2018 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G
2018 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G
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The history of Beltsville, Maryland dates back to 1649. It was originally offered as a land grant to Richard Snowden I by Lord Baltimore of England. Richard Snowden established a large plantation and, in the wake of that, settlers moved into the area. Iron ore was discovered in the region in the 18th century, transitioning Beltsville from an agricultural community to an iron ore mining one. Some of the best quality pig iron ended up supplying the U.S. Army during the Revolutionary War and Civil War. Those seeking RV rentals in Prince George’s County will be in a wonderful place full of history and close to the nation’s capital.
When you rent an RV here, you can take a quick drive over to Chesapeake Beach and enjoy some water activities during the summer, and there are also a few casinos in the area if you enjoy gaming. You can also cruise up into Pennsylvania and visit the Gettysburg National Military Park. If you’re up for a bit of a drive, head west, pick up I-64 through Charlottesville, and check out Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. A bit beyond that you can visit the George Washington National Forest and Jefferson National Forest.
There is no shortage of outdoor adventures just waiting to be experienced when you rent an RV in this part of the country. Nestled between Washington, DC and Baltimore, you can find Lake Artemesia in College Park. It’s a large park with a gorgeous lake. There are well manicured and maintained green areas throughout the area and large, mature trees offering ample shade during the spring and summer months. There’s a dog park and plenty of parking, which can be great when you have an RV rental near Beltsville.
The National Mall attracts millions of visitors every year and offers plenty of walking opportunities. You can visit the Lincoln Memorial overlooking the Reflecting Pool, go to the steps of the Capitol Building, and check out numerous memorials and even the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Wheaton Regional Park is located in Silver Spring and is a peaceful, serene destination. When heading here with the motorhome rental from Beltsville, you can enjoy a train ride, take a stroll or jog, or just sit back and relax. Depending on the season, you might be able to play some tennis or go ice-skating. You can enjoy the gardens and even go horseback riding.
When it comes to RV parks, you won’t have any trouble finding a place to park that camper rental near Beltsville for the night. In fact, you may plan on staying for several nights or weeks. Adventure Bound Camping Resorts is a large RV park that has full hookup service. They provide 50 amp electric. They also provide pull-through sites and a pool so you can cool down during the summer months. There may be long-term residents, and it would be advisable to call ahead to find out about availability as they can get quite busy.
Greenbelt Park is a scenic place to consider. Hookup services aren't available, but the park is close to downtown Washington DC. On-site, there is a dump station and also restroom facilities.
Cherry Hill Park is a larger RV park with full hookup service. They provide both 30 and 50 amp electric and they have numerous amenities, including restrooms and showers. There are recreational trails to enjoy, and you can go fishing. When you have a luxury RV rental in Beltsville, this could be an ideal place to stop for the night.
Ford’s Theater is famous as the site of the April 14, 1865 assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. It’s a working theater as well as a historic monument. It is a world-class museum and a learning center. If you visit during the day, you can trace the story of Lincoln’s presidency and assassination. If you’re planning to visit Ford’s Theater for a show, advanced tickets may be recommended because of its popularity. If you rent a motorhome in Beltsville, parking can be limited so you may want to have a car or take a train into the city to enjoy this destination.
Not too far away from Beltsville is Georgetown. This is a historic town that is charming and upscale. There are numerous boutiques and notable residents. There’s also the famous Georgetown University in the city and plenty of college hangouts.
The National Air and Space Museum is located in Washington, DC, right along the National Mall, and is one of the most popular of the Smithsonian museums. It features many artifacts from aviation and space exploration history. It also houses the Wright Brothers’ 1903 Flyer as well as Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, the first plane to cross the Atlantic without stopping.