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Blessed with views of the lower Manhattan skyline, Hoboken was once an industrial port town located on the banks of the Hudson River. Today the riverside city is known for its upbeat nightlife, international dining, and charming green spaces. The city is filled with art galleries, historic museums, and even has a street named after Frank Sinatra who was born in Hoboken. Whether you’re a city lover or and outdoors explorer, you’ll never be short of things to see and do when you rent an RV in Hoboken. When it comes to recreational activities Hoboken offers kayaking and river walks as well as hiking and biking in nearby state parks. Hoboken is also the perfect location to search for an RV in Hoboken and drive to Philadelphia and Long Island or take the ferry across to New York.

The Great Outdoors

The best thing about picking up an RV rental in Hoboken is that you can follow the Hudson River for a pleasant drive with waterside views all of the way. Heading north, you’ll soon reach Harriman State Park. This extensive state park hosts over 200 miles of hiking trails as well as scenic driving routes, campgrounds, streams, beaches, viewpoints, picnic areas, boating opportunities, swimming, and a total of 31 stunning lakes and reservoirs. Even in the wintertime Harriman State Park is a great spot for ice skating and cross-country skiing.

Just next door is Waywayanda State Park where visitors can paddle, swim, or boat on Waywayanda Lake, or take a hike in the surrounding forest. Threaded throughout the park are over 60 miles of shady trails through hemlock-mixed hardwood forest and Atlantic white cedar swamp. The toughest climbers can trek to the peak of Waywayanda Mountain for a breath-taking view or walk a 20-mile section of the Appalachian Trail.

Continue farther north towards Kingston with your Hoboken travel trailer rental and you’ll find yourself driving into the heart of the 33,500-acre Big Indian Wilderness Area. Within this wilderness area is Catskill Park, home to miles of rugged terrain and virgin forest. The park hosts several peaks, including eight named peaks which reach altitudes between 1,500 and 3,860-feet, as well as a 30-mile long trail which passes through almost untouched forest and mountainous landscape. The Big Indian Wilderness Area also offers a number of shorter hikes from the challenging Pine Hill-West Branch Trail which follows a ridge to five peaks, and the moderately easy Red-Hollow Mine-Hollow Loop which begins in the town of Hardenberg. The area is also popular for tent camping during the summer and snowshoeing during the winter.

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, with its 100-foot-deep water gap, also offers exciting opportunities for panoramic views, hiking 28 miles of the Appalachia Trail, horseback riding or cycling 32 miles of the McDade Recreational Trail, boating and swimming in the Delaware River, or driving on the Old Mine Road which once connected Philadelphia and the Hudson River to the Pahaquarry Mines. Other popular state parks close to Hoboken are the Allamuchy Mountains State Park, Kittatinny Valley State Park, and Longpond Ironworks State Park.

RV Parks

You're going to need to find a place to park your Hoboken motorhome rental overnight so that you can rest up for a full day of exploring. Fortunately, there are RV parks close enough to the city that you’ll be able to see all the sights but still enjoy the peace and tranquillity in your Hoboken camper rental. If you choose to stay on the western side of the Hudson River then you’ll be close to several state parks as well as Teterboro Airport. If you want to be closer to the center of New York then you can book a campsite at Liberty Harbour RV Park. The site has campsites with water and electric, plus the park has showers, restrooms, Wi-Fi, and dump station. It’s open all year round and offers front door access to the NY Waterway Ferry.

Explore the City

When you're ready to return to the city where you began your Hoboken travel trailer rental vacation, start by paying a visit to the Hoboken Historical Museum. The museum was established in 1986 and sits alongside Hoboken’s vibrant waterfront. Originally a machine shop, the Hoboken Historical Museum proudly displays a wealth of items and artifacts which represent the city’s small-town origins. Next, you can make a stop at the Barsky Gallery to browse exhibitions of creative artworks from a selection of upcoming and well-known artists. Alternatively, more active visitors can book a kayaking or paddle boarding classes or tours. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting Hoboken in October then you can stroll to Pier A Park for a hay maze and pumpkin painting at the annual Harvest Festival.

Whether you’ve spent a day paddling on the Hudson River or a day learning about the history and culture of the city, you’re sure to want to taste some of Hudson’s international cuisines. There are excellent eaterings found around town, offering a wide range of cuisine options. For live music and a friendly atmosphere, you can dine at an artistically decorated tavern or take a Saturday afternoon food and culture tour. For campers who prefer to prepare their own food, the Hoboken Farmers’ Market takes place each Thursday from June to October. Stock up on fresh produce and get cooking in your luxury RV rental in Hoboken. Whatever your style is, you’re certain to have a vacation to remember when you rent an RV in Hoboken, New Jersey.

RV Rentals in Hoboken, NJ

Hoboken, NJ is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Hoboken. Outdoorsy's Hoboken 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 Hoboken 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, Lehigh Gorge State Park, and Catoctin Mountain Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mount Beacon Trail Beacon New York
White Shore Trail Alpine New Jersey
Glen Onoko Falls Trail Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania
Anthony's Nose Trail from Beacon Highway Cortlandt New York
Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail Berlin Connecticut
Bear Mountain Loop Trail Bear Mountain New York
Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail Columbia New Jersey
Storm King - Butter Hill Trail West Point New York
Breakneck Ridge Trail Beacon New York

Nearby Campgrounds

Croton Point Park Campground

campground Croton-on-Hudson, NY
A county run park this is the smart choice for families looking to visit New York City in a RV rental without all the crazy traffic and stress. located north of the city along the Hudson River the park offers full hookup RV sites that are easy to get in to and out of in a RV rental. Best news is that you can walk 1 mile to the train depot and ride the Metro North right in to Grand Central station. Return to your RV rental at night and relax in peace and quiet.

