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Perhaps one of the most unique and splendid cities in all the country, Winston-Salem inhabits the hearts of many locals, vacationers, and passersby. Often times called the “City of Arts and Innovation”, Winston-Salem has a proud history of being a cultural epicenter end educational center. Spectacular museums, intriguing historical sites, world-class eateries, sports fields and stadiums, peaceful parks and gardens, golf courses, and over 40 wineries are all part of the experience when you decide to book an RV in Winston-Salem, NC, lovingly referred to as “the Dash” in reference to the hyphenated name of the city.

Winston-Salem was formerly the name of two different towns that decided to merge in 1913. Both Winston and Salem came together to dominate the region with regards to industry, education, culture, and tourism, while drawing staggering amounts of visitors each year to enjoy one of the most livable cities in all the country. The RiverRun International Film Festival, National Black Theatre Festival, the North Carolina Wine Festival, and the Winston-Salem Open, a major tennis tournament, are held each year in Winston-Salem, so there is always something going on.

Winston-Salem is very accessible by means of a whole host of transportation options, too. Raleigh, Greensboro, and Charlotte are not too far away when you rent an RV in Winston-Salem, and many of the amazing forest parks and mountain hikes are easy to get to as well. The Winston-Salem Transit Authority provides excellent public transportation options, so getting around the city and metro area has never been easier. Rent an RV now in Winston-Salem and go see for yourself why everyone's calling this hidden gem one of the best-kept secrets in the USA.

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If you are looking for a summertime outdoors paradise, look no further than the magnificent Tarheel State. The natural beauty of North Carolina is unrivaled by any states east of the Mississippi River and all of the majestic peaks, lush rainforests, and raging waterfalls are well within reach with an RV rental in Winston-Salem. Close to the geographic center of the state, you can truly drive in any direction and find some sort of park or forest to camp in or explore. But before you leave town, check out one of 80 parks across the metro area. With playgrounds, public pools, fields, recreational sports, and dog-friendly walking paths, these parks exemplify outdoor splendor in an urban setting.

Outside the city, you can visit many local state forests in your Winston-Salem camper rental, like Hanging Rock State Park. This incredible slice of forest land was once lined up to be a mountain resort, but when the project hit bankruptcy, the land was donated to become one of the greatest parks in the state. In the Sauratown Mountains that overlook Winston-Salem, the park has 18 miles of amazing trails winding through the park, many of which connect the state’s famous Mountain-to-Sea Trail that brings through-hikers from the Great Smoky Mountains in the west, to the barrier islands of the Outer Banks on the Atlantic Ocean. Hanging Rock also has a fabulous collection of angelic waterfalls. Nearby in the very same mountain range, Pilot Mountain State Park also dazzles visitors with its incredible mountaintop views. Pilot Mountain State Park is great for year-round recreation, but its most notable feature is the peak of Pilot Mountain that looks unlike any other. The interesting flat-top plateau is covered in a forest grove, making it a lovely sight to behold. Stone Mountain State Park is close to Pilot Mountain and is one of the most famous parks in the southeast. The centerpiece of the park is Stone Mountain itself, a massive granite monolith rising from the earth with a strange shape and prominence. Stone Mountain is famous for its excellent rock climbing that draws in outdoors enthusiast from far and wide.

Uwharrie National Forest is easy to reach in your Winston-Salem motorhome rental, with just under an hour’s drive south of the city. The forest has excellent off-roading, fishing, and you can still pan for gold in the rivers that run through the park. Cherokee National Forest and Pisgah National Forest, out near Asheville in the westernmost parts of the state, are both incredible destinations that absolutely warrant a visit with the Winston-Salem rental RV. With magical waterfalls and trickling mountain streams, the wilderness areas and old growth forests within these two captivating forests are sure to make you want to extend your trip.

City Sightseeing

If you were to limit the entirety of your vacation to the city limits of Winston-Salem, you would still have one of the best vacation experiences you could ever hope for. While the nature of North Carolina is one of the main draws, there is lots to do and see in the city, too.

Bethabara Historic District is a wonderful set of both surviving buildings and ruins from the city’s founding over 300 years ago. This nationally recognized historical landmark is a park that also serves as an open-air museum with daily tours and insightful exhibits.

Historic Old Salem is another fine example of what life looked like centuries ago when the Moravian Church, a Protestant denomination from Germany, settled the area. Old Salem Museum & Gardens pay homage to the history of the city and those that strived to make the city what it is today. Actors posing as 18th-century village folk also answer questions and demonstrate how the society operated back during the towns original founding.

The Reynolda House Museum of American Art is another cultural institution worthy of your time. Housed in on the property formerly owned by Tobacco magnate, R.J Reynolds, this amazing museum has one of the finest collections of art in the country, and exquisite gardens surrounding the home as well. There are truly so many attractions and incredible places to dine, shop, and play while in Winston-Salem, the spectacular “City of Art”.

RV Parks to Visit

Winston-Salem is one of the premier destinations for renting an RV for many reasons. Gorgeous nature, an abundance of camping stores and Walmart Supercenters, lots of big rig-friendly fueling stations, and an assortment of wonderful places to park overnight are all important factors when deciding where to rent an RV, and Winston-Salem checks all the boxes with ease.

Forest Lake RV Camping Resort, on the banks of the Yadkin River, offers amenities including a fishing lake and a large pool. Greensboro KOA is also nearby, and Pilot Mountain State Park and Hanging Rock State Park both have lots of places to camp overnight, so you can wake up in the middle of the forest feeling rejuvenated and at peace.

North Carolina as a whole is an outdoors paradise so you will have no trouble bringing your Winston-Salem motorhome rental to any of the other state parks or national forests to spend a night or two.

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