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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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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.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Deep in the heart of California Wine Country, The Parkway RV Resort & Campground is a great destination for escaping from the rest of the world. When you book an RV in Glenn County, you will be able to set up at a 30 amp or a 50 amp electrical service full hookup site. You can also stay connected with parkwide Wi-Fi.
In between your Californian excursions, you can make use of the restroom and shower facilities at the RV park. You can also refresh your adventuring clothes at the on-site laundry facilities. While you’re waiting for your laundry to finish, you can relax by the pool or treat yourself to an ice cream cone at the on-site gift and camping store.
Thanks to The Parkway’s central location in California’s Wine Country, this Orland campground offers occasional wine tastings. These events showcase not only the local wineries and breweries, but also other agricultural products such as artisan cheese, honey, and nuts. You can also enjoy setting up your own campfire at one of the fire rings found in the park where you can unwind and relax while making some s’mores or just staring up at the stars.
Those looking to escape from the world for a little bit can spend the day at the Black Butte Lake Recreation Area in Orland. The lake is surrounded by stark black and dark red volcanic formations, isolating it from the rest of its surroundings and creating an almost otherworldly feeling. Visitors enjoy sailing over the calm waters or being a tad more adventurous and partaking in some water skiing. You can also try your luck with some fishing if you’re looking for something particularly relaxing.
Just a short drive west of the RV campground is the Mendocino National Forest in Elk Creek. This pocket of wilderness is a great place to explore, no matter what recreational activity you are looking for. You can challenge yourself by hiking up some of the peaks or instead enjoy a leisurely hike along the many streams and rivers that lace through the forest. With about a million acres ready to be explored, there is so much to experience in this hidden world. It's so hidden, in fact, that there isn’t a single paved road in the park. You will feel as though you have escaped into the wilderness of California when you set out to explore in Mendocino. If you want to learn more about the unique flora of California, you can spend some time at the Chico Seed Orchard, which somewhat serves as an arboretum to protect various plant species and educate the public about them.
For a great day trip while camping at Parkway Resort and Campground, head east to the Sierra Nevada Mountains at Plumas National Forest in Quincy, California. You can enjoy one of the seemingly countless day hiking trails that winds through the park to get a better sense of the natural beauty of this unique state. Or, if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, you can head out overnight along the 32-mile segment of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail that cuts through the forest. If you’re looking for something truly unique and breathtaking, you can head out along the Feather Falls National Recreation Trail where you will see Bald Rock Canyon and the 640-foot-high Feather Falls. With so many different places to explore, you can easily spend your entire vacation in Plumas National Forest.
In the nearby town of Chico, you can spend some time at the Chico Air Museum. Here, you’ll be able to see aircraft dating as far back as 1942. You will also be able to learn more about the history of aviation in the exhibit halls that showcase various aviation artifacts and documents. The Chico Air Museum also hosts events where you can learn even more about the unique world of aviation.
On the campus of California State University-Chico, the Gateway Science Museum is a great place to take the whole family. With hands-on exhibits for kids to get a better understanding of various elements and topics of the world and displays also designed for older audiences, the whole family will have something to look forward to. With a mix of permanent and temporary exhibits, there is always something new to learn.
Those who want to expose themselves to the art world of Northern California can head to The Museum of Northern California Art. The galleries are filled with the works of over 100 local artists. So no matter what you enjoy: sculpture, photography, paintings, or prints, you will find the gallery for you.
When you secure an RV rental in Orland, you will eventually need to run to the store and fill up your tank. There are plenty of gas stations and grocery stores in nearby Chico where you will have a wealth of options to continue your California adventure.
Since you will be staying in California’s Wine Country, you will have easy access to some of the country’s best wineries. You can easily spend your afternoons and evenings touring the various wineries and indulging in some tastings. You can even take home some of your favorites to remember your Californian adventure.