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Just 14 miles north of Toledo, Ohio and 25 miles south of Detroit sits Monroe. Resting right along the River Raisin, this area was originally settled by the Native Americans, but in the late 17th century, the area was claimed for France. After the Revolutionary War, a part of this region of Michigan south of the River Raisin was given to Canada by the native Potawatomi. During the War of 1812, this region became incredibly important in the battle between the United States and Great Britain. When you search for an RV in Monroe, you will be surrounded by some amazing and rich history.

Nestled right along the waters of Lake Erie sits William C. Sterling State Park. Here, you can launch a boat if you have one with you or simply relax and enjoy the beautiful nature in that RV rental from Monroe. You could also head a little north, toward Detroit to visit Pointe Mouillee State Game Area, just a few miles shy of the U.S./Canada border cutting through the Detroit River and Lake Erie. If you prefer, you can also head south into Ohio to check out the Maumee Bay State Park.

The Great Outdoors

The area surrounding Monroe has a fascinating past, especially as it pertains to military history throughout this region of the state. There are also numerous wilderness areas to explore here when you rent an RV. Sitting right along the beautiful shores of Lake Erie, you can choose from any number of water-related activities or head inland to do some hiking, bicycling, or exploring other regions of the state.

Right there in Monroe is William C. Sterling State Park. It is considered a pretty waterfront park. One of the on-site trails is a concrete trail that runs alongside Lake Erie. It is a beautifully picturesque area, and you can spend quite a bit of time there, especially if you set the wheels of that RV trailer rental in Monroe down here for a few nights.

Also in Monroe is the Soldier & Sailor’s Park. This park is rarely ever crowded or overused and is a wonderful testament to the men and women who sacrificed for freedom. You can enjoy some fishing here or simply play in the water during the warmer summer months. There is a playground for the kids, or you can stroll the trails or sit down on a bench and relax.

Heck Park is another beautiful park that features a Vietnam vets memorial. It is a beautiful and moving experience with some wonderful memorials set throughout the park. Here, you can take your time and casually strolls along the grounds, reading the memorials as you go. There are plenty of thought-provoking statements too.

RV Parks

Spending more than just a few days here is often the goal when you choose an RV rental in Monroe. One place where you can set up camp is William C. Sterling State Park in Monroe. The campground here has paved roads, and the sites are easily accessible. They have full hookup service and pull-through sites. They also have waterfront access.

Harbortown RV Resort is also located in Monroe and provides full hookup service. They also have numerous amenities, including a camp store for basic supplies, restrooms and showers as well as laundry facilities. The sites here are spacious.

Camp Lord Willing RV Park is another option in Monroe that has full hookup service and numerous amenities, including restrooms and showers as well as laundry. There’s also a playground for the kids and recreational trails you can enjoy exploring at your leisure when you stay here with the Monroe motorhome rental.

Exploring the City

When you want to learn about the history of Monroe and the surrounding areas of Michigan, you might want to check out the Monroe County Michigan Historical Museum. There is a section devoted to General Custer as well as other sections dedicated to the local people and institutions that made this area strong. It’s located on the site of General Custer’s wife’s family home, where the Custers lived following the Civil War.

The River Raisin National Battlefield Park is another excellent place to visit when you want to study the history of this area, especially as it pertains to the War of 1812. If you just drive by here quickly in that RV trailer rental from Monroe, you might not think there’s much to this place, but the entire grounds make up the museum, and it’s well-maintained. There’s a lot of great information and some wonderful, rich history.

The River Raisin Territorial Park is a period park that includes an old trading post that dates back to the 1780s, which is one of the oldest known buildings in the state. During autumn, around Halloween, they have Lantern Tours where you can experience the story of what life was like here in the early 18th and 19th centuries.

RV Rentals in Monroe, MI

Monroe, MI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Monroe. Outdoorsy's Monroe RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Monroe are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Hocking Hills State Park, Pinckney Recreation Area, and McConnells Mill State Park.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Blue and Yellow Trail Loop Brighton Michigan
Novi North Park (Tree Farm) Trail Novi Michigan
Crooked Lake Trail Pinckney Michigan
Maybury Singletrack Trail Northville Michigan
Potawatomi Trail Unadilla Township Michigan
Bird Hills Trail Ann Arbor Michigan
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area Trail White Lake Michigan
Brighton Recreation Area Loop Trails Brighton Michigan
Stony Creek Metropark Trails Washington Michigan
Highland Recreation Area Highland Michigan

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Chelsea, MI 48118
Eastbound, 37 truck parking spaces, Restrooms (R)

Michigan RV Broker USA

7540 Whitmore Lake Road Brighton, MI 48116
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Belleville, MI 48111
Westbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap (R)

