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When you’re looking for some excitement, you may want to search for an RV in Warren County, New Jersey. Blairstown is located in this county and sits close to the Pennsylvania border and offers plenty of outdoor excitement and beautiful scenery. In fact, Blairstown nestles along the Worthington State Forest, which is part of the Delaware Water National Recreation Area.

This town was originally known as Smith’s Mill but was later called Butt’s Bridge, named for a family that owned an eponymous crossing over Paulins Kill, or "creek." Blairstown was incorporated in 1845, and as it has grown, it has managed to cling to its small-town atmosphere and feel. For horror movie enthusiasts, this is the site where some of the scenes from the movie Friday the 13th were filmed. When you rent an RV in this portion of the country, you can visit many parks and forests, including High Point State Park to the north near Port Jervis, New York. Harriman State Park also in New York near Peekskill, right along the Hudson River, or you can head west to visit Pinchot State Forest near Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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The Great Outdoors

If you’re looking for great sites to enjoy with that RV trailer rental from Blairstown, visit Bushkill Falls. This offers a series of eight cascading waterfalls and has become one of Pennsylvania’s most popular outdoor destinations. In fact, it has become known as the Niagara of Pennsylvania, and if you want, you can enjoy hiking, fishing, or even birdwatching here. It’s a great destination when you rent an RV in Blairstown.

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area offers over 70,000 acres and is named for the point where the Delaware River cuts through Kittatinny Mountain. You can enjoy a quick, short hike or something a bit more rigorous and longer and it’s only a 90-minute drive away from New York City, which is great when you have the best RV rental Blairstown has to offer.

The Lakota Wolf Preserve is a wonderful, awe-inspiring and humbling place to visit, especially if you love animals and understand the plight of wolves in America. You can get up close to some magnificent wolves as well as foxes. When they howl, you may very well feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. It is a fantastic conservation area, and you can spend a few hours getting a great deal of information from the caretakers of this facility.

RV Parks

Timothy Lake South RV Park is located in Pennsylvania and offers full hookup service. They also have sites that have pull-through access. There are lots of sites available, and they have restrooms and shower facilities on site.

Ken’s Woods Campgrounds is also in Pennsylvania, but it doesn’t offer many hookup services or amenities. It’s a simple RV destination, and the sites are plenty big for even a larger motorhome rental from Blairstown, New Jersey.

Otter Lake Camp Resort is another one located in Pennsylvania that offers numerous amenities. It also has a pool open during the summer months, a playground where kids can burn off pent-up energy, and recreational trails to enjoy. They also offer fishing as an option, so long as you have the proper permits.

Exploring the City

There are many things to enjoy with a luxury RV rental in Blairstown, and if you rent an RV during the winter months, you can enjoy one of several ski areas in the region. Though these ski destinations can’t compare to those out West, namely along the Rocky Mountains or in northern New York or Vermont, they can still offer families great fun and recreation. Whether everyone in your family enjoys skiing (“two-planker”) or snowboarding, there’s something for everyone at the numerous ski areas found around the area.

Millbrook Village is a small, 19th-century re-creation of a village that is located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. They provide you an opportunity to step back in the past. You can see what life was like in the 19th century and how communities were built to support one another.

The Pocono Indian Museum in East Stroudsburg is a self-guided tour opportunity and offers interesting facts and history about the Native Americans who once lived in this region. You can also choose to take a tour, which can be very informative. It is a small museum with a portable electronic guide, so you can go at your own pace. It’s a nice stop when you rent a motorhome in Blairstown.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Paulinskill Valley Trail: Blairstown to Marksboro, NJBlairstown, NJ
  • White Lake Loop Trail, NJBlairstown, NJ
  • Green Trail, NJBlairstown, NJ
  • Racoon Ridge and Appalachian Trail, PADelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, PA
  • Appalachian Trail: Sunfish Pond & Mount Mohican, PADelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, PA
  • Paulinskill Valley Rail Trail (East and West), NJJenny Jump State Forest, NJ
  • The Pahaquarry Copper Mines Loop, PADelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, PA
  • Appalachian Trail, Catfish Pond, Rattlesnake Swamp Loop , PADelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, PA
  • Jenny Jump State Forest Trails, NJBlairstown, NJ
  • McDade Trail South, PADelaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, PA

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