RV Camping Along Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway

When we hit the road this Spring and Summer, let’s find something fascinating to explore! One of the most unusual geological regions in America can be found between Lassen Volcanic National Park in Northern California and Crater Lake National Park in Southern Oregon. Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway connects the two parks and offers ample opportunity for RV camping along the way.

Where to Start

No matter which end of the Byway is your starting point on this 500-mile round trip journey, it’s going to be extraordinary. California visitors will find Lassen Volcanic National Park, the southern terminus, about two and a half hours north of Sacramento on I-5.

If you’re starting at the northern end of the Byway, you’ll find your starting point at Crater Lake National Park northeast of Medford about 80 miles on OR-140.

What You’ll See & Where to Camp

Whether it’s waterfalls, volcanic lava fields, sparkling mountain lakes or the stunning sight of Mount Shasta, following the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway won’t disappoint. Scenic campsites along the way are an added bonus.

Here are just a few premier points of interest to discover on your route.

  • Pelican Bay on Upper Klamath Lake in northern Oregon is a stop you’ll definitely want to make. Paddle a water trail, fish for record-breaking trout or simply take in the view made famous by John Muir’s writings. RV campgrounds near Klamath Falls will let you camp close to the Bay.
  • Castle Crags State Park – Pick a campsite and then hike the trails for unforgettable views of massive granite crags and Mount Shasta.
  • Lava Beds National Monument/Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge – Lava tube caves, Native American rock art and RV camping in the nearby towns of Tionesta and Tulelake can make this a special stop for Byway travelers who like the unusual. The wildlife refuge is one more reason to make this side trip, with an auto tour through marshes and grasslands for bird watchers.
  • Dunsmuir, CA – History buffs will love this vintage railroad town in the shadow of Mount Shasta. Bring your fly fishing gear—the trout stream in town is legendary! Save time on your trip to admire the waterfalls between Dunsmuir and Mount Shasta, too.
  • Lake Almanor – Located near the southern end of the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, Lake Almanor in Lassen National Forest is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Hundreds of forest campsites are available and a shoreline hike promises spectacular views.
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park – Mudpots, a bubbling hot lake and the scenic remnants of volcanoes are only three of the attractions RV travelers will find at this park at the Byway’s southern terminus. Primitive and developed campgrounds within the national park make it easy to extend your stay as you hike and drive through thousands of acres of natural attractions.
  • Crater Lake National Park at the Byway’s northern entrance is a remarkable place to begin or end your journey. The view of the lake is worthy of many vacation photos,
    Picture of Crater Lake in Oregon

    Picture of Crater Lake in Oregon

    so why not hike the rim trail once you’ve set up camp? See how many of the lake’s ‘wizard islands’ formed by cinder cones you can spot. Speaking of campgrounds, the park’s Mazama Campground has both primitive and developed sites. 

Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway provides RV travelers the chance to experience stunning views and exciting outdoor recreation. You’ll also learn about the history of northern California and southern Oregon with intimate side trips into the countryside, visiting quaint towns and historic attractions.

Let us help with a California RV rental and feel free to use our handy list of California campgrounds to plan your trip. We can’t wait to hear about the memories that RV camping along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway creates.

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Travel the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway in an RV for a Unique Experience

Picture of Lassen Peak as seen from the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway

Lassen Peak as seen from the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway.

Get ready for an adventurous journey in an RV to see the legacy left us by the volcanic activity of yesteryear.  This is one trip that not only takes you into the beauty of the Shasta Cascade area, but affords you the opportunity for an unlimited amount of outdoor recreation. You will travel through forests, wetlands and farmlands to come to a sense of peace and pleasure in Northern California and the southern part of Oregon.

Start your trip near California’s Lake Almanor and stay awhile to enjoy boating, fishing and sailing. Numerous trails provide summertime hiking and the chance to explore the lake and forests. When you reach Chester, you should visit the statue of the famous logger, Paul Bunyan. Take a short side trip to Susanville and perhaps hike on the Bizz Johnson National Recreational Trail.

