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There are many interesting areas to visit in North Carolina, but none have as much going on as the area known as the Triangle where you can find Cary. Part of the hotbed of the tech industry in the southeast, Cary has a relaxed atmosphere full of beautiful nature spots. There’s a lot to see and a lot of land to cover so the choice to rent an RV in Cary is one of the best ways to get the most out of your vacation. There are many different sides to Cary’s charm and whether you are enjoying the wildlife or the great city vibe, good times are never too far away.

Heading out to the different areas of the triangle is an adventure in itself and you can find the state capital of Raleigh nearby. Visiting the quaint town of Chapel Hill is also well worth your time because it’s only about half an hour away. With plenty of places to stay, an RV rental in Cary is sure to make everyone happy.

The Great Outdoors

The food alone might give people reason enough to visit the South, but the real reason people stay longer is the gorgeous natural surroundings, like you get with an RV rental near Cary. There are so many spots around Cary to visit. Head out to Lake Johnson and catch a ride on a boat, or enjoy some great fishing as long as you have a license. This Lake also has a great park with trails to traverse. Another beautiful Lake to visit is Lake Crabtree, which also has an attached park. It’s a terrific place to catch the sunset on the lake or camp out by the shore and have a nice barbecue. If you are looking to dive deeper into the wildlife of the area then drive your Cary motorhome rental over to the Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve where you can get a look at all the species that call this area home, like the local salamanders.

There’s a diverse mix of parks around Cary, which allows you to enjoy the changing scenery as you travel around in your Cary camper rental. Check out Historic Yates Mill County Park in Raleigh and marvel at the history contained at this gristmill founded in the 1700’s. The park itself has 174 acres in which to hike and explore. Adding to the scenery here is a 24-acre pond that feeds into Steep Hill Creek. Next, try the Fred G. Bond Metro Park and see what a spot in the heart of the community is like. This park spared no expense with a rope course, trails, amphitheatre, and multiple sports fields for however you like to spend your time. You can spend a whole day here and relax with a nice picnic. You should also try Lake Wheeler Park while you are in the area. Another awesome lakefront park with picnic pavilions for enjoying a beautiful day in the south.

RV Parks

While Cary isn’t loaded with RV parks, there are plenty in the surrounding area to keep you feeling nice and comfortable when you rent an RV in Cary. You might enjoy the simple ease of staying at the NC State Fairground Campground, in Raleigh. You’ll get fairly basic amenities here with full hookups, Wi-Fi, and 24-hour security. Don’t plan to stay too long here because the site restricts visits to 14 days or less.

Less than 20 minutes away in your Cary luxury RV rental, you’ll find the 70-East RV Park and Mobile Acres in Garner. The sites here are full hookup and guests have access to laundry facilities and Wi-Fi. You can also venture into town to visit the shops and restaurants nearby.

If you plan to visit Chapel Hill, consider Springhill Park as a stopover point. You’ll have a full hookup site that’s wooded and pet-friendly. They offer Wi-Fi and cable TV but there is no onsite restrooms, showers or laundry facilities.

Exploring the City

Once you have your place to stay there are plenty of options beyond the natural for enjoying your stay in Cary. The Page-Walker Arts and History Center is a popular destination to learn about and experience the culture of the area. The Sri Venkateswara Temple of NC is worth a visit if only for the architecture alone. Catch a show at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre in between your trips to the wilderness or visit the Cary Art Center and marvel at the local works. There are also many breweries to visit, and if you're looking for sports, the PNC Arena is a premium destination. No matter how you enjoy spending your time, an RV rental in Cary, North Carolina has something for everyone.

RV Rentals in Cary, NC

Cary, NC is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Cary. Outdoorsy's Cary 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 Cary are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, New River Gorge National River, Mount Mitchell State Park, and Julian Price Memorial Park.

