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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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Vermont is a state full of exploration opportunities, with world-class restaurants located in tiny towns, ski hills nestled down back roads, and an inviting atmosphere that makes you want to drive down a random road just to see what’s there. If you’re a fan of craft beer, Vermont has the most microbreweries per capita, so you’re sure to stumble upon a few if you just take a look around.
Vermont also has some world-class camping and is a favorite among vacationers in New England. If you’re renting an RV in southern Vermont, Pine Hollow Campground is one of the best options. Pine Hollow Campground is packed with great amenities, including water and electrical hookups, or full hookups if that’s what you need for your RV rental. The campground's pull-through sites have enough space for even the largest rental RVs, and WiFi and cable TV are offered at every one of them. If you don’t want to burden your RV with your morning routine, the park also has bathrooms and hot showers available.
There are plenty of activities to participate in when you’re RV camping at Pine Hollow Campground too. Catch-and-release fishing is available in the nearby pond, or you can rent a paddleboat to get out on the water. Feel like getting together with some friends? How about some horseshoes or shuffleboard in the park’s game area?
Camping with an RV at Pine Hollow Campground also strikes the perfect balance between urban and rural attractions. Tucked into the Green Mountains, the campground has spectacularly beautiful surroundings and loads of outdoor activities to participate in, but it’s also just a short drive away from communities like Bennington and Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Perhaps the best way to get outside when you choose a camper rental near Pine Hollow Campground is to hit the Molly Stark Trail (also known as Route 9), a 40-mile scenic drive between Bennington and Brattleboro. It’s particularly popular during the fall when colorful leaves grace the sides of the highway. To get out and stretch your legs, consider taking a short hike from Molly Stark State Park. A fairly easy one-mile-long trail goes up to the Mount Olga Fire Tower and has some excellent views of the Green Mountains.
When you book an RV in Bennington County, you can go on a scenic scavenger hunt for southern Vermont’s covered bridges; there are over a dozen of them in Bennington and Wingham counties. Few things are quite as Instagram-able as a covered bridge flanked by gold and orange leaves, so be sure to take this trip later in the year, if you can.
For a truly adventurous hiking experience, consider some section hiking on Vermont’s famed Long Trail. The oldest long-distance trail in America, it stretches for over 200 miles, from the Massachusetts border near Williamstown, all the way up to the Canadian border near Troy. The southern section passes just a few miles to the east when you’re camping at Pine Hollow Campground, and doesn’t involve as much elevation gain as the northern sections near Burlington.
Pownal is the closest town to Pine Hollow Campground, but it’s quite small, and for any sort of attractions, you’ll need to go a little farther north to Bennington. Fortunately, Bennington has a lot to offer as the hub of southeast Vermont’s tourist scene and the home of Bennington College and Southern Vermont College. It has a decidedly hippie vibe (as much of Vermont does), with cute downtown shops, quirky (and delicious) eateries, and several art galleries to peruse.
To learn more about Vermont’s history, and it is a fascinating one (fun fact: Vermont was an independent country for about 15 years starting in 1977), check out the Bennington Museum on the west end of town. It features an extensive collection of artwork from the Colonial era through the present, and the largest collection of works from Grandma Moses, the mid-century folk artist who started painting when she nearly 80 years old. The museum also has some interesting exhibits focused on the industry in southern Vermont and the Battle of Bennington from the Revolutionary War.
One of the bests “hidden gems” to explore when you get a rental motorhome near Pine Hollow Campground, especially if you’ve got kids coming along for the trip, is the Dollhouse and Toy Museum of Vermont. Centrally located in downtown Bennington, the museum contains an extensive collection of dollhouses, organized by architectural style, model trains and cars, and early to mid-20th-century puppets. It’s a heartwarming look back at all the things that made childhood magical.