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Andrew Molera State Park, CA

559 RV rentals

Located on central California’s coastline is Andrew Molera State Park. This stunning state park covers 4,766 acres and is filled with trails and beaches for visitors to explore. The park was once a large ranch before the family sold the land to The Nature Conservancy in the 1960s. However, the family had one exception during the sale - the park was to be named after a prominent family member.

Today, Andrew Molera State Park is a sought-after destination for wildlife lovers and surfers. The area tends to have very comfortable temperatures year-round, although winters can be a little chilly.

Asilomar State Beach, CA

958 RV rentals

Situated on central California’s coastline, Asilomar State Beach covers over 107 acres and was established in the early 1950s. This state beach offers breathtaking views of the coast and is filled with historic structures, including the Asilomar Conference Grounds.

Asilomar State Beach was once home to the Rumsen people and gets its name from a Spanish word meaning “asylum.” Because of its unique landscape, hundreds of rare birds live on the beach. This state beach is situated near cities such as Monterey and Carmel-By-The-Sea.

Calaveras Big Trees State Park, CA

1135 RV rentals

The spectacular and majestic giant sequoias bring tourists from around the world to Calaveras Big Trees State Park northeast of Arnold and Stockton, California. The park was established in 1931 to preserve the giant sequoias, including the Discovery Tree, or Big Stump, the first sequoia discovered by Augustus T. Dowd in 1852. Bring your own motorhome or book an RV in San Joaquin County and discover the majesty of these amazing trees.

While camping at Calaveras Big Trees State Park take some time and explore Lodi, the home of the World of Wonders Science Museum, where you can stock on camping supplies before you head into the park for the weekend. Tracy offers great restaurants and shopping for all …

Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, CA

505 RV rentals

Located between Tipton and Delano, only a few miles away from Earlimart, is Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park. This 3,700-acre park was established to preserve Allensworth, a town that was founded and led by African Americans back in 1908. The central figure behind that initiative was Colonel Allen Allensworth, former slave, Union Army officer, and doctor of theology.

After Allensworth's tragic death, the town was hit by drought, and in 1966, arsenic was discovered in the town’s water supply. All of these events led to the decision to demolish the town, but luckily, citizens rallied to protect Allensworth, despite the fact that it was uninhabitable. The land then became a state park in 1974.

History buffs, bikers, and …

Giant Sequoia National Monument, CA

289 RV rentals

The Giant Sequoia National Monument is located near the small town of Porterville, CA, which is almost smack-dab in the middle of this very long state. The nearest larger town is Visalia, at around 60 miles to the west. The park also sits about equidistant from the two large cities of San Jose and the Los Angeles metro area, at around 250 miles from each.

This part of the country is mountainous, forested, and known for being very scenic. The prime draw in this area is the outdoor recreational opportunities it makes available throughout the year. Hiking, camping, and scenic drives throughout the local forests are the main activities people enjoy engaging in here. The very large and very …

Hearst San Simeon State Park, CA

281 RV rentals

Centrally located between San Jose and Los Angeles, California, you’ll find the sprawling Hearst San Simeon State Park. Just under two and a half hours west of Bakersfield, this park is over 3,000 acres of country land that holds over twenty miles of Pacific Coastline and the famous historical monument, Hearst Castle.

In the 1860s, George Hearst, thriving from his gold mining enterprise across the Californian coast, purchased land and eventually built Hearst Ranch. In the 1920s and '30s, the park grew substantially with the addition of over 500 acres of beach and then another 1,131 acres in 2005.

If you enjoy horseback riding, hiking, or wildlife viewing, this park is a must-visit for your next RV camping …

Inyo National Forest, CA

214 RV rentals

Inyo National Forest immerses you in a two-million-acre wonderland of rugged peaks, towering pines, and shimmering lakes. It's set in California's Eastern Sierra region and is a fantastic place to hike, camp, fish, and enjoy the natural beauty of the Golden State. The park is made up of nine wilderness areas and boasts some of the tallest peaks in the United States, including Mt. Whitney. As you explore Inyo National Forest, you can discover natural wonders like the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to the oldest trees on the planet. Mono Lake will wow you with dramatic calcium-carbonate spires, while Mammoth Lakes Basin is a favorite with hikers, anglers, and mountain bikers.

The park was named after the Native American …

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, CA

507 RV rentals

The incredible California state park of Julia Pfeiffer Burns was named after the incredible Big Sur pioneer of the same name. With a tumbling 80-foot waterfall, plenty of places to hike, scuba diving opportunities, and whale watching, it is no wonder so many people rent an RV in Monterey County every year. This beautiful stretch of coastline is dotted with towering 300-foot redwoods, some of which are over 2,500 years old.

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park was established in 1962 and covers 3762 acres, meaning there is plenty of room for everyone to explore and enjoy the wonderful views and hikes. Just 12 miles north is the more well-known Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, and the beautiful towns of Monterey …

Kings Canyon National Park, CA

245 RV rentals

In Northern California, about four hours south of Sacramento on the southernmost portion of the rugged Sierra Nevada mountains, you’ll find one of the most breathtaking natural parks in the state. Three Rivers is home to the entrance of Kings Canyon National Park, located three hours southeast of San Jose and an hour east of Fresno near the Nevada border.

In 1890, President Benjamin Harrison signed Sequoia National Park, the nation’s second national park, into construction and protection. Fifty years later, President Roosevelt established General Grant National Park, which eventually became Kings Canyon National Park.

For those unfamiliar with the Sierra Nevadas, Kings Canyon National Park erupts with giant mountain peaks, glacially carved canyons, rushing rivers, calm lakes, and lush …

Limekiln State Park, CA

476 RV rentals

Planning to book an RV in Monterey County and explore Big Sur? Limekiln State Park is well worth a visit. This quaint park is nestled on the coast of California, about four and a half hours away from Los Angeles and about two and a half hours from San Jose. As for nearby state parks, Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is a little over 10 miles north, whereas Andrew Molera State Park is just over 30 miles to the northwest.

But before you jet off to other destinations, take some time to explore this 700-acre wilderness. You'll want to snap photo after photo of the turquoise waters and jagged bluffs. Wander into the forest to discover a waterfall and …