Your choice of RV class when you're looking for a Santa Rosa RV rental lets you plan for the exact requirements of your group. If your group is about 10 people, then you should select the Class A, a bus-sized vehicle to cruise the roadways in high-end splendor. Motorhome rentals in Santa Rosa allow you to downshift to a Class C if your group is around four people; it is smaller than a Class A with amenities that are similar but on a more modest scale. If your group includes active folks who look to be outdoors most of the day, then a Class B RV rental in Santa Rosa permits sleeping quarters for a smaller group with more maneuverability than other classes.
Moving on from drivable rigs to camper rentals in Santa Rosa, you’ll need a larger vehicle to pull towable RVs like pop up rentals. Pop up camper rentals in Santa Rosa can surprise you with their ample storage, which often includes a kitchen and an electric stove, a 10-gallon water tank, a refrigerator and a microwave. Travel trailers of various lengths allow you to unhitch for the night and to use your vehicle to sightsee or to spend a night on the town. If you select a fifth wheel trailer, a special in-bed hitch on your powerful truck is a must. A toy hauler allows you to bring along fun vehicles such as an ATV or snowmobile. This style of RV resembles a garage to supply you with the bare basics of shelter, too.
Elegant and unusual Wine Country RV Park provides RVers with long-term plans to abide in a Rohnert Park campground, and it is within walking distance of a Starbucks. You'll need to stay here for at least a month as you enjoy the site's full hookups and both back-in and pull-through pads.
For short- or long-term stays, try the Spring Lake Park east of Santa Rosa. It's large enough to feature 31 sites on its campground, and you'll appreciate the coziness of having Spring Lake available for swimming in summer. Downtown Santa Rosa is only 10 minutes away.
Santa Rosa is near Redwood National Park in northern California. The park sports titanic trees over the shaded trails, and at the shore, you can commune with nature at the tide pools. Native Americans display their heritage in summer by dances celebrating their culture. Large animals such as whales at sea and elk inland may be spotted by astute RVers as they cruise 139,000 acres of wild forest lands. From October through April, prepare for rainfall as you experience the cosmic appeal of pristine woodlands. Summers are drier, but northern California maintains a steady temperature range from 40 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Santa Rosa Avenue Self-Storage provides secure, well-lit storage when you want to store your RV in between trips. A resident manager answers all questions, and up to 15-foot ceilings handle any size RV. Another storage facility is Patrick Center RV Service, which provides stellar customer attention during the prime move-out hours. You can verify any off-hour needs with the manager.
Dumpstations at Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park and Spring Lake Regional Park will keep your RV in tiptop shape.
The Luther Burbank Annual Rose Parade and Festival marks May for celebrating flowers, plants and other passions of Luther Burbank. Floats, activities for kids and civic leaders acting as clowns center the parade, which revolves around the Luther Burbank Home and Gardens for music, fun and frivolity. With the 85-year-old Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra, Santa Rosa endures as both an attraction in itself and as a gateway town to the Napa Wine Country.
You can root for any Panthers team of the Santa Rosa High School, established in 1874 and one of California's oldest high schools. Take a seat in the stands to cheer on baseball, basketball, lacrosse, track and field, volleyball, wrestling and more. If you want to see big-city sports action, scoot to San Francisco for an MLB game of the Giants in Oracle Park.
Visit Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center for an afternoon with Charlie Brown, Lucy and Snoopy. The museum houses many original Peanuts strips and events such as the Taste of Trivia and Peace, Love and Woodstock, which celebrates the era with live music.
U.S. Route 101 threads directly through Santa Rosa, and I-5 runs north to south if you take a convenient interchange.