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New York RV Rentals

For visitors who want to tour the Big Apple, an RV rental in New York can help you get around and experience many great attractions. VroomVroomVroom can help you find and compare motorhome deals that will suit your budget and needs. If you prefer a smaller vehicle, we also compare rental cars in New York​.

Location Overview

New York City is famous around the world as being a center for arts and finance. The USA's biggest city is home to many iconic attractions like the High Line, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Grand Central Terminal and Brooklyn Bridge. New York City is a great destination to pick up your RV rental and explore upstate New York and New Jersey. If you’re looking for the best road trip itineraries from "The City That Never Sleeps," click here​.

Some of our favorite things to do year-round in New York are:

Summer (June, July, August): The city is jam-packed with music festivals, events and outdoor concerts, including the Governors Ball, Hot 97 Summer Jam, NYC Pride Week, Afropunk Festival and CityParks SummerStage. Of course, it wouldn't be the 4th of July in New York City without the annual Macy's fireworks display. Only a 2-hour drive following I-495 E, the Hamptons is a favorite destination to take a day trip from NYC. Relax and enjoy some of the best beaches here like Cupsogue, Tiana, Ponquogue and Coopers Beach.

Fall (September, October, November): Celebrate Oktoberfest and raise a glass of your favorite German beer at Watermark Bar in the famous South Street Seaport. Make sure to visit the Queens Night Market for a solid mix of food and arts. Or join the oldest and largest street festival in New York, known as the Atlantic Antic held every year on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. Only a 2-hour drive from NYC via I-87 N, check out the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze in Hudson Valley for some Halloween fun.

Winter (December, January, February): Plenty of outdoor rinks in the city are open for winter fun. These include The Rink at Rockefeller Center, World Ice Arena, Riverbank State Park Ice Skating Rink, Staten Island Skating Pavilion, and Wollman Rink in Central Park. Make sure to visit some of the city's best holiday markets or drive to the Windham Mountain Resort in the Catskill Mountains for a ski getaway.

Spring (March, April, May): Admire the famous cherry blossom festival at Brooklyn Botanic Garden in April. Popularly known as Sakura Matsuri, the event celebrates Japanese culture with marvelous entertainment. The annual Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx is another sight not to be missed. Springtime also marks the return of Major League Baseball. Make sure to cheer for the Yankees and the Mets during your NYC trip.

Year-Round: There are many attractions that you can explore in New York City for free. Check out the New York Public Library, Rockefeller Center Public Art, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Socrates Sculpture Park, and the Bronx Museum. Other favorite highlights in the city include the famed Central Park, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Times Square, and Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Of course, no trip to NYC is complete without seeing an award-winning Broadway musical.

Recommended RV Parks and Campgrounds in New York

New York City North / Newburgh KOA is less than an hour's drive from New York City and can be found near the Catskill Mountains. The park on Freetown Highway has approximately 65 acres dedicated to resort-style camping. Guests can take advantage of this site's daily tours of famous New York landmarks like Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty.

Black Bear Campground is located on Wheeler Road in Orange County, which is only an hour away from New York City. The park has a lot to offer RV travelers, starting with a swimming pool and recreation area. Families will enjoy the playground, mini-golf course, basketball courts, and volleyball courts. Pets are welcome in this park.

Eastern Long Island Kampgrounds is a family-owned campsite for trailers, tents, and RV rentals. Located in Queens Street in Greenport, this RV park aims to pamper campers with facilities including a swimming pool and game room. Families with children can make use of the playground while enjoying the rest of the campground. This park is within walking distance to Long Island South, and nearby sandy beaches.

Heckscher State Park is located in East Islip, New York and is about 50 miles away from downtown New York. The park lies on 1,600 acres of land and is a suitable place to park an RV on the south shore of Long Island. Families can have picnics in the shady groves, while spacious, open fields can be used for sports like soccer and football. The park has multi-purpose trails for campers who love to go biking or hiking.

Featured Attractions in New York

Rockefeller Center is a complex spanning 22 acres and 19 commercial buildings located in mid-town Manhattan, between 5th and 6th Avenue. Visitors can see an amazing view of the city on Top of the Rock, a rooftop observation deck at Rockefeller. In winter, tourists flock to Rockefeller Center for a chance to skate on its popular ice rink. This famous tourist attraction became a historic landmark in 1987.

Empire State Building is often called the world’s most famous building. Situated on the west side of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, between 33rd and 34th Streets, see the rest of the city from approximately 305 meters above the street level.

Statue of Liberty which stands in Upper New York Bay symbolizes hope and freedom. Made of copper, the colossal statue lights up the night and has been a New York City (and American) classic landmark since 1886. Visitors can get to this famous statue by ferry and it is the perfect spot to snap a few photos while on your vacation.

FAQs About Renting an RV in New York

How old do you have to be to rent an RV in New York?

You’ll need to be at least 25 years old or older to rent an RV in New York. Check with your rental provider for other requirements and additional fees.

What type of license do I need to drive an RV in New York?

A current and valid driver's license is required. If your license is not in English, an International Driving Permit (IDP) or an accredited English Translation will be asked along with the foreign driver’s license.

How do I pay for my RV rental?

You’ll need to bring a major credit card in your name to cover the security deposit. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card are mostly accepted. While payment by check or cash is not permitted. More information on credit card payment can be found here​.

What if I am late in returning the vehicle?

A fee will be charged for each hour you are late. Call your RV provider immediately if you’ll be late. For more information, click here​.

Where can I camp for free in New York?

New York has plenty of free campgrounds including the North Harmony State Forest in Panama and Bonaparte’s Cave State Forest in Harrisville.