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Let’s play guess that city. I am a city of firsts. I am the birthplace of an incredibly popular sport. I hold the power of the dictionary. I pulled the trigger on early firearm production. I found a way to pioneer the motorcycle industry. I filled my belly with green eggs and ham. There's a joke about one of me in every state. Have you got a clue?

Book a luxury motorhome rental RV in Springfield, MA to experience all these firsts. Closer to Hartford, CT than Boston, Springfield sits gracefully along the Connecticut River, Westfield River, and Chicopee River. Comprised of 17 distinct neighborhoods, Springfield is the icon of Western Massachusetts and is ready to be explored by you and your Springfield motorhome rental.

The Great Outdoors

Nestled in the Forest Park district—a neighborhood filled with beautifully maintained Victorian mansions—you’ll find a nice sized park at its core. Its 735 acres were designed and landscaped by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead. Forest Park shares the same name as the district and is a popular place to escape the downtown pace. Take a stroll through the park, and you’ll find meticulously maintained greenery, an aquatic garden, a public pool, and even a zoo! In the winter the park hosts the well-known Bright Lights, a holiday light spectacular.

Springfield does sit on a few rivers; so if you’d rather a waterfront view, head over to Waterfront Park. The stretch of land sits along a portion of the Connecticut River and is a great green space considering the bustling city behind it. The paved trail is a popular walking, running, and biking path. Pack a picnic and enjoy a peaceful day down by the river. And, the city has approved a renovation project—just in time for your RV rental trip to Springfield.

For a truer wilderness feel, take a short drive to Agawam. Here, the Robinson State Park encompasses 811 acres of forestland on the Westfield River. The park features 20 miles of mountain biking-specific trails, hiking areas, and fishing, swimming, and kayaking on the river. Enjoy the scenery and the wildlife; there’s said to be some rare dragonflies and turtles around if you can spot them.

RV Parks

Given the tight metropolitan area that Springfield is, you may be unable to be find adequate RV parks while visiting here with your Springfield travel trailer rental. There is however a Walmart located not far from downtown within city limits. Check in with the managers to see about using their parking lot as a rest stop.

If you do not have the need to stay within Springfield, there are a handful of RV friendly parks to post up for the night with your rental RV in Hampden County. Many cater to families and leave you with plenty to do on site as well as close distance to other towns. The sites have your basic amenities such as full hookups, bathroom and laundry facilities, and WiFi.

Exploring the City

Springfield has several claims to fame, but two especially stand out and are memorialized by their own museums. Springfield is the home and creator of basketball. The sport started with two peach baskets and a soccer ball as a less contact sport than football. Since its beginning, the sport has evolved, and now Springfield pays homage to this at the Basketball Hall of Fame. With tons of interactive exhibits, this is a must-see for any fan of the sport. While basketball is the historical sport of the area, Dr. Seuss might be the most prolific figure from the area. Perfect for children or those who grew up reading his books, the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum provides insight into his development process of the characters and stories. Just like the worlds he created, this museum is just as fun, wacky, and colorful.

Another popular spot to investigate while in Springfield with your camper rental is the Eastern States Exposition. Many events are hosted here from the ever-popular fall extravaganza The Big E to major horse shows to trade shows to hosting concerts. Check their calendar for when you’re planning to be in the area to see what excitement is going on.

Just recently completed, the new MGM Springfield has a state of the art casino and Movie Theater. They also host a variety of shows and music. MGM is nightlife made easy for all who venture through the doors. Even if you’re not into gambling, the facilities are just worth taking a gander.

Should it be a Massachusetts city that debuts a lot of firsts that you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Springfield. Play some basketball, test your luck at the casino, visit a museum, and learn about Green Eggs and Ham. Rent an RV in Springfield, MA and see what all The Baked Bean State is about!

