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Discover Kokomo, IN

When you book an RV in Kokomo, you’ll have easy access to the big-city attractions and amenities of Indianapolis. You can also enjoy the natural beauty of the Hoosier National Forest, the Wabash River, the Edmund and Virginia Ball Nature Preserve near Syracuse, and the Chain O’Lakes State Park. Kokomo is known as the “City of Firsts.” The Elwood Haynes House, the Kokomo City Building, the Kokomo Country Club Golf Course, the Kokomo Courthouse Square Historic District, the Old Silk Stocking Historic District, and the Seiberling Mansion are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

If you’d like to learn more about the area you’ll be visiting when you have an RV rental in Kokomo, Indiana, make sure to visit the City of Kokomo, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development, This Is Kokomo, and the Greater Kokomo Visitors Bureau for updated information on area attractions, events, promotions, and a visitors’ guide. The Kokomo Tribune is a daily newspaper, and the Kokomo Perspective publishes weekly. The Kokomo City-Line Trolley is a fixed-route transportation system with bus routes that run past a total of exactly 275 stops.

The Great Outdoors

You can visit the city-operated Jackson Morrow Park with your motorhome rental in Kokomo. The park covers 100 acres and includes Kokomo Pipeline Skate Park, picnic shelters, and the Kirkendall Nature Center with exhibits of both mounted and live animals. The Jackson Morrow Walkpath is 1.3 miles long and paved for easy access. It is excellent for wildflower viewing in season, and there is a guide to the native flowers. Special events and family-friendly programs are held throughout the year, including the annual Haunted Trail Walk.

Kokomo has several rivers and waterways that you can explore with an RV rental near Kokomo, including Wildcat Creek, Eel River, and the Mississinewa Reservoir. You can rent canoes, single and double kayaks, and pedal fishing kayaks. Lessons are available, and canoes and kayaks can be modified by an Adaptive Paddling Certified instructor. The canoes and kayaks can even be delivered to your desired location.

You can also walk or bike the Industrial Heritage Trail when you rent a motorhome in Kokomo. The four-mile trail links historic industrial sites with downtown and intersects the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence. It includes information markers near significant areas and resting spaces with benches, with one rest area near a public art display close to Kokomo Opalescent Glass. This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and open green space as well as learn about some of the reasons why Kokomo is known as a “city of firsts.”

RV Parks

You’ll need a place to park your travel trailer rental in Kokomo, and you can start at the Springhill Campground. The campground features a six-acre lake stocked with catfish and more. Other campground amenities include a swimming pool, a playground, restrooms, and a well-stocked camp store. RV sites offer full hookups.

The Mississinewa Lake State Park Campground is another place to consider parking the motorhome rental near Kokomo. The park offers outdoor recreation, water sports, trails, picnic facilities, ranger programs, restrooms and showers, and concessions and a camp store. Sites feature full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings/grills.

You can also call Tall Sycamore Campgrounds your temporary home with an RV trailer rental near Kokomo. The campground provides a swimming pool, fishing, sports and recreation fields, playgrounds, a recreation hall with a fireplace, fire pits, a camp store, and WiFi. RV sites offer full hookups.

Walmart is often welcoming to RV travelers, even sometimes permitting RVers to park in their lots overnight. It's best to verify this with store management before preparing to park your RV rental in Kokomo, IN for the night at the Walmart Supercenter in town.

Exploring the City

You can visit the Howard County Historical Society when you rent an RV in town. The complex includes the Seiberling Mansion, the Elliott House, and two carriage houses. The Seiberling Mansion now houses the county museum and the Howard County Hall of Legends. The Historical Archives hold documents and photographs; reproduction photos are available for sale. Guided tours are available, and special events and programs are held throughout the year.

You may want to plan your trip with the best RV rental in Kokomo so that you can take part in one of the monthly First Friday downtown celebrations. Kokomo’s downtown is a thriving mix of arts, food, shopping, and more and the First Fridays show off the best of what the downtown district has to offer. Themes may include sculpture walks, movie nights, chili tastings, and other celebrations that are fun for all ages and stages of life.

Visit the city's antique mall with your Kokomo RV rental by owner and be entranced by the three stories of antiques, collectibles, and other vintage items. The treasures you may encounter include coins, pottery, jewelry, primitives, linens, furniture, historical and Native American artifacts, toys, fishing collectibles, and more. With over 70 vendors, the stock and displays are constantly changing, so it is never the same store twice.

When it comes time to refuel the Kokomo RV rental, there are numerous service stations, truck stops, and convenience stores in the area, so you should have no difficulty finding either gasoline or diesel fuel.

RV Rentals in Kokomo, IN

Kokomo, IN is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Kokomo. Outdoorsy's Kokomo 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 Kokomo are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Starved Rock State Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Clifty Falls, Pinckney Recreation Area, and Morgan Monroe State Forest.

