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2019 Forest River Cherokee 264CK Instant Book
$125

2019 Forest River Cherokee 264CK

38.5 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 9
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2017 Keystone hideout Instant Book
$110

2017 Keystone hideout

38.0 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 8
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2012 Winnebago Chalet 24v Instant Book
$165

2012 Winnebago Chalet 24v

11.2 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 5
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2009 Four Winds 5000 Instant Book
$160

2009 Four Winds 5000

7.5 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2010 Ford Chateau Instant Book
$160

2010 Ford Chateau

13.1 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2015 RPod RP 182G Instant Book
$85

2015 RPod RP 182G

39.2 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 4
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2009 Skyline Weekender Instant Book
$70

2009 Skyline Weekender

56.0 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 4
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2016 Perkgana Hedgehog Teardrop Instant Book
$70

2016 Perkgana Hedgehog Teardrop

28.4 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 2
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2006 Fleetwood Q26 Instant Book
$150

2006 Fleetwood Q26

49.3 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 4
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2018 T@G MAX Teardrop Trailer Instant Book
$99

2018 T@G MAX Teardrop Trailer

43.2 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 2
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2007 Cougar Keystone
$100

2007 Cougar Keystone

54.1 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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2016 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Coachmen Galleria 24SQ Instant Book
$299

2016 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Coachmen Galleria 24SQ

52.8 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass B Camping Van / Sleeps 4
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2018 Mercedes Benz Turbo Diesel Coachmen Prism-  Enjoy 19 MPG!  RV 4 Instant Book
$235

2018 Mercedes Benz Turbo Diesel Coachmen Prism- Enjoy 19 MPG! RV 4

44.9 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2006 FOREST RIVER LEXINGTON Instant Book
$130

2006 FOREST RIVER LEXINGTON

41.3 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2017 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 27Q (43332) Instant Book
$130

2017 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 27Q (43332)

43.8 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2018 Thor Four Winds 23U Instant Book
$130

2018 Thor Four Winds 23U

43.8 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2017 Forest River Forester
$239

2017 Forest River Forester

34.5 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 5
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2017 Keystone Bullet 277BHSWE (bunkhouse) Instant Book
$120

2017 Keystone Bullet 277BHSWE (bunkhouse)

0.3 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 8
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2017 Jayco Baha edition Instant Book
$135

2017 Jayco Baha edition

12.0 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 5
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2016 Apex 3200 Instant Book
$125

2016 Apex 3200

67.6 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 8
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2017 Forest River Wildwood XLite Instant Book
$130

2017 Forest River Wildwood XLite

67.4 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 9
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2014 MIGHTY LITE
$90

2014 MIGHTY LITE

57.8 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 3
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2009 Jayco Jay Flight
$115

2009 Jayco Jay Flight

4.4 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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2017 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 27Q (35936) Instant Book
$130

2017 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 27Q (35936)

43.8 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 6
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2015 Allegro Open Road Bunkhouse
$369

2015 Allegro Open Road Bunkhouse

11.2 miles from Santa Clara, CAClass A Motor Home / Sleeps 7
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2011 JAYCO JAYFLIGHT 26BH
$110

2011 JAYCO JAYFLIGHT 26BH

57.8 miles from Santa Clara, CATravel Trailer / Sleeps 9
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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Santa Clara, CA

Santa Clara, California

Santa Clara is a city named after the Spanish Mission that took place in 1777. It was in 1852 that on the grounds of the fundamental mission, Santa Clara College was set up. Santa Clara was commissioned as a town in 1852 and became state-chartered in 1862.

The economy of the state for the next century focused on agriculture because orchards and vegetables flourished in the rich soil. By the start of the 20th century, the civilization of the state reached 5,000 and remained static for many years. One of the vital disparities is the assortment of the local population, courtesy the technology boom on the 1970s-1990s. Another aspect that makes the city a cultural blend are specialty markets offering native ingredients from all across the world with popular Indian and East Asian restaurants. You're going to love your stay here in an RV rental Santa Clara CA!
 

Popular Tourist Attractions

Levi’s Stadium Tours

The conventional touring starts at the upper level of the Intel Plaza giving a perfect opportunity to capture photos in front of a playing ground. You will halt at numerous places including finest club spaces, The Verizon Press Level and the NRG Solar Terrace. You would also get a chance to check out the locker rooms including the famous Gold Rush Locker Room.
 
