown Santa Rosa. Glassblowing shops, handicrafts, imported furniture and more make this an interesting area for shopping and wandering.
Foodies will have so much fun in Santa Rosa. Of course, food and wine pairings are plentiful, and you can also enjoy international cuisine varying from Mexican to Burmese, and Italian to fresh seafood. Santa Rosa’s public farmers markets include the West End Farmers Market, held on Sundays, and the Santa Rosa Community Market and Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market, held on Wednesdays. There’s even a Wednesday Night Market in downtown Santa Rosa that features live music, wine and microbrew tastings and more.
Lazy days, action-packed adventures and stunning northern California scenery are just around the corner for you when you book an RV rental in Santa Rosa, CA.
RV Rentals in Santa Rosa, CA
Santa Rosa, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
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Nearby to Santa Rosa are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods National Monument, Mount Tamalpais State Park, and Auburn State Recreation Area. Renters also want to search these zip codes for RV rentals: 93517, California, 93614, California, 93635, California, 93636, California, 93637, California, and 93644, California.
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