Delaware is a beautiful state to explore with fantastic cities, like Wilmington, Dover, and Newark. An excellent way to explore this state is in an RV.
You will find many different options available. You may want to consider RVs that you can drive. These RVs come in different sizes, and they sleep from two to 10 people. For example, you can find a Thor Motor Coach ACE 30.2 that you can rent for about $260 per night and a Forest River RV FR3 32DS that you can rent for about $750 per night. You can also find smaller Class B RVs. For example, consider the Chevrolet Express 2500 renting for $177 per night or the Dodge Promaster 2500 159 Hightop renting for $210 per night. One of the most popular choices is a Class C RV. Consider the Forest River 3270S Ford at $750 per night or the Coachman RV Freelander 24FS Chevy 4500 renting for $250 per night.
There are more towable RVs than there are driveable RVs, and they are available in many different sizes and styles. You can rent the Jayco Jay Series 1008 for $65 per night or the Forest River RV Flagstaff High Wall HW27SC renting for $135 per night.
The most popular choice is travel trailers. if you enjoy the retro look, consider the Riverside RV Retro 190BH renting for $119 per night. There are also toy haulers available, like the Forest River RV Vengeance Toy Hauler, which rents for $115 per night. If you prefer to tow a fifth-wheel, you will also find choices available, like the Forest River RV Sierra 377FLK, which rents for $750 per night, or the Keystone RV Hideout 298BHDS renting for $140 per night.
Traveling in an RV makes so much sense if you are looking for an urban vacation because you can take your home with you.
It is easy to explore Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia when you're staying in Wilmington, although there are excellent reasons never to leave this city. You will love playing on its four beaches, and the river walk area is a fantastic place to go shopping. Of course, this city is also full of historical sites to explore.
Dover is home to Dover International Speedway, and it boasts numerous music festivals. You will love shopping at country stores and malls.
There are many historical sites to visit in Newark, including the fantastic National Civil War Centre and the air museum. You can also interact with the vendors at Market Place.
While there are no national parks in Delaware, you can reach Shenandoah National Park in under three hours. As you drive through this park on Skyline Drive, you will see beautiful scenery. Stop and take short walks to visit the waterfalls. The shortest option is the 1.4-mile hike starting near the Big Meadows Visitors Center. This area is also a fantastic spot to have a picnic while enjoying the scenery.
You will want to stop and explore many places, including enjoying the panoramic views from the top of Ragg Mountain. You can drive most of the way up or follow numerous hiking trails to reach the summit.
Explore Radian Camp, the getaway spot for numerous American presidents, and take a trail ride starting at the park’s stables. This area of the park can be a fantastic place to go fishing.
The Appalachian Trail runs through this park, and it makes a fantastic hiking option. If you have ever wanted to hike part of the trail, this national park provides a tremendous opportunity because of its easy accessibility.
Delaware is home to numerous state parks that you will want to explore while staying in your RV. Cape Henlopen State Park near Lewes is where Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. Over 1,000 people come to play on this park’s beaches during the summer. The Fort Miles Museum and Historical Area is a great place to explore, and you can see artifacts dating back to when William Penn’s family controlled this area. Learn more about wildlife and marine life by visiting the Seaside Nature Center.
Delaware Seashore State Park is a terrific place to go on a paddling and fishing adventure in Rehoboth Bay. You will also want to visit the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum to learn more about how these men protected early boaters.
Killens Pond State Park has a waterpark, and you will want to visit the nature center. Hike along the beautiful hiking trail along the millpond or go on a boating adventure on it.
Lums Pond State Park is a terrific spot to go ziplining. You will also want to see if you can spot the blue herons as you hike or bike along this park’s trails.
Trap Pond State Park is a great place to go on a pontoon ride with a park ranger to learn more about the swamp. You can also go on a paddling adventure. The Bob Trail is an exciting place to go biking or hiking while watching birds.
There are many monuments and landmarks that you will want to see in Delaware. Here are just a few:
You can find terrific places to go camping in the Piedmonts and on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. If you are looking for a beachfront camping destination, consider Holly Lake Campsites near Millsboro. All sites are in beautiful wooded settings, which is also a great place to go for a stroll. You will love their spacious swimming pool. Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are all less than 10 minutes away.
If you are looking for a quiet campground, consider Deep Branch Family Campground in Milton. There is no need to worry about forgotten supplies because this campground has a well-stocked camp store. This campground shares a boundary with the Primehook National Wildlife Refuge, and the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay are moments away.
Since 1997, families have enjoyed camping at G&R Campground near Houston. Planned activities happen throughout the summer, and they have a group hall where you can host meetings or reunions. You will love their swimming pool, and something exciting is constantly occurring in the activity hall.
If you need an RV dump station, then you can find terrific options in Delaware. Consider using RV dump stations at Lum's Pond State Park near Bear in the Piedmonts part of the state. Along the coast, consider using dump stations at Dover International Speedway near Dover, Killens Pond State Park near Felton, Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, or Yogi Bears Jellystone Campground in Lincoln. Keep in mind that some dump stations may only be open seasonally and that some may charge a small fee.
There is no shortage of fun festivals that you can attend in Delaware. Consider making the most of these events by bringing an RV to them. Options include:
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Delaware?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Delaware from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Delaware?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.