Virginia Beach, VA RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Virginia Beach, VA
My family and I had a wonderful vacation, we enjoyed staying in the camper and felt right at home!
Staci made this a great adventure. She was very accommodating with her time, demonstrating every feature of the RV, and then riding along for a driving / parking lesson. A...
Emily and her husband were great to work with! Wonderful communication, very accommodating, and extremely helpful. The RV was comfortable and a great 2 night home for my 4...
Michelle was friendly and helpful. She was available to us 24/7, if needed. She communicated the working operations for the RV in a way we could understand and remember. I...
Jacob was great work with, he even delivered the RV to me. The RV was real nice and clean would not hesitate to rent from him again.We had a awesome time!
Jake was easy to work with, and helpful, and his RV is amazing. I highly recommend renting from him!
Information About Virginia Beach, VA
If you want to enjoy the seaside in a calm environment, come here where the fun is easy to find. Beautiful beaches await, nearby boardwalks offer plenty of quality restaurants and nightlife. For the adventurer you can go sea kayaking and discover miles of hiking trails that will take you into unusual habitats. For golf enthusiasts there are many popular courses to explore. You can find something for the kids, take them to the amusement rides near the boardwalk or the celebrated Virginia Aquarium. Virginia makes for a great vacation spot year round! Enjoy this great camping location in a RV rental from a Outdoorsy owner.
RVs for Rent Near Virginia Beach, VA
RV Rentals in Counties Near Virginia Beach, VA
New Castle County, DE377 RV Rentals
Sussex County, DE155 RV Rentals
Kent County, DE278 RV Rentals
Talbot County, MD293 RV Rentals
Carroll County, MD343 RV Rentals
Anne Arundel County, MD354 RV Rentals
Charles County, MD275 RV Rentals
Montgomery County, MD322 RV Rentals
Somerset County, MD197 RV Rentals
Popular parks near Virginia Beach, VA
Shenandoah National Park220 RV Rentals
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park298 RV Rentals
Great Falls Park318 RV Rentals
George Washington Memorial Parkway320 RV Rentals
Manassas National Battlefield Park263 RV Rentals
Patapsco Valley State Park353 RV Rentals
Fort Hunt National Park284 RV Rentals
Monocacy National Battlefield317 RV Rentals
Petersburg National Battlefield157 RV Rentals
Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|Cape Henry Trail||Virginia Beach||Virginia|
|Belle Isle Trail||Richmond||Virginia|
|Pocahontas State Park Trail||Chesterfield||Virginia|
|Mariners' Museum Park Trails||Newport News||Virginia|
|Indian River Park Trail||Chesapeake||Virginia|
|A and C Trails||Williamsburg||Virginia|
|James River North Bank and Buttermilk Loop Trail||Richmond||Virginia|
|Beaver Lake Trail||Chesterfield||Virginia|
|Dutch Gap Conservancy Path||Chester||Virginia|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Virginia Beach, VA
You'll find 5 miles of beautiful shoreline, where you can fish on the beach close to the pier or on the bay. You can surf, take in the sun, enjoy fresh seafood, Italian, Chinese, and have some frozen yogurt or ice-cream. Only 3 miles from the beach is the Hell?s point golf course.
Kick back and relax, the grounds are clean well and kept. After a day of fishing or wildlife viewing, enjoy a dip in one of the 3 pools, there?s an off-leash fenced area. Close to great shopping and beaches, such as the Sandbridge Beach. Easy access in any size RV rental.
The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, Virginia, is a unique collection of natural wonders of the region that's not to be missed. Originally opened in 1966 as the Junior Nature Museum and Planetarium, the facility has expanded over the years to what it is today, and has been renamed the Virginia Living Museum. The first living museum east of the Mississippi, it combines the elements of a native wildlife park, a science museum, aquarium, botanical preserve and planetarium, and is a leader in its use of native wildlife to present a message of knowledge, awareness and pure appreciation of the living world around us. A visit to the museum is an encounter with more habitats, wildlife and plant species than would otherwise be encountered in a lifetime of outdoor adventures in Virginia. The exhibits showcase all of the state?s regions from the upland coves of the Appalachian Mountains to the caves, swamps and fossil banks of Virginia, and feature over 240 different animal species.
