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Discover Amsterdam, NY

The city of Amsterdam, New York, sits along the banks of the Mohawk River, and is about 30 miles northwest of the state capital of Albany. The first Europeans to inhabit the area were Dutch. However, after the American Revolutionary War, more and more English colonists moved to the area and eventually the city was renamed Amsterdam, in order to pay homage to the original settlers’ home country. After the construction of the Erie Canal, the city exploded as a result of the increase in trade and commerce. Today, Amsterdam does all it can to protect its history and historic buildings. With the city’s central location in Upstate New York, choosing to book an RV in Amsterdam will allow you to explore some of the most natural landscape in the entire northeast portion of the United States.

When you rent an RV in Amsterdam, you’ll be able to explore the capital of New York, the natural beauties of Upstate New York, and the city on the Mohawk River that continues to move to the beat of its own drum.

The Great Outdoors

Northwest of Amsterdam is the famed Adirondack Park. With roughly six million acres of forests and rolling mountains preserved in the form of a state park and forest preserve, Adirondack Park is also home to many towns and villages, making it a very unique place to spend time. Of the park’s expansive acreage, there are 3.4 million acres that are privately owned but still fall under the same protection. Within all of this land, visitors are able to hike the 46 peaks, canoe down the more than 30,000 miles of rivers, and enjoy some of the most beautiful fall foliage you’ll ever see, making the Adirondacks the natural jewel of Upstate New York.

To the northeast of Amsterdam sits the Moreau Lake State Park, which is located near Hudson Falls, New York. This lovely parcel of land sits along the banks of the Hudson River. You can spend the day on the sandy shores of Lake George or the Hudson, try your hand at fishing or kayaking, or go hiking through the park’s hardwood forests. If you’re traveling in the winter, Moreau Lake State Park is considered to be a prime spot for ice fishing and cross-country skiing.

Even though it is two hours to the south, when you book an RV rental in Amsterdam, be prepared to drive it to Minnewaska State Park Preserve, near New Paltz, New York. At home within the Shawangunk Mountain Ridge, the rugged terrain creates waterfalls, sky lakes, and dramatic geologic formations, unlike anything you’ve seen. On top of all of that, the park is blessed with a hardwood forest that stands tall and firm. You can also go scuba diving and explore ice caves. It won’t take long before you understand why so many American artists spent their summers staying near this wondrous piece of wilderness.

RV Parks

When you search for a motorhome rental in Amsterdam, you’re going to also have to search for places to sleep for the night in order to relax and recharge.

If you’re looking to stay near the cities, check out Arrowhead Marina & RV Park on the outskirts of nearby Schenectady. With electrical hookups, bathroom blocks, WiFi, and access to a boat slip, you’ll have everything you need.

If you’re looking for something a little quieter, just to the south of Amsterdam is the Frosty Acres Campground. Though they are not open year round, they offer plenty of amenities if you are traveling with the Amsterdam camper rental in the summer or fall. You can enjoy the bathroom and shower houses, laundry facilities, canoe, and paddleboat rentals, a video arcade, an on-site convenience store, and planned activities every week.

Explore the City

When you book an RV rental in Amsterdam, NY, be sure to set aside plenty of time to explore the city itself. There is so much to see in this historic town that you’ll forget all about Albany and Schenectady just next door.

If you want to learn more about this city on the Mohawk River, then spend time at the Walter Elwood Museum. The museum focuses on local history and does all that it can to preserve that history and educate visitors in the rich past of Amsterdam. You can learn about natural history, such as the fossils found in the region, and political history, such as the effects of the American Revolution.

Amsterdam has more than a dozen buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, ranging from factories to churches to the Amsterdam Castle, a former armory for the National Guard. You can go on a self-guided tour of these locations and get a better understanding of Amsterdam in its heyday.

When in Upstate New York, you’ll be remiss to not get a slice of tomato pie, which is sort of like a reverse pizza with the sauce on top of the cheese, or a plate of chicken riggies, which is rigatoni with chicken and peppers dressed with a tomato cream sauce. No matter what food you search for, be sure to treat yourself to some locally produced ice cream; the dairies in Upstate New York are some of the best.

RV Rentals in Amsterdam, NY

Amsterdam, NY is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Amsterdam. Outdoorsy's Amsterdam RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Amsterdam are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, and Lehigh Gorge State Park.

What's around Amsterdam, NY

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Kaaterskill Falls Trail Elka Park New York
Mount Marcy from Adirondak Lodge Newcomb New York
Sleeping Beauty Mountain and Lake George Trail Fort Ann New York
Plotter Kill Preserve Trail Schenectady New York
Overlook Mountain Trail Woodstock New York
Cascade to Porter Mountain Trail Lake Placid New York
Bear Mountain Trail Salisbury Connecticut
Sam's Point and Verkeerderkill Falls Trail Pine Bush New York
Hadley Mountain Trail Hadley New York
Buck Mountain Trail Pilot Knob New York

Nearby Campgrounds

West Canada Creek Campsites

campground Poland, NY
West Canada Creek Campsite lies 12 miles outside of Utica, New York, just north of Poland on the West Canada Creek. The campground is clean and well-kept, with an amazing location alongside the creek. The campground offers pull through sites and big rig access. The campground offers full hookups and trees for shade. There is a playground and some playing fields, but the main draw is how pretty this place is. Go for a swim in the swimming pool or play in the creek. Rent a canoe and go for a paddle, or take a tube upstream and take a leisurely float down the creek. There are fishing supplies in the store, and fish in the creek! Spend a pleasant evening sitting around your campfire, and enjoy the quiet. You can buy an ice cream and take a walk around the grounds. It is pet friendly, and all dogs must be leashed. The park has a family-friendly atmosphere. Any amenities you need are right nearby in Poland, New York.

Whispering Pines Campsite and RV Park

campground Greenfield Center, NY
Less than an hour away from Albany, New York is where you'll find Whispering Pines RV Park and Campground. Experience the best of rural New York without leaving behind the modern conveniences of the big city. This area encompasses 72 acres of tall, breezy pine trees, which also includes a trout creek and two stream-filled ponds. It is conveniently located near the Adirondack Mountains, the Lake George region, and historic downtown Saratoga. Several notable attractions and landmarks are literally minutes away, such as Six Flags Great Escape Amusement Park & Splashwater Kingdom, Saratoga National Cemetery, and the County Fair grounds. There are also annual festivals and seasonal events scheduled on-site throughout the year, like rowing regattas, dog shows, reunions, and arts and crafts festivals. The park is equipped with electrical hookups for RVs, WiFi, and cable television. Other amenities on-site include a small grocery store, a propane gas station, a swimming pool, and planned activities like hayrides. The variety of activities available ensures that everyone has something to enjoy at this park.

Frosty Acres Campground

campground Duanesburg, NY
Frosty Acres Campground is nestled in the scenic hills of Duanesburg, New York at 1,250 ft. above sea level. The campground has a spectacular view for as far as the eye can see on a clear day! Secluded in the hills, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The refreshing breezes caress the hills and dispel the summer heat. Frosty Acres campsites are spaciously spread across our hills and provides the option of sunny or shaded campsites. Amenities include inground pool, beach, three ponds, playground and ballfield, recreation hall with video arcade and pool table, on grounds store for ice, firewood, and camping supplies, laundry facilities, bathroom, and showers, and dump station. RV facilities include full and partial hookups (20 amp/30 amp/50 amp). Frosty Acres Campground also has a different theme every weekend so you can choose to camp with us on Christmas in July weekend or maybe Halloween weekend. Frosty Acres is a privately owned campground which offers people the option of becoming a member, seasonal or just a camper on vacation

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