Cal Expo RV Park

Cal Expo RV Park

Location: 1600 EXPOSITION BLVD, Sacramento, California, 95815
Lat/Long: 38.586705 / -121.422911
Phone No: (916) 263-3187
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Amenities Onsite: Full hookups | Pull thru | 50amp | Restrooms | Showers | Laundry | Fairground shuttle bus | Paved camp roads | Paved pads | Limited shade | Big rigs to 50+- | Cell service | Pets ok | 24hr Security |  
Amenities Nearby : Downtown Sacramento | Shopping | Fuel | Markets | Restaurants |
Recreation Onsite: California State Fair | Bike trail | Horse racing | Dog park |  
Recreation Nearby: American River Bike Trail | Raging Waters Sacramento | Harness Racing |


California, Cal Expo RV Park


Northbound drivers in Downtown Sacramento can take either Interstate 5 or Highway 99 to Highway-80.  After crossing over the American River on Highway-80 going northbound, take the first exit onto Exposition Blvd and go east(right).  Also called Exit 9A.  Go east on Exposition Blvd to Eathan Way and take a right on Eathan (You will pass the fairground main entrance).  Continue a few blocks on eathan until you see the campground entrance on the right side.

The Campbase map is accurate for the locstin of the RV park. 


Cal Expo RV Park is located at the California State Fair.  Open all year with Approximately 115 RV only camp spots.  Big rigs up to 60 feet can be accommodated in the overflow yard however, most camp spots accommodate 38 foot RV's.  This is an asphalt parking area and there aren't many shaded spots.  Pull through, full hookups, laundry, and WiFi are available.  The WiFi was amazing, really fast.  Cellular service will be great for most carriers since the park is lcated near the downtown area.  Its actually quite fun to stay here when the fair is in town.  There is also the water park at the fair.  The fair entrance fee is just $12 and there is a fair bus that runs past the campground every 20 minutes.  In addition to the numerous things to do from this campground, there is also the American River Bike Trail that runs for several miles and goes right past the campground.  Its a paved bike trail.  The park atmosphere is adult-quiet.  No fire rings, No Cable TV, No tenting.  All-in-All, its a great place to stay. 

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