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The city of Easton is the county seat of Northampton County in Pennsylvania. The city is split into four different areas; the area north of the Lehigh River and west of the Delaware River is Easton's historic downtown area. The city is also divided by the Norfolk Southern Railway's Lehigh Line which heads to Phillipsburg, New Jersey to the east and Allentown to the west. There is a Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the city's downtown neighborhood town square; the monument is a memorial for Easton Civil War veterans. Easton has a long list of celebrities associated with the city, including Jack Coleman of the TV show Heroes and former world heavyweight boxing champion Larry Holmes.
RV rentals in Northampton County are plentiful and perfectly suited to ferrying visitors from point to point as they explore the area. There are some other towns that visitors should visit at least once while they are there. Tannersville is home to two tourist destinations, the Camelback Ski Area and Camelbeach Waterpark. Lehighton's newspaper serves six neighboring counties and is published six days a week. Pottstown was once very reliant on its iron and steel interests, but today, it is very productive as a farming and dairy center. Quakertown was an overnight storage facility for the Liberty Bell during the Revolutionary War while it was being transferred from Philadelphia to Allentown. Doylestown constructed its first church in 1815, followed by many more during the remainder of the century. Your Easton travel trailer rental is your invitation to explore this scenic and historic area.
Saucon Park is a largely undeveloped urban park with a playground, creek, and trails for hiking and running. There are some small stone bridges crossing the creeks and visitors have the opportunity to see the deer grazing in the area.
Nockamixon State Park is a popular destination for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, picnicking, and many other activities. Visitors can take a tour of the lake and lakeshore in a pontoon boat or enjoy a round of disc golf (or both). There are guided nature walks, education programs, and opportunities for photographers to capture the wildlife and environment. The park is open year-round from dawn to dusk, although some areas may be open seasonally. Keep your Easton camper rental nearby, and you can use it for a photography blind while enjoying a hot meal and a coffee.
Green Lane Park is one of the largest parks in Montgomery County and is comprised of rolling hills, upland forest stands, open wetlands, and more. There are a reservoir and two lakes within the park's boundaries. Visitors can enjoy fishing from the shoreline or on the lake; the park is also a good setting for birding and camping.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Easton, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Easton RV trailer rental is all you will need to enjoy a comfortable and relaxing vacation wherever you decide to stay.
Pine Hill RV Park is a cultivated and pet-friendly RV campground nestled amongst the trees. It has manicured lawns and a camp store where guests can buy gifts and ice cream. There are restrooms and showers, and laundry facilities. Individual sites have pull-through access, full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Children can enjoy the playground. There are also cabins for rent.
StonyBrook RV Resort is open year-round; sites have full hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings, and can be rented by the day or week. Some sites have big rig access. The park has a swimming pool, a camp store, and bathhouses, and the resort hosts weekend social events that all of the guests are welcome to attend.
There are lots of things to see and do in and around Easton, starting with farm dairies and farmers' markets. There is an art trail and also a railroad excursion where visitors can ride an authentic and operational antique train that takes visitors on a short ride out into the countryside and back. There are numerous antique stores where guests can see first-hand how people of this community lived. One adventure company invites visitors to come tubing on the local rivers. Don't forget to take your Easton motorhome rental for a ride out on the local highways, which is one of the highlights of RV vacations and not to be missed.
When it's time for dinner, Easton has you covered. There are Asian and Mexican restaurants and cafes, and most of the venues are locally owned and operated. One local deli serves Greek and Lebanese food; diners can eat in or ask for takeout. The menu includes vegetarian and vegan entrees for those with dietary preferences. Those who want to satisfy their taste buds and not worry about anything else should head for the local hot dog eatery. It is takeout only, but there is a bench outside where guests can devour their food if they choose. Easton has several breakfast diners, and one of them does it nicely, serving big portions. Guests dining here should sample the tomato, basil, and mozzarella omelet. Portions are large so don't be ashamed to take your leftovers home to your Easton luxury RV rental for a snack later on. Food this good should never go to waste, and nothing says vacation like enjoying your meals from a lawn chair under the shade of your RV.