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Philadelphia is known as the birthplace of America and is rife with historical sites and over 60 beautiful parks. There are plenty of Insta-worthy photo ops at the 2000+ outdoor murals, as Philadelphia has the most public art of any other US city. Plus, they have a ton of Impressionist paintings – out of every city in the world, they come in second only to Paris. Philadelphia, PA, is also known as the city of firsts. From the nation’s first newspaper to the first hospital, it all started here. Outside of the city, you can immerse yourself in nature at one of the state parks, but beach bums will want to head to the Atlantic shore. There are plenty of coastal towns to explore, and family-friendly Ocean City, NJ, is only an hour away. Book an RV in Philadelphia and plan the perfect trip exploring the East Coast. From Philly, it only takes about two hours to get to three of the most iconic cities in the U.S.A.: New York, Washington D.C., and Scranton (for all of The Office fans out there).


The Great Outdoors


There are more than 15 state parks within easy driving distance of Philly, but some are day-use only. Search for an RV in Philadelphia and rent an RV by-owner to make traveling simple. Benjamin Rush is the only state park within city limits, and has routes for hiking, biking, and skiing. They also grow a vast community garden and have a dedicated field for model airplane flying. Ridley Creek State Park is open year-round and has 13 miles of trails for visitors to enjoy, including five miles of horse riding trails. You can bring your own, or contact the onsite equestrian facility to take a riding lesson or arrange a pony ride for children. Find an activity for everyone at Tyler State Park – from hiking to boating, disc golfing to nature walks, there are plenty of opportunities for fun. While you’re there, you may see wildlife such as snapping turtles, muskrats, frogs, and various types of forest and field birds. For the avid hiker, biker, or rider, the Wissahickon Valley Park has over 50 miles of trails that wind through the gorge, leading you to Philadelphia’s last standing covered bridge. If you want to set up camp, head to French Creek State Park and stay up to 14 nights. The park contains the largest block of contiguous forest in the 260 miles between D.C. and New York, and there are activities year-round. You can also step back in time by visiting Valley Forge National Park, and be inspired by the story of George Washington leading the troops in the Revolution. Reenactment actors provide educational programs and interactive stories, and the park also has a 9 self-guided driving tour of the historic sites you can take in your RV rental from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Philadelphia parks are stunning year-round. Wildflowers abound in the spring, and summer brings lush foliage and perfect weather to splash around in a creek. The forests are set ablaze in vibrant orange and crimson in the fall, and winter snows are enchanting. Enjoy all four seasons in your luxury RV rental in Philadelphia.


RV Parks


Finding an RV rental in Philadelphia, PA, is easy, and so is finding a place to stay. For a traditional RV and camping experience, the Philadelphia South/Clarksboro KOA is beautifully wooded with electric hookups, free WiFi, a pool, fishing area, and dog park. It’s right off of I-295, and only 12 miles from the city. The 401 bus has a stop a mile away and comes every two hours, taking you straight into the city. A great option for people who want to spend the majority of their time exploring downtown would be the Campus Park and Ride – an RV parking area with 24-hour transport to and from the city using shuttles to the Philadelphia Transit System buses and trains. Amenities include restrooms and showers, water and electric, a dump station, and WiFi.


There are several diesel gas stations around the city, with many extending up the northeast area of the city. Public parking is quite accessible as there are two Walmarts on the northern side of Philly with access to public transit (you’ll want to take the MFO and R line buses), and one on the south side that also has easy access to city buses.  


Exploring the City


Philadelphia is a historic city full of national landmarks. One of the main attractions is the infamous, cracked Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell Center is steps away from Independence Hall, also referred to as the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Book a tour to get into Independence Hall, and see firsthand where the Founding Fathers dreamed up our nation. The National Constitution Center takes an interactive approach to history, with multimedia productions and displays for visitors to get up close and personal with the United States’ most famous documents, including the original copy of the Emancipation Proclamation. If your kids are bored of history (we’ve all been there), the Please Touch Museum is the perfect place for them to burn off some energy and play with interactive exhibits.


This city has a lot of nicknames, and the most unique has to be “the City of Brotherly Love”. Feel the love by exploring the vibrant neighborhoods in the city (bonus points if you can find the playground where the Fresh Prince spent most of his days). Center City is in the heart of downtown and encompasses historic Old City and Rittenhouse Square. Old City has cobblestone streets lined with incredible restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries. Visit on the first Friday of the month for the gallery hop! Rittenhouse Square is full of gorgeous historic buildings, museums, and restaurants with patio dining for the warm summer months. The part of Philly best known for its LGBT nightlife is Midtown Village. Head north and you will come across Fishtown, an up and coming area known for its independent everything.

