New York, NY RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
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Very clean Vincenzo was very helpful in every way from set up to returning everything went very smoothly. It was myfirst time renting an RV this trailer was very easy to tow...
I want to say "THANK YOU!!!!" I needed a camper for a special event in Manhattan across from the U.N. On U.N. week. I was connected with Vincent who went above and beyond in...
Vinny was great! He's EXTREMELY accommodating and the RV is in great condition. The communication with him was just great and he gives prompt quick replies to any concerns...
Extremely nice, extremely helpful, was always quick to answer my questions and was extremely easy to work with. Had an amazing time thanks again!
Scott went out of his way to make this an easy transaction. The vehicle was clean, well maintained and stocked with supplies - Scott took the time to walk through all of the...
Great trip! Wonderful vehicle! Kind and considerate host! Scott and family - Thank you for all your assistance. Looking forward to future adventures.
Renting from Scott was overall a fantastic experience. His AIRSTREAM is meticulously maintained and the rental process was seamless.
The RV was in pristine condition and outfitted with lots of extras that made our trip very comfortable. Scott was very attentive and accessible when needed. I can't wait for my...
Our trip to Missouri was flawless and amazing!!! Scott prepped us on all the details about the Airstream necessary to have a completely stress free journey. He was always present...
As a newbie to RV-ing, the Airstream is everything you want in an RV and more. It was clean, spacious and super comfortable to drive for hours on end. Sleep sofa is very...
Super Easy Transation. Scott spent great time with us to review RV and go over all details of inside/driving. Great Experience. Will definitely use again!
Scott's RV is impeccable, incredibly well-equipped and very easy to drive and manage. Scott was a pleasure to work with -- very accessible, helpful and responsive. Overall,...
RVs for Rent Near New York, NY
RV Rentals in Counties Near New York, NY
Carroll County, MD285 RV Rentals
Talbot County, MD237 RV Rentals
Anne Arundel County, MD291 RV Rentals
Litchfield County, CT167 RV Rentals
New London County, CT148 RV Rentals
Fairfield County, CT175 RV Rentals
Suffolk County, MA146 RV Rentals
New Castle County, DE301 RV Rentals
Sussex County, DE112 RV Rentals
Popular parks near New York, NY
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area249 RV Rentals
Hudson Highands State Park206 RV Rentals
Bear Mountain State Park221 RV Rentals
Lehigh Gorge State Park259 RV Rentals
Catoctin Mountain Park275 RV Rentals
Palisades Interstate Park223 RV Rentals
Monadnock State Forest165 RV Rentals
Watkins Glen State Park55 RV Rentals
Boston Harbor Islands139 RV Rentals
Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|Breakneck Ridge Trail||Beacon||New York|
|Glen Onoko Falls Trail||Jim Thorpe||Pennsylvania|
|Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail||Berlin||Connecticut|
|Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail||Philadelphia||Pennsylvania|
|Bear Mountain Loop Trail||Bear Mountain||New York|
|Storm King - Butter Hill Trail||West Point||New York|
|White Shore Trail||Alpine||New Jersey|
|Mount Beacon Trail||Beacon||New York|
|Anthony's Nose Trail from Beacon Highway||Cortlandt||New York|
|Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail||Columbia||New Jersey|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around New York, NY
Croton Point Park is nestled on a small peninsula that stretches into the Hudson River about 25 miles northwest of Greenwich. The park is 500 acres of peaceful, forested riverside, and provides space for both tents and RVs. There are several full-service RV hookups, but only with 30 amps. Several options for recreational activities exist literally steps away from your doorstep at Croton Point Park, including boating, fishing, and hiking. There?s also a boat launch if you?re hauling your own watercraft. Croton Point Park also has a nature center that hosts weekly events and organizes other programs throughout the year. The site itself is conveniently located near the junction of Interstate 9A and the Hudson River Line, making public transit readily available if you want to go to nearby cities like New York, or any of the other outlying New England communities. Iconic locations like Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown mark the way south to Yonkers, the Bronx, and finally Manhattan.
Blydenburgh County Park is a stunning location on the Veterans Memorial Highway. Tucked in the northern entrance is the campground with a variety of sites, including back in?s, hook-ups and dirt sites. This is a rustic campground that is perfect for those who don?t want all the bells and whistles. Furry friends are welcome, as are the rug rats, if the playground is anything to go by. The grounds are open all year round, which allows for repeat visits. After all, you might need one with over 600 acres of park to explore. New York isn?t all big city, bright lights and this park reminds you of that. It is awash with stunning natural beauty, and offers a truly tranquil Smithtown sojourn. Avid fishers will rejoice; the Stump Pond is teaming with marine life such as wide mouth bass and pumpkinseed sunfish. For everyone else, there is plenty of hiking and wildlife.
