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In central California near the bustling cities of San Jose, San Francisco, and Sacramento, the city of Tracy, California, offers an ideal middle ground for adventurers to explore the wonders of this naturally gorgeous state.

Incorporated in 1911, Tracy was an agricultural center turned railroad city and this growth continued as more and more individuals moved to the Bay Area but didn’t want to be in the thick of a major metro area. This satellite city is close enough to several of California’s major cities to give you easy access to tourist hotspots while also being relatively close to a wide variety of beautiful landscapes for you to explore.

If you don’t feel like driving the Tracy RV rental around the city streets, you can take advantage of the local public transportation. There are two main ways to get around: Tracer and San Joaquin Regional Transit District (SMART). Tracer is more of a local system with four routes that span out through the city. SMART, on the other hand, will connect you to more areas within the county.

Once you decide to book an RV in San Joaquin County, you’ll open up a world of opportunity for yourself. In just one day, you can see the Golden Gate Bridge, go hiking up Mt. Diablo, and take a stroll through Yosemite National Park. You might even find yourself wondering if there’s any way you can extend your stay.

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The Great Outdoors

If you’re looking to do a little hiking while on the Travy camper rental vacation, head just northwest of town to Mount Diablo. In the Morgan Territory Regional Preserve, Mount Diablo has a relatively gentle incline for the majority of the hike, right up until the final stretch to reach the summit. However, there are several trails around the mountain that are only portions, and so you can hike on one of these shorter factions. No matter what section, or sections, you choose to hike, Mt. Diablo is famed for having the best views of the Bay Area, so any excursion up is well worth the effort.

A little over an hour and a half south of town is the Henry W. Coe State Park. With gentle hills and a variety of wildlife, this interesting steppe-meets-grasslands landscape offers much for the explorer to see and do when out touring the area with a Tracy motorhome rental. You can go hiking along any stretch of the park’s 250+ miles, from easy hour-long hikes to multi-day backpacking challenges. Or, you can pack up your fishing gear and hike to one of the many lakes and rivers that decorate the landscape.

Drive the Tracy RV rental by owner for about two hours and explore some of America’s most renowned landscapes at Yosemite National Park. You can be hypnotized by breathtaking waterfalls as they tumble over rocky cliffs, or feel transported to another world as you look up at the ancient towering sequoias. If you’re really feeling the wonder of the park, you can camp in any of the various campsites around the park. No matter which of the many hiking trails you choose to venture on, you will see some of the most captivating sights in the American West. When you rent an RV and spend a night or two in Yosemite, it could be one of the most memorable experiences of your life.

RV Parks

After adventuring all around central and northern California, you’ll probably be ready to find a place to park your RV rental near Tracy.

Just to the northeast of town is Turtle Beach RV Resort. Situated on the San Joaquin River, you can put your fishing skills to the test as you relax in the fresh air. At the park, you’ll enjoy shower and restroom blocks, a library, and even cable television.

To the west of Tracy is Two Rivers R.V. Park. As the name suggests, the park sits at the merging of the San Joaquin and Stanislaus Rivers and offers a nice backdrop for those interested in spending some time on the water. This park’s setting can help you reconnect with the natural world around you.

Exploring the City

You don’t need to be in a bustling city to find something wonderful to pass your time with. While in California, indulge in a vineyard tour. You can go to one of the local wineries and spend your afternoon tasting the various wines that California is so famous for.

If you’re a little more on the active side, there are several companies in the Tracy area that offer extreme sports, such as off-road ATV adventures and skydiving. You can push yourself to your limits as you get the adrenaline pumping through your veins.

After spending your days and nights exploring the many wonders of California, allow yourself the time to sit down with some locally grown farm-to-table food. This rich agricultural region has much to offer and you’ll truly begin to reconnect with the world around you as you indulge in some of the local bounty.

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