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RV Parks in California

With more than 750 RV parks, California is an excellent state for RVing. Each park or campground offers unique features and attractions, so there's something for everyone. Whether you're looking to camp near Sacramento or San Diego, you'll be able to find the perfect RV park in California.

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RV Camping in California National Parks

Whether you're interested in camping, hiking, or simply taking in the scenery, California's national parks have something for everyone.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park is one of California's most popular destinations, and it's a must-see for anybody who visits the state. A couple of RV parks are available near the park's entrances, making it easy to enjoy all that this park has to offer.

Upper Pines Campground is located in the Yosemite Valley. However, it does not have RV hookups, so you might consider one of the RV resorts outside of the park if you need full hookups.

Yosemite Lakes Thousand Trails in Groveland has 490 RV sites and is located 5 miles outside the park's west gate entrance. Park amenities include full hookups, hot showers, and private hiking trails.

Indian Flat RV Park is conveniently located near Yosemite National Park. It features 25 RV sites and a dump station.

Death Valley National Park

With its vast and varied landscape, Death Valley National Park is one of the most amazing places in California, but beware of the area's extreme temperatures. You can explore sand dunes, mountains, canyons, and valleys, and there are plenty of trails for hiking or biking.

Stovepipe Wells Village RV Park is the only RV park in Death Valley. Campsites include a picnic table and fire pits.

Panamint Springs Resort is located on the west side of the park. This resort is both big rig friendly and has tent sites, making it the perfect place to stay while exploring Death Valley.

Southern California

Southern California is home to several of California's most popular attractions, including world-famous theme parks like Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood.

Your best option for camping near Universal Studios is Hollywood RV Park, located just 35 minutes north of Los Angeles.

Malibu Beach RV Park is located 16 miles north of Santa Monica and a great place to stay if you're looking to enjoy the beaches of Southern California. This park sits just a few miles from Malibu Pier and offers full hookups, WiFi, and cable TV.

South of L.A., Disneyland is one of the most popular theme parks in the world, and it's a must-see for anyone visiting California. There are a couple of RV parks close to the park, making it easy to enjoy a day (or more) at this popular attraction.

Anaheim Harbor RV Park is located just across from Disneyland's east entrance and offers guests a variety of amenities, including full hookups and free WiFi.

Another option for camping near Disneyland is Orangeland RV Park. Visitors can unwind in the hot tub and heated swimming pool after a long day of exploring the park.

Two and a half hours east of Disneyland is Joshua Tree National Park. Joshua Tree is known for its strange and beautiful rock formations. Several RV campgrounds are available near the park's north entrance, making it easy to explore everything this desert area has to offer.

San Diego is one of California's most popular locations, known for its beautiful beaches and mild temperatures. In addition, there are several RV parks located close to San Diego, making it easy to enjoy everything this city has to offer.

One of the best RV parks in the area is Mission Bay RV Resort. This resort is located on Mission Bay, just a short drive from downtown San Diego, and it offers guests a variety of amenities, including full hookups, cable TV, and WiFi.

If you're looking for an RV park with an ocean-side setting, consider Campland on the Bay.

California Coast

The Golden State's coastline is one of its most beautiful features, and there are many RV parks located close to the shoreline.

San Francisco

There are various things to see and do in San Francisco, from exploring world-famous landmarks like Alcatraz Island and Fisherman's Wharf to sampling local cuisine at some of the best restaurants in the country.

San Francisco RV Resort is located in Pacifica, just south of the city. It offers guests a variety of amenities, including full hookups, cable TV, WiFi, and a recreation room.

Half Moon Bay is a popular tourist destination on the peninsula. There are several RV parks in Half Moon Bay, including Pillar Point RV Park and Pelican Point RV Park.

Consider the Marin RV Park in Greenbrae if you're looking for an RV park away from the hustle and bustle. This park is located north of the Golden Gate Bridge and offers 87 RV sites, laundry facilities, and a swimming pool.

Bodega Bay is another beautiful coastal town that is home to some of the best fishing in California. The Porto Bodega Marina & RV Park in Bodega Bay is the perfect place to stay if you want to be close to the action. The park is located right on the water and offers easy access to all of the area's best fishing spots. It is also close to many of the area's best restaurants and shops.

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara is a charming town located on California's Central Coast. It offers visitors a variety of attractions, including beautiful beaches, historic architecture, and a world-class wine country.

Santa Barbara Sunrise RV Park and Earl Warren Showgrounds RV Park are great camping options in Santa Barbara.

California Mountains

Big Bear Lake is a popular destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Holloway's Marina & RV Park and Pine Tree RV Park are highly rated by the Capmedium community.

South Lake Tahoe is a beautiful mountain town located in Central California on the border of California and Nevada. Tahoe Valley Thousand Trails is perfect for those who want to be close to the action. The park is located right in the heart of town and offers easy access to all of the area's best attractions, including the casino, restaurants, and shops.

Northern California

From the vineyards of Napa Valley to the redwood forests in Humboldt County, Northern California has something for everyone.

Redwood National and State Parks are located near the coast. The park is home to some of the tallest trees in the world, and it offers visitors a variety of activities, including hiking and camping. There are several RV parks in the area for a convenient basecamp when visiting the area's attractions.

Mount Shasta is both a mountain and city located along the I-5 freeway in California. The mountain is the second-tallest volcano in the Cascade Range, and the city offers visitors a variety of activities, including hiking and camping. Many RV resorts in town offer pull-through RV sites, picnic tables, WiFi, laundry facilities, and more.

From San Diego to Big Bear Lake, there is an RV park for everyone in the Golden State. Check out all of the RV parks in California and start planning your next California road trip today.

Recent California RV Parks Reviews

Bethel Island, CA

Sugar Barge RV Resort & Marina

Jul 18, 2024

"Bad service, & not worth the stay"

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Not worth the stay and Management was not nice. Very rude. The owners were not helpful either. We tried to speak with them to let them know our concerns and they did not want to hear about it. I would not recommend this campground or RV park or resort or Marina or restaurant due to the fact that the hospitality is out the window. Don't feel safe...
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Dunsmuir, CA

Railroad Park Resort

Jul 18, 2024

"In the pines with views of Castle Crags"

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This a very nice park. Like camping in a pine forest except with full hook-ups. Nice camp host who will guide you to your camp site. Clean bathrooms and free showers. Some dry sites, some with water and electric too. The sites are a mix or gravel but some broken asphalt. They are aware of the condition of the asphalt road through the park...
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Rickster - Bambi
22 reviews
McCloud, CA

McCloud RV Resort

Jul 18, 2024

"You can park on the grass."

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We had a nice stay here for 2 nights on our way to Oregon. As some others have said, some of the sites are a bit tight. Our site was nice and open with a grassy area nearby and the creek running through. The best part is the proximity to the McCloud river. Great hiking along the river to see the falls. Also great views of Mt. Shasta. It...
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Rickster - Bambi
22 reviews
Salinas, CA

Salinas-Monterey KOA

Jul 15, 2024

"Urban Campground"

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Basically an asphalt parking lot, sites are very close together. Restrooms, showers and laundry were fine but we had to wait on others some days. Good location to visit Monterey and Big Sur. We made last minute reservations to get out of the 100+ temps in Sequoia, so can't complain.

camper-769166
8 reviews
Scotia, CA

Stafford RV Park

Jul 14, 2024

"Save your money, rude staff, brown Water"

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Customer no service, rude staff wearing a Female Body Inspector ball cap very unresponsive. The park is not maintained appears to be a lot of full time residents. Water comes out of faucet brown. Safe bet we will not be back after cutting this visit short.

camper-743708
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