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Located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, the oldest mountain chain in North America, you will find the historical town of Dover. Accessible from Columbus, Pittsburgh, PA, and Cleveland your road trip in Ohio will never lead you too far from this enticing town.

What may initially seem a quiet town, in fact, conceals a city that is bursting with vibrancy and a rich history. During the mid-1800’s Dover was the only town to have a canal tollhouse in Tuscarawas County and therefore the only port to receive freight and passenger ships. Over time, the town was forced to expand to accommodate this new influx of people. Eventually, Dover grew into the wonderful town we see today, full of restaurants, industrial heritage, and beautiful green spaces.

If you are contemplating an RV rental in Ohio, consider placing Dover at the top of your itinerary! With plenty of historical and cultural attractions to keep you busy, as well as ample amounts of serene greens spaces to relax in, book an RV in Tuscarawas County today and set out on an amazing outdoor recreational adventure!

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The Great Outdoors

Dover is a mecca for anyone who enjoys stretching their legs in a beautiful setting. When you rent a travel trailer near Dover, you will be able to access all of the hiking trails around town.

The best place to indulge your hiking needs is the Norma Johnson Center, located just a short drive outside of town. Open all year-round; this 300-acre park offers visitors over six miles of walking trails that wind through a variety of different landscapes. The Conservation Loop comes highly recommended, and guides visitors through wetlands, over bridges and past ponds, highlighting the conservation efforts of the team at the center. Alternatively, take an educational stroll down the historical Canal, where the origins of this town began.

Keen to get the kids out in the fresh air, but not sure where to start? Try Tuscora Park. Not only does the park provide plenty of spacious gardens, perfect for some relaxing, but also there are numerous vintage amusement rides and street food stalls, perfect for a day of family entertainment!

If you are prepared to drive a little further out of town, you will be rewarded with the beautiful seven-acre Tall Timber Lake, ideal for a day of activities. Here, you will find every kind of entertainment, ranging from water trampolines to beach playgrounds to keep the whole family entertained!

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If you have decided to rent a motorhome from Dover, you will find plenty of options for parking up your RV for the night in the most beautiful locations.

If you do opt to spend a day at Tall Timber Lake, you will be happy to know that you can also spend the night there at the resort nearby. From May to November each year, the ground opens its doors to RV’s of any size, providing campers with electrical hookups and modern washroom facilities!

A ten-minute, scenic drive along the Tuscarawas River, will lead you to Camp Tuscozoar. Acting primarily as a scout’s camp, the site also offers a separate area for members of the public. This is a great option for those hoping for a relaxing few days away from the complications of modern life. Note, that there is limited signal, no hookups for your RV, and no washroom facilities. However, you will leave with a clear head and sense of complete revitalization!

If you were hoping for campsite with all of the modern amenities that you could wish for including WiFi access, spotless washroom facilities and full hookups for your luxury motorhome rental from Dover, you will have to travel a little further afield. Around a 30-minute drive west of Dover, you will find the small town of Walnut Creek, home to Timbercrest Camp, where you will find all you could wish for, for a comfortable stay in Tuscarawas County.

Exploring the City

Dover is a town that is incredibly proud of its cultural heritage and strives to celebrate this at every opportunity. This is evident, from the sheer number of museums that you will find on High Street.

If you are keen to learn about the towns cultural past, a few notable museums worth visiting are the Reeves Victorian Home and Carriage House and The Ernest Warther Museum and Gardens. Whereas the first recounts the town during the Victorian Era, the later celebrates some unique achievements of the people who have occupied Dover since the 19th century.

For a day of indulgence, head into the beautiful hills that surround Dover to visit one of the impeccably located golf courses as well as one of the stunning wineries in the area. All golf courses offer differing course lengths for golfers of any ability level, with many offering a panoramic view over the green landscape. Breitenbach and Silvermoon wineries come highly recommended for a post-golf tipple. The area is known for its high quality and unusual dandelion wines, so make sure you give them a try!

When you organize your road trip through Ohio, consider a travel trailer rental in Dover. With a rich history and beauty found around every corner, you are promised to have an enriching and relaxing holiday! Rent an RV in Dover and make some memories in the Buckeye State!

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