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Discover Newtown Square, PA

Almost certainly one of the oldest towns in Pennsylvania, if not the oldest on record, Newtown Square, has a document dated 1684, assigning two men to the task of collecting tax for a courthouse and prison. Historians speculate that given that there were sufficient people to not only necessitate a courthouse and prison but also to enact levies, the town of Newtown Square was well established at that time. Although very few homes and buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries are still standing, there are five structures that are registered on the National Register of Historic Places: an octagonal schoolhouse, a covered bridge, a church, a tavern, and a mill. The mill, which is called the Paper Mill House even though they produced fabric, is used as a museum today and can be toured by the general public.

Another notable spot in Newtown Square is the Railroad Museum, which is housed in the former Newtown Square Rail Station. The museum features several artifacts related to the railroad industry, including an authentic Red Arrow trolley car, a vintage steam locomotive, and various maps and artworks.

Cruise over for a day trip to Philadelphia, located less than 30 miles away. If it's more adventure you are seeking, head southwest for about another 30 miles and see what Wilmington, DE has to offer.

The Great Outdoors

Rent an RV in Newtown Square, skip the hotel scene, and get closer to nature. Hike, bike, skip and jump the winding, circuitous trails that weave and criss-cross the small-but-mighty Ridley Creek State Park. The idyllic Ridley Creek bisects the valley nearly in half. Trouts all but jump into anglers’ nets. A wide range of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, sly fox, and clever raccoon make their home in this park. A sharp-eyed visitor may spot a hawk or two soaring high above on thermal drifts as they scrutinize for small rodents and other prey to hunt.

For something resembling solitude, hop into a Newtown Square camper rental and wheel on over to Wharton State Forest in New Jersey. This park, the largest in New Jersey, sprawls some 123,000 acres. Including the Batona Trail, which runs nearly 50 miles, there are well over 100 miles of multi-use trails. Know for a specific type of terrain called the Pine Barrens. This region is where the infamous “Jersey Devil” is purported to reside. As one might imagine, the area is relatively barren to woodlands in other parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, devoid of nearly all plant life aside from a certain type of pine trees. Wild animals seem to do just fine, though! Although black bear sightings are rare these days, they do occur. White-tailed deer, bobcats, beavers, foxes, and river otters are common sights. A wildlife photographer will not leave disappointed. Bring your Newtown Square travel trailer rental to Wharton State Forest. It offers a few campgrounds, some of which have hookups for RVs.

RV Parks

When you book an RV in Newtown Square, don’t forget to plan for where you’ll park while you hit the sack. This close to the city, there are regulations prohibiting overnight street parking. Fortunately, there are a few private campgrounds within 30 miles’ radius. The family-friendly West Chester KOA in Coatesville features several fun activities and events for children and adults alike. They also rent kayaks and boats to guests.

Its sister park, the KOA in Clarksboro, NJ, is a smaller site. However, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in amenities with a jazzy dog park, a bouncy trampoline, and an on-site camp store. Both facilities offer full hookups, pull-thru and back-in lots, and free WiFi.

Walmart is known to be RV-friendly and often allows RVs and motorhomes to use the parking lots overnight. There are a few Walmart stores within 10 miles; the closest is in Springfield.

Exploring the City

A luxury RV rental from Newtown Square will look equally at home at a posh golf course as at a Walmart store. There are several golf courses open to the public. Cobbs Creek in Philadelphia boasts two 18-hole courses designed by renowned architect Bobby Wilson, one of which was ranked #6 nationally for the best municipal course. Though the fairways are suited to both beginners and experienced golfers alike, it’s highly recommended that the players have an accurate swing due to the narrow fairways and tricky traps.

No visit to Philadelphia is complete without a stop at the Franklin Square and the Independence Center. Walk the same streets that the founding fathers once strolled upon. Dine at the same taverns that stood over 200 years ago. Consider the life these esteemed men had. How they discussed, debated, and fought for the future of this country. Without these distinguished people, this country might be a very different place today.

Philadelphia isn’t all about history. There’s also art. Music. Booze. And of course, food. The topic of where to find a proper Philly cheesesteak is fiercely debated by long-time locals and out-of-towners alike. There are two top contenders who claims to have invented the steak. Ask the locals for the best one.

Cap off a tour of Philadelphia with a steak and a glass of local craft beer, and you’ll have created the perfect Philadelphia visit. Rent an RV in Newtown Square and make new memories with family and friends.

RV Rentals in Newtown Square, PA

Newtown Square, PA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Newtown Square. Outdoorsy's Newtown Square RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Newtown Square are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, and Great Falls Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail Columbia New Jersey
Cascade Falls and Rootball Loop Trail [CLOSED] Elkridge Maryland
Stairway to Heaven Trail Vernon New Jersey
Avalon Loop Trail Baltimore Maryland
The Pinnacle Trail Loop Hamburg Pennsylvania
Glen Onoko Falls Trail Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania
Ramapo Park and Cannonball Trail Oakland New Jersey
Pyramid Mountain Loop Trail Boonton New Jersey
Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mount Minsi Trail Delaware Water Gap Pennsylvania

Nearby Campgrounds

Koa Campgrounds Philadelphia

campground Coatesville, PA
With a heart filled with expectation and a mind fixed on the adventure of a lifetime, the trip to Koa Campgrounds Philadelphia may seem long and dreary, but the journey will be well worth your while. When you think one-stop camping sites for RV?s, this one is right up there with the best. It features a variety of different parking spots for RV?s and you have the option of dry camping or picking a spot that has added amenities such as water, electricity, and WiFi. The campgrounds feature some great activities, such as canoeing, swimming, mini golf, and a playground for the kids. There are also bike rentals and guided tours such as Philadelphia/Valley Forge Guided Tour and Lancaster CD Tour. Fishing takes place along the Brandywine River with fishing permits applicable to those aged sixteen and older. Over weekends, you can look forward to movies, crafts, entertainment hayrides, ice cream socials, and more.

