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The town of Jim Thorpe is nestled in the Pocono Mountains and is home to a number of historic attractions, unique shops, and restaurants. It truly is a unique destination, offering both the charms of a quaint European village and the adventure of a mountain destination. Jim Thorpe was originally known as Mauch Chunk, and is rich with history, with the buildings dating back to when the coal miners called the area their home. The buildings today are all popular entertainment venues and museums, and it is these attractions, coupled with its close vicinity to the great outdoors, which keeps visitors coming back year after year.

Adventurers young and old will have a great time on the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway, while the World’s Largest General Store is sure to keep you entertained for hours. Although the town is set in the mountains, it is easy to reach many of the nearby towns such as Allentown, Wilkes-Barre, and Scranton. Both New York and Philadelphia are also reachable if you are up for a bit of a drive.

The Great Outdoors

In the foothills of the Poconos lies Beltzville State Park, covering 3,002 acres. Running through the park is Pohopoco Creek, which feeds into the huge Beltzville Lake. Both the lake and stream are a popular destination for anglers and boaters, plus the sand beach and picnic pavilions are a lovely spot for families to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Lehigh Gorge State Park is known for its beautiful river views, rocky outcroppings, and dramatic waterfalls. The most striking feature of this park is the steep-walled gorge that is carved by the Lehigh River, and the park spans the expanse of this gorge. Why not take your travel trailer rental from Jim Thorpe into the park to see what natural wonders it has to offer? There are famous sights in the park such as the Buttermilk Falls, Glen Onoko Falls, the Lehigh Gorge Trail, and the Turn Hole Tunnel. Summer visitors can enjoy the many recreational activities like white water rafting, biking, hiking, and fishing.

To the north of town is Hickory Run State Park, which is ideal for those that love a hike. Overall the state park has more than 40 miles of hiking areas to enjoy, with one of the most striking areas being the Boulder Field, which is a Natural National Landmark. The area has remained relatively unchanged for the past 20,000 years, and the boulder area, which covers around 300 feet is almost completely flat with no sign of vegetation. Some of the biggest boulders measure up to 26 feet long and is well worth making the journey in your motorhome rental from Jim Thorpe.

RV Parks

When you book a motorhome rental from Jim Thorpe, consider parking it at Jim Thorpe camping resort, as not only is it located close to town with a range of amenities, but also offers a pool, wine and cheese tastings, a DJ and so much more. The campground covers 28 acres, with every modern convenience that a camping family could possibly want. Each space is level and wooded, and set well back from the road so you can enjoy a peaceful night’s rest.

The Poconos and the Lehigh Valley are a great place to unwind and just enjoy being in the great outdoors, and a good place to base yourself to explore the area is StonyBrook RV Resort. The resort is open throughout the year, with full-hookup sites. and There are a number of facilities to keep the whole family entertained such as a heated swimming pool, a well-stocked fishing pond, playground, GaGa pit, and a paved baseball court. This would make an excellent location for your Jim Thorpe camper rental.

Another good nearby option is Lizard Creek Campground; a private, family-owned campground. The campground has many large, flat sites with a picturesque creek running through the property which offers some good fishing, while the large swimming pool is perfect for cooling off in the summer months. All RV sites have water, electric, a picnic table, and a fire ring, as well as TV hook up.

Exploring the Town

A cool place to visit in the town of Jim Thorpe is the Old Jail Museum, a stone structure that was built in the late 1800s. There are 27 cells inside the jail, as well as some rooms that were used for solitary confinement. Today, you can take a tour of the museum and learn a little more about those that resided there, including what the jail was best known for, the Molly Maguire trials.

For an insight into the unique culture of the town, one of best venues to visit is the Mauch Chunk Opera House. This lively arts house has a busy calendar of events, with local artists and musicians putting on a range of shows. When there is not a show on, you can take a tour of the venue where you can learn about the history of the huge performance hall. An art gallery and historical exhibits also make up part of the tour.

For a great, family friendly day out in your Jim Thorpe RV rental, Bear Mountain Butterfly Sanctuary is prime spot. Although butterflies are the main attraction here, the sanctuary also has a number of frogs and fish. In the Flutterarium you can learn more about the different butterfly species, and even hand feed them.

Should it be a charming Pennsylvania town tucked away in the mountains you are seeking to explore, consider a motorhome rental in Jim Thorpe. Take a hike along a trail, relax by a campfire, and take in the landscape. Rent a luxury motorhome in Jim Thorpe, PA and see what all the area has to offer.

RV Rentals in Jim Thorpe, PA

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

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

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

Lake-In-Wood Campground

campground Narvon, PA
Follow the gnomes to find the beautifully quirky Lake-in-Woods Resort, an enchanted forest oasis not 15 miles south of Reading. Nature preserves and parks nearby seem to be in on the fun, with names like Nolde Forest and Flying Hills. Bring your tent and enjoy a rustic campsite, or bring the home on wheels. The site can accommodate even big rigs, and water, sewer, and electrical hookups are available. There?s also free WiFi in the park for those that want to stay connected, and a gift shop, grocery store, and restaurant if you want to shop and eat. The real draw here are the creative cabins, which are built in an array of different styles. These include, but are not limited to, frontier log cabins, oversize yurts, a covered wagon, and, of course, gnome homes. Features at the park that you would expect at a resort include both indoor and outdoor heated pools, mini-golf courses, two playgrounds, and several sports facilities.

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.

Highland Campgrounds

campground Dalton, PA
The Highlands Campgrounds in Scranton, Pennsylvania, is set against the backdrop of endless mountains that typifies this north eastern reach of the United States. Relax and enjoy the tranquil beauty of your surroundings as you settle into this campground for a memorable stay. This family owned and operated RV park is nestled on 35 heavily wooded acres surrounded by wildlife and flora. The spacious sites, friendly staff, and peaceful atmosphere will ensure you a relaxing outdoor camping experience you and your family will always remember. Facilities at the site include numerous full-service pull throughs and back-ins, each with a fire ring and picnic table and plenty of space between sites, a recreation room with coin games, a playground area with volleyball and horseshoes, badminton, a laundry, restrooms with hot showers, and free wifi. Some of the local activities on offer include canoeing, kayaking, MTB, winery tours, antiquing, and much more.

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.

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