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Discover Independence, KY

Although the town of Independence sits in Kentucky, it is considered a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio. Separated by the Ohio River, northern Kentucky and southern Ohio blend together to create a wonderful mix of cultures of the north and the south. With rural comfort and urban amenities, Independence is a wonderful place to rent an RV because it is so balanced in terms of what it offers. Only a 15-minute drive from the big city of Cincinnati, Independence is in close proximity to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, two major interstate highways, and all of the natural beauty that Kentucky possesses. When you book an RV in Independence, Kentucky, you’ll kickstart one of your most memorable vacations. Louisville and Lexington are less than 100 miles away and ideal cities to visit with your Independence motorhome rental.

Natural Beauty

Memorial Park, Glenhurst Park, and Lincoln Ridge Park are just a few of the parks to stop by with the RV rental in Independence. All of the parks administered by the town are expertly maintained to provide wide pitches of luscious, green grass perfect for recreation and sport. Each park has a playground or two, as well as pavilions for picnics or small gatherings. Memorial Park even hosts concerts, movie nights, and other events throughout the summer months. Kenton County Public Park has playgrounds and basketball courts and an 18-hole public golf course, so you can get some exercise while on vacation.

Hoosier National Forest is worthy of a visit in your Independence camper rental, although it will take you over the state line into neighboring Indiana. The forest sits upon karst deposits which make for incredible cave systems, while the wilderness areas within the park do not allow motorized vehicles, so trekking, bicycling, or horseback riding are the only way to access the backcountry.

Daniel Boone National Forest is another valid destination, as it is the largest forest in the state of Kentucky. This popular, protected naturescape attracts over a million people to the many recreation areas scattered throughout its borders. With 600 miles of trails and over a hundred recreation areas, Daniel Boone National Forest definitely encompasses the beauty of the Bluegrass State quite well.

The other can’t-miss spot for you and your Independence motorhome rental is Mammoth Caves National Park, a sprawling park containing the longest cave system on the planet, the Mammoth Cave. With more than 400 miles of surveyed passageways, this World Heritage site is important for the countless species of bats that call it home.

Around Town

Independence is wonderful in its own right, but might be considered to be lacking in attractions. However, the town is chock-full of restaurants with fine southern comfort food and BBQ and there are also a handful of exciting shops to peruse.

There are also a few wineries, breweries, and distilleries in the area. Gaines Tavern History Center is on the National Register of Historic Places and features some gorgeous architecture that takes you back to the 18th century. This old tavern was once an important stop along the old Covington & Lexington Turnpike and served as a spot for weary travelers to rest.

Saint Mary’s Cathedral of the Assumption is a spectacle to behold for both the religious and non-religious alike. The stunning basilica is masterfully built and maintained, and each stained glass window is a work of art. You can head into Cincinnati if you want to see even more big-city attractions like the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden or the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Accommodating RVs

Independence, Kentucky, is a fantastic place to rent an RV, even if there are not a whole lot of places to stay overnight in town. The surrounding area has a few options that are perfect for visitors, and the state of Kentucky as a whole is quite accommodating should you choose to drive farther and explore the Bluegrass State.

Oak Creek Campground in Walton has an in-ground pool and wireless internet in addition to many other amenities. This family-owned campground can keep children entertained with its playgrounds and outdoors areas.

A.J. Jolly Park and Campground is one of the oldest and largest county parks in Kentucky and has a large 200-acre fishing lake for swimming and boating, too. Cincinnati South Campground is a short drive south of town and has a pool coupled with a helpful convenience store and a gift shop. Boone National Forest has some exceptional camping facilities should you venture off that far south.

RV Rentals in Independence, KY

Independence, KY is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Independence. Outdoorsy's Independence 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 Independence are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Mammoth Cave National Park, Hocking Hills State Park, Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, and Obed Wild and Scenic River.

