California RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in California

From hot springs and beautiful resorts to desert adventures and exciting tourist attractions, California is abounding with opportunities for RVers. RVing in California is a unique experience due to the state's diverse geography, which ranges from sandy beaches to snow-capped mountains. As well, California's pleasant climate and ethnically diverse population make each visit a memorable one.

Group of people in the San Francisco Dungeon attraction.
Northern California

The San Francisco Dungeon offers frightfully exhilarating journey through 200 years of history

The San Francisco Dungeon is a first-of-its-kind attraction for North America, providing a 60-minute, live-action journey through 200 years’ worth of the Bay Area’s most riveting—and sinister—history.

The McCallum Adobe in Palm Springs.
Palm Springs

Where desert landscapes meet celebrated architecture

Take a trip back in time at the McCallum Adobe in Palm Springs, explore other historical neighbourhoods in the area or walk nature's ancient path at the Indian Canyons. 

by Jillian Clark
San Diego's stunning skyline is seen from Cabrillo National Monument at Point Loma.
San Diego

San Diego: The Plymouth Rock of the West

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was the first European to set foot on the West Coast of the United States. Today his voyage is remembered at Point Loma and San Diego Bay.

by Jillian Clark
Entrance to Golden Village Palms Resort, with palm trees lining the road.
Hemet

Golden Village Palms provides escape from cold and snow

California’s largest luxury RV resort is located in Hemet, part of Southern California’s beautiful San Jacinto Valley.

Sand Dunes.
Niland

A mountain turned masterpiece

There are some great walks in and around Niland, California but one of the most unique adventures you could go on is a walk on Salvation Mountain, a mountain that is a beautiful piece of art.

by Karen Kornelsen
Disneyland's Paradise Pier is seen here against the evening sky. Photo courtesy Laura Menard
Anaheim

Top things to see and do in Anaheim

Get your fill of excitement, during your RV trip to beautiful Anaheim, California.

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Sun setting on the Chocolate mountains near Niland CA
Niland

Diner oasis in Niland

The desert air is hot but the AC is cool at the Buckshot Diner in Niland. Learn about the spot to eat in Niland plus a nearby surprise seaside getaway.

by Louis Bockner
Steak medallions and seasonal veggies at the Cheesecake Factory in Anaheim
Anaheim

Family-friendly dining in Anaheim

Many restaurants in Anaheim cater to families, with menu options that don’t bust the budget.

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Jena in awe of mud caves in San Diego County.
RV News

It’s hard to keep up with these Joneses

There's never a dull moment for Glyn, Jena and their daughter Haley as they embrace edu-tourism and adventure.

by Karen Kornelsen
A view of the patio of Pacific Edge overlooking the Pacific ocean.
RV News

A California culinary adventure

Take a culinary tour through California and discover some of the farm-to-table restaurants.

by Ally Carlson

RV-friendly businesses near California