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A port city in New Hanover County and serving as the county seat, Wilmington serves as a great place to rent an RV and explore North Carolina. Resting neatly on Cape Fear River, Wilmington can offer a lot to its visitors regardless of the time you decide to pay a visit. Founded in 1732, then named New Carthage, the city came into existence. The settlement changed its name several times – after starting as New Carthage, it was later renamed to New Liverpool, then New Town and shortened to Newton. Ultimately, Newton was renamed for the last time and it became Wilmington, in honor of Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington. Today, Wilmington stands tall with its population reaching almost 120 thousand citizens, proclaimed amongst the ten most populous cities in the state of North Carolina. A city of such a size must have everything you would need for your RV rental vacation!

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The Great Outdoors

As the city of Wilmington is pretty large, and it spreads over 40 square miles, you can expect to find a lot of outdoor activities here both because of its size and its unique location. There are many parks you can visit where you can enjoy some quality bird watching activities, you can hike around the coast, you can rent a bicycle and explore the city, or you can simply walk around the blocks and wander around to simply breathe in the atmosphere of the place.

Also, as the city of Wilmington is uniquely located between the Cape Fear River in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the city has a lot more fun activities to offer. You can fish in the river and walk on the river bank, or you can take a dive in the ocean and just swim to your heart’s desire. Also, many parks and recreation fields such as golf courses, tennis courts, and basketball courts are scattered around the city, so you can simply enjoy some fun outdoor time when you rent a motorhome in Wilmington or its vicinity.

RV Parks

When it comes to RV Parks, there are a lot of choices for you to consider. You cannot miss if you decide to go to Wilmington KOA as it has all the amenities you would require for a very pleasant stay in the city. Fire pits are scattered all around the campground, with an option to organize barbeque nights. There is a nice pool for you to cool off in the summer if you do not feel like going to the beaches, and there are designated area especially for children to play in. The campsites are spacious and some of them are under a very nice shade created from the surrounding trees. And on the plus side – the camp is pet-friendly, so make sure you bring your furry friend with you when you are considering any of the many RV rentals in Wilmington, North Carolina!

There are three Walmart Supercenters located around the city of Wilmington, and one is in the vicinity of the above-mentioned RV park, so there is no need to bring extra possibly unnecessary supplies with you as you can restock easily in the nearest Walmart.

Also, there are many gas stations scattered all around the city, and almost all of them can easily be located. Almost all of them are able to serve big rigs, therefore your RV rental, regardless of its size, will definitely not run out of gas while you’re staying in the beautiful city of Wilmington.

Exploring the City

Wilmington has a lot to offer both in culture and history. There are many museums you can visit and get acquainted with the stories of old settlers who came here looking for a better life, having a dream to succeed. Also, the city boasts many artifacts from the Civil War and you can also learn about how important this city was during this historic conflict. As the city streets are broad, you can access most of these museums in a mid-sized RV.

Also, even though the city has a lot of history to offer, let’s not forget the fun part – there are many cafes, bars and restaurants you can visit while staying in Wilmington as the nightlife is well-developed. This city can offer a lot to you, it all depends on what you wish to find!

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