Enjoy surf, sand, mountains and desert while camping in California

 

Marina, California
Marina is located on the beautiful Monterey Bay on central California's coast. The city enjoys a warm, Mediterranean climate and maintains year–round temperatures from 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This beach town provides many things to do just by walking on the beach. You can enjoy sunsets, watch surfers, spot whales and dolphins, and see hang gliders float off of the Marina Dunes. Plus, visit RV parks in California next time you are planning your California beach RV camping experience.

Beginning in the spring months, thousands of gray whales migrate through the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.  Take a whale watching trip that is sure to be fun for the whole family! Camping in California is an adventurous experience unlike any other. 

Southern California Camping
See the sights and sounds in the metropolitan cities of Los Angeles and San Diego where you can shop ‘til you drop, visit historic museums, and eat at top-rated restaurants. Inland, Southern California camping immerses you in the diverse landscape of places like Anza Borrego or the Mohave Desert. Although Palm Springs is also in the desert, you’ll be far from parched when you pull out your clubs and hit the lush greens of a Palm Springs or Palm Desert golf course or make an appointment at one of the many luxurious spas.

Drive west as far as you can go and you’ll discover California beach RV camping. The dramatic coastlines, great surf, abundant shore birds and sea creatures add to the ambiance of an unforgettable experience camping in California. You can choose secluded California beach RV camping, or pick a beach scene with more of an urban feel.

Northern California Camping
Northern California camping can be a priceless experience. The mountains provide year-round extreme sports. Occasionally, the slopes stay open through Memorial Day. While camping in California, test your muscles hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing. Take time to relax beside one of the many mountain lakes and rushing rivers that are also perfect for fishing or water sports.

A leisurely drive through the majestic giant redwoods down into the wine country of Napa Valley is a wonderful “appetizer” before winding your way into the San Francisco Bay Area. Explore Marin’s Headlands, Berkeley’s free spirit, or make reservations at one of the city’s world-renown five-star restaurants. Northern California camping doesn’t get much better than this.