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Whether you want to visit Bridgeport, New Haven, or Stamford, you will find many great RVs to rent and friendly campgrounds where you can stay. 

Class A, B, and C drivable RVs are available. These units that sleep from two to 10 people often have slide-outs so that you have more room to enjoy inside after seeing the state's many tourist attractions. Manufactured by top companies, such as Roadtrek Forrest River and Jayco, you can expect to pay from about $150 to $300 depending on which option you choose. 

You can also find terrific choices in towable campers. Ordinary vehicles can often tow popup campers, and you can find options starting at about $40 per night with many different options at about $85 per night. You can also find great trailers that SUVs and medium-sized or larger pickups can pull. These options usually cost about $125 per night. If you do not have a tow vehicle, consider trailers that owners will deliver to you at the campground.

Regardless of where you decide to roam and which type of RV best meets your needs, rest assured because you are covered by 24-hour roadside assistance if anything happens. 

Connecticut RV Rentals by City

You will love visiting the seaport city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, the fifth-largest city in New England and the largest in the state. Spend time exploring the areas around the coast and the historic downtown area. 

Exciting community events are always happening in New Haven, from the cherry blossom and daffodil festivals in the springtime to the winter art festivals. This community is home to Yale University with its fantastic art gallery and natural history museums. There are many green spots that are perfect for family games and a picnic. 

Stamford is home to pristine beaches, and hikers will adore the nearby trails. Bedford Steet offers many small businesses and boutiques to explore. Chelsea Piers provides many family-friendly recreational opportunities. If you love antiques and thrifting, you will absolutely adore exploring Chelsea Street. Grab your camera and head to Harbor Point to capture images of the many boats located there. 

Visiting Hartford, the capital city, is a fun way to connect with the lives of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Wadsworth Atheneum is the oldest free public museum in the U.S., and visiting is a great way to learn about the influences of the New River School of Art. 

Best National Parks Near Connecticut

While there are no national parks in Connecticut, interstates make it a convenient drive up the Atlantic seacoast to visit Acadia National Park near Bar Harbor, Maine. This park is home to the highest point along the Atlantic Ocean, and there are over 45 miles of carriage roads to explore, along with 16 stone bridges that make for amazing photo opportunities. 

Taking the Park Loop Road allows you to visit Sieur de Monts, where you will want to explore the nature center, see the native plant gardens, and go hiking. Then, continue down the road until you come to Sand Beach on the east side of Mount Desert Island. You will want to grab your camera to photograph the stunning landscape at this beach where the rocky shoreline meets the mountains. As you continue forward, you will come to Otter Point, one of the highest Atlantic coastal headlands north of Brazil.

In addition to the shoreline, you will want to explore Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the East Coast that is accessible by car. While you need to stay on the designated paths, you will want to see the rare plants at this location. 

Popular State Parks in Connecticut

 Connecticut is home to numerous state parks that you will want to visit. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks in Connecticut

When you rent an RV, you also have the flexibility to visit the places that interest you the most. You'll want to be sure to check out some of the unique Connecticut landmarks

  • The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford is where Mark Twain spent most of his adult life, and where he wrote "Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," and "The Prince and the Pauper," among others. 
  • Dinosaur State Park near Rocky Hill is where over 2,000 dinosaur footprints were discovered accidentally, and you can see many native plants, including over 250 conifer tree species. 
  • Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic is the largest maritime museum in the U.S., where you can wander through over 60 historic buildings and see vessels from throughout the 19th century. 
  • Mystic Aquarium in Mystic is the only U.S. aquarium with a beluga whale and one of two that has Steller sea lions. 
  • Gillette Castle State Park, partially in East Haddam and partially in Lyme, was the castle home of William Gillette, who is best known for portraying Sherlock Holmes on stage. The state owns the Victorian and Greek Revival mansion, and it is open for tours.

Popular RV Parks and Campgrounds in Connecticut

Across the state of Connecticut are many wonderful RV parks. In the Bridgeport area, the Hammonasset River at Riverdale Farm Campsite is popular with RV travelers. This campsite offers a full schedule of special events throughout the camping season, and it has many open spaces where your family can create its own games. 

Alternatively, if you find yourself near Bristol, consider the Lake Compounce campground, where you are steps away from their theme and water park. After a full day of playing in the park, you will be glad that you can spend the night only a short distance away. This also makes an excellent option for families with young children who may need a nap during the day. 

At Nelson's Family Campground near East Hampton, your whole family will love the special activities, including soccer, softball, and bingo. Anglers will love the stroll to the 540-acre lake nearby, and there are many great hiking trails to follow. 

If you are looking for a more upscale experience, consider Odetah Camping Resort near Bozrah. Younger campers love to use the swimming pool during the hot summer days, and adults enjoy the Jacuzzi and the spa in the woods. Your children are sure to love the special playscape area, and everyone will love playing shuffleboard and horseshoes. 

RV Dump Stations in Connecticut

You can find RV dump stations in many convenient Connecticut locations. RV dump stations near Bridgeport include the Eastbound Danbury Welcome Center, Kettletown State Park, and W.E.S. Trailer Sales. You can find dump stations near New Haven at the Meriden and Southington rest areas. If your travels take you near Stamford, consider using the RV dump stations at the Huntington Treatment Plant or the Westchester County Public Dump Station. While near Hartford, consider utilizing the dump stations at the American Legion State Forest, White Pines, or Markham Meadows campgrounds. Remember that if you hook up your rental RV to the sewer at the campground, then you may not need a dump station at all. 

Upcoming Events in Connecticut

Especially from May to October, you can find beautiful events to attend in Connecticut, including: 

  • New Haven Saint Patrick's Day Parade – Over 250,000 people usually attend the Saint Patrick's Day Parade in New Haven. The parade, held on a Saturday, is followed by a whole weekend of activities. 
  • Sea Music Festival – This festival in Mystic draws about 5,000 to the city's seaport to listen to traditional maritime music. 
  • Greater Hartford Festival – This July festival draws many to Hartford's Ballad Park over the course of a week to listen to jazz music. 
  • Artists in the Country – This fall festival draws people to Woodstock to engage with folk artists and see beautiful fall scenery.

State Parks Near Connecticut

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Connecticut

Road Trips Starting from Connecticut

RV Storage Near Connecticut
Home to Yale University, New Haven is located on Long Island Sound and near many historical attractions. While traveling in the area in your RV, you’ll want to see museums like the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History and take time to visit the Grove Street Cemetery, which dates from the late 1700s. You may need to store your RV as you travel in the New Haven area, either long-term or temporarily. There are many secure facilities that offer RV storage in New Haven that can protect your vehicle from the local humid climate, which is often rainy. The following list, which is in no particular order, points out some of the best RV storage options in New Haven.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Connecticut

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Connecticut?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Connecticut?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Connecticut from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Connecticut?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.