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American Fork is a city located in the middle of the metropolitan area known as the Wasatch Front, in Utah. It manages to balance the charm of the small town that it once was with big city elements such as retail and a rich culture. Only a couple of minutes away, the neighboring town of Lehi can be found, and if you head south you’ll first reach Lindon with its many historical sites, and then slightly bigger Orem, filled with lovely city parks. Interstate 15 conveniently runs through the city, which means that larger cities such as Salt Lake City and Provo are an easy commute, so to rent an RV here will give you many exciting options.

If you get tired of the city life and want to experience some of Mother Nature’s finest work, American Fork has plenty to offer in that area too. It’s located between the great Utah Lake and the Wasatch Range, which gives the city a mix of amazing views of both the seaside and the mountains. If you rent a motorhome in American Fork, you can pick and choose between city, waterfront, and mountains every single day of your stay.

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The Great American Fork Outdoors

With your American Fork travel trailer rental as your main means of transport, there are several places around the city that you simply can’t miss. By Utah Lake, there’s the beachy American Fork Boat Harbor that offers activities all year round, from water skiing and kayaking to ice fishing and ice hockey. In the incredibly soft sand, you can bask in the sun and enjoy the amazing view of the mountains across the lake. There’s also a great selection of boats to rent if you want to make the seaside visit last the whole day.

Another must when getting an RV rental in American Fork, UT, is the wild Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, not too far away and one of the most frequently visited collections of forest areas in the country. There are miles and miles of fantastic trails for hiking, camping, and biking and even though it’s so popular, it’s easy to get away from the busier areas. The forest also includes a wide range of mountain peaks, such as Twin Peaks, Lone Peak, and Mount Timpanogos.

Mount Timpanogos offers not only great hiking trails with breathtaking views but also such diverse things as white mountain goats and a World War II bomber crash site. If the daredevil in you wants something a little more adventurous, this is one of Utah’s most popular climbing destinations. If that’s still not enough, there’s the Timpanogos Cave National Monument to explore; filled with colorful cave formations. The car seats, or better yet the bed in your RV rental near American Fork will probably seem quite inviting after your day of adventure.

RV Parks in American Fork

Even though there are multiple gas stations, there are relatively few options for parking RV rentals in American Fork, Utah, although it’s worth noting there is a Walmart that allows it. But don’t let the lack of options discourage you, because there are plenty of parks not far from the city. If you aren’t tired of the city life there’s Lakeside RV and Campground in Provo, under 15 miles from American Fork. It has both showers, restrooms, and hookups for water and electricity. There is shopping available nearby, but there’s also a convenience store at the campground.

Mountain Shadows RV Park, in the city of Draper, once famous for its eggs, is also about 15 miles away. Here you have Wi-Fi, and when you’ve had enough of technology, the park has its own library and jacuzzi at your service. There are plenty of grocery stores around, as well as pharmacies and RV service and repair shops.

If you don’t want to park your camper rental in American Fork but would rather be a little bit closer to nature and don’t mind a 40-minute drive, Mountain Valley RV Resort might be a good option to consider. It’s located in Heber City, right next to Wasatch Mountain State Park. If you want to relax, the resort has sites with full hookups and also offers a heated pool, Wi-Fi and a kitchen.

Exploring American Fork

If you want a break from nature’s fantastic scenery and feel like experiencing some culture, American Fork has a lot to offer. There’s the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) Museum, which reflects the pioneers that first came to what was to become American Fork. It features pioneer furniture, clothing, and other items. There are even some cabins that still have the original furniture.

For those who appreciate art, American Fork has its own Arts Institute. Here you can listen to the city’s own symphony or other local showbands -- unless their community theater is putting on a play -- and if you want to be more than just a spectator, the Institute has classes in traditional arts as well as exhibitions for everyone to enjoy.

If you happen to book an RV in American Fork during July, you can experience the city’s Steel Days. The Steel Days is an annual celebration of the Columbia Steel Mill that brought newcomers and fortune to the city. It lasts for over a week, and you’ll experience music, tournaments, and contests as well as a carnival and fireworks. There’s also a picnic for the hungry.

If the talk of picnics made you peckish, there are many great places to eat if you decide to park your luxury RV rental in American Fork. Whether you just want a quick burger or a juicy steak, it’s all right there. So are Chinese, Mexican, and Japanese cuisines all ready to be gobbled up.

For a great balance between city and country, between nature and culture, this city is a good destination to consider. Search for an RV rental in American Fork, and pack both your hiking boots and evening outfit.

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