RV Parks in Concord, California

RV Parks in Concord, California
Concord, California, is a scenic mid-sized bedroom city to San Francisco and San Jose. Settled as Todos Santos by Salvio Pacheco in 1869, the town soon changed its name to Concord. Touring the region by RV is a wonderful way of enjoying the charms and sites of Concord and its environs. When touring the area by RV, there are many good options for RV parks and campgrounds to rest your traveling bones.

Orwood Resort

Just a few miles away from downtown Concord and on the shores of the Victoria Canal, the Orwood RV Park and Resort offers visitors all the hookups and typical amenities found at RV parks with the added benefit of a full marina, water skiing and wake boarding on site. Hikers will enjoy close access to the nearby Birm Trail, a lovely 2-mile hike. Sites for RVs include electric, water, sewer and television hookups. Wi-Fi is available for guests and access to the laundry, shower, toilets, barbecue stations, pet walk and club house is all included with the site fee. Guests can take advantage of the water recreation at the marina with no driving or hassle of extra parking.

Orwood Resort
4451 Orwood Road
Brentwood, CA 94513
(925) 634-7181

Sugar Barge Resort and RV Park

The Sugar Barge RV Park and Resort is a few miles from downtown Concord and is a great base camp to explore the area. The marina offers boat rentals for exploring, water skiing or fishing in the Delta region. Electric hookups, water, sewer, cable television and Wi-Fi are available at the RV sites. A recreation room with a full kitchen, laundry room, hot showers and private toilets, horseshoe pits, barbecue stations, propane service and RV/boat storage are on site for guest use. Pets are allowed but should be on leashes while at the park. Credit cards are accepted and reservations are recommended during the summer season between Memorial and Labor Day.

Sugar Barge Resort
1440 Sugar Barge Road
Bethel Island, CA 94511
(925) 684-9075

Mount Diablo State Park

For those seeking a more primitive camp setting in the Concord area, the Mount Diablo State Park can fit the bill. Managed as part of the California State Park system, Mount Diablo campground is open seasonally between April and October. Hikers can enjoy a hike to the 3,849 foot summit of Mount Diablo while staying at the park. There are only five designated camping sites for RVs and those wishing to stay have access to availability on the first of each month to make reservations. Mount Diablo does not have sewer or electric hookups, and water is only from shared spigots. RV guests will need to use generators and their own gray water containment systems while staying at Mount Diablo. Hiking and backcountry opportunities are many in this area, and guests are reminded that this is bear country, so keep food locked according to bear safety protocol. Pets are allowed but must be leashed while in the park and hiking the trails. Reservations can be made at reservationsamerica.com

Mount Diablo State Park
P.O. Box 346
Walnut Creek, CA 94597-0346
(925) 927-7222
(800) 444-7275

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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