2014 Keystone Fuzion 260
2014 Keystone Fuzion 260
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State College is located in the center of the state of Pennsylvania, in Centre County. Located close to Snow Shoe and Philipsburg, you will want to book an RV in Centre County if you wish to visit these other cities off the beaten path and surrounded by the breathtaking Appalachian Mountains.
The city is named for Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), which is located there and is responsible for the majority of the city’s economic growth. Penn State was founded as Farmer’s High School in 1855 but changed its name in 1953. State College got its nickname, Lion Country because of the school's basketball, football, hockey, soccer, volleyball, and wrestling teams, which are a major pastime in and around the city.
Should you be ready to explore some of the amazing mountainous recreational areas or other less-traveled highlights, getting a travel trailer rental in State College is the way to do it. There is an abundance of fabulous sightseeing opportunities and remote hiking and fishing spots in and around the area where you can catch a trophy bass or trophy buck, whichever you prefer.
Pennsylvania is a dream for outdoor lovers, and State College does not disappoint. Just minutes from State College, you can find Whipple Dam State Park in Jackson, Pennsylvania, which boasts 256 acres of greenery, mountains, and creeks surrounding the man-made Whipple Lake. The 22-acre lake is a fun place to fish, swim, and go boating, and there are picnic tables and pavilions to provide some cover and seating for your enjoyment.
If you plan to camp or park your RV for a weekend or longer, the 5,900-acre Bald Eagle State Park has quite a few RV accessible camping sites with electricity, water, sewer, and a dump station. This huge park has a 1,730-acre lake at the bottom of Bald Eagle Mountain where you can enjoy water sports like fishing, swimming, or boating.
Pennsylvania also has some of the best hiking and biking trails in the eastern United States. One such trail is Beaver Dam Trail, which is 2.3 miles of gravel walkway located at Parker Dam State Park in Clearfield County. The path meanders along meadows, pine trees, beaver dams, and streams where you can stop and take a selfie to share with all your friends. Rent an RV today, grab some family members, and head out this weekend to enjoy some relaxation.
When you book a motorhome rental near College Park, you will find some excellent RV parks in the area. One that you may enjoy is Woodland Campground in nearby Woodland. They offer 86 large pull-through RV sites with water, electricity, sewer, and even WiFi. In addition to the campground, you can find a beautiful lake, playgrounds for the kids, a game room, general store, a recreation room, restrooms, laundry facilities, and several hiking trails so you can get out and explore.
Located on the Juniata River, Waterside Campground and RV Park in Lewistown has 236 RV sites and a plethora of activities for everyone. Some of these include a game room, mini market, heated pool, clubhouse, laundry room, and a basketball court. If you like water sports, the river is a great place to fish, swim, go tubing, floating, or just spending a lazy day in your boat.
For those that like to hunt, the Seven Mountains Campground in Spring Mills offers 44 year-round spots with full hookups for your RV, showers, WiFi, Cable, fire rings, and picnic tables. There is also a recreation field for soccer and other activities, a lake full of fish, pavilions, and a bathhouse with hot showers. This peaceful wooded park has something for everyone. Rent a camper in State College and head out for some awesome recreational activities.
Just because the city is named after a college does not mean that’s all there is to do in town. In fact, there are quite a few fun, educational, and recreational things to do here and in the surrounding area. Besides the sports games and many parks in the town, you will also find an arboretum, several museums, plenty of food and dining choices, and other popular attractions.
You will find plenty of spacious parking lots for you to park your luxury motorhome rental from State College so that you and the family can head out into the outdoors and make some memories.
H.O. Smith Botanic Gardens Arboretum at Penn State offers free parking and admission, and there is more than just flowers and gardens to see. In fact, it is noted for being a place to study, reflect, learn, and enjoy, bring a book and relax. There are nature programs and classes, picnic areas, trails, and tours that you can take to explore the acres of vibrantly colored flowers and greenery.
If you like wine, jump in your State College RV rental and take a trip to the Happy Valley Vineyard and Winery. Not only will you be able to taste some fantastic wines, but you can also shop at the farmer’s market or just take a tour of the almost 10 acres of stunning vineyards. They also provide tours of the facility and have live music. Relax on the Happy Valley patio and enjoy a glass of wine.
Palmer Museum of Art is also a fantastic place to spend the day. Whether you’re an art lover or you’re hoping to see some amazing sculptures, the museum has something everyone will enjoy. There are over 8,200 objects, including Asian and European ceramics, contemporary paintings, and priceless objects from Africa, Europe, and Japan. The museum also has an auditorium, garden, and a print room.
If you get hungry while you are off on your adventures, you will find many different types of eateries from fine dining to fast food including several pizzerias, Sichuan food, Sushi bars, café’s, Mediterranean, and Korean food.
Pick up a motorhome rental in State College and head to the nearby shopping center. Here you will encounter everything from boutiques to dollar stores to department stores for you to pick up some souvenirs for the folks that decided not to come on your spectacular outdoor recreational adventure.