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Cruise America – New York

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RV Rentals in New York

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Class C 21′-28′

RV Model 36-C21-28

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  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van

RV Model 37-B17

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  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van 18′

RV Model 37-B18

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  • Sleeps 5

Class A 32′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-AS32E

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′ Economy Sunshine

RV Model 41-C25E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 28′ Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-C28E

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Class C 25′ With Slide Sunshine

RV Model 41-CS25E

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Class C 30′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-CS30E

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 7

T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 2

Class A 34′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A34

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 6

Class A 35′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A35

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Class C 22′

RV Model El Monte C22

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model El Monte C25

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Class C 28′

RV Model El Monte C28

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Class C 31′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte C31

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 8

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I rent an RV with USA RV Rentals?

USA RV Rentals is an online travel company that works with only top quality RV rental companies. Booking with us gives you the peace of mind knowing that you always have great companies behind you.  You will get professionally cleaned units, roadside assistance, and the confidence knowing that your RV will be ready for you when you arrive. 

How much does it cost to rent an RV in New York? 

Prices fluctuate based on season, location, and availability similar to airline prices. In general, the earlier you book, the lower the price. On average you can expect to pay between $40 and $150 per night for a small RV and $60 to $300 for a larger RV.

Is unlimited mileage available with an RV rental in New York?

Yes, it is possible to get unlimited miles with your RV rental. There is usually an additional charge for unlimited miles so make you check the mileage included in your quote. You can talk to one of our staff if you need assistance.

What happens if I need assistance while renting the RV?

Most rental locations have 24-hour roadside assistance.

Can I do a one way RV rental from New York?

Yes, many of our locations will allow you to do one way RV rentals.

Is it possible to travel in the winter in an RV from New York?

Yes, you can travel in the winter but there will be some restrictions while traveling. While in colder weather you will need to have the water tank empty. This means there will be no shower or toilets. When you get to a warmer destination you may add the water back on.

Places to Eat in New York

The City is a mosaic of cultures and the diversity of the City can be seen in the food. So many different foods to try and never enough time.

Russ & Daughters Cafe – serves Jewish comfort food. What is Jewish comfort food? Potato Latkes, Yum Kippered, Matzo Ball Soup, and Blintzes. 127 Orchard St, New York NY.

Gabriel Kreuther – sophisticated French cuisine served with friendly down to earth service. The beautifully presented dishes are amazing while still leaving you feeling satisfied and not hungry. 41 W 42nd St, New York NY.

Los Taco No.1 – fresh authentic Mexican food served up pure and simple. If there is a long line don’t worry as the line moves quickly. 75 9th Ave, New York NY.

Veselka – open 24 hours a day so that no matter when you get the craving for Ukrainian food you can be satisfied. Many different kinds of perogies and homemade borscht. 144 2nd Ave, New York NY.

Izakaya Mew – located in the basement near Herald Square. Traditional Japanese food, very tasty served in a beautiful space, you don’t even realize you are in a basement. 53 W 35th St, New York NY.

Uncle Boons – this is the closest you can get to Thailand without buying a ticket, Amazing food and great service, but be prepared to wait for a table. Waits can be up to 90 minutes before you can be seated. 7 Spring St, New York NY.

Nerai – “where modern elegance and flavor meet the ancient Greek tradition of hospitality”. They seek out fresh foods sourced from around the world while focusing on sustainability. 55 E 54th St, New York NY.

Locanda Verde – serving an urban Italian menu. Exemplary service and flavorful food with beautiful decor and ambiance. 377 Greenwich St, New York, NY.

Gazala’s Place – serving authentic Middle Eastern cuisine. From Falafel, and hummus with pita to delicious lamb dishes. 709 9th Ave, New York NY.

New Wonjo – real Korean BBQ cooked on a genuine charcoal grill. 23 W 32nd St, New York NY.

Maialino – Roman-Italian food served overlooking Gramercy Park. The chef is cooking food just like his mama used to make back home. 2 Lexington Ave, New York NY.

Places to Camp Around New York City

Well, actually it’s only one place to camp close to New York City. So grab your RV rental and stick around New York City for a few days.

