Places To Look Out For When RVing Along The Pacific Coast Highway

A renowned bucket-list ride for most RVers, RVing along the Pacific Coast Highway is scenic and daring. popularly known as State Highway 1, SR 1, and PCH. There are hundreds of RV parks along the Pacific coast, which remains open all through the year.

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Place to Lookout for when RVing Along The Pacific Coast Highway

State Parks

With over seven state parks on one stretch (Humboldt), there are three Historic state parks -Humboldt Redwoods, Patrick’s Point and Ft. Humboldt are within 30 miles of Eureka.

Humboldt redwoods state park

Point Reyes National Seashore

Located in Marin County, Point Reyes National Seashore adjoins Highway 1 about 30 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. In addition, RVers can also involve in activities such as hiking, fishing, surfing, kayaking and water camping here.

Half Moon Bay

On this portion of PCH you’ll enjoy the city of San Francisco, where you can hike the Presidio grounds or fly a kite at the marina. Continue down the highway and walk the beaches at Sunset Beach before arriving in Half Moon Bay.

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The popular California Route 1 is multi-faceted. At most times, PCH is an in-town freeway,and at other times, it is a two-lane country road. With drastically changing routes along its deadly cliffs and breathtaking water camping options, the above few places are some of the must-see destinations when RVing along the Pacific Coast Highway.