Nowhere in Central California do you get a better taste of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta than at RiverPoint Landing Mari-Resort. Its south side lies on the Stockton Deepwater Channel, and its northern end gives you a great view of Buckley Cove. At this park, you can sit at your campsite and observe freighters going by, or watch the sun sinking behind Mount Diablo.C
Nearly all the sites at this campground in Stockton, California are by the water, and they are spacious enough for you to open your slide or park a second vehicle. If you want a shaded spot, you can request one when you make your reservation. RiverPoint Landing Mari-Resort is both fenced and gated for your security.
“If you are looking for a clean, well-maintained RV spot this is your spot. The staff at Riverpoint Landing Mari are so friendly and very accommodating. If you’re lucky enough to get a spot on the water you can fish right from your campsite.” – Susie, Yelp Review
If you want to camp with kids, you won’t find a better place for it than at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Camp-Resort. It’s on the California Delta near Stockton in Lodi. The campsites, with their concrete patios, are scattered throughout the park near the different comfort stations.
The activities seem endless at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Camp-Resort in Lodi. A sandy beach has been added near the fishing area where you can cast your line from the pier. While your dog plays in the fenced-in Bark Park, why not start a volleyball game on the sand court?
“…This is a very family oriented park. I would liken the pool noise to an elementary school play yard. It was nice. Kids and their families all just having a good time. No one was obnoxious that we observed. We are planning a family vacation there, especially since we have a boat also. Love the Delta!” – Ja, Trip Advisor Review
The San Joaquin River provides most of the entertainment to the campers at Manteca’s Turtle Beach RV Resort. This location for RV camping near Stockton is often referred to as a fishing camp; many patrons go there for the striper and carp. The park has a fish-cleaning station and boat launch.
You don’t have to spend all your time at the lake during your stay at Turtle Beach RV Resort; you can play billiards or cards in the game room or borrow a book from the library. With campsites that are spacious and shaded, you can relax by your trailer and admire the scenery. Occasiolly, the campers get together for a potluck dinner.
“My boyfriend and I stayed here for one night in our 34 foot, class A motorhome. This is a very cute campground with great views of the river. The beach is wonderful and there is plenty of space in the grassy fields to play games or with your dog. The absolute best thing about our stay was the staff though…” – Da, Google Review
This RV resort sits between Stockton and Manteca along Highway 99. Both long- and short-term campers are welcome to stay here and use the facilities. For dry food and camping supplies, pay a visit to the park’s general store; they’ll also deliver propane to your door.
This trailer park outside Stockton, California has places for your children to play and your dogs to run. In fact, it has separate areas that allow pet owners to keep small and large dogs apart. Other niceties include a fitness center, clubhouse, and restaurant.
“We parked here in anticipation of going into Yosemite NP the next day, but there were things to do in this area too. The Delicato Winery (Gnarly Head + other wines) is within walking distance…” – Carla, Campendium Review
This park is a Stockton-area camping site that is welcoming to big rigs. The concrete pads and paved roads are long and wide; the pads are between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet and each has a picnic table. The entire park is attractive from the well-kept landscaping to the large clubhouse and convenience store.
The convenience of this RV park is not limited to its prime location. Although Flag City RV Resort is near Interstate 5, it’s much more than just a nice place to stop for the night. It offers amenities such as a fenced dog run, a propane station, free coffee and hot cocoa in the office, and a store that sells wine and beer.
“We have stayed there every year, coming and going to and from Mesa where we winter. The only time I missed was when I forgot to reserve a spot. It is easy in and easy out with good access to the I-5. Usually, fuel up at Flying J or Loves at the same exit. Good solid resort and we will continue as before…” – Chuck, RV Park Review
At a county park on the San Joaquin River, you can sit in the shade of the trees for hours and breathe in the fresh air. Dos Reis Regional Park has covered picnic tables at the campsites so that you can be shaded from the sun while you’re eating. This campground is set below a levee, and it’s a beautiful spot for relaxing and reflecting.
