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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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Vibrant. Charming. Historic. High class. All of these words can be used when describing Springfield, the third largest city in the state of Missouri. Equidistant from St. Louis, Memphis in Tennessee, Oklahoma City, and Kansas City, Springfield is ideally situated for people hoping to rent an RV and take a tour through splendid middle America. With Interstate 44 running through town, nothing is too far or difficult to reach, but you need not leave town because there is much to do and see in Springfield, too.
The city is nicknamed the Queen City of the Ozarks and was once home to the Lenape, Kickapoo, and Osage Native Americans. With seemly endless amounts of history and culture, it's tough to find a better place to explore for the very first time. When you book an RV in Springfield, Missouri, you also enable yourself to celebrate and mingle with kind locals and take part in annual festivities that give the city a reputation for fun and culture. The Annual Festival of the Nations is a great yearly reminder that people from all over the world have brought a small piece of their homeland to Springfield, and they celebrate by having extraordinary food from all over.
Known as the birthplace of infamous Route 66, the city of Springfield relishes the opportunity to celebrate the famous highway with a massive car show each year. Thousands come together to take photos, compete for prizes, and admire each other’s cars and motorcycles. As you can see there is lots to do in town when you tour the area with a Springfield RV rental, so see for yourself!
Missouri is often called “The Show Me State”, and it’s all right there in the name. Often overlooked as a flyover state, Missouri is fortunate to have some gorgeous scenery and sights to behold. Springfield is in the southern reaches of the state and is within driving distance of lots of exciting outdoor attractions accessible with the Springfield motorhome rental.
The Springfield metro area contains over 3,200 acres of park land, and 103 special sites including botanical gardens, nature preserves, walking trails, bicycle paths, sports complexes, and historical sites, making Springfield one of the friendliest outdoor cities in America.
Outside the city, Bois D’Arc Conservation Area is a good place to escape the city for the day in your Springfield camper rental and observe the wildlife. Birdwatching, hunting, trapping, fishing, hiking, are all welcome here provided you obtain the right permits, and there is even an archery shooting range, too.
Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield is a welcome site for history lovers, where you can see the preserved grounds that once had countless Union and Confederate soldiers clashing. There are walking paths and old buildings to tour, and even the Hulston Library that has thousands of documents and lists of soldiers’ names who fought or died in the battle of Wilson’s Creek.
With nine distinct sections, the Mark Twain National Forest is perhaps the best-known example of outdoors beauty in the state of Missouri. Named for the famed author, this forest has over 1.5 million acres of Ozark highlands, with thousands of cave systems, volcanic mountains, streams, and old growth forest. You can drive in your Springfield RV rental to the forest’s seven different wilderness areas where your imagination is the limit for what you can do. There are too many things to see and too much ground to cover, so get moving and see as much as you can!
Over the border in Arkansas, you can visit Ozark National Forest and Buffalo National River. Buffalo National River was the first river to receive such a distinction, and is a wonderful place to camp, canoe, kayak, or fish. The river is 153 miles long and maintained by the National Park Service. Ozark National Forest is home to 23 different campgrounds, as well as 395 miles of hiking trails and 375 miles of streams and rivers, all located in the majestic Ozark Mountains. There is really no limit to where you can go and the memories you can make when you rent an motorhome in Springfield.
Springfield is a wonderful place in its own right and has enough stuff to warrant a long trip or a second stay. In addition to the many mouthwatering restaurants, tantalizing microbreweries, art galleries, and artisan shopping locations, Springfield has too many attractions to name.
The Fantastic Caverns is a great way to start your trip off right and has the proud distinction of being the only cave in North America that you can drive through. The park has educational tours to help describe what you see and how it formed naturally over thousands of years.
The Springfield Botanical Gardens are a sight to behold at Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park. This stunning, serene park has a wide array of interesting flowers and awesome landscape. There is even the Mizumoto Japanese Garden that has lots of Asian influence and Japanese architecture intertwined with exotic plants.
The Dickerson Park Zoo has many animals hailing from all over the world that you can see, learn about, and enjoy when you visit. The park is very reasonably priced and all of your money goes towards conserving and protecting wildlife. If you want a truly weird site to visit before you leave town, visit the Noble Food headquarters where you can see the actual largest fork in the world outside the office.
RV Parks to Visit
When you rent a camper in Springfield, you have access to three Walmart Supercenters and more than enough places to fuel your recreational vehicle. Cooks RV Motor Park is a lovely place to spend the night in your RV. This park has lots of heart, and is close to lots of bicycle trails, golf courses, local attractions, and even the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds that hosts the annual fair.
Lambert’s Cafe RV Park is a unique place to park for the night, and even features its own famous cafe. They accommodate even the largest recreational vehicles and have all the normal amenities.
Springfield/ Route 66 KOA has a seasonal pool and is very dog friendly with a lush off-leash park for your furry friends to interact with others. You really can’t go wrong when you take the plunge and rent a travel trailer in Springfield, there are so many accommodating places to park overnight.