National RV Detroit

44700 North I 94 Service Drive Belleville, MI 48111
Airstream, Crossroads, DRV Suites, Dutchmen, Evergreen, Keystone (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Southbound, 35 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Canton, MI 48188
Northbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center NB Petersburg, MI 49270
Northbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins, Tourist Information 8:30-5pm/7 days (R)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center NB La Salle, MI 48145
Northbound, 46 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Recycling Bins, Pay phones %Tourist information (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Carleton, MI 48117
Southbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Grass Lake, MI 49240
Westbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Pinckney Recreation Area

campground Pinckney, MI
Pinckney Recreation Area is a paradise for backpackers, mountain bikers, anglers and other recreation enthusiasts. Pinckney is known for its extensive trail system and chain of excellent fishing lakes. Over forty miles of multi-use trail with remote campsites afford a backcountry experience. The area also includes a designated camping area perfect for your RV rental trip at Bruin Lake Campgorund.

Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park

campground Taylor, MI
The Wayne County Fairgrounds & RV Park in Taylor, Michigan, is very conveniently located for exploring the greater Detroit and Dearborn areas, and is probably the closest campground to Detroit and its western suburbs. Just a short hop from the interstate, the park offers gravel roads that lead to level pull throughs and grass back-in sites with full hookups and good Verizon signal, in a pet friendly environment. The absence of trees allows for great satellite reception, and free wifi is available. Although the park is really quiet, it is not so much a destination campground as there is no pool or playground, but it serves really well for events and rallies because of the ideal proximity to many facilities, and the Detroit Metro area in general. Some of the nearby attractions include the Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum, IMAX Theater, Belleville Lake, Huron Clinton Metro Parks, Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Zoo, and the Detroit Metro Airport.

Detroit Institute of Arts

attraction Detroit, MI
Providing over a century of arts and culture for the Detroit area the museum has unique exhibitions and works of art. The museum has more than 100 galleries, a 1,150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture hall, and an art reference library. You can find works of art by Diego Rivera, Van Gogh, as well as a diversity of paintings, graphic arts, photography from around the world.

Belle Isle Park

attraction Detroit, MI
A state island park with over 982-acres located on the Detroit River, between the United States and Canada. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the US, and has much to offer. Walk the trails observe the wild life, play golf, visit the aquarium or the conservatory, check out the boat and yacht club. Swim at the half mile beach.

Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park

campground Belleville, MI
Located close to grocery stores, restaurants and close to popular attractions such as the Ford Museum, Lake Eerie, Detroit Zoo, and the Huron Clinton Metro Parks, amongst others. Since it's on fair grounds it's likely you will see circus performers practicing their art. Within the park there is a community garden that visitors are allowed to use. Easy access in your RV rental.

Toledo East/Stony Ridge KOA

campground Perrysburg, OH
Toledo East/Stony Ridge KOA offers full hookups and big rig access. Some sites are pull-throughs. There is a swimming pool, a playground, and a mini-golf course. Be sure to take your furry family members out to the fenced in dog run. The campground is conveniently located next to the highway, and all the amenities of Toledo, Ohio are not far away. Toledo has all amenities like restaurants, groceries, shopping, museums, and auto services.The facilities here are maintained and the park is very quiet. Sites are level, gravel, and there are trees for shade. Cabins are available for rent, and there is a laundry room open 24-hours. Set up for a meal at your picnic table, and enjoy dining in the fresh air. Roast some marshmallows over your campfire or just sit around it in the gathering dark and watch the sparks jump as the logs burn to embers.

Breakout - The Room Escape

attraction Warren, MI
Located in Warren, is the Breakout Escape Room, a thrilling, exhilarating and terrifying way to place where your wits are put to the test. There are 3 different themed rooms, where you and up to 24 others must work together to escape (maximum depends on which room you choose). Choose from the scary zombie room, the 007 style Game of Espionage, or the colorful Ringmasters Den. Each have unique challenges that are bound to test even the strongest of wills. Best thing about the breakout room is you might enter a room of strangers, but you will definitely leave with some friends. It is amazing what 60 minutes can do! This is a great family activity, and helps with team building, boosting morale and just having plain old fashioned fun. There are lots of restaurants and bars nearby, so you can re-feed after all of the activity. Or grab a cold one. It might be needed after the zombie room.

Matthaei Botanical Gardens

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
A 10,000 square-foot conservatory with many walking trails, outdoor and indoor display gardens that showcase Tudor styles, 100 native wild plants, tropical plants, labyrinths, restored prairies and more. Enjoy the hands on learning opportunities and other events.

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