Black Bear Campground, New York

campground Florida, NY
Follow a fabled and scenic road through some of New York state?s most iconic landmarks to find Black Bear Campground, nestled in the forested countryside near no less than two state parks. Starting in White Plains, the route east along Interstate 294 takes you past Tarrytown of Sleepy Hollow fame, over the Hudson River, and finally through the vast expanse of Harriman State Park to reach the campground in scenic Orange County. This is the closest full-service RV park to New York City, but the wooded environment and quiet ambiance never gives that away. There?s plenty of tourist information available on the site, for both the city and the surrounding wilderness, and while visiting you can enjoy plenty of modern amenities. Every spacious site has full utility hookups, fire rings, and picnic tables. The venue is connected to several hiking trails and nature walks, and if you want to relax near your home on wheels, there?s a swimming pool, game room, basketball court, and scheduled special events hosted by the park.

Captree State Park

attraction Babylon, NY
Home to the largest public fishing fleet on Long Island, Captree State Park is a fishing haven and a picnicker's delight, located on the eastern tip of Jones Island at the end of the Ocean Parkway. Open and charter boats are available for saltwater fishing. No license or equipment is necessary as the boat staff provides everything you'll need for a day on the Great South Bay or the Atlantic Ocean. Information on the fishing fleet is available a thttp://captreefleet.com/. The fleet also offers sightseeing excursions and scuba diving trips. There are two large fishing piers available for those who want to catch a few crabs or fish from a pier. Guests to Captree State Park can also enjoy a full service restaurant operates in the park along with a more casual refreshment stand serving the best chili dogs anywhere. A picnic area at The Overlook offers a beautiful view of Fire Island and the Fire Island Lighthouse while boats of a variety of sizes pass through the Fire Island Inlet just below. A retail bait and tackle shop offers fishing gear and operates the fuel pumps at the boat basin. A boat launch is available for boats larger than 14' providing direct access to the State Boat Channel.

Ellis Island

attraction Jersey City, NJ
Ellis Island is an example of America?s immigrant history. Once the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954, it is now home to an immigration museum which showcases the cultural heritage of those that came to the U.S. You can also visit the statue of Liberty.

Thomas Paine Cottage

attraction New Rochelle, NY
If American history is one of your interests you should visit the Thomas Paine Cottage when you are in New Rochelle, New York. Paine?s eloquent writing played an essential role in the American Revolution. Thomas Paine Cottage is the last structure in North America that the Founding Father owned as his home and is open to the public as an historic house museum. The Cottage contains some of the few artifacts still in existence that were once owned by Thomas Paine: a simple chair and a cast-iron stove given to Paine by Ben Franklin himself. The Cottage is located on the last two acres of a 300 acre farm awarded to Paine by a grateful New York State for his services in the struggle for independence. The site also includes the Sophia Brewester One-room Schoolhouse, the oldest free-standing school in New Rochelle. The front room of the Cottage is set up to reflect what life was like during the 18th century.

Liberty State Park

attraction Jersey City, NJ
A green oasis with 1,212-acres, in the middle of an urban jungle. Visitors enjoy spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, a historic transportation building can be found here. From here you can take Statue Cruises which offer ferries to Statue of Liberty National Monument, Ellis Island and Liberty Island.

Libeerty Harbor RV Park

campground Jersey City, NJ
Would you like to explore Mount Vernon in New York? The nearest RV Park is just 17 miles away in Jersey City, with easy access into New York. It's called Liberty Harbor Park, and you can be assured of a warm welcome here. You get full hookup, restrooms with showers, a laundry facility, and 24-hour security. There is also a rrestaurant and bar, so if you don't feel like cooking or venturing out, you will be able to get good food on site. On a nice day, relax outside your RV with a view of the New York skyline. You will be able to see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Liberty Science Center, and Liberty State Park. Don't forget to bring your camera. There are daily bus tours from here to New York City, and there is a ferry from Monday through Friday. Once in Mount Vernon, there are plenty of shops, bars, and restaurants to keep you occupied. For the history buffs amongst you, don't miss visiting St. Paul's Church National Historic Site.

Croton Point Park

campground Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Croton Point Park is nestled on a small peninsula that stretches into the Hudson River about 25 miles northwest of Greenwich. The park is 500 acres of peaceful, forested riverside, and provides space for both tents and RVs. There are several full-service RV hookups, but only with 30 amps. Several options for recreational activities exist literally steps away from your doorstep at Croton Point Park, including boating, fishing, and hiking. There?s also a boat launch if you?re hauling your own watercraft. Croton Point Park also has a nature center that hosts weekly events and organizes other programs throughout the year. The site itself is conveniently located near the junction of Interstate 9A and the Hudson River Line, making public transit readily available if you want to go to nearby cities like New York, or any of the other outlying New England communities. Iconic locations like Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown mark the way south to Yonkers, the Bronx, and finally Manhattan.

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