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Discover Hartford, CT
Mark Twain was renowned for his love to travel and adventurous spirit. For modern day adventurers, Hartford, Connecticut, home of the Mark Twain museum, is a fitting destination. Discover this quaint East Coast town and its surrounding natural wonders when you book an RV rental in Hartford.
Centrally located in the middle of Connecticut, Hartford is an easy drive from either New York City or Boston, MA. The idyllic countryside and sweet New England charm surrounding the city is a lovely reminder of the days of yore. Known for its historic mansions, museums, gardens, art and close proximity to fantastic fishing spots and pristine nature trails there is always something to do in and around Hartford.
The Great Outdoors
Hartford, CT is circled by a number of State Parks that offer fantastic hiking, cave exploration, paddling, fishing, and swimming opportunities. After you pick up your camper rental in Hartford, your outdoor adventure is ready to begin.
Head south to the large expanse of Cockaponset State Forest and Pattaconk Lake Recreation Area for some woodland rest and relaxation. Here you will find a 16,000-acre nature area that offers a large network of hiking and biking trails through wooded areas and by waterways. Rocky outcrops makes this area visually stunning and fun to traverse. This park also explodes in color during the fall, so if you decide to rent a motorhome in Hartford during the autumn months, this vibrant drive is well worth the trip.
There are a number of excellent parks all along the Connecticut River including Gillette Castle State Park. This unique destination features a medieval type structure built between 1914-1919 by William Gillette. The grounds and walking trails are open for exploration as well.
For fun in the sun, travel a little further south to the Atlantic shoreline and take a break on the inviting sandy beaches of Hammonasset Beach State Park. Here, you can take advantage of the local saltwater fishing charters for an opportunity to “land the big catch.”
Once you’ve picked up your RV Rental from Hartford, Connecticut, there are a number of RV parks available that offer a wide range of amenities and a great place to call home while you are here on your adventure.
Head west towards Waterbury, and you will find Bear Creek Campground. This fun, family-friendly park is located right next to Lake Compounce & Crocodile Cove theme & water parks. Discounted admission tickets are available to campers along with special themed weekend events. The kids will have an absolute blast plus leashed pets are welcome as well!
When a simple RV campsite surrounded by the soft sounds of nature is more your speed, head towards Thomaston to Black Rock State Park, set in the scenic rolling meadows of the Western Highlands. Black Rock is a designated trout park which means that fishing areas are stocked on a regular basis. This allows young and novice anglers a better chance at catching their very own trout. A trout and salmon stamp is required, so make sure to get the proper licensing ahead of time.
If your travels take you south towards Marlborough, check out Nelson’s Family Campground. This 175-acre campground has been family owned since 1964 and has a pool, laundry facilities, snack bar, mini golf, bingo and more. There’s something fun for everyone. This would make an ideal place to park your camper rental from Hartford.
Exploring The City
The Mark Twain House and Museum is a must see so consider carving out some time to explore it. Learn about the life and times of this iconic American author and legend. The 1874 mansion is a marvel in itself and has been painstakingly restored to keep its history alive. Take a leisurely walk around the manicured grounds and gardens to walk in the steps of the great Samuel Clemens himself.
Art aficionados will want to make sure to visit the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art. The museum’s collection consists of nearly 50,000 works of art, with everything from Greek antiquities to contemporary pieces and a wide variety of works in between. This is home to one of the best collections of Hudson River School landscapes in the world.
The kids will have a fun time learning about science with the interactive exhibits at the Connecticut Science Center. There are over 165 hands-on exhibits designed to engage young minds and keep little fingers busy. There’s something for everyone including a real butterfly encounter, virtual tour of the Connecticut River, dinosaur fossil dig and journey through space.
Rent an RV and discover Hartford, Connecticut and the surrounding state parks in comfort. There’s a new fun thing to see a do every day!
RV Rentals in Hartford, CT
Hartford, CT is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Hartford. Outdoorsy's Hartford RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Hartford are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, and Lehigh Gorge State Park.
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