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Welcome to the place where the hills and farmlands of the Piedmont Plateau meet the forests and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains – the town of Jefferson, Maryland. Add to that the mighty Potomac River and the meandering Monocacy River to the west, and you get an incredible landscape calling for nature lovers to explore it. Another thing you will find when you search for an RV in Jefferson is amazing history, and you can discover it when you travel the network of some of the oldest roads in the country and stop at some of the spots where important historical battles took place.

The surrounding cities are also worth visiting, and you can start by going to Frederick, minutes away from the town. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine offers a unique perspective on this important event, while outdoor enthusiasts can spend the day in one of the parks. The impressive monuments and museums of Washington D.C. can be reached in a bit over an hour's drive, as well as the seafood restaurants and the National Aquarium of Baltimore.

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The Great Outdoors

The town is located in one of the most scenic areas of the state, surrounded by mountains, valleys, and rivers protected by state and national parks. All you need to do is rent a motorhome in Jefferson and hit the road – you will reach one of them in no time. Greenbrier State Park is waiting for campers to the north, a great place to start exploring the impressive Appalachian Mountains. Greenbrier Lake is the heart of the park, excellent for fishing, boating, and swimming. Lush forests with rugged rock showing their faces here and there – that is what hikers will find when they move on the network of trails, including the iconic Appalachian Trail.

Catoctin Mountain Park, another gem of the region, is also located to the north and easily reachable in your Jefferson RV rental. As you hike the numerous trails meandering through this huge park, you will discover some of the amazing spots that the Blue Ridge Mountains have in store, such as Cunningham Falls and numerous vista points where you can enjoy the panoramic views. If you want to put your strength and skills to the test, try bouldering or find a spot for rock climbing.

Continue your Appalachian adventure by taking your motorhome rental from Jefferson to one of Virginia’s natural wonders - Shenandoah National Park. Start enjoying the untouched nature of the parks while still on the scenic Skyline Drive or try reaching as many waterfalls as you can find waiting under the forest canopy. Dozens of clear mountain streams are waiting for anglers to try their luck and miles of trails are there for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. If you like to stay off the beaten path, try backcountry camping.

In the westernmost part of Maryland, Swallow Falls State Park is the place to be if you want to escape the busy cities in the east. The powerful cascade of Muddy Creek Falls will blow you away with its beauty, but that is not all you will find in this piece of nature. Explore the gorges of the Youghiogheny River or find a nice picnic spot among the hemlocks.

RV Parks

Several campgrounds can be found close to the town, so you can find a spot for your Jefferson campervan rental without traveling too far.

Brunswick Family Campground is located between the Potomac River and the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, close to the stores and restaurants of Brunswick. Electric hookups, showers, and a small camp store are some of the amenities of this campground. It is close to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.

As its name suggests, Harpers Ferry / Civil War Battlefields KOA in West Virginia is another campground where you can park your Jefferson camper rental close to this historical park. It offers full hookups, a swimming pool, and propane services on-site. With proximity to both Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, it provides many outdoor recreation opportunities. Nearby Bolivar has stores and restaurants.

Little Bennett Campground is right off MD-355 and close to I-270. It is located at the southern corner of Little Bennett Regional Park which has hiking trails and a golf course. It is a pet-friendly campground with full hookups and picnic tables. If you follow MD-355, you will get to Clarksburg and its restaurants, stores, and gas stations.

Exploring the City

A combination of incredible landscape and countless historical attractions is what makes renting an RV in Jefferson, Maryland such a unique experience, so don’t leave the area until you have visited some of them.

Sitting on the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park attracts visitors with the historic Harpers Ferry Village, numerous museums, and wonderful nature. With lands in three counties and three different states, it is famous as the site of John Brown’s abolitionist uprising. When you finish your journey through history, you can go hiking, fishing, and boating.

When it comes to the Civil War, the first thing that comes to mind is famous battles, but the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick tells another story. Find out how a field hospital looked and how wounded soldiers were taken care of. Among the interesting artifacts, you will find a surgeon’s tent and old medical kits.

If you feel like spending time in an energetic spot teeming with people, pay a visit to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Whether you come for the fresh seafood just out of the Chesapeake Bay, great shopping options, or just to admire the historic ships, you are bound to have a good time. Some great museums are located in the area, making it a spot where everyone can find something they like.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Catoctin Creek Loop, MDMiddletown, MD
  • Ballenger Creek Park Trail, MDFrederick, MD
  • 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
  • Lamb's Knoll White Rocks Loop Trail, MDGathland State Park, MD
  • Appalachian Trail: Crampton Gap to Harpers Ferry, MDGathland State Park, MD
  • Cramtons Gap to Harpers Ferry on the Applachian Trail, MDMiddletown, MD
  • Monocacy National Battlefield Trails, MDMonocacy National Battlefield, MD

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