The multifaceted and culturally diverse region of Roseville is a joy to experience while traveling in an RV. There are plenty of festivals and historical places to visit while spending time in this area. The pleasant temperatures throughout most of the year, as well as many retail shops to choose from, make it a perfect place to shop and travel. Originally named Griders, which was the name of the local stagecoach station, it eventually became known as Junction, because it was a point where two railroads intersected. As sometimes happens with history, the story of how Junction came to be known as Roseville has many different versions and remains a bit of a mystery. With a population of about 126,000 people, this city is the largest in Placer County and is near Sacramento, the capital of California.
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If you are heading south on I-80, take the exit at Atlantic St./Eureka Road. Turn east and make the first left on Taylor Road. If you are heading north on I-80, take the same exit and you will keep going straight onto Taylor Road. Up ahead on your left, you will see the colorful water slides of the park. The Golfland Park is renowned for Laser Tag, Go-Cart Racing, Miniature Golf, a Game Arcade and King Ben's Castle, which offers complete- family fun inside. Most people prefer to visit the park in summer due to the extremely wild wet rides such as The Double Dare, The Storm Rider, The Stealth, Six Chuter, Thunder Bay Wavepool and many more water attractions that complete the adventure. It also offers plenty of food choices such as: Snack Bars, Pizza, Sub Sandwiches and Shakes. Make sure to stop by in your
Located on Pleasant Grove Blvd., this center is aimed at teaching residents and students alike about environmental issues, such as water and energy conservation and recycling. This learning center is focused on teaching visitors about protecting our natural resources. Enjoy hands-on demonstrations and lots of exhibits related to these topics. There is plenty to do and plenty to learn at this interesting place.
Off of Washington Blvd, you will notice chunks of tires and a 1/3-mile NASCAR-sanctioned track to your right. For 60 years, this short-track racing adventure has been a favorite attraction in Northern California. Ever year, many F-4 participants showcase their skills by competing for the All-American Speedway Trophy. You can check the scheduling and choose a day for a fast and thrilling session that will be fun for the whole family in the RV
This museum preserves 3000 years of history about the ancient sites of the original Maidu People. The bedrock mortar holes and petroglyph rock art give undeniable evidence of existence and residence. One must attend their interpretive programs, see their exhibits and view the multi-media presentations to learn more about the rich history there.
You might call it the tributary going alongside the I-80 freeway, but there are many interesting places to visit in this area with the same name. The Secret Ravine Vinery, run as a family business, is where opulent local wines are served. Secret Ravine is also an area being recognized as a suburban residential region. You may also wander around the Rocklin Cemetery, which is near an old Indian burial place discovered in the late 19 century.
Accessible from both the north and the south shores, these 2 campgrounds are a 30-minute drive from the main city. The north shore at Wheatland is open year-round while the south shore at Lincoln only opens in summer (May to September). Wildlife-viewing and sight-seeing, plus ample options such as boating, jet-skiing, biking, hiking and horseback riding are why most RVers prefer to stay out of the urban region and close to nature here at these campgrounds. Facilities include: launch ramps, mini-marts and campsites with picnic tables, barbeques and full hook-ups. Camp Far West Lake is the perfect location for your
Open for 365 days per year, the Loomis RV park is a moderately priced campground. Take Sierra College Blvd -Exit 109 on I-80, turn north and then take a right onto Taylor Road. The park will be on your right. You will find recreational facilities including horseshoes, a playground, a swimming pool and many other family-oriented activities. All basic amenities are provided for your
Located on Orlando Ave, Camping World is a great destination to hang out with friends and family while on your visit in Roseville. Along with free campsites, you can find RV repair services, supplies and accessories for your
Expect dancing, story telling and singing in this spring festival of Native American people. Held at the Maidu Museum, there will be guided tours, children's crafts, basket weavers, Indian tacos and local wines. The festival is to celebrate the coming of spring and warm weather for good farming and fertility in the California Central Valley and nearby places.
This family-friendly festival has been celebrated with great zeal and passion since 1990. Everything is inspired by the harvest of the strawberries and includes games, activities, contests and foods that feature strawberries. Fresh varieties of strawberries are available at the Strawberry Patch and the Very Berry stage features local entertainment. The festival fun lasts for 3 days around mid-May every year.
More festivals that can be found during different seasons in this area are: The Earth Festival in Mahany Park, Harvest Festival and the Placer County Fair.
If you are looking for a trip that will give you ample places to explore in a green and arid climate, Roseville is a great option to consider. Every kind of RV rental is available at RVshare to fill your needs and add more joy to your itinerary.
Safe travels from all of us here at RVshare!