RV and The Big City
From City Lights to Upstate Sights, New York RV Rental has it All
Discover the scenery, beauty and fun of a New York RV vacation. While non-New Yorkers may think of the Empire State as one big city, the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island actually make up just a small portion of the state. In fact, upstate New York often has more in common with New England's cozy farms and brilliant fall foliage than with the big city.
Whn you rent an RV in New York, you'll find it's easy to travel throughout the state, from the serene shores of Lake Ontario to the rugged peaks of the Adirondacks. So book your New York RV rental today, and start planning your trip with these helpful vacation ideas:
Just outside Buffalo on the border between the U.S. and Canada sits Niagara Falls, a massive set of waterfalls cascading over a glacier-formed bed of shale and sandstone. Visitors throng to the area during the busy summer months, but with your RV rental, you can stay at any of the local campgrounds or RV parks on the U.S. or Canadian side of the falls. Check out our border-crossing tips and advice for Canada motorhome vacations before you book your New York RV rental.
A lush, green area just over 100 miles north of New York City, Catskill Park is home to miles of rolling hills and scenic hiking trails. Campgrounds dot the region, as do a number of resorts, lodges and camps. Check out Kaaterskill Falls, the tallest (though not the largest) waterfall in New York.
Located in eastern upstate New York, the Adirondack Mountains are home to incredible recreation, including golf, camping, fishing and kayaking. Bordered by Lake Champlain and Lake George and encompassing several smaller lakes, the six-million-acre Adirondack Park Preserve offers plenty of places to camp as well.
The Finger Lakes Region
Located in west-central upstate New York, the Finger Lakes region encompasses 11 lakes. A popular tourist destination, the area boasts two of the deepest lakes in the world, Seneca and Cayuga. There are endless ways to spend a Finger Lakes vacation, from music festivals and winery tours to fishing trips -as well as plenty of places to spend the night in your New York RV rental, from full-service RV parks to state park campgrounds.
Fall Foliage Driving Tour
When temperatures begin to dip and the summer sun fades to a gentle glow, it can only mean one thing: fall foliage is just around the corner. From September to November, regions from New England to the Great Lakes and beyond are bathed in falling leaves. Ranging from brilliant gold to fiery red, burning orange to deep purple, these autumn leaves are sure to delight the whole family on a fall foliage driving tour.
The best way to experience a fall foliage driving tour is with a Motorhome rental.
With room for the whole family to sleep, relax, bathe, cook and eat, your RV will be your home away from home no matter where you go. You will save money on hotel accommodations, car rental, airfare and bus tours - itís a great deal!
Fall foliage travel has never been better than with an RV rental.
Fall Foliage - New England Tour
New England fall foliage is renowned for its incredible hues and varied leaves. Visit the northernmost states - Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire - early, as peak colors are usually seen in late September and early October. Farther south, in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York, expect the leaves to turn toward the middle of October.
For depth of color in fall foliage, New England canít be beat. Known for its thick maple groves - the quintessential autumn tree - the area offers rich, deep foliage as far as the eye can see.
Fall Foliage - Great Lakes Tour
For a Midwestern take on a fall foliage driving tour, head to the Great Lakes region. Leaves begin to fall as early as September in the Canadian provinces and can last as late as November in the southern reaches of this region.
Located in the heart of the Great Lakes, the Grand Traverse area of Northwestern Michigan is a brilliant spot for fall colors tours. See swaths of cherry trees transform from verdant green to rich scarlet, their leaves mingling with ash, oak and more along rural highways and near the shores of Lake Michigan.
Other great fall foliage driving tours can be found across the country, particularly in the Southís Great Smoky Mountains and the Pacific Northwestís Columbia River Gorge region. Less well-known and often just as beautiful, these locations are a great way to take a fall foliage driving tour without the crowds.
But no matter where your fall colors tour takes you, your RV will take you there in comfort. Save money and enjoy the open road like never before - plan your fall foliage driving tour today.
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