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When you book an RV in Pottsville, you’ll find yourself nestled among the more metropolitan areas of Harrisburg, Allentown, and Wilkes-Barre. You’ll also have access to numerous State Game Land areas and the Hickory Run State Park. Pottsville dates back to the days of King Charles II, who deeded the original land to William Penn.

If you’d like to learn more about the area you’ll be visiting with an RV rental from Pottsville, Pennsylvania, make sure to check out the City of Pottsville and the Schuylkill County Visitors Bureau. Intercity public bus service is based at the Union Station Intermodal Transportation Center, which is also a Greyhound and Trailways stop.

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The Great Outdoors

Pottsville has a thriving city park system, and you can visit any or all of them with your motorhome rental in Pottsville. Among the highlights is the John F. Kennedy Memorial Recreation Complex with a pool, a walking path with benches, sports fields, and other recreational opportunities. Yuengling Park is the site of an old spring house, flowers and grasses, a pavilion, and benches. Rotary Park offers a baseball field, basketball courts, a playground, and grassy areas.

You can also visit the local lavender farm with the Pottsville campervan rental. This lovely natural farm features fields of lavender, bees, rescue horses, donkeys, laying hens, and a pony. Guided and self-guided tours are available. Plants, essential oils, and much more can be purchased at the farm. The farm store offers lavender products and crafts made by local artisans.

The Schuylkill River Greenways National Heritage Area can also be accessed with a travel trailer rental from Pottsville. It includes the Schuylkill River Trail and the Schuylkill River Water Trail. The area features a unique and important combination of natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resources. The visitor center includes interactive exhibits, maps, video monitors, wall displays, and other family-friendly exhibits and activities that detail the role of the region in the American, Industrial, and Environmental Revolutions. The River Store offers merchandise, books, and educational toys and games.

RV Parks

You’ll need a place to park your RV trailer near Pottsville, and you could look at the Christmas Pines Campground. The campground provides a catch-and-release fishing lake, a swimming pool, a playground, a game room, recreational facilities, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a gift shop, a snack bar, and WiFi. There are some Christian-themed activities. RV sites offer electric and water hookups, on-site sewage removal, and cable.

Locust Lake State Park can also be your temporary home when you rent a motorhome in Pottsville. The park has lake access, fishing, hiking, outdoor recreational opportunities, interpretive programming and environmental education, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a camp store. RV sites offer electric hookups.

You can also stay at the Rosemount Camping Resort with an RV rental near Pottsville. Resort amenities include fishing, swimming, paddleboats, a recreation room, sports fields, planned activities, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a camp store, and Wi-Fi. RV sites are shaded with full hookups and cable.

Walmart has a reputation for being friendly to the RV community and sometimes even allows RVs to park overnight in their lots. You should always check in with store management to verify this. The closest Walmart that may permit this is in St. Clair.

Exploring the City

History buffs and people of faith will appreciate the Jewish Museum of Eastern Pennsylvania. It features permanent and changing exhibits on Jewish faith and culture in the region. There is also a Biblical garden. This could be an interesting spot to visit with an RV rental near Pottsville. You can see the city’s largest synagogue and learn more about how faith, culture, and tradition influenced history in the area.

You may want to plan your trip with a luxury RV rental in Pottsville so that you can participate in the annual Schuylkill County Wine Festival. This festival features award-winning local wines to taste and purchase. There is live entertainment on two stages all day long. There are also numerous food vendors. Wine accessories and wine-related items including painted wine glasses, wine cabinets, wine bottle nightlights, coasters, and more are available for sale. Carefully curated baskets are often raffled off, and there is a table decorating contest too.

Check out the Walk-In Art Center with your Pottsville RV rental by owner. It houses 16 individual studios for working artists, galleries, rotating exhibits, activities for all ages, classrooms, and special events throughout the year including classes, workshops, camps, and discussions. Visitors of all ages will appreciate the diverse exhibits and events as well as the inclusive atmosphere and commitment to art education in all forms.

You will also need to refill the tank of your camper rental in Pottsville, PA at some point. There are plenty of service stations, truck stops, and convenience stores so you should have no difficulty finding either diesel fuel or gasoline.

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