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On the northern edge of Baltimore’s urban sprawl, Towson, Maryland is a lively commercial hub and residential community that’s surrounded by recreational reserves. The indigenous Susquehannock people initially settled it before Pennsylvania brothers, William and Thomas Towson established it as a farming center in the mid-18th century.

The village was originally named “Towsontown” after the Towson Hotel where farmers refueled after bringing their products to the port of Baltimore. Today, it’s still a popular place for residents to dine and shop, making it an attractive destination to rent an RV and explore the sights of Baltimore County.

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The Great Outdoors

Hop in your RV rental in Towson and head north to the Loch Raven Reservoir, a human-made dam that’s become a local hub for recreation. You can stretch your legs along the miles of hiking trails that hug the lake shores while keeping your eyes peeled for woodpeckers, blue jays, and bald eagles. Want to take to the water? Stop in at the Loch Raven Fishing Center where you can rent kayaks and a range of fishing equipment to lure bass and northern pike.

Also nearby is the Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville where you can learn about the region’s native wildlife at its nature center. Get up close to live reptiles and browse the archaeological artifacts that were uncovered here, then learn about the park’s historic mining and iron furnace operations. There are plenty of walking trails to explore, as well as a restored tenant house and sugar shack that’s used for the production of maple syrup.

A short drive east of Towson lies the Honeygo Run Regional Park, which is ideal for those traveling with pets thanks to its large dog park. Follow the Red Trail that leads through marshy grasslands to the Big Rocks viewpoint or opt for one of the trails through the nearby Gunpowder Falls State Park. This multi-section park also has another tract of protected area overlooking the Gunpowder River where you can swim and kayak while spotting osprey and ruddy ducks.

RV Parks

Pick up your camper rental in Towson and head to the Bar Harbor RV Park, which is situated overlooking the Bush River. It’s surrounded by woodlands on a picturesque peninsula, with a pool and children’s playground to keep families entertained. Anglers can fish directly from the pier, or there’s an on-site marina where you can rent kayaks and paddle boards to get out on the water.

Closer to Towson is the Orems Trailer Park, which has a handful of short-term sites amongst its long-term residential community. It’s within easy access of shopping facilities and laundromats, with pets also welcome to stay in the RV park.

Or, you can drive across Baltimore to the Washington DC/Capitol KOA, which is located in the rural surrounds of Millersville. This well-equipped RV park has an outdoor pool, basketball court, and a jumping pillow that kids will love, as well as daily shuttles to access all the sights of Washington, D.C.

Exploring the City

Park your RV rental near Towson and head off on a shopping spree, with the city renowned for its large-scale malls. Explore the four stories of the Towson Town Center or browse the boutiques in the open-air Towson Square Mall. For big box stores, head to Towson Place or grab a bite to eat at one of the cafes or restaurants that line the main street of Allegheny Avenue.

Just to the north of Towson’s commercial center is the Hampton National Historic Site, which encompasses the home and grounds of the former Ridgely Estate. Join a guided tour of the 18th-century Georgian manor house and the original stone slave quarters while learning about life during the period. The residence is surrounded by beautiful formal gardens which have been restored to their 1820's appearance and feature several trees that are over 200 years old.

Towson also makes an ideal base for exploring Baltimore, which lies just 10 miles to the south. Spend a day visiting its world-class museums and art galleries, then learn about the story behind “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Fort McHenry. Inner Harbor is a hub for entertainment as home to the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center, as well as the USS Constellation which you can step onboard to experience life on a 19th-century sailing ship.

Towson is home to a large shopping mall with everything you need, including supermarkets for buying groceries and plenty of fast food eateries and restaurants for dining out. There are also numerous gas stations if you want to fill up your motorhome rental in Towson.

Whether you’re visiting Baltimore County for its large-scale shopping malls or riverside parks, book an RV in Towson today and get ready to hit the road.

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