Northern California

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Luxurious Northern California RV Trip

Trip Distance: 1,553.8 miles
Enjoy your very own RV Adventure by exploring the beauty of Northern California. Visit Napa’s wine country, national parks, volcanoes, and beautiful coastal cities like Monterey and San Francisco! Stay in Five-Star campgrounds.
First Stop

San Francisco

Pick up your rig and begin your adventure with your first stop in Napa Valley.

Bliss. If one had to try and describe Napa Valley in one word and one word only, ‘Bliss’ would be it. Rolling hills, sprawling meadows, old-growth oak trees, and manicured vineyards all basking in the warm California sun.

Napa County has over 300 award-winning wineries dotting the valley. It is no surprise that the most popular tourist activity are guided tours and wine tasting – an excellent way to experience the Napa Valley.

Second Stop

Redwood National and State Park

Native Americans called this “a place of spirits”. Feel the same awe-inspiring wonder that civilizations felt hundreds of years ago. Explore the TREES OF MYSTERY. You’ll be overwhelmed by the unusual redwoods. During the summer months, children of all ages will marvel at Paul Bunyon (standing at 49 foot 2 inches) as he waves and welcomes them to the Trees of Mystery along with his 35-foot-tall friend, Babe the Blue Ox. Enjoy a picturesque hike, ride a gondola that gives you a bird’s-eye view of the redwoods, and see breathtaking mountains, forests, and ocean vistas.

Third Stop

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Lassen Volcanic National Park Provides a wealth of fun activities that are as varied as the seasons of the park. Enjoy breathtaking vistas, hiking trails, a scenic drive and a must stop including Sulphur Works, which showcases an active hydrothermal area.
Fourth Stop


California’s Capitol City offers a wide range of undeniable attractions to please every member of your family. Walk through Old Sacramento, tour the Governor’s Mansion, and visit the surrounding park. Take a stroll along the Shorewood Harbor Marina, or better yet, take advantage of their watercraft rentals and experience the water for yourself. Need something for the little ones – check out the Sacramento Zoo or visit Fairytale Town, a land far away and full of imagination. Longing for a little more excitement? Go whitewater rafting on the Sacramento River or bring out the night owl in you as you explore some of the nightlife Sacramento has to offer. If a symphony concert is more your style of evening entertainment, visit the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra, they have evening concerts from September through May.

Fifth Stop


Through the years Columbia has kept much the same appearance as when miners roamed its streets. So Columbia was protected and today thrives as Columbia State Historic Park. The town’s old Gold Rush-era business district has been preserved with shops, restaurants, and two hotels.

Visitors have the chance to time-travel to the 1850s, imagining life when gold miners rubbed shoulders with businessmen and the other residents of Columbia. Visitors can experience a bygone era by watching proprietors in period clothing conduct business in the style of yesterday. There are opportunities to ride a 100-year-old stagecoach, pan for gold, and explore the real working businesses of Columbia.

Sixth Stop

Yosemite National Park

On the way to Yosemite, stop at Bodie State Park and see an original ghost town from the late 1800s. Bodie stands today in a state of “arrested decay”. So coined by the State of California when they took over the town in 1962 to make it a State Historic Park.

“Incredible” is the word that comes to mind the first time you visit Yosemite. Wildlife, ancient trees, mountain waterfalls—this great wilderness calls RV campers back again and again. You will experience why Yosemite National Park is one of the most-visited National Parks in the US.

Yosemite Valley is most familiar to Yosemite National Park visitors, the Valley is home to Yosemite Falls, the highest waterfall in North America, as well as Bridalveil, Sentinel, and Ribbon Falls, just to name a few. Not to be outdone by the Falls for scenic beauty are stunning rock formations such as El Capitan, Half Dome, and the Royal Arches.

Seventh Stop

Morro Bay

Morro Bay is a working fishing village. Its famous landmark, Morro Rock, was named by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo when he first charted this coast during his 16th Century voyage of discovery. The town is a pleasant tourist destination which has very mild weather all year long. There is no such thing as traffic in Morro Bay, unless, of course, you count birds, sea mammals, and fish!
Eight Stop


Monterey is beautifully situated on Monterey Bay and highlights everything that’s best about California. From the marvelously well-equipped aquarium to seaside restaurants to hillside vineyards, perfectly groomed golf courses, old-fashioned rodeos to elite music and art festivals, Monterey has a feast of fun just waiting to be sampled. Monterey offers memorable California experiences.

Experience the top road trip in the United States as you wind along the breathtaking Big Sur coastline on Highway One. Sip handcrafted wines at tucked-away tasting rooms where the winemaker might just be the person pouring. Take a surfing lesson and catch a glimpse of a barefoot beach wedding as you ride your board to shore. Play 18 holes at legendary golf courses, or just hang out at the 19th hole and watch the pros practice. Monterey County has a little something special for everyone.

Final Stop

San Francisco

A city designed to be visited. San Francisco is home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks as well as many other cultural and historical sites. There is plenty to see and do in the city by the bay.

Begin your tour of San Francisco at the famed Fisherman’s Wharf. Here visitors can look at one of the country’s best-preserved historical downtowns. The best part of this attraction is that it is absolutely free. Move on to Ghirardelli Square, home to some of the world’s best chocolate. Treat yourself to a decadent sundae at the Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop. Visit the infamous prison, Alcatraz. Walk down America’s most crooked street, Lombard Street. From the top of the street snap some photos of the great view.

Explore San Francisco’s famed China Town and dine at one of the hundreds of restaurants located there. Drive or walk across the famous San Francisco landmark, the Golden Gate Bridge, with breathtaking views of San Francisco.

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