California RV Parks
If you are thinking of traveling to one of the RV camping resorts in California you have literally hundreds of choices. They aren’t just lightly sprinkled around the state, they are everywhere! Southern California RV parks also offer many different travel and entertainment options.
The moderate summer temperatures attract many tourists, but beware, it can be chilly in the evenings and particularly in the winter months in the northern parts of California. Rain and wind are not unheard of either. Be prepared, and do your research before you choose which of the RV resorts in California you think is best suited for your kind of vacation.
Do you like old lighthouses? Or have you always wanted to see the giant redwoods? Maybe you want to camp and fish on the side of a mountain lake, or rent a boat and cross the lake on water skis. You may be able to watch the annual gray whale migration if you time your trip just right. All of these things can be enjoyed from one of the RV resorts in California. You can bicycle a mountain trail or scenic road before you return to your camp and enjoy the amenities of a clean, professionally maintained property. RV resorts in California can range from rustic to ritzy, or something in between. It doesn’t matter if you want neighbors to play cards with or left home to get away from neighbors, one of the RV resorts in California will be able to accommodate you.
The California wine country makes for a spectacular trip, even if you don’t drink wine! The rolling countryside is beautiful and whether you choose to just sightsee or take an educational tour, one of the California campgrounds are nearby and waiting for you. There are dozens of wineries and miles of vines.
Travel south through the state and the climate changes to warmer and dryer. You will experience hotter days and milder nights but still enjoy very pleasant year round temperatures. One of the Southern California RV parks will answer your needs no matter what area you like or activities you are looking for.
Staying at one of the Southern California RV parks can put you near all the action if you want to be a tourist, or away from it, if you prefer solitude. The San Diego Zoo is a great day trip, as is the Zoo’s Wild Animal Park, where the animals roam freely and you remain caged (in your car)! Sea World or Disneyland may interest you, as well as Universal Studios. If you’ve already “been there, done that” or it sounds just a bit too “touristy”, you might enjoy lunch at the historic Hotel Del Coronado on Coronado island. Return to one of the Southern California RV parks and rest or clean up before dinner. If you don’t feel like cooking at the RV Park, check out one of the many restaurants in the historic Gaslamp District, in downtown San Diego.
There’s plenty of marine life to watch and all kinds of water sports are available to you in the area. Deep sea fishing or watching the horse races can be a relaxing way to spend a few hours and only a short drive away from one of the Colorado River California RV parks.
The southern California desert is also a very beautiful place and a visit to the Anzo-Borrego Desert State Park is a great way to experience nature and the outdoors. With over 600,000 acres, there is a lot to see. Come and stay at K.Q Ranch Resort, our Julian, California RV park.
Stay at any of the Colorado River Adventures California RV parks and see as much of the beautiful state as you can!
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