In case you haven’t noticed, summer is almost over, and your days of fun in the sun are diminishing. If you haven’t taken a trip yet this summer, what are you waiting for? And, if you have, you deserve to take another one before those temperatures start to drop.
You don’t have to go too far away from a Maryland RV dealer to find a great destination to spend this Labor Day weekend. And if you have an RV, the Northeast offers several great places to choose from. Below are a few of these destinations that are just a few hours away from Maryland.
Summer is a great time to vacation in Virginia Beach. You can cruise the Boardwalk with its many restaurants, entertainment stages, museums, and historical sites. You can also take a sunset cruise in Chesapeake Bay and watch the dolphins. Or maybe you’re a history buff and want to visit Jamestown, the first European settlement in America. No matter what you want to do, Virginia Beach is loaded with options.
Head to Riverdale Farm in Canton, Connecticut, and you can experience nature trails and ocean beaches within close proximity. Not only that, but just a short distance from Canton are the Beardsley Zoo and Norwalk Maritime Aquarium.
If you like to fish, canoe, or kayak, Worden Pond in Rhode Island has you covered. This pond is an especially popular location for kayaking, but if you are looking to land a trophy fish, Newport is just a short drive from Worden pond and offers sport fishing charters.
With 2,400 square miles of wilderness to choose from, the Poconos in Pennsylvania is a great place to take your RV. The Poconos offers a long list of attractions, including beautiful mountains, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. But the Poconos is not only for the nature lover, as it also provides plenty of culture with things like music festivals and art galleries.
If you are looking for an RV to experience these great RV destinations, there are places like Beckley’s Camping Center where you can either buy or just rent an RV for your epic last trip of summer.