Only a few miles away you will come upon the famous Lassen Volcanic National Park with its unique geothermal features such as hot springs and fumaroles. You must be sure to include Bumpass Hell on your itinerary when here. This is where a man named Kendall Bumpass stepped through the thin crust of the earth and burned his leg so badly he had to have it amputated. His tragedy has become immortalized here.

When you reach Old Station as you drive north, you will have the opportunity for more hiking on the trails in the area, including Lassen Trail and Nobles Emigrant Trail. Also a must-see is the Subway Cave where you will walk through a lava tube. You’ll need a sweater or jacket, as it gets quite chilly inside. Don’t forget your flashlight either as there is no lighting. If you want to get in some fishing, nearby Hat Creek is one of the best places to go for trout.

As you enter Butte Valley, you will be traveling through the only National Grasslands in the state. Particularly known for the wide variety of wildlife, this area is an incredible place to fit in some bird watching time. This is a High Desert plateau with many lovely communities to pass through. Drive along Highway 97 and catch views of many natural sights. Butte Valley’s Wildlife Refuge is definitely a place to explore.

When reaching Tule Lake, more water sports are waiting for you. Take another side trip to Lava Beds National Monument for more unusual volcanic features such as cinder cones, lava tubes and more! This is a place of wonder for any traveler to enjoy!

As you approach the end of your journey, you can stop in Klamath to look around and also perhaps take time out for some golf at the Running Y Ranch. You will officially end your trip at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon where the violent volcanic activity of years gone by is evident and will show you some of the mysteries of our earth. What an educational and recreational RV trip this has been, and you wouldn’t have missed it for the world!

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A Fabulous California Coast RV Trip

Picture of Dorn Bay in Clear Lake CA Fr,om Clear Lake State Park

Dorn Bay in Clear Lake, CA From Clear Lake State Park

Take a wonderful excursion along the California coast this coming month for some adventures worth having. The redwoods, the waves of the Pacific, all contribute to a getaway that gives an incredible amount of pleasure. Taking an RV vacation up the coast in Northern California tops the list as far as traveling in style and ease goes. Set your own pace and enjoy some of California’s wonders.

Ensure your camera is at the ready when you start your trip in Kelseyville. You’ll want to capture scenes of hillside wineries and weathered farm buildings. Walk through the town and stop in the quaint shops. On August 15, attend the Kickin’ in the Country Street Dance. Don’t miss Clear Lake State Park for water sports and sunny fun. You can catch crappie, catfish and largemouth bass in this sparkling lake. Take the Indian Nature Trail for a fascinating self-guided hike for half a mile which takes you through the site of an old Pomo village.

Next head to Philo to visit Hendy Woods State Park. Two beautiful redwood groves allow you to shed all those cares and worries as you explore this scenic area. Spend an afternoon looking around, having a delicious picnic and hiking the trails. See the redwood stump where the Hendy Woods Hermit used to live. Find quiet and peace in this park and be inspired.

Mendocino, California will be one place you will want to stay a while. With its gorgeous beaches and quaint downtown shops and homes, Mendocino brings to life the finer aspects of living. Just a few miles north of town you’ll discover a great RV park where you have beach access. Caspar Beach RV Park, with full or partial hookups, is a family and pet-friendly park that is perfect for your stay in Mendocino County. You can then take your time to see Mendocino Headlands State Park, hike its trails and visit the Historic Ford House museum.

A place for relaxation and an escape from the crowds is Fort Bragg. This destination is quite attractive to artists and outdoor lovers. The ocean breezes remind you that you are here on the lovely California coast. When you make your way to Glass Beach, be amazed at what Mother Nature has accomplished with trash from another era. The rainbows of colors of this glass worn smooth by the ocean waves are something to see. Then take time to visit MacKerricher State Park.

