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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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If you’re looking to rent an RV and visit somewhere with a suburban feel, Springfield, PA might be the place for you. Safe and family-friendly, Springfield has plenty of activities for kids and adults alike. While not a small town and not large enough to be a city, the township of Springfield in Delaware County can be a great spot for a quieter vacation.
And if variety is what you prefer, the vibrant city of Philadelphia is approximately 10 miles away. The quaint towns nearby to Springfield might also be worth a visit. Both Media and Swarthmore are less than five miles away and offer their own amusements.
Just over five miles from Springfield is a state park worth visiting. Ridley Creek State Park is 2,606-acre woodsy park with gently rolling terrain. Located in Edgmont, Middletown, and Upper Providence within Delaware County, it offers many recreational activities for the whole family. After parking your RV rental from Springfield in the lot, you may choose to go biking, fishing, or horseback riding. Within the park is a garden designed by the famous Olmsted Brothers and a Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation that replicates life on a pre-Revolutionary farm. The Ridley Creek Trail delights a hiker with beautiful views during a workout. With multiple trails to pick from, waterfalls to view, and birds, chipmunks, and frogs to spot here and there, the park has a pleasant atmosphere for all who visit to absorb and enjoy.
Adjacent to the park, in Media, is the Tyler Arboretum, a 650-acre tree park with woodland walks. A much smaller but also beautiful place to explore is Rose Tree Park. It is a relaxing park for picnicking, flying kites, or catching a seasonal event such as a light display or concert.
Unfortunately, there are no RV parks right within Springfield. While Springfield is not tiny, it is more of a residential area with shopping plazas. Nevertheless, not too far of a drive away, you have great lodging options. The Philadelphia/West Chester KOA Holiday in Coatesville offers hookups, WiFi, and a pool. A river runs through the campground that tenants are welcome to canoe in. The RV park is praised for its many community events, such as ice cream socials and treasure hunts. Right nearby is a train station from where you can catch a direct train to New York City. The KOA can take care of your Springfield travel trailer rental for the night.
The states on the east coast are so close to each other that it’s not unreasonable to drive your camper rental from Springfield less than 30 miles to Clarksboro, New Jersey for the night. With full hookups, WiFi, and entertainment for the children such as a playground, pond, and bounce pad, the Philadelphia South/Clarksboro KOA can be another great choice.
Springfield is a popular place to shop, as it offers a mall, a shopping village, and more. The main strips with stores, restaurants, and bars are on Saxer Ave. and Baltimore Pike. You can choose between the large chains you are familiar with or interesting mom-and-pop shops for shopping or dining in. If you are traveling with children, there’s plenty of amusement in Springfield. There’s a trampoline park, a mini-golf center, and a facility full of bouncy houses.
Afterwards, if you’re hungry, you won’t run out of options. There’s steak or BBQ, Asian cuisine, or your good ol’ American diner. What many people love about the dining options in Springfield is how many Italian restaurants exist all within the township’s limits. Some of them are BYOB and diners can pop into the local wine and spirits shop for a nice bottle of wine to bring to dinner. There are also pubs and taverns available for a post-meal nightcap.
The commute to Philadelphia is also easy and painless. You could bring your motorhome rental from Springfield, PA to the city, or you can leave it at the RV park you’ve chosen to be your temporary home and hop on a train, trolley, or bus. Philadelphia has a library and museum that was formed by Benjamin Franklin in 1783, an architecture museum, and an 18th-century mansion that’s been converted into a museum dedicated to colonial history. The city also offers an African American Museum full of art and artifacts to view, as well as informational exhibits, programs, and performances to attend. If you prefer to set aside some extra time to visit other small towns nearby, to the west and south, you have Media and Swarthmore—charming towns that you might want to spend an entire day or two in.
Whether you choose to explore museums in the big city in your Springfield, Pennsylvania RV rental, visit state parks and arboretums in neighboring small towns, or spend most of your time shopping and eating Italian food in the suburbs of the township itself, a memorable trip full of adventure, history, and fun awaits you. Rent an RV in Delaware County today and start planning your next vacation!