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Small towns are all over Maryland, and Whiteford differentiates itself from the pack thanks to its proximity to both Baltimore and the Pennsylvanian border. When you rent an RV in Whiteford, you’ll find it is easy to explore the small town, which has both architecture and customs reflecting its Welsh heritage, in addition to the surrounding area. Whiteford is quaint, part of the Whiteford-Cardiff Historic District, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

An RV rental from Whiteford will help you explore the northeast corner of Maryland. Guests to this area will find they can easily access major cities and natural attractions alike. Whiteford is small, but nearby cities like York, PA, Wilmington, DE, and Lancaster, PA can add to the city attractions during your visit. Depending on where in the country or world you are from, the landscape surrounding Whiteford may be a pleasant reprieve, with its gently rolling hills and vividly green forests.

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The Great Outdoors

Maryland is certainly more known for its large cities than its natural attractions, but even with this in mind, you’ll have plenty of outdoor adventures when you pick up a travel trailer rental in Whiteford. Just east of the town is the Susquehanna River, a massive river that runs north and south on the east coast. This river is great for swimming when the weather is nice, as there are many small entry points along its banks. It is also possible to boat and fish on this river.

South, along the river, is the Susquehanna State Park. This park, as the name suggests, lies directly on the river and offers a large area of land for recreational adventures. It’s a great place to check out when you rent an RV since it has hiking trails to stretch your legs after a day of driving. There are beautiful lookout points to watch the river, enjoy a picnic, and spend time with your dog on leash.

For guests who don’t want to head in the direction of the river, do not fear, there are still many parks to explore in other directions in your camper rental from Whiteford. To the south is Rocks State Park, a large park that has unique features worth exploring. This park is filled with large rocky outcroppings that stand out against a forest backdrop, many of which can be accessed via hiking. Rocks State Park also has a number of stunning waterfalls that can be very vigorous after a heavy rain.

RV Parks

Guests who pick up a motorhome rental from Whiteford have two different varieties of options when it comes to spending the night in their RV. These different options are primarily focused on who owns the RV park they will be staying at, and whether guests prefer more amenities or more natural attractions during their stay. The nearest traditional RV park to Whiteford is located to the north and is known as Gambler’s Boat Yard Campgrounds. This RV park offers standard hookups of water and sewage and has both 30 and 50 amp electricity. There are laundry and shower facilities located on site, and management is available anytime guests have an issue.

In addition to privately owned RV parks, guests can also opt to seek out camping sites at state parks in the area. There are many state parks to choose from, and most of them have RV camping options for vacationers to use in their luxury RV rental from Whiteford. State parks tend to have more bare bones RV sites, offering only water, electricity, and sometimes a place for sewage dumping. But what they lack in amenities they make up for in natural beauty.

Exploring the City

Whiteford is part of a multiple town conglomerate that stretches over the Pennsylvanian border. The benefit of this is that what the city may lack, one of the few very nearby towns may have. For instance, the Mason Dixon Fair is help just north of town and draws huge crowds during the summer months. This county fair has rides, animal attractions, and food galore for guests to enjoy at their leisure.

In Whiteford itself, guests can find a decent selection of summer-themed food, including a traditional pizza and sandwich restaurant, an ice cream parlor, and a small assortment of American style food. In the nearby towns, your food options increase to include Chinese, Mexican, more Italian, and even a few steakhouses.

If the weather isn’t pleasant, head to the Old Line Museum to learn about the history of the area. This museum is built inside of an old historic bank building. Inside the museum, guests will find plenty of artifacts to interact with, micro slides to check out, and even an old slate clock. The museum’s primary focus is on Whiteford, MD, and the surrounding region’s history.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Overlook Trail, MDSusquehannock State Park, MD
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