San Mateo is a city in San Mateo County, California, which offers a great location for a new adventure. With its great neighborhoods and schools, outstanding libraries and parks, they also offer the best shopping and restaurants in the peninsula. Visit this city and make the most of what it can offer in an RV rental San Mateo CA!
The Japanese Tea Garden is one of the finest tea gardens in California and was designed by landscape architect, Nagao Sakurai of the Imperial Palace of Tokyo. It features a granite pagoda, teahouse, koi pond and bamboo grove. The Japanese Tea Garden is beautiful throughout the year, but be sure to visit in the late Winter and early Spring when the cherry blossoms are in bloom.
Coyote Point is a regional recreation area that provides a wide variety of opportunities: picnicking, swimming, windsurfing, bicycling, jogging, fishing, boating, and sailing. Kids will love the giant, castle-and-dragon-themed Magic Mountain Playground. Spectacular natural history exhibits of the Bay Area can be found at CuriOdyssey, where you can observe and listen to live animals at the Wildlife Habitats. Stroll along the beach promenade, visit the marina and its breakwater, or explore the saltwater marsh. See shorebirds, colorful boats, windsurfers, and planes from the San Francisco International Airport.
Sawyer Camp Trail is a popular six-mile trail located in the San Andreas Fault rift valley in San Mateo County, California near Hillsborough and the San Mateo Highlands. Approximately 300,000 people use the trail every year. It provides excellent views of San Francisco Peninsula’s Crystal Springs Watershed. The trail is managed by San Mateo County and totally surfaced in asphalt. There is considerable biodiversity along the trail due to the variation in habitat and the presence of serpentine soils. In particular the plant communities of Northern coastal scrub, grassland and California oak woodland are present.
San Mateo Campground (within San Onofre State Beach) lies a short distance inland from the 3.5-miles of sandy beaches within San Onofre State Beach. A 1.5-mile Nature Trail connects the campground to Trestles Beach, a world-class surfing site. San Mateo Creek flows just east of the campground outward towards the ocean creating key riparian and wetland habitats which host some rare and even endangered species. All campsites include a fire pit and picnic table. Hookup sites are available with electricity and water. Other amenities include a dump-station, hot indoor showers, and flush toilets.
Each year, thousands of Bay Area residents discover the delights of Rob Hill Campground, the only overnight campsite in San Francisco. Rob Hill is a hidden treasure, located at the Presidio’s highest point above Baker Beach amid a beautiful eucalyptus grove. The campsite welcomes groups of all kinds and is also home to the Camping at the Presidio program, which provides youth with meaningful outdoor experiences. Rob Hill Campground offers two public group campsites that can accommodate 30 people each, restrooms, and a large stone campfire circle. It was expanded and improved in 2010 with support from the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund. “Rob Hill Campground is a place where children and families have the opportunity to pitch a tent in their national park, enjoy s’mores cooked over a campfire, and wake up in the woods to the sounds of nature,” said Walter J. Haas, Chair of the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund and son of its founders.
Parkway Lakes Morgan Hill RV Park has been a part of this community since 1986 and is an all-age community. Residing at Parkway Lakes Morgan Hill RV Park you’ll live near the prestigious Coyote Creek County Park, which is known for their fishing lakes, hiking trails, and wildlife. Also within an hour’s drive you can drive into San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Monterey, The renowned Santa Cruz Boardwalk, and wineries. Parkway Lakes Morgan Hill RV Park residents receive quality management from our professional and friendly on-site management team. We offer affordable monthly rates for month-to- month RV stays in our friendly community. Our park is beautifully dotted with lots of shade trees.
Get ready for a weekend of non-stop holiday shopping, entertainment and family fun as the largest indoor arts and crafts shows on the West Coast return to the Peninsula. Throughout the day enjoy live stage entertainment with the return of festival favorite Tom Rigney & Flambeau and Scotty and Trink and strolling performers who wander the aisles to entertain as you shop. If you’re here during this time of the year when you rent RV San Mateo, the Harvest Festival is a must!
The San Mateo County Fair had a humble beginning. Originally called the ‘Little Flower Show’ in 1926, this community event was held in various schools around San Mateo County by the Burlingame Garden and Flower Club. Finally, in 1935, during a Fair revitalization period, the show was brought to its new home by the Bay Meadows Racetrack where it currently resides. While the name of the show has been changed from ‘Little Flower Show’ to ‘San Mateo County Products & Floral Fiesta’ to ‘San Mateo County Fair’, the land itself underwent renovation as well and now has 8 buildings used almost every weekend of the year by the San Mateo County Event Center.
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