Cruise America's Guide to San Francisco RV Rentals, RV Parks and RV Resorts. Redwood forests. Glistening coastline. Panoramic city views. A San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America is your ticket to exploring the city by the bay and nearby attractions.
You may leave your heart in San Francisco, but you'll bring the savings home-a San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America offers an affordable alternative to high-priced hotels and flights.
Getting around many of San Francisco's bustling neighborhoods, such as Chinatown, is best done by bus or on foot. Likewise, from Fisherman's Wharf, another popular attraction among visitors, you can ride a cable car to swanky Nob Hill or take the ferry to Alcatraz Island, now a national park. Other sites, including the Golden Gate Bridge and nearby Legion of Honor, are more remote and prone to fog, but your San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America will keep you warm and dry.
Whether you're planning a long road trip to San Francisco or a fly-and-drive vacation, Cruise America can accommodate your RV rental plans. One-way pricing is available from any of our 132 locations around the U.S.. You'll find there are many reasons to seek a San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America-accommodating policies and no hidden fees are just the start!
SAN FRANCISCO RV PARKS
Each of the following is an example of a fine San Francisco RV resort:
Candlestick RV Park
650 Gilman Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124
2140 Redwood Hwy
Larkspur, CA 94904
San Francisco RV Resort
700 Palmetto Ave
Pacifica, CA 94044
San Francisco RV parks provide the perfect launch point for a cruise along the Pacific Coast Highway, also known as the "PCH" or "Route 1." In fact, San Francisco RV Resort is located a few hundred feet from the PCH, and affords offers outstanding oceanfront views.
Driving north or south along the coast in your San Francisco RV rental, you'll be dazzled by miles of crashing waves, rocky cliffs, and outdoors opportunities. A southbound excursion along the PCH will take you past a number of state parks, such as Big Basin Redwoods State Park, where you can hike 80 miles of trails, through redwood forests and waterfalls. Further south, the Monterey Bay area is a capital of marine activities-like deep-sea fishing, whale watching, and scuba diving-and home to the world-class Monterey Bay Aquarium. South of San Francisco, RV parks can be found in Santa Cruz, Carmel and Marina.
Just 60 miles northeast of the Bay Area are the towns of Napa and Sonoma, home to some of the world's most famous winemakers. Vineyard tours and wine tastings are seemingly everywhere. For a bird's-eye view of the region's gorgeous rolling hills, try a hot-air balloon ride.
A San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America gives you the freedom to explore northern California at your own pace, in your choice of San Francisco RV parks, in the RV that's right for you. Why wait? Reserve your San Francisco RV rental from Cruise America today-just call us toll-free at 1-800-671-8042 or make your reservation online.