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When you are looking for an escape from the busy cities of Maryland, rent a motorhome in Brunswick and go on a family adventure. Just over an hours drive from both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Brunswick is the perfect location to spend a long weekend! It’s location, along the banks of the wandering Potomac River, provides a stunning backdrop for campers; whilst its close proximity to the larger town of Frederick means there is every convenience one could need.

The town’s fascinating history has caused a complicated timeline of name changes over the past few centuries. Originally known as Eel Town, this area was first settled by a Native American Community who fished the healthy population of eels in the rivers. In the middle of the 18th century, a sudden abundance of Germans settled in the area, and the town changed its name to Berlin. Finally, once the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad began construction in 1890, Brunswick earned its place on the map, and its name was changed for the final time.

Known for its canal and railroad heritage as well as for its wide variety of outdoor activities, RV rental in Brunswick is becoming increasingly popular. Book an RV in Frederick County today to guarantee an exhilarating and interesting break!

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The Great Outdoors

Located on the banks of the picturesque Potomac River, Brunswick is a city that has made the most out of its favorable location. With a plethora of parks, trails, and water activities available, hitting any of these in your travel trailer rental from Brunswick is an absolute must for lovers of the great outdoors!

Just a five-minute drive away is the town of Harpers Ferry, home to the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. The park comprises of over 4000 acres that stretch across three different states. With views over the nearby rivers as well as a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the scenery on the 20-miles of hiking trails is second to none. Join the Appalachian Trail at its mid-way point, embark on a leisurely stroll along the river or take on an arduous eight-mile trek along the tops of the mountains. Whatever your style, there is something here for everyone!

Camper rental in Brunswick has become increasingly popular in recent years due to the area’s emerging adventure sports scene. From mid-March through to November, adrenaline seekers can try their hand at a number of activities on the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. White Water Rafting is the most popular activity here, and there is no doubt why. With a selection of rapids, ranging from class I-III, it is possible to get that heart pumping whilst surrounded by exceptional scenery. For a slightly more mellow experience, choose the tubing option that takes place on a calmer stretch of river. Otherwise, if water sports aren’t for you, go for an exhilarating zip lining tour through the trees and enjoy a birds-eye view of the rivers!

For a slightly more relaxed experience in the great outdoors, head to Gathland State Park. As well as plenty of outdoor spaces to relax in, and easy trails to stroll along, there are a plethora of historical monuments to uncover in the park. Take a walk along the historical trail to discover the home of George Alfred Townsend, a civil war journalist as well as a huge stone monument dedicated in memory of the civil war.

RV Parks

When you choose RV rental in Maryland, you will have access to a number of charming campgrounds. For those that love to be at the heart of the action, consider parking up your travel trailer rental from Brunswick Family Campground. Located on the banks of the Potomac River, this campground offers large sites, with full hook-ups and, plenty of washroom facilities. This is also a great option for those looking to get involved with some of the extreme water sports. Conveniently, the boat ramp for white water rafters, canoers and kayakers is located inside the campground. Better still, anyone that stays here will receive a discount on white water rafting tours!

Alternatively, head down the road to the Harper Ferry, Civil War Battlefields KOA. As well as the usual offering of modern amenities for your luxury Brunswick motorhome rental, there is an Olympic sized pool, Basketball court and, even a specialty coffee and wine store on site!

For those that are happy with a slightly more urbanized campground, head toward Frederick and consider setting up camp at the Evergreen Point Campground. The park is perfect for travelers with big rigs and provides full hook up facilities at every site. There are no common amenities here, so it is best if you have a self-contained vehicle.

Exploring the City

Recognized for its rich canal and railroad heritage, Brunswick takes every opportunity to celebrate it. The Brunswick Heritage Museum is a great place to start uncovering the town’s deep history. Spanning over three stories, Brunswick Heritage Museum showcases a variety of exhibition topics including a permanent exhibition on how the railroad was built. Head to the third floor to find an impressive model of the railroad that comes alive with interactive elements!

When you rent an RV here during the first week of October, you can experience the annual Rail Road Days Festival! This two-day festival brings together a plethora of local performance artists, live music and children’s entertainers in a bid to celebrate the city’s heritage. Become a part of the community for the weekend and visit the festival that has been going since 1983!

For a more indulgent city experience, book yourself on a tour of the area’s excellent wineries. Maryland has a relatively new wine scene that was only established during the millennium. As a result, the wines you will taste here are experimental and daring, well worth a day tour if you can squeeze it in!

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Brunswick Family Campground to Landers Boat Dock, MDChesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, MD
  • C&O Canal Trail: Point of Rocks to Monocacy Aqueduct, MDPoint of Rocks, MD
  • Point of Rocks/ Potomac River Trail, MDChesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, MD
  • C & O Canal Towpath Trail, Section #2, MDPoint of Rocks, MD
  • Appalachian Trail: Weverton to Gathland State Park, WVHarpers Ferry, WV
  • Maryland Heights Loop, WVHarpers Ferry, WV
  • Ed Garvey Shelter Via Harper's Ferry, MDHarpers Ferry National Historical Park, MD
  • Virginius Island Trail, WVHarpers Ferry, WV
  • Harpers Ferry to Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail, WVHarpers Ferry, WV
  • Loudoun Heights Trail, WVHarpers Ferry, WV

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