Sure, the tourist guides will tell you that Stuffies, Lobster Rolls or a burger from Haven Bro’s are the quintessential foods to eat while in Rhode Island. These unique foodie finds are fun to eat for sure! Just know they’re a tourist thing. Don’t believe the hype. Let us tell you that the real local food of Rhode Island is none other than Pizza.
We LOVE Philadelphia, but finding a campground in the city is just NOT going to happen.
Leaving you with few options on how to visit Philly when traveling in your RV, motorhome or camper.
So, you could end up in a campground in New Jersey, or at the Coatesville KOA resort. And if, you have a tow vehicle, a big budget, or don’t mind a pricey tourist shuttle, then these are an option for you. However, for folks traveling without a tow vehicle, on a budget, or seeking a more local perspective, then we have a few alternative options for motorhome travelers visiting the Birthplace of America.
All politics aside, DC has our vote for one of the most friendly urban camping cities in the northeast region.
What traveler can contest the free museums, more of them that one could see in a single visit? Or the presidential monuments and array of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Romanesque, medieval, and modern architecture that span the city blocks?
We all know that “The South” has a rep; they’re downright nice folks. What you may not know is that their cities also flaunt excellent hospitality for motor travelers!
For instance, in Charleston, South Carolina we found that you can overnight in your RV in a garage in the city for ten bucks. This, plus an amazing close-by county park, make visiting Charleston in your motorhome, trailer, RV, or camper van, handier than a pocket on a shirt.
Somewhere between the sweet-smelling flowers in the city squares and the piss fragrant alleyways, you’ll lose yourself in Savannah’s tell-tale spirit. The marionette show of Spanish moss will capture your imagination as it dances an eerie ballet in the light breeze that dusts your cheeks.