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Discover Yorktown, VA

For history lovers, Yorktown is perhaps the most historically significant town in the entire country as it was the location of the most crucial battle of the Revolutionary War where independence was essentially won by the Americans. This unique little town is part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia, along with Williamsburg and Jamestown, both historically important in their own right.

About halfway from Richmond and Virginia Beach, Yorktown has a small number of full-time residents, and primarily serves as a heritage tourism destination for Americans and international visitors. Yorktown Village is the focal point of the small town and holds most of the small businesses. A hotel, some restaurants, pubs, churches, and other small buildings line Water Street, which is one of the main arteries to and from Yorktown. The Yorktown beaches that run alongside Water Street are popular, especially during the summer months. Plunging in the refreshing waters of the York River and Chesapeake Bay while watching the boats travel by is one of the many things to do when you book an RV in Yorktown and revel in the magic and heritage that helped shape America as we know it.

Explore the Outdoors

Yorktown is quaint and cozy, and somehow finds a way to pack all the necessities into a small area. Chief among those necessities are the lovely parks that provide visitors with the space to engage in recreational activities or enjoy the views of the water. Back Creek Park has a boat launch facility, a few picnic areas, and six tennis courts that allow tennis players to play at night under the bright lights. Kiln Creek Park has other facilities like a baseball complex, soccer fields, and some basketball courts in case you feel up for some exercise. The Wetlands Interpretive Sanctuary for Education (WISE) is a two-mile stretch of wetlands and a tranquil walking path that runs parallel to the habitat. WISE is part of Charles Brown Park which is yet another fabulous spot full of walking paths and picnic areas.

When you leave town in your Yorktown RV rental, many incredible outdoors areas will immediately become available to you. Newport News Park, located in the northern parts of Newport News, is the largest park in the area with 8,026 acres. Thirty miles of trails dodge and weave through the park where part of the Battle of Yorktown once occurred, and a bevy of campsites of all different types can be found there as well. The Discovery Area within the park welcomes visitors and engages them with wonderful exhibits and artifacts from the War for Independence and the Civil War. You can also fly model airplanes at the park’s designated flight area or play disc golf on the highly rated 18-hole course.

Plum Tree Island National Wildlife Refuge is another fantastic place to see when you rent an RV in Yorktown; only 200 of the refuge’s 3,501 acres are open to the public, however, due to unexploded bombs in the wetlands that were once used as bombing ranges for the US government. Driving just a little bit past Plum Tree Island in your Yorktown camper rental and you will hit Grandview Nature Preserve, a fantastic place to observe migratory birds or look out onto the gorgeous Chesapeake Bay. These protected tidal creeks, salt marshes, and sandy beaches are crucial to the local ecosystem.

Don’t let the name discourage you, Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is yet another marvelous destination of environmental importance worth visiting in your Yorktown motorhome rental by owner. This fascinating area was once home to escaped slaves living in independent communities away from civilization. The 112,000-acre habitat is great for hiking, photography, birdwatching, boating, and fishing. If you are feeling particularly adventurous, take your Yorktown camper rental to Shenandoah National Park in western Virginia to see the world-famous Skyline Drive that carves through the Blue Ridge Mountains, giving travelers the ride of a lifetime.

City Sightseeing

Virginia is home to one of the very first European colonies, and throughout the state, old architecture from the 17th and 18th century can be found. Particularly in the Historic Triangle, exciting memorials and noteworthy sites can be seen, like the ruins of Jamestown Colony, the first permanent settlement established by the British Empire. Most visitors to Yorktown are there to explore the past and find out for themselves what really took place over when the US went from a ragtag group of rebels to a full-fledged country.

The Yorktown Battlefield is hallowed ground that can be seen, with informative tours and a helpful short orientation film that helps paint a picture for a better understanding of the crucial battle. A museum gift shop on site is a great place to pick up a few souvenirs, too. The Yorktown Victory Monument is another work of art you can see when you rent an RV in Yorktown. This marble masterpiece is 98 feet tall in total when you include the statue at the top, which has been struck by lightning numerous times.

