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Discover Sanger, CA
Historic Sanger, California, just 13 miles southeast of Fresno, is a wonderful place to book an RV in Fresno County and explore all the fun that this part of California has to offer. This area is rich in farming and railway history, but there’s more to this area than quaint downtown areas, pretty city parks, and rich, rolling farmland. Search for an RV rental in Sanger and explore this stunning part of California.
Sanger is home to “the Nation’s Christmas Tree”, also known as the General Grant Tree. This giant sequoia tree was designated as the country’s Christmas Tree in 1926. Its close proximity to Fresno and several national parks makes the Sanger area a great place to explore. Here you’ll find beautiful parks and natural experiences, art and history museums and a nice food scene. Hiking, biking and water activities can be enjoyed nearby.
If you want to park your Sanger rental RV, public transportation is available in the Fresno area through the Fresno Area Express and Clovis Transit bus services. Amtrak also connects through Fresno, where you can travel by train to Sacramento, or down the coast to Los Angeles, and points in between. When you rent an RV in Sanger, California, other nearby cities in the area to explore include San Francisco, about three hours away, and Monterey, about two hours down the road. Rustic Oakhurst is just an hour’s drive east, in the rugged Sierra Nevada mountains. The beach town of Morro Bay is just over two hours to the southwest. Enjoy a scenic two-hour drive in the Sanger motorhome rental to the state capital of Sacrament.
The Great Outdoors
Sanger is located with a day’s drive of three amazing national parks, not to mention beautiful ocean vistas and recreation. Kings Canyon National Park is just to the east, Yosemite National Park to the northeast, and Sequoia National Park is just north of Kings Canyon. As you can imagine, all of these parks and their immediate environs can be adventures in and of themselves, offering RV camping, hiking, backpacking, fishing and more. Morro Bay hosts a myriad of water sports activities, including fishing, kayak and paddleboard rentals, rental and charter boats and beautiful coastline. Morro Strand State Beach features fishing, windsurfing, jogging and kite-flying areas.
About 25 miles east of Sanger is Pine Flat Lake. In the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, Pine Flat Lake is home to a full-service marina and offers boating, fishing and water skiing activities. Nearby hiking and mountain biking trails complement RV camping sites and other outdoor services.
The Sanger area is one of the best RV rental spots in the area. With its central location to so many beautiful California sites, you’ll find plenty of services for your travels, including gas and diesel fuel, grocery stores, convenience stores, retail chain stores, RV and camping supply stores and more. It’s easy to travel around the area with the rental RV in Sanger.
RV rentals in Sanger, California are welcome in these parts. Places to stay range from upscale resorts to peaceful accommodations with simple amenities.
The nearby state and national parks all welcome RV rentals. Check on road conditions before heading up the winding mountain roads, though; some spots don’t permit RVs over certain lengths. Most of these RV camping sites offer potable water, bathrooms and/or showers. Some offer full or limited hookups. Almost all have RV dump stations.
For a full comfort experience, take your Sanger RV rental to the Visalia/Sequoia National Park KOA. This family-friendly campground has 50 amp hookups, a camp store, cable TV, WiFi, a seasonal pool, snack bar, dog park and more.
RV camping is also available at nearby Pine Flat Lake and Millerton Lake State Recreation Area. Both offer boating, boat rentals, RV sites with hookups, RV dump stations, hiking trails, horseback riding, fishing, swimming, family programs, geocaching, restrooms and showers, and potable water. They are also both wheelchair accessible.
Exploring the City
The Sanger area in central California is known for its proximity to famous national parks. Plus, within a short distance, usually less than an hour, you’ll have access to museums, zoos, dining experiences and plenty of opportunities to shop.
In Sanger itself, make sure to visit the Sanger Depot Museum. This interesting site features the history of Sanger, particularly its role in the railroads. Nearby Reedley Museum, in the historic town of the same name, explores the history of the area. Big Dry Creek Museum is another history museum in neighboring Clovis. The Meux Home and Kearney Mansion Museums in Fresno offer insight into the history of the elite class in the area, with beautifully restored homes and grounds.
The immediate Fresno area features several great museums including the Fresno Art Museum, The Discovery Center Children’s Museum, Veteran’s Memorial Museum, and the African American Museum which features exhibits on the culture and history of African Americans in the San Joaquin Valley. Arte Americas is the largest Latino Cultural Arts Center in the San Joaquin Valley, and is located in downtown Fresno.
Fresno Chaffee Zoo is a great place to spend the day, and kids love it. The unique Forestiere Underground Gardens are a series of structures built by a Sicilian immigrant over a period of 40 years, from 1906 to 1946. Shinzen Friendship Japanese Gardens features beautiful Asian-inspired landscapes. Another great place for kids of all ages on hot summer days is the Island Waterpark.
Historic downtown Fresno features many shops and restaurants. You can enjoy eateries from great steak houses to seafood, international flavors from Japan, China, Italy, Mexico, Thailand and more. The Saturday morning and Wednesday afternoon Vineyard Farmers Market also takes place downtown, where you’ll find some of the freshest produce in town, farm-raised proteins, local honey and fruit preserves, and much more.
RV Rentals in Sanger, CA
Sanger, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Sanger. Outdoorsy's Sanger RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Sanger are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National Park, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Eaton Canyon Park, and Angeles National Forest.
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Local Hiking Trails
|Moro Rock Trail||Sequoia National Park||California|
|Sentinel Dome Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Vernal and Nevada Falls via the Mist Trail||Curry Village||California|
|Lower Yosemite Falls Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Glacier Point Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Half Dome Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Four Mile Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Mirror Lake Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Upper Yosemite Falls Trail||Mariposa||California|
|Mount Whitney via Mount Whitney Trail||Lone Pine||California|