RV Camping California’s Redwood Forests

This is the 2nd post of 3 posts on RV camping in California’s National parks. 

No RV camping trip to California is complete without time spent in its redwood forests.

Family of Redwood Trees

Family of Redwood Trees

Fortunately, two parks sit side by side in California and showcase not only these redwood forests, but also mountain peaks, awesome caves and classic California chaparrals. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, east of the San Joaquin Valley, are a non-stop photo opportunity, as well as the perfect place to hike, ride horses or mountain bike.

Choose from hundreds of miles of hiking trails, take a Ranger-guided tour, or simply drink in the stillness of early morning in the forest. To plan a memorable RV trip to these two National Parks, use this link for campground information and pay attention to RV length limits and tips for camping amidst the abundant wildlife.

For the ultimate in California redwood viewing, plan an RV trip to Muir Woods National Monument, a spectacular part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Walk among the giant redwoods at Muir Woods, and then take in the astonishing variety of attractions in the Golden Gate NRA.

Being able to visit such sites as the Presidio, Alcatraz Islands and the beautiful beaches of the Bay Area all in the same trip make this a top pick among RV campers. Although no RV campgrounds exist within the NRA itself, campgrounds like Marin Park are close to public transportation and within easy driving distance of all the Golden Gate attractions.

And we haven’t even mentioned the most venerable of California’s redwood-filled National Parks, Yosemite. The waterfalls, granite slopes and sunlit meadows of Yosemite draw millions of visitors each year. RV campgrounds are available within the Park itself, and nearby parks like High Sierra RV give motorhome campers plenty of options.

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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One Response to RV Camping California’s Redwood Forests

  1. RV Vacations says:

    Great post. It makes me want to go to California right now! I write blog posts for RV Vacation Guide and I am going to write this post down on my list of topics for future. And of course ping you back and give you credit. Thanks again.

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