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Are you planning an adventure with an RV in Virginia this vacation? If you’re ready to discover the breathtaking landscapes and outdoor activities in Caroline County, then you’ll first need to find a place to park your rental RV overnight. Hidden Acres Family Campground could be the perfect spot. It’s located less than an hour's drive from Richmond on State Highway 301, with an abundance of rivers, woodlands, and cultural sights just a short drive away.
On-site, this RV park provides plenty of entertainment; there are two playgrounds for the little campers as well as an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, and mini-golf course. For campers who like to keep active, the campground has basketball and volleyball courts where you can compete with your travel companions. You can also make use of the clubhouse, shuffleboard, and game room, or meet other travelers around a campfire. Running low on propane? No problem, you can fill up at the on-site station while you’re camping at Hidden Acres Family Campground.
You can begin your vacation with an RV rental by driving east to Westmoreland State Park on the edge of the Potomac River. This riverside state park is threaded with seven hiking trails, including a beach trail. While hiking, you can scout for fossilized shark teeth or look up into the treetops. The park is an excellent spot to see bald eagles, osprey, and other North American bird species. Next to the river, you can enjoy a summer picnic or launch a non-motorized vessel. At Westmoreland State Park, you’ll find a boathouse with paddleboards, canoes, and kayaks for rent.
Take your RV farther southeast from Hidden Acres Family Campground, and you’ll find yourself at Belle Isle State Park, located alongside the Rappahannock River. This is another scenic location for water sports and riverside picnicking, but this state park also hosts a number of special events throughout the year. Visit in the peak season, and you can take a wagon tour of the 18th-century Historic Belle Isle Mansion or listen to live concerts by the river. During the cooler months, there are organized trick-or-treat trails, harvest-themed family-friendly competitions, and nature programs for teenagers. Throughout the rest of the year, visitors can hike for up to ten miles in Belle Island State Park or search for marsh wildlife from a boardwalk. Belle Isle State Park is also one of the best spots to watch the sunset with RV rentals in Caroline County.
Another option is to take your campervan rental southwest to Powhatan State Park on the banks of the James River. The park is a natural hotspot for water sports, with three canoe launch sites and guided canoe tours available. The river offers gentle paddling in beautiful surroundings. There’s plenty to keep you busy on land too because the park is set up with eight miles of hiking trails, most of which are also open for horseback riding and cycling. The Gold Dust Trail, which leads to a splendid view above the James River, is one of the most popular routes. Powhatan State Park is a treat for nature lovers and photographers too. Meanwhile, the Turkey Trail is famous for its displays of wildflowers, and the rest of the park is a haven for warblers, woodpeckers, and many more bird species. Don’t forget to pack a pair of binoculars when you go camping at Hidden Acres Family Campground.
While you’re camping with an RV in Caroline County, you can also take a day or two to explore the surrounding area. The nearby town of Bowling Green is a picturesque place to start. The tree-lined streets are sprinkled with Victorian-era houses and colonial architecture. Aside from enjoying the buildings, you can stock up on cooking supplies and hiking snacks at the town’s grocery store or shop for trinkets at Bowling Green’s gifts and jewelry stores. Plus, you can find the most unique souvenirs in Bowling Green’s antique and collectible stores. This is also a pleasant spot to get a bite to eat on the return trip to your RV campground. Although small, the town offers a handful of diners and eateries, including Italian restaurants, grills, and fast food.
Those traveling with kids might also want to visit the nearby theme park which hosts over 200 rides. There’s everything from hair-raising roller coasters to stomach-churning drop towers and child-friendly rides. During the summer, you can cool off with a ride on the log flume and a bumpy trip along the rapids or let the kids play in the splash parks. Visit in the fall or winter, and the theme park will be decorated for spooky Halloween entertainment and festive winter fun. There’s something for travelers of all ages and something to do in all four seasons when you park your rental motorhome at Hidden Acres Family Campground.