Dunellen, NJ RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Dunellen, NJ
Ralph was great. He really went out of his way to accommodate us. Couldn't ask for a nicer guy to deal with. Went through the entire RV top to bottom with me before I left. ...
Highly recommend renting this RV from Ralph. First off, the RV is in a good condition and well maintained other than some minor wear and tear. It can comfortably fit 6 adults and...
Ralph was super helpful and cool about everything. Couldn't have asked for a an easier experience. He even offered to let us borrow some folding chairs! Will definitely have in...
Ralph was a pleasure to work with, he was responsive and friendly. he even called us 2 days prior to go over logistics and make sure we had everything we needed for our weekend...
We had a wonderful trip. Kathy and Tom were very accomodating and helpful whenever we had a question or problem. The only issue we had is that the water tank was not flushed...
Justyna was great! The RV was amazing and it was a great first time experience! The RV was a great way for us to be introduced to RV’s. It was our first experience and Justyna...
RVs for Rent Near Dunellen, NJ
RV Rentals in Counties Near Dunellen, NJ
Somerset County, MD180 RV Rentals
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|Breakneck Ridge Trail||Beacon||New York|
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|Mount Beacon Trail||Beacon||New York|
|The Pinnacle Trail Loop||Hamburg||Pennsylvania|
|White Shore Trail||Alpine||New Jersey|
|Anthony's Nose Trail from Beacon Highway||Cortlandt||New York|
|Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail||Columbia||New Jersey|
|Bear Mountain Loop Trail||Bear Mountain||New York|
|Glen Onoko Falls Trail||Jim Thorpe||Pennsylvania|
|Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail||Philadelphia||Pennsylvania|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Dunellen, NJ
Located on Liberty State Park, this interactive science museum has much to offer. Many science exhibits that will educate and inspire, the largest IMAX Dome theater in the United States, numerous educational resources, and the original Hoberman sphere, a silver, computer-driven engineering artwork.
The east coast is a beautiful vacation destination rich in history and full of fun things to see and do. If you plan to travel east in your RV, camp at Liberty Harbor Marina & RV Park and take some time to explore the oldest region of America. Liberty Harbor Marina & RV Park is located in Newark, New Jersey and offers easy access to the coast and all of the exciting things going on in the city. Liberty Harbor Marina & RV Park is conveniently located on the harbor. You can go swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking and more while you are camping. You will get to enjoy the peace and solitude of the ocean and even see some marine wildlife. The park offers full service RV hookups, showers, a laundry room, and clean restrooms. This park is open to campers all year long. Enjoy some of the sites and smells that make the east coast a wonderful place to visit.
Are you interested in the Civil War? If so, head over to St. Paul's National Historic Site. The church was built in the early 18th century, and is one of New York's oldest parishes. After the Battle of Pell's Point in 1776, the church was used as a hospital, and then for six years, as a center for military development. In the early 20th century, industrialisation saw a decline in the upkeep of the church, but in 1942, the interior of the church was restored and now looks as it did in the 18th century. The church has a very old organ and free concerts are often held. Be sure to visit the cemetery next to the church. There are graves here dating as far back as 1704. There is a traditional museum on site, where you can watch a video about the church. There are also displays of battle scenes, and other artifacts relating to the Civil War. If you have kids with you, they will love the history scavenger hunt. Guided tours are also on offer. This church is well worth a visit.
A green oasis with 1,212-acres, in the middle of an urban jungle. Visitors enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, a historic transportation building can be found here. From here you can take Statue Cruises which offer ferries to Statue of Liberty National Monument, Ellis Island and Liberty Island.
Take a trip through a virtual scenic tour of state parks, nature preserves, along with countless freshwater ponds and lakes as you head west from Clifton to the Fla-Net Park Campground. The drive takes about an hour along the Interstate 80, and if you can spare another twenty minutes, take the scenic route along the northern loop of New Jersey country roads. This route passes through Farney State Park and Mahlon Dickerson Reservation. Fla-Net Park seeks to recreate a rustic, authentic wilderness experience complete with spring fed ponds and gravel roads. Guests are welcome to use paddle boats in the water, and indulge in some catch and release fishing. There are several sites spacious enough for even your biggest rig and a toy trailer, and they also include electricity hookups. Seasonal amenities at the park include a swimming pool, laundry room, and a comfort station that includes hot showers. Guests can enjoy paddle boats, playground, and a rec room at any time of the year.
Only a twenty minute drive from Hempstead, New York will take you to the famous, white sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the preserved natural beauty of a tranquil seaside without giving up modern conveniences at Nickerson Beach Park, convenient to both Long Beach and several green spaces along the coast. Guests are welcome to experience swimming, hiking or bird-watching along this lovely seaside, which is also a nature preserve for local flora and fauna. Some parts of the beach may be closed off at certain times of the year to protest nesting seabirds. Amenities at this venue include a food concession, two swimming pools, a seaside pitch and putt, several fields for team sports like soccer, a skate park, a fully accessible comfort station, and barbecue and picnic facilities. The campground also hosts special events on holidays. The park is designed for both tents and RVs, and has 74 RV sites with water and electrical hookups. 66 of those sites also have sewage hookups.
Ellis Island is an example of America?s immigrant history. Once the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954, it is now home to an immigration museum which showcases the cultural heritage of those that came to the U.S. You can also visit the statue of Liberty.
Little Red Barn Campground is every bit as quaint and charming as it sounds. Nestled in a forested area only 15 miles from downtown Allentown, this idyllic, verdant oasis is next to both Lake Nockamixon and Nockamixon State Park. There are spaces for both tents and recreational vehicles, and 92 of these are equipped with water and electricity. Each campsite has a fire pit and picnic table, and other on-site amenities include a swimming pool, laundry room, games room, playground, modern bathrooms, and free WiFi. You can also refill your propane tank and dispose of trash. There?s also a large, enclosed pavilion available for larger groups. The campground also hosts scheduled activities like wagon rides, movie nights, and bonfire socials. Boating and fishing venues are only minutes away, and a slightly longer drive of either 30 minutes to two hours takes you to countless landmarks and attractions in both Pennsylvania and New York.
Dumpstations around Dunellen, NJ
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Eastbound, Westbound, No trucks, Picnic Table, Pets, No facilities - Sep 2015: Do not recommend for overnight parking, extremely noisy (R)
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We stayed at Liberty Harbor RV Park (basically just a parking lot for RV's) and took the ferry into New York City. Great place to stay if your looking to RV and want to head into NYC. By Scott Allain