The American Revolution Museum at Yorktown is the next stop on the history tour of Yorktown, and well worth the visit. This living, breathing, outdoors museum is full of exciting exhibits and artifacts, with actors and actresses displaying what life was like when the first settlers reached the shores of Virginia hundreds of years ago. Don’t forget a visit to the Riverwalk and the Yorktown Beach for when you just want a relaxing day enjoying the great outdoors.

RV Parks to Visit

Yorktown itself is quite small, but due to its popularity as a tourism destination, you’ll find that it is quite easy to locate a place to stay overnight when you rent an RV. Anvil Campground is close to Williamsburg and Busch Gardens, making it a convenient place to stay if you enjoy bigger cities or roller coasters.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Gloucester Point is a decent park for families with small children. The famed bear mascots greet all who enter the campground, where a waterpark awaits. Williamsburg/Busch Gardens KOA Campground is known for its amenities. You can take a dip in the large pool during the summer season or rent bikes to ride to nearby Busch Gardens. Newport News Park, mentioned before, is a well-known campground that accommodates those with recreational RVs, so you won’t have to worry when you look for a place to set up camp with your Yorktown rental RV.

RV Rentals in Yorktown, VA

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

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

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Nearby to Yorktown 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, Catoctin Mountain Park, and Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Belle Isle Trail Richmond Virginia
Pocahontas State Park Trail Chesterfield Virginia
A and C Trails Williamsburg Virginia
James River North Bank and Buttermilk Loop Trail Richmond Virginia
Rappahannock River Trail Fredericksburg Virginia
Indian River Park Trail Chesapeake Virginia
Cape Henry Trail Virginia Beach Virginia
Calvert Cliffs Red and Orange Loop Trail Lusby Maryland
Mariners' Museum Park Trails Newport News Virginia
Backbone Trail Williamsburg Virginia

Nearby Campgrounds

Davis Lakes Campground

campground Suffolk, VA
Davis Lakes Campground is the perfect spot to enjoy your Virginia vacation. Historic Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach are all nearby. The lure of the open road and the comforts of home come together when you're traveling in a recreational vehicle, or RV. Davis Lakes Campground offers the chance to enjoy the unspoiled, unhurried outdoors, in what many call the "BEST" location in Hampton Roads! They invite their guests to spend this summer and fall at the Campground and experience this exceptional vacation paradise with endless things to do, like great restaurants, museums, parks and near-by historical Towns to explore. All of the sites offer gravel pads, full hook-ups, pull-thru capability, and 30/50 AMP electrical service. Recreational facilities include Davis Lakes, boating, boat rentals, corn hole, outdoor games, and swimming. Campground facilities include ice, laundry, LP gas by the gallon, restroom.bathhouse, and cable. Davis Lakes Campgrounds offers a peaceful, serene, and scenic home away from home.

Outdoor Resorts Virginia Beach

campground Virginia Beach, VA
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.

Sandbridge Beach

attraction 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.

The Colonies RV and Travel Park

campground Portsmouth, VA
Travelers know what other travelers want and if you are looking for an exceptional camping experience at an affordable price, check out The Colonies RV and Travel Park in Portsmouth, Virginia. This park is owned and operated by a couple who spent much of their lives traveling the country in an RV and make it their goal to share a remarkable vacation destination with guests of all ages. The Colonial RV and Travel Park makes camping an educational experience. You can learn about the history of the original Colonies while you are there and take in all of the historical sights. They offer full service RV hookups, a camp store loaded with goodies, and easy access to the water ways of the area. This campground is surrounded by water on three sides so you can fish, swim, or take your boat out. The staff welcome guests with open arms and will do what they can to make your stay perfect.

Indian Cove Resort

campground Virginia Beach, VA
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.

First Landing State Park

attraction Virginia Beach, VA
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.

Virginia Aquarium

attraction Virginia Beach, VA
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.

Living Museum

attraction Newport News, VA
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.

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