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Adirondack Park, NY

187 RV rentals

Rugged mountains, lush boreal forests, tumbling waterfalls, and glassy lakes make Adirondack Park a wonderland for outdoor lovers. The park occupies roughly six million acres, making it one of the largest publicly protected areas in North America. In fact, its footprint is bigger than Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Everglades, and Glacier National Parks combined. The sprawling park was created in 1892 and quickly emerged as a beloved recreation area for locals and visitors alike. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the crisp mountain air, from hiking high-altitude trails to exploring scenic paddling routes.

Planning a road trip in the Empire State? Book an RV in Clinton County and gear up for an unforgettable adventure. When you choose one of the …

American Legion State Forest, CT

467 RV rentals

Laying on the banks of the Farmington River, American Legion State Forest is a hidden natural gem of Connecticut. It is located north of New Hartford and a 20-minute drive away from Torrington. This 893-acre park is famous for its trail system, as well as being an excellent canoeing destination for all outdoor enthusiasts interested in this activity. Dense forests, rocks, and cliffs create a perfect environment for a fun motorhome camping adventure.

American Legion State Forest has a fascinating history. The first 212 acres of land was a present from the American Legion in 1927. They wanted to teach the citizens about forest management often seen in Europe. The state of Connecticut called in the Civilian Conservation Corps, …

Ascutney State Park, NH

299 RV rentals

After you book an RV in Windsor County, head to Ascutney State Park to experience Vermont’s second-highest mountain peak. Mount Ascutney is located in the southern half of Vermont, near the border that the state shares with New Hampshire, about 40 miles north of Brattleboro. The park and mountain were originally thought to be named after a local settlement along the Sugar River, but it has been decided by local historians that the name instead has no known meaning.

Camping in an RV at Ascutney State Park is a fantastic way to visit the mountain, and it is believed that the mountain was home to the nation’s first public recreation trail, built-in 1825. The park offers many recreation …

Bash Bish Falls State Park, MA

417 RV rentals

Local Massachusetts lore says the origin of the name, Bash Bish Falls, comes from a story that occurred hundreds of years ago. A Mohican Native American was accused of committing adultery, for which the punishment was to be tied up inside a canoe and pushed over a waterfall. It’s unknown whether this event actually occurred, however.

Home to the highest waterfall in Massachusetts, Bash Bish Falls State Park is considered one of the most scenic - and dangerous - locations in the state. The top of Bash Bish Falls is extremely slippery, and there have been over 25 deaths since the 1970s from people attempting to jump from rock to rock. A handful of deaths were from drowning, also. As …

Bear Brook State Park, NH

349 RV rentals

The state of New Hampshire began buying land in the southeastern corner of the state in the early 1900s with the intent of preserving the region. The park remained undeveloped until the early 1930s when President Roosevelt began the now-famous New Deal program, in which unemployed young adults were put to work across the country. Called Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a cadre of New Hampshire residents built several outbuildings and structures in what would later become Bear Brook State Park and blazed several miles of trails.

Today, Bear Brook State Park is also the site of three museums: the Richard Diehl Civilian Corps Museums, which details some of the work they did in the state as well as displays photographs …

Beartown State Forest, MA

370 RV rentals

Beartown State Forest covers an area of over ten thousand acres, nearly two-hundred of which is given over to recreational parkland. This ancient deciduous forest is the perfect location for renting an RV and escaping the bustle of modern Massachuttes. The towns of Great Barrington, Tyringham, and Monterey are only a few minute's drive from the forest, making ideal places for those who are motorhome camping and wish to stock up on any last-minute supplies.

Beartown State Forest is a haven for an array of wildlife. This state forest offers visitors the chance to see deer, bobcat, fishers and of cause the black bear which gives the forest its name. During the summer months, the pristine Benedict Pond …

Bigelow Hollow State Park, CT

446 RV rentals

Exploring northern Connecticut will reward you with dense forests, gently rolling hills, and plenty of opportunities to enjoy both nature and decent-sized cities. Camping with an RV at Bigelow Hollow State Park is easy to do when you book an RV in Tolland County, one of the state’s northernmost counties. Bigelow Hollow State Park is part of one of the largest unbroken forest areas in Connecticut, a must-see destination for nature lovers.

