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You’ll see signs for Aberdeen but rest assured your rental RV did not transport you to Scotland. Book an RV in Aberdeen, MD for a prime central spot when wanting to explore the historic areas of Maryland and Washington DC. Aberdeen, MD is, in fact, named for the Aberdeen in Scotland by Scottish immigrants who first settled in the area, so you can expect a lot of Scottish influence on the surrounding areas. Aberdeen is a cluster of what were three separate communities: Hall’s Cross Roads, Mechanicsville, and the Village of Aberdeen. Each has its own charisma and well worth the visit.

A camper rental from Aberdeen is a proper way to explore Harford County at your own pace, Aberdeen also happens to be located near several railroads for easy public transportation access to other nearby cities. Within Aberdeen, there are plenty of local attractions to engage travelers of all ages. Pack your bags, your kids, and even the four-legged family members, and head out on a road trip to view some of the best of the Mid-Atlantic Region.

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The Great Outdoors

Take your Aberdeen motorhome rental five miles from the city to the nearest ciity of Havre de Grace , which will enchant the nature explorer of the group. Situated at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and at the head of the Chesapeake Bay, Havre de Grace is full of small town charm. And, what better way to experience it than with a stroll down The Promenade? The popular boardwalk traces the waterfront; get views of the city and the natural landscape as you wind your way down the path.

For a more immersive experience, drive your rental RV to the Susquehanna State Park. Spend the day or reserve an overnight camping spot, the park allows visitors to boat, fish, hunt (permit required), and hike. You’ll also note two historic attractions on site. The Steppingstone Farm Museum depicts early rural life in Harford County, while the Rock Run Historic Area is home to a 200-year-old operational grist mill. Explore the area as it is now and learn about how it was then.

Make sure to bring your golf clubs along when renting an RV from Aberdeen. Located on the marshy grassland area in the town, Wetlands Golf Club welcomes players and wildlife lovers alike. Family designed, owned, and operated, the course is short but fast paced and challenging. Lug your own bags to take in the breathtaking views of the greenery and any animal spectators.

Being surrounded by all that water, it can be hard not to just jump in! Search for different ways to enjoy the waterfronts in Aberdeen and surrounding areas. With many local swimming spots and stand up paddle board rentals, there are no excuses not to at least dip your toes in. Beach locations may also offer sailing and windsurfing opportunities. And, if water isn’t your thing, take a view from above. With several skydiving and air balloon and plane rides available, you’ll really get that adrenaline pumping.

RV Parks

If you’re the type of traveler that prefers to have one home base rather than jumping around to several different overnight locations, Bar Harbor RV Park & Marina is an excellent choice. With daily and weekly rental rates, Bar Harbor can accommodate any length of stay. Situated right on the Bush River in Abingdon, select a camper slot for your luxury RV rental on or off the waterfront; they even have boat accommodations should you bring your own boat. Each site has a full hook for the RV, free Wi Fi, concrete patios, and fire rings (hello s’mores!). On property, guests can stock up on supplies from their on-site store, search for knickknacks at the Gift and Souvenir Shop, enjoy the waterfront by swimming or renting water sport equipment, and, if you have little ones, run over to the Tot Lot playground.

A tranquil and immersive short term stay option is within the Susquehanna State Park. Take advantage of all the parks offerings and the ability to easily park your camper rental from Aberdeen. There are miles of scenic trails to explore, historic buildings to check out, and a glorious waterfront to appreciate. RV hookups, bathrooms, and showers are located near each campsite for convenience.

If you’re in need of just a quick overnight stop, check with the managers at the local Walmart Supercenter about utilizing their parking lot. Given the popularity of Aberdeen and surrounding towns, you’ll be sure to find additional amenities and overnight choices that meet your budget and needs.

Exploring the City

Aberdeen is a known historic site, but the area doesn’t disappoint with some of the more modern activities. If you’re feeling competitive or are a sports fan, check the schedule over at the Ripken Stadium, named for and created by Cal Ripken Jr himself. The baseball park has replicas of some of the most popular parks around the nation and is home to the Aberdeen IronBirds, class A affiliate to the Baltimore Orioles. Catch a game and a foul ball!

When you’re done playing in the water, head over to the Maritime Museum in Havre de Grace to learn more about the waterways you’ve just waded. The small, local museum aims to enrich the history and culture of the area by sharing with all who wander in. With several galleries, hands-on attractions, and rotating special exhibits, this educational option is perfect for those with their sights set on the open sea and sea captain dreams.

If you’re seeking the downtown city action, drive your RV rental a short distance to Baltimore and/or Washington DC. Both cities offer an incredible array of cuisine styles, shopping, museums, and historical flare about the creation of this country. Baltimore is an important seaport and carries this theme throughout its streets and architecture. You’ll also find incredible seafood selections. Washington DC, the nation’s capital, has a nice mix of modern and early era vibes. If you’re at all interested in how the government works, this is the place to explore and learn all about it.

If it's a taste of local Maryland you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Aberdeen. Enjoy a trip to the water, watch a sunset, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Aberdeen, MD, and explore the Old Line State!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Lapidum Rock Run Loop, MDSusquehanna State Park, MD
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  • Susquehanna Ridge Trail Large Loop, MDSusquehanna State Park, MD
  • Rock Run Grist Mill Trail, MDSusquehanna State Park, MD
  • Susquehanna Ridge Short Loop Trail, MDSusquehanna State Park, MD
  • Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway Trail, MDSusquehanna State Park, MD
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  • Elk Neck State Park Trail, MDElk Neck State Park, MD
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  • Beaver Marsh Trail (Orange Trail), MDElk Neck State Park, MD

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