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If you’re looking for a vacation destination where you can find some peace and quiet and at the same time be close to the vibrant, fast-paced life of the big city, then you might want to consider getting an RV rental in Hackettstown, New Jersey. This small town is located in the heart of an area of open fields and lush trees and still manages to be close to the Big Apple, also known as New York City, as well as the city of Allentown, where you will be mesmerized by the bunch of museums that they have to offer.

Closer to your RV trailer rental in Hackettstown you’ll find Morristown, an important location in the American Revolution, as well as the riverside city of Easton. When you want to escape the noise and traffic for a bit, you can easily drive to the beautiful Harriman State Park or go have some fun in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. How easy is it to get there? Very, considering the US Route 46 runs through Hackettstown.

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The Great Hackettstown Outdoors

All you have to do to have some outdoor fun is park your travel trailer rental in Hackettstown - Stephens State Park is partly located within the town itself. Here you can hike through lush, dense forest, climb up the lookout tower, or try your luck with your fishing rod. Bring a picnic and sit down to enjoy the silence, or go rock climbing. It’s up to you as to what kind of nature-filled fun you want to have.

If you decide not to stay with the best RV rental in Hackettstown but would prefer to explore the surroundings, make sure that you don’t miss the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. An oasis in an otherwise suburban area, this refuge can offer you a wide variety of scenery: grasslands, marshland, and mature forest are just a few. As the name suggests, the wildlife is rich, and you might get a glimpse of an American black duck, a red fox, or a gray tree frog - but whatever you do, don’t forget your camera.

For some more breathtakingly stunning nature, hop into your RV and head toward Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Hike on fantastic trails running through forested mountains, rhododendron ravines, and fertile floodplains, or go paddling on the streams and rivers, all while keeping an eye open for all the wildlife. This area is a gold mine for any history buff; here you’ll find Native American archaeological sites, old rural villages, and remains from the early Dutch settlements. It’ll be one of the most fun history lessons you’ve had.

RV Parks in Hackettstown

There aren’t a whole lot of spots to set up your RV rental near Hackettstown, but the parks that are there have a lot to offer. Pleasant Acres Farm RV Resort has shower and laundry facilities, playgrounds, and a swimming pool. They also have ponies, sheep, and ducks. If you've brought your kids, they’ll have so much fun here.

At Timothy Lake North RV Camping you’ll find loads of entertainment as well; you can go fishing, play some mini golf, or splash around in the swimming pool, and there are potlucks, arts and crafts, and dancing, too. There is a store on-site, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for, there are plenty of grocery stores in Hackettstown too, as well as gas stations. How convenient!

Exploring Hackettstown

Park your RV rental in Hackettstown, NJ, and experience everything that the lovely town has to offer. A great place to start is the Historical Society Museum, where you’ll be enclosed by the former days of the town - have a look at old photos from all over town, at old records, and even old recipes. Get astounded and inspired by the artifacts and memorabilia including books and clothing, and perhaps learn a little bit about genealogy.

For some more current culture, stop by the farm market in the city. Here you can pick your own pumpkins and berries, learn all there is to know about the local farming and, of course, try out the locally produced, fresh products. Other than hearty vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and cauliflower, there’s a whole load of products such as homemade soups and pies, local cheese and coffee, and gift baskets. Your vacation food will have never tasted so good.

This is a town that likes to bring the community together and host great events like captivating parades, a spring festival, and other holiday-themed events. And if you want even more, there are also concerts, late-night shopping and bar crawls, and if you’re hungry, you can munch on some Asian food, try some South American delicacies, or have some traditional American food.

You probably don’t want to miss out on all the culture, nature, and unique experiences that this town has to offer, so start your search for RV rentals in Hackettstown right now. Have fun!

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