RV rental in Sacramento offers easy driving due to the city's wide, flat terrain. You can explore where the Gold Rush got its start by selecting the perfect class of RV for your travel group. A Class A motorhome provides the ultimate in spacious comfort with a length between 21 to over 40 feet. Full-size amenities in the bedroom and kitchen make this home away from home the most high-end RV option. If you choose a spacious Class A, however, prepare for a rate of 6 to 8 miles per gallon of gas.
Among the motorhome rentals that Sacramento offers is the Class C. At 20 to 38 feet in length, this option offers the driveability of a large truck. Its amenities are on a smaller scale than a Class A and in general, the shorter the RV, the higher the gas mileage. Class C RVs often supply overhead sleeping space and some full-size features. Plenty of onboard storage completes the appeal of a Class C.
Towable camper rentals in Sacramento include fifth wheels and travel trailers. The ever-popular pop-up camper rental in Sacramento, for example, contains full kitchen amenities such as a microwave, refrigerator, sink, portable electric stove and a 10-gallon tank for freshwater.
Sacramento's RV campgrounds live up to the reputation of Sacramento having the largest tree canopy in the US. Pulling into a shady campground remains a premier part of a vacation day, and Stillman RV Park with its full hookups and 24-hour security makes the day end on a high note. Laundry facilities and free Wi-Fi combine with a pool, barbecue and picnic areas for a perfect spot to rest and refresh. Another option is Cal Expo RV Park, which offers free Wi-Fi, a dog park, trails, and laundry.
Joshua Tree National Park lies a hop, skip and a jump to the south of Sacramento. Remote and stunning, the park spreads over 1,200 square miles where the Mojave and Colorado Deserts shake hands. Cactus and yucca plants dot the surreal landscape of sand and rugged rock formations.
Be prepared for hot desert days and chilly desert nights. The views of the Little San Bernardino Mountains and the star-filled nights are something everyone will love. As with many popular national parks, checking ahead for reservations if needed is something that every savvy traveler does before pulling out on the road.
Flat Sacramento land means that storing your vehicle is easy in the right facility. Security and safety for your make and model of RV take first place in your need for peace of mind. You'll find the optimal facility within a short distance of Sacramento. Some of the RV storage spots in or near the city include River City Indoor RV & Boat Storage, Desert Mountain RV Storage and Allstar Self Storage.
Here are some available dumpstations located in or nearby Sacramento:
• Beal's Point Campground at Folsom Lake Recreation Area
• Cruise America / Pastor Auto Care in Citrus Heights
• Rancho Seco Recreational Area
• Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza
California is filled with great RV trips that you can plan. Glorious shoreline, rivers ripe for rafting and fishing, mountains to inspire and deserts to explore are what await you when you travel along Route 1 to Santa Cruz. This ocean town's boardwalk showcases the Giant Dipper roller coaster that opened in 1924.
At the meeting point of the American and Sacramento Rivers, Sacramento as the state capital enables visitors to enjoy natural beauty right inside the town. History comes alive in the form of paddlewheel boats that are transformed into floating restaurants. For socializing and some nightlife, the city's comedy clubs, such as Punchline-Sacramento and Sacramento Comedy Spot, and jazz night spots, such as The Torch Club, fill a vacation with happy memories.
Since business and entertainment converge in downtown Sacramento's Golden 1 Center, it's the natural place to plan to park your RV. At this venue, you can experience a concert from your favorite band or see the Sacramento Kings show off their NBA basketball magic.
Sacramento lies in the middle of the state with easy freeway access to US Interstate I-5 and California State Route 99. Route 99 heads south a short distance east from I-5, which takes a direct route and features rest stops and large tourist restaurants such as Andersen's in Santa Nella. Andersen's offers a superb and nourishing pea soup as its anchor menu selection, and it tempts travelers with a full-course menu, too.
Head west on I-80 to visit San Francisco and the Bay Area for a refreshing sea breeze.