RV Rentals in Springfield, MA

Springfield, MA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Springfield. Outdoorsy's Springfield 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 Springfield are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, and Lehigh Gorge State Park.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Anthony's Nose Trail from Beacon Highway Cortlandt New York
Blue Hills Skyline Trail Quincy Massachusetts
White Dot Trail to Mount Monadock Jaffrey New Hampshire
Kaaterskill Falls Trail Elka Park New York
Overlook Mountain Trail Woodstock New York
Bear Mountain Loop Trail Bear Mountain New York
Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail Berlin Connecticut
Storm King - Butter Hill Trail West Point New York
Breakneck Ridge Trail Beacon New York
Mount Beacon Trail Beacon New York

Nearby Dumpstations

Redmans Trailer Sales

497 Broad Street Bristol, CT 6010
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Evergreen, Skyline RV, Starcraft RV (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Willington, CT 6279
Eastbound, 6 truck parking spaces, Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending%Pets, Handicap (R)

Crowley RV Center

9 Barber Street Bristol, CT 6010
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Evergreen, Roadtrek, Winnebago (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Moosup, CT 6354
Southbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap, Small store (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Moosup, CT 6354
Northbound, 10 truck parking spaces (on the other side of the gas islands which are signed 13-4 clearance but have a few more inches) , Dunkin Donuts, Subway, Gas(no diesel), Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Wallingford Center, CT 6492
Southbound, 40 truck parking spaces, Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending%RV Dump%Pets, Handicap, July 2013: Dump was closed June 2012: RV dump is on level ground (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Plantsville, CT 6479
Eastbound, 20 truck parking spaces, separate RV parking area% Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending, RV Dump%Pets, Handicap% May 2016: Separate rv parking from truck parking that was wonderfully quiet with almost no highway noise making it a great overnight stop! (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Middletown, CT 6457
Northbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms(open 8:30am-3:30pm)%Picnic Table%Vending(open 8:30am-3:30pm)%RV Dump%Pets, Handicap, June 2012: RV dump has a slight downhill angle which may make dumping tanks harder or easier, depending on the configuration of the RV (R)

Rest Stop

Service Plaza Uncasville, CT 6382
Southbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap, Gas, Food (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Willington, CT 6279
Westbound, 12 truck parking spaces, Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending%Pets, Handicap (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

The Mark Twain House & Museum

attraction Hartford, CT
This Victorian gothic 19-room house was Mark Twain?s home from 1874-1891. In this beautiful mansion Mark Twain wrote his masterpieces such as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Prince and the Pauper. Come ready to experience the author?s life and learn much about his work and the times in which he lived. The museum also hosts many eclectic events such as "Tapping into Twain" Oktoberfest, Tom Sawyer Day and the Ice Cream Social.

Gentile Campgrounds

campground Plymouth, CT
Gentile Campgrounds lives up to its name; an unassuming, chilled out destination, in which to park up the RV. This is a destination campground with all the amenities and activities, and everything in between. There is even a chapel onsite for a Sunday service. Facilities are out of this world, with flush toilets, propane gas and fire wood at your fingertips. There is literally an activity to suit just about everyone. Miniature golf, tennis court, baseball field and basketball court have the sports side of things covered. Those that prefer virtual reality will like the selection of video games on offer. Aside from all of these wonderful amenities, this campsite is just perfect for nature lovers. Set in an aesthetically beautiful landscape, it is a stunning place to find your inner zen again. Let?s face it, RV?ing can really take it out of us, so any excuse for some campsite chill is welcome!

Science Center

attraction Windsor, CT
Over 165 interactive exhibits that explore the solar system, dinosaurs, marine life and other scientific wonders, the center offers hands on displays for all ages. You can build a race cart, improve your basketball skills through computerized feedback and watch science come alive in the state-of-the-art 3D movie theater. If you want to encourage your young ones to become scientists, you can start by enrolling them in the Vacation Exploration Camps.

