2020 NuCamp T@B CS-S
2020 NuCamp T@B CS-S
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Based on archaeological discoveries, archaeologists believe that this area was inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Native Americans for nearly 6,000 years before the first European settler stepped on the shores of New Jersey. Morristown was officially founded in 1715 by English Presbyterians. The town was named for Lewis Morris, the first royal governor of New Jersey. Located halfway between New York City and Philadelphia, Morristown became a key part of the American Revolution strategy, and at one point, General Washington ran his operations from a tavern in the city. Various scandals and misdeeds took place in the town, as well. Benedict Arnold was publicly court-martialed in Morristown at Dickerson’s Tavern for profiteering.
Today, Morristown is best known for its United States Equestrian Team, which competes internationally and often enters the Olympic arena. Notable residents include Peter Dinklage, an award-winning actor and one of the stars of the Games of the Throne, Steve Forbes, the founder of Forbes magazine, and many athletes, actors, and politicians.
Morristown’s proximity to dazzling New York City, only 30 miles to the east, makes it an ideal place to search for an RV rental.
A common reason to rent an RV is to explore the outdoors and embark on an adventure of a lifetime. The Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, though only 12 square miles, is a critical park for the local wildlife. Many endangered and threatened critters are known to make their home in this park, like the Indiana bat, blue-spotted salamander, wood turtle, and a few others. Not only spotting one but also photographing one would be a feat of a lifetime. Migratory birds and ducks also often use this park as a stopover spot. It’s an impressive sight to see a huge swarm of waterfowls darken the skies, even momentarily.
To the west, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area slices along the Pennsylvania-New Jersey Border. Covering several hundred miles, there are endless miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Picturesque waterfalls fed by creeks meander through the craggy, ancient forests. A 28-mile portion of the Appalachian trail slices through the Gap. Hikers are encouraged to share snacks and first-aid supplies with the thru-hikers, but it’s not by any means a requirement. The sheer limestone and granite rock cliffs, ranging in its difficulty, are popular with rock climbers of all skill levels. There are a handful of established campsites with hookups for RVs and motorhomes. Bring your Morristown RV rental along as some campgrounds are more “rustic” in the sense that they don’t have hookups, but the RV community is still very welcoming.
When you book an RV in Morristown, NJ, be sure think about where you’ll park overnight while you hit the sack. Street parking is frowned upon. There are a handful of options in the area that may work for your needs. Stephens State Park in Hackettstown has campsites with space for small RVs and trailers. Aside from restrooms and showers, amenities are barebone. The easy access to Morris Canal for fishing and hiking may be a plus.
Mahlon Dickerson Reservation, which is near Sparta, offers a campsite with a limited number of lots for RVs with 30 and 50 amp hookups, water, a dump station, and restroom and shower facilities. This campsite is open only April through October.
Explore the historic mid-state New Jersey in a luxury RV rental. The area is steeped in history, and there are many homes, buildings, and structures that date back to the founding of this country. The local history guides are eager to share their knowledge, and dozens of museums dot the central New Jersey area. The Whippany Railway Museum’s exhibits highlight a different era in the railroad history. It has many artifacts and original trains that date back to the mid-19th century. A few times a year, the museum holds special events and visitors can go on a ride on an authentic steam locomotive train complete with historic caboose cars.
Golfing is a popular activity for New Jersey residents and out-of-town folks alike. In fact, some people travel halfway across the world just to play at courses designed by world-class architects. The Pinch Brook Golf Course in Florham Park was designed by Rees Jones Inc, one of the top course developers. The par-65 course has earned a 3.5 stars out of five from Golf Digest. The fairways are shorter, but the water hazards and elevated greens pose a challenge for even an old pro.
A motorhome rental from Morristown makes it easy to get to the local attractions. The Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange is home to hundreds of rare and endangered animals. This accredited zoo is committed to the conservation and rehabilitation efforts. Embark on a behind-the-scenes tour of the facilities, and get one-on-one time with the zookeepers of various exhibitions. Learn about the food various wildlife eat, what it requires to keep them healthy, and even tour the animal hospital where the vet techs and zoologists work on rehabilitating injured or ill animals.
At the end of a long day of adventure and sightseeing, open a bottle of birch beer (a New Jersey specialty drink) and relax in the perfect Morristown camper rental that you are out exploring with your family in.