- Walk through museums
- Tour the neighborhoods of lower Manhattan
- Go to Times Square and grab a half-price ticket to a Broadway show
- Walk through Greenwich Village and Little Italy
- Take a bus or trolley ride
- Take an elevator to the top of the Empire State Building
- Wander through Grand Central Terminal and take a look at the decorative early urban architecture of the building
- Take a ferry from Battery Park to Ellis Island and marvel at the Statue of Liberty
If you do decide to stay in NYC with your New York RV rental, don’t miss out on the live music and performance venues New York City is famous for. There are several famous venues you’ll want to visit: Apollo Theater, Carnegie Hall, CBGBs, Cotton Club, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Palladium, and Radio City Music Hall.
Some New York RV rentals are looking for outdoor vacations and there are plenty of those too. You could bicycle the Hudson Valley, go on a canal bike / hike tour, canoe the Adirondacks, raft the Delaware River, golf at a distinguished course, go horseback riding at a dude ranch, ride a motorless sail-plane, or balloon over the Adirondacks, Catskills, Long Island, Letchworth State Park, and Chautauqua Lake. That’s an action-packed RV rental in New York.
Your New York RV rental vacation won’t be quite right until you’ve seen the great architecture and art that exists in New York. There’s also breathtaking Asian-style gardens, folk art traditions, Hispanic American heritage, great landscape painters from the Hudson River School, fine craft museums, galleries, and working studios that should be discovered. For a clear perspective of New York heritage, take a tour through the neighborhoods and you’ll get an up-close look at the culture that resides there.
If you’re looking to escape the city, drive your New York RV rental to upstate New York and you’ll find a fantastic place to relax. Saratoga Springs offers restorative spas, a race track, Niagara Falls, and the serene Finger Lakes. There’s a massive selection of mountains, cultures, and spas you’ll be able to visit. For a little more excitement, go downhill skiing at one of New York’s many slopes or visit a museum and a historic site. New York contains thousands of lakes and hundreds of miles of river so your New York RV rental vacation away from the city is sure to be exactly what you wanted it to be.
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