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Greenbelt is a city in Prince George's County, Maryland; it is also a suburb of Washington, DC. The city began as a Federal Government project, an attempt to build a cooperative community; the idea was conceived in 1935 but met resistance from some levels of government as it was viewed with suspicion about being un-American; this was finally quashed when President Roosevelt signed a Presidential order enforcing the adoption of the program. Today the core of the city, known locally as “Old Greenbelt” is recognized by the Maryland Historical Trust as the Greenbelt Historic District. Newer sections of Greenbelt have appeared as privately owned dwellings, and the community is credited as a historic milestone in urban development and as the inspiration for other similar communities.
Search for an RV in Prince George's County, and you will be prepared and all set to begin your vacation in this historic part of America. There are some other towns you should explore while you're here. Clarksville is located in one of the wealthiest counties in the country and has some of the most expensive homes on the East Coast. Glen Burnie was originally named "Tracey's Station" and "Myrtle" before being named "Glennsbourne Farm," and finally "Glenburnie." Arnold is located in an area that may have been settled by natives as early as 1500 BC, although the settlers who claimed the land in 1608 found no trace of any earlier civilization. Clinton was originally known as Surrattsville, and some locals still refer to it by that name; the name was changed after Mary Surratt (the wife of a town founder) was found complicit in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Bethesda means “House of Mercy” in Aramaic and “House of Kindness” in Hebrew. Your Greenbelt travel trailer rental is your RSVP to this part of the world.
Patapsco Valley State Park is a semi-cultivated nature refuge offering hundreds of miles of trails both developed and natural. Some trails can be used for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding while others are for hiking only. The park has eight cultivated areas and additional undisturbed areas allowing visitors to have a deeper understanding of the park and its environment. Canoeing, camping, and fishing are allowed in the park, and there are numerous pavilions for individual and group picnics.
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is a nature preserve whose mission is to encourage public appreciation for the existence and protection of the natural ecosystems in addition to providing a public outdoor recreation area. Visitors may hike and observe the natural wildlife on their own or join the guided walks where staff and volunteers explain the ecosystem and the park's resident species. Keep your Greenbelt RV rental nearby, and you can enjoy a hot meal between activities (don't forget to include it in the foreground of your vacation photos).
Piscataway Park is a mostly undisturbed outdoor recreation area with boardwalks that allow visitors to hike through tidal wetlands, meadows, and woodland areas without disturbing the plant life and vegetation. It has a public fishing pier and a colonial farm that demonstrates the 18th-century agricultural practices that were used and helps to educate the public. The park is open from dawn to dusk year-round, while the visitors center and historic farm and buildings are open at more specific times (contact the park to confirm the days and hours).
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Greenbelt, but some of them may have mobile homes, and some may require membership. Your Greenbelt camper rental is all you will need to enjoy your vacation no matter where you stay.
Washington DC / Capitol KOA Holiday is a family oriented RV park with a swimming pool, pavilion, and dog park. Guests can rent bicycles or join the private tour shuttle (guests only) to the U.S. Capitol. There are many on-site activities guests can enjoy, and firewood and propane can be purchased at the park.
There are lots of things to see and do in Greenbelt, and a good place to start is with the Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln's cottage, and the local museums. One of the museums specializes in aviation, both in the air and in space, while another focuses on the Holocaust. There are urban parks and historic mansions and other monuments, a cultural center, and an athletic center where guests can enjoy professional sports matches. Don't forget to pencil in some time to take your Greenbelt motorhome rental for a drive; RV vacations are unique and riding the highways in one is partly why they are so popular.
When it's time to start thinking about dinner, Greenbelt has lots of options that should please everyone. One local eatery serves up Hispanic and Peruvian food and is open for lunch and dinner. Diners can eat in or ask for takeout. Portions are large, and the food is cooked fresh using locally sourced ingredients. Guests dining here (in the restaurant or elsewhere) should try the Peruvian chicken. As you will probably not finish your meal, have it wrapped and take it back to your Greenbelt luxury RV rental to enjoy it later on. Good food enjoyed from your favorite lawn chair is what vacations are all about.