What makes the stadium worth visiting is the ultimate fan experience integrating innovation and technology. Ranging from the playing field to the rooftop, check out how the place is the smartest and greenest of all NFL. Also, don’t miss on the opportunity to experience the VIP behavior with a personal stadium tour for a group of 20 that stands to be an ideal location for hosting birthday bashes or any other event.  

Winchester Mystery House

A gorgeous Victorian mansion built by the Winchester heiress, the house comprises of 160 rooms, 10,000 windows, 950 doors, 52 skylights, 47 fireplaces, 40 bedrooms, 40 staircases, 17 chimneys, 3 elevators, 2 ballrooms and 2 basements.
 
The visitors are offered with a 65 minutes guided tours from Sarah’s huge ballroom to her personal Séance chambers to basement, outbuildings and grounds. You will be left fascinated by the astounding amount of creativity, energy and price involved in keeping the hammers pounding 24/7 since the past 38 years. 
 
Also offered is the mansion tour, a window designed on the floor, staircase that leads to nowhere, a chimney rising four floors and then stops at 1.5 feet from the ceiling, doors opening to blank walls and more.

Our Lady of Peace Church

A place of prayer and pilgrimage, Our Lady of Peach is a church and shrine committed to the almighty god and salvation of souls. The place is devoted to the everlasting esteem of the Jesus in the holy sacrament, devotion towards the Blessed Virgin Mary and regular celebration of the sacraments especially the Eucharist and reconciliation. The serene and peaceful place maintains the rich tradition of the Roman Catholic Church. Numerous people have been seeking inspiration, comfort and peace by looking at the Shrine of Blessed Mother.   
 

Campgrounds Near Santa Clara

Coyote Lake Harvey Bear Ranch Park

Spread over a 4,595-acre regional recreation area, the ranch is located in the east hills of Gilroy, CA and features a 635-acre lake for fishing and boating. One of the chief attractions of the Coyote Lake is an abundant population of Black Bass along with Bluegill, Black Crappie and Eurasian Carp. Coyote Bear is a habitat to numerous species including birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects and mammals. The park is also home to pond turtle, California Tiger Salamander and Bay Checkerspot Butterfly. While camping, one can be assured to come across with black tailed deer and turkeys. Experience an adrenaline rush after seeing mountain lions in the park’s hinterlands.   

Mt. Madonna County Park

Visitors are given an opportunity to reserve campsites flourishing throughout four campgrounds. The guests can also receive barbecue pit, food locker and picnic table. Visitors can also get yurts but only after reservation. The domed tent like structures are available in diverse sizes ranging from 16`, 20` and 24` along with bunk beds with mattresses and wrap around deck. Hikers get a chance to explore 14-mile trail system and enjoy group picnics, camping and youth camping. Bowmen also get a chance to practice archery skills at the stunning archery range.

Uvas Canyon County Park

The park offers campers six miles of hiking trails covering one-mile waterfall Loop travelling along Swanson Creek. The black oak group picnic area is open for reservation for a group of 75 people. The campground comes with twenty-five personal campsites and showers upon reservation.   
 

Events

Farmers Market - Open All Year Round!

Operational all year around, the famous activity takes place at the Jackson Street between Benton and Homestead. A certified market, the participants can sell food items that they have produced themselves. The farmer can sell only a particular crop listed and grown by him because of the “Growers Certificate” hanging at his stand and issued by the County Agriculture Commissioner.

"Keep, Care and Collect On" - de Saisset Museum

The de Saisset Museum was set up in 1955 with an extensive space and a collection donated by the de Saisset family. The museum’s collection in the gallery has grown substantially over the last sixty years with the vault housing more than 11.500 items.  

"Brian Wall: Squaring the Circle" - de Saisset Museum

The museum encircles the work by the English born, Bay area sculptor Brian Wall. With sixty years of dedicated work with steel, he has come up with compelling, huge and abstract sculptures. His works are far from simple even though they are created from simple forms. His works are at the risk of launching into motion at any point, thanks to the composition of numerous parts welded together and skillfully balancing at a single point.   
 
Santa Clara is the perfect vacation spot for those looking to getaway and enjoy some beautiful weather and world class attractions.
 
Safe travels from everyone here at RVshare in your RV rental Santa Clara!