If you`ve been thinking about taking a trip in an RV rental, New York should be high on your list. New York has so much to experience in terms of scenery, from its farmlands, to mountains, to lakes, making it the perfect destination for an RV trip. The state has a great deal to offer outside of the sprawling metropolis of New York City, and renting an RV in New York from Cruise America is the best way to see it all!
Robert H. Tremen State Park - If you`re looking to take a road trip through New York in your RV rental, Robert H. Tremen State Park should be high on your list. With a pool, hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing, this is the perfect stop when you`re looking to enjoy some time outdoors. Robert H. Tremen State Park is also known for its picturesque waterfalls. Lower Falls is popular due to the fact that it`s the perfect spot for a swim, with lifeguards and a diving board. A hike up through the Enfield Glen Gorge will also take you to Lucifer Falls, which is 115 feet.
The Thousand Islands - The Thousand Islands is a perfect destination for any trip through New York, as it has so much to offer. Located between northern New York State and southeastern Ontario, visitors have been enjoying the area`s breathtaking scenery and wealth of activities for more than 150 years. Actually made up of 1,864 islands, this region is perfect for exploring, with castles, lighthouses, museums, shopping, and more. With more than a dozen parks in the area, you`ll have ample choices when it comes to overnight parking for your motorhome rental.
Fort Ticonderoga - If you`re interested in diving into our nation`s history, be sure to turn your RV rental towards Fort Ticonderoga. Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, this was the site of an important victory in the American Revolution. Visitors can now hike its trails, walk through historic gardens, and learn about what life was like here hundreds of years ago. History comes to life in re-enactments for special events, and visitors can learn about historic trades like tailoring and shoe-making, making it the perfect destination for the entire family.
Lake Placid - In the heart of the Adirondacks, Lake Placid attracts travelers from all over, it is one of RVers favorite spots, and for good reason. The Adirondacks is one of the top places for our Cruise America RV renters in New York to travel when the leaves are changing in the fall. You`ll find enjoyable outdoor activities year round though, from skiing and tobogganing in the winter, to enjoying hiking, sailing and paddle boarding on the lake in the spring and summer. The 2.7-mile walk around Mirror Lake is simply not to be missed. You`ll even find special activities offered throughout the year, so be sure to check when you`re planning your visit. If you`re tired of outdoor activities, you`ll also find the nearby community has plenty to offer in terms of shopping, upscale restaurants, and even spas.
Niagara Falls State Park - You shouldn`t take a road trip through New York without seeing the famous Niagara Falls. Millions of visitors come every year to see the immense natural beauty of the falls. With the state park located on 400 acres, you`ll also find there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, as well as an array of protected wildlife and great places to camp in your motorhome rental. Be sure to take a ride on the Niagara Scenic Trolley, where you can take in the scenery in comfort while learning about the history of the area. You`ll find a host of other activities as well, including, an aquarium, adventure theater, hiking trails, and even an exciting tour where visitors can stand in the mist zone. The falls are illuminated every night of the year in a stunning LED display, and if you check the schedule you might even catch a firework display on your trip.
Howe Caverns - After taking in all the forests and waterfalls you`ll find in New York State, try something completely different by visiting Howe Caverns. This is one of the largest cave systems in the Northeast, making it a top tourist destination. The cave system was first opened to the public in 1843, and has grown to become a major attraction. Visit the Cave House Museum of Mining & Geology next door to learn about the cave`s formation, geology, and even the wildlife you`ll find inside.
The Enchanted Forest - If you`re looking for a fun family activity, look no further than The Enchanted Forest, the state`s largest water park. Located in the historic village of Old Forge, you`ll find more than 50 rides and attractions at the Enchanted Forest, making it the perfect stop off if you have kids.
Find out why so many Cruise America rv rental customers enjoy this beautiful state by seeing it for yourself!