Welcome to the Laguna Seca Recreation Area's RV Park Live!....plenty of sites for RV's in this beautiful RV Park..!
Laguna Seca Recreation Area RV Park
1025 Monterey Highway 68,
Salinas, CA   93908
For information and RV reservations call
Group RVing and Camping at 831.758.3604

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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....
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 ...
If you are coming to "The AT&T", there is no better place to stay than Laguna Seca RV Park at the Laguna Seca Recreation Area...just 20 minutes from Pebble Beach....

One of the premiere events on the Monterey Peninsula, is the annual AT&T Pro/Am Golf Tournament.  And there's no better place to headquarter for this event than the RV Park located in the Laguna Seca 
Recreation Area.  

Returning Champion:  Brandt Snedeker

This year's field incl...
The 26th Annual
April 14-17, 2016
Laguna Seca Recreation Area

The largest consumer bicycle event
in North America is coming to
Laguna Seca Recreation Area!

Unbelievable!  You never know what is going to happen at the RV park in the Laguna Seca Recreation Area.  Now this event is coming right to you so if you are RVing here, you will be in the heart of all the action.


The Sea Otter Classics “Celebration of Cycling” hos...

6th Annual Whalefest Monterey 2016

Fisherman's Wharf

January 23-24, 2016


Laguna Seca RV Park at the Laguna Seca Recreation area is the perfect place to stay if you are coming for this fantastic event...just 15 minutes drive to Fisherman's Wharf from Laguna Seca RV Park.

This free fun and educational, interactive family event for all ages celebrates the migration of the gray whales!


Whalefest benefits many local and national marin...

There's a saying among local golfers.."I'm glad I live here because I couldn't afford to visit."  The Monterey Peninsula is truly golf heaven, with over 20 course you can play within a half hour's drive from each other....expand that to an hour and you have well over 25 choices. The price to play can run from as little as $39 to as much as $525 a round if you want to try and walk on at Pebble Beach. But, if you are going to be here for several d...
A Zoo In Monterey?

400 River Road
Salinas, CA  93908

(Formerly known as "Wild Things")

Their mission:  "Monterey Zoo" is dedicated to providing professionally & humanely trained wild/exotic & domestic birds and animals for film, television, live productions, education and much much more.   Monterey Zoo takes great pride in offering sanctuary to many animals that can no longer participate in enterta...

Laguna Seca RV Park is famous for overlooking the incredible Mazda Raceway. But did you know that it also looks over the famous Pastures of Heaven and the top of John Steinbeck's Castle Rock..so named by the way, by British explorer George Vancouver... Castle Rock was where, as a boy, on his aunt Molly's Farm in Corral de Tierra, John Steinbeck and his sister, Mary, encouraged by Aunt Molley’s stories.. played and fantasized as King Arthur in Ca...

Point Pinos


One of the wonderful attractions you want to see while staying at Laguna Seca RV park is the Point Pinos lLghthouse in Pacific Grove... Just 15 minutes away...It was Spanish explorer Sebastian Viscaino, in 1602 who came ashore and named the area “la Punta de los Pinos”...the point of the pines…

The Point Pinos lighthouse was turned on in 1855 ...it was the second lighthouse built on the west coast right after Alcatr...