Liberty Harbor RV Park – located just 15 minutes from NYC. There are tour buses that leave right from the RV park and the New York Waterway Ferry runs from right next door. 11 Marin Blvd, Jersey City, NJ.

Places to Camp Around New York State

Check out the state of New York in your RV rental. Lots of places to stay, from full amenities to much more rustic campsites.

Delta Lake State Park – this is a great year-round campground. In the summer there is a sandy beach with picnic areas, a boat launch, fishing right from shore, and many hiking trails. In the winter the campground offers cross country ski trails. 8797 NY-46, Rome New York.

Lake Durant State Campground – the campsites are large and well forested. Amenities include showers, flush toilets, dump station, recycling, and firewood sales. 3444 State Rd, Blue Mountain Lake New York.

Taylor Pond Campground – for those that really want to get away from it all. Miles from any type of civilization and down a dirt road you will find this secluded little campground. Rowboat and canoe rentals, hiking, bird watching, a great stop for all those naturalists. 1865 Silver Lake Rd, Au Sable Forks New York.

Luzerne State Campground – great fishing spot. Bass, northern pike, yellow perch, bullhead, and trout abound in the lake. 892 Lake Ave, Lake Luzerne New York.

Chenango Valley State Park – the two kettle lakes in this state park were created by the retreating glaciers leaving behind great fishing. The nearby 18 hole golf course is also a big attraction. 153 Chenango Valley State Park, Chenango Forks New York.

New York City North KOA – swimming pool, snack bar, mini-golf, bike rentals, and a dog park. 119 Freetown Hwy, Plattekill New York.

Fish Creek Pond Campground – Fish Creek has created a community within the campground. Online campers forums have been created to help campers connect with events taking place within the campground and with each other. 4523 NY-30, Saranac, New York.

Green Harbor Campground Marina – a family run campground, with beautiful sandy beaches and a marina to dock your boat. 12813 Lakeshore Rd, Lyndonville New York.

Watkins Glen KOA – this campground has enough activities to entertain the kids all week long. There is a gigantic pirate ship playground, a jumping pillow, laser tag, a huge waterslide, a zipline, and bumper boats. 1710 NY-414, Watkins Glen New York.

Herkimer Diamond KOA Resort – you can mine for quartz crystal right in this campground. Take a tube ride down West Canada Creek or enjoy a canal boat ride. 4826 NY-28, Herkimer New York.

Woodstock KOA – explore the charming nearby villages, or visit one of the many festivals and fairs that take place in the area throughout the summer. 882 NY-212, Saugerties New York.

Black Bear Campground – this campground is open year-round and is 65 miles north of New York City. 197 Wheeler Rd, Florida New York.

Pine Valley RV Park – a picturesque little site close to golf courses, a zoo, bowling, theatres, and restaurants. 600 Boswell Hill Rd, Endicott New York.

Mayfair Campground NY – hook-ups include electrical, water, sewer, with telephone and cable for those wanting to stay for longer periods. 3250 Old State Route 49, Blossvale New York.

Cortland Country Music Park Campground – home to the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame. 1824 NY-13, Cortland New York.

Cheerful Valley Campground – clean restrooms and shower. Use the laundry facilities while you are there instead of bringing home all those dirty clothes. 1412 NY-14, Phelps New York.

Where to pick up the Essentials in New York

Now that you have picked up your RV rental it is time to fill up the cupboards and fridge.

Dainobu – a Japanese market featuring Japanese sweets and snacks. They also make Bento boxes and side dishes every morning. 36 W 56th St, New York City NY.

Morton Williams Supermarket – there are fifteen stores in the New York area and all are open 24 hours a day. You can even order your groceries online and have them delivered. 902 2nd Ave, New York NY.

Westerly Natural Market – offers a great selection of natural supplements, organic fruits and vegetables, all natural groceries, and environmentally friendly body care. 911 8th Ave, New York NY.

Whole Foods Market – fall in love with real food. You will only find real and healthy foods here, making it easy to serve your family a meal that is actually good for them. 95 E Houston St, New York NY.

