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The city of Greensboro is one of the largest in the state of North Carolina, and one of the best places to rent an RV for vacationers. Greensboro was founded in the mid 18th century by Quaker missionaries from the northeast, and later named after Major General Nathanael Greene, an integral member of the rebellion that helped establish independence for America during the Revolutionary War.


The historic importance of Greensboro can be felt immediately upon entering the distinguished city, having been a key component to the American Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, and many other moments in history. Historic sites are scattered around the city offering a glimpse into the turbulent past of a city and state.


Today, Greensboro has evolved from a small settlement into an industrial powerhouse capable of pulling in large numbers of visitors each year. The food, the culture, the nightlife, the convenience; these are all fantastic reasons to book an RV in Greensboro.


High Point and Winston-Salem together with Greensboro make up the famous Piedmont Triad, a group of cities in central North Carolina that form one of the country’s best metro areas in terms of beauty, cleanliness, friendliness, and opportunity to live happily.


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The state of North Carolina is easily one of the most gorgeous places in the country, with magnificent rainforests, ancient mountains worn with time, and powerful rivers cutting through the landscape. Greensboro itself has over 100 parks and playground areas for its citizens to savor. Its reputation as an outdoor-friendly city is well established, and many people commute to work by bicycle, walk, or jog along one of the city’s many nature trails and greenways. One of the very best parks in all of Greensboro is Barber Park; natural areas, playgrounds, sports courts & fields, picnic shelters, walking trails, and even an amphitheater capable of holding live events and concerts, are all part of this amazing public space.


Hanging Rock State Park is located to the northwest of town, easily reachable in a Greensboro rental RV. The park is named for the Hanging Rock outcropping that overlooks the valley below it. Breathtaking views from the top of the rock are incredible but not for the faint of heart. Additionally, there are miles and miles of lovely nature trails winding through the Sauratown Mountains, as well as several waterfalls. Camping in your Greensboro camper rental is easy at Hanging Rock State Park, and also the other state parks in the area like Mayo River State Park and Pilot Mountain State Park.


Uwharrie National Forest is a magnificent place to go when you rent an RV in Greensboro, as it is less than an hour’s drive to the south. People enjoy off-roading, ATV riding, hunting, fishing, and even panning for gold in the rivers at Uwharrie. There are of course a few campgrounds at Uwharrie National Forest as is the case with most federal forests and parks.


Pisgah National Forest and Cherokee National Forest, out by Asheville, show a whole other side of North Carolina that has the power to dazzle and amaze. Tremendous old Appalachian peaks permeate the forest land and have some stunning views of their own, especially in the autumn when the leaves have begun to change colors.


Croatan National Forest is another great place to visit with your Greensboro motorhome rental provided you have the time and the motivation to drive to the stunning coasts of North Carolina. Croatoan, along with Cape Lookout National Seashore are home to some amazing wetlands, coastal forests, sand dunes, and sandy beaches, all of which are more than worth visiting.


City Sightseeing


As is the case with most major cities, Greensboro is full of lively nightlife, world-class entertainment, memorable attractions, and mouth-watering food. There are just too many attractions to possibly name or visit on one trip, but in an effort to paint an accurate picture of just how cultured and exciting Greensboro is, a few should be mentioned.


Weatherspoon Art Museum is an astounding collection of contemporary artwork, all available for the viewing public to see. For lovers of history, the Greensboro History Museum and the International Civil Rights Center & Museum enlighten and intrigue curious onlookers hoping to gain a better understanding of the complex history of both Greensboro, and the state of North Carolina.


The Greensboro Science Center and the Greensboro Children's Museum are ideal places to see especially if you have children along for the Greensboro rental motorhome ride. These family-friendly institutions spark the imagination while educating the youth with colorful displays and fun, interactive exhibits. The Greensboro Coliseum Complex plays host to countless entertainers and bands who come to town and rock the house. Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe is a thrilling water park for people of all ages; beating the heat has never been so fun.


RV Parks to Visit


Several Walmart Supercenters and hundreds of RV-friendly fueling stations can be found when you rent an RV in Greensboro, so it becomes quite clear upon arrival that exploring the south in a camper is becoming a popular alternative to the conventional hotel-centric vacations.


Greensboro KOA could be a nice place to stay overnight when you arrive in Greensboro; the refreshing pool and extra-long camping sites are just a few reasons to try out this shaded campground beneath the forest canopy.


