California Lodging for Bird Watching Vacations

(RV Parks and Campgrounds)

Novato RV Park is conveniently located in the center of all the excitement and beauty the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer. Your full hook-up site is just minutes away from the Golden Gate Bridge, downtown San Francisco, and the Wine Country. Explore the best of “The City” from a quiet country setting. Our park rests at the foot of oak studded hills, and enjoys easy access to miles of walking trails for your hiking and bird watching pleasure. Novato RV Park's courteous staff is dedicated to providing you with an exceptional and memorable stay, year after year. We will be happy to assist you with reservations, provide you with directions, maps, or any other information you may need. Since the Bay Area offers so many exciting activities, you might have a hard time deciding which ones to do. Let our staff of Bay Area residents help you make the most of your stay. The back roads of Marin County and Napa Valley draw cyclists from all over the world.  Pedal over rolling hills, through pastoral landscapes dotted with dairy cows and wildflowers or lined with vineyards. There are many amazing bird watching opportunities in the Bay Area - especially in Marin County. In addition, Rush Creek Preserve is a great place to for birders to view thousands of shorebirds and waterfowl who congregate each fall and winter.
Novato RV Park  Novato           800-733-6787
Costanoa KOA is an eco-adventure resort designed to encourage guests to explore the stunning beauty of the protected California coastline. This KOA creates many opportunities to retreat from the chaos of everyday life through hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, music, art exhibits, kayaking, spa treatments and other activities. The Cascade Bar & Grille serves California coastal cuisine, including local California wines and seafood. Costanoa is committed to reducing the impact of our operation on the environment in which we live and work. We are constantly developing new programs and methods to reinforce our uncompromising commitment to the environment.
KOA Kampground- Costanoa               800-562-9867

Located in the heart of the Monterey Bay Sanctuary, KOA Moss Landing is a nature-lover's paradise. It offers a little bit of something for everyone. Take a scenic nature tour through Elkhorn Slough, one of California's largest coastal wetlands, hiking, bird watching or catch a chartered whale-watching cruise out of the harbor. A vision of seaside Americana, Moss Landing is a place where you can catch fresh fish straight off the boat. The town's antique shops and art galleries provide a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Come for a visit and see the best that Monterey Bay has to offer!
KOA Kampground- Moss Landing               800-562-3390

While staying at Dolphin Isle Marina, you should take the opportunity to explore the Mendocino Coast. From horseback riding to fine dining, there is something here for everyone. Dolphin Isle Marina & RV Park has 145 slips and 85 RV spaces available for your enjoyment. This lush vacation spot features beautiful views of the Noyo River, and they offer a full service marina, a deli with patio dining, a store, free wireless internet service, and RV camping. The camp area offers showers and a laundry room. Dogs of all sizes are allowed for no additional fee. Above the deli we have vacation rentals. Take time to enjoy the birds and wildlife in the area or simply relax in the shade.
Dolphine Isle RV Park- Ft. Bragg               866-964-4113

At Lake Camanche Recreation, Tent and RV sites are available year-round at both North and South Shores. RV hook-up sites are provided at South Shore only. Self-contained RVs may camp at North Shore. Many sites offer immediate lake access while others are just a short walk away. Ask you reservation agent or check the online maps for which sites provide shade. Campsite amenities include barbecues, tables, water, hot showers, restrooms and laundry facilities. Cottage and Motel Units, for those who enjoy the outdoors but don't necessarily want to "rough it," are available at Lake Camanche. Scenic hiking, bird watching and equestrian trails travel around the North and South Shores. Each trail will take you along rolling hills and through several oak groves that offer intermittent shade.
Camanche Recreation- Ione               866-763-5121

Return to nature when you visit the Edgewater Resort & RV Park. With over 150 shade trees of 19 varieties, plenty of sunshine and fresh air, you'll enjoy the peaceful serenity and natural park-like setting. Located in Soda Bay, a protected cove on the shores of Clear Lake, the largest natural lake in California, we're surrounded by Mt. Konocti on our other three sides, which cools off our warm summer days in the early evenings during our spectacular sunsets. Clear Lake is the "Bass Capital of the West" with huge catfish ready to jump on your hook. Our 230' private fishing pier is a perfect place to cast your line. Heron festival is held every April in Kelseyville, a celebration of birds, wildlife and springtime on beautiful Clear lake for all you bird watchers and nature lovers.
Edgewater Resort- Clear Lake               800-396-6224

The magnificent natural landscaping of this Shingletown KOA, nestled among cedars and pines at 3,900 feet, reflects the geography of the area. Nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park, McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, Subway Caves and Lake Shasta are among the numerous opportunities for sightseeing, bird watching, hiking, fishing and photography. Every camper is treated like family and made just as comfortable. The RV sites are spacious, the lodges and Kamping Kabins are comfortable and the tent sites feature straw-covered pads that make air mattresses virtually unnecessary. After a day of sightseeing and a dip in the heated pool, relax in the glow of the campfire and let the taste of s'mores bring a sweet end to this true camping experience.
KOA Campgrounds- Shingletown         (800) 562-3403

Close to Lewiston Lake and Trinity Lake, our central location will insure close accessibility to the diverse outdoor recreation this part of the north state has to offer. Whether you come here for a specific activity like bird watching, hiking, fishing or just want to relax, you can reach most of what the area has to offer within a short drive from Bigfoot Campground. The Trinity River is renowned for it's steelhead and salmon fishing with much of it close to Hwy 299, offering easy access to exceptional scenic settings with excellent riffles and holes for finding that quality angling. The Trinity County adventure awaits you with some of the most picturesque real estate in Northern California, so come on up and check out this fun filled mountain land.
Big Foot Campground- Junction City          800-422-5219

Located in the eastern hills outside of San Diego, California, Sacred Rocks RV Park provides a safe harbor from the harsh, urban world, offering the tools and location for the exploration of the scenic surroundings while exploring your inner self all year round. Our entire 163 acres are so much more than the RV park — we want to show the bigger picture to everyone, thus the name change. Accessible retreat from stress – how beneficial it is to spend time in the quiet.  Sacred Rocks Reserve is off the beaten path, off the freeway, off the highway, out in the high country. The noises are more natural, and therefore, a bit surprising. The wind whispers through the ancient oaks. The chattering of many birds like woodpeckers, hawks, ravens and more, more, more. The howling of coyotes hunting. Peace of mind just happens.
Sacred Rocks RV Park- Boulevard          (800) 703-0009

Leapin' Lizard RV Ranch is a family owned and operated business. The Park is located in Ocotillo Wells, in the middle of the Anza-Borrego Desert, 20 minutes from Borrego Springs.  The region is vast covering some one million acres which appeals to many visitors.  Recreationists include off-highway explorers, backpackers, hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians, bird watchers, nature seekers and campers. In addition, potlucks, happy hours and campfires can happen through-out the season.
Leapin Lizard RV Ranch- Borrego Springs          (760) 767-4526

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