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Discover Stafford, VA

Stafford, Virginia sits along the I-95 corridor in the northeastern portion of the state. It’s a bit south of Quantico, home to the FBI’s headquarters, and north of Fredericksburg. A relatively small town given its proximity to Washington, DC and the surrounding region, it is a perfect location from which to go and visit a variety of destinations, including the Potomac River, Virginia Beach, and even Crow’s Nest Natural Area Preserve near Brooke. While it may not be an exceptionally large destination as far as population is concerned, it has an interesting history. It was in this area back on April 13, 1613, that English see Captain Samuel Argo abducted Pocahontas, a story has gained cultural standing. When you book one of the RV rentals in Stafford, you’ll be in a great place to explore nature and history.

The Great Outdoors

If you enjoy getting outside and going for a nice leisurely stroll through nature, Patawomeck Park in Stafford would be a good place to check out. The scenery is splendid, but it’s relatively small as far as hiking parks are concerned. Once you get past the ballfields you can spend a good hour or so checking out nature and the scenery. It’s a clean park with restrooms and picnic tables and a great place to stop with an RV rental in Stafford. If you have small children you can also enjoy some playground equipment within the park.

If history is something you enjoy, especially Civil War history, check out the Stafford Civil War Park. There are some excellent exhibits that are descriptive and provide a great deal of information. Spend some time strolling the grounds and you will likely get a good sense of what it had been like during this difficult time for the United States. For history buffs who are planning a trip with a motorhome rental in Stafford, this is certainly a place to consider putting on your must-stop list.

A favorite walking destination here is Government Island. It’s a hidden gem that provides some seclusion and a nice, well-maintained trail. It’s a great stop for individuals, couples, and even families with small children. There are some interesting painted rocks that the kids can seek out and enjoy, which offers a bit of quirky fun for the little ones.

Not too far away, in Fredricksburg, you can find Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park. Spending just a few moments here and you might truly realize how much of this country’s rich and storied history you’ve forgotten. There is a major Civil War battleground in Fredericksburg and nearby is where President Lincoln revealed the Emancipation Proclamation. You can spend several hours here and still feel it wasn’t enough.

RV Parks

When you book a camper rental in Stafford, VA, there are a few RV parks where you can set up camp, one of them right in the heart of Stafford itself. That would be Aquia Pines Camp Resort. Pets are allowed here and there is a pool. The resort also offers sewer, water, and electric hookups rated at 50 amps. It sits in the middle of the woods, close to Quantico base.

If you want to head a bit farther away from Washington, DC with the Stafford camper rental, you might want to check out Wilderness Presidential Resort in Spotsylvania Courthouse. The resort has full hookup options including water, sewer, and 30 amp electric. They also offer Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. They have a rec room, recreational trails, a pool, and playgrounds for the children.

On the north side of Quantico, you will find Prince William Forest RV Campground. Here you’ll find pull-through sites and full hookups as well as Wi-Fi. It’s heavily wooded and sits right up next to Prince William Forest Park near Quantico. The park has a pool area, bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.

Exploring the City

If you want to enjoy your RV trailer rental in Stafford, check out the local winery, offering simple dining, live music, a ladies night, and a wine tasting room. You can even take a tour to see what goes on behind the scenes. For avid golfers and even weekend warriors, the golf course is a decent stop. It’s open all year round.

Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont is an interesting destination for those who have a penchant for fine arts. Home of a world-famous portraitist and Impressionist painter during the early 1900s until his death in 1932, this museum offers a great look at how the artist lived, the types of furnishings from those days, and some of the art that made him famous.

RV Rentals in Stafford, VA

Stafford, VA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Stafford. Outdoorsy's Stafford RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Stafford are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, Lehigh Gorge State Park, and Catoctin Mountain Park.

