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Perched at the head of Narragansett Bay along Providence River, Providence is the capital and largest city of the smallest state in the country, Rhode Island. Did you know that the full name of Rhode Island is the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations? Rhode Island is home to only two national parks, and one of them just happens to be in Providence. The Roger Williams National Memorial is a landscaped urban park sitting just a short distance away from downtown Providence. The park celebrates the life of Roger Williams, a staunch advocate for religious freedom and the founder of Rhode Island. To get the most out of your visit to Rhode Island, you’ll want to book an RV in Providence County.

When you camp in an RV near Providence, the Roger Williams National Memorial is ideal for a stroll with the family or some good relaxation. The park is also within walking distance to a couple of city highlights, including the Lippitt House Museum and Waterplace Park. If you’re all about exploring new towns, you’re in luck. Providence is just minutes away from the second-largest city in the state, Warwick. Other towns in the area that you’ve got to visit include Pawtucket, Fall River, and Newport. Looking for an ideal destination for your next vacation? Rent a camper near Roger Williams National Memorial and have a great time RV camping at state parks across the state.

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Getting Outdoors

Unlike many state capitals in the United States, Providence is fairly small, so you’re in luck if you like putting your legs to good use. When camping in a rental motorhome at Roger Williams National Memorial, the visitor’s center is a great place to start your tour. Learn about the contributions of Roger Williams through the exhibits on display and a short but interesting five-minute film. Junior Ranger activity booklets are available at the visitor’s center, so pick one for your child.

Hoping you brought along a good pair of sneakers as you’ll be walking quite a lot. Do you fancy some photography? Head over to Benefit Street's Mile of History, a cobblestone street that has possibly the finest collection of original Colonial homes, churches, and museums in the country. Dating back to 1972, the Nightingale-Brown House is one of the highlights.

Providence has almost 1000 buildings listed under the National Register of Historic Places, making it home to some immensely beautiful neighborhoods such as Jewelry District, College Hill, and Federal Hill. If you will be in town only for a while, hiking just won’t cut it. That’s where biking comes in. Don’t have a bike? Just rent one for a day or two.

Camping at Roger Williams National Memorial

After renting an RV, it’s now time to fit a suitable place to set up your RV rental near Roger Williams National Memorial. Ginny B Campground is situated to the east of town at Foster. The campground has a laid-back atmosphere, which is great if you’re looking for peace and serenity. The big-rig accessible pull-thru sites are equipped with full hookups. Bring your pets along as the campground is pet-friendly.

If you’re looking for an ideal campground offering loads of amenities, consider the Wawaloam Campground in West Kingston. The RV Park’s back-in sites are equipped with water, sewer, and electric hookups. Providence campers also get access to WiFi as well as showers and laundry facilities. Additional amenities include a camp store, a snack bar, and propane. For recreation, campers get access to a pool, a mini-golf course, and a playground for kids.

Exploring the Area

Rhode Island is a small state, so you’ll be able to visit whichever attractions you find interesting while camping in an RV in Providence. The Museum of Natural History and Planetarium is worth checking out whenever you’re in Providence. The fascinating museum is home to more than 250,000 objects, including ethnographic objects, archeological artifacts, and preserved plants and animals.

If you’re a food lover, you’ll have an amazing gastronomical experience in Providence. To put into context just how food is taken seriously in Providence, there is even a museum related to food. The Culinary Arts Museum is every foodie’s dream. The museum has a vast collection of cookbooks, culinary tools, and even vintage menus.

Interested in seeing one of America’s oldest zoos? Point your campervan towards the Roger Williams Park Zoo. The zoo has more than 100 species of animals that are housed in natural settings. The park’s diverse collection of animal ranges from African elephants to moon bears and snow leopards. Visitors can interact with a couple of farm animals as well as get up close with giraffes and harbor seals. Don’t leave without getting a camel ride; it's a memory you will treasure forever.

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