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On the Indiana-Kentucky border, only five miles from Louisville, you’ll find the spirited and thriving city of New Albany, Indiana. It’s nestled along the Ohio River among rolling hills and lush fields. New Albany was founded by the Scribner brothers from New York in 1813. They named the city after the Albany in New York. The home of the eldest brother still stands in its original location when it was built in 1814. Main Street is a vibrant collection of 19th-century mansions. They were built during the shipping center days of the late 1800s. The Culbertson Mansion is New Albany’s iconic centerpiece and a state memorial. New Albany lies in the heart of Southern Indiana and is central to several impressive and vast forests, as well as many popular waterways, making the city a prime destination for those looking for a natural getaway. Make some memories that will last a lifetime and book an RV in New Albany.

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The Great Outdoors

Make your great escape with a rental RV in New Albany. One of the first places you should take the New Albany rental camper is Falls of the Ohio State Park. It’s one of the most popular parks in the area and for good reason. While you’re here, you can hike along many trails, including one that takes trekkers along an ancient fossil bed. The park is a prime fishing destination for anglers with large populations of sauger, bass, and catfish. Get out on the water in your boat, kayak or canoe. There’s also an interpretive center which is home to huge exhibits, many with hands-on features. For great fun and excellent camping, bring the New Albany travel trailer rental to Charlestown State Park. The campground has full hookups and spacious sites. The park has rugged hills and ravines that run deep with many hiking trails to explore the land. While hiking you can access fossil outcrops and a scenic vista of the Ohio River. The park is a popular birding destination being home to more than 70 species of bird including bald eagles and osprey.

For outdoor adventure and family fun, head over to E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park in the New Albany rental motorhome. Go for a swim at the pool or play some tennis. There are several trails to explore and your dog is welcome too. Practice hitting targets at the archery range or plan a picnic in the park. Nature lovers ought to take the New Albany camper rental out to O'Bannon Woods State Park in Corydon. The park stretches across 2,000 acres and is part of the vast Harrison-Crawford State Forest. The Blue River flows through the park and offers prime fishing, boating and paddling opportunities. The park has several trails to hike or bike. It’s also home to the Wyandotte Caves, which are open to the public. One of the most popular park attractions in the giant swimming pool with waterslides that are perfect for a day of family fun.

RV Parks

You won’t have to look far to find a great place to park the RV rental in New Albany. Grand Trails RV Park is one of the options. The grounds are peaceful and well kept. You’ll find spacious campsites with full hookups and WiFi. There’s a pool for guests to enjoy and laundry facilities on site. Plus, the park is conveniently located near excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. Brooks RV Park is another place to stay. The park is well kept and offers guests a place to relax and unwind. The campsites have gravel parking spaces with full hookups and lush grassy areas. The park is easy to get to and within three miles of two gorgeous golf courses.

Louisville North Campground is another place to park the New Albany camper rental. It’s family and pet-friendly with a playground and dog park. There’s a camp kitchen for guests to use as well as shower facilities, laundry rooms, a snack bar, a convenience store and more. It’s also central to some of the biggest and most popular attractions in the area.

For a place that’s centered around family fun, bring the New Albany rental motorhome to Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, in Scottsburg. It’s home of Raintree Lake, which is great for fishing and paddling. There are hiking trails to explore, a swimming pool and a mini-golf course to enjoy. The campsites include full hookups and plenty of room to sprawl.

Exploring the City

There’s a little something for everyone in New Albany. It’s a hub of fantastic restaurants and lively entertainment venues. There are also plenty of specialty stores, boutiques and antique shops to peruse. New Albany has a slew of museums and galleries too. The Floyd County Museum and the Carnegie Center for Art and History are some of the most popular. For a wet and wild time, head over to River Run Family Water Park. It features a splash zone, water slides, and a lazy river. New Albany hosts many events and festivals throughout the year. One of the biggest events is the Harvest Homecoming festival. It takes place each October in downtown New Albany and features live music, rides, shows, booths, foods, vendors and more. If you’re ready for an adventure, get yourself into an RV rental in New Albany, IN.

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