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Originally founded in 1761 by William Addams, Adamstown was originally known as “Addamsburry.” The town was incorporated in 1850. It labels itself the “antique capital of the United States.” That’s because numerous dealers and collectors flock to this town each and every year, seeking out some of their favorite collections. When you book an RV in Adamstown, you will also be in the heart of some incredible history and not too far away from Gettysburg and Philadelphia.
Not too far away from Adamstown is French Creek State Park near St. Peters and Pottstown. You can also head closer to Philadelphia and visit Valley Forge National Historical Park near King of Prussia. That is the location where George Washington and his troops hunkered down in the harsh winter of 1777 and 1778 during the Revolutionary War. If you’re willing to take a long drive when you rent a motorhome in Adamstown, and if you love Civil War history, there’s no better place to visit than Gettysburg National Military Park.
Manetas Park is located close by in Denver, and there are plenty of things to do here. There are a number of facilities, including a snack bar and miniature golf. In the summer, you can grab some ice cream, which is a wonderful treat, especially when you rent a motorhome in Adamstown. They have ballfields and plenty of trails to meander along.
Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center is nearby in Reading and offers a wonderful opportunity to get out and walk along some gorgeous trails. Most of the trails are easy to walk, but some do offer hilly terrain. The trails are, for the most part, well marked.
You won’t have any trouble finding quality RV parks throughout this region. You can head over to Sill’s Family Campground where they have pull-through sites and a pool you and your family can enjoy during the summer months. They have full hookup service that includes 50 amp electric. If you have a larger motorhome rental in Adamstown, they can accommodate that too.
Oak Creek Campground is not too far away and is a larger RV park. They have full hookup service, including 30 and 50 amp electric. You can fill up on propane and enjoy a camp store, do your laundry, and enjoy a nice hot shower. During the peak months, space can be limited, so it’s highly recommended that you make reservations.
Red Run Campground is located in New Holland and does not offer full hookup service, but they do have electric and water hookups. They also have restrooms and showers. If you need to do some laundry, they can certainly accommodate that too. There is a camp store on-site, and there are some major retail stores not too far away.
You may be able to find a Walmart Supercenter or two in the area where you may be able to park the Adamstown camper rental for a night or two. It's best to call ahead to confirm availability with store management prior to your stay.
Because Adamstown is considered the main hub of antiquing in the United States, you are going to find plenty of antique shops and little plazas all around the area. That can be a pleasant excursion when you enjoy an RV rental in Adamstown, and you won’t be relegated to just this small town for antiquing as there are plenty of opportunities all around the region.
The Ephrata Cloister is an interesting historical landmark that is one of the earliest religious communities established in the New Colonies. Founded in 1732, it was a community of like-minded German settlers who were focused on heavenly rewards rather than earthly benefits. There are tours and special programs that can be great for individuals and families touring the site with an RV rental from Adamstown.
Fans of the book and movie, Band of Brothers, might recognize the name Dick Winters. It is at the Winter’s Leadership Memorial at Veterans Plaza where this veteran hero is honored. It is a tribute to an amazing man who helped his country and fellow soldiers. It’s a good trip when you have a motorhome rental in Adamstown.
If you’re a racing enthusiast, you can check out Maple Grove Raceway for some fun, especially on the weekends. Even if you’re not a huge racing fan, this could be a bit of a change of pace from the Adamstown camper rental.
Nearby is Reading, Pennsylvania and that’s where you can find the Reading Public Museum. This is a well-appointed museum with plenty of rich art, history, and culture all under one roof. You can also enjoy learning about some science, and if you are traveling with children when you rent an RV, this is a great place to spend a few hours on a rainy afternoon.