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Discover Modesto, CA


Modesto is a fast-growing city situated in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley in central California, within driving distance of San Francisco and Sacramento. The city sits between the Pacific Ocean and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, on the edge of the historically famous Gold Country. Known for its mild climate and fertile soil, Stanislaus County produces a number of nuts, fruits, wine, and dairy. Modesto proudly exhibits their homegrown produce from May to November at their weekly farmers market.


This Californian city makes a convenient base for an RV rental in Stanislaus County. Aside from its close connections to Oakland and the Bay Area, Modesto is also just a hopping distance from many natural parks, geological attractions, and lakes popular for water sports. Meanwhile, the city center offers a mixture of art galleries, museums, urban recreation areas, and amusement parks.


The Great Outdoors


The highlight of a luxury RV rental in Modesto will certainly be a visit to the Yosemite National Park. Protected since 1864, the park offers hundreds of miles of trails to be explored by bike, horseback, or on foot, and acres of untamed wilderness to delve into. The park is best known for its waterfalls but it is also home to stunning alpine lakes, granite rock faces, lush valleys, wildlife-rich forests, and beautiful meadows. When you book an RV in Modesto, CA, you can take the 39-mile scenic drive on the Tioga Road. Open from spring to autumn, the route traverses the park, connecting the western Big Oak Flat Entrance with the eastern Tioga Pass Entrance. The park has four official entrances, accessible via Highway 140, 41, 132, 395, or 120. The closest entrance to Modesto is the eastern entrance, 85 miles away via Highway 120. Usually, all areas of Yosemite National Park are accessible in May and June. Camping is possible within the park but visitors must have a free backcountry permit to stay overnight. During the winter season parts of the park are open for cross-country skiing but certain high-elevation roads will remain closed.


Although many people look for a motorhome rental in Modesto, CA to visit the Yosemite National Park and to bath at sunny Bay Area beaches, there is actually an abundance of state parks surrounding Modesto. One of the most popular is the Pinnacles National Park. Its stunning and diverse landscape was largely formed by volcanic eruptions. The park offers excellent climbing opportunities in deep canyons, trekking in oak forests, and the chance to spot golden eagles in their natural environment. Alternatively, you can take Highway 4 to the Stanislaus National Park and walk the Osborn Ridge Trail. The well-marked hiking route begins two miles from the Silvertip Campground and takes a route to Emigrant via Osborne Point where all your physical efforts are rewarded with a panoramic view towards Lake Alpine.


Not too far from Modesto are the Don Pedro and New Melones Lakes. Technically man-made reservoirs, these large bodies of water are framed with a picturesque background of oak forest and canyon cliffs. They offer scenic excursions from the urban city center as well as a variety of water sports including water skiing, swimming, paddling, and boating. Meanwhile, their shores are dotted with campsites and laced with walking and mountain biking trails. If you feel like spending a night or two on the water, you can lock up the Modesto RV rental and enjoy comfortable accommodations on a floating houseboat rental.


RV Parks


There aren’t a lot of options when it comes to RV parks in the city of Modesto. There are a couple parks that offer long-term site rentals but if you’re not planning to stay for more than a month, your best bet is to broaden your search to some of the surrounding cities and state parks.


Caswell Memorial State Park, about 11 miles northwest of Modesto, doesn’t offer a full menu of amenities, but it does provide hookups, restrooms and showers, and you can bring your pet.


You can also park the Modesto camper rental at the Modesto Reservoir Regional Park. There are campsites with full hookups on the east and south side. The park also offers restrooms, barbeque facilities, and picnic areas, as well as direct access to the reservoir for swimming, boating, or birdwatching.


Exploring the City


Modesto offers a mixture of modern facilities and old-fashioned hospitality. The city was the inspiration for the movie American Graffiti and the birthplace of its co-writer and director, George Lucas. Each June, the city hosts Graffiti Summer during which visitors can enjoy anything from concerts to street fairs and classic car shows to showings of their beloved movie. It’s also common for local residents to dress up in 60’s fashion and hear hits by The Beach Boys, Little Richard, and other 60’s stars drifting through Modesto’s streets. There’s plenty to see throughout the year, too. Rent an RV near Modesto and take a scenic drive through the surrounding orchards which are in full bloom during early spring and under harvest throughout the summertime. In September, Modesto hosts the annual International Architecture Festival and in October, the International Heritage Festival takes place.


When there are no special events visitors can wander through Modesto’s downtown. Some of the most visited attractions in the area are the Modesto Art Gallery, the Gallo Center for the Arts, the Mchenry Museum, George Lucas Plaza, Graceada Park, Hoppers Party Zone, and the Camelot Family Amusement Park. Nearby, the town of Oakdale has the Hershey's Chocolate Visitors Center and the Oakdale Cowboy Museum. There are also a number of tour agencies operating within Modesto, which offer full-day whitewater rafting trips on the Carson River, the Tuolumne River, and Stanislaus Canyon, or off-road ATV adventures at the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area.

