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Though Oakland is often overshadowed by its cross-bay neighbour, San Francisco, there is plenty to see and do in ‘Oaktown’. The city is served by an international airport and is connected to the other urban centres of San Francisco Bay via a series of highways and bridges.

Oakland is only a short distance from some truly magnificent natural attractions, including coastal redwood pockets and stunning upland sites. Driving around Oakland with a recreational vehicle hire is an excellent way to see the sights, both in and out of the city. The roads are well maintained, especially those leading to and from Oakland’s busy international airport.

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Grizzly Peak:

only a few miles northeast of Oakland is Grizzly Peak, one of the most astounding natural lookout spots in Alameda County. Thanks to its breathtaking viewpoints, Grizzly Peak is a great area for a drive at any time of day or night. Of course, sunset and sunrise are recommended times to visit. Richmond’s Frontier Mobile Home Park and Sobrante Mobilodge are only 10 minutes’ drive north of the peak.

Redwood Regional Park:

stretching through Oakland’s mountainous hinterland region, this park is only a few miles from the city centre and airport, but provides a fantastic escape. This area is renowned for hosting the oldest coastal redwoods in the United States. Crawford’s Trailer Park is a cheap place to park up for the night, while Bal Trailer Court is a simple but convenient site for touring RV motorists.

Napa Valley:

to the north of Oakland, this spectacular valley and its abundance of natural beauty and wineries makes for an excellent daytrip from Oakland International Airport. American Canyon Mobile Home Park and Fairgrounds Mobile Estates are both found north of Oakland, and are conveniently placed for exploring this remarkable wine-growing area.

About the airport

Located only five miles to the south of downtown Oakland, the city’s primary airport handles both domestic and international flights. Both Allegiant Air and Southwest Airlines use the facility as a focus airport, carrying the majority of the nine million passengers which pass through the airport annually. The two-terminal airport receives most international flights at Terminal 1, while domestic routes are catered for at both terminals 1 and 2.

Oak Airport is one of three airports serving the San Francisco Bay area. It is connected to the downtown area of the city via Interstate 880, which is also known as the Nimitz Freeway. Motorhome rental makes for an excellent transport option from the terminals.