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Fort Necessity National Battlefield marks the site of an important battle that took place in 1754, one that sparked the French and Indian War. Book an RV rental in Farmington, Pennsylvania, and tour this magnificent historical site.

Today the fort serves as a memorial to the area's history; the site was declared a National Battlefield in 1931. Archeologists began the difficult task of reconstructing the fort. Its shape and structure were clarified around 1952, resulting in the structures that exist in the historic landmark today. Follow the walking path to Great Meadow to view the fort, or traverse the rustic hiking trails weaving through the property. The visitor center features videos and exhibits focusing on the French and Indian War and George Washington's ties to the site.

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Getting Outdoors

There's a lot to see when you're RV camping near Fort Necessity. Coopers Rock State Forest is a popular tourist destination nearby and with good reason. The forest is a historical landmark with diverse terrain and vegetation, and numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation. The forest is open year-round; while you're here, you can go hiking and mountain biking on the many miles of trails, climbing and bouldering on sandstone cliffs, fishing, rafting, or just relax and enjoy a picnic. In the winter, Coopers Rock State Forest is the ideal destination for cross-country skiing; also, it is minutes away from the charming town of Morgantown.

State Game Lands Number 51 is 30 miles north of Farmington. It's one of several state-owned lands that act as a refuge for wildlife species and permit hunting when in season. These lands have access roads that can be used to move around in certain seasons, weather permitting; hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking are allowed on the lands outside of hunting season. In the winter, you can come here to go snowmobiling and finish your winter activities in the warmth and comfort of your Farmington camper rental.

In nearby Mill Run, Fallingwater is a combination of natural area and architectural masterpiece, having been designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1964. The area is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, in addition to the waterfall that is blended so perfectly with the buildings, there is a visitor center that showcases artwork, a cafe that sources its ingredients locally and incorporates much of the local cuisine traditions, and tours you can take part in between early March and late December. Tour times can change, so you should call ahead for more information.

Camping at Fort Necessity National Battlefield

RV campsites near Fort Necessity are easy to find. Five Pines Camping & Recreation is a rustic RV campground in Farmington, just a few miles south of the fort. The campground has basic amenities like restrooms with showers, a dump station, and a horseshoe pitch. Some campsites have full hookups, while most have electrical connections. The campground is near a fishing site and is ideal for those who want to enjoy nature without frills.

Tall Oaks Campground is another place to camp in Farmington. The campground has a swimming pool, WiFi, and is pet-friendly. The campsites have partial hookups with 20, 30, or 50 amp electricity or are primitive (without hookups) and are located in a wooded area providing both shade and solitude. The campground is a short distance from many local attractions, providing you with all the excitement you hoped for and a quiet home to return to at the end of the day.

Exploring the Area

Several cities near Farmington are worth checking out while you're here. Connellsville is a midsize city that was founded more than 200 years ago and even goes back as far as the French and Indian War. The town has shopping, urban parks, a bowling alley, and a nightlife scene, so there should be something for everyone to do. It has a good restaurant scene with Italian, Mexican, and Chinese restaurants, pizzerias and cafes, and much more. Prices range from inexpensive to moderately priced; if you don't want to dine in, grab some takeout, and enjoy your meal outside your Farmington motorhome rental.

Masontown is a midsized borough that was completed and named Fort Mason around 1774; it was renamed Mason in 1798. The town has a reasonably sized restaurant scene with a few chain restaurants, diners, and pub restaurants. Most of the venues serve American-style food, but there is a Chinese restaurant in case you want something different. Most of the venues are moderately expensive, so dining out shouldn't set you back too much.

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