Lookup in awe at the city that never sleeps, where you can span continents of cultures in one day, experience Broadway, world-class comedy, rich green space and everything in between. While you may not think of camping in New York City, it is the ultimate way to get the best of everything this exciting city offers.
With ample RV parks to pick from get ready to take a bite out of the big apple! New York City is divided into boroughs all offering a different version of the city. In your USA RV holiday home, take in the scenery as you conveniently drive across the city and spend a day or two exploring each area. Here are a couple of RV Campgrounds to get your planning started:
Liberty Habour RV – Manhattan
The best way to experience the true excitement of NYC is to walk the streets. Park the RV for a couple of nights and escape driving in the infamous NYC traffic, don’t worry about paying for parking or expired meters. This campground is within walking distance to:
The Manhattan Ferry gives you easy access to:
Floyd Bennett Field Campground – Brooklyn
Drive across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and soak up the NYC scenery, grab a slice of famous Brooklyn pizza as you head to Floyd Bennett State Park. Park the RV at these beautiful waterside sites to offer you best option for NYC: access to all the hustle and bustle of city excitement with a serene natural setting for your return. Have an authentic NYC experience and jump on the subway to check out these must-see sights in Brooklyn:
Submerge yourself in the NYC culture, ride the subway, walk the streets, and feel the city excitement. Buy some NYC bagels and save a couple of bucks by having breakfast in your RV. Take in the best the city has to offer with the peace of returning to the comfort and quiet of your RV! With your USA RV rental the options to explore this magnificent city are endless.
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