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Little is known about the first settlers who farmed the area that would become Kinzers. Most of these families were of German origin, and one of the descendants, Harry Kinzers, was a respected member of the community in the early 1800s. When the town residents decided to make their community official in 1835, they opted to name it after Harry Kinzers. To be precise, it was called Kinzer’s Town, but at some point in the mid-1900s, they dropped the apostrophe and shortened it to Kinzers.

Kinzers is in particular known for the Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association, which has a splendid display of vintage farm equipment, tractors, and steam vehicles. The association regularly holds events, at which visitors can check out these old equipment (check online for the schedule). Fossil hunters also flock to Kinzers to search for Cambrian-era fossils. Commonly found fossils include trilobites, a particular type of arthropod found only in Pennsylvania, and a bivalve. Rock hounds should take care while hunting; the rocky outcropping is adjacent to an active railroad track. Find your ideal fun when you book an RV in Kinzers, PA, and set off on an amazing outdoor adventure with the family.

The Great Outdoors

An amazing reason to rent an RV is to skip the hotel scene and get closer to nature. Although there are small pockets of wilderness near Kinzers, most larger parks with more opportunities for recreational fun are about 20 or more miles away. A Kinzer motorhome rental makes it a snap to explore them all. The Northwest Lancaster County River Trail, which is laid over an old towpath used to tow boats upstream, runs for over 14 miles, connecting Columbia to Falmouth. Although the paved trail might be considered tame by some hikers, the region can be hilly, adding some interest and challenge. With the wide river on one side and the dense, lush woods on the other, the path is quite scenic and will please many nature photographers.

French Creek State Park, when combined with the neighboring parks like Hopewell Big Woods and Crows Nest Preserve, encompasses nearly 100,000 acres of land. Around a hundred miles of trails wind and serpentine through the park, passing through dense woods, across open, airy meadows, and over babbling creeks. Hike, bike, swim, birdwatch, photograph, geocache, and fish in this park. In certain areas, deer and small hunting are allowed, though the park managers are quite strict about adhering to the bag limit. The park manager also runs a small boat rental service lending out canoes, rowboats, and kayaks. Be aware that while some campgrounds are dog-friendly, many trails prohibit them. Bring a Kinzer RV trailer rental. There are hookups available.

RV Parks

When you search for an RV rental, don’t forget to figure out where to park overnight. Out in the rural farmlands, public campgrounds are few and far in between. There are several private facilities, however. Right in Kinzer is Roamer’s Campground, which has 30 and 50 amps, a small laundry room, and a dump station.

White Oak Campground in Quarryville may be a good choice. Close to the Amish farmlands, guests have a choice of parking in an open field with a view of the neighboring farms or in the woods.

Country Acres Campground also is in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country. This facility bills itself as a luxury RV resort and includes features like free wifi and beach-style access to an outdoor pool. A fenced-in dog run and an on-site camp store are among the other perks. The facility also includes a free tour of the Amish farmlands.

Exploring the City

Out in the boonies, a motorhome rental from Kinzers makes exploring the countryside smoother and more painless. There are several attractions and fun activities. The Strasburg Railroad is America’s oldest still-operating railroad. The old-fashioned steam locomotive train offers a variety of cars to ride in, including Presidential, first class, coach, and even open-air cars. The Strasburg Railroad has several special events throughout the year, like recreating the infamous 1934 train robbery in which the dastardly duo Bonnie and Clyde robs the guests of their valuables. Guests embark from Strasburg on a 45- to 60-minute train ride, with a stop at Paradise to browse the boutique shops or watch the engineers turn the trains around. They then hop back on to return to Strasburg.

A common reason to grab a Kinzer RV rental is to explore the Amish countryside and learn about this culture. Amish and Mennonites are quite private and do not allow the English (their term for outsiders) to visit. However, the Amish Village, on the outskirts of Lancaster is a community in which the English are allowed to visit. The tour buses embark from the Village and take the passengers on a scenic drive around the countryside while the guide shares knowledge about the culture. It’s a wonderful opportunity to ask questions and get in-depth information. The Amish Village has a number of shops at which customers can purchase handcrafted wooden furniture, clothes, and baked goods. There’s nothing like freshly made baked bread and pies, shoofly pie and whoopie pies in particular.

