Journey to the Capital City of Annapolis, Maryland in your RVshare RV rental! Annapolis is situated on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River. It is also about 50 minutes South of Baltimore and 50 minutes East of Washington D.C. Annapolis is loaded with things to do and places to see. The arts & culture, shopping, on the water attractions, gaming, festivals and events, and much more make Annapolis a favorite vacation spot for many who venture the East Coast. Don’t hesitate to stop your RV rental in Annapolis, MD and see why!
Despite its small size, Annapolis is a very historical and famous city in the United States. It is home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College. It is also commonly called “America’s Sailing Capital” making it a very popular tourist attraction. We’ve put together a list together of things we think you should check out.
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The Chesapeake Bay in the nation’s largest estuary and serves as Annapolis’ very own personal playground. Don’t be hesitant to rent or take lessons in kayaking, canoeing, or stand up paddleboarding. There are plenty of local outfitters that will have all the necessary equipment to get you on the water safely. You can also take a water tour that will teach you and your fellow travelers about the area’s Naval and Colonial history while sitting on a sailing vessel. Whatever you choose to do on the Bay in your RV rental Annapolis Maryland, will be an absolute blast. Guaranteed!
The U.S. Naval Academy has been training officers for the U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps since 1845 and is one of the most distinguished institutions in the country. Yet the average American’s knowledge on the Academy is very limited. Luckily you can take guided tour of the Naval Academy, ranked #1 for attractions in Annapolis on TripAdvisor.com. You can view the Midshipmen’s Noon Formation, the crypt of naval hero John Paul Jones, the Naval Academy Museum, the Naval Chapel, and much more. You can’t go wrong with great entertainment and a history lesson.
Walk down the same streets and old brick sidewalks much as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson did in the days when Annapolis was the capital of the United States. Annapolis has some of the finest 17 and 18 century architecture in the country – including the residences of all four Maryland signers of the Declaration of Independence. Enjoy great historical attractions, fantastic restaurants & cafes, multiple museums, and seasonal festivals while in the historical district of Annapolis. Take a step back in time while in the Capital City with your camper rental Annapolis MD.
Duncan Family Campground is located about a half hour South of Annapolis in Lothian, Maryland. It is a 40-year old campground and is one of the most popular in the area. There are a wide variety of sites at the park and all of the full hookup sites are pull-thrus. Amenities include free cable & wifi, shuttle service, a swimming pool and kiddie pool, two playgrounds, a nature trail, giant board games, mini golf, modern bathrooms and laundry, and much more for your travel trailer rental Annapolis MD. Duncan Family Campground is always a good choice when in the area!
This KOA is close to Annapolis attractions, the Baltimore bustle, and Washington DC activities, making it one of the most conveniently located campgrounds in the entire state. The KOA has numerous pull-thru sites for RVs of different sizes. The campground also comes with the amenities you’ve come to expect from a KOA, including free wifi, DC shuffle, playground, pavilion, outdoor billiards and ping pong, giant checkers & chess set, coffee bar, swimming pool, basketball court, nature trail, and more for your motorhome rental Annapolis MD! You will never be bored when you’re at this KOA!
Greenbelt Park is located about 35 minutes West of Downtown Annapolis. This is one of the higher rated parks is the area and serves as a regular park for a lot of the residence in the county. It has also attracted visitors from across the country and even the world. The park has 174 sites that have hot showers and bathroom facilities. Park rangers and campground hosts are available to enjoy your camping experience. The campground is open all year round and is part of the National Park Service. It’s just a fantastic RV park. Period.
The Maryland Seafood Festival is an annual event that has been held for more than 45 years. It features the Capital Crab Soup Cookoff, live music performances, craft booths, and family activities. Maryland’s restaurateurs and chefs participate in the weekend festival showcasing the fantastic seafood that the state has to offer. Bring your fellow travelers and your appetite!
Come celebrate the beginning of the Fall season at the Annual Fall Festival along Maryland Avenue and State Circle in the heart of Historic Annapolis. This is an old-fashioned street festival featuring local merchants and vendors offering art, antiques, jewelry, fashion, crafts, food, and children’s entertainment. Timing your trip to Annapolis with the festival is ALWAYS a good idea.
This historic East Coast American city is just waiting for you to come and explore it in your RVshare RV rental! This is one of the classiest and impressive locations in all of the U.S. We’ll see you soon in an RV rental in Annapolis, Maryland!
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One-way RV rentals in Annapolis, MD are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.