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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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Offering a superb setting between the Santa Clara Valley and the Santa Cruz Mountains, Saratoga, CA, is a picturesque city with a small-town suburban feel, under an hour's drive south of San Francisco. It’s home to some of the most expensive real estate in California, as well as high-end restaurants and wineries producing the region’s renowned pinot noir, Chardonnay, and Zinfandel.
The area was originally inhabited by the Ohlone Native Americans before the settlement of Saratoga was established in 1847. Its rich history as an industrial center for making furniture, paper, and leather goods combined with its resort spring hotels saw the city listed as a California Historical Landmark in 1950. Today it still attracts visitors to explore its heritage-listed landmarks and mountainous surrounds, making it an ideal destination to rent an RV.
Pick up your camper rental in Saratoga and head to the Sanborn County Park, a heavily forested recreational area in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Hike through the towering redwoods along the first segment of the Bay Area Ridge Trail or test your rock climbing skills at Summit Rock while taking in the panoramic views across Saratoga and South Bay. If you’re visiting during the summer months, the park also hosts outdoor Shakespearean plays in the warmth of the evenings.
Adjacent lies the Castle Rock State Park, which sprawls across more than 5,000 acres along the crest of the Santa Cruz Mountains. It combines steep and rugged canyons with unusual rock formations and majestic coast redwood and Douglas fir forests that can be explored on foot. Enjoy a short walk or follow one of the more extensive trails that lead to the Big Basin Redwoods State Park, the San Lorenzo Valley, and to the Pacific Coast.
If you’re a keen angler, head south to Los Gatos and the Lexington Reservoir County Park, which centers around a man-made reservoir that’s popular for shoreline fishing. Try your luck at luring black bass, trout, bluegill, and crappie or relax with a picnic at one of the tables near the boat launch ramp. Numerous hiking trails also wind through the park, accessing the surrounding redwood forests and grasslands along the banks of Los Gatos Creek.
Pick up your RV rental in Saratoga and pull in to the Garden City RV Park in San Jose, which offers full hook-up sites with 30 or 50 amps, as well as Wi-Fi. There are washers and dryers in the laundry area and pets are permitted, with a pump out station for overnight rigs.
Farther south is the Coyote Valley RV Resort, which could also be an option for those booking a luxury RV rental in Saratoga. There are more than 120 deluxe sites with satellite TV and Wi-Fi, as well as a large saltwater pool and spa. Mingle with the other guests while playing badminton, enjoy time on the putting green, or let your dog run loose in the pet park.
To the west of Saratoga is the Redwood Resort RV Park in Boulder Creek, which nestles amidst magnificent redwood trees. There’s a grassy lawn and a swimming pool where you can relax during the summer months, with cats (but no dogs) welcome to stay.
Saratoga is home to supermarkets, restaurants, and gas stations where you can fill up your RV while being a stone’s throw from a large shopping mall. San Jose is just a 15-minute drive away if you need a more extensive range of services, while a short drive north takes you to Mountain View’s Walmart where you may be able to set up for a night or two with the manager’s permission.
Park your motorhome rental in Saratoga and head out to explore on foot, stopping first at the Saratoga Historical Park. Discover the people and events that have shaped the city at the Saratoga Historical Museum, then admire the city’s first library building and the McWilliam’s House, which was built in 1865 by the town’s blacksmith. The park is a short stroll from the Memorial Arch that was established in 1919 to honor the local men who lost their lives during World War I.
Saratoga is also home to the Hakone Gardens - a traditional Japanese garden that is one of the oldest in the West. Stroll through the bamboo garden and zen garden where scenes from Memoirs of a Geisha were filmed and visit the Cultural Exchange Center, which authentically replicates a 19th-century Kyoto tea merchant’s dwelling.
A short drive south takes you to the Montalvo Arts Center, which is housed within the heritage-listed Villa Montalvo. This Italian Mediterranean Revival mansion nestles in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains and regularly hosts rotating art exhibitions and theatrical performances. It’s surrounded by stunning gardens decorated with marble sculptures, as well as hiking trails that lead through the nearby hills that are dotted with redwoods.
Whether you’re visiting Santa Clara County for its mountainous trails, wineries, or historic towns, book an RV in Saratoga and start exploring.