Greeley Park

attraction None, CT
If you are looking for something fun to do for the whole family, head over to Greeley Park in Nashua. It covers 125 acres, and dominates the north end of Nashua. It is covered by woods and open spaces, and the Merrimack River flows through it. It's a beautiful place to spend a day, so why not bring a picnic or use the grills which are available all over the park? There are playgrounds and a wading pool for the kids, ball fields, tennis courts, hiking paths in the woods, horseshoe pits, a community gardening center, and even a boat ramp which gives you access to the river. During the summer, weekly concerts take place here and there are also special activities for the kids. In the winter, you can get your snowshoes out and have fun throwing snowballs and building snowmen. The park is dog friendly, so bring you best friend for a good hike.

Sodom Mountain Campground

campground Southwick, MA
Sodom Mountain Campground just outside of Springfield, Massachusetts offers full hook-ups. This family-friendly and very clean campground is conveniently located close to Six Flags New England. The campground maintains a rustic feel but the modern bathrooms are clean and well-maintained, and the swimming pool sparkles. There is a playground and plenty of activities including horseshoes, basketball, a mini-putt, and indoor arcade games. Some sites are pull-throughs, and there are also wooded tenting sites available. Food is available Friday nights, and at the Sunday breakfasts put on each week. Bring a group and take advantage of the large covered picnic pavilion. The campground also boasts hiking trails, a laundry, and a camp store. Planned activities and special events happen all season. Staff is friendly, pets are allowed, and the shop is well-stocked. The town of Southwick is close by and provides access to amenities like restaurants, groceries, and shopping.

Oak Haven Family Campground

campground Wales, MA
At a time when so many campgrounds seem to offer you a choice of either location or amenities, Oak Haven Family Campground is located in the midst of a 90-acre private, wooded preserve, Their location is central to all of the Sturbridge, Brimfield and greater Pioneer Valley attractions. Unlike so many crowded ?parking lots? alongside of busy highways, Oak Haven offers its guests a quiet change-of-pace which symbolizes the small-town lifestyle of rural New England. Oak Haven offers spacious sites and a maximum of privacy, Campers also enjoy sharing time together around campfires.Many of Oak Haven?s guests have become seasonal campers, taking a personal pride in enhancing the natural beauty of their ?second homes? in the country. Campers also enjoy recreational activities and amenities that include basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoe, a large swimming pool and a recreation hall & pavilion. Oak Haven has 2 large safari fields that can accommodate up to 80 RVs. The RV sites feature large, shaded campsites with water and 30 amp electric hookups.

Sutton Falls

campground Sutton, MA
Do you want to explore Worcester, Massachusetts in your RV? If so, the best place to stay is just 10 miles out of town, in Sutton. The name of the park is Sutton Falls, and it is situated in the Blackstone River Valley, a National Heritage Corridor. It's open from April until October, and offers full hookup, clean restrooms, coin-operated showers, laundry facilities, and a picnic table and fireplace at each site. There is plenty to do here so you don't have to leave the site to have a good time. There are two beaches and one floating deck for swimming, a fishing pond, a playground for the kids, boat rentals, and a games room. There are also planned activities on offer, such as bingo, a fishing derby, a scavenger hunt, karaoke, and a pig roast. You are bound to make lots of new friends if you take part in the activities. When you are ready to explore, head into Worcester and take advantage of the many restaurants, shops and museums which the town has to offer. There are plenty of parks here as well, such as Elm Park, which has a fantastic new playground for children, and Green Hill Park, which has ponds, a golf course, a vets memorial, a farm, and a skateboard park.

Wadsworth Atheneum

attraction Hartford, CT
America?s first public art museum is known for having a diverse collection of art to admire, and it is set in a small and intimate museum that will keep you coming back. From Dali to Warhol, ancient to modern, you can contemplate the works of art up close without the crowds found larger museums. If you happened to be in Hartford on the second Saturday of the month the museum is free and offers many family oriented activities.

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