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Discover Raleigh, NC


If you’re looking for a laid-back atmosphere, but still want an endless amount of adventuring options available to you, Raleigh makes for the perfect getaway. The second largest city in North Carolina, Raleigh is quickly growing and changing and continues to delight locals and visitors alike. If you want to travel around the city once you’ve parked your rental RV in Raleigh, you can take a commuter bus into town, a GoTriangle bus, and then explore the city on one of its buses, the GoRaleigh buses. However, Raleigh is not all “big city”. Raleigh still holds to its roots, with a nickname of the “City of Oaks” because of the city’s, and region’s, abundance of oak trees. These trees line many of the city streets, reminding locals and visitors that there is a great, wild world to explore. And some of the best exploring of this wild world is in and around Raleigh. You can visit lakes, rivers, and hiking trails without having to travel too far from the city. When you book an RV in Raleigh, you can seamlessly enjoy both the city life of Raleigh and the natural beauty of North Carolina.


The Great Outdoors


When you rent an RV in Raleigh, NC, finding the perfect outdoor spot to explore may be a little difficult--because there are so many to choose from, you’ll want to go to them all! Raleigh and the surrounding area are home to several of North Carolina’s best state and recreation parks. Start your search for an RV in Raleigh and plan the ultimate outdoor adventure!


If you want to stay in and around Raleigh, there are many great options to choose from. In the northwest section of town, William B. Umstead State Park offers visitors a relaxing hiking trail. Pott’s Branch Trail along the streams that flow through the park or the Sal’s Branch Trail that runs along Big Lake. Canoe and kayak rentals are also available to visitors, just be sure to watch up for the fisherman! This is the perfect park to take your camper rental in Raleigh. If you want something a little more low-key, but perhaps more educational, Durant Nature Preserve in the northeast section of Raleigh is the perfect place. While you cannot camp there with your RV rental, it is still a great way to spend the day. You can rent a backpack filled with informative guides about the bird, insect, and water wildlife. These backpacks also come with insect catching containers and a fishing net so you can get up close and personal to these little creatures before releasing them back into the wild. You can also visit the Bird Garden and Butterfly Garden in the hopes of catching a glimpse of some North Carolina natives. If you want to get a little out of town, but still stay close to Raleigh, the Falls Lake State Recreation Area is the perfect getaway. Falls Lake is home to five swim beaches on a 12,000-acre reservoir, almost 15 miles of hiking trails, and over 300 campsites. You can soak up the sun on a rented kayak or on a towel on the beach and enjoy the sound of the waves as you spend the day at the lake.


If you’re willing to venture away from Raleigh, there are many great places to explore within a reasonable driving distance. About an hour and a half southwest of Raleigh, Uwharrie National Forest sits in the Uwharrie Mountains, offering some potentially challenging hikes. If you want easier hikes, you can go on one of the many trails around the lakes. You can truly feel as though you’ve retreated back to nature and get lost in the pine and oak forests of the Uwharrie National Forest. If you want to experience something a little more coastal, you can travel just shy of 3 hours to the Croatan National Forest. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, you can spend a day at the beach, hike on any of the 21 miles of trails through the pine forests and swamps. The most popular most popular forest trail is the Island Creek Forest Walk and the marsh trail is the Cedar Point Tideland Trail. Who knows, you may even get lucky and see a rare alligator and black bear (from afar, of course).


RV Parks


There are several RV parks located in and around the city that offer a variety of amenities for you to enjoy with your rental camper in Raleigh. In the northern section of town, the NC State Fairgrounds offers RV hookups with electricity, water, and sewer, and even WiFi! They are open year round, except for when the North Carolina State Fair is open in October. There are several other RV parks just surrounding the city, such as the Village Squire Mobile Estates & RV Park, the Coopers RV Park, and the Four Oaks Lodging & RV Resort.


If you’re looking for a campground to park your motorhome rental outside of Raleigh, the RVacation RV Park about 45 minutes the southeast is the perfect place. Situated on a pond, this pet-friendly locale has satellite reception, WiFi, and even a convenience store. While in the area, you can take a little day trip to the Hinnant Vineyards or the Bentonville Civil War Battleground.


