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Begin your summer on the right foot, and rent an RV near Sunfox Campground in eastern Connecticut, a lovely destination close to many of the region’s best attractions. Beaches, state parks, casinos, and great cities like Norwich, New London, and Providence are all a stone’s throw away when you camp near Lisbon, Connecticut.
Sunfox is conveniently located just off of Interstate 395 outside of Norwich, incredibly easy to reach with your campervan rental. The campsites at Sunfox Campground range from small tent sites to large, full hook-up RV sites with electricity, water, and sewer connections. Cable TV and wireless internet are included for those renting premium campsites. Showers and restrooms are scattered throughout the park in several locations too.
There is a great deal of fun to be had for the whole family when you go camping at Sunfox Campground. The large swimming pool and hot tub present a fabulous opportunity to kick back, relax, swim, and sunbathe. Further swimming can be done at the park’s pond and beachfront swimming area, with its own jumping pillow and waterslide. Children can burn off some energy at the kickball field, playground, and mini-golf course, and the whole family can go for a hike and grab a tasty meal at the RV campground’s snack bar after a long day in the woods.
There are plenty of forests, parks, and beaches to enjoy while you take a trip to this mesmerizing part of New England. Sunfox Campground is located in eastern Connecticut, perhaps the most rural and naturally beautiful parts of the Nutmeg State. Places like Hopeville Pond State Park and Quinebaug Lake State Park are excellent places to visit when you rent a camper near Norwich.
Quinebaug Lake State Park is just 30 minutes' drive north of Sunfox Campground. The park has lavish beaches surrounding a wide-open reservoir, with boat launches, fishing coves, and swimming areas to enjoy. Hopeville Pond State Park is a few miles east of the Sunfox campsites and has magical hiking trails winding through peaceful forests, and a fantastic pond that serves as the central focus of the park. You can go swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, or biking while visiting, and there are even camping facilities to stay the night with your Lisbon campervan rental.
Gillette Castle State Park is one of Connecticut’s most unique and famous parks, once belonging to famed stage actor William Gillette. This amazing park overlooks the Connecticut River, with the ruins of a once magnificent castle. You can tour the ruins, or learn about the park at the visitor center, where you can learn from docents about the castle.
Rocky Neck State Park is on the gorgeous Long Island Sound. Head 30 minutes' drive south of the campground and you can be on the park's brilliant beaches, which provide some fantastic swimming and sun tanning opportunities. There are some great hiking trails and camping facilities to utilize while you're here.
Norwich is the easiest city to access while camping at Sunfox Campground, no more than 15 minutes’ drive from your campsite. There are lots of cafes, restaurants, shops, and old factories you can see in this former industrial powerhouse, with a slew of historic buildings like the Leffingwell House Museum. This old colonial-style home was built in the mid-1600s before the United States was even a country. You can tour the house to observe antique furniture on display while learning about the historical figures and famous people who traveled through Norwich.
Another great place to check out on a rainy day is the Slater Memorial Museum, found on the campus of the Norwich Free Academy. This epic learning institution has artwork from every continent, with massive statues, tapestries, and paintings decorating the halls of the building. Equal parts history museum and art museum, Slater Memorial Museum is one of the best places to see in all of Connecticut.
If you head a bit farther south to the shores of the Long Island Sound, the Mystic Aquarium is one of the country’s best, containing a long list of stunning sea creatures and other marine life. Unique aquatic animals like spotted wobbegong sharks, Atlantic stingrays, giant Pacific octopuses, and an array of saltwater fish can be seen here. Penguins, jellyfish, beluga whales, and sea lions are among the most popular animals, but there is much more to see and discover at this fantastic aquarium near the Atlantic shore. Join an animal encounter to come face-to-face with sea lions or seals, or splash in with the belugas at the Arctic Coast exhibit.