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9 West Coast RV Parks For Wine Lovers

This post was updated on March 15th, 2024

Is there anything better than relaxing in your RV with a bottle of wine? Whether you’re going with red, white, or an excellent new blend, you just can’t go wrong with pouring yourself a glass.

The West Coast is a wonderful place to make a trip if you’re a wine enthusiast. The climate by the Pacific is perfect for producing grapes – after all, California and Washington are the top two wine-producing states in the country (followed by New York, Oregon and Texas).

If you love a glass of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon every once in awhile (okay, maybe every night) – then you’ll definitely want to check out some of these lovely RV parks this summer. Cheers!

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1. Wine Country RV Resort, Paso Robles, California

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Among the hills and vineyards of the Paso Robles region, this cozy RV park is a complete wine lover’s paradise. They’re conveniently located within walking distance to EOS Estate Winery, with plenty of spacious sites, along with a great variety of amenities.

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Their prime location (just off Highway 46, at Airport Road) is right by all kinds of attractions like: boutique shopping, fine dining, golf courses, hot air balloon rides, and of course, several wineries.

After tasting at EOS Winery, we also recommend stopping by Mitchella Vineyard & Winery, and Robert Hall Winery, both less than a mile down the road.

But you don’t even need to leave the park to have a nice glass. They boast an exquisite wine garden, with live entertainment, dancing, outdoor movies, and of course, plenty of tastings.

Visitors can also enjoy amenities like a pool, hot tub, fitness center, game room with billiards, dog park, and an on-site convenience store.

Check out this short, two-minute video for more info on Wine Country RV Resort:

2. Willamette Wine Country RV Park (and The Vintages Trailer Resort), Dayton, Oregon


Willamette Wine Country is a quiet slice of heaven up in Oregon, by the bank of the Yamhill River. They’re right by historic small towns, a casino, golf course, aviation museum and plenty of fantastic wineries.

At 14.5-acres large, this park offers a few options for visitors, including: monthly RV sites, vintage trailers that can be rented, and several daily and weekly spaces.

They have 191 full hook-up sites total, with concrete pads that support both Class A and Class C motorhomes (with slide-outs). Their spacious sites come with 20-30-50 amp electricity, water and sewer connections, plus complimentary WiFi.

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The Vintages Trailer Resort is a unique little section of the park. This is where you can find all kinds of vintage trailers to rent for a one-of-a-kind lodging experience – tailored to fit your own particular wine and food preferences.

Some of the special features in their trailers include: gourmet pour-over coffee from Caravan Coffee, luxurious terrycloth robes to make you feel fancy, comfy mattresses and even fine, hotel-status linens.

The retro trailers also come with a propane grill for summer BBQs, and all of the tableware and utensils you could possibly need – which of course, includes a wine opener. Check out more info on this particular area in the park on their website.

3. Prosser Wine Country RV Park, Prosser, Washington


Prosser is always worth a visit to Washington’s wine country. Located just outside of the Tri-Cities, this spacious RV park features 125 large, full hook-up sites that can accommodate just about all types of RVs.

Each one of their spaces comes equipped with a picnic table, full hookups (including water, sewer, and electric), and the premium sites additionally have cable TV.  For a refreshing stroll, you can also follow along a pet-friendly walking trail that circles the park.


A short list of amenities here include: free WiFi, a basketball court, playground, two meeting rooms, an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub (open seasonally, May-October), and an on-site convenience store that sells RV supplies, groceries, toys for the little ones, and a wide selection of local wines.

If you’re looking to go tasting, their park is within a close distance to many top-quality wineries, like: Airfield Estates Winery and Lone Birch Wines, and Willow Crest Winery – to name a few.

Don’t feel like going anywhere? The park also has a lovely Wine Bar on site with pours on select nights. (Find the schedule, and more info on their website here.)

4.  Calistoga RV Park, Calistoga, California

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Nestled in a nice spot on the north end of Napa Valley, Calistoga RV Park makes for a great place to park in wine country, with striking views of Mount St. Helena and the Palisades.

Only four blocks from downtown, this year-round park has plenty to see and do nearby, like: hiking, biking, balloon rides, hot spring spas, and the nine-hole Mount St. Helena Golf Course.

