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Philadelphia RV Rentals

Are you planning to go on a road trip in Philadelphia? VroomVroomVroom can help you find the perfect RV rental for your next trip. We compare motorhome and campervan hire deals in Philadelphia so you can find the one that will best suit your budget and needs. Whether you are looking for a small camper or a luxury RV, you can easily find it in our list. 

Philadelphia attracts visitors with its sophisticated charm. The rich and colorful scenery of "Philly" frames its unique history that awes tourists and inspires townspeople during spring, summer, and fall. Franklin Square, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Valley Forge National Historical Park are only a few of the incredible sights to explore in "The city of brotherly love." Visit Philadelphia with an RV rental and discover the Philadelphia neighborhoods, restaurants, and the arts that keep the city at the top of destination travel.

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Top RV Parks and Campgrounds near Philadelphia

Colonial Woods Family Camping Resort rests at 545 Lonely Cottage Road in Upper Black Eddy, PA. Campground visitors with motorhome rentals enjoy the clean facilities and amenity services. On-site campervan rental service is complemented with cabin and cottage rentals. 8 on-site rentals are matched with RV park models, RV storage, and a self-service RV wash. Showers, laundry, and sewer service are also provided. Paved and gravel interior roads offer ease of driving. A heated pool, a spa, and a playground are available. 238 on-site spaces, pull-throughs, back-ins, and side-by-side hookups are on the grounds. 105 electrical hookups and some room for slideouts are paired with 130 extended-stay sites, ready for the any traveler.

Homestead Campground offers boating, fishing, and horseback riding at 1150 Allentown Road in Green Lane, PA. Tenting and tent sites are on the grounds with a veritable line up of on-site features. 110 site spaces are available and include pull-throughs, side-by-side hookups, and room for slideouts. Back-ins of 30 x 50 is allowed and the campground provides 40 full hookups, 70 electric hookups, and 110 gravel sites. Wi-Fi is readily available. Pond swimming, outdoor games, and a pool are provided to guests.  Access to laundry, a dump station, metered gas, and personal escorts to site are also included.

Timberlane Campground is at the center of the tri-state area and features camp facilities, restrooms, and more. Arrive in an RV rental at 117 Timberlane Road in Clarksboro, NJ and find peaceful recreation at the private, family-owned grounds. 15 minutes shy of downtown Philadelphia, Timberlane campground has swimming pools, a game room, pond fishing, and a playground. Showers, laundry, bathrooms, and LP gas are all on-site, covering more than 20 acres of woods and open range. Picnic tables and fire rings are on the grounds. Electric, water, sewer, and cable are also available. Motorhome rental visitors will find convenient tents and drive through sites.

Top Attractions in Philadelphia

Congress Hall in Philadelphia, PA housed the Federalists and the democratic Republicans--the earliest political parties in the nation. Visit Congress Hall and see the location that was the first home of the United Stated Congress from 1790 to 1800. See the large-scaled portraits of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI--gifts of the French government, on the second floor.

Institute of Contemporary Art invites travelers to witness the incisive achievements in contemporary Art. Explore the ICA and the surrounding sights in Philadelphia at 118 S. 36th Street. Get inspired by works and museum shows that pay homage to new exhibitions reminiscent and divergent from the artwork of Laurie Anderson, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Andy Warhol and more. Admission is free.

The Liberty Bell regales the uniqueness of America as the heroic symbol of human freedom. Learn about the myths of the famous Bell and its journey from the Whitechapel Foundry in the East End of London to Independence Hall in 1753. Travel by motorhome and see the Bell that was recast twice, in copper, and later in silver to enhance its beautiful tone. Come and see the Liberty Bell in its brilliance at 526 Market Street.