Malibu: Malibu Beach RV Park and Campground
Malibu is a dream beach holiday destination. With frequent celebrity sightings, miles of beaches and coastline and a sun-drenched climate, Malibu is the best Los Angeles County has to offer. While staying in the area is typically very expensive, an RV can provide an economical way of spending time here. The Malibu Beach RV Park and Campgrounds is located just across the street from Paradise Beach. Amenities include a laundry room, arcade, on-site dump station, showers and private bathrooms, level parking and full hook-ups, Wi-Fi, cable television hookups and a TV lounge, propane service and hot tubs for the adults. Reservations are highly recommended during the summer season (Memorial Day through Labor Day). The Beach Park is pet friendly.
Malibu Beach RV Park and Campground
25801 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
(800) 622-6052 or (310) 456-6052
Bay Area: Candlestick RV Park
The bay area of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose is an urban delight captured by the Tony Bennett song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco." Spending time here can lead others to the same fate. Many RV options are available, including the Candlestick RV Park, a luxury, five-star (AAA) RV park. It is centrally located near the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park and Chinatown. Full hookups, cable television, Wi-Fi, showers and private toilets, laundry room, swimming pool, game room and pet walking area round out the park's offerings. Reservations are recommended, especially during summer or during 49ers football weekends.
Candlestick RV Park
650 Gilman Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94124
(800) 888-2267 or (415) 822-2299
Sequoia National Park: Lemon Cove Sequoia Campground
A trip to California should include a foray to see the giant sequoia and redwood trees of Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks. The trees are otherworldly in the size and grandeur and leave even the most jaded visitor in awe. The Lemon Cove Sequoia RV Park and Campground is located near the entrance to Sequoia National Park just outside Visalia, California. The sites are large, and many can accommodate 40-foot RVs with slid-outs. Full hookups, level sites with shady trees, cable television, dump station, picnic tables and areas, hot showers, playground and game rooms, propane service and a small convenience store give guests all the needed amenities. Pets are welcome, and there are several small areas for them to play off leashes.
Lemon Cove Sequoia RV Park and Campground
32075 Sierra Drive (Hwy 198)
Lemon Cove, CA 93244