The origins of the name of the park are unknown, but locals believe it may be derived from a reference to the deep hollow pond that is in the area. In total, the park covers over 500 acres and borders Nipmuck State Forest, which further increases the …

Black Rock State Park, CT

468 RV rentals

This state park is situated in the western portion of this New England state, near the small hamlet of Watertown. It lies a mere 30 miles from the border with New York. The nearest larger city is Waterbury, found less than 10 miles to the south, while the state's capital, Hartford, is less than 30 miles to the east.

This area is hilly, forested, and rather rural, which makes it quite a contradiction from the busy, populated areas located on the eastern side of the state. Activities available at Black Rock State Park include picnicking, camping, hiking trails, and swimming sites. The park offers both ponds and streams where fishing can be enjoyed as well. The Mattatuck …

Bomoseen State Park, VT

168 RV rentals

Bomoseen State Park is a classic example of the picturesque Vermont landscape. Three thousand five hundred seventy-six acres sprawl over low mountains covered with birch, maple, and oak trees and wide-open valleys. The way of life is slower in this part of Vermont. Friendships are savored along with a good cup of coffee, and the wildlife is cherished. Count yourself lucky if you catch a fleeting glimpse of a white-tailed deer bounding through the woods or a shy black bear poking his head out of the bushes warily. The park borders a few acres of wetlands as well as Lake Bomoseen, the largest lake that’s entirely inside Vermont’s borders.

Though Bomosteen is a pristine example of wilderness, it’s not an …

Bowman Lake State Park, NY

194 RV rentals

Bowman Lake State Park spreads out across 967-acres and is nestled among the scenic hills of Chenango County, New York. Known as a “camper's paradise," the remote state park is located west of Oxford in the town of McDonough. The park is open year-round and is easy to navigate in a motorhome rental thanks to its easy access and wide, well-paved roads.

The land that became Bowman Lake State Park was originally part of the region's reforestation lands, which the state acquired in 1929. Around 200 campsites were established around Bowman Lake in the early 1960s, and in 1966 the property officially opened as a state park. Book an RV in Chenango County and enjoy a relaxing retreat at Bowman …

Branbury State Park, VT

164 RV rentals

Branbury State Park is located in eastern Vermont, near the small community of Brandon, which lies only around 20 miles from the state border with New York. The nearest larger town is actually Ticonderoga, NY, which is around 25 miles to the west. The nearest real city is Montpelier, VT, at almost 60 miles to the northeast.

Branbury State Park sits on the eastern shores of the, fairly large, Lake Dunmore, very near the Green Mountain National Forest. This is a very rural, very scenic part of the country, comprised of forested lands and rolling hills. There are all sorts of ways to enjoy the great outdoors here. From hiking, camping, and water sports in the summer …

Brown Tract Pond Campground, NY

214 RV rentals

Brown Tract Pond Campground was first opened to the public in 1958 but has remained one of the Adirondack region's best-kept secrets. The campground is situated in a heavily wooded area on the eastern shore to the pond, where non-powered boats provide access to fishing and self-guided lake tours. It's also a good area for mountain bike riding; you can take your bike on the trails or on the nearby access roads. The hiking trails lead from the campground to several other lakes and two mountains. If you book an RV rental near Brown Tract Pond, you can also take a self-guided tour of the area's access roads.

Brown Tract Pond Campground is a short distance from the town …

Buck Pond Campground, NY

425 RV rentals

Buck Pond Campground is located on the shoreline of the similarly-named Buck Pond (to the campground's east) and is bordered to the north and west by Lake Kushaqua and the Kushaqua Narrows. Development of the campground was started in 1965; three years later, it was finished, and the campground was opened to the public. The main road leading to and past the campground is built on the remains of a former railroad track that was converted.

RV camping at Buck Pond Campground is quite remote and the perfect destination for a rustic, out-in-the-wild vacation; if you need to gas up your motorhome rental or shop for supplies, the town of Paul Smiths is nearby. The town was named after a …

Burr Pond State Park, MA

474 RV rentals

Burr Pond State Park is in the northwest corner of Connecticut, just a few miles from the city of Hartford and only a short distance from the North Atlantic coast. The nearest large town is Torrington, which is less than ten miles to the south.

The area is dominated by forests, rivers, and lakes, making it a beautiful space to explore on an RV camping vacation. The 438-acre Burr Pond State Park is no exception, with the pond at the center of pretty woodland. Swimming, fishing, boating, and hiking are all popular in the park.

Milo Burr created the pond when he dammed several streams to provide water power for his industrial buildings. Gail Borden, who invented condensed milk production, …