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Nearby Campgrounds

White River Campground

campground Cicero, IN
Relax by a placid river at White River Campground, located just 20 miles northwest of Carmel. This campground is just one part of the larger River Road County Park. The site itself encompasses 26 acres of forested terrain that is ideal for hiking, canoeing, bird-watching, or wildlife viewing. Many aspects of the park are inspired by the ancient history of this site, which is steeped in the archaic traditions of the Woodland People. As you travel through the park, you notice much of the decor was inspired by the artistic traditions of its first residents. Sites have ample space, and are designed for enjoying the peace and quiet of the outdoors. Picnic tables and shelters on the site are convenient gathering spaces for friends and family. Daily and weekly rates are available for RVs, and guests can choose from sites with full hookups, those with just electrical and water, or opt for rustic campsites. There is also a boat launch, dump house, recreation room and shelter house available for guests to use for a small extra fee.

Mounds State Park

campground Anderson, IN
Mounds State Park, located off I-69 east of Anderson, features 10 unique earthworks built by prehistoric Indians known as the Adena-Hopewell people. The largest earthwork, the Great Mound, is believed to have been constructed around 160 B.C. Archaeological surveys indicate the mounds were used as gathering for religious ceremonies, from where astronomical alignments could be viewed. RV Camping sites features pull-through sites, big rig access, tent camping, restrooms, showers. Facilities include hookups and connectivity, 30 amp/ 50 amp, water, sewer, and wi-fi. This is a family friendly environment. Pets are welcome. Recreational opportunities include walking trails, recreation room, gym/workout facilities, beach access, marina, and boat ramp. During the summer, the swimming pool and splash pad are open, and in the winter, you can sled down the hills. Mounds State Park is the perfect spot for an RV vacation. The Park has everything you need to make your stay cozy and comfortable. You can enjoy the peace and serenity of the Park and you are only minutes away from Anderson.

Crawfordsville KOA

campground Lafayette, IN
It's always a thrill to stay at a KOA and at Crawfordsville KOA offers a peaceful, scenic setting to enjoy while you spend time in Indiana. Crawfordsville is about 30 miles south of Lafayette. I Old country roads lead to over 30 covered bridges as well as old mills and small Indiana towns full of antiques. The Campground is a place that the family dog will enjoy. The animal-loving staff offers a pet-walking service too. You will enjoy relaxing at your campsite, whether it's a long, shady pull thru or a cozy Camping Cabin. The peaceful country setting includes many trees and a kaleidoscope of colorful flowers. The pool and playground keep guests of all ages entertained.RV facilities include 60 spaces, gravel sites, (50), 30/50 amp, pull-thrus (48), full hookups (30), and back-ins (30 x 45). The KOA also features a fire pit and pavilion. You also find canoe rentals, hiking trails, horseback riding and lovely state parks nearby.

Columbian Park Zoo

attraction Lafayette, IN
A visit to the Columbian Park Zoo in Lafayette is a great way to spend the day with family and friends. The Zoo?s mission is to encourage the appreciation of the world?s wildlife, to enhance the preservation and conservation of biodiversity and to inspire educational discovery and exploration in a fun, family-oriented environment for all citizens of the Greater Lafayette Area. Their collection of animals covers the whole globe. The Columbian Park Zoo has a long history in Indiana. The park was renamed in 1892 to ?Columbian Park? after the Chicago World?s Fair. The fair celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus? discovery of America. The park officially opened in 1893. Rush Pavilion and the original boathouse were constructed in 1899. One of the popular attractions at the Zoo is the Historic Animal House. The Historic Animal House of Columbian Park Zoo was built in 1928 and has housed a variety of animals from small birds up to an elephant. Today, although the interior is no longer open to the public, it provides important housing for off-exhibit animals and breeding programs, as well as inside living quarters for primates. Patrons can see several species alongside the exterior Animal House, including spider monkeys, gibbons, and porcupines.

Big Oak Park

campground Muncie, IN
If it's a nice quiet campground you're looking for when in Muncie, Indiana, then you'll want to check in to Big Oak Park where, as the name suggests, the abundance of really big old oak trees will give you plenty of shade from the summer heat The same trees are also quite effective at blocking out a good amount of city and highway noise. Close enough to the highway for easy access, and just 4 miles off the interstate, Big Oak Park offers reasonably level, grassy pull throughs with ample elbow room, lots of shade, and picnic tables. Hookups include 30 and 50 amp electric, plus water and sewer. The owners are very friendly and hospitable, and if you call ahead they will reserve a site for you and meet you on arrival to direct you in, unless you would rather just arrive and pick your own site. The park is pet friendly, however the campground is rather rustic, so there are are no amenities to speak of.

The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art

attraction Lafayette, IN
The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art in Lafayette is dedicated to the art and artists of Indiana. The Mansion was originally the State of Connecticut building at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Connecticut chose architect Edward T. Hapgood to design the building. The state wanted their pavilion to represent a country gentleman's home, and the architect patterned the building after the 1820 Sigourney Mansion in Hartford. Many components were taken from the 1760 Hubbard-Slater Mansion in Norwich including the front entryway, various interior columns, and door capitals. The mansion was designed and built to be moved after the World's Fair. It was dismantled and moved to Lafayette, Indiana, immediately after the Fair by Mr. and Mrs.William Potter and became their personal residence. There are only 15 known buildings surviving from the Fair, and the Haan Mansion is most true to its original design and purpose of the 13 buildings removed from the grounds. Tours are offered Wednesday through Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm.

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