As you roam the backcountry roads in a Kinzer RV rental and explore the lush green farmlands, be sure to watch out for the deer. They like to cross the road at the worst time.

RV Rentals in Kinzers, PA

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

There are many popular rentals in Kinzers. Outdoorsy's Kinzers 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 Kinzers are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Shenandoah National Park, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, and Great Falls Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Glen Onoko Falls Trail Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania
The Pinnacle Trail Loop Hamburg Pennsylvania
Scott's Run Nature Preserve Trail McLean Virginia
Sugarloaf Mountain and Northern Peaks Trail Dickerson Maryland
Avalon Loop Trail Baltimore Maryland
Annapolis Rock Trail Boonsboro Maryland
Great Falls Loop Trail McLean Virginia
Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail Columbia New Jersey
Billy Goat Trail Loop Potomac Maryland

Nearby Campgrounds

Lums Pond State Park

campground Bear, DE
Located just 20 minutes from Wilmington is Lums Pond State Park in the beautiful area of Bear. The campground in this national park has been recently upgraded, with 68 sites complete with electric, water and sewer hook-ups. The park has awesome facilities, with the focus on adventure. Thrill junkies will love this one. Swing from the trees on the new Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course, or for a more chill day, why not go boating or hiking. Of course, there are grills onsite for a good old camp cook up, and picnic tables to gather the family around. This site is open year around, which is perfect for those who like exploring nature through the seasons. The forestry is awe inspiring with trees towering over you for as far as the eye can see. Camping at Lums Pond is akin to a that of a stay in an enchanted forest. This campsite really showcases Delaware?s natural beauty at its absolute best.

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

attraction Philadelphia, PA
Apart from having some of the most incredible churches, cathedrals, and museums, Philadelphia is also home to Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens. You will be forgiven for wanting to get lost in these gardens as they soothe the soul and inspire the mind, with the fanciful layout of massive mosaic projects. An excursion through the Gardens will allow you take in the beauty of art in a different form, as everyday items find themselves the focus of expressive art themes. The Gardens were founded by Isaiah Zagar and has a rich history of community support, allowing it to be opened to the public in 2008. A visit to these gardens will leave you inspired to create beauty out of forgotten spaces in your own, personal environment. The Gardens are located near many other attractions in Philly?s city center, such as the Independence National Historical Park, Reading Terminal Market, Wanamaker Organ, and Walnut Street Theatre.

Old Mill Stream Campground

campground Lancaster, PA
Old Mill Stream Campground is tucked away next to a stream in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is 15 acres in size and is the perfect place to go if you want to explore Lancaster County. The park has both partial and full hookups, WiFi, laundry facilities, restrooms, a playground, and a country store. If you plan to spend a day at the park, there is plenty to do to keep you entertained. The park has a games room, half court basketball, horseshoes, and a GaGa Ball Pit. Right next door to the park, you will find the Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park. Old Mill Stream Campground will get you discounted tickets for the Amusement Park. Lancaster County is an area which is steeped in history, so make sure that you get a chance to go out and about. There are tours to the Amish Community, which will open your eyes to a whole new world. If you enjoy a tipple, why not visit one of Lancaster's craft breweries, or take a wine tasting tour? There is so much to see here that you will want to come back.

The Camden Children's Garden

attraction Camden, NJ
The Camden Children's Garden is designed for children and families. It is a special place to explore and discover the natural world. The four-acre garden provides horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play. Guests enter the Camden Children's Garden at the Main Plaza, offering an open space for gathering and people watching. Make a splash! during the spring and summer months as the Main Plaza's Water Spray Ground comes alive creating a fun atmosphere. Guests are encouraged to bring bathing suits, water shoes, and towels. Surrounding the Plaza are shade trees and benches, creating comfortable resting spots for parents and chaperones. The Children?s Garden has numerous rides, attractions, and activities for children. The Storybook Gardens, to give only one example, invite children to interact with some of their favorite stories including The Three Little Pigs, A Giant?s Garden, The Frog Prince, and Alice in Wonderland!! The Garden is located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia and adjacent to the Adventure Aquarium, Susquehanna Bank Center, Battleship New Jersey and Riversharks Stadium.

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.

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