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Welcome to Greenwood, a lovely little town in beautiful Sussex County, Delaware. Located in the southwest corner of the state, and less than two hours from Washington DC, Greenwood is perfectly situated to explore the country’s capital, the state capital of Dover, as well as Baltimore, Maryland. Even with Greenwood’s proximity to large cities, a trip here also exposes you to lush forests and diverse wildlife.

The slogan of Greenwood is “A Nice Place to Live,” and that says it all. Greenwood had its start with the arrival of the railroad in 1856. A Greenwood, Delaware RV rental brings you to a small, village-like town with a historical background. It’s charming and peaceful here but provides a good base to explore. The easy road access to larger cities and the Delaware Bay coastline broadens your horizons significantly when you book an RV in Greenwood today.

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The Great Outdoors

Situated less than 20 miles from Delaware Bay, Greenwood is surrounded by amazing opportunities to explore the great outdoors, from state parks to national forests, and from national wildlife refuges to beaches and marshlands. Take your Greenwood motorhome rental in any direction and you’re likely to find abundant recreation opportunities, wildlife viewing, and fantastic scenery.

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is easy to reach in your Greenwood RV trailer rental by driving southeast for about an hour. The refuge was established to protect the habitat area for migratory waterfowl. With more than 27,000 expansive acres full of rich tidal marsh habitat, freshwater ponds, and floodplains it’s no wonder the birds love it here. It’s easy to spend hours hiking the trails with your camera and binoculars. Hunting and fishing are popular activities here too.

Just a few miles southwest in your Greenwood rental RV is Idyllwild State Wildlife Management Area, located on the Delaware/Maryland State line. This is a peaceful place, known primarily as a hunting ground in season, but it also features lovely pathways perfect for day hikes and wildlife viewing. The narrow trails take you through heavy woods towards open meadows, meandering creeks and duck ponds. If hiking isn’t your thing, try an afternoon of fishing or bird-watching.

Head 20 minutes east in your Greenwood luxury RV and you’ll find yourself at the Redden State Forest. This is a pristine natural area with mature hardwoods, and all manner of birds and other wildlife. A local favorite for its peaceful and serene setting, travel on the 44 miles of trails through forests and marshes by foot or on horseback. A popular spot for birding, there are even stations along some of the paths with binoculars that you can use.

RV Parks

With so many national forests, refuges, state lands, and regional parks, you’ll have no problem finding local spots to park your Greenwood rental camper. For a place with all the amenities, consider Massey’s Landing, half an hour away in Millsboro. The sites are full hookup with Wi-Fi and guests have the choice of visiting the pool or the beach. A restaurant and bar round out the notable features.

If the coast appeals to you, check out the campground at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, less than 30 miles from Greenwood. Pets are allowed and there are electricity hookups. The park is located at the point where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean so this opens up ample opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing. History fans can explore the nearby Fort Miles, a WWII military base, and view historic WWII towers from their campsite.

City Attractions

With a rich history and deep cultural ties, Greenwood is a wonderful place to learn about early American history, as well as the Civil War. For a peek into the 18th century, visit the Old State House, in Dover, an easy half hour drive in your Greenwood travel trailer rental. Built in 1791, the two-story building served as the capitol building until 1933. It’s beautifully restored and tours are provided. In less than 50 miles from Greenwood, you’ll find the famous Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park. Located within the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, this fascinating place explores the life and legacy of the famous abolitionist. There’s a 17-acre park, visitor center with exhibits, and picnic pavilions.

Kids of all ages will love the Delaware Children’s Museum, located in nearby Wilmington, Delaware, about an hour and a half north of Greenwood. Housed in a charming riverfront building, this museum and exploratorium is perfect for kids from toddlers to teens. Featuring many interactive exhibits, a climbing structure, and a fun water table, this is a great place to visit when traveling with children.

In Greenwood, you’ll find family casual basic eating spots, and fresh produce in season at nearby farm stands and markets. In the bigger cities like Dover, you’ll find just about any type of food you can think of, especially fresh seafood. Local orchards featuring peaches, apples, and pears are available to explore during the season and offer a wide variety of family-friendly fun.

Explore this fascinating and beautiful corner of the country, and book an RV rental in Greenwood, DE today.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Lee Meadow and Swamp Forest Loop Trail, DEMilford, DE
  • Redden State Forest Loop, DEGeorgetown, DE
  • Killens Pond Loop Trail, DEKillens Pond State Park, DE
  • Martinak Trail, MDMartinak State Park, MD
  • Nanticoke Wildlife Area Trail, DELaurel, DE
  • Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge Loop, DEMilton, DE
  • Trap Pond State Park Loop, DETrap Pond State Park, DE
  • Pee Wee's Trail and Tuckahoe Valley Loop Trail, MDTuckahoe State Park, MD
  • Amish Country Challenge, DEDover, DE
  • Junction and Breakwater Trail, DECape Henlopen State Park, DE

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