Wine tasting options in this area are countless. We recommend making a trip over to Barlow Vineyards, Checkerboard Vineyards, and Dutch Henry Winery (but really, there are just too many good ones to list…)


Calistoga RV Park has 24 premium sites (with water, 50-amp electric and sewer) as well as 44 standard sites (with water, 30-amp electric and flush station use).  And feel bring to bring your four-legged friend – they’re pet-friendly, with plenty of grass space and waste disposal stations.

Their paved, level road is easy to drive, with gravel pads and shade trees that are just heavenly in the summer. Complimentary WiFi is also available. For more details, check them out online here.

5. Napa Valley Expo RV Park, Napa, California

Napa Valley Expo

To wine lovers, Napa Valley is legendary.

Tucked in the heart of this famous region, Napa Valley Expo RV Park makes for a great home base, while you take off to explore the many wineries across the area.

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Situated just off Highway 121, this RV park provides full hook-ups, with water, sewer, electrical, and free Internet.

Here’s a short, minute-long clip that will give you a closer look at this park:

For more details, head over to their website here.

6. Olde Stone Village RV Park, McMinnville, Oregon


About four miles west of Williamette RV Park, this enchanting site provides another great place to stay in Oregon’s wine country – not far from Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge.

They’re ideally located right across from the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum (home of the famous Spruce Goose), with easy access to highways, casinos, golf courses, shops, fine restaurants and roadside produce stands.


And of course, there are plenty of wineries, vineyards and tasting rooms all within a short distance. During your stay, make sure to check out Yamhill Valley Vineyards, Calamity Hill, and Methven Family Winery nearby.

This popular park has 71 full hook-up sites available (33 pull-thrus), all paved. They’re big rig and pet-friendly, and provide 30 and 50-amp service, along with free WiFi.

Their recreational facilities offer a little something for everyone in the family. They have a heated pool, pickle ball, playground and tennis court, and to keep you comfortable, they also provide cable, laundry facilities, and pristine restrooms with huge walk-in showers.

Want a closer look before you plan a trip? Check out this Virtual Tour and more details on their website here.

7. Peach Beach RV Park, Goldendale, Washington

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Appropriately named, Peach Beach RV Park is situated right along the Columbia River Gorge, surrounded by fragrant peach orchards. You can enjoy all kinds of activities close-by, with Maryhill State Park right next door, and Maryhill Winery only minutes away along Highway 14.

They take reservations (on Tuesdays only) but otherwise the sites here are all on a first come, first serve basis. And not only can you go wine tasting nearby, but there are also a ton of outdoor activities to partake in as well like: windsurfing, kiteboarding, boating, hiking or biking.

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The park features tidy showers and an on-site dump station, both of which are at no cost for guests. Most of their spaces are pull-thru, and some back right up to the water.  Tent campers and groups are also welcome.

If you love to go angling, be sure to also bring your fishing rod to this one. The Columbia River is known to be home to salmon, steelhead, walleye, and bass.

For more info on their rates and accommodations, click here.

8. Vines RV Resort, Paso Robles, California

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Just north of Wine Country RV Park in Paso Robles, Vines RV Resort will give you a similar, luxurious experience up on Highway 101.

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The park is spotless, with spacious pull-thru sites on concrete pads, along with: two pools, a hot tub, large and small dog area, meeting spaces, library, pool table, and lovely beer and wine bar.

For a closer look at this park, check out this Virtual Tour.

9. Vineyard RV Park, Vacaville, California

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Vineyard RV Park is conveniently located to almost everything you could dream of in Northern California: Napa Valley, San Francisco, Sacramento, and beautiful sandy beaches.

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It’s easy to stay connected here, with their free WiFi and cable (up to 25 channels) in almost all of the overnight spaces. You can also take a furry friend to one of their two off-leash dog parks, or go for a dip in their large, 60-foot swimming pool on a warm summer evening.

The park is also complete with a catch-and-release pond, two 24-hour laundry facilities, dump station, and propane filling station.

If you’re looking to go wine tasting, there are several options in almost every direction. Check out Berryessa Gap Vineyards or Turkovich Family Wines in Winters, and the small La Borgata Winery and Distillery in Vacaville.

Interested in planning a trip? Find reservations, rates, and more details here.

Have you been to any of these RV parks before? Where are some of your favorite places to stay on the West Coast that have great wineries nearby? We’d love to hear your thoughts below.