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Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28A

Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28A

2013 / Class C Motor Home
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11.6 miles from Manassas, VA
$255
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Jayco Redhawk 31F

Jayco Redhawk 31F

2021 / Class C Motor Home
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Winnebago Solis 59P

Winnebago Solis 59P

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Manassas, Virginia


Located in Northern Virginia, with a population of just over forty thousand, Manassas is a city that is steeped in history, and surrounded by beautiful countryside. The climate is listed as humid, subtropical, so the summers tend to be on the hot side, and the winters are usually relatively mild. As you’ll see, there are a number of fantastic opportunities for exploration, fun, and adventure here, making this area well worth putting on your travel itinerary.

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Popular Tourist Attractions

As mentioned, Manassas is a city that’s steeped in history, so it probably comes as no surprise that many of the things to do here are related to that history. Below, you’ll find some of our top picks.
 

Manassas was the site of two battles during the Civil War. This park marks the location of them. You can walk the ground once trod by the armies of both sides and get a feel for history that’s richer, deeper, and more intense than anything you could get by visiting a museum. It’s absolutely marvelous and magical, so hurry here in your <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”RV rental Manassas Virginia”]” >RV rental Manassas Virginia!</span>

Granted, it’s not as good as walking the battlefield, but this small museum is still high quality and informative. It won’t take the whole day, but it, combined with the tour of the battlefield itself will leave you informed and inspired. A truly great place to visit.

If you’ve never been scuba diving or snorkeling, this is a great place to learn. It’s one of those things that people often think of and dream about doing, but seldom get the opportunity. While you’re here, take that opportunity. You’ll be very glad you did.
 

Campgrounds Near Manassas

You’ll find plenty of campgrounds in the area to choose from, so don’t worry about not being able to find a place to stay. There are too many in the region to list, but we’ll outline some of the best below.
 

Prices here start at $43 a night, and can range as high as $61 a night. Pets are welcome here, and you’ll find a well-kept campground within easy distance of a number of historical attractions. The campground offers free WiFi, a game room, a dedicated rec hall, and major cable services available on request for your <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”travel trailer rental Manassas VA”]” >travel trailer rental Manassas VA</span>. The facility also features an on-site ice machine, a laundry service, and a small grocery. A fantastic value for the money.

Greenville Farm seems to be custom made for the traveler on a budget. Prices here range from $35 to $38 a night, and you get quite a lot for your money. Not only is it a pet friendly location, but you’ll also find a playground, a rec hall, onsite ice machine and laundry facility and even water access for your <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”camper rental Manassas VA”]” >camper rental Manassas VA</span>. Really an outstanding value for your stay!

Prices here range from a modest $33 a night to as high as $51. The campground offers free WiFi, a variety of planned activities (not available during the winter months), a pool and a playground for the kids. You’ll also find a dump station, an onsite ice machine and an on-site laundry facility for your <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”motorhome rental Manassas VA”]” >motorhome rental Manassas VA</span>. LP gas and firewood are both available, and you can get a slightly better deal, thanks to the Good Sam Discount. Highly recommended.
 

Events

There are a number of annual events that take place in and around the city when you <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”rent RV Manassas Virginia”]” >rent RV Manassas Virginia</span>, so no matter what time of year you visit, there’s always something going on. Below are a few of the more notable ones.
 

If you’re planning to be in the area on the third weekend in June, check this one out. Tickets for the most recent one were $30, and it’s a fantastic day filled with wine, great food, and of course, all the jazz your ears can handle. What better way to spend a relaxing summer day?

This also takes place in June (the first weekend) and is a wonderful celebration of railroad history, and of Manassas’ place as a strategic railroad junction during the Civil War. You’ll be treated to an educational and informative series of presentations and exhibits, as well as Country and Blue Grass music. A great family-friendly festival to see when you visit in one of the many <span data-sheets-userformat=”[null,null,513,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]” data-sheets-value=”[null,2,”RV rentals near Manassas VA”]” >RV rentals near Manassas VA.</span>

If you love history, then you’ve got to attend this reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run (1st Manassas). It takes place the third weekend in July, so if you’re planning to spend the 4th here, why not stay a bit longer and take this in as well? A great, one-of-a-kind experience you won’t want to miss.
 
Manassas is a quiet, peaceful little city surrounded by beautiful countryside that’s steeped in history. No matter what your interests are, its warm, welcoming climate will draw you in, and there’s more than enough to see and do to keep you coming back!
 
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Arlington lies near the southwestern bank of the Potomac River, which is across from the District of Columbia. After emptying their tanks at one of the local motorhome dump stations Virginia, campers should rent a bicycle and enjoy a 12 stop self-guided tour of history while visiting this city. 
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The state of Virginia has many locations that are desirable tourist destinations. If you’re planning to take your trailer with you on your road trip through Virginia, then you might want to stop at some RV campgrounds in the Manassas area. Since Manassas can get some rough off-season weather, you should consider storing your camper at a secure RV storage facility in Manassas, VA. In no specific order, these are eight places at which you can find high-quality RV storage in Manassas.
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