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Perry Hall is a city in Baltimore County, Maryland; it is an unincorporated census-designated place. For this reason, local citizens created a grassroots organization to control their community development. It began as the Health Committee, dedicating itself to meeting the needs of returning World War II veterans. After the war, citizens voted to make the committee a permanent non-profit organization, the Perry Hall Improvement Association (or PHIA). During the 1970s and '80s, PHIA became more involved in land development until the late '90s, when it returned to focusing on civic matters and activities.
Search for an RV in Baltimore County and you are in the driver's seat for your vacation. There are other cities that should be explored for at least a little while. Monkton has been home to a number of notable people, including several professional athletes and Jim McKay, an Olympic commentator and Wide World of Sports host on television. Forest Hill has at least one building listed on the National Register of Historic Places, St. Ignatius Church (added in 1974). Edgewood was the home of composer, musician, and movie director Frank Zappa from 1940 to 1950. Dundalk and its surrounding area were first explored by John Smith in 1608, almost 250 years before the area was first settled. Towson has been home a long list of famous people including former Vice President Spiro Agnew, writer-novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps. Your Perry Hall camper rental is your invitation to the history and people of Perry Hall and its county.
Loch Raven Reservoir is a water resource for the city of Baltimore, providing drinking water to its citizens, but it is also an outdoor public recreation area with running trails and a frisbee golf course. There is a skeet and trap shooting range nearby and visitors can go fishing or boating, but not swimming (as it is a source for drinking water). Keep your Perry Hall travel trailer rental nearby and combine the wonders of the Maryland outdoors with the wonders of your RV interior.
Double Rock Park is an urban city park with trails for hiking and a dense beautiful forest with a variety of wildflower species and plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing. There are several trails and one of them follows the stream running through the park. The hiking difficulty level is mild and the trails should be relatively easy for most people.
Honeygo Run Regional Park is a cultivated public recreation park with a playground and hiking trails through nearby woods. It has large grassy fields and a picnic shelter for when the weather doesn't cooperate. It is an ideal location for biking and walking your pets.
There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Perry Hall; many of them have mobile homes too. Your Perry Hall RV trailer rental is your vehicle of choice for creating vacation memories that will last long after the trip has ended.
Bar Harbor RV Park is on a wooded peninsula next to the Bush River. The park has a multitude of trees providing shade and an on-site convenience store with propane gas, RV supplies, and groceries. The store has a gift shop. Guests can rent kayaks, paddle boats and paddle boards, or go fishing from a pier overlooking the river. There is a swimming pool or guests can swim in the river. Individual sites have concrete pads, fire rings, and wireless Internet.
Ramblin' Pines is a rustic RV park with lots of trees and grass. Sites can be rented for a couple of days, a week, or by the month. Amenities include hot showers and restrooms, laundry facilities, and a general store. Most individual sites have full hookups and a few have pull-through access. On-site activities include a pet exercise park, exercise and game rooms, catch-and-release fishing, and a swimming pool. There are some tent campsites in the park and also some rental cabins.
There is a lot to do in the area surrounding Perry Hall, some of it glamorous and some of it offbeat. Visitors to the area should check out a medieval-themed restaurant and jousting venue, or a ghost-vampire city tour. Those who prefer glamorous to weird and scary can take a helicopter sightseeing tour or a historical sailing tour of the Chesapeake Bay. One of the local aquariums has a shark tank and specific habitats for other fish. Don't forget to take your Perry Hall motorhome rental for a spin on one (or several) of the local highways; this is an RV rite of passage and one of the things that makes RV vacations unique.
When it's time for dinner, Perry Hall will not disappoint you. Prices range from inexpensive to moderately priced and fine dining, so eating out here won't break the bank unless you want it to. One of the local restaurants is a combination grill and seafood venue and has a menu complete with familiar staple items and some more creative dishes. If you find yourself eating here, try the brussels sprouts appetizer, a house favorite, or the crab soup. Another local venue serving Mexican and Spanish food will take requests if there is a dish you love that isn't on the menu. Guests eating here are strongly recommended to try the chicken and chorizo platter. Portions are large so expect to take some of your meal home to your Perry Hall luxury RV rental for a midnight snack. This is what vacations are for so indulge (your diet will be waiting for you when you get home).