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Shenandoah National Park, VA

Wohnmobil mieten für Shenandoah Nationalpark


In den USA gibt es tausende Seen, die sich gut zu einem Campingtrip mit dem Wohmobil anbieten. Jedem soll die Möglichkeit gegeben sein, angeln, Bootfahren, wandern und das Relaxen in einem Campingstuhl an einem wunderschönen See zu kombinieren. Hier ist unsere Liste mit einigen der besten Seen in den USA fürs Campen mit dem Wohnmobil.

RV VACATIONS TO SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK

 

If you love waterfalls, quiet hikes in the forests or fishing a bubbling stream, this park has it all. Drive your RV along Skyline Drive to take in the marvelous views. This is a paradise with wildlife, birds and the stars glowing in the nighttime sky.

 

RV Camping in Shenandoah National Park

 

You’ll find RV camping to suit your needs right within the park. You can just show up and find a space or you can make reservations in advance (unless otherwise noted). Although no hookups for RVs, satisfaction still runs high when you are camped close to all the activities you love.

 

Mathews Arm Campground: This campground is open from the middle of May through October. Amenities:

  • Picnic table
  • Fire grate
  • Each site with parking area
  • Generators okay from 8 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Next to a nature trail and waterfall

Big Meadows Campground: This campground is open from late March through November. Amenities:

  • Picnic table
  • Fire grate
  • Each site with parking area
  • Generators okay from 8 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Secluded
  • Walking distance to three waterfalls

Lewis Mountain Campground: This campground is open from the middle of April through October. Amenities:

  • First-come, first served only (no reservations)
  • Picnic table
  • Fire grate
  • Each site with parking area
  • Generators okay from 8 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Small private campground

Loft Mountain Campground: This campground is open from the middle of May through October. Amenities:

  • Picnic table
  • Fire grate
  • Each site with parking area
  • Generators okay from 8 am to 10 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm
  • Spectacular views east and west (on a mountain top)
  • Nearby hiking trails and waterfalls

When Taking Your First Trip to Shenandoah National Park

 

Planning a trip to Shenandoah is half the fun. You can map out your excursion and work out which trails to hike and which streams to fish. Skyline Drive will take you from one end of the park to the other, with views in all directions. Driving an RV along this scenic route can be done, you just have to be ready to shift into low gear. You also must ensure your RV motorhome is not taller than 12’8” so it can pass through Marys Rock Tunnel.

 

These are the Blue Ridge Mountains, known for year-round blooms of wildflowers, beautiful breezes and amazing overlooks. The three hour drive from one end to the other is incredible, but you will want to allow more time so you can stop along the way for outdoor recreation.

 

Wildlife is abundant. You will spot deer, wild turkey and perhaps a black bear. Ranger programs are great to learn more about the area, the plant and animal life and history of the region. You can pick up schedules at any visitor center.

 

Things to Do While You’re in the Park

 

There are many things to do for those of any age. Take your time and enjoy every second you spend in Shenandoah National Park!

 

Dickey Ridge Visitor Center – Stop here for an orientation movie, maps and exhibits. Across the road from the visitor center you can take a hike on the Fox Hollow Trail.

 

Harry F. Byrd, Sr. Visitor Center – Browse the exhibits and take part in a ranger program at this visitor center. See Big Meadows on the other side of Skyline Drive before you leave.

 

Limberlost Trail hiking – This is a gentle walkway with very little grade and is perfect for all ages. It is only 1.3 miles roundtrip so makes for an easy hike. Plenty of benches so you can stop and rest if you want.

 

Old Rag Mountain hiking – This popular hike is a challenging one. Don’t attempt it unless you are an experienced hiker. Be sure to watch the safety video online before you decide to take it on. But once you are truly ready, this hike is great fun and has spectacular views.

 

Fishing – With so many lovely mountain streams, Shenandoah National Park offers some great eastern brook trout fishing and you will want to be sure to bring your gear with you in your RV.

 

 

Where to Find More Information

 

Find all kinds of important information about your visit on the Shenandoah National Park website. A Nearby Attractions page provides links to visitor sites, tourist information and area Chamber of Commerce websites. You will discover great park events through the year by visiting the Special Events page so you won’t miss a thing on your trip.

 

Call us at (888) 337-2214 to start planning your RV vacation to Shenandoah National Park today.

 

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