Take a trip through a virtual scenic tour of state parks, nature preserves, along with countless freshwater ponds and lakes as you head west from Clifton to the Fla-Net Park Campground. The drive takes about an hour along the Interstate 80, and if you can spare another twenty minutes, take the scenic route along the northern loop of New Jersey country roads. This route passes through Farney State Park and Mahlon Dickerson Reservation. Fla-Net Park seeks to recreate a rustic, authentic wilderness experience complete with spring fed ponds and gravel roads. Guests are welcome to use paddle boats in the water, and indulge in some catch and release fishing. There are several sites spacious enough for even your biggest rig and a toy trailer, and they also include electricity hookups. Seasonal amenities at the park include a swimming pool, laundry room, and a comfort station that includes hot showers. Guests can enjoy paddle boats, playground, and a rec room at any time of the year.
Watch the latest documentaries, shortfilms, international cinema, and independent film. The Hamptons International Film Festival is known for its unique showcase of the latest films, in fact, it has shown the Best Picture Oscar winners for several years. It has been around for 24 years, and many come to enjoy the festive environment and of course the joy of the cinema.
Only a twenty minute drive from Hempstead, New York will take you to the famous, white sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the preserved natural beauty of a tranquil seaside without giving up modern conveniences at Nickerson Beach Park, convenient to both Long Beach and several green spaces along the coast. Guests are welcome to experience swimming, hiking or bird-watching along this lovely seaside, which is also a nature preserve for local flora and fauna. Some parts of the beach may be closed off at certain times of the year to protest nesting seabirds. Amenities at this venue include a food concession, two swimming pools, a seaside pitch and putt, several fields for team sports like soccer, a skate park, a fully accessible comfort station, and barbecue and picnic facilities. The campground also hosts special events on holidays. The park is designed for both tents and RVs, and has 74 RV sites with water and electrical hookups. 66 of those sites also have sewage hookups.
Home to the largest public fishing fleet on Long Island, Captree State Park is a fishing haven and a picnicker's delight, located on the eastern tip of Jones Island at the end of the Ocean Parkway. Open and charter boats are available for saltwater fishing. No license or equipment is necessary as the boat staff provides everything you'll need for a day on the Great South Bay or the Atlantic Ocean. Information on the fishing fleet is available a thttp://captreefleet.com/. The fleet also offers sightseeing excursions and scuba diving trips. There are two large fishing piers available for those who want to catch a few crabs or fish from a pier. Guests to Captree State Park can also enjoy a full service restaurant operates in the park along with a more casual refreshment stand serving the best chili dogs anywhere. A picnic area at The Overlook offers a beautiful view of Fire Island and the Fire Island Lighthouse while boats of a variety of sizes pass through the Fire Island Inlet just below. A retail bait and tackle shop offers fishing gear and operates the fuel pumps at the boat basin. A boat launch is available for boats larger than 14' providing direct access to the State Boat Channel.
If American history is one of your interests you should visit the Thomas Paine Cottage when you are in New Rochelle, New York. Paine?s eloquent writing played an essential role in the American Revolution. Thomas Paine Cottage is the last structure in North America that the Founding Father owned as his home and is open to the public as an historic house museum. The Cottage contains some of the few artifacts still in existence that were once owned by Thomas Paine: a simple chair and a cast-iron stove given to Paine by Ben Franklin himself. The Cottage is located on the last two acres of a 300 acre farm awarded to Paine by a grateful New York State for his services in the struggle for independence. The site also includes the Sophia Brewester One-room Schoolhouse, the oldest free-standing school in New Rochelle. The front room of the Cottage is set up to reflect what life was like during the 18th century.
Are you interested in the Civil War? If so, head over to St. Paul's National Historic Site. The church was built in the early 18th century, and is one of New York's oldest parishes. After the Battle of Pell's Point in 1776, the church was used as a hospital, and then for six years, as a center for military development. In the early 20th century, industrialisation saw a decline in the upkeep of the church, but in 1942, the interior of the church was restored and now looks as it did in the 18th century. The church has a very old organ and free concerts are often held. Be sure to visit the cemetery next to the church. There are graves here dating as far back as 1704. There is a traditional museum on site, where you can watch a video about the church. There are also displays of battle scenes, and other artifacts relating to the Civil War. If you have kids with you, they will love the history scavenger hunt. Guided tours are also on offer. This church is well worth a visit.