What's around Cary, NC


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Hanging Rock Trail Danbury North Carolina
Occoneechee Mountain Loop Trail Hillsborough North Carolina
Campbell Creek and Lanier Falls Loop Trail Lillington North Carolina
Raven Rock Loop Trail Lillington North Carolina
Company Mill Loop Raleigh North Carolina
Morrow Mountain Trail Albemarle North Carolina
Sal's Branch Trail Raleigh North Carolina
Sycamore Trail Raleigh North Carolina
Cox Mountain Trail Durham North Carolina
Moores Knob Trail Danbury North Carolina

Nearby Campgrounds

Spring Hill Mobile Home Park

campground Durham, NC
Nestled in a forested area, you'll have a piece of tranquility and beauty. The park is family and pet friendly, the camp has spacious sites, free Wi-fi, cable TV, and more. You'll be close to Carrboro Farmer's Market, Museum of Natural Sciences, and other popular attractions. Don;t let the name fool you this park is great for your RV rental trip.

Coopers RV Park

campground Clayton, NC
Enjoy the peace and quiet of a shady, wooded RV park that is still convenient to many local Raleigh attractions. Aside from its location only 14 miles away from downtown Raleigh, other advantages at this RV park include paved roads and lots, each equipped with full-service hookups. The park is also equipped with a small children?s playground, large patios, and has several spaces for tents. Take advantage of the free WiFi and for your electronic devices and satellite TV. Short and long term visitors are equally welcome, and rates are available for daily weekly, or longer stays. There are several shopping options less than a mile away, and area attractions like the Walnut Creek Amphitheater and the North Carolina farmer's Market are both within 15 miles. Guests can shop, socialize, and explore the cities and green spaces if Raleigh, or simply relax in your extended patio space underneath some of North Carolina?s most lush deciduous forest.

Museum of Life and Science

attraction Durham, NC
Children and adults will enjoy hands on exhibits that teach about the scientific principles, while exploring aerodynamics, architecture and engineering. In the outdoor section visitors will enjoy walking through a hut full of butterflies, discovering dinosaurs, climb a collection of tree houses connecte through a canopy of pines, and you can check out wolves.

Raleigh Oaks RV Resort

campground Four Oaks, NC
Raleigh Oaks RV Resort have over 150 RV Sites. Their sites (both back-in and pull-thrus) are full hook up including water, sewer, 50/30 amp electric, cable TV and wifi. The Resort also has over 50 Cottages. The stunning Amish handcrafted Cottages are air-conditioned and furnished, including linens and fully equipped kitchens. This is a premium location that features two swimming pools, spa, pickleball courts, fitness center, billiard room, miniature golf, 18 private bath suites, two laundry facilities, 3 dog parks, and club/rally room with fully equipped kitchen. They take pride in serving the campers who visit their park. At Raleigh Oaks RV Resort, they have two rules: The camper is always right; and If you think the camper is wrong, read Rule One again. The entire staff is very focused on providing R.A.P.I.D service to all our RVers. Respect, Accountability, Perseverance, Integrity, and Discipline drive our daily actions. They are totally committed to these core values. From the moment you call us or walk in their door, they want to make sure you are in the right place and that everything is running steady.

Spring Hill RV Park

campground Chapel Hill, NC
Spring Hill RV Park in Chapel Hill, North Carolina has spacious sites with full hookups. Each site is level, with a concrete pad. It is a very quiet park, and feels like your own private place in the woods. This is the place to get away from cable TV! Set up your lawn chair and enjoy. You'll be surprised at how restful it is to get away from the city and enjoy the peaceful feeling of being outdoors. Be still and listen for birdsong. Watch the squirrels play and jump from tree to tree. All those trees make this campground nice and shady. Sit quietly while deer wander through your site. This park is clean and well-maintained. They enforce a very slow speed limit, so children are not at risk from speeders, and there are no revving engines. The best amenities are nearby in Chapel Hill. This really is a quiet, back-to-nature experience.

Eno River State Park

attraction Durham, NC
You can walk through 30 miles of trails, take pictures do some fishing and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. The Eno River will take you through mature forests, flowering shrubs and historic mills. If the river isn?t too shallow you can also canoe and kayak.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens

attraction Durham, NC
Take a walking tour or a trolley tour to enjoy the history, garden architecture, native plants, vegetable gardens and special collections. There are 55 acres and 5 miles of paths to take in the beauty of the flowers and plants.

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