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Monterey RV Parks

Monterey, California RV Parks

Conquering nature in a Winnebago doesn’t get much better…

Unlike public campgrounds that tend to be a little more rustic, Monterey RV Parks that are privately owned generally have plenty of creature comforts that are situated closer to populated areas.

To refine your search and focus on another vacation location, please select it from our Destination Explorer and search away!

Carmel Valley and Big Sur have major wildfires. Authorities expect them to burn through the end of August! Google for the latest news.

Monterey RV Parks

Monterey is home to a number of wonderful locations to tent or RV camp.  To review our listings of parks and beaches, please scroll down the page or click on Big Sur RV Parks, Carmel RV Parks, Monterey RV Parks, Salinas RV Parks or Seaside/Marina RV Parks.

Click here for locations in Santa Cruz (30 miles north) and Half Moon Bay (75 miles north)

Big Sur RV Parks RV Parks

Big Sur Campground and Cabins – Big Sur Camping

Highway 1, Big Sur, CA  (831) 667-2322

This is a privately operated, year-round campground RV park. Located in the redwoods trees along the Big Sur River, it aminities include: store, laundry, playground & basketball court. Tent camping with hot showers. RV camping with water & electric hook-ups as well as a dump station.

Fernwood Resort and Campground – Big Sur Camping

(831) 667-2422

Located in the redwood forest along the Big Sur River, it a 60-unit campground.  Available facilities: tent camping, tent-cabins, and RV Parking.

Riverside Campground and Cabins –  Big Sur Camping

Hwy. 1, Big Sur, CA (831) 667-2414

This privately operated campground has 45 sites that are available for tent and RV camping.

Carmel RV Parks RV Parks

Carmel by the Sea RV Park

27680 Schulte Road, Carmel, CA  (831) 624-9329

Saddle Mountain Recreation Park

Schulte Rd., Carmel, CA  (831) 624-1617

Monterey RV Parks

Red Roof / Cypress Tree Inn of Monterey – RV Park

2227 N Fremont St, Monterey, CA 93940   (831) 372-7586

Monterey Fairgrounds – RV Park

2004 Fairground Rd., Monterey, CA  (831) 372-5863

Veteran’s Memorial Park  –  City of Monterey

Skyline Drive, Monterey, CA      (831) 646-3865

This 50-acre park with overnight group camping, walking trails, BBQ picnic areas, play equipment, turf playfield, is located in Monterey. The Park has a basketball court, limited hiking trails, and a large lawn area which can be used for Frisbee, kite flying, football, softball and relaxing.

Salinas RV Parks

Salinas/Monterey KOA

8710 Prunedale North Rd., Salinas, CA 93907   (800) 562-4063

Laguna Seca County Recreation Area – RV & Tent camping

1025 Monterey Hwy 68 Between Monterey & Salinas, CA  (831) 422-6138 or 888-588-2267

Seaside / Marina RV Parks

Marina Dunes

3330 Dunes Dr. Marina, CA  (831) 384-6914 or 1888-588-2267


What’s on Tap


Monterey Festivals & Events:

Pacific Grove Butterfly Days – Oct. 6, 7 & 8 2017

Parade, bazaar, special events at the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary

Annual Monte Foundation Fireworks Extravaganza! – Oct. 8, 2017

Capitola Wharf, Capitola, CA

Monterey Pumpkin Patches—Oct. 2017

Whale Watching – Dec. through May


For more event information, click on our Festivals & Events page for Monterey.



Top Attractions:

Monterey Bay Aquarium

The Aquarium is your window to marine life in the Monterey Bay!

Cannery Row

Historic Cannery Row is great destination for hotels, shopping, dining, and, oh, yes, the Aquarium!

Monterey Fishing

Fall is fishing and crabbing season!

Kayaking and SCUBA Diving

The rocky bottom around Monterey make it perfect for ocean adventures!

Whale Watching – Whale Watching December through May


Pebble Beach…need I say more.


For more information on local attractions, click on the Attractions or Recreational Activities.




Monterey’s Summer Advisories:

Traffic Conditions. Rush hour traffic can be extremely challenging – especially on Highway 1 between Seaside and Monterey. Also, 68 between Highway 1 and 101 can be extremely slow. It’s a good idea to plan ahead and arrive early and leave late. Go to to learn about road conditions.

Yes, it’s still water, water, water! California is undergoing an extreme drought. If you are planning a lake vacation be sure to check about water levels. That rafting trip, fishing, or skiing can be impacted.

EXTREME fire danger. The drought has created a very dangerous combination of dry vegetation and no moisture in the air to help contain any fire. Please use extreme caution during your trip.

Carmel Valley and Big Sur have major wildfires. Authorities expect them to burn through the end of August! Google for the latest news.