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At home on the banks of the Delaware River, just across the river from Trenton, New Jersey, is the friendly town of Morrisville, Pennsylvania. The beginnings of Morrisville date all the way back to the early 1600s when the Dutch West India Company, operated by the Netherlands, set up shop in present-day Morrisville. The site of Morrisville had been used throughout colonial history for trading posts and stopover points and even a ferry port. So, it only makes sense that Morrisville would’ve been the site for William Penn’s first purchase of Pennsylvania. Today, when you rent an RV in the area, you will be able to enjoy the history just as easily as you can enjoy the scenery.
If you don’t feel like driving your RV rental in Morrisville, you can opt to ride on one of the buses provided by the Transportation Management Association of Bucks County. You’ll be able to get around town with ease and even explore more of the county.
When you book an RV in Bucks County, you set yourself up for countless opportunities to explore the natural beauty of Pennsylvania. With its rolling hills and foothills, forests, and many waterways, Morrisville is the perfect middle ground to explore this historic region of the country.
Just a short drive over the New Jersey border is the Mercer County Park near Trenton. This county park is home to a wide variety of outdoor activities, including hiking along the nature trails around the lake, fishing and boating on Mercer Lake, and even mountain bike trails. But your options for outdoor recreational activities don’t stop there; you can also play a pick-up game at one of the tennis courts or on the soccer field. This well-maintained county park is a great option for those looking for a little bit of close-to-home entertainment.
Also just a short drive over the state line is the Assunpink Wildlife Management Area in Allentown, New Jersey. The land at Assunpink has been set aside for preservation, and you can enjoy the benefits of this caring practice. There are three lakes and connecting wetlands to explore, as well as trails for hiking, mountain biking, and even cross-country skiing for those who enjoy winter sports.
For those looking for an easy day trip, you can head northwest up to Nockamixon State Park in Quakertown. At Nockamixon, you’ll be able to enjoy more than 20 miles of hiking throughout the park, along the lakeshores for more leisurely hikes as well as more difficult hiking around the foothills. If you’d rather enjoy the water, you can rent a boat at the park and enjoy kayaking, canoeing, or even taking a motorboat out on the glistening waters of Lake Nockamixon.
When you rent an RV in Morrisville, make sure you rent a couple of sites around the area so you can rest and recharge your batteries. Luckily enough, there are plenty of options available in the area worth considering.
Just a short drive to the southeast, and just over into New Jersey, is the Indian Rock RV Park & Campground. At Indian Rock, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and a recreational room. Guests will also have access to on-site miniature golf.
Also just to the southeast over the New Jersey border is the Timberland Lake Campground. At Timberland Lake, guests will have access to water/electric or full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and an on-site camp store. Guests will also be able to boat and fish on the lake or enjoy some dry recreational activities, such as miniature golf.
When you rent an RV in Morrisville, be sure to set aside some extra time to explore the beautiful border region of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. There’s so much to see and do during your stay along the Delaware River that you just might run out of time before you run out of options.
A perfect destination for the history buffs out there, just on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River is the Old Barracks Museum. Many of the buildings at this historic site date back to the French and Indian War, prior to the Revolutionary War. If you’re lucky, your schedule may coincide with a battle reenactment or even a craft show.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids, you can head just to the west edge of town to Sesame Place. You can head on down to Sesame Street and meet some of the characters like Elmo and Big Bird, ride theme park rides, and also enjoy some water rides during the summer. There are also plenty of shows and parades to enjoy to really make you feel like you’re on Sesame Street.
For all of the art lovers, just on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River is the Grounds For Sculpture gallery and sculpture garden. You can enjoy the gallery spaces decorated by artists all over the world or walk along the meticulously maintained outdoor spaces and enjoy many different styles of work. If you’re lucky, your travel plans may even coincide with a workshop or fun event.
When you rent an RV in eastern Pennsylvania, make sure to set yourself up with a table at one of the local pizza joints. Between the pizza influences of NYC and South Jersey, you can get the best of both worlds in this central location. Hopefully, you like thin crust.
When you find yourself eventually needing to restock your RV rental in Morrisville, you won't have to travel far. You will find a wide variety of gas station and grocery store options available throughout town.