Head towards Weott and explore Humboldt Redwoods State Park for an inside look at the most amazing redwood groves. There are many easy trails that will take you through the woods and give you some needed exercise to boot. Your next stop up the road is Eureka where you can stroll the boardwalk, visit Old Town and even perhaps get a cruise of Humboldt Bay Harbor.

You can call this the end of your California coast trip or you can continue on to Orick and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Whichever your choice, you will have experienced some of the best that the Northern California coast can offer, and all in a comfortable RV that puts you more in control of your vacation!

Picture credits: The picture of Dorn Bay is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license.

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To the Mountains and Back on a California RV Adventure

Picture of Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains

Enjoy a California adventure on an RV trip to the mountains and back. Discover some history, culture, outdoor fun and much more when you make your way from San Bernardino up into the San Bernardino Mountains and back to civilization once again. Smell that fresh pine air and fish with nature surrounding you. This will be one vacation that will go on your top ten list.

First, in San Bernardino find a lovely California city with a lot to offer. The views are marvelous no matter which direction you look. Camp in one of the RV parks in the area to discover convenient amenities. The San Bernardino RV Park is close to everything and will accommodate you with ease.

While in town, visit the Fullerton Museum of Art for a look at some collections you won’t forget. The Treasures of Ancient Egypt is there until the end of July, and you will certainly enjoy the photography of Elliott Robert Barkan and his Chicano Muralists in Southern California. Getting outdoors is what it is all about in Southern California, so take to the Santa Ana River Trail. Bike or hike through willow forests with river views.

Now head up to Lake Arrowhead for a true outdoor recreational experience! This is a spot with miles of trails, plenty of swimming opportunities and off-roading fun. If you wish to experience the lake in all its glory, take a paddleboat ride on Lake Arrowhead Queen. Another way many tourists enjoy the area is to take a helicopter tour. Now there is something to log in your vacation log!

Another popular place to go is beautiful Big Bear Lake. A scenic 25 mile drive from Lake Arrowhead will have you there where wildlife wanders and the pines invite you into the wilderness on the many hiking trails. Fishing at Big Bear is something all freshwater fishermen will enjoy, pulling in some bass or trout. Kids with you? It really doesn’t matter. Anyone of any age will have fun at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo. See the Arctic foxes, American badgers, black bears, bobcats and the wide variety of birds there.

Now back to civilization. As you come down from the mountains, you may feel sorry to leave, but there is a lot more in store for you on this RV vacation. Redlands is a great place to have a delicious meal at any one of a long list of restaurants in this city. Sit and relax and listen to some great music in the summer concert series at Redlands Bowl. There will be music to fit everyone’s taste. Hear blue grass, pipe bands from the Highlands, or operas.

A few more stops on your itinerary include Riverside where you will want to visit Castle Park, ride the rides and see entertainment like Anthony the Magic. Then drive to Corona where you can fish at Corona Lakes, race indoor high-speed karts or stop at Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa for a real rejuvenation from your exciting Southern California adventures. This is one getaway that makes other pale in comparison!

Picture credits: The picture of Big Bear lake is by H.G. Judd and is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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Explore Northern California on a Loop Tour in an RV

Northern California holds many sights and sounds the like of which you can find no place else. Taking an RV tour of this incredibly scenic area is just the way to experience a vacation. Start in Chico, California heading north on Interstate 5. Breathtaking sights await you!

Picture of Lake Shasts

Lake Shasta

Arriving at Shasta Lake, you’ll discover some amazing adventures. The shoreline is magnificent, so a picnic will be in order. This extraordinary lake offers many opportunities for fun water sports. Rent a boat and get out on the water. Be sure to visit Lake Shasta Caverns for a view of this stunning underground world. Recommended is the Fawndale Oaks RV Park which can accommodate good-sized RV motorhomes.

