You won't be short of things to do during your Pittsburgh RV trip. Whether you want to check out Pennsylvania's wilderness or visit some of the city's top museums, an RV gives you the freedom to explore the best of The Steel City. You'll find several parking lots in Pittsburgh that welcome oversized vehicles; however, parking is pricey, and traffic can be bumper to bumper. To avoid any issues during a visit to downtown, consider leaving your motorhome or trailer outside the city and use Pittsburgh's light rail and bus services to get around with ease.
At the heart of the city, you'll find great cultural attractions like the Andy Warhol Museum. A museum dedicated to Pittsburgh's most famous artist, the Andy Warhol Museum boasts the world's largest collection of works by this pop art pioneer, including over 4,000 films and 900 paintings. One of the best activities for families in Pittsburgh is the Carnegie Science Center. Young and old will love experimenting at the interactive exhibits and stargazing at the Buhl Planetarium. One of the highlights is the USS Requin, a decommissioned World War II submarine that is open for tours.
Planning to explore the great outdoors during your stay in Pittsburgh? Travelers looking for a peaceful park for a picnic without straying far from the city should consider Point State Park. Located on a stretch of land where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers form the Ohio River, this 34-acre park offers sweeping vistas of Pittsburgh's skyline. These three rivers are popular with anglers, and the 37-mile Three Rivers Heritage Trail is perfect if you fancy a riverside stroll.