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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Paris is a small town and the county seat of Edgar County, Illinois, and is centered between the major cities of Indianapolis and Springfield. Paris, IL was established in 1826 as the result of a land grant made for the purpose of creating a county seat. A local urban myth suggests that the town's name was taken from a jack-oak tree that had the word “Paris” carved into its trunk. Paris has been home to a couple of professional baseball teams, the Paris Parisians and the Paris Lakers. The Paris Lakers played baseball in the 1950s, becoming the Midwest League Champions in 1956; they were an affiliate lower tier club belonging to the Chicago Cubs.
Book an RV in Edgar County, and you are one step closer to fulfilling the trip of your dreams. Your vacation is a good opportunity to visit and explore the surrounding natural areas and other towns and cities. Danville began as a coal mining town (and an important one), then later became an integral industrial city in the late 19th and earlier 20th centuries. Champaign is often referred to as the hub of the Silicon Prairies, due to the presence of numerous tech startup businesses. Effingham refers to itself as "The Crossroads of Opportunity" due to its proximity to the intersection of Interstates I-57 and I-70. Your Paris RV rental is your RSVP to experience and enjoy the culture of this area.
Kickapoo State Recreation Area is a semi-developed outdoor recreation area with trails for hiking and cycling; some of the trails are paved while others are soft earth. The trails are clearly marked and wind their way through tree stands and undergrowth, or past open fields where visitors might be fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of the resident wildlife. The park is a haven for some wintering or migrating bird species; visitors may also fish from the river banks with the appropriate permits.
Walnut Point State Park is a cultivated recreational park with both natural and wooden platform trails, and some internal paved roads. Much of the area is undisturbed save for the trails, and there are some wooden observation platforms scattered throughout the park. The park has a playground and a cafe; wooded areas are lightly populated with a minimal amount of undergrowth between the trees. It has campground and picnic spots, and a monument to the men and women of the Armed Forces who have fought and died in service of their country. Park your Paris camper rental nearby, and you can take a rest between or after your outdoor activities.
Wolf Creek State Park is a cultivated recreational park situated on Lake Shelbyville, offering the public opportunities to camp, hike and fish, and engage in water-based activities. The park is clean and well managed, with sandy beaches and opportunities to view the resident wildlife.
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds near Paris, IL, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Paris RV trailer rental is your guarantee of a relaxing vacation no matter where you decide to stay.
Hebron Hills Camping is a 30-minute drive west of Paris, near the small town of Oakland. This RV campground is nestled amongst the trees with nature trails for hiking and biking, badminton and basketball courts, and much more. Guests can enjoy the swimming pool to ward off the heat or enjoy the shade of their full hookups campsites. There are a few one-room cabins for rent, and some of the sites are for tent camping.
When you rent an RV in Paris, IL, you can check out a local pottery studio where customers can paint (if they wish) the pottery items that have already been shaped for them. The business also offers glass fusing, canvas paintings, and other art forms in addition to the pottery. It is a family-run business that also hosts classes and arts events. There is an 1891 courthouse with beautiful Romanesque revival architecture that history buffs will want to see.
When it is time for dinner, Paris has a good dining scene. One family restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and has an open dining room. The prices are reasonable and the portions large, and they are able to accommodate takeout orders. Guests have the option of eating in or asking for takeout. Ask to have your leftovers wrapped and take them home to your luxury RV rental near Paris for a late-night snack enjoyed under a starry Illinois sky.