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Discover Bangor, PA

One of the boroughs in the historic Slate Belt of Pennsylvania, Bangor welcomes travelers with a mixture of wonderful architecture, great dining options, and superb natural spots in every direction. Named after a town in Wales, it is famous for its Welsh heritage, as well as slate and stone quarries found in the surrounding region. When you search for an RV in Bangor, you will find yourself close to such amazing natural destinations as the picturesque Lehigh Valley, the mighty Delaware River, and the Pocono Mountains, teeming with lush vegetation, peaceful lakes, and exciting hiking trails.

You can get from this rural town to some of the largest East Coast cities in no time if you rent an RV and hit the road. You can reach Allentown in less than an hour's drive and step into the world of excellent museums and sports events. For iconic historical attractions such as the Liberty Bell and the Independence Hall, travel south to Philadelphia. If you decide to go east, don’t miss out on a visit to New York City and its iconic landmarks.

The Great Outdoors

The Delaware River cuts through Eastern Pennsylvania, creating an impressive landscape with its twists and turns. One of the best places to witness it is Delaware Gap National Recreation Area, and you can reach it after a short ride in your Bangor RV rental. Take in the scenic views of the river meandering among the mountains from one of the lookouts, or explore its beauties by slowly paddling on its calm surface. You can even find some beaches and go for a swim during the warmer months. Hikers will find a part of the Appalachian Trail among the numerous trails that go through forests, and past scenic waterfalls and historic structures.

When you want to start exploring the Pocono Mountains, pay a visit to Beltzville State Park. Beltzville Lake is at the center of the park, a haven for anglers and swimmers hugged by the greenery of the surrounding woods. Boating and water skiing are also popular, while ice skating and ice fishing are reserved for winter. In addition to water activities, there are miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as great picnic areas.

Hickory Run State Park is another gem of the Poconos where you can stay the night in your campervan rental near Bangor and explore them at your own pace. Stretch your legs while crossing the Boulder Field, a unique feature of the park, or choose one of the trails stretching for miles. When it comes to impressive bodies of water, campers are in for a treat. From Sand Spring Lake perfect for swimming to the refreshing cascades of Hawk Falls and streams teeming with fish, everyone will find something exciting to see and do.

Just across the border with New York, you will find Harriman State Park, an oasis with numerous lakes and streams hiding in the forest canopy. Find a site for your Bangor camper rental and go hiking on the trails until you find a spot where you can witness panoramic views of rolling hills in the distance. Whether you come for the autumn colors or some cross-country skiing, the park will amaze you any time of the year.

RV Parks

The area around the town is home to plenty of campgrounds where you can park your camper rental in Bangor, PA.

Driftstone Campground is located on the banks of the Delaware River and offers a range of amenities, including a camp store, a swimming pool, and electric and water hookups. Campers can rent a canoe or a kayak and go paddling on the river. Nearby towns of Portland and Columbia offer dining and shopping options. Chestnut Lake Campground is right off U.S. Route 209 and close to the many restaurants and shops of Brodheadsville. It is a pet-friendly campground with full hookups and propane available on-site, half-way between Beltzville State Park and Worthington State Forest.

If you are looking for a place close to Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Bushkill Falls, Timothy Lake South RV Campground could be a good option. Pets are welcome, and there is a swimming pool and also a camp store. Stores, restaurants, and gas stations can be found in East Stroudsburg.

Exploring the City

After an exciting day in your RV rental from Bangor, you can relax at one of the wineries surrounding the town. Follow the Pocono Wine Trail or choose your own way to discover all the different tastes of this popular drink. Have a wine tasting with your friends in a natural setting, another way to enjoy the beauties of Eastern Pennsylvania.

If you are a museum-goer, pay a visit to America On Wheels Museum in Allentown. This unique museum will get you familiar with different vehicles from the past, as well as the interesting history of Lehigh Valley. Exhibits of cars, trucks, and motorcycles will take you on a journey through time and show you the impressive pace of transportation evolution.

Another place that will introduce you to the rich culture of the region is the Allentown Art Museum. Thousands of artworks can be seen on display, featuring famous European and American artists. Another highlight of the museum is its library, a place where you can read a lot about the history and culture of the city and the surrounding region.

From pubs and breweries to restaurants serving comfort food and barbecue specialties, all the travelers coming for their Bangor RV rentals by owner will find a place where they can grab a bite before they set off on an unforgettable Pennsylvania adventure.

