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Takoma Park, Maryland is a city and suburb of Washington D.C. and straddles the county line between Montgomery County and Prince George's County. It borders the city of Silver Spring and is east of Bethesda. It was initially seen as being an ideal location for a suburb of Washington D.C. due to its high elevation, making it less susceptible to mosquitoes and malaria, which were pressing problems back in the early 19th century.

Takoma Park is notable for being the first suburb in the D.C. area to be connected to the capital via railway line. Takoma Park is also known as the "Azalea City" due to its association with the breeding of Glenn Dale azaleas. This hybrid plant can be found across the city, giving it a unique character and making RV rentals in Takoma Park extra special.

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The Great Outdoors

There's plenty of open space to explore on the outskirts of D.C. if you want to get out of the hustle and bustle of the big city when you rent an RV. One such option is the Patuxent Research Refuge, which offers activities such as fishing, hunting, and photography. Founded by President Roosevelt in 1936, Patuxent also has a national visitor's center which doubles as one of the largest environmental education centers in the U.S. This nature refuge is big on preservation, and children can engage in educational programs when visiting to learn more about how they can save the environment.

If you're looking for nature hidden within the D.C. city limits, you may want to consider a visit to the United States National Arboretum. Established by an act of Congress, this arboretum contains hundreds of different plant species and also houses various national collections such as the National Bonsai and Penjing Museum and the National Herb Garden. This makes the United States National Arboretum a must-see for horticulturists planning to rent an RV in Takoma Park.

If you're looking to mix the historical with the natural, you might want to visit Fort Washington Park. Overlooking the Potomac River, Fort Washington boasts over 200 years of military history, having been used for training during World War II and as an active defense during the Mexican and American Civil Wars. Visitors can soak in history while enjoying a bit of fishing, or having a picnic with their pups.

RV Parks

There are quite a few RV parks and campgrounds in the area. One option for the motorhome rental from Takoma Park is Cherry Hill Park. Cherry Hill is one of the closest campgrounds to Washington, D.C., which could make it a good place to park your Takoma Park luxury RV rental if you're hoping to explore the capital city. This campground offers both standard and premium RV sites, with premium sites allowing for back-in and pull-through accessibility. Both options have full hookups with 30 and 50 amp electricity. Campers also enjoy cable television and Wi-Fi as some extra home comforts.

Another campground which is close to the heart of Washington D.C. is the Washington D.C./Capitol KOA Campground. This campground offers similar home comforts, and offer full hookups with 50 amp electrical service. It also has a pool and pavilion, giving the park a greater community feel. The KOA also offers shuttles into the city as well as tours if you don't want to venture out on your own.

Exploring the city

As you'd expect, there are plenty of fine dining and shopping options in the Washington D.C. area, meaning there's lots to explore and discover. One famous attraction is the United States Capitol Building and the surrounding area. Visitors can take in the Capitol's stunning architecture and vast history. Don't forget to visit the other famous historical sites such as the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. These world-famous landmarks make visiting the center of Washington D.C. truly special, without burning a hole in your pocket.

The Smithsonian National Zoological Park is also an amazing place to visit when you rent an RV in Takoma Park. As a result of its focus on conservation, the Smithsonian Zoo contains some of the rarest mammals on the planet. Visitors shouldn't miss the opportunity to see the giant panda habitat, one of the rarest mammalian exhibits in the world. From chickens to cheetahs, there's something for everybody to enjoy at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park.

Another popular attraction and piece of American history is the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. With one of the best collections of aviation and aerospace artifacts, avid astronomers will feel right at home here. Visitors can even partake in simulations, observations, and science experiments, making this a perfect family outing.

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