Roadtrip with RVshare New Haven to Millersburg

New Haven is a part of the country with plenty to offer, but an RV road trip to Millersburg, Ohio, will afford the opportunity to see several national and state parks along the way. This trip will bring you close enough to New York City that you can take a few days to explore the city. Once you hit New Jersey, you will take I-80 for the majority of the trip, which becomes I-76 in Ohio. At Akron, you will head north to reach Cuyahoga Valley National Park before ending the trip in Millersburg.

New Haven to Millersburg Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 10 hours
  • Mileage: 625 miles
  • Fun Fact: George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States, was born in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Nearby National Parks

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

The only national park that you will encounter during your New Haven to Millersburg road trip is Cuyahoga Valley National Park. If you enjoy looking at waterfalls, this park has approximately 100 different falls within the park. Brandywine Falls, which is 65 feet tall, is the largest that you will find in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The park covers over 32,200 acres, and it has more than 125 miles of trails that you can hike and explore. In the park, there is also a scenic railroad that you can visit. If you want to birdwatch while here, you will be glad to learn that there are 194 species of birds that roam the area. There are also over 900 species of plants that grow in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Nearby State Parks

Sherwood Island State Park

The first state park on this New Haven to Millersburg RV road trip is Sherwood Island State Park, and it is actually the first state park that existed in the state of Connecticut. You can relax on the sand at the beach or go swimming in the water at the park. Fishing is also permitted in this park along the shore. There is even an observation platform where you can sit and take in some of the wildlife that lives in the park.

Harriman State Park

Harriman State Park is a large state park in New York that has approximately 30 bodies of water in it, which makes it a great place to fish, boat, swim, and enjoy other water activities. If you prefer to stay on dry land, there are over 200 miles of trails that you can hike. This park is the second-largest state park in New York State. In the winter, visitors head to the park for ice fishing and cross-country skiing opportunities as well.

Wawayanda State Park

Wawayanda State Park is a New Jersey State Park that you will want to stop at during this RV road trip. If you are an avid hiker, this is a must-see park as it features a 20-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail. There are more than 40 miles of other trails that you can explore as well. Fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and swimming are some of the great activities you can enjoy in the park's water. There are also winter activities that you can pursue during the colder season.

Hickory Run State Park

Hickory Run State Park is a state park that is located in the western hills of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. The entire park is just under 16,000 acres, and it is full of scenic trails that you can hike and explore. In total, there are more than 40 miles of trails. There are also trout streams that allow you to enjoy fishing while you are in the park, as well as a swimming beach where you can splash around and get wet on a hot day. In the winter, the lakes freeze over, which opens up the opportunity for ice skating. There are also several trails that are used for skiing.

West Branch State Park

West Branch State Park is one of the last Ohio state parks you will come across on this road trip. There are a number of trails in this park where you can hike, ride a bike, or traverse on horseback. Along these trails, there is plenty of wildlife that you may come across. If you are a fan of being in the water, this park has a marina where you can engage in boat activities, as well as areas where you can swim. There is also an 18-hole disc golf course that you can use and a dog park with a pond that your pets will surely love. Fishing and hunting are permitted in the park, too.

Along the Way

Playland Park

Make sure to include a stop at Playland Park on your road trip itinerary from New Haven to Millersburg. This park is home to rides that everyone loves, and there is even a miniature golf course at the park, along with a pool and a beach. Every night, the park has a fireworks display over the water, so be sure to find a campground nearby so that you have the option of staying late at the park. Be sure to check out the Playland museum to learn more about the park's colorful past.

Waterloo Village

This village is a well-preserved example of a 19th-century canal town. When you visit, you can learn a lot about the history of the area and spend a day reveling in the activities of the past. There are historic houses, a blacksmith shop, and sawmills that you can enjoy during the summer. Throughout the year, there are many events held within the village, so check to see what is on the schedule before you visit. 

Land of Make Believe

If you are traveling with kids or you simply love amusement parks, make sure to add a stop to the Land of Make Believe to your travel plans. There is an off-road safari, as well as several thrill rides that you and the kids will love. The Land of Make Believe has a waterpark as well, so when the heat gets to be too much in the summer, you can make a stop and cool off for the day.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

Stamford, Connecticut

During your road trip from New Haven to Millersburg, you will want to make a stop in Stamford. While you are visiting, make sure to stop at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center and the Bartlett Arboretum and gardens. If you would like to take in some fresh air, you can stop by Cove Island Park, Mill River Park, or Cummings Park. You can also enjoy a day at West Beach, where you can dip your feet into the water or cover them with sand. If you are sticking around the Stamford area for a few days, you will want to look for a Connecticut campground to stay in during your visit. 

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

Another city along your route during your road trip is Wilkes-Barre, located in Pennsylvania. The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts or the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono are both great places to enjoy some evening activities. If you would like to sample beer from breweries, then the Breaker Brewing Company is right in town. They have a large selection of microbrews on tap, and they also serve pasta, pizza, and more. Pennsylvania campgrounds in this area are plentiful, so finding a place where you can lay your head for the night will be relatively easy. Since this is about halfway through your road trip, you may also want to find a dump station where you can empty your black and gray water before continuing on your journey. 

Akron, Ohio

Akron is a city that is about 30 miles from Cleveland, Ohio. While you are visiting, you will want to stop at the Akron Art Museum and the Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens. To make the most out of your time in this city, you will want to find Akron campgrounds that allow you to stay close to downtown Akron. Consider Akron Canton Jellystone Park or Clay's Park Resort, which also has waterslides that the kids will enjoy and live music for the adults.

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