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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
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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When you rent a travel trailer in Fort Wayne, Indiana, you’ll find yourself at an excellent location for easy travel to various areas, just 90 miles to Toledo, Ohio and about 100 miles to Indianapolis.
A quick trip to Fort Wayne will be sure to prove why this city was awarded the All-America City award multiple times. Truly, this is the city that has it all: a bustling downtown area full of theaters, museums and restaurants, and beautiful Indiana countryside, with historical landmarks throughout. If you’d prefer to leave your Fort Wayne RV rental parked at your campground, the Fort Wayne metro area offers a public transit system known as Citilink which offers passengers transportation across the municipality.
Though land-locked, the state of Indiana offers outdoor enthusiasts plenty of opportunities to get out on the water. Fort Wayne itself is home to three rivers: St. Mary’s, St. Joseph and the Maumee. Not only does this provide kayakers plenty of water trails to enjoy, but also encourages boaters to get out on the water, too.
Fort Wayne also boasts many walking and biking trails alongside the rivers, so plan to get out there and enjoy those waterfront views. The Fort Wayne trails tend to be incredibly clean and safe, and provide access to numerous parks, facilities and even entertainment venues as you cruise with a city view.
Didn’t bring a bike? No problem. Fort Wayne offers a widespread bikeshare program to explore their over 81 miles of bike trails. This enables you to have access to a bike for any given period of time, ranging from hourly to monthly to yearly.
Fort Wayne has over 80 public parks within its city borders. These parks offer a variety of amenities, with one of the most famous being Johnny Appleseed Park, which boasts an on-site campground and is the location of Johnny Appleseed’s original grave site. The park also has a dog park, playground and river greenway access. Brought your clubs? You’re in luck. When you book an RV in Allen County, you’ll find over 20 golf courses to enjoy!
In nearby Albion, you’ll find Chain O Lakes State Park, a haven for boaters. This park is home to 11 lakes total, eight of which are connecting. When you’re not boating at Chain O Lakes State Park, you’ll find over 10 miles of hiking trails, and even cross-country skiing in the winter.
Johnny Appleseed Campground offers 36 sites, full hookups, a dump station and river access with a boat launch. Pets are allowed and can romp in the on-site Camp Canine Dog park. The sites are large, flat and allow for big rigs, and this campground is also proximal to many activities the city of Fort Wayne has to offer, such as the Children’s Zoo, Glenbrook Mall and the Allen County Public Library.
The Bluffton KOA is located in a wooded area and provides a serene environment for campers to relax in, and offers amenities like a pool, Kamping Kitchen, pavilion and more. Some scheduled weekend activities include water balloon fights, sand volleyball, face painting, outdoor movies and more.
Getting to the area to pick up your RV rental in Fort Wayne, IN, is easy as the city offers two municipal airports, one of which is Fort Wayne International Airport. Amtrak passenger rail service also runs within 25 miles of Fort Wayne.
When visiting Fort Wayne, you’ll have access to all that the great state of Indiana has to offer, all within a short drive. If your trip happens to fall at the right time, the Johnny Appleseed Festival and Three Rivers Festival are not to be missed. These large-scale festivals each draw over 300,000 visitors to the area and feature local cuisine, craft vendors, contests, raft races, fireworks and more.
There is always something going on at Parkview Field. Home of the Fort Wayne Tincaps (a Minor League Baseball team), this field and stadium also doubles as a concert and entertainment venue. If you’re traveling with children on the Fort Wayne motorhome rental vacation, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo could be a good stop. The zoo has been operating since 1965 and has been placed on a list of “Top Ten Zoos for Kids” in Parents magazine.
Whether you’re biking, hiking, attending festivals, or just relaxing at a ball game, your camper rental in Fort Wayne will offer you the flexibility and freedom to tackle it all at your own speed.