2008 Winnebago Avion View 23j
2008 Winnebago Avion View 23j
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Perched on the rolling hills of Hunterdon County in Lebanon, NJ, just about an hour to the west of New York City lies Round Valley Recreation Area. The hidden gem is popular for motorhome camping mainly thanks to the Round Valley Reservoir, the largest water supply reservoir by volume in the state. Round Valley Recreation Area is also one of the few parks in New Jersey that offer wilderness camping, much to the delight of extreme adventurers. Want to check out even more attractions? Search for an RV in Hunterdon County and make memories RV camping at state parks.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a water sports fanatic or prefer sticking to solid ground, there’s something for everyone camping at Round Valley Recreation Area. There is no doubt that Round Valley Reservoir is the park’s biggest attraction. Boaters, swimmers, and anglers come from far and wide to enjoy the brisk blue waters. Should your main aim be to explore new towns and meeting new friends, there are a couple of towns in the area such as Easton, PA, and New Brunswick, NJ. Thinking of where to go for your next vacation? Rent a camper near Round Valley Recreation Area and make lifelong memories on your next adventure.
When packing your Lebanon camper rental, throw in a fishing rod as the fishing at Round Valley Reservoir is phenomenal. Encompassing about 2000 acres and with a depth of nearly 200 feet, the cold waters of Round Valley Reservoir are a suitable habitat for a wide variety of fish. The lake is especially known for big lake trout. Apart from trout, the lake also harbors channel catfish, bluegill, and largemouth bass. Ranger Cove is a fantastic little spot for shore fishing.
How about coupling up your fishing with come boating? The reservoir is accessible through two boat ramps, which are suited for kayaks, canoes, and small motorboats. To help in conservation of the reserve, engines exceeding ten horsepower are restricted. The best way to get some trout in deeper waters is trolling with downriggers. Keep an eye on the current Round Valley Reservoir fishing regulations, as they are regularly updated.
Looking forward to some hiking while camping in a rental motorhome at Round Valley Recreation Area? The park has three marked trails, and all of them can be accessed through the South Parking Lot. The Pine Tree Trail is one-mile long, and the Family Hiking and Biking Trail is 0.5 miles long. Both trails appeal to visitors with young children, seniors, and birders. The nine-mile long Cushetunk Trail is rugged and steep at some points, making it suitable for more experienced hikers.
After renting an RV, you'll have no difficulty finding a suitable campground for your campervan. If proximity to the park is important, consider camping at Mountainview Campground in Milford, NJ. The park’s big-rig accessible pull-thru sites are graced with electric hookups only, but there are water spigots as well as a dump station. Guests also get access to showers, restrooms, and a playground for kids.
When you’re willing to sacrifice proximity for more amenities, check out Beaver Valley Campground. The back-in sites are equipped with electric hookups only, but Lebanon campers get access to water and a dump station. The big-rig accessible sites are equipped with WiFi and cable TV as well. Some of the additional amenities include laundry facilities, a camp store, and firewood is available. There is a pool, recreational room, and outdoor courts for recreation.
Before driving off in your motorhome, try visiting as many attractions as possible, as who knows when you’ll be back? Sitting at the confluence of Lehigh and Delaware Rivers, Easton has a couple of attractions that are worth visiting. If the kids tagged along, start your day by visiting Crayola Experience, where you’ll get to see how crayons are made. Kids can also create their very own personalized crayon wrappings.
After a tour of Crayola Experience, pass by their store for some Crayola products and stuffed animals before making your way to the National Canal Museum. This is the only museum that provides insight as to how America's coal-carrying canals sparked the American Industrial Revolution. While here, take the 45-minute long canal ride to experience canal travel firsthand.
Should you still have some time, point your RV rental towards Edison and unleash your inner acrobat at Rebounderz Edison. Rebounderz Edison is a massive indoor trampoline park that even features a trampoline basketball court. If you're a lover of physics, head over to Roosevelt Park for a chance to see the Light Dispelling Darkness Sculpture. The sculpture is dedicated to Thomas Edison and his greatest achievement, the light bulb.