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RV Rentals in Allentown, PA

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RV Rentals in Allentown, PA

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Leave your worries in Philadelphia's Lehigh Valley when you book an RV rental in Allentown. Often overlooked in favor of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Allentown is a vibrant city home to picturesque parks, unique museums, and Pennsylvania Dutch heritage. You'll also find excursions to keep the kids happy, like Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom and the Da Vinci Science Center. And despite what Billy Joel says, people seem to love living in Allentown — it's one of the fastest-growing cities in the state!

Summers in Allentown are superb for camping. Temperatures stay in the mid-70s, perfect for long walks along the Lehigh River. Late summer also brings some of Allentown's top events, like Musikfest and the Great Allentown Fair. Winters in Allentown aren't bad either, with annual snow adding a bit of magic to your camping adventure. If you're spending the holidays in Allentown, don't miss out on PEEPSFEST® on New Year's Eve.

RV campgrounds in Allentown

RV campgrounds in Allentown

As one of the biggest cities in the state, Allentown has lots of campgrounds for RVers to enjoy. If you're looking for an RV campground in Allentown that doesn't skimp on amenities, consider the Allentown KOA Journey. Tucked away in a mountain valley 30 minutes from Allentown, this KOA features spacious sites with full hookups and 50-amp electricity. You won't be short of activities around camp, with a mini-golf course, swimming pool, and fishing opportunities on Switzer Creek. You can even keep your canine entertained at the on-site dog park. Home comforts include a laundromat, a general store, and Wi-Fi access.

Another highly-rated campground about 30 minutes from Allentown is Pine Hill RV Park. Located in Kutztown at the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Pine Hill RV Park offers big-rig friendly sites with full hookups and 30- and 50-amp electricity. There's never a dull moment at this campground, with regularly scheduled activities like wine tastings and festive celebrations. Amenities around camp include laundry services, showers, and bathrooms.

Or, stray slightly further from the city and park up at StonyBrook RV Resort. This campground is situated about 45 minutes north of Allentown, ideal for campers planning a day trip to the Poconos. Sites come with full hookups and 50-amp electricity. When you're not off exploring Pennsylvania Dutch Country, you can take a dip in the pool, catch supper at the stocked fishing pond, or challenge your crew to a game of Gaga. You'll also have access to a few useful amenities, like showers, free Wi-Fi, and a camp store.

Things to do in Allentown

Things to do in Allentown

Taking your Allentown RV rental into the city? It's worth knowing that Allentown is one of the most congested cities in Pennsylvania, so drive your rented rig carefully. If you're trying to park near the city, consider Walmart or at Lehigh Valley International Airport. Allentown also has a citywide bus service that operates seven days a week if you're not keen on driving.

Learn something new and keep your kids happy with a trip to the Da Vinci Science Center. This science museum aims to bring science to life through a range of imaginative, interactive exhibits for families to enjoy. Your little ones will love learning about the power of waves, leaving their mark on the giant pin wall, and exploring the tunnel maze.

Or, please the big and little kids in your crew with a day out at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom. One of the top theme parks in the state, Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom boasts over 45 rides for all ages. The highlight of this theme park is Steel Force, a rollercoaster that ranks as one of the top-10 longest coasters in the world. In between rides, catch an extravagant live show and chow down at one of the dozens of restaurants.

It's also worth visiting one of the great state parks just a stone's throw from Allentown. Nockamixon State Park is located 20 miles from the city and features thousands of acres of lush rolling hills around Nockamixon Lake. In the summer, Nockamixon State Park is one of the most popular parks in Pennsylvania, with outstanding fishing, boating, and windsurfing opportunities. During your visit, ensure you keep an eye out for some of the 250 bird species that visit the lake, including Baltimore orioles, osprey, and kingfishers.

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