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Yuba City, California is in the northern half of the state, about 20 miles north of Sacramento. John Sutter, the man upon whose land gold was discovered in 1848, leading to the Gold Rush of 1849, was granted a large expanse of land by the Mexican government in the area that would become Yuba City. It became a steamboat landing in 1852 as more and more people moved into the area in pursuit of their own gold. To the west is Mendocino National Forest near Red Bluff, California. To the northeast is Plumas National Forest, due east of Chico. On the way to Carson City, Nevada is top of National Forest. When you book an RV in Yuba City, you will have plenty of natural wonder with the great outdoors surrounding you in almost every direction.

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The Great Outdoors

This region of the country is incredibly beautiful with rolling landscapes, wonderful rivers, and picturesque valleys and mountains to the east. One place you may want to check out with an RV rental in Yuba City is Sutter Bike Trail. If you enjoy recreational bicycling, this is a 9-mile course that starts at Hooper Road in Yuba City and takes you through the town of Sutter and back again. It’s relatively flat, paved, and is often not crowded. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about cars. You will have to cross a few roads along the way, so use care when you reach these intersections.

Ellis Lake is in nearby Marysville, California, and it’s a good destination when you want to just enjoy some outdoor time in peace with your RV rental near Yuba City. In the spring you’ll notice the geese arriving and it is here that they nest and lay their eggs. If you spot them, give them a wide berth. Otherwise, you could have an angry bird heckling you for quite some time. There are some nice places to set up a picnic and enjoy an afternoon lunch.

Middle Mountain Foundation Interpretive Program Hikes and Tours offer a variety of hikes for just about every level of strength and endurance. You will need to contact Middle Mountain to arrange a guided hike inside the buttes and on private lands, and if you are planning to rent a motorhome in Yuba City, make sure you reach out to Middle Mountain early enough to make this possible.

RV Parks

When you’re interested in Yuba City RV rentals by owner, Travelhome RV Park offers 40 sites at relatively decent rates. They do have pull-thru sites, pets are allowed, and they do have full hookup, including 50 amp electric, water, and sewer.

Lake Minden RV Resort at Thousand Trails provides restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. There’s also a camp store, pet area, and propane. You can fish here, they offer big rig access, and tents are permitted. They offer 30 amp electric, water, and sewer.

Yuba Sutter County Fairgrounds provides electric hookup with 30 and 50 amps, restrooms and showers as well as a pet area. The sites are grass and they do not offer sewer, but there is a dump station on site. You may notice some traffic noise, but if you enjoy a luxury RV rental in Yuba City and there is an event going on at the fairgrounds, this is a great place to set your wheels.

Exploring the City

If you’re looking for a bit of excitement and have never tried an ‘Escape’ game, this can be a great rainy day option. It is a challenging and intense game that pits your will against the various clues you must solve to ‘escape.’ It can offer a great addition when you rent an RV in this region of the country.

Community Memorial Museum is considered an outstanding museum with numerous exhibits and events. It’s a great stop when you rent a motorhome in Yuba City as it provides great background history and information about the earliest settlers of this region, including those from such a diverse nature as Hispanic, Japanese, Punjabi, Chinese, and much more.

Yuba City offers a variety of restaurants, including Italian, Mexican, Indian and classic American cuisines. You’ll also find plenty of bars, including some interesting microbreweries. Yuba is a great place to spend a few days. And if that’s not enough, California’s capital Sacramento is only 20 miles away.

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