Find an outstanding RV rental deal to enjoy Noblesville, Indiana and the surrounding area. Small camper trailers are available starting at $59 per night, and large fifth-wheel trailers start at $80 per night. If you're not towing, you can get an easy-to-drive Class C RV for as low as $110 per night. Class A RVs are available starting at $85 per night if you want something larger.
Indianapolis, Indiana is located a short drive south of Noblesville. Explore the gorgeous architecture along Fall Creek Road or visit Fort Harrison State Park for a day of hiking and exploring. Check out the Broad Ripple district for unique restaurants and bars. If you're looking for some urban nature, check out the Indianapolis Zoo and Botanical Gardens!
Ready to drive? Check out the Indianapolis to Great Smoky Mountains National Park road trip. You'll pass by Mammoth Cave National Park along the way, as well as Charlestown State Park and Taylorsville Lake State Park. You'll pass through Kentucky along your drive before ending up at Great Smoky Mountains National Park in southeast Tennessee.
Bloomington, Indiana is about an hour south of Noblesville. Bloomington is a gateway community to two state forests, two state recreation areas, three large lakes, and the Maumee River. The area is overflowing with hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing opportunities. The largest forest near Bloomington, the Morgan-Monroe State Forest, features over 24,000 acres of camping, hiking, and fishing.
Noblesville, Indiana, has a rich and storied history. The first European settler in the area opened a trading post in 1802. In 1818 the area that would eventually become Noblesville was sold by the Native Americans to the local government of Hamilton County. Noblesville's downtown first began construction in 1823.
Noblesville grew slowly in population until a railroad was laid through the town in 1851. This railroad, and a second constructed in 1875, helped Noblesville to grow steadily. The city did not experience its first large population boom until the discovery of a natural gas well in 1888. The town prospered from selling natural gas, and many residents constructed large Victorian homes, many of which are still standing today.
Noblesville suffered a setback during the Great Flood of 1913 but continued to grow and expand its industry. Most notable was the increase in flour mills throughout the city. The city hosted several mills throughout most of the 20th century. Noblesville High School students are still nicknamed the "Millers" in recognition of the impact of the mills on the community.
Noblesville experienced a rapid population boom between 2000 and 2010, spurred mainly by the increase in nearby Indianapolis' population. This helps Noblesville remain a vibrant community. The city is known for its unique architecture, including Victorian homes and the Hamilton County Courthouse, which was built in 1879 and remains in use today. Noblesville also features hiking and recreation along the White River, which runs through the town.
Carmel, Indiana is located about 15 minutes southwest of Noblesville. Carmel is a suburb of Indianapolis. The town features beautiful historic architecture and a charming, revitalized downtown. The city features a fantastic park centered around a functioning artesian well, Flowing Well Park.
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Martinsville, Indiana, sits about an hour south of Noblesville. Martinsville is a small town that offers access to the stunning Morgan-Monroe state forest and beautiful Lemon Lake. Camping is available within Morgan-Monroe State Forest or at campgrounds outside of the forest limits.
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Lafayette, Indiana is about an hour northwest of Noblesville. The town features Prophetstown State Park, situated along the lovely Wabash River. Lafayette's historic downtown remains lively, with restaurants, bars, and shops. Lafayette is home to Purdue University and has a small-town college atmosphere. There are many camping options nearby, thanks to Lafayette's rural, scenic setting.
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Indiana Dunes National Park gained its national park status in 2019 and sits about an hour south of Chicago. The park features 15 miles of lakeside and over 20 miles of inland recreation. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, and fishing are all offered. Mammoth Cave National Park features the longest cave system in the world. The caves span over 400 miles, and some areas are still unexplored. Several of the forward sections of the tunnels are open to the public. You can see flowstone formations and walk through massive cave chambers with stunning rock structures.
Gateway Arch National Park In St. Louis, Missouri is known for its iconic white arch. The arch, which towers over the city and the Mississippi River at 630 feet, marks the starting point of the Lewis and Clark expedition. After visiting the park and learning the expedition's history, St. Louis awaits. The city is full of unique restaurants, museums, and entertainment.
Mounds State Park is filled with earthen mounds built by prehistoric Native Americans. Dating back more than 2,000 years, the mounds served a ceremonial and spiritual function. Mounds State Park is located near Anderson, Indiana. You