Known as one of the best aquariums in the country, at the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center you can experience hands-on exhibits, nature trails and marshlands. The aquarium is comprised of two main exhibits the Bay and Ocean Pavilion and the Marsh Pavilion. The two are connected by a one-third mile nature trail running close to the Owls Creek Salt Marsh. There are more than 12,000 animals representing over 700 species. Check out the Adventure Park, where you can zip line and be within the canopies above the Owls Creek forests, and much more.
You'll hear the sounds of the Atlantic Ocean, which just happens to be across the street. This friendly RV resort offers luxuries such as a sauna, fitness room, tennis court and basketball court. Nearby attractions include many pristine beaches and state parks, the Atlantic Fun Park, Busch Gardens, and so many more attractions that you'll want to extend your stay. Fun family RV rental destination.
A national natural and historic landmark, Firstlanding, as its name implies was were the English colonialist first landed in 1607. Many have traversed its waters such as the settlers, Native Americans, Blackbeard and other pirates, and the Union and Confederate army during the Civil War. The park is found within urban Virginia Beach and it has 20 miles of trail and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay beach shore. Within the trails you'll find many unique habitats such as the bald cypress swamps, maritime forests and lagoons. Try your hand at swimming (at your own risk since there are no lifeguards!), fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and crabbing in the Chesapeake Bay. If you want a break from the water hit the trails, where you'll find breathtaking views, you can take a guided tour, or get your heart rate going as you bike, jog or walk. Take a picnic near your RV rental site, and enjoy the views.
Newport News Park Campground in Newport News, Virginia, is definitely one of the largest municipal parks east of the Mississippi, and is home to a large variety of native wildlife from deer to foxes, otters, raccoons, and beaver. The park consists of over 7,000 acres of woodlands, meadows, and lakes - all of which make this beautiful piece of real estate a prime area for camping and enjoying all that nature has to offer. Added to this natural bounty is the fact that the RV park is within easy reach of nearby attractions and activities. The campground consists of 188 sites and, although there are no pull throughs, the paved sites do have 30 and 50 amp electrical hookups, plus water and picnic tables. The park also has hot showers, flush toilets, a laundry, 24 hour security, a store for camping supplies, is pet and family friendly, and has a boat ramp for water users. The park also has many hiking and biking trails.
The Elk's Lodge is a group facility that has been around for decades and works to support communities and youth program. If you plan to go on an RV camping trip, pull into Elk's Lodge #38 and help support a good cause. Elk's Lodge #38 is located in Norfolk, Virginia and the campground is open to the public. While you are there, become a member and take advantage of the many benefits they offer. At Elk's Lodge #38, you can enjoy an RV camping trip that is close to the city. There are many attractions available and you can even see the largest naval station in the world while visiting. The RV park offers full service hookups and has a pool for guests to swim in. The park is clean and offers plenty of space for kids and animals to run around. The Elk's Lodge provides an inexpensive place to camp so you can spend more time and money visiting the city.
Dumpstations around Virginia Beach, VA
Holiday Rambler, Keystone, Certified Techs (SR) (D)
Northbound, Southbound, 50 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap, Jun 2014: Parked overnight fine with other trucks and campers. July 2012: PARKED OVERNIGHT JULY 2012. Parked our travel trailer with generator running next to semis that had generators running for the AC. Would stay overnight here again. Bathrooms clean, open all night long, lots of space to park, well used.(R)
Chassis repair, Sprinter Dealer (D)
11 truck parking spaces, Southbound, Northbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Tourist Information, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins (R)
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Cruiser RV, Dutchmen, Keystone (D)
International, Sales Dept. Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Parts Dept Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Service Dept Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Services Offered Parts only, No Warranty Services Offered, Fleet Charge Accepted: No (D)
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