C-Town Supermarket – over 130 stores. What makes this large chain great is that each store is independently owned and operated, allowing each store to be unique to the community it serves. 188 Avenue C, New York NY.

Fairway Market – has a great selection of ready-made foods, so that you can have the convenience of prepackaged foods without all the added preservatives. 2328 12th Ave, New York NY.

Associated Supermarkets – use their online shopping list to organize all your groceries into categories to make shopping quick and easy. 755 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY.

Trader Joe’s – focuses on great food and great prices to give you what matters most, great value. 675 6th Ave, New York NY.

Gristede’s Foods – serving New York for over 100 years. They offer fresh meat, produce, dairy, baked goods, frozen foods, gourmet foods, and nonfood items. 221 8th Ave, New York NY.

Brooklyn Fare – their goal is to merge gourmet with the familiar by providing quality groceries and premade foods with the perks and services of an old school neighborhood grocery store. 431 W 37th St, New York NY.

D’Agostino – a family-owned chain serving the New York area. 528 3rd Ave, New York, NY.

Myers of Keswick – a little British grocery store catering to the wants of the British population by offering many British treats including pork pie, Scotch eggs, steak, and kidney pie, bangers, and many other imported items. 634 Hudson St, New York NY.

Gourmet Garage – from a company that was supplying top quality groceries to many high-end restaurants came the idea to give the same quality foods to the retail shopper. 301 E 64th St, New York NY.

Westside Market – their goal is to become everyone’s favorite neighborhood market by offering the highest quality foods and hard to find items with the most friendly efficient staff. 77 7th Ave S, New York NY.

Katagiri – opened in 1907 this market continues to serve New York with traditional Japanese foods. 244 E 59th St, New York NY.

Places to Rent an RV in New York

There are lots of great places to rent an RV in New York City, except that most of them are actually in New Jersey. That’s OK, New Jersey is just a short ride over the bridge.

Cruise America RV Rentals1045 Northern Blvd, Roslyn New York.

Cruise America RV Rentals141 North Beverwyck, Lake Hiawatha NJ.

El Monte RV Rentals3401B Tremblay Point Rd, Linden NJ.

Britz RV Rental42 State Route 36 E, Middletown NJ.

Escape Campervan Rentals11 Marin Blvd, Jersey City NJ.

Roadbear RV Rentals42 State Route 36 E, Middletown NJ.

Places to Shop in New York

If you get a little bored while spending time in the great outdoors or just need a change you can check out all these fantastic stores in New York City.

New York Costumes – I’m not sure why you would need a costume on your RV rental holiday, but if you do this store has them all. From Batman and Spiderman to Dr. Seuss and Santa Claus there are hundreds of costumes to rent. 104 4th Ave, New York NY.

Dover Street Market – take the glass elevator to the top and walk down floor by floor. Each floor is tastefully arranged with one of a kind items and vintage displays throughout. 160 Lexington Ave, New York NY.

Fragrance Shop New York – a quaint little shop that will help you create your own signature scent. There is knowledgable staff who will lead you through the process and spectacular bottles to fill when you are done creating. 65 E 4th St, New York NY.

Nintendo New York – 10,000 square feet of everything Nintendo. Play your favorite game on the 15-foot high screen or look at the vintage gaming systems of your youth. Make sure you stop by and get a T-shirt with your favorite character. 10 Rockefeller Plaza, New York NY.

East Village Thrift Shop – a great place to dig through to find that perfect treasure. 186 2nd Ave, New York NY.

Philip Williams Posters – flip through the thousand of vintage posters and prints from around the world. 122 Chambers St, New York NY.

The Shops at Columbus Circle – shop Amazon Books, Aveda, Diesel, Michael Kors, and many more. There are many great restaurants for when you get tired of shopping. 10 Columbus Circle, New York NY.

Places to Fly in and out of in New York

LaGuardia Airport (LGA) – north of New York City in the borough of Queens. 94th St, Queens New York.

John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) – located in southern Queens, this airport is the primary international airport serving New York City. Van Wyck and JFK Expressway, Queens NY.

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) – this airport serves the New York City and New Jersey areas. 3 Brewster Rd, Newark NJ.

