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Top-Rated RV Resort in Wine Country
For those of you who enjoy wine tasting, large sparkling lakes, and touring historic mansions, pack up the RV pronto-like and head for the Wine Country RV Resort in the picturesque city of Paso Robles, in stunning Central California. The Wine Country RV Resort is a top-rated RV park with 166 spaces that specifically offers outstanding amenities, including: a heated pool, exercise and game rooms, and spa, among countless other necessities. They also boast Wi-Fi and internet at each site, DVD rentals, and an enclosed dog run.
My all-time favorite thing about Paso Robles is the close proximity to so many fun day trips. There is so much to choose from: with the gorgeous lakes just up the road, to the scenic coastline where you can tour the magnificent Hearst Castle, as well as the numerous wine tours and tastings seemingly offered at every turn.
Most famous for its vast number of wineries, Paso Robles is home to over 200 wineries and is considered the fastest growing wine region in the nation. Paso Robles means “The Pass of the Oaks” and is a beautiful area to visit any time of the year. With its rolling hills dotted with oaks and cloaked with vineyards, this area beckons wine lovers like no other. While here, you’ll enjoy food and wine festivals throughout the year, lakes, golf courses, beaches, fine dining, and unique shopping in historic downtown Paso Robles. Not to mention the delightful hot springs and spas, antique shops, museums, and even a water park for the hot summer months.
Paso Robles is a perfect spot to enjoy during the spring when the hills are green and the vibrant wildflowers dot the horizon with color. The summer offers tons of water recreation to be had at nearby Lake Nacimiento and Lake San Antonio, while the water park in town and the Wine Country RV Resort’s pool are the most convenient places to stay cool on a warm afternoon. The fall brings the changing colors of the trees, leaves, and shrubs throughout the region, which make for some stunning photographs and scenic backdrops.
No matter when you come, you will become enraptured with the exquisite Wine Country RV Resort, located in the most entertaining of wine regions in the nation.
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