A Guide to California's Top State Parks.

1. Humboldt Redwoods State Park Nestled in Northern California, Humboldt Redwoods State Park is a sanctuary for towering giants, home to some of the world's tallest trees. The Avenue of the Giants, a scenic drive through ancient redwoods, immerses visitors in the awe-inspiring grandeur of nature. RV campers can find solace in the Albee Creek Campground, surrounded by the majestic redwoods, providing a serene and captivating experience.
2. Anza-Borrego Desert State Park Southern California's Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a mesmerizing expanse of desert beauty. RV campers can revel in the stark landscapes, blooming wildflowers, and surreal sunsets. The park's vast camping areas cater to a range of preferences, from developed campgrounds with amenities to primitive sites for those seeking a more immersive desert experience.
3. Crystal Cove State Park Southern California's coastal allure is embodied in Crystal Cove State Park. With its picturesque beaches, tide pools, and historic cottages, the park captures the essence of a bygone era. RV camping at the Moro Campground allows visitors to wake up to the sound of waves, explore miles of pristine coastline, and witness breathtaking sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
4. Big Basin Redwoods State Park Nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Big Basin Redwoods State Park stands as California's oldest state park and a testament to the awe-inspiring grandeur of ancient redwoods. RV campers can embark on a journey through lush forests, marvel at towering trees like the famous Father of the Forest, and explore captivating waterfalls along scenic trails. The park's campgrounds, like Sempervirens, offer a serene escape into nature, allowing visitors to bask in the tranquillity of the redwood groves and experience the magic of this natural wonderland.
5. Malibu Creek State Park For a nature escape just outside Los Angeles, Malibu Creek State Park beckons with its diverse landscapes, including oak woodlands, grassy fields, and rugged mountains. RV campers can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and bird watching. The park gained fame as a filming location for numerous movies and TV shows. The Malibu Creek Campground offers RV-friendly sites, providing a gateway to the park's scenic beauty and opportunities for adventure amidst the stunning backdrop of the Santa Monica Mountains.  


Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 12/04/2024

A Guide to California's Top State Parks.

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