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As one of the largest cities in the state of New York after New York City and Buffalo, Rochester is an incredible place to rent an RV and spend your next vacation. In the Genesee River Valley, on the shores of Lake Ontario, this amazing city has the famous distinction of being the country’s very first “boomtown”, classified as a city with a rapidly growing population and industry. This upstate hub grew exponentially due to its fertile valley land, and many industrial buildings lining the Genesee River.
These days, Rochester has gone through a metamorphosis, becoming a powerful mix of economic might, aesthetic beauty, and rich cultural diversity due to the region’s vibrant assortment of immigrant populations. Due to the wide array of cultures living side-by-side, Rochester has developed a world-class reputation for being a culinary powerhouse.
Those that choose to book an RV in Rochester, New York have so many resources at their disposal, things to see, and places to discover. Rochester is home to many festivals and events throughout the year, so it is quite easy to find a good reason to visit the charming city by the lake. The Rochester International Film Festival is the country's oldest film festival, and the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival is among the largest of its kind. Additionally, the city’s famous Lilac Festival attracts 500,000 people every year in early May to gaze upon the artistic arrangements and many species of flowers. With an international airport, train station, ferry terminal, and access to Interstate 90, Rochester is accessible by land, sea, and air making it an ideal place to rent an RV for your next vacation.
It is no secret to people living in the northeastern United States that upstate New York is a place of great natural beauty. The area in which Rochester now resides was once home to the Seneca Nation, a band of indigenous peoples that were stewards of the land for millennia. Rochester has hot summers and cold, snowy winters, and there is no wrong time to visit this area. Even the autumn provides you with heavenly scenery with the coming of the fall foliage every October.
Rochester has always been an outdoor-friendly city, as evident by its wonderful city park system, and with a name like “The Flower City”, it is obvious. Highland, Maplewood, and Genesee Valley are just a few of the parks within the city limits where you can catch a fresh breath of air and enjoy the gentle winds rolling off of Lake Ontario, bringing relief during the summertime. Many of the city parks have recreation areas and golf courses, putting an emphasis on outdoor activities.
Outside of town on the shores of Lake Ontario, you can go birdwatching and enjoy the local ecosystems that thrive nearby. Braddock Bay Wildlife Management Area is a protected area that enables birdwatchers to catch glimpses of many exotic birds passing through on their long migratory hauls. Each season provides a different set of birds to observe. Although camping is not allowed, you can bring the Rochester RV rental to nearby Webster, NY and visit Whiting Road Nature Preserve for a day trip, and hike through 240 acres of beautifully maintained natural habitat. With a short drive west towards Buffalo, Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is yet another place to both observe nature and appreciate the beautiful scenery. The refuge is also great for many recreational activities like hiking, biking, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing in the winter time. Hunting and trapping are both also permitted seasonally in the refuge’s tranquil forests and low-lying wetland areas.
It would, of course, be a shame for you to rent an RV in Rochester, New York, and not venture to the international border and experience the once-in-a-lifetime imagery of the Niagara Falls. The world-famous falls are just 17 miles from Buffalo, 75 miles southeast of Toronto in Canada, and have been featured in countless photographs, paintings, songs, and films, and bring in millions of tourists each year from both the Canadian and the American sides of the powerful horseshoe-shaped falls.
Explore the city in your Rochester camper rental, although you could never see all the amazing things it has to offer unless you chose to move there, for the ultimate extended stay. Rochester has long been known as a cultural hub, with countless museums and cultural institutions. The Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester holds a massive collection of over 12,000 works of art, from contemporary photographs to classic antiquities. Winslow Homer and Claude Monet are just a few artists featured in the magnificent collection. The George Eastman Museum is another place to go for your fix of culture in Rochester. The massive photography exhibit is displayed in legendary photographer George Eastman’s former home, a gorgeous old mansion and national landmark. George Eastman is known for being a pioneer in this artistic medium and the museum was one of the very first in the world to feature photographs.
For more history-oriented exhibits, check out Susan B. Anthony’s Museum and House, home to one of the greatest civil rights leaders and suffragettes in US history. The home even served as the headquarters for the National Woman's Suffrage Association while Susan B. Anthony was president. Rochester has a history of being at the forefront of civil rights and liberties, and was also home to Frederick Douglass, one of the most famous abolitionists seeking to end the cruel practice of slavery. The city pays homage to this hero with a statue in Highland Park.
For those with families, the Strong National Museum of Play is a massive facility dedicated to children, with many libraries, amusement rides, exhibits, workshops, and even indoor butterfly sanctuaries. Seneca Park Zoo is another great way to spend the day with your family when you rent an RV in Rochester.
Rochester has three Walmart supercenters, and many places to fuel up your Rochester motorhome rental by owner, so you don’t need to worry about failing to find what you need.
As far as places to stay, Red Rocks Pond RV Park is a nice spot to consider. The park features charming little sandy beaches, designated fishing areas, boat launches, and a fully stocked store so you can cook for yourself, or walk to one of many surrounding local restaurants, shops, or amusement parks.
South Shore RV Park might be a good destination for those who want to take their Rochester rental RV to relax on the coast of Lake Ontario. Just 35 miles from Rochester, you can enjoy the many local golf courses, fishing charters, marinas, beaches, and fishing areas while getting some much-needed rest.
Lastly, Webster Park in Rochester has many sites for camping and is situated amongst evergreen-dotted lakefront hills. The park has many basketball and volleyball courts, swimming areas, and other family-friendly amenities for you to enjoy.