Oak Hollow Campground, over in High Point, has lots of campsites ready to house the Greensboro rental camper, and is near a lake, a golf course, and a marina. Deep River Campground & RV Park sits on the banks of the Deep River to the south of Greensboro, with pool tables, video games, pavilions, a driving range, and two pools.  

RV Rentals in Greensboro, NC

Greensboro, NC is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Greensboro. Outdoorsy's Greensboro 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 Greensboro are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Pisgah National Forest, and Table Rock State Park.

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What's around Greensboro, NC


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
McAfee Knob Appalachian Trail Salem Virginia
Sharp Top Trail Bedford Virginia
Moores Knob Trail Danbury North Carolina
Ledge Spring, Jomeokee, and Sassafras Trails Pinnacle North Carolina
Company Mill Loop Raleigh North Carolina
Dragon's Tooth Trail Catawba Virginia
Stone Mountain Loop Trail Roaring Gap North Carolina
Cascades National Recreation Trail to Barney's Wall Pembroke Virginia
Raven Rock Loop Trail Lillington North Carolina
Hanging Rock Trail Danbury North Carolina

Nearby Campgrounds

Spring Hill Mobile Home Park

campground Durham, NC
Nestled in a forested area, you'll have a piece of tranquility and beauty. The park is family and pet friendly, the camp has spacious sites, free Wi-fi, cable TV, and more. You'll be close to Carrboro Farmer's Market, Museum of Natural Sciences, and other popular attractions. Don;t let the name fool you this park is great for your RV rental trip.

Museum of Life and Science

attraction Durham, NC
Children and adults will enjoy hands on exhibits that teach about the scientific principles, while exploring aerodynamics, architecture and engineering. In the outdoor section visitors will enjoy walking through a hut full of butterflies, discovering dinosaurs, climb a collection of tree houses connecte through a canopy of pines, and you can check out wolves.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens

attraction Durham, NC
Take a walking tour or a trolley tour to enjoy the history, garden architecture, native plants, vegetable gardens and special collections. There are 55 acres and 5 miles of paths to take in the beauty of the flowers and plants.

Deep River Campground and RV Park

campground Asheboro, NC
Deep River Campground and RV Park offers a little respite from the hustle and bustle of day to day life. They are located in a quaint restful setting that makes it simple and easy to sit back and relax. The Campground and RV Park has been under new ownership since August 1, 2014. The amenities include 2 swimming pools, 2 pavilions, a 24/7 laundromat, game room, video games, small playground,. Camping facilities include pull-through sites, 20/30/50 amp, full hook-ups, bathroom and showers. The Campground has a Camp Store, canoes for rent, and firewood and propane for sale. Deep River also has an ample grassy area for dogs but certain breeds (pit bulls, rottweilers, dobermans, and dalmatians) are not permitted. Deep River is located in Ashboro which is 23.7 miles south of High Point. The drive takes about 1/2 hour. You will enjoy this rural setting and scenic part of North Carolina.

Eno River State Park

attraction Durham, NC
You can walk through 30 miles of trails, take pictures do some fishing and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. The Eno River will take you through mature forests, flowering shrubs and historic mills. If the river isn?t too shallow you can also canoe and kayak.

Birchwood RV Park

campground Durham, NC
Located in the triangle region of North Carolina, visitors will have easy access to Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and Raleigh. You will also have access to the Duke Forest and can explore many on site and nearby trails. If you?re into golf you can also check out the nearby courses. A quiet place to relax and enjoy, make sure to bring your four legged friend.

Cross Winds Family Campground

campground Linwood, NC
Cross Winds Family Campground is located between Lexington and Salisbury in Linwood, North Carolina. They offer a nice, scenic spot on the lake.They feature campsites for pop-ups, full size campers, large RVs and weary travelers seeking a quiet night's rest after traveling busy highways. The facilities include full hook-up with 30/50 amp, walking and biking path, bathhouse, laundry room, covered shelter, recreation room, fishing, swimming pool, Wi-Fi, cable, and more. Pets are welcome at the Campground. The sites are spacious, with plenty of room and trees between them. The sites are gravel and have a large pad with light post, fire ring/grill, and picnic table. You and your family will enjoy the peace and serenity of Cross Winds and be ready to head out and explore Chapel Hill and other areas. Cross Winds Family Campground is an ideal spot to relax and share time with family and friends.

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Recommendations for Greensboro, NC from Outdoorsy Owners


Nice campground right on the lake in North High Point, NC. Easy access from i85, and i40

Dec 21, 2017