Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort, a premier destination RV Resort nestled in the beautiful Redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort went through many major renovations during the winter of 2010. The new ownership fell in love with this gem and was committed to bringing it to its full potential as a destination RV Resort. Come experience the peaceful giant redwoods of Santa Cruz, and the sounds of the San Lorenzo River while only minutes away from downtown Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort offers a beautiful, clean and safe environment for the entire family.
Our large recreation room, overlooking the San Lorenzo River, has expansive decks were you can sit and enjoy the view, socialize with friends, family or new acquaintances and if you like to BBQ, there are two natural gas BBQ’s grills available for first come first serve basis. Inside we provide comfortable seating to enjoy the flat screen TV, read a book or play a friendly game of cards next to the fireplace.
Located among the redwood forests
The Santa Cruz Mountains have a Mediterranean type climate typical of most of California, with the majority of the annual precipitation falling between November and April. Located among the redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains our climate is mild with average summer day time temperatures in the mid seventies to mid eighties, winter in the mid fifties and spring in the mid sixties.
Being located near the California central coast we typically enjoy an Indian summer in September and early October were temperatures can reach into the low nineties with cool evenings. Fog can play a significant role in this area so please bring layers.
SANTA CRUZ TIDBITS
- The have been a legally defined American Viticulture Area since 1981. The Santa Cruz Mountain AVA has emerged as premier producer of top wines, recognized in the historic Judgment of Paris on May 26, 1976.
- The previous historic Old Almaden Winery was located on the eastern slopes of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
- Film director Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma had their primary residence near Scotts Valley, the Cornwall Ranch, purchased in September 1940.