RV Rentals in Bangor, PA

Bangor, PA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Bangor. Outdoorsy's Bangor 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 Bangor 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, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, and Bear Mountain State Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

Harmony Ridge Campground

campground Branchville, NJ
Explore the array of natural areas, nature preserves, and vast state parks northwest of Passaic while on your way to Harmony Ridge Campground. Your route is an hour's drive through some of New Jersey?s most pristine rural areas, including Great Piece Meadows, Farney State Park, Norvan Green State Forest, and Wawayanda State Park, just to name a few. The campground itself is between the Bear Swamp Wildlife Management Area and High Point State Park. Harmony Ridge welcomes both tents and recreational vehicles, and accommodates travelers staying of the night, the season, or even the whole year. Some services vary depending on the season, and rates change for holiday weekends. No matter what time of year you arrive, you can take advantage of on-site amenities that include a general store, laundry room, playground, recreation hall, and various spaces for sports and games. There?s even a hockey rink if you happen to be here in the winter.

Blue Rocks Family Campground

campground Lenhartsville, PA
Blue Rocks is a rustic fun-filled environment for everyone. Blue Rocks consists of 125 acres of oaks and pines with mountain streams flowing freely throughout the park. You'll find our awe-inspiring Blue Rocks glacier deposit astonishing.The formation occurred during the last ice age and has been dated to be as old as 350 million years. The formation covers 15 acres and is said to have a stream that still runs beneath the field. Although Blue Rocks caters to hikers and tenters, they do offer a wide choice of tent and RV sites in both open and wooded settings.With hookups for water, electric, and sewer, these sites are perfect for transient or seasonal RVers who want the basic comforts of home while enjoying the peaceful serenity of the outdoors. Topped off with our breathtaking Blue Rocks boulder field that gives our camp its name, Blue Rocks Family Campground is truly the definition of an amazing outdoor Pennsylvania experience.

Little Red Barn Campground

campground Quakertown, PA
Little Red Barn Campground is every bit as quaint and charming as it sounds. Nestled in a forested area only 15 miles from downtown Allentown, this idyllic, verdant oasis is next to both Lake Nockamixon and Nockamixon State Park. There are spaces for both tents and recreational vehicles, and 92 of these are equipped with water and electricity. Each campsite has a fire pit and picnic table, and other on-site amenities include a swimming pool, laundry room, games room, playground, modern bathrooms, and free WiFi. You can also refill your propane tank and dispose of trash. There?s also a large, enclosed pavilion available for larger groups. The campground also hosts scheduled activities like wagon rides, movie nights, and bonfire socials. Boating and fishing venues are only minutes away, and a slightly longer drive of either 30 minutes to two hours takes you to countless landmarks and attractions in both Pennsylvania and New York.

Fla-Net Park Campground

campground Mount Olive Township, NJ
Take a trip through a virtual scenic tour of state parks, nature preserves, along with countless freshwater ponds and lakes as you head west from Clifton to the Fla-Net Park Campground. The drive takes about an hour along the Interstate 80, and if you can spare another twenty minutes, take the scenic route along the northern loop of New Jersey country roads. This route passes through Farney State Park and Mahlon Dickerson Reservation. Fla-Net Park seeks to recreate a rustic, authentic wilderness experience complete with spring fed ponds and gravel roads. Guests are welcome to use paddle boats in the water, and indulge in some catch and release fishing. There are several sites spacious enough for even your biggest rig and a toy trailer, and they also include electricity hookups. Seasonal amenities at the park include a swimming pool, laundry room, and a comfort station that includes hot showers. Guests can enjoy paddle boats, playground, and a rec room at any time of the year.

Museum of Indian Culture

attraction Allentown, PA
For 35 years, the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown has set the standard in Pennsylvania for education about indigenous cultures. This non-profit, volunteer-staffed educational and resource center educates the public about the First Nations people that lived in the local region, as well as throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Permanent exhibits and collections include Native American dance regalia, prehistoric artifacts, and a life-size exhibit which recreates the ancient rock shelters that were unearthed near the city of Broomhall. You can also join an educational session and learn about the artwork, daily life, diet, and other information about the local Lenape people. The museum conducts daily guided tours, and guests are also welcome to peruse the collections on their own. There?s also a comprehensive research library on the premises. If you happen to visit in late August,you can experience the Roasting Ears of Corn Festival, the oldest Native American festival in the state.

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