Teterboro Airport (TEB) – mostly used for private flights. 233 Industrial Ave, Teterboro NJ.

Places to Stay in New York

Courtyard New York LaGuardia Airport9010 Ditmars Blvd, East Elmhurst New York.

New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott102-05 Ditmars Blvd, East Elmhurst New York.

Comfort Inn LaGuardia Airport23-45 83rd St, Elmhurst New York.

SpringHill Suites by Marriott New York LaGuardia Airport112-15 Northern Blvd, Corona New York.

Hotel de Point20-07 127th St, Flushing New York.

Holiday Inn LaGuardia Airport37-10 114th St, Corona New York.

Fairfield Inn by Marriott New York Laguardia Airport28-66 College Point Blvd, Flushing New York.

Best Western Plus LaGuardia Airport112-26 Roosevelt Ave, Corona New York.

Marco LaGuardia Hotel by Lexington137-7 Northern Blvd, Flushing New York.

Ramada Flushing Queens3627 Prince St, Flushing New York.

Hyatt Place Flushing LaGuardia Airport Hotel133-42 39th Ave, Flushing New York.

Extended Stay America18-30 Whitestone Expy, Whitestone New York.

Wyndham Garden LaGuardia South61-18 93rd St, Rego Park New York.

Holiday Inn Express LaGuardia Airport113-10 Horace Harding Expy, Flushing New York.

Best Western Queens Court Hotel13351 39th Ave, Flushing New York.

Fairfield Inn by Marriott New York JFK Airport156-08 Rockaway Blvd, Jamaica New York.

Days Inn Jamaica JFK Airport144-26 153rd Ct, Jamaica New York.

Holiday Inn New York JFK Airport154-71 Brookville Blvd, Jamaica New York.

Hampton Inn NY-JFK144-10 135th Ave, South Ozone Park New York.

Radisson Hotel JFK Airport135-30 140th St, Jamaica New York.

Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel132-26 S Conduit Ave, Jamaica New York.

Best Western Plus Newark Airport West101 International Way, Newark New Jersey.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newark Airport128 Frontage Rd, Newark New Jersey.

Holiday Inn Newark Airport450 Route 1 and 9 S, Newark New Jersey.

Ramada Plaza Newark Liberty International Airport160 Frontage Rd, Newark New Jersey.

Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott1 Hotel Rd, Newark New Jersey.

Fairfield Inn by Marriott East850 Paterson Plank Rd, East Rutherford New Jersey.

Saddle Brook Marriott138 New Pehle Ave, Saddle Brook New Jersey.

Renaissance Meadowlands Hotel801 Rutherford Ave, Rutherford New Jersey.

Annual Events in New York

Tribeca Film Festival – this film festival was started in 2002 to help New York City recover from the 911 attacks. Since then they have screened over 1400 films from over 80 countries.

Museum Mile Festival – for one day on June 10 museums open their doors to the public for free. The 23 blocks surrounding these museums are closed to vehicle traffic and features street performers, live music, face painting, and some drop-in art classes. 5th Ave from 82nd St to 105th St, New York NY.

Central Park SummerStage – held in 17 parks across the five boroughs of New York City, is a series of 100 free shows. Shows feature American and International performers, modern dancers, and family-friendly concerts. 17 venues around New York City NY.

New York International Fringe Festival – over 3000 performances in 20 downtown venues. 200 theatre companies from around the world get together with comedy, puppetry, dance, and much more to entertain for these two weeks in August. New York City NY.

Feast of San Gennaro – this 11-day festival celebrates the Italian American culture with a religious procession, parades, live music, vendors, and a cannoli eating contest. Little Italy New York.

New York Chocolate Show – a festival for chocolate lovers? Chocolatiers from around the world come together to show off their talents. Live demonstrations, book signings, and lots of tasty samples. 34 E 38th St, New York NY.

Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting – bundle up and watch the 25,000 bulbs light up the night in this televised event. 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York NY.

Times Square New Year’s Eve – watch the ball drop with one million other people in this annual televised event. 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York NY.

