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Situated on the shores of the Ohio River, just along the West Virginia-Ohio border, the community of Vienna has reigned over this portion of “Almost Heaven” since 1794. Vienna is part of the Parkersburg-Vienna-Marietta metropolitan area, which began to form after the construction of a railroad connecting the three communities. Whether you are looking to explore Appalachia, retreat to the lush forests of the eastern United States, or just enjoy running away from the world for a little while, the pleasant community of Vienna will be able to take care of whatever you need during your retreat from civilization.
When you reserve an RV rental in Vienna, you can leave the RV at the campground and explore the area thanks to local public transit. The Easy Rider bus service offers routes throughout the Parkersburg-Vienna metro area.
When you book an RV in Wood County, you will quickly feel immersed in the beauty that is West Virginia. In fact, West Virginia is the only state in the Appalachian region that is completely engulfed by the Appalachians. So, when you’re planning your next mountain hike, look to The Mountain State.
Just a short drive south of Vienna is the Blennerhassett Island Historical Park in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The island is located in the Ohio River and is home to a historical mansion, nature walks, and plenty of fishing opportunities. You’ll pick up a riverboat from Point Park in Parkersburg and be brought to this little hidden oasis. You can learn more about the history of the region by exploring the multiple floors of the mansion, now turned into a West Virginia history museum. You’ll also be able to enjoy the relatively untouched natural beauty of the island, as much of the island has been left to grow and thrive naturally. You can even take a horse-drawn carriage around the island to see even more.
A relatively easy drive northwest of Vienna is the Wayne National Forest in Stewart, Ohio. This wonderful day trip offers those who are looking to explore neighboring Ohio the perfect excuse to venture into The Buckeye State. With over 300 miles of hiking trails to explore, 38 of which are the North Country Trail ideal for backpackers, there is a trail available for everyone’s hiking ability. If you’re looking to do some fishing, you can enjoy nearly 500 acres of access to various bodies of fresh water, including the Ohio River. You can even enjoy several of these bodies of water with various boating access points throughout the park.
For those looking for a day trip, you can head southwest to the Crown City Wildlife Area near Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Spanning both West Virginia and Ohio, this recreational wilderness welcomes visitors to explore the Appalachian foothills. Hunters can acquire the necessary permits and try their luck at whatever might be in season. If you’d rather enjoy the simpler things in life, you can hike the trails that wind through the area, challenge yourself on the hills, and explore as much of the 11,000 acres as possible.
There are a few places to stay with the motorhome rental near Vienna. Situated on the northern bank of the Ohio River near Blennerhassett Island Historical Park is the Blennerhassett RV Park. Guests can expect full hookup sites, laundry facilities, and access to the Ohio River. The RV park is also open year-round.
Northeast of town, also on the banks of another bend of the Ohio River, is the Landing’s Family Campground. At Landing’s, guests can expect their own grassy site, restroom and shower facilities, access to the Ohio River for fishing, and an on-site swimming pool.
When you plan to spend time in any this area, you might want to explore the local community. When you secure your Vienna RV rental by owner, you can explore the metropolitan area of Parkersburg-Vienna-Marietta. There is so much to learn about this unique pocket of the country that you are sure to walk away with some unforgettable memories.
Just south of Vienna is the Oil & Gas Museum. For those interested in the history of science and technology, a visit to the museum may be in order. With dioramas, artifacts, and a lot to learn, the Oil & Gas Museum is a truly unique way to spend an afternoon.
Those more interested in military history can visit the Veterans Museum – Mid Ohio Valley. You can learn the stories of the local veterans, view historical war memorabilia and weapons, and see uniforms from various eras of military history.
A little north of Vienna is the Henderson Hall. This historic home housed the Henderson family, friends of George Washington, for five generations. The large plantation-style home is filled with clothing, furniture, and artifacts from the family. Visitors to the property can even see military re-enactments, take tours, and maybe partake in a special event.
When you book a motorhome rental in Vienna, you may need to restock supplies and top off the fuel tank. There are plenty of options for grocery stores and gas stations in the area for anything you might need.
And when you rent an RV in West Virginia, it is almost a necessity to try one of the local delicacies: the pepperoni roll. This treat can rarely be found anywhere else. The soft white bread is baked with layers of pepperoni inside, and when it bakes, the flavor from the pepperoni soaks into the bread, creating a very savory treat.