Exploring the City


Renting a motorhome in Raleigh gives you the best of both worlds: easy access to the natural beauty of North Carolina and easy access to the excitement of the city, especially since much of the city has rather wide streets. However, if you don’t feel comfortable driving your rental RV or travel trailer in Raleigh’s city streets, you can take one of the commuter buses into town. If you want to learn more about the beautiful state of North Carolina, you can head to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and see local fossils, learn about the different branches of science, and gawk at dinosaur replicas. Or, you can go to the North Carolina Museum of History and learn all about the history of this mid-Atlantic state. If you want a little memento from your trip to Raleigh, you can spend part of your weekend at the Raleigh Flea Market and walk away with some locally homemade artisan goodies or a piece of antique furniture that will perfectly fit into that empty corner you have back home. No matter what you plan to do with your RV rental in Raleigh, be sure to check out one of the city’s many BBQ joints for a true taste of southern flair.

RV Rentals in Raleigh, NC

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

There are many popular rentals in Raleigh. Outdoorsy's Raleigh 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 Raleigh 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, Julian Price Memorial Park, and Crowders Mountain State Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Morrow Mountain Trail Albemarle North Carolina
Uwharrie National Recreation Trail Mt Gilead North Carolina
Sycamore Trail Raleigh North Carolina
Company Mill Loop Raleigh North Carolina
Campbell Creek and Lanier Falls Loop Trail Lillington North Carolina
Lake Crabtree Loop Trail Morrisville North Carolina
Raven Rock Loop Trail Lillington North Carolina
Cox Mountain Trail Durham North Carolina
Sal's Branch Trail Raleigh North Carolina
Occoneechee Mountain Loop Trail Hillsborough North Carolina

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Battleboro, NC 27809
Southbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins, June 2013: No overnight RV parking (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Selma, NC 27576
Northbound, 15 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, No Overnight Parking (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Benson, NC 27504
Westbound, 15 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Rocky Mt, NC 27804
Northbound, 30 truck parking spaces but signs say no overnight parking, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Oxford, NC 27565
Southbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Benson, NC 27504
Eastbound, 15 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Oxford, NC 27565
Northbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Willies Camping Center

3727 Hwy 421 N Clinton, NC 28328
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Fleetwood, Lance, Forest River (D)

D&H RV Center

31 Jordan Lake Commons Dr Apex, NC 27523
Livin Lite - propane - some repair services (D)

Camptown RV

12856 US Highway 70 W. Clayton, NC 27520
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Cruiser RV, Jayco, Keystone (D)

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

Birchwood RV Park

campground Durham, NC
Located in the triangle region of North Carolina, visitors will have easy access to Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and Raleigh. You will also have access to the Duke Forest and can explore many on site and nearby trails. If you?re into golf you can also check out the nearby courses. A quiet place to relax and enjoy, make sure to bring your four legged friend.

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.

Koi Pond Brewing Company

attraction Rocky Mount, NC
If you are visiting Rocky Mount, North Carolina, you should stop in at the Koi Pond Brewing Company. Koi Pond Brewing Company was founded to provide high quality, interesting and delicious craft beer. They offer an ever-changing lineup of seasonal and specialty beers featuring the finest in local produce and using unique ingredients in creative ways. They are new on the scene. A hobby starting with a single request from one of Eric?s friends has evolved into a new business, which is supported by several other friends and family. For more than a year, Eric has been brewing a variety of recipes, developing a catalog of IPA?s (Indian Pale Ales), Witbiers, Stouts and other flavorful, deep selections. Eric?s had no problem encouraging others to try out his creations and offer essential feedback.The company is in the process of taking the steps necessary to become an active distributor and seller of locally-made, premium craft beers.

Jones Station RV Park

campground Mebane, NC
Jones Station RV Park is a new, privately owned RV Park & Campground conveniently located in Mebane, NC. They located on 25 acres of lush natural beauty, Jones Station offers the best of the great outdoors while still being close to plenty of local area attractions. You'll never be short of things to do! They are a great spot to relax, chill out, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of North Carolina. The Facilities include large pull-through sites, 36 deluxe camp sites, full hookup, 20/30/50 amp, on site management staff, picnic tables, and fire pits. Visitors to the RV Park will also enjoy Wi-Fi, walking trails, children?s playground, clean restrooms, firewood, horseshoes, and more. This comfortable RV Park will serve as a nice home base to explore nearby cities like Burlington, Greensboro,and Durham and the surrounding areas. You will find plenty of dining, shopping, and other interesting activities for the whole family.

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.

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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