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Discover Pittsburgh, PA
Known as the “Steel City” and “City of Bridges”, Pittsburgh has much more to offer than metal and overpasses - particularly for those who want to rent an RV. When renting an RV in Pittsburgh, you can enjoy the beautiful parks, museums, and historic sites of the area. If you can, take in a Steelers game while you’re there! There are plenty of safe places to keep your RV in while enjoying the game. Pittsburgh offers an abundance of RV and motorhome rental locations all across the city. Search for an RV in Pittsburgh near the sites you want to visit most to ensure you have plenty of time to see them all during your trip.
Pittsburgh is a very well connected city. Public transportation can get you anywhere you need to go - so you’ll only need to park your RV once. You can explore the city via bus, rail, incline and paratransit services to get everywhere you want to visit.
The Great Outdoors
RV rentals in Pittsburgh allow you to explore the scenic natural sites - from waterfalls to mountain overlooks there are endless camping spots to choose from. Visiting during the summer? You can’t miss Ohiopyle State Park. Just an hour out of the city where you can explore waterfalls, kayak rapids, or slide through natural waterslides!
Want to be a little closer to the city? Raccoon Creek State Park, just thirty minutes west has both modern and rustic sites available. As well as activities like hiking, biking, boating, and even horse riding!
If you’re looking for somewhere to be a little more social with other RVers in the area, try Bear Run Campground, near Portersville. Found in Moraine State Park just forty minutes from Pittsburgh, Bear Run Campground is a boasted as being a big camping community. It has spaces that are a little more rustic to areas near cafes, laundry, and a pool for a more luxury RV experience.
There are plenty of places to park your RV rental in and near Pittsburgh. Bear Run Campground is easily connected to Pittsburgh by the 1-79 and public transit all while being incredibly close to Lake Moraine (perfect for those wanting to visit Moraine State Park)! It has all amenities you’d need including WiFi, a pool, restrooms, groceries and more. Pine Beach Cove is another great place to stay, and it’s exclusive to RV users. Pets are welcome and it also has a pool (with a waterslide!), playground, onsite laundry, and a game room among other amenities. For those wanting to stay as central as possible in the city, they can check out Locust Grove Park and Point State Park to stay with their RV rental in Pittsburgh.
Exploring the City
While it may be easier to park outside the city and take transit in thanks to a maze of one-way streets and limited signage, it’ll be easy to find a place to stay when you rent an RV in Pittsburgh, PA. For easier travel around the city, consider getting a ConnectCard for the public transit routes. It’s a smart card that’s reusable, making it easier and cheaper to use all public transit. ConnectCard users also get unlimited 15-minute rides on the city’s bike share system - Healthy Ride. Cycling is also a great way to explore the city, get some fresh air and exercise. When you’re in the city you can’t miss the Duquesne Incline. Originally built in the 1800s you’ll get panoramic views of the city while being inside a part of the city’s history. Get great views in particular at Mount Washington’s observation tower.
For some more great sights in Pittsburgh, look no further than Fallingwater. A historic site that is a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece made of stone, glass, and concrete on top of a waterfall. Don’t forget to book at least a week in advance - or more on weekends-- as it sells out quickly! Are you an animal lover? Don’t miss the National Aviary with more than 600 types of birds from all over the world! For even more animal variety, check out the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. Spread across more than 70 acres they feature 6000+ animals. Looking for something a little more unique? Try the Trundle Manor: House of Oddities in Swissvale or the Robot Hall of Fame in the Carnegie Science Center. Regardless of what type of trip you’re on, whether you’re traveling in a luxury RV or basic camper rental, you’ll find what you’re looking for when you book an RV in Pittsburgh, PA.
RV Rentals in Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh, PA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Pittsburgh. Outdoorsy's Pittsburgh 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 Pittsburgh are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and Catoctin Mountain Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
What's around Pittsburgh, PA
Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!
Local Hiking Trails
|Salt Run Trail||Peninsula||Ohio|
|Brandywine Gorge Trail||Northfield||Ohio|
|Coopers Rock State Forest Loop||Morgantown||West Virginia|
|Stanford House to Brandywine Falls Trail||Northfield||Ohio|
|Blue Hen to Buttermilk Falls||Brecksville||Ohio|
|Minister Creek Trail||Sheffield||Pennsylvania|
|Gorge Trail||Cuyahoga Falls||Ohio|
|Slippery Rock Gorge Trail||Slippery Rock Township||Pennsylvania|
Recommendations for Pittsburgh, PA from Outdoorsy Owners
Primanti Bros is a Pittsburgh favorite. Head there for an amazing sandwich on Mancini's bread topped with fries and coleslaw. There is no pretty way to eat it, just dive right in.
Hartwood Acres hosts Summer Concerts in the park. Get there early and set up the RV. There are food trucks, beer trucks, and lots of free live music!