2005 Fleetwood Pop up camper
2005 Fleetwood Pop up camper
Find the perfect RV rental in Columbia, NJ. Simple, easy, and fully insured.
Easy Towing 2021 Forest River FSX 178Bhsk in the Heart of the Poconos!!
2016 Grand Design Imagine 2600 -Delivered most anywhere
2019 No Boundaries 16.8 in the Heart of the Poconos!!
Tell us where you want to pick up or have your RV delivered
Sort by vehicle type, date, price, and amenities
Learn more about your favorite RV and the best local destinations
Send a request directly to the owner and start preparing for your adventure
Along the banks of the Delaware River, just on the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, sits the town of Columbia, NJ. This riverside town is part of the larger township of Knowlton, which spans much of the northwestern border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. When you decide to secure an RV rental in Columbia, you are putting yourself in a prime location. You will be surrounded by the forest and rivers of Northern Jersey, an easy drive from the rural expanses of Pennsylvania, and also an easy distance away for a day trip to New York City. With so much to explore in and around Columbia, you will be quickly filling your days as you explore the Garden State.
When you book an RV in Warren County, you will be able to visit the many scenic destinations that the northern Mid-Atlantic region has to offer. With pine forests to explore and mountains to climb, you are sure to enjoy days of adventures when you rent an RV in Northern New Jersey.
Just a short drive to the north of town is the Worthington State Forest. Worthington is home to a section of the Kittatinny Mountains, thus making the terrain of the park relatively varied and rugged. Experienced hikers are sure to enjoy the challenges of climbing Mt. Tammany while the more novice hikers, or those who don’t want to be more than 1,500 feet in the air, can enjoy the trails around Sunfish Pond or even head out on the seven-mile section of the Appalachian Trail that cuts through the park. If hiking really isn’t your speed, then you can explore the five miles of canoeing trails that wind through the park.
Just a quick drive east of town is the Jenny Jump State Forest in Hope. Home to the Jenny Jump Mountain Range, this is another great place to explore if you’re looking for a little bit more challenging hiking options. With 11 miles of trails winding through the park, you’ll be able to explore this ancient glacial landscape and imagine what the land may have looked like thousands of years ago. Or instead, you can simply enjoy the panoramic vistas as you reach each summit.
Over the border into neighboring Pennsylvania is the Long Pond Conservation Easement near Tannersville. This relatively secretive park allows visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of eastern Pennsylvania. Visitors can hike through the forest on the maintained trails, enjoy a picnic, or even head out to one of the maintained sports fields and play a pick-up game. Also, if you fancy yourself an outdoor enthusiast, you can get yourself the necessary paperwork and permits and take to the park’s hunting range and try your luck.
When you secure an RV rental in Columbia, New Jersey, make sure you book a couple of RV sites in order to allow yourself plenty of time to rest to further your North Jersey adventure. Luckily enough, there are several options to choose from in the area.
Just on the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River is Shady Acres Campground. At Shady Acres, guests are able to choose if they would like a site with no hookups, water and electric, or full hook-ups. Guests will also have access to restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, an on-site camp store, and a pool.
A little bit farther into Pennsylvania is Camp Charles Campgrounds. At Camp Charles, guests can expect water/electric hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and a camping store. Guests will also have access to a rec room and several recreational activities.
When you book a campervan rental in Columbia, make sure you set aside some extra time to explore the local area. There is much to learn about the local community as well as to keep you entertained on your days "off.”
If you sometimes find yourself howling at the moon, then spend part of your day at the Lakota Wolf Preserve. You can sign up for a tour and head out through the preserve and learn all about Lakota’s work and the magnificent animals that call the preserve home. You might even get to see foxes and bobcats on the tour.
If you want to play the day away, then head to the amusement park just east of town. At this amusement/water park, you can enjoy various thrill rides, water slides, and even an African safari ride. Not only that, but there are plenty of fun rides and splash pads for the little ones. You can also play various arcade games and boardwalk games in the hopes to win tickets and prizes.
Just over the border into Pennsylvania is the Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm. The perfect destination for history buffs, here you can enjoy learning all about the daily lives of the early settlers to the region. You’ll be able to meet re-enactors, check out the farm animals, and even catch a hayride. You’ll also get to see several of the original historic buildings from the 1800s when this farm was first founded.
When you find yourself with an RV rental in Columbia, be sure to treat yourself to some North Jersey classics. Find a local diner or deli and enjoy a plate stacked with a freshly made reuben, pastrami, or even a bagel sandwich. These hearty dishes will be exactly what you need to keep your adventure going.
When you find yourself needing to restock and refuel your RV rental in Columbia, you will find a few options in town. If you want a larger range of options, you can head just over the border and north toward Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.