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This moderately-sized town is located at the far eastern portion of the North Carolina where the Neuse River meets the Atlantic Ocean. It is located over 100 miles southeast of the state's capital, Raleigh, and the exquisite beachfront town of Emerald Isle is located less than an hour away.

The town's claim to fame is that it is known as the birthplace of the Pepsi Cola company. With the Croatan National Forest located just to the south, and the Atlantic Ocean just to the east, this area offers plenty of exciting recreational opportunities.

Breweries, museums, art galleries, and shops are all available locally, as well as an eclectic blend of restaurants. Besides these, historical sites and battlefields dot the area. Several parks are also available, offering various activities and views of the ocean and nearby river make New Bern, NC a great place to venture for an outdoor recreational adventure!

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When you book an RV in New Bern, you will have access to plenty of unique recreational opportunities. Island Creek Trail can be found nearby, in the Croatan National Forest, located in Havelock. The area offers various nature trails through the local forested land. This is also a prime place for viewing (and hearing) the local wildlife.

Neuse River Recreation Area is found near the National Forest. Various water sports are the primary activity available here, though camping, fishing, and hiking trails are also an option. Please note, this area was hard hit by a hurricane in 2018, so some of the sites may be difficult to access. Check locally for updated information.

There are numerous beaches and other areas that provide ocean access. These include the Cape Lookout National Seashore, the Cedar Island Wildlife Refuge, and several outlying islands, many accessible via bridges. Boat and fishing tours are available, encompassing both the nearby river and ocean. Local vendors offer water sport rentals as well, including fishing equipment and kayaks.


When you book a luxury camper rental in New Bern, NC, you will be looking for a place to camp. With a military base nearby, this area sees plenty of visitors, so it knows how to make them feel welcome.

Pelican Point RV Park is located on the nearby Marine Base, Cherry Point. Due to this, you will need a current military ID (retired or currently active) to enter. Full-service campsites are available, as well as bathrooms, laundry facilities, WiFi, and cable. A camp store is also located nearby, as is a golf course.

Moonlight Lake RV Park and Cottages are also located close to the city. The camp can accommodate stays of one night to a year or more. It offers full-hookup sites as well as WiFi, cable, showers, and a laundry room. The park also welcomes pets.

New Bern KOA, also located in town, is open year-round. It sits just off Route 17, so you should have no trouble finding it. The camp offers all the usual amenities. It also provides pool access in the summer months, a mini-golf course, and a dog park. Please call for information if you are needing a lengthy stay. Being located near the ocean, RV rental near New Bern is common, so amenities should be easy to find.


There’s plenty of history to learn about and explore around the local area. The New Bern Historical Society Civil War Battlefield Park is located in town and showcases the remnants of an important battle from the Civil War. The fighting positions of the various units are still visible. A Visitor's Center provides further information, and some guided tours are available. Your travel trailer rental from New Bern, North Carolina will provide you with opportunities to explore around the local region.

The North Carolina History Center-Tryon Palace is also located in the city. This was the Governor's mansion in colonial times when the town was the state's capital. The building is actually a replica of the original as that was destroyed in a fire. Other buildings on the grounds are original to the site (such as the stables) and are also available for viewing.

Four historic districts are spread throughout the town, each with its own unique architectural elements. Many of these sites date as far back as the 1700's when the town was originally founded. This area is one of the oldest European settlements in the state, which adds to its historical uniqueness. Walking and driving tours are available to assist you in fully enjoying these districts; please contact the local historic registry for more information.

If it's a small, oceanfront town that's steeped in history that you've been seeking, consider a camper rental in New Bern. Enjoy a shop or restaurant downtown, take a hike in a nearby forest and learn the secrets of the local area. Rent an RV in New Bern, NC and explore the beauty of the Tar Heel State!

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