Philadelphia is a city that is full of surprises. Outdoorsy has the best RV rentals in Philadelphia, so you can turn your vacation into the trip of a lifetime.

RV Rentals in Philadelphia, PA

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

There are many popular rentals in Philadelphia. Outdoorsy's Philadelphia 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 Philadelphia 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
White Shore Trail Alpine New Jersey
The Pinnacle Trail Loop Hamburg Pennsylvania
Glen Onoko Falls Trail Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania
Avalon Loop Trail Baltimore Maryland
Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Ramapo Park and Cannonball Trail Oakland New Jersey
Pyramid Mountain Loop Trail Boonton New Jersey
Cascade Falls and Rootball Loop Trail [CLOSED] Elkridge Maryland
Stairway to Heaven Trail Vernon New Jersey
Mount Tammany - Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop Trail Columbia New Jersey

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Pacific Pride Commercial

921 Middletown Warwick Rd (301 North) Middletown, DE 19709
Network Super Plus

Everest Auto Repair

690 Kirkwood Highway Newark, DE 19711
(SR)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Newark, DE 19702
Northbound, Southbound, exit on left, 30 truck parking spaces, 24/7 Store, Restrooms, Starbucks, Popeyes, Burger King, Famiglia Pizza, Baja Fresh Express, Aunti Annies, Carvel, Cinnabon, Cafe Brioche Doree, Internet, Travel Store, ATM, Pay Phones, Recycling Bins (R)

Port Wilmington Tank Wash Inc

500 Lambson Ln, I-495, exit 2 New Castle, DE 19720
tank cleaning, Foodgrade & chemical tank wash.

American Tank Trailer

535 S Market St, I-95 & I-495 Wilmington, DE 19801
tank cleaning, Clean non-placarded chemicals.

Foodliner Inc

206 Hansen Court Newark, DE 19713
tank cleaning, Foodgrade only.

Alexander RV Center

1271 South Dupont Hwy Smyrna, DE 19977
General repair, Parts sales, Parts installation (SR)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Smyrna, DE 19977
Northbound, Southbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap, RV Dump Station($10), Vending Machines, TSE CabAire (R)

Slicers Camping Trailers, Inc.

769 S. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Jayco, Palomino RV, Tiffin (D)

Dana Railcare

1280 Railcar Ave, I-495, exit 3 Wilmington, DE 19802
tank cleaning, Call for information.

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

Indian Rock RV Park Campground

campground Jackson, NJ
20 miles outside of Trenton, New Jersey, you will find Indian Rock RV Park Campground. Indian Rock is a excellent place to bring your RV rentals from NJ, which has lots of shade, and a swimming pool! Unique to this campground is the Bark Park, a playground for dogs. The RV campsites are spacious, and all sites have water and electricity which is great place for your RV rentals from NJ. Designated RV sites have sewer hookups as well. The laundry room has good machines and is reasonably priced. This campground is good for kids, as there is a playground for them, too! While taking your trip in a RV rental from NJ through Outdoorsy, the trees are plentiful and just the right kind to help string up your hammock. Sites each have picnic tables and fire rings, so you can enjoy all the outdoor pleasures of camping. This park is close to amenities and things to do including at least two wineries within ten miles, and Six Flags is just a few minutes away. If you prefer to stay at the campground, activities are often organized on site.

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.

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.

Timberlane Campground

campground Clarksboro, NJ
Timberlane Campground is a private family owned campground, with a kind, courteous staff. The campground is situated on 20 acres, with both open and wooded sites. They also have a catch and release fishing pond for both novice and experienced anglers. Whitetail deer and wild turkey are frequent guests at the campground.Timberlane Campground is centrally located, only 1/2 mile off Interstate 295, and only 15 minutes from the Philadelphia downtown historical district. This is a perfect place for families. They have a game room, play ground, swimming pools and fishing pond. The bathrooms are modern and very clean with hot showers, and are handicap accessible. For your convenience, there are laundry facilities and LP gas on the grounds.The Campground has 82 RV Sites, 14 Tent Sites, 82 Full Hookup, 14 No Hookup, 30 Amps, 82 50 Amps, 51 Pull Thru sites. For those who like to rough it in the great outdoors, they have tent sites available. Or if you would prefer a little more comfort, they offer a camping cabin. Whatever your recreational needs might be, they will work to fulfill them.

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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