RV Camping California’s National Historic Sites

This is the 3rd of 3 posts on RV camping in California’s National parks. Also see: RV Camping California’s Desert Parks, and RV Camping California’s Redwood Forests.

Not only do California’s National Parks showcase the beauty of nature, they also preserve sites of national historic importance. Here’s a short list of some of the NPS locations in the Golden State that should be on every RV-driving history buff’s vacation itinerary:

  • Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site: A chance to see where the Nobel Prize winning playwright made his home near Danville.
  • Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Monument: A wonderful Bay Area attraction where the memories of how America responded to a World War are preserved.
  • Tule Lake Unit: A sad page in American history is remembered at Tule Lake, where Japanese American citizens were incarcerated after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It’s part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument near the Oregon/California border.

California’s National Parks and Historic Sites are worthy of an entire summer of RV camping. But if you don’t have that much time, pick one or two to visit this year. The sights, sounds and memories you’ll encounter at our National Parks will have you wondering how soon you can book another RV trip to California.

For more California RV Camping information and information on where to rent you RV for a California National Park vacation, see RV Rental California – For Your California RV Vacation.

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