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Just south of Providence, Rhode Island sits Warwick. This part of New England is about 60 miles south of Bunker Hill in Boston. It’s a short drive over to Cape Cod and the Cape Cod National Seashore when one heads up toward Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Warwick was established in 1642 by Samuel Gorton and has seen its share of rich American history. It was home to General Nathanael Greene, who was George Washington’s second in command at times during the Revolutionary War, as well as General George S. Greene, who was a significant hero in the Battle of Gettysburg. It is a short drive away from Burlingame State Park in Charlestown.

When you search for an RV in Warwick, you will be effectively immersed in the rich American history throughout New England.

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The Great Outdoors

Outdoor enthusiasts will probably want to check out all that nature has to offer in and around Warwick, Rhode Island. When you have an RV rental in Warwick, you’ll be near one of the last few working farms in the entire state. You can buy fruits and vegetables in season as well as flowers, enjoy the horses, and in the fall, enjoy a corn maze. The family owned and operated farm offers a great selection in season.

Rocky Point State Park sits along the Narragansett Bay and is a peaceful break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. When you enjoy a motorhome rental in Warwick, it doesn’t matter what time of the year it is, you can still enjoy this beautiful park. It isn’t big so guiding an RV into this area during the peak summer season could be a bit of a challenge, though it might be worth a little bit of hassle as this place offers breathtaking views any time of the year.

RV Parks

Enjoying a camper rental in Warwick is great, and you can find quite a few places to park it nearby.

Melville Ponds Campground is 30 miles from Warwick, near Narragansett Bay. RV sites have full hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, and access to Wi-Fi and cable TV. Some sites offer pull-through access.

Wawaloam Campground, in West Kingston, offers sites with full hookups and it has big rig access. The park is pet-friendly and also provides restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a camp store, and propane is available. During the summer, it has a pool and there is a playground for children.

Fort Getty Park in Jamestown is another option. It offers RV sites and big rig access. Electric and water hookups are available and the park also has restrooms and showers on site and there are fishing opportunities.

Waters Edge Campground, in Coventry, has sites that offer big rig and pull-through access and is pet-and kid-friendly. Electric and water hookups are also available.

Exploring the City

The local blueberry farm is a great place to visit in season. You can pick your own blueberries when they are ripe, but keep in mind this is only ideal during certain times of the year. It is a fun local experience you can enjoy when you rent an RV in Warwick.

Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum is a marvelous experience. There are many stories to tell about this house and its history. It has all of the original furnishings, including couches and chairs all the way down to the fine china that was originally used by its original residents. When you book a motorhome rental near Warwick, especially if you visit here during certain times a year, such as the holidays, you could be in for a special treat with the seasonal decor that the mansion has on display.

There is much to see, do, and enjoy in and around Warwick as well as the rest of Rhode Island. Cape Cod is definitely worth a visit, especially during the summer months, and over the border into Connecticut, you can check out the casinos for a bit of fun. There’s also a casino north of Providence, near Lincoln.

Gordon City Center in Cranston, not too far away from Warwick, is a shopping center and neighborhood that provides a rich atmosphere and can give you a dose of culture while in the area with the Warwick camper rental. There are fine dining establishments, plenty of shops, and a few activities where you can play and relax. You can also work out at one of the gyms, at least with a guest membership for a day or two.

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