An RV rental in Sacramento can set the traveler off on a west coast adventure that is limitless with possibilities. Cruise America makes their high quality, class C RVs available in the Sacramento area, as well as all over the state of California.
Even if you kept your motorhome right in the town of Sacramento, there would be a lot to do, but if you're considering a tour of the entire west coast, you may as well set a few years aside, because it would take at least that long to visit all that the Golden State has to offer.
A few of the things you may wish to see while traveling in your Sacramento RV rental from Cruise America are:
Old Sacramento – Stroll down the historic streets of Old Sacramento and enjoy the many riverfront restaurants, museums, nightspots and shopping opportunities. There's even a tour called the Old Sacramento Hysterical Walk, which is aimed at the humorous side of Sacramento's history. There is also a Hysterical Walk of the Dead, which is a ghost tour of the areas that are purported to be haunted.
Sacramento River – Located between Lake Siskiyou and the Suisun Bay, this river was made for excursions of all kinds. You may want spend your time on a boat, or kick back in one of the many scenic areas on the river. You can also choose to float a raft under the Guy West Bridge. If your timing is right, you can ride the historic Old Sacramento-based River Otter Water Taxi as it cruises up and down the river. You will have no problem finding accommodations for your motorhome rental if you'd like to stay in an RV park on the river.
Take the Sutter Gold Mine tour – Get a glimpse of the rich gold mine history of California in the Sutter Gold Mine. While there, be sure to visit Moaning Caverns, California's largest vertical chamber, which is so enormous that you could fit the entire Statue of Liberty inside. Sutter Gold Mine is between Sutter Creek and Amador City.
Sutter's Fort State Historic Park – Pilot your Cruise America rental RV to visit the first non-Indian settlement in the central valley of California. In 1843, just having been built by Swiss immigrant John Sutter, this fort was originally called “New Helvetia” (New Switzerland). It has served as a trading post, a rehabilitation point for Donner Party survivors and a recovery center for the survivors of the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco. You can step back in time as the costumed tour guides take you on a journey, demonstrating their skills, such as rope making and carpentry, from much earlier days.
American River Parkway – known as the "jewel of Sacramento," the 23-mile American River parkway is visited by more than 5 million visitors each year. They come to enjoy the unique wildlife and recreation area. Here you will find fishing, boating and rafting opportunities in a gorgeous setting. There are picnic sites, guided nature and history tours, golfing and much more. Access to the Parkway is available at various points off of Highway, and there are plenty of places to park your Cruise America RV.
Wherever you decide to go, and whatever sites you choose to visit, just know that it will be a great experience if it's done in a Cruise America RV rental.