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The upper east coast of the United States is tightly packed with attractions like national parks and famous cities. Not only is this a region rich with American history, but it also hosts some of the most beautiful vistas in the country with its stunning beaches, which overlook the Atlantic Ocean. An RV rental in Baltimore could be the perfect getaway for you and your family this summer.
RV rentals in Baltimore are a good idea because the area is well populated, with tons of supermarkets and massive parking lots that can accommodate your RV. Baltimore is also known for its ports and marinas, so it is worth checking out the old ships still in the harbor. Better yet, stop by a local eatery and try Baltimore’s famous seafood, especially anything to do with crab.
If you’re a fan of HBO’s The Wire, this is the perfect time to drive around the city and take in some familiar sights, as much of the show was filmed here. Still, Baltimore has more to offer than seafood and TV show locations, and because of its proximity to national and state parks, this is the perfect location for lovers of the outdoors.
The Great Outdoors
Baltimore is close to lots of national and state parks, as well as trails and rivers. When you rent an RV, you can have non-stop adventures. Just two hours away to the southwest is Shenandoah National Park, which is located in Virginia. The 2,000-mile long Appalachian Trail runs through this park for 105 miles, and every summer, thru-hikers attempt to complete the trail that starts in Georgia and ends in Maine. Shenandoah National Park is a great place to bring your Baltimore rental RV, and although none of the campgrounds offer hookups, all of them have potable water and most have dump stations. It’s a small price to pay to enjoy one of the most stunning national parks in the country.
There are outdoor parks closer to Baltimore like Patapsco Valley State Park, and North Point State Park. Patapsco Valley State Park is located only 15 miles from Baltimore and has three trails to choose from, but you can also fish, canoe, or mountain bike. An RV rental in Baltimore, Maryland offers the mobility and freedom to visit a handful of state parks within a two-hour radius.
Whether you’re an outdoors enthusiast or the kind of person who wants to relax away from the city, Baltimore has more than a few adventures awaiting you. On the other hand, if you're looking to hook up your RV and want more amenities, well, Baltimore has that, too.
The Capitol Campground in Millersville, Maryland could be a decent place to park your RV rental near Baltimore, just 18 miles south of the city. This RV park has all the amenities, like WiFi, a pool, pavilion and bike rentals and is well-reviewed on the KOA website. The campground sits on 50 acres and has shaded tent sites, camping cabins, deluxe cabins and offers activities like basketball and ping pong. Nearby is the United States’ capital city of Washington, D.C. and it is only a short shuttle ride away, which takes off from the RV park. The shuttle includes a sightseeing tour through this historic city, and you will see landmarks like the United States Capitol Building and many others.
Across the bay from Baltimore is the Bay Shore Campgrounds, which is home to attractions like birdwatching, crabbing, fishing, and hunting, but still has amenities like WiFi, and restaurants, shopping, and bars nearby. This campground has dump stations and hookups for your water and electric needs, and they also offer two bath houses, which include full showers. The campground is pet friendly with designated fire pits and a boat ramp. Take your Baltimore motorhome rental to this campground by the bay for incredible views and sunsets that will steal your breath away. And for the kids, there are basketball and volleyball courts so that they can tire themselves out.
Exploring the City
Rent a motorhome in Baltimore and experience all that the city has to offer, like going to a baseball game at Oriole Park at the Camden Yards. There’s nothing more American than eating a hotdog and hoping to catch a fly ball from the stands. For tourists 21 and over, there are city brew tours, which include over 15 different beers, a lunch and, most importantly, round-trip transportation. And for the kids? The Maryland Zoo has 1,500 animals on site and is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
Of course, this isn’t all that Baltimore has to offer, but you can explore more of this historic city in your RV Rental and create new adventures. Baltimore is a city with a rich culture, museums, history and has close proximity to public lands. No matter which way you drive with the Baltimore camper rental, you are in for an exciting adventure.
RV Rentals in Baltimore, MD
Baltimore, MD is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Baltimore. Outdoorsy's Baltimore RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
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Nearby to Baltimore 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, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Great Falls Park, and Bear Mountain State Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
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|Scott's Run Nature Preserve Trail||McLean||Virginia|
|Avalon Loop Trail||Baltimore||Maryland|
|Billy Goat Trail Loop||Potomac||Maryland|
|The Pinnacle Trail Loop||Hamburg||Pennsylvania|
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|Annapolis Rock Trail||Boonsboro||Maryland|
|Great Falls Loop Trail||McLean||Virginia|
|Cascade Falls and Rootball Loop Trail [CLOSED]||Elkridge||Maryland|