RV Rentals in Modesto, CA

Modesto, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Modesto. Outdoorsy's Modesto RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Modesto are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods National Monument, and Sequoia National Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail Curry Village California
Hidden Falls Trail Auburn California
Lands End Trail San Francisco California
Palomarin Trailhead to Alamere Falls Trail Bolinas California
Clementine Trail to Clark's Pool Auburn California
Dipsea Steep Ravine Matt Davis Loop Trail Stinson Beach California
Half Dome Trail Mariposa California
Castle Rock and Goat Rock Trail Los Gatos California
Mission Peak Loop from Stanford Avenue Staging Area Fremont California
Upper Yosemite Falls Trail Mariposa California

Nearby Campgrounds

Del Valle

campground Livermore, CA
The country south of Livermore in northern California is a wonderful place for outdoor activities, and if you enjoy spending time by the water, then parking up in Del Valle Regional Park may well be of interest. The campground here has space for around 150 units, offers big rig access and pull-thru sites, whilst electric hook-up, water and sewer facilities are available for around 20 units. Tents campers are also welcome, and the site is pet friendly and family friendly. Del Valle Lake is the heart of Del Valle Regional Park. It is about five miles long, and has two swimming beaches, with lifeguards posted at designated times. The park is also ideal for a number of other activities, including hiking, horseback riding, windsurfing and boating. Campfires are hosted by the park?s naturalists in high season, and make for a wonderful way to spend a warm evening, before retiring to your RV.

Flag City Resort

campground Lodi, CA
Tucked into San Joaquin Valley near Lodi, is the Flag City RV Resort. This is the perfect resort for the big boy RV?s with roomy sites on offer. Each site comes equipped with water and sewer, amp electric, direct TV, and site wide WIFI. A picnic area in each site ensures comfort and privacy for dining and relaxing. There is a total of 180 full hook-up sites, with 136 pull through available. Each site has a cement pad for your RV. Also onsite is a swimming pool, heated spa, clubhouse, library and convenience store. This park is wonderfully peaceful, and is the perfect spot to take the family for a trip. With 24-hour surveillance, your safety and security are very important to the staff here. Aside from the top notch facilities, there are also some wonderful attractions nearby such as the many vineyards in Lodi Country.

Thousand Trails - Turtle Beach Fish Camp

campground Manteca, CA
When looking for the ideal RV campground for a weekend of fishing and relaxation in the greater San Francisco Bay area, the Thousand Trails Turtle Beach Fish Camp in Manteca, California, should be right at the top of the list. Situated on the banks of the San Joaquin River, Turtle Beach Fish Camp is a peaceful, scenic retreat for any family or individual wanting to get their piece of the great outdoors. Offering RV sites with full hook ups and shady tented camping areas close to the river, Turtle Beach Fish Camp is a great place to relax on the sand at the water's edge, or enjoy fishing and boating on the river. The RV sites are nicely spaced with green grass in between, and a picnic table for each site. Set in the heart of California?s beautiful Modesto region, Turtle Beach Fish Camp has great access to local amenities and attractions in nearby Manteca, Modesto and Stockton.

Riverpoint Landing Marina & Resort

campground Stockton, CA
Riverpoint Landing Marina & Resort in Stockton, California is a great place to vacation. This is a fine resort for an overnight stay or as a headquarters for an extended stay in the fabulous Delta. The park has 32 sites in a comfortable setting with great amenities. Most of the sites are along the Stockton Deepwater Channel. The sites have excellent views of the activity on this waterway. People are fishing and water skiing in usually fine weather. Residents will also see the freighters traveling from the local port to the ocean. Magnificent sunsets over Mt. Diablo are often a treat for the residents of the park. All of the sites have water and 30 or 50 amp electricity. The dump station is available to empty holding tanks. Showers, ice facilities, and the laundry room are conveniently located. Weekday stays are a specialty of the park. Campers will be happy with easy access to Interstate 5, the downtown waterfront, and the University of the Pacific.

Hannah Nicole Vineyards and Winery

attraction Brentwood, CA
Hannah Nicole Vineyards and Winery is a fun outing in Brentwood, California. The staff at the facilities are experts in growing grapes and producing fine wines. They are ready to take guests on a great tour of all of their facilities. In the wine tasting rooms, guests will have the chance to sample five wines from their menu. Individuals and groups of two to seven people do not need an appointment. Groups of eight or more should call or email to make a reservation. Guests on one of the tours often receive special prices on the wine. This location is also a great place for a picnic in a peaceful setting. Guests can bring a group to the Diablo Gazebo with a bottle of Hannah Nicole Wine and their picnic foods. The staff at the winery is ready to help plan special events such as weddings or birthday parties in their beautiful facilities.

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