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See another side to California when you book an RV rental by owner in Turlock, CA. Away from the coast and the bustling cities, Turlock gives visitors a glimpse into California’s more rural and agricultural sides.

But don’t think that makes it a sleepy backwater. In this expanding city, you’ll find all the amenities you need when you choose an RV rental near Turlock. Exploring the area with this convenient mobile lodging option could be the ideal way to explore the truly stunning scenery surrounding this part of inland California.

Modesto is close by for those looking for all that a big city offers. San Jose and San Francisco are both within 100 miles, so there's no lack of access to vibrant cities in this part of California. But Turlock and its surroundings, with mountains, lakes, rivers, and forests all within easy reach, have everything you and your family need for a great vacation.

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The Great Outdoors

A motorhome rental in Turlock allows you to explore California at your own pace. Book an RV in Turlock, CA, and you’ll find yourself with plenty of options when it comes to places to go. The parks in the area of Turlock are famous around the world and for good reason.

Yosemite National Park is a place that belongs on anyone's bucket list, and when you book a camper rental in Turlock, you're only a couple of hours away. With endless hiking trails, gorgeous waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and scenery that has to be seen to be believed, Yosemite is an unforgettable destination. Yosemite has various different campgrounds that can accommodate RVs but don't forget to book well in advance. From April to September, these campgrounds are invariably full.

Beyond Yosemite, you could also consider a visit to Sequoia National Park. Your Turlock travel trailer rental will take you there in around two and a half hours, but there’s no need to rush. The awe-inspiring trees of the park have been growing here for millennia - they’ll still be there when you arrive. Don’t forget to pay a visit to General Sherman, one of the largest trees in the world and, at 2,300-2,700 years old, one of the oldest living organisms on the planet.

With the Sierra Nevada mountains on Turlock's doorstep, outdoor recreation is almost limitless. But you don't need to go as far as that to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Closer to Turlock, you'll find the San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge and Great Valley Grasslands State Park. Both provide an encounter with nature and are less crowded than the more popular national parks.

RV Parks

Thanks to its location, Turlock is a great place to rent an RV. However, many of the spots in the area have become mobile home parks aimed at long-term residential stays. As a result, it can be tricky to find an RV park that is central to Turlock itself.

Merced River Resort is outside of Turlock, but it does offer a relaxing location on the Merced River. The resort boasts hook-up sites, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, and a rec room. Public transit is thin on the ground in this area, so you may find yourself having to drive into town.

Kit Fox RV Park is also outside Turlock, and it is accessible by transit. If you want a place to park your RV and leave it in one spot, Kit Fox offers full hookups, Wi-Fi, laundry, and a clubhouse.

Caswell Memorial State Park outside Modesto might suit you better if you’re looking for more of a backcountry getaway. The park can accommodate campers up to 24 feet long, and it’s possible to make reservations online.

Turlock itself has a Walmart just off the highway at Monte Vista Crossings shopping center. It’s hardly luxury camping, but it could help you out if you just need a place to stay for the night. Just be sure to ask the manager for permission before you settle in for the night.

Exploring The City

If you do choose an RV trailer rental in Turlock, you’ll find that the city’s main streets are wide and easy to navigate. With plenty of options for shopping, Turlock can keep you stocked up with everything you need. The many bars and restaurants in the downtown core will keep visitors fed and merry.

For a taste of the local cuisine, a visit to the cheese factory in town is well worth your time. And the Turlock Historical Society Museum can give visitors some background on the story of this part of California.

The cities of Modesto and Merced offer lots for families to see and do. Depending on where you choose to stay and how much driving you want to do, you could explore all of these locations in a reasonably short span of time. The Modesto Greek Food Festival is a great time to visit for fans of Mediterranean food, and the nearby Hughson Fruit and Nut Festival is definitely worth checking out if you're in the area during spring.

When you book an RV rental in Turlock, California, you’ll be ideally placed to see all that this rich and varied part of the state has to offer. Take a look at the RV rentals on offer and start planning your visit to Turlock today.

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