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Make your way to Pennsylvania to the Nockamixon State Park on your next motorhome camping trip. Spread over 5200 acres, the state park is situated in Quakertown in the southeastern part of the state, in the townships of Bedminster and Haycock.
Nockamixon State Park opened to the public in 1973 and was originally known as the Tohickon State Park after the creek that partly flowed into the lake. The park was then renamed to Nockamixon, which meant ‘place of soft soil’ in the local Lenape language.
While Nockamixon Lake is the main attraction of the state park, camping at Nockamixon State Park opens up a range of exciting outdoor adventure options. Set amid rolling hills, there is plenty to explore in the area, and renting an RV is an easy way of getting around. Book an RV in Bucks County to discover everything in the area.
Folks traveling here have much to look forward to in the way of outdoor recreation. With the 1450-acre lake providing ample recreational opportunities, including fishing, boating, and water sports, the park also offers excellent hiking trails, biking trails, horseback riding, and hunting. Camping with an RV at Nockamixon State Park is a delight with bird watchers too!
RV camping at Nockamixon State Park is ideal for anglers looking to spend their days fishing in the lake. Nockamixon Lake is a warm-water fishery and fish species found here include walleye, muskellunge, pickerel, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, channel catfish, striped bass, carp, and varieties of panfish. The clear, blue waters of the lake make it a popular fishing lake. The lake hosts fishing tournaments frequently. Winter visitors get to enjoy ice-fishing at Nockamixon Lake too.
Boating at Nockamixon Lake is a wonderful way of enjoying the vast expanses of blue water. Paddleboats, canoes, kayaks, sailboats, and pontoon boats are a common sight out on the lake. If you haven’t brought your watercraft, boat rentals are available at the park.
Put on your hiking shoes and explore over three miles of hiking trails at Nockamixon State Park. There’s a 2.8-mile long biking trail available too, and if you prefer exploring the area on horseback instead, there are twenty miles of equestrian trails to explore in the southern side of the park.
Large portions of Nockamixon State Park are open to hunting. Following the required rules and regulations associated with hunting in the park, visitors can try their luck hunting for squirrels, turkey, pheasants, and white-tailed deer.
Park your RV rental at Nockamixon State Park to enjoy easy access to the lake’s many recreational amenities. Although there is no RV camping within the park, there are several options around the state park. The Quakertown Campground has 200 campsites available with amenities like tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, sewer, water, a central water spigot, dump station, WiFi, and limited cell phone coverage. Campers also have access restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a camp store for last-minute camping essentials, a clubhouse, and a designated pet area for your four-legged furry friends. The kids will love splashing about in the pool and running around in the playground.
When you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Nockamixon State Park, make your way to Bechtelsville to the Lazy K Campground. With 85 campsites, the campground offers features like big rig access, tent camping, a dump station, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, central water spigot, WiFi, and cell phone coverage. There are restrooms, shower stalls, laundry facilities, a camp store, and a picnic shelter. Don't forget to bring your pets along to this pet-friendly campground.
About half an hour from Nockamixon State Park is the county seat of Bucks County, the town of Doylestown. Nestled between Philadelphia and New York City, this small town is high on history and worth stopping by for Bucks County campers as you travel through the area.
The Fonthill Castle and Park is a must-visit when in Doylestown. It is the home of Henry Mercer, who was an eccentric collector and tile maker. Built entirely of concrete, the home is a work of art and is filled with tiles of all designs. While you’re at the castle, take a tour of the tile factory that’s located right behind the castle.
The Michener Art Museum is a delight for art lovers. Located inside a former jail, the museum houses a collection of 19th-century American artworks. Don’t miss a stroll through the outdoor sculpture garden on your visit.
The Mercer Museum is an interesting visit. Displaying over 40,000 items from the Industrial Revolution, the museum provides an insight into pre-industrial hand tools and other items from early America.
Stroll through the historic downtown of Doylestown during your RV rental vacation. Main Street is home to several historic buildings, antique shops, cafes, and restaurants.
This little town is big on food with plenty of interesting eating options available in Doylestown. From chain restaurants to fast food joints, fine dining restaurants, pubs, and bars, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out in Doylestown.