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The quaint, historic city of Glens Falls is located in upstate New York, north of Albany and east of Syracuse. Due to its location between Fort Henry and Fort William, Glens Falls has been the site of many battles, mainly during the French-Indian and Revolutionary Wars.

The town was originally named Chepontuc by Native Americans, which means '"hard to get around," due to a waterfall that blocked the Hudson River; the city was eventually named Glens Falls, after Colonel Johannes Glen. Glen was allowed to name the town in order to settle a debt with a resident, and the community has been named this ever since. If you enjoy exploring a city with a long military history that's surrounded by some of the best natural sights in upstate New York, then consider one of the RV rentals in Glens Falls.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the best reasons to rent a motorhome in Glens Falls is its proximity to Lake George. Lake George is very popular due to the sheer amount there is to do here. On top of fishing and water sports during the summer, there are also winter activities such as snowmobiling and skiing. There are plenty of trails around dedicated to both skiing and hiking too. There are even gorgeous marble cave systems to explore, complete with a natural stone bridge. If you're looking to splash some cash when you visit, there are lots of paid attractions, including zip lines and a boat tour along Lake George.

Glens Falls is full of outdoor attractions, some of which are located within the city limits. One of the most beautiful parks to visit when you rent a camper in Glens Falls is Cole's Woods. The best time of year to visit Cole's Woods is during the winter, as it's a popular destination for cross-country skiing, with people coming from across New York to ski here. With roughly five miles of dedicated trails that weave through lush woodland, this is an excellent place to visit regardless of the season.

There are numerous rivers and lakes dotted around Glens Falls, making it the ideal place to rent an RV if you enjoy water sports. A visit to Crandall Park is well worth it if you enjoy this sort of recreation. Within the city limits, Crandall Park contains lots of playing fields if you want to kick a ball around in the sunshine, as well as a pond for fishing, with popular catches including pickerel and bass. There are hundreds of trails around this area too, including ones that lead directly to Lake George.

RV Parks

If you're hoping to be close to Lake George when you book a camper rental in Glens Falls, then you might consider a stop at Ledgeview RV Park. Containing over 200 all-weather campsites, Ledgeview has full hookups that support 30 and 50 amp electric. Amenities here include showers and laundry services, as well as recreation such as swimming pool and a game room.

There are plenty of spots to park your camper rental near Glens Falls, and another option is King Phillips Campground. A similar campground to Ledgeview, King Phillips Campground contains over 200 all-weather campsites which support max amp electric. The amenities at this campground are fairly standard, and recreation activities include a swimming pool and outdoor games.

Exploring the City

Having a motorhome rental in Glens Falls is perfect if you enjoy history and scenic views. The city is also big enough that you wouldn't need to go elsewhere; however, Albany is less than an hour's drive south. As Glens Falls contains a lot of history, there are many museums around town, and one of the best is The Hyde Collection. This museum is renowned for its impressive art collection, which contains work by both famous and local artists. The building itself is also a treat to explore, with its pastel colors and colonial architecture.

Another intriguing historical building to visit when you book an RV rental in Glens Falls is the Chapman Historical Museum. This renovated manor house focuses on depicting how the people of Glens Falls lived in the 19th century, complete with original furnishings and other artifacts from the period. Each room in the house is from a different era, with quirky items which are not only interesting but illustrative of what life was like for residents.

If you're looking to combine history and nature, then another fascinating place to visit is Cooper's Cave. These caves are located right in the center of Glens Falls on the Hudson River. These caves are well known due to their association with James Fenimore Cooper, who was inspired by the caves when writing The Last of the Mohicans. There are informational plaques on Cooper and the Mohican Tribe, and the caves are an engrossing and beautiful natural wonder that the whole family will enjoy.

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