In spite of the narrow access road, many RVers can get their big rigs into the Dos Reis Regional Park. Families are especially fond of this San Joaquin County park with its playground and horseshoe pits. Some of the best RV camping near Stockton, California happens right here on West Dos Reis Road.
“This place was very captivating, and we had a very lovely stay here. The staff was very helpful in every way they could and friendly. The sites were spacious and there was a lot of room for my kids to run and play. The amenities were nice as we got all of our necessities we needed. There were fun activities that my entire family found really relaxing…” – Milly, Roverpass Review
This marina and RV Park near Stockton is a favorite among boating and fishing enthusiasts. It’s a popular spot for group camping; lots of families gather here for reunions. If you don’t have a camper, you can rent one at Sugar Barge Resort or through an RV rental website.
You won’t run out of things to do during your stay at Sugar Barge Resort & Marina. Since the campground is right by the marina, you can rent a boat or kayak and spend a day on the river. You can play horseshoes, fish from the dock, or listen to a live band at the on-site restaurant.
“Our family gathered at Sugar Barge for our annual family reunion. Some rented trailers and others brought RVs and tents. We had a wonderful shady area and enjoyed watching the local flock of turkeys. Lunch was fun at the restaurant. The staff was helpful. We enjoyed the pool.” – Diane, Trip Advisor Review
On the Delta Loop in Isleton, you’ll find a lovely RV park surrounded by 12 acres of grass and forest. Shaded campsites are plentiful at Park Delta Bay, and even on the hottest of summer days, you can enjoy a cool breeze. If the delta temperatures get too high, feel free to take a dip in the swimming pool.
You’ll find lots of fun things to do at this RV park in the Stockton, California, area. The park has tennis and volleyball courts in addition to its fishing docks. You can play in the arcade while you let your dog run around in the off-leash area. Some guests are intrigued by the tiny house resort that’s on the property.
“…The park is a large verdant estate with trees and grass and berry bushes…Camp here and you can drive an hour to San Francisco or Sacramento for an urban expedition…” – Addie, Campendium Review
If you love hiking in the mountains, then drive about 40 miles southwest from Stockton to Livermore. Del Valle Regional Park is nestled in a valley beside a large lake. With more than 4,000 acres of hills, this East Bay park is the ideal location for exploring trails on foot or horseback.
Del Valle Regional Park has an equestrian camp area with paddocks that are big enough for two horses. The Little Chaparral area is for individual campers, and the Caballo Loco camp is for equestrian groups. Since the park has staging areas in several spots, you can invite your friends who live locally to join you for some riding.
“Nice place to picnic and/or camp. Make reservations for camping. Beach is large with supervision, nice and shallow for the little ones, roped off from boaters, fishing is good too…” – Edward, Trip Advisor Review
If you’re into motocross racing or ATV riding, then bring your RV and toys to the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area. You can camp on the grounds in a no-frills space and then get up bright and early for a day on the tracks. The area has 1,300 acres of hills and canyons.
Only campers are permitted to ride their motorcycles and quads in the RV park section; you won’t have to worry about the campground getting overrun by the day-use crowd. Although this park’s main attraction is the terrain, it also has its share of birds and wildlife to view. Coyotes, wild turkeys, and other animals have been spotted by eager explorers.
“Great camping, fire rings, hot showers and the best, friendliest staff of any campground in California.” – Richard, Google Review
Stockton and its neighbors have plenty of secluded getaway spots where you can park your RV; it’s also within driving distance of major cities like Sacramento and San Francisco. Make your reservations at the RV parks that have the most convenient locations for you.
California has plenty of RV dealerships so you can rent or buy a travel vehicle if you don’t have one already. A road trip by RV is the best way to see Central California with its hills, river valleys, and charm.
The top 10 campgrounds we selected all show daily, weekly and monthly rates for you. Pricing will vary.
Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.