Lake-In-Wood Campground

campground Narvon, PA
Follow the gnomes to find the beautifully quirky Lake-in-Woods Resort, an enchanted forest oasis not 15 miles south of Reading. Nature preserves and parks nearby seem to be in on the fun, with names like Nolde Forest and Flying Hills. Bring your tent and enjoy a rustic campsite, or bring the home on wheels. The site can accommodate even big rigs, and water, sewer, and electrical hookups are available. There?s also free WiFi in the park for those that want to stay connected, and a gift shop, grocery store, and restaurant if you want to shop and eat. The real draw here are the creative cabins, which are built in an array of different styles. These include, but are not limited to, frontier log cabins, oversize yurts, a covered wagon, and, of course, gnome homes. Features at the park that you would expect at a resort include both indoor and outdoor heated pools, mini-golf courses, two playgrounds, and several sports facilities.

Museum of Indian Culture

attraction Allentown, PA
For 35 years, the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown has set the standard in Pennsylvania for education about indigenous cultures. This non-profit, volunteer-staffed educational and resource center educates the public about the First Nations people that lived in the local region, as well as throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Permanent exhibits and collections include Native American dance regalia, prehistoric artifacts, and a life-size exhibit which recreates the ancient rock shelters that were unearthed near the city of Broomhall. You can also join an educational session and learn about the artwork, daily life, diet, and other information about the local Lenape people. The museum conducts daily guided tours, and guests are also welcome to peruse the collections on their own. There?s also a comprehensive research library on the premises. If you happen to visit in late August,you can experience the Roasting Ears of Corn Festival, the oldest Native American festival in the state.

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

attraction Philadelphia, PA
Apart from having some of the most incredible churches, cathedrals, and museums, Philadelphia is also home to Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens. You will be forgiven for wanting to get lost in these gardens as they soothe the soul and inspire the mind, with the fanciful layout of massive mosaic projects. An excursion through the Gardens will allow you take in the beauty of art in a different form, as everyday items find themselves the focus of expressive art themes. The Gardens were founded by Isaiah Zagar and has a rich history of community support, allowing it to be opened to the public in 2008. A visit to these gardens will leave you inspired to create beauty out of forgotten spaces in your own, personal environment. The Gardens are located near many other attractions in Philly?s city center, such as the Independence National Historical Park, Reading Terminal Market, Wanamaker Organ, and Walnut Street Theatre.

Little Red Barn Campground

campground Quakertown, PA
Little Red Barn Campground is every bit as quaint and charming as it sounds. Nestled in a forested area only 15 miles from downtown Allentown, this idyllic, verdant oasis is next to both Lake Nockamixon and Nockamixon State Park. There are spaces for both tents and recreational vehicles, and 92 of these are equipped with water and electricity. Each campsite has a fire pit and picnic table, and other on-site amenities include a swimming pool, laundry room, games room, playground, modern bathrooms, and free WiFi. You can also refill your propane tank and dispose of trash. There?s also a large, enclosed pavilion available for larger groups. The campground also hosts scheduled activities like wagon rides, movie nights, and bonfire socials. Boating and fishing venues are only minutes away, and a slightly longer drive of either 30 minutes to two hours takes you to countless landmarks and attractions in both Pennsylvania and New York.

The Camden Children's Garden

attraction Camden, NJ
The Camden Children's Garden is designed for children and families. It is a special place to explore and discover the natural world. The four-acre garden provides horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play. Guests enter the Camden Children's Garden at the Main Plaza, offering an open space for gathering and people watching. Make a splash! during the spring and summer months as the Main Plaza's Water Spray Ground comes alive creating a fun atmosphere. Guests are encouraged to bring bathing suits, water shoes, and towels. Surrounding the Plaza are shade trees and benches, creating comfortable resting spots for parents and chaperones. The Children?s Garden has numerous rides, attractions, and activities for children. The Storybook Gardens, to give only one example, invite children to interact with some of their favorite stories including The Three Little Pigs, A Giant?s Garden, The Frog Prince, and Alice in Wonderland!! The Garden is located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia and adjacent to the Adventure Aquarium, Susquehanna Bank Center, Battleship New Jersey and Riversharks Stadium.

Timberlane Campground

campground Clarksboro, NJ
Timberlane Campground is a private family owned campground, with a kind, courteous staff. The campground is situated on 20 acres, with both open and wooded sites. They also have a catch and release fishing pond for both novice and experienced anglers. Whitetail deer and wild turkey are frequent guests at the campground.Timberlane Campground is centrally located, only 1/2 mile off Interstate 295, and only 15 minutes from the Philadelphia downtown historical district. This is a perfect place for families. They have a game room, play ground, swimming pools and fishing pond. The bathrooms are modern and very clean with hot showers, and are handicap accessible. For your convenience, there are laundry facilities and LP gas on the grounds.The Campground has 82 RV Sites, 14 Tent Sites, 82 Full Hookup, 14 No Hookup, 30 Amps, 82 50 Amps, 51 Pull Thru sites. For those who like to rough it in the great outdoors, they have tent sites available. Or if you would prefer a little more comfort, they offer a camping cabin. Whatever your recreational needs might be, they will work to fulfill them.

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