2020 Winnebago Solis 59PX
2020 Winnebago Solis 59PX
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A short distance away from where two great states meet you can find Pennsauken Township, New Jersey. This suburban township gets you right into the heart of the action, making it a great spot to rent an RV. Book an RV in Pennsauken Township and you have access to splendid natural areas or sprawling cityscapes to choose from. An area loaded with landmarks and attractions for individuals or families of all ages. With great spots by the water and access to an impressive amount of history there’s always something interesting to explore when you rent an RV in Pennsauken Township. Getting around is easy as well with NJ Transit servicing the area. Philadelphia is always worth a visit only a short drive away. You could also visit the city of Trenton with less than an hour’s drive. Whatever you enjoy, Pennsauken Township RV rental has a lot to offer.
Before you get lost in the city there’s plenty of nice nature spots around the area to take full advantage of your travel trailer rental in Pennsauken Township. It can be difficult to find green space in such a metropolis, but you never have to go too far to find a nice spot to hitch up and have a barbecue. Penn Treaty Park might be the most pleasant spot in the area. A quiet park by the river near a fishtown for easy meal decisions or a relaxing stroll. You could always walk the Ben Franklin Bridge to enjoy the scenic views of the cities. Then there’s Camden Waterfront with all of its attractions, water activities, and a boardwalk for enjoying the fresh air. Always a popular tourist destination with plenty of ways to keep you entertained. You could also check out Wellwood Park while you are in the area. This unassuming park often has local music and is a nice spot in the city to relax and have a picnic.
It isn’t all city parks however since you can always visit a spot like Palmyra Cove Nature Park. A beautiful nature park that covers 250 acres with riverfront views on the beach and all the forests and meadows that have made this area beautiful for generations. Traverse the many trails, stop and take a picture, or learn something at the environmental center. You will also have to visit Petty Island, a 500 acre island in between the two cities that has become a nature preserve instead of melding into the surrounding industrial center. After years of fighting to remain natural this area is a reminder of beautiful land worth fighting for. If you really enjoy beautiful flower arrangements Liberty Lands is a quaint 2 acre park that will make you stop in awe. Or you can find a nice lake park like Haddon Lake Park for a pleasant neighborhood park with nice trails to relax as you look back on a wonderful trip.
Even with the hustle and bustle of Philadelphia nearby, there are plenty of places to park your Pennsauken Township RV rental by owner a breeze.
If you are really looking to explore Philadelphia from its heart look no further than Campus Park and Ride. You won’t find great amenities here, but you can’t beat the location for finding resources or exploring the city of Philadelphia. The site does have electrical hookups, but there’s no sewer hookups. You will, however, find showers and restrooms.
Philadelphia South/Clarksboro KOA is another solid choice in Clarksboro half an hour away. A scenic spot with greenery near the city, there are plenty of nearby resources like gas, shopping, and restaurant in walking distance. As is typical for this large chain, the amenities are top notch, with full hookups, laundry and shower facilities. There’s also a rec room, a swimming pool and fishing nearby. It all makes for a great place to park your luxury RV rental in Pennsauken Township.
Old Cedar Campground in Monroeville half an hour away is a more traditional RV park campground with solid amenities and beautiful spacious lots. Full hookups, Wi-Fi and laundry facilities make for an enjoyable stay. There’s also a pool and a rec room to keep you occupied. You can find a local winery down the road but you will have to drive a few miles for shopping and food.
Before you spend your vacation completely flabbergasted with all the options for enjoying your time, here are a few things to check out in the area that should be well worth a visit.. Head over to Northern Liberties for some excellent shopping and more in one of the coolest areas around. Alternatively, Battleship New Jersey is always an experience, especially for kids. It’s not every day you get to board a bona fide Iowa-class battleship, after all.
You can also find even more great shopping at Cherry Hill Mall. Then there’s the Museum of the American Revolution that everyone should take the time to visit. After all, this is an area of New Jersey that’s synonymous with the struggle that birthed America. History is huge in this area and you can find more at Independence National Historical Park. There’s always something to keep you enthralled when you rent a motorhome in Pennsauken Township.