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Are you looking to combine amazing nature with fascinating history, all while having an as exciting or relaxing vacation as you’d like? Then, you should consider RV camping at Prince William Forest RV Campground. You see, you’ll be staying just by Prince William Forest Park, you’ll be close to the majestic Potomac River, as well as places like Quantico Marine Base, Potomac Mills Mall, and even the White House. The RV park is located in the charming town of Montclair, and you’ll also be able to visit Woodlea, Minnieville, and Fredericksburg, as well as Manassas Battlefield, and - of course - Washington DC. Not too shabby at all.
Once at your rental motorhome at Prince William Forest RV Campground, though, you’ll have no idea that the big world outside is so close, or that it even exists at all. Here you’ll find the tranquility you’ve been longing for, and if the rest of the family doesn’t feel the same way, just point them in the direction of the playground, or perhaps the swimming pool, or maybe the giant chessboard. Hopefully, you won’t be asked to go and play all too often.
Your RV rental will have a good time camping at Prince William Forest RV Campground as well; there are full hookups, and 20, 30, and 50 amp service to choose from. There’s also space for a single car by the RV site, and big rigs are more than welcome at this Dumfries campground. You’ll have no problem doing your laundry on-site, and there are also heated restrooms with showers. How’s that for comfort and convenience.
Since you can’t get an RV rental near Prince William Forest RV Campground without paying a visit to the park itself, you’d better start off by hiking through this ecosystem built up by over 900 plant species (see if you can count at least 20). You could also learn a bit about the history of the forest, from prehistoric times to the Civil War and onward. If you happen to be around for the Heritage Day then that’s great; otherwise, you can search for the old remnants of settlements - perhaps while doing some orienteering.
The Potomac River is so wide that you might think that you’re actually by the ocean when arriving at Leesylvania State Park, but you’re not. That doesn’t mean you can’t do some boating and fishing, of course. There’s also hiking, swimming, and picnicking on the menu for anyone who spends some time by these tidal shores - and don’t you forget about the history of the place. Native Americans have lived here for thousands of years, and John Smith made an appearance or two on his voyage of discovery.
If you can stand to spend some more time by the water, steer your Montclair camper rental toward Fountainhead Regional Park, and continue all the adventurous fun in this beautiful forest. Follow the trails, both on land and on the water, or challenge everyone for a game of mini-golf - loser gets the snacks from the snack bar for a lovely picnic. There are also several trails for mountain biking, all on different levels of difficulty, so you’ll have no problem finding one that fits you perfectly.
Fredericksburg, you cannot miss the lovely city of Fredericksburg, VA, when you book an RV in Fauquier County. Wandering around this place, you’ll see history everywhere you look, and there are many a tour that will take you even deeper into the past of this fascinating area. Walk the African American Heritage Trail, have a look at the Chancellorsville Battlefield, or lighten things up with a visit to an adventure park or a distillery - or you can combine the two with some adventure brewing. You can also show off your skating skills, so there’s something for the whole family.
If you all of a sudden realize that you haven’t bought any gifts for friends and family (or perhaps for yourself), take your Dumfries camper rental to Potomac Mills, a place that won’t disappoint the avid shopper. Choose between what seems like hundreds of stores, or sit down for a quick meal at one of the food places in this mall. Just be careful not to buy too much, or you won’t be able to bring it all back with you.
If you’re still hungry, there’s food in Montclair - search for a travel trailer rental in Fauquier County, Virginia, right now and start planning your visit.