What to Expect Weather Wise in New York

The average temperature in July is 76℉ (25℃). Winter temperatures can hover right around freezing. New York City is beautiful no matter the season that you choose to visit from the spring flowers to the summer heat or the beautiful colors of the trees in autumn and the crisp white snow in winter.

Places to Dump your RV in New York

I could not find any sani-dumps within New York City which isn’t surprising since I couldn’t find any campgrounds within the city. Here are some RV dump stations close to New York City and some around the state.

Liberty Harbor Marina & RV Park – open year-round, potable water available. This dump station is the closest that I could find to New York City. 11 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd, Jersey City New Jersey.

Nickerson Beach Campground880 Lido Blvd, Lido Beach New York.

Sleepy Hollow Lake Resort – portable water available. 13800 Siehl Rd, Akron New York.

1000 Island Campground42099 State Route 12, Alexandria Bay New York.

Grass Point State Park – there is an entrance fee into the park which includes using the RV dump station. 42247 Grassy Point Rd, Alexandria Bay New York.

Evergreen Trails Campground8403 County Rd 15, Angelica New York.

Sun Valley Campsites10740 Poags Hole Rd, Arkport New York.

Douglas Resort & Campground – potable water available. 18 Douglas Lane, Au Sabel Forks New York.

Woodland Hills Campground386 Fog Hill Rd, Austerlitz New York.

Alps Family Campground1928 New York 23, Averill Park New York.

Tall Pines Riverfront Campground2715 County Rd 35, Bainbridge New York.

Kittatinny Campground3854 Hwy 97, Barryville New York.

Campers Haven6832 County Route 15, Bath New York.

Hickory Hill Camping Resort – potable water available. 7531 County Route 13, Bath New York.

Mayfair Campground3250 Old State Route 49, Blossvale New York.

Places to Leave your Pet in New York

New York Dog Nanny – ever thought about getting your dog a Reiki session? This is only one of the services available at this doggie daycare. 126 Lexington Ave, New York NY.

D is for Doggy – this daycare offers a free 3-hour play date so you can make sure that this daycare is right for your pooch. 156 W 22nd St, New York NY.

Waggers Dog Daycare – this daycare has its very own doggie boutique. Pick up some designer clothes, stylish cushions, or a new collar. 42-33 Bell Blvd, Bayside NY.

New York Dog Spa & Hotel – dogs are separated into groups of large and small dogs and of dogs with similar temperaments so that your dog always has someone to play with. 32 W 25th St, New York NY.

Camp Canine – give your dog the “Central Bark Package”. This package is a half-hour walk through Central Park with one of the camp counselors, it also includes an NYC hotdog from a hotdog stand. 46 W 73rd St, New York NY.

Dog Room Club – if you live in the area, the staff will walk your dog to and from doggie daycare. 1476 Lexington Ave, New York NY.

Paws & Relax – at night your dog gets to sleep wherever he wants, whether it is on a dog bed, on a couch, or even in bed with the staff member who has the night shift. 220 Avenue B, New York NY.

Happy Paws – this facility works with the local SPCA to help pets find their forever homes. 316 Lafayette St, New York NY.

Biscuits and Bath – their motto is “the most fun your dog can have without you” 41 W 13th St, New York NY.

Places to Rent a Bicycle in New York

Central Park Bike Tours – free bike lock, helmet, and bike map with every bike rental. Six locations in Central Park. 203 W 58th St, New York NY.

Bike Rental Central Park – whether you want to bike on your own or explore the park in a group this company has great prices. 892 9th Ave, New York NY.

Cycle Central Park – you can rent a bike, rollerblades, or even rent a tandem bike. 54 W 56th St, New York NY.

Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals – this family-owned and operated company has been in the business of bike rentals and bike tours for over 30 years. 99 South St, New York NY.

Liberty Cycles – close to Central Park and the Hudson River Trail. 846 9th Ave, New York NY.

Central Park Bike Shop – save up to 50% when you book your bicycle rental online. What a great deal. 208 West 80th St, New York NY.

Hudson River Sightseeing and Bike Rentals – offers single bikes, tandem bikes, baby seats, and children’s trailers. Locks, helmets, baskets, and maps are all provided with your rental. 455 12th Ave, New York, NY.

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