San Francisco RV Rental Comparison

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Motorhome motorists will find the roads and highways around San Francisco in great condition and effortless to navigate. Those with recreational vehicle rentals will find restful mobile-home parks dotting the city, many of which are in great locations and are inexpensive. If arriving at San Fran Airport then we can also provide rental directly from the airport.

San Francisco is the commercial and cultural hub of northern California’s Bay Area. Its ethnic diversity, mesmerising attractions, unique cityscape and entertaining ambiance make it one of North America’s most visited vacation spots. Close to the city lie many stunning natural landmarks that make hiring an RV a popular pastime in ‘San Fran’.

Recommended campervan drives in San Francisco

Pacific Highway North:

travel across the Golden Gate Bridge and along the Redwood Highway before swinging left onto the Pacific Highway. Here’s travellers can explore the beauty of Bolinas Bay and Mt Tamalpais State Park. Along Redwood Highway, visitors can set up camp at the Golden Gate Trailer Park or the RV Park of San Rafael.

Cabrillo Highway:

from either Treasure Island RV Park or San Francisco Caravan Park, tourists can uncover the scenic beauty of the Cabrillo Highway. This windy stretch of road hugs the Californian coastline and connects with destinations like Pillar Point Bluff and its surfing beaches, and Half Moon Bay city and nearby state parks.

Napa Valley:

this breathtaking wine-growing region is only an hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco. Simply travel north along the Redwood Highway. Brookside Mobile Manor in El Verano and Littlewoods RV Villa in Petaluma provide perfect bases for motorists exploring the wineries and vineyards of the valley by campervan.


San Francisco is the beating heart of the Bay Area but just 70 miles north of the city is the elegant and charming town of Healdsburg. Here, visitors are welcomed by fine wine and rolling hills. If 70 miles seems too far, then just across the Golden Gate Bridge is Mill Valley, which boasts some of the world’s most spectacular redwood trees. Tourists can also drive along the northern reaches of the Pacific Coast Highway. Point Reyes National Seashore is where you can see annual whale migrations along the stunning coastline.

Heading south, travellers will find the surf-famous town of Santa Cruz and the nearby Santa Cruz Mountains, which are great for outdoor entertainment, while the peaceful seaside town of Monterey provides an awesome experience for the whole family. The sea lions along Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf are a must-see attraction.