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Known for being one of the liveliest and most populous city centers in Vermont, Burlington is an excellent place to rent an RV. There is truly no other place like this charming little community on the shores of Lake Champlain, known for its unique, Bohemian culture, its higher education institutions like University of Vermont and Champlain College, its large hospitals, and its international airport. True to its spirit, Burlington is also one of the earliest cities to run entirely off of renewable energy.

Burlington was first settled a few years after independence was achieved in 1783. The town then served as a staging point for troops during the War of 1812, fighting the Canadian neighbors to the north despite the unpopularity of the war for New Englanders. Burlington was finally incorporated as a city in 1865, and since then, it has chugged along to become the cultured powerhouse it is today.

Between its universities, historic neighborhoods, gorgeous landscapes, vibrant music scene, and the high volume of boutiques, art galleries, and museums, you can book an RV in Burlington and have the time of your life. Burlington is around an hour's drive from the state capital Montpelier, and three hours' drive from Albany, New York when you rent an RV and feel like venturing off to explore the entire Northeast region.

The Great Outdoors

It may be one of the smallest states in the Union, but Vermont is absolutely loaded with spectacular landscapes, epic mountains, lush forests, and some of the best fall foliage imaginable. No matter the season, Vermont thrives through tourism, either from the summertime sightseers, or the skiers and snowboarders in the winter. Furthermore, there is no shortage of state parks in Vermont to visit with your Burlington RV rental, like Niquette Bay State Park. This petite park sits on the Malletts Bay of Lake Champlain, just minutes off of Interstate 89. The park is set up for day-use only, but its dreamy nature trails, secluded beaches, and refreshing swimming areas make for some excellent outdoor recreation. You can even fish in the lake or take your kayak for a spin on the water.

Sand Bar State Park and Grand Isle State Park can both be found on Lake Champlain too, each offering their own unique features. Sand Bar State Park is tiny, situated right next to a massive bird watching area called the Sand Bar National Waterfowl Management Area. This popular beach is lively in the summertime, with food concessions, kayak and canoe rentals, and thousands of swimmers and beachgoers sun tanning and strolling along the lakeside. Grand Isle State Park also has some amazing beaches, along with volleyball courts, boat ramps, picnic spots, and a campground where you can camp with the Burlington motorhome rental.

Camels Hump State Park is one of the largest in Vermont, named for The Camel’s Hump, a distinct and massive mountain in a state known for its lofty mountain hikes. You can hike to the summit of this 4,000-foot-high giant, and enjoy jaw-dropping views of the fiery fall foliage in autumn. Green Mountain National Forest is the largest natural area in the state, with 400,000 acres of land covering wide swaths of the state. There are eight wilderness areas in the forest along with some of the state’s best ski and snowboarding mountains. On top of that, you can camp at one of the forest’s campgrounds when you rent an RV in Burlington.

RV Parks

When you pick up your Burlington RV rental, there are plenty of suitable places to stay. Any of the public campgrounds along the lakeside will do, like North Beach Campground which is owned and maintained by the city. This urban campground is right across the road from one of the area’s nicest beaches, complete with restroom facilities, laundry rooms, hot showers, and all the basics.

Shelburne Camping Area is just south of town, within walking distance of golf courses, restaurants, shops, museums, and an ice cream factory. You can play in the lake, splash around in the park’s pool, and enjoy spacious camping spots during your stay.

Apple Island Resort is an upscale experience on one of the lake’s many islands. You can head there in your Burlington camper rental and enjoy amenities like rustic cabins, sparkling pools, a general store, a golf course, a marina, and so much more.

City Attractions

You can look far and wide, but finding a more unique and interesting city than Burlington is a challenge. This small city does its very best to pack the most entertainment possible into its tiny area. You can’t throw a rock in Burlington without hitting some sort of farmer’s market, brewery, or distillery, and the restaurant and dining culture is a real selling point. The Church Street Marketplace is an award-winning open-air shopping area in the heart of town, frequently full of street performers, college students, families on vacation, and vendors selling all sorts of wares. There are numerous places to shop and dine, as well as a bevy of historical buildings lining the brick walking road. The Burlington Farmers Market is also a wonderful place to shop for produce and pick up souvenirs for friends and family back home.