What's around Independence, KY

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Auxier Ridge Trail Stanton Kentucky
Grays Arch Loop Trail Slade Kentucky
Double Arch Trail Stanton Kentucky
Asbury Trails Wilmore Kentucky
Glen Helen Multi-Trail Loop Yellow Springs Ohio
Berea Forest Trail Berea Kentucky
Clifty Falls State Park Loop Trail Madison Indiana
Natural Bridge and Battleship Rock Trail Slade Kentucky
Rock Bridge Trail Out and Back Pine Ridge Kentucky
Raven Run Nature Sanctuary Trail Lexington Kentucky

Nearby Campgrounds

Carew Tower

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Visit the 49th floor Observation Deck for panoramic views of the region, this is the second tallest building in Cincinnati. It is said that this French Art Deco design was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City.

Cincinnati Zoo

attraction Cincinnati, OH
One of the top zoos in the country, the Cincinnati Zoo offers educational opportunities where you can learn about conservation of endangered species, have encounters with animals, enjoy a family fun train ride, or delight in the 4-D special theater. Or check out exhibitions such as World of the Insect, Monkey Island, Cat Canyon and so much more.

Indian Springs Campground

campground North Bend, OH
Indian Springs Campground is located in North Bend, Ohio. They have 60 sites and many lakeside sites! The Campground can take care of everything from camping with a big rig to a pop-up. The location is convenient for people who want to enjoy southern Ohio. They are 20 minutes from Cincinnati 20 minutes from northern Kentucky.The facilities include 60 sites with electric, water, and sewer, 20/30/50 amp, 13 pull-thru sites, 47 lakeside sites, big rig sites, and bath house. The amenities include playground, walking trail, 16 acre lake, fishing, canoes, pedal boats, and barber shop. One of the downsides, for some people, is that the Campground is located close to the Interstate so you have to deal with highway noise. If you are looking for a place to call home for a day or two while enjoying the local attractions, Indian Springs will serve you well. The staff are friendly and welcoming and strive to make your stay enjoyable.

Cincinnati Museum

attraction Cincinnati, OH
Previously a passenger railroad station this multi-museum offers interesting Art Deco architecture to admire. Inside you have a choice between Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science and an OMNIMAX Theater. There are 1.8 million artifacts, works of art to discover.

Whispering Hills RV Park

campground Georgetown, KY
This park offers southern comfort year round. Located in horse country you will find rolling hills, and plenty of opportunities to fish, swim, go on horseback and relax. Enjoy the pool, basketball courts, fishing pond, and watch your kids have fun at the playground. Easy access for novice RV rental drivers.

Winton Woods Campground

campground Cincinnati, OH
Just north of the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, in Hamilton County, is the beautiful Winton Lake, and located in the heart of the greenbelt surrounding the lake, is the Winton Woods Campground. Set in a pine grove on the shores of the lake, and within easy walking distance of Winton Woods Harbor, the campground is a well laid out park with paved roads, and creates a camping haven for visitors to Hamilton, Ohio. Since the campground also caters for tented camping, not all the sites are pull throughs, and not all are equipped with service hookups, but those that do also have a fire ring and picnic table, are paved, and are suited for big rig access. The campground also has free wifi, plumbed restrooms with hot showers, a playground area, as well as walking trails, and access to the lake via a boat ramp. Set as it is in a metropolitan area, the long, winding lake is really beautiful, and is fantastic for kayaking and fishing.

Steamboat Bend Campground

campground Cincinnati, OH
Steamboat Bend is located in a 1,030 acre Woodland Mound on the east side of Cincinnati. Accessible from downtown Cincinnati you'll only be 20 minutes away. This campground is nestled on the shores of the Ohio River. There are 55 tree-lined campsites each equipped with water and 30 amp electric hookups, picnic table and fire ring. This location only takes payment for stays of 1 week or longer. The weekly fee is inexpensive and might be a good chance to test out the RV lifestyle in a RV rental.

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