Ringing Rocks Family Campground

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Ringing Rocks Family Campground is located in scenic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This campground is very close to the Delaware River, near the New Jersey border. The campground is a short drive from Allentown and Bethlehem, as well as from downtown Philadelphia. The New York City metro area is also less than two hours' drive away. In a densely wooded area with lots of privacy, the campground is a great option if you’re looking to escape the big city for a while.

Campsites at Ringing Rocks Family Campground come with lots of helpful amenities for your comfort. Sites have water, electric, and cable hookups for your RV rental, and there is also a free WiFi hotspot at the campground. There is a dump station, and also a restroom and bathhouse with free showers, as well as a laundry room. The on-site camp store stocks essentials like snacks, firewood, ice, and propane. There are also lots of options for entertainment when you stay here. Enjoy the heated swimming pool, let the children splash around in the kids’ pool, or spend some time at the playground, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, and shuffleboard. There’s also an indoor game room for cooler days. When you go RV camping at Ringing Rocks Family Campground, you can also take part in the many organized games and activities on offer, which include hayrides. Check the campground schedule to see what activities are happening during your stay.

The Great Outdoors

There are so many enjoyable outdoor activities to check out when you book an RV rental in Bucks County. Nockamixon State Park is a large state park with a beautiful lake that’s very close to the campground. The park is a popular destination for many different types of boating because the lake is so large. There are multiple marinas with docks and launches. You can go sailing or windsurfing here, and motorboats up to 20 HP are allowed too. For a more laidback experience, you can also go kayaking. The park is also a popular destination for fishing, with several different types of bass as well as other species like carp, walleye, pickerel, and more.

There are also some fun activities to enjoy on land at Nockamixon State Park. The park has a large game area where hunting is permitted. Common game species here include rabbit, turkey, and deer. There is also an extensive network of trails around the lake. There are hiking trails for all ability levels, many of which have gorgeous views of the water and the surrounding area. Some trails are also open for horseback riding. There are separate trails for biking. Many paths are paved, and there is also a network of unpaved mountain biking trails.

The Delaware Canal State Park is also very close to the Ringing Rocks Family Campground. This long, narrow state park runs between the Delaware Canal and the Delaware River. There are scenic hiking and biking trails within the park that are suitable for beginners. There are also river access points within the state park for boating.

Exploring The Area

The closest town to the campsites at Ringing Rocks Family Campground is Frenchtown, New Jersey, which is on the other side of the Delaware River. This small town has a main street along the river with a grocery store and a few local restaurants, as well as a gas station where you can refuel your motorhome rental. There are also restaurants close to the campground in Revere and Ottsville. The city of Allentown is a short drive away, and there are plenty of fun activities to enjoy there as well. The Liberty Bell Museum and Allentown Art Museum are both popular places to learn about history and culture. Car lovers will also enjoy the America on Wheels Museum. Downtown Allentown also has restaurants, galleries, performing arts venues, and other fun things to do.

While camping in an RV at Ringing Rocks Family Campground, it’s easy to visit Philadelphia and see everything that the city has to offer. Philadelphia is full of fascinating historical landmarks that were integral to the founding of the United States. The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are both in downtown Philadelphia, and you can also visit the Valley Forge area nearby, where Revolutionary War soldiers camped in the 18th century. Philadelphia is also very sophisticated and full of culture. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is very iconic and is a must-see for any art lover. Other notable museums include the Franklin Institute, the Barnes Foundation, and the Rodin Museum. Foodies will enjoy the Reading Terminal Market as well as the excellent selection of restaurants in the Old City neighborhood.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Ringing Rocks Ramble, PAUpper Black Eddy, PA
  • Ringing Rocks Trail, PAErwinna, PA
  • Delaware Canal - Uhlerstown to Hendrick Island, PAErwinna, PA
  • Delaware and Raritan Canal: Frenchtown to Bulls Island, NJFrenchtown, NJ
  • Shick Reserve Trail, NJMilford, NJ
  • Delaware Tow Path, PAUpper Black Eddy, PA
  • PA Covered Bridges Ride, PAErwinna, PA
  • Horseshoe Bend Park Trail, NJFrenchtown, NJ
  • Hoffman Park Trail, NJSpruce Run Recreation Area, NJ
  • Nockamixon State Park Loop Trail, PANockamixon State Park, PA

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