When ready, continue north to Castella. Some great hiking is available here for those in good shape physically and who are ready to get out in nature. The Castle Dome Trail is an out and back hike for almost six miles. You can bring your dog along too! At Castle Crags State Park you can swim or fish the Sacramento River and do some more hiking on 28 miles of trails. At the park, you won’t be able to bring your dog on the trails, however.

After continuing on I-5 for a ways, you will then turn and travel the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway to Lava Beds National Monument. This geological wonder has battlefields, Native American art sites and a rugged landscape of volcanic features. Don’t miss the lava tube caves, as these are one of the most popular spots in the state to visit.

Further on you’ll come to Burney, a town known for its friendly folk and scenic views. Outdoor recreation is abundant in the area surrounding, and you can get out and do some fishing or hiking. McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park has one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state, the Burney Falls. The water cascades 129 feet, plunging into a misty basin.

Next stop will be Lassen Volcanic National Park with its fascinating fumaroles, lovely mountain meadows and lakes and of course, its volcanoes. Boiling water exists right below the surface and creates steaming pools and bubbling mud pots. Don’t miss Little Hot Springs Valley, Sulphur Works and Devils Kitchen.

The Lake Almanor basin and surrounding region offers a wide variety of outdoor fun. Ski, wakeboard, or kayak the waters or simply do some quiet bird watching. Move at your own speed but take time to absorb all the sights and sounds. This is a natural wonderland and you don’t want to miss a thing.

Now you can head back to Chico and perhaps grab a meal before heading home again. You have finished the loop tour. A vacation to Northern California is never boring and always a thrill in so many ways. Seeing how this area developed from millions of years of volcanic upheavals is always educational. But best of all, the gorgeous and captivating scenery is something that should not be missed.

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Travel to San Bernardino for an RV Vacation Experience

Picture of Lake Arrowhead in San Bernardino County, CA

Lake Arrowhead, San Bernardino County, CA

An RV vacation this spring or summer to San Bernardino offers a lot of outdoor fun as well as many activities for city lovers. Right in the heart of Southern California, San Bernardino is a wonderful destination for those who want to do and see it all. Plenty of RV camping in the area too! You might wish to try San Bernardino RV Park as it is close to everything and has beautiful views as well as all the amenities you could want.

When you are settled and ready to see some of the sights around the town, you can head over to the Heritage House for a historic tour of this gorgeous Victorian home. Then over to the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art for a look at beautiful works of art! Perhaps you never dreamed you would see Egyptian artifacts right here in Southern California, but here they are! The San Bernardino History & Railroad Museum will also provide a unique view at some of the history of this region.

Evenings hold a special meaning when you attend the California Theatre of Performing Arts. This theatre started out as a vaudeville movie palace in the early 1900s, and now has an incredible array of shows for all ages. Want to try your hand at some gaming fun? Go to the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino and join millions of others who enjoy the games, service and entertainment.

Of course, coming to Southern California means plenty of recreational opportunities, and San Bernardino lacks nothing in this arena. The Santa Ana River Trail is the area’s longest trail, taking you through diverse landscapes. Bike the path and discover the beauty of urban parks, willow forests and river views. Hiking along this trail is perfect for some quiet time. Birders love to watch the feathered creatures who make their home along this corridor.

The San Bernardino National Forest is nearby and this is the place where you can really get out into nature and take it all in. If you have brought along your off-highway vehicle, you will find plenty of places to ride. Horseback riding, hiking, bicycling – whatever you choose will work in this forestland! Lake Arrowhead is located here, and since it is called the “Alps of Southern California,” you can imagine the outdoor fun that awaits you here. There are miles of trails around the lake, and you can also get out on the water to soak up some sun.

Nobody wants to miss visiting Big Bear when it is so close. The weather is cooler up here and wildlife is abundant. Wander around town and pick up a few gifts for friends, then hike among the pines. The mountain air is invigorating and the scenery is inspiring. Big Bear Lake is one attraction which lives up to its promise. Fishing here is addictive. Catch some bass, catfish or trout.

