Activities/Things To Do

The Sea Otter Classic, North America's largest gathering of bicycle enthusiasts is underway! Under blue skies and cool temperatures, riders hit the trails and runs in an effort to sharpen their skills for the big races on Saturday and Sunday.

The RV Park at the Laguna Seca Recreation area is packed to the brim with RV and tent campers....each one with a handful of bicycles parked beside them. (As I  write this, I smell the wood burning fire...

One of the major pastimes of both visitors and locals alike in Monterey County is just getting in the car and taking a drive... There are some extraordinary places to see including one that begins right outside the door at Laguna Seca RV Park... Scenic Highway 68 which was part of the original Anza Highway created in 1774 will lead you to River Road just 5 minutes away... River Road is also part of that historic Highway and the views as you trav...

The number of wonderful things to do just 15 minutes away from Laguna Seca RV Park is amazing! One of the favorite events is the daily (7 days a week) tour that Doug Lumsden puts on with his Monterey Movie Tours.  You meet the large comfortable bus at the corner of Alvarado and Del Monte in Monterey and for the next 3 hours you will be highly entertained! Doug takes you on a tour of  the locations of over 20 major movies filmed on the Peninsula....

The Monterey Peninsula is so full things to do for kids and families.  And The RV Park at Laguna Seca Recreation Area is the perfect place to headquarter during your visit!  You can hike and bike, watch the cars on the track or go exploring right here, but if you are ready for more, here are some activities that your kiddos will enjoy.


Monterey Bay Aquarium 
886 Cannery Row, Monterey, CA
(831) 648-4800
Open: Daily 9:30am-6pm...<...>

MARCH 27, 2016

When the Methodists created a retreat camp in what is now Pacific Grove back in 1875, they called Lover's Point, "Lovers of Jesus Point."   The park is  4.4 acres and is a great spot for swimming, volleyball, kayaking, scuba diving and surfing.

Because of its unique east-facing location, it is also one of the only spots on the West Coast where you can watch the sun rise over t...

Because the RV Park in the Laguna Seca Recreation Area is in the middle of the action on  California's Monterey Peninsula, it's hard to remember that one of the most fun things to do is right on site.  RV and camping sites are located right along the Mazda raceway where it's east to watch the cars speed and squeal around the track!  On any given day, there will likely be some kind of car club or .........
132 Central Avenue
Salinas, California

Restaurant: Tues-Sat 11:30am-2:00pm
Saturday Tea:  12noon & 2:00pm
Gift Shop: Tues-Sat 11:00am-3:00pm

Whether you're a John Steinbeck fan or love a good tea party in an amazing atmosphere, you are sure to love the Steinbeck House Restaurant in Salinas.  It is less than 15 minutes from the RV Park in the Laguna Seca Recreation Area and ...
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History opened its doors in 1883.   It was one of the first museums of its kind in America!   For the past 130 years, it has been showcasing the birds, plants and animals that live in Monterey County.

Open 10am-7pm daily
Adults $9.95
Kids 4-18 $5.95

This particular museum is set up for real fun and learning for kids as well as adults!   Besides animal skeletons and a giant ...
The Monterey County Agricultural & Rural Life Museum (MCARLM)  in the San Lorenzo Regional RV Park tells the story of the history of life and agriculture in the Salinas Valley from the time of the Ohlone Indians to today.     I was surprised by how well done the museum is! The barn where the museum is located is light, colorful and full of antiquities from several eras of life and farming in the valley.  

San Lorenzo County Park
1160 Broadway
King City, CA 93930

San Lorenzo Park is indeed a little known gem!  Whether you are on vacation in your RV, passing through town or just taking a drive, San Lorenzo Park should be a definite stop in your travels.   Located just off Highway 101 in King City, California, along the Salinas River, you'll find a beautifully wooded park with the
unmistakable sense of the history of the area.

There are 83 RV hook-up ...
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