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What's around Stafford, VA

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Maryland Heights Loop Harpers Ferry West Virginia
Billy Goat Trail Loop Potomac Maryland
Sugarloaf Mountain and Northern Peaks Trail Dickerson Maryland
Avalon Loop Trail Baltimore Maryland
Annapolis Rock Trail Boonsboro Maryland
Old Rag Mountain Loop Trail Syria Virginia
Cascade Falls and Rootball Loop Trail [CLOSED] Elkridge Maryland
White Oak Canyon and Cedar Run Trails Syria Virginia
Scott's Run Nature Preserve Trail McLean Virginia
Great Falls Loop Trail McLean Virginia

Nearby Campgrounds

Fort Belvoir Travel Camp

campground Fort Belvoir, VA
Fort Belvoir Travel Camp offers 52 fully loaded 40 foot RV camping spaces available Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring for grilling and campfires and a stunning view of the Potomac River. Castle Park, two fishing piers and Accotink Wildlife Refuge hiking trails are all within walking distance from the campground. Outdoor Recreation offers additional services to include: firewood, bait, ice, ice cream, equipment rental, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and boating.Fort Belvoir offers a convenient location in the Virginia countryside 12.7 miles south of Alexandria. They feature pull through sites and big rig access. The Campground is a perfect location to relax and enjoy a natural setting before heading out to Alexandria for the day. You will enjoy the peace and serenity of the Campground after a busy day of activities.

Lake Fairfax Campgrounds

campground Reston, VA
A very popular community park book your site early for your RV rental trip. Lots of fun for the family this park has all the fun you need in an affordable package. Most of the RV sites are in the open and easy to access in your RV rental


attraction Washington, DC
If you have ever dreamed of learning everything about anything, check out the Smithsonian in Washington, District of Columbia. The Smithsonian is the epicenter of art, science, historical artifacts, and American ingenuity and you will get to experience it all when you visit. There are 19 museum buildings and 9 research centers that make up the Smithsonian, and all of them will welcome you like an honored guest. At the Smithsonian, kids can participate in hands on science and activities while parents learn about the more complex systems of America. You will get to learn about history and explore famous Apollo space stations. You can even walk around the comprehensive zoo and learn about the exotic animals of the world. Everyone should experience the Smithsonian at least once in their life and you will have an amazing time while you are there. There are so many things to see and do that it will probably take you a couple of days to experience it all.

Wheaton Regional Park

attraction Silver Spring, MD
Within its 536 acres, you can jog, bike, go horseback riding, have a picnic, fish, ice- skate, play ball or check out the Botanical Garden, at the Brookside Gardens' grounds and conservatory. You could also participate in a nature program and learn about the surroundings.

Kings Dominion

campground Doswell, VA
Sleep in style after riding the amazing coasters at Kings Dominion. This RV park and campground is a Richmond favorite and staying here in a RV rental will allow the family to have a blast without breaking the bank. Kings Dominion Campground is easy to navigate and will make even novice RVers look like pros on the road.

The National Zoo

attraction Washington, DC
The zoo is home to over 1,800 animals from 300 different species. The most famous residents are the giant pandas, but you can also visit the great apes, big cats, Asian elephants, amphibians, reptiles, birds and others. Make sure to visit the Think Tank exhibition, which educates visitors about animals? complex cognitive abilities, you can learn how orangutans think and how they use memory to make decisions. There are plenty of other exhibitions where you can get up close to the animal keepers and meet the residents of the zoo.

Gateway to NOAA

attraction Silver Spring, MD
For the weather nerd NOAA offers interactive and dynamic interactions where you can learn more about how the weather works, climate science, ocean science and conservation. But with its beautiful and detailed imagery, many multimedia presentations, and amazing artifacts anyone can learn about the ocean and the atmosphere.

Cherry Hill Park

campground College Park, MD
Cherry Hill Park is a family owned and operated RV resort with traditional values and modern amenities. They are located in College Park, Maryland 19..5v miles from Rockville. Cherry HillPark is also the closest RV park and campground to Washington D.C. and they strive to provide the best camping experience for our guests.The Gurevich's have been serving campers in the D.C for over five generations. It started out in the 1920's as Cherry Hill Poultry Farm and allowed travelers to set up camp behind the general store. Over the years facilities improved and as World War II ended, in response to a housing shortage in the area, the farm was converted to Cherry Hill Mobile Home Village for local citizens. As highways improved and more people began to travel for leisure, the Gurevich's noticed the need for a great location for people to stay while visiting the area and thus developed Cherry Hill Campcity. The most current iteration of the campground came about as a total revamp to the park in the 1980's in order to accommodate bigger and better RV's. Built one mile away from the original farm, Cherry Hill Park officially opened in October 7, 1989.

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