Vineyard Rv Park

Address: 4985 Midway Road, Vacaville, California, 95688, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 4985 Midway Road, Vacaville, is near Vacaville Premium Outlets and Nut Tree Family Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Vacaville

    Chapter 49 Home Among The Gum Trees

    A travel blog entry by romabeach on Jul 24, 2015

    17 photos

    ... eventually across the Oakland Bay Bridge through San Francisco and onto Interstate 80 East for our return to Vacaville.

    Turning around one bend the sight of kite surfers plying their skills in the evening light made a very pleasant view.

    Once again groves of Gum Trees line the edge of the road, it could be any coastal drive in Australia. The Great Ocean Road drive back home is one of the most spectacular journeys you can ...

    Wine, Wine everywhere but too early to drink!!!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Oct 07, 2013

    5 comments, 22 photos

    Day 160 - Today we drove to Vacaville and tomorrow we will visit Wine Country for real. Up to Napa and possibly back to Sonoma (we did drive through there this morning). The area is beautiful. I found lots of old barns, and spectacular looking Vineyards with large homes and beautiful landscaping. We passed by Jacuzzi Vineyards - ...

    V.Sattui and Sterling Wineries

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 13, 2013

    29 photos

    ... ALL.

    With full tummies we headed to our next stop which was the Sterling Vineyards that sports the ONLY tram ride to a winery in the WORLD (at least that is what their literature says). We passed a sign for Silver Oaks which is the winery owned by Durango Purgatory's owner Ray Duncan. They ONLY make ONE type of wine and it is red and expensive, so we just waved as we drove by.

    The Sterling Winery was one of ...

    Wine and Art....

    A travel blog entry by travellerbruce on Dec 17, 2012

    8 photos

    ... combined art and wine). Eventually, we ended up at the Sterling Winery where they have a very good tour (including a gondola ride to the top of the hill to survey the valley) which culminated in a tasting by a blazing fire. All very nice. In addition, we got a glimpse of the "Real Castle" that everybody was raving about... An Italian castle which had been brought over and re-constructed brick-by-brick.


    Wine, Wine Whine......Ouch I Hurt!

    A travel blog entry by samber06 on Sep 12, 2012

    8 photos

    ... on Fishermans Warf was missing! .... see! told you we had enough material for "Hangover part 3"

    Finally figure out we must have left it at the pub last night! ****! ok well lets pack up.... head back into town, grab a coffee and see if we can get the bag back? I'm on coffee duty and Jim heads back to the pub (sounds familar actually! LOL)

    He comes back with bag in hand! .... nice work! ... "the ...