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A bustling and historic city located in Southern New Jersey, Millville welcomes those looking to explore the Delaware Bay area, the pine forests of New Jersey, and learn more about the beginnings of early American history. No matter what outdoor activity and journeys beckon you, you will be able to find the ideal day trips and destinations when you rent an RV in this colonial town. The history of Millville may start a little hazy with contradicting claims and gaps in the historical record, but the town was definitely founded before the country itself. However, it wasn’t until after the Revolutionary War that this city took off with the creation of sawmills, glass factories, textile factories, and farms. Now, Millville is proud of its colonial heritage and continues to look to the future.
If you want to park your motorhome rental in Millville for a bit, you can hop aboard one of the NJ Transit bus routes. You’ll be able to explore the local community with ease.
When you book an RV in Cumberland County, you’ll be able to explore everything from the bright and sunny Jersey Shore to the historic metropolis of Philadelphia. With so many adventures waiting for you, your time in Millville is sure to be a memorable experience.
Just to the north of town, making it an easy day trip is Parvin State Park near Vineland. Parvin perfectly straddles two of New Jersey’s classic wilderness zones: the Pine Barrens and the swampy hardwood forests of the coastal region. There are three different large bodies of water contained within the park; for swimming, there is Parvin Lake, while boating can be enjoyed on Thundergust Lake, and fishing in Muddy Run. Those looking to enjoy more aquatic adventures will have a wealth of opportunity. If you want to do some wildlife viewing, the multiple ecosystems are home to a wide variety of plants and animals, making the entire park a sort of wilderness wonderland.
If you’d rather experience some of the Jersey shore, you can head to the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge near Woodbine. Originally founded as a haven for migratory shorebirds, the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge has become a habitat for all kinds of South Jersey wildlife. The park is home to four trails that will guide you through the various regions of the park that are open to visitors. Birders can rejoice at the refuge because more than 100 different migratory shorebirds and songbirds use the site as a migratory stopping point.
A great day trip, heading north, is the Bass River State Forest near Port Republic. One of the oldest state forests in New Jersey, you can explore the nature trails that wind around Lake Absegami, enjoy the glorious canopies made up of cedar, maple, and pine trees, and even enjoy a few fishing outposts. One truly unique feature at Bass River is what is locally known as the “Pygmy Forest,” where a certain area of trees didn’t quite reach their full height. So, you can feel like a giant as you hike through the Pygmy Forest comprised of 4-foot-tall pine and oak trees. While there are other forests like this in the world, the one located in Bass River is the most expansive in the world.
When you secure an RV rental in Millville, make sure you secure yourself a spot at one of the local campgrounds or RV parks. Luckily enough, there are a few options around town that are worth considering.
Just to the east of town is the Country Oaks Campground. At County Oaks, guests can expect full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and an on-site camp store. Guests will also have access to a seasonal pool.
Just northwest of town is the Jellystone Park Camping Resort. At Jellystone Park, guests will have full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and dump stations. Guests will also have access to a pool and splash pad and a fishing pond.
The best way to learn about a local community is to spend some time in the area. When you book a campervan rental in Millville, make sure you take a day or two to explore the community around you. You’ll be able to learn a lot about this colonial region of the country as you experience what the town has to offer.
Millville has a history of glass and textile formation, so it’s no surprise that an arts and handiwork scene has thrived in the area. You can spend part of the day at the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center and enjoy the Museum of American Glass, performances and events, and even sign up for a class. And if you’re lucky, you just might meet an artist at the workshop.
If you want to learn a little bit more about the history of the region, you can head to the Millville Army Air Field Museum. You can learn about how Millville has participated in the most recent wars, see preserved aircraft, and even attend different events featuring local veterans. Not only that, but the museum also often hosts movie nights, so see if any of them coincide with your travel plans.
If you’re looking for a night out on the town, you can head just north to Vineland and enjoy a show at the Cumberland Players. You can see a locally produced play ranging from the classics to new works fresh off of Broadway. They are sure to be featuring a fun show during your time in Millville.
Eventually, you may need to restock and refuel your RV rental in Millville. Luckily enough, there are several options in and around town where you can get what you need and continue your South Jersey journey.
When you rent an RV in South Jersey, make sure you grab a table at the local diner. New Jersey is known for its diners, and each one has its own claim to fame. So, try the local classic and unwind from your exciting day.