This is one vacation you won’t want to pass up. It is a real RV adventure and a getaway you won’t forget.

Picture credits: The picture of Lake Arrowhead is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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Travel a California Scenic Route for an RV Adventure in Redwood Forests

Picture of Old Growth Redwoods

Old Growth Redwoods

The California redwoods are a spectacular sight, and the coast of the state is the best place to see these magnificent trees. You can reap the pleasures of a redwood adventure in Northern California all the better when traveling in an RV motorhome. Although this is a year-round destination, nothing can really beat the springtime for some of the best in nature experiences. Start out at Humboldt Redwoods State Park where you can make your home base. There is an entire redwood ecosystem here and it is part of the largest old-growth forest in the world.

First establish your campsite in the park. The campgrounds will accommodate RVs up to 33 feet. Then you can begin your exploration. Start with Founders Grove where you can hike along shaded trails and witness the beauty of these giant redwoods. The Dyerville Giant is a must-see, a fallen redwood that was about 362 feet tall. Take the Mahan Loop for some more sights and to learn some history of the area.

When you have had some fun exploring the park, you can then take Briceland Thorn Road from Humboldt State Park to Shelter Cove. This takes you to the coast where you can adventure along the shores and have some fun tide-pooling. There are unique creatures in the waters and you will have an interesting time trying to identify them. In town you will find wonderful food. Comb the beaches or hike the trails in the area. There are many things to do.

As you drive back from Shelter Cove to Humboldt Redwoods State Park, stop in Garberville. This quaint town has a number of unique shops where you can pick up some gifts for friends and neighbors back home. You can find some great places to eat as well, or to stock up on food in your RV kitchen. In the summer there are festivals and craft fairs to enjoy.

Back to Humboldt State Park after this scenic journey and you are ready to embark on the wonderfully scenic Avenue of the Giants, a 32-mile odyssey that you’ll never forget. Here you will see the most redwood giants and can take time out as desired for some outdoor fun. Have a picnic with the ancient redwoods towering over you. Fish the streams or bike ride on trails in the forest.

Go north on this scenic byway and when you reach Redwood Highway continue northward for more vacation delights. You will come to Scotia where you should stop and take in the historic charm of this California town. Once you reach Ferndale you will be intrigued by the antiques, art galleries and the stunning surroundings. Be sure to drive the Mattole Road while here, as this takes you on a 28-mile scenic drive through the forest and gives you access to many trailheads and hiking adventures.

This is one Northern California RV trip you won’t want to miss. Perfect for spring and perfect for a relaxing getaway.

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Travel the Gold Rush Trail on a California RV Adventure

There are so many adventures to be had as you travel along Highway 49 in Gold Rush country. Besides the small towns and gorgeous scenery, there are parks where you can experience some invigorating outdoor recreation. However, many travel this highway so they can learn the history of the region, and you will certainly get an education on the California Gold Rush days!

Start your journey in Columbia, California. This town is located right in the heart of the California Mother Lode. And the entire atmosphere is that of a town out of the 1850s, with the merchants all dressed for that period. At Columbia State Historic Park, you will discover saloons, ice cream parlors and boutiques where you can buy unique gifts. Take a stagecoach ride. You will really feel as if you have moved back in time. You can find several campgrounds for RVs including 49er RV Ranch, a great RV park with plenty of amenities.

Now head south to Jamestown, a historic spot with fine dining, historic buildings and even a restored jail. Hop over to Railtown 1897 State Historic Park where you can ride a steam train and visit a very interesting museum. Take a short side trip 12 miles east to Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park where the Sierra Nevada foothills come alive with nature. Explore the meadows and see amazing limestone formations.

Also make it a point to visit Sonora and take in more of the sights and sounds of Gold Rush history. Grab the camera and be sure to get a photo of the dark red St. James Episcopal Church. This is the second oldest Episcopal church of this construction in the state. Old Victorian homes are the sites of many businesses in the town now, most of them more than 100 years old.

