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Allentown, New Jersey, located in Monmouth County, is a small town that was once home to the Delaware Tribe before being settled by Quakers and Presbyterians. This town was once an important location during the Revolutionary War due to its close proximity to the Delaware River.

This historic town is known for its charming shops and brick buildings, most of which have interesting backgrounds. Allentown is also just a short drive away from Trenton and Philadelphia, PA.

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The Great Outdoors

One outdoor area to venture to with your RV rental from Allentown would be Conines Millpond. This small lake is lined by towering trees providing a stunning backdrop for that family photo. The lake is ideal for those who wish to go fishing or kayaking.

Another option to cruise over to with your travel trailer rental from Allentown would be the Assunpink Wildlife Management Area. This wildlife habitat is home to over three lakes that many different types of waterfowl call home. It also offers numerous trails for walking, biking, and skiing you can enjoy.

Sea Girt Beach is another outdoor destination near Allentown that offers amazing recreational activities. The beach features soft white sand and a boardwalk you can explore to get panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Go fishing in the water or rent a boat or kayak to take out into the ocean. While here, you can also trek over to the historic Sea Girt Lighthouse. All of these provide great backdrops for that family photo so don't forget your camera!

While you are visiting the area, consider a short drive up to Trenton where you may view the Delaware River. Enjoy this magnificent view from your RV, take a walk along the rivers shore, or rent a kayak and get out and explore the river.

RV Parks

When you book an RV rental in Allentown, you will need a location to call home for your trip. Crystal Springs Wilderness Lodges and RV Resort is a luxury option situated within a forest and located on the edge of Crystal Spring Lake, making it the perfect spot for fishing enthusiasts. This resort also offers an outdoor living area and electric amenities for guests.

Indian Rock RV Park and Campground is yet another option you may consider. This pet-friendly park is surrounded by ancient oak trees and offers amenities such as water and electric. There are also tennis courts and a pool for you to relax in after being out in the hot sun all day.

Just a short drive away from Allentown you will find the Little Red Barn Campground. This RV spot offers 152 sites for your RV and helpful amenities such as electric, WiFi, and trash pick-up. This is a pet-friendly facility so don't forget Fido. There is also has a pool for you to relax in should you wish to stay close to the campground.

Exploring the City

This town is home to and near many different places that may be explored with your Allentown motorhome rental. One such place in town would be the Old Mill. This 1700s structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It once served as the grist mill of Nathan Allen, the man who this town is named after. Today, it is being revitalized back to its former glory and hosts a crafters’ guild throughout the year.

About half an hour away from town is the Princeton University Art Museum. This museum opened in 1882 and is home to over 92,000 pieces which range from antique to modern art. You’ll also find unique collections here, like Byzantine pieces and photographs.

Sayen House and Gardens is another option to check out. This historic garden began in 1912 and is known for its old home and mature azaleas and rhododendrons. You may tour the various gardens and landscapes gracing the lawn and occasionally explore the interior of the house.

To learn more about New Jersey, cruise in your RV rental over to the New Jersey State Museum. Located in Trenton, this museum is designed to help tell the history of New Jersey with exhibits and artifacts, such as historic flags and fossils found throughout the state. The museum is home to a planetarium which offers various programs throughout the year. After touring the museum, take a leisurely walk around its exterior where you’ll be blessed with amazing views of the nearby Delaware River.

Should you be seeking a taste of all that New Jersey has to offer, consider a camper rental in Allentown. Enjoy some of the local cuisine, watch a sunrise, relax by a cozy campfire, and take in the breathtaking scenery. Rent a motorhome in Allentown, NJ and go explore The Garden State!

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