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Are you dreaming about going on one of those family vacations where everything is just right, and you’ll get to both relax and spend some quality time with your loved ones? Well, a good way to make that dream come true is to book an RV in Herkimer County so you can go camping at Trails End Campground. The mission of this RV park is to give you the best camping vacation experience possible, which becomes apparent when you see the rustic wooded setting, the stocked fishing pond, the play areas, and the game room, and the list of activities such as tournaments and hayrides. Since it’s located just by Hinckley Reservoir, there’s a beach, lake access, and boats and canoes for rent - quite the summer paradise.
RV camping at Trails End Campground is convenient and comfortable as well, just look at the bathhouse with hot showers, wheelchair-friendly restrooms, and 24/7 laundry facility. For your motorhome rental, there are full hookups, pump service, and a dump station, and for yourself and the kids, there’s the camp store. Get some firewood, snacks, pizza, or camping supplies, or perhaps you’d rather prepare for a day at the beach with toys, sunscreen, and grills.
Having a camper rental at Trails End Campground means that you’ll be near a whole bunch of beautiful, exciting places such as the delightful village of Cold Brook, or the beautiful city of Rome (no, not the Italian one), or Utica with its rich history, vibrant culture, and excellent food. When you get an RV rental in Cold Brook, you’ll find yourself in the midst of the Adirondack foothills, and where there are foothills, there are mountains. Basically, you won’t have any trouble finding amazing outdoor recreation in the area.
Your Cold Brook RV rental may be parked by the reservoir, but you haven’t seen Hinckley State Forest yet. In this area made up of swamp and forest, you can really get away from the outside world for a while when hiking on one of the gorgeous trails, keeping an eye open for some wildlife, and just enjoying the peace and quiet. After your long walk, you can sit down for a picnic or just lie back and look at the clouds float by in the sky. Ten points to whoever finds one that’s shaped like mashed potatoes.
If you haven’t had enough of fantastic mountain views and green, leafy trees yet then steer your rental RV toward Remsen where you'll find Penn Mountain State Forest and get an even bigger dose of the serenity that only nature can provide. Hike on dirt roads or logging trails, bring your bike and go for a long cycle, or combine two big passions by the water: fishing and bird watching. In the winter, this area is excellent for activities such as snowmobiling, just bring some hot cocoa to warm you up after a day out in the cold.
If you, on the other hand, would rather get a bit more hands-on with nature and learn by doing, then fill up the camper rental with snacks, goggles, and a rock hammer because it’s time to do some Herkimer diamond mining. You’ll be above ground and can use whichever method you want to find the diamonds, including sluicing. You can keep everything you find, seeing as Herkimer diamonds aren’t technically true diamonds, but they’re equally pretty and come out of the ground nicely cut. And don’t worry - you can find all the equipment you need by the mine, so no need to bring any hammers.
The area, especially the mountains, surrounding your Cold Brook camper rental has a fascinating history and if you’d like to experience some of it firsthand, then look no further than the Adirondack Museum. Here you can step right into the Adirondacks of old and check out a guide boat, set off a charge in a mine shaft, or break up a log jam. Visit the café, feed some fish, and don’t forget to purchase lovely gifts for both your friends and yourself.
You’ll find even more interaction opportunities at the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, where both you and your kids can get up close and personal with the animals living there. You might not get to cuddle a tiger or play catch with an elephant, but there’ll be animals from all over the world such as lemurs, gray wolves, and llamas and if anyone gets a little scared, just play it off at the Wild Creatures Playland.
If booking an RV near Trails End Campground isn’t at the top of your to-do list, then it sure should be because that’s how fantastic this place is, so don’t miss out.