Now head north on Highway 49 to Angels Camp. Take a walking tour of this mountain town and get the idea of gold miners flooding the area searching for their fortunes. From here, take a side trip over to Arnold and visit Calaveras Big Trees State Park. This is where you will see a grove of Giant Sequoias.

As you head further north, you’ll pass through another town, Coloma, where you can try some white water rafting. There is nothing quite as thrilling as traveling down the South Fork of the American River and feeling the cold splashes hit your face as you avoid jutting rocks. It is quite a thrill – but perfectly safe.

Your last stop will be higher in the Sierra near Sierra City. Enjoy a visit to Sierra County Historical Park & Museum. The stamp mill was quite an important mill in the 1800s, as it crushed gold-veined quartz. You will get to see it in action. But be ready for some noise! In fact, you may want to plug your ears in anticipation of the first stamp taking place.

You have covered a lot of ground with this tour. There is always more to see so make plans to return again in an RV for another adventure.

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An RV Excursion to Orange County California

A spring RV vacation is perhaps just the thing to shake off those winter woes and make a new start. Taking the family to Orange County, California is a brilliant idea! There are sights to see, activities that will fill your days and beautiful weather. You’ll have the convenience of an RV motorhome and avoid the constant search for comfortable accommodations. There is plenty of RV camping in Orange County. For instance, you may find Canyon RV Park convenient to all your planned activities.

Picture of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland

Of course, all the traditional theme parks will welcome you. You will want to see Disneyland even if you have been there before. Knott’s Berry Farm is a favorite as well with a lot of rides and entertainment for all ages. Some excitement is provided with a meal at Medieval Times as sword fighting and other pageantry takes place right out of the middle Ages.

Picture of Laguna Beach, CA

Laguna Beach, CA

The beaches are a big attraction in Orange County this time of year. Laguna Beach has miles of white sand and sea birds flying over, making for some great photo opportunities. In fact, there are so many beautiful Orange County Coast beaches it is impossible to cover all the highlights. The Pacific Ocean is such a pleasure in the spring that you’ll most certainly have to put many beaches on your itinerary.

Next head for Balboa Island, a man-made island with shops, an amusement park and great places to eat. Take the Balboa Island Ferry over. The kids love this part of the trip! The fresh sea breezes enliven you and the sights inspire. It will be one of your favorite adventures on your Orange County RV trip.

If you love to fish, see quaint homes in a lovely setting and try your hand at jet skiing, Catalina Island is the place to go. On your trip over in a boat, you may spot some dolphins or whales. Have a picnic on the beach. Rent some horses and go horseback riding around the island. It is a relaxing time with gorgeous scenery.

Some sightseeing spots must get on your list of things to do. For instance, Mission San Juan Capistrano is all about learning some history of the area. You can learn how to pan for gold, which is always fun for the whole family. Then, whether you have children with you or not, go over to one of the zoos to visit the animals. Choose between the Santa Ana Zoo and the Orange County Zoo, or visit both!

Before leaving to go home, get in some hiking at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary, with a lot of great trails and a natural history center. You will also love to do whale watching at Crescent Bay Point Park. Listen to the sea lions barking at each other on the shore.

What a great time for an RV vacation and what a great place to visit! The weather, the attractions, the food and the atmosphere in general all make Orange County one of the best destinations in the U.S.

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Check Out Out Guest Post – Traveling in an RV with Kids up the California Coast

We did a guest post today on Mommy Hiker that we though you might be interested in. Check it out…

Traveling in an RV with Kids up the California Coast
By Joe Laing

A special treat for youngsters is to visit the beautiful coastal beaches of California. Few experiences can equal waking up with the sound of waves crashing on the coast, making memories that will last a lifetime for those of any age. Driving an RV up the California coast is a cost-efficient way to travel with a family. And this coastline is dotted with premiere RV camping spots. Here are just a few of the best that California has to offer.

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