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Campervan Rental in Sacramento

Sacramento is the capital of California and the largest city of Sacramento County. Located at the confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers in Northern California’s Sacramento Valley, the city is the seat of the Governor of California and the California Legislature, making it the state’s political hub.

Sacramento has been dubbed the most “hipster city” in California and is known for its diverse, contemporary culture. Multiple listings rank it among the most diverse cities in the United States, with people of all racial and religious backgrounds taking up residence.

As one of the most historic cities in California, Sacramento boasts an excellent array of parks, landmarks, amenities, and other points of interest. Millions of people each year make their way to the city to experience the unique culture and awesome attractions including the California State Capital, Tower Bridge, and Old Sacramento.

If you’re looking for a diverse city that’s still got its old-world charm then you can’t go past Sacramento.

Getting there

  • By car: Sacramento is situated at the intersection of Interstate 5, Interstate 80, U.S. 50, and California 99. There are a number of roads in and out of the capital leaving you spoiled for choice when traveling by car in the area.
  • By plane: Sacramento International Airport services the Sacramento area and its surroundings. Located just 10.5 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento, the airport serves as the main gateway to the California State Capital.
  • By train: The Amtrak Capitol Corridor line runs through Sacramento from Auburn through to San Jose. It’s one of the best ways to get around Northern California, connecting Sacramento to every major city up the coast.

Places to visit

  • Sacramento Zoo - The Sacramento Zoo grew from a very small park that housed about 40 animals to the multiple-acre zoo you’ll get to experience today. Presently the zoo has 400 animals from all over the world and it focuses its energy on recreation, education, and conservation.
  • The Dive Bar - If you’re a sucker for a good gimmick and a good drink, the Dive Bar is for you. Above the bar is a swimming tank that holds 7,500 gallons of water through which swim mermaids and mermen throughout the day.

Parking

Sacramento parking meters will vary in price depending on the length of your park and the location you’ve chosen. Parking meters are enforced Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm unless you’re parking in Old Sacramento, in which case your parking will be metered on Sunday as well.

Sacramento is also host to a number of dedicated car garages and lots. Prices will vary depending on where you choose to park with the outer limits of the city being the most cost-effective.

Annual Events in Sacramento

Sacramento Juneteenth Festival - Juneteenth Festival is celebrated to remember and commemorate the end of slavery of African American people on the 19th of June 1865. An important American holiday, it’s celebrated across the United States, including in Sacramento.

Aftershock Festival - If you’re a metal, hardcore, or rock fan then you can’t miss Sacramento’s Aftershock Festival. A three-day event, it draws huge crowds from all around the country, putting on a rollicking good show for thousands of rock fans.

  • Sacramento Aloha Festival - The Sacramento Aloha Festival brings regional Pacific Islander and Hawaiian entertainment to the capital. Featuring Polynesian merchandise, foods, arts, and crafts it’s a great way to immerse yourself in Polynesian culture and enjoy the area’s rich history.

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