Pennsylvania is a large state with a vast area to cover, and there is no better way to see it all than in a Pennsylvania RV rental. No matter what you want to see, there are going to be facilities nearby that will accommodate your RV, and if you do not have an RV that you can use, then you can easily rent one. If you are looking for a cheaper way to travel and you have a vehicle that can tow an RV, then you can consider a pop-up camper rental in Pennsylvania.
There are also luxurious models that you can consider for your rental that will make you feel like you are staying in an upscale hotel. If you need help figuring out which type of RV works best for your needs, check out RVshare’s RV classes page.
Many campgrounds in Pennsylvania are worth considering. If you are visiting near Lake Erie, then West Haven RV Park and Campground is a great place to consider. If you want to visit the area around Hershey Park, they even have an official Hershey Park Camping Resort. If you need more ideas where you can stay in the state, RVshare has a Pennsylvania campground page that you can check out.
There are no national parks in the state of Pennsylvania. The closest ones to the state include Shenandoah National Park, which is located in Virginia, and Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which is located in Ohio. Shenandoah is a beautiful place where you can explore the Blue Ridge Mountains and take in some of the forests and the waterfalls in the area. Cuyahoga Valley National Park has more than 100 picturesque waterfalls to explore.
Pennsylvania does have its share of state parks. Visit Presque Isle State Park in Erie to check out the old lighthouse. French Creek State Park is great for hiking and camping.
Since the state is so large, it will be nearly impossible to explore all there is to see in a single trip. To make it easier to come back, you may want to look into a storage facility that will allow you to keep your RV there for a little while. Some of the options in Pennsylvania include Premier Boat/RV Storage in Dillsburg and Heritage RV Storage in Leesport.
When it comes time to dump your sewage and wastewater, you are going to need to know where it can be dumped for little to no cost. Most campgrounds have free dumping for guests who are staying with them, but they also allow anyone to use the dumpstations for a small fee. Western Village in Carlisle is one of the convenient rv dumpstations near the center of the state. In the Philadelphia area, Village Scene Park is an option, and in the Pittsburgh area, Fox Den Acres Campground is a viable option.
When you are exploring Pennsylvania, you can take the time to visit the sweetest place on Earth: Hershey Park. There are more than 70 rides and attractions in the park, and you can also visit Zoo America and Hershey’s Chocolate World as well. Other interesting places to visit include the Philadelphia Zoo and the Amish villages in Lancaster County. Stop by Roadside America in Shartlesville to see a vast miniature city on display. Head to Altoona to see a remarkable engineering marvel: the Horseshoe Curve, a railroad curve built into the side of a mountain.
If you would like to see a baseball game in Pennsylvania, you can either check out the Philadelphia Phillies or the Pittsburgh Pirates. For football, both cities have teams as well: the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins are ice hockey teams that have each won Stanley Cups.
The High Point National Motorcross is an event that can be enjoyed by all ages! The daredevil turns and jumps, the cheers from the crowd, the excitement of kids watching in real life scenes they play with their toys - it all adds up to a thrilling day at the races. And since it’s all outside, you can enjoy a beautiful day of scenery and views at the same time.
Interstates 76 and 80 run east-west. North-south highways include I-81, I-83, and I-95. U.S. Route 30, part of the old Lincoln Highway, runs through the entire state.