9 California RV Parks for a West Coast Trip
Del Valle Regional ParkDel Valle 1 of 10
Enjoy Del Valle wine country from the comfort of your RV at this rustic campground. If you're not ready to settle down here, make it a pit stop on your way to nearby San Francisco, Napa and Sonoma.
Big Basin Redwoods SPBoulder Creek 2 of 10
Pull your RV into the oldest state park in California. More than 100 years old, this park has miles of trails for backpacking, day hiking, or taking a quick stroll. Enjoy the view from your RV as you traverse the scenic route to your campsite.
June Lake CampgroundJune Lake 3 of 10
If you're looking to grill up some fish in your RV kitchen, this is the place to be. If your day at the lake goes well, you'll return to camp with a rainbow trout or Alpers Trout, both of which are popular in this area. Don't forget to take your rig on a drive around the lake for breathtaking views of the many peaks and lakes.
Anza-Borrego Desert State ParkBorrego Springs 4 of 10
As the largest state park in the United States, there's plenty of room for your big rig. You can see a variety of wildflowers in their blooming season, which is spring, in Culp Valley or on the Pacific Crest Trail. No matter what time of year you visit, there's never a shortage of unique scenery.
Cedar Bluff CampgroundCedar Bluff 5 of 10
This campground provides everything you need for an awe-inspiring camping trip. Situated on Bass Lake, you're surrounded by the Sierra National Forest, and can trek over to the rolling foothills, where dramatic Alpine landscape awaits. With beauty in every corner, this is a must-visit California RV park.
Eagle CampgroundSusanville 6 of 10
Kick back at your campsite in the comfortable shade of pine trees; camping in the Lassen National Forest provides you a lush environment perfect for summer camping. Leave your RV behind and take a walk on the 5.2-mile trail that parallels the 27,000-acre lake. Ask about guided nature walks to learn more about the local forest wildlife.
Pacific Dunes RV Ranch ResortOceano 7 of 10
This unique camping spot shares land with the Oceano Reserve. However, you'll still enjoy the exclusivity of their private beach and the short trails that take you there. Get away from everyday life in this secluded RV park.
Mountain Oak CampgroundWrightwood 8 of 10
Located just outside of LA, you may not consider this a camping getaway. However, the Angeles Forest provides trails for hiking, and Jackson Lake is close by if you want to relax on the water. Take your RV for a short getaway from the city, or stay here if you're visiting the area.
Santa Cruz Ranch RV ResortScotts Valley 9 of 10
A mere 10 minutes outside of Santa Cruz, this campground is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life while still experiencing all that Santa Cruz has to offer. Enjoy the winding Carbonero Creek and natural splendor of this relaxing RV resort.