The Flynn Center for the Performing Arts is a small venue housed in an old Art Deco style theater, where you can see a variety of live acts, performances, and musical concerts. Some of the world’s best talent stops in Burlington to play this legendary theater, due in part to the college town’s love for music. The Robert Hull Fleming Museum of Art is full of artistic masterpieces featuring art from local artists, European art from centuries ago, and pieces from as far away as Africa and Asia. You can even find ancient artifacts from long lost civilizations in this amazing space built in 1931.

When you rent an RV in Burlington, you don't want to miss a chance to see the World’s Tallest Filing Cabinet, a quirky installation in Burlington that no longer holds the title for being the tallest. The artistic piece was built in 2002 and is used by wild birds to make nests in the upper drawers.

RV Rentals in Burlington, VT

Burlington, VT is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Burlington. Outdoorsy's Burlington 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 Burlington are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, Monadnock State Forest, Crawford Notch State Park, and Adirondack Park.

What's around Burlington, VT


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mount Willard Trail Carroll New Hampshire
Mount Marcy from Adirondak Lodge Newcomb New York
Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop Franconia New Hampshire
Buck Mountain Trail Pilot Knob New York
Tuckerman Ravine Trail to Mount Washington Gorham New Hampshire
Welch and Dickey Loop Trail Thornton New Hampshire
Sleeping Beauty Mountain and Lake George Trail Fort Ann New York
Cascade to Porter Mountain Trail Lake Placid New York
Hadley Mountain Trail Hadley New York
Arethusa Falls and Frankenstein Cliff Trail Bartlett New Hampshire

Nearby Campgrounds

Lone Pine Campsites

campground Colchester, VT
Known as Vermont?s Favorite Family Campground located in beautiful Lake Champlain Valley. You'll have 265 roomy and shaded sites to choose from. Amenities include a wide variety of outdoor activities, including swimming in one of their pools, basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts, and mini golf. Campgrounds have barbecue fire pits, dump station, bike and walk paths, WIFI and more. Nearby Burlington offers additional fun activities, such as dining cruises, fishing, and museum. Your furry friend can accompany you as well. Easy to fit your RV rental in to this park.

Shelburne Camping

campground Shelburne, VT
Located only 6 miles from Burlington, Shelburne Camping offers a great pristine Vermont destination within the Champlain Valley. You can have water hook ups, sewer, full electrical and cable for your RV. There?s even an onsite restaurant ?Dutch Mill Family Restaurant? in case you get tired of cooking. So you can still enjoy the beauty of nature without roughing it too much. Use your RV rental to visit friends or family staying here during the summer.

Burlington Bike Path

attraction Burlington, VT
Enjoy great views of the city and get your heart rate pumping during your time off. With RV parks right down by the water you can ride miles of traffic free roads to the path. Enjoy the ride and the views... yes we mention views again because this path has them in spades.

North Beach Campground

campground Burlington, VT
There are 137 sites within 45 acres of woods and beach on the shores of Lake Champlain. You'll think you are tucked away in a rural setting, but North Beach Campground is in fact an urban campground. There are grills and tables, access to 9 miles of bike path, a sunny beach with lifeguards, Wi-fi and more. Excellent facilities for your RV rental trip.

Lake Champlain Islands

attraction Burlington, VT
These gems are known for their stunning scenery, heritage, agriculture and flourishing arts scene. There is something to do each season. You can visit Snow Farm Winery, the state?s first vineyard, historic structures such as the Hyde Log Cabin built in 1783, or St. Anne?s Shrine and the Chazy Reef, the world's oldest coral reef.

Church Street Marketplace

attraction Burlington, VT
Four blocks encompass this open air mall, making it the center of activity for the city. You'll have 100 restaurants and shops to choose from. Year round there are festivals and buskers. If you?d rather take a walk you can delight in learning about the historic architecture that surrounds the market.

Nearby Parks

Recommendations for Burlington, VT from Outdoorsy Owners


Biking on the Causeway is very cool! Get camp outside of the city and bike in for lunch from more remote areas like Hero or Isles.

Aug 27, 2018

Shelburne Camping Area has a dump station for $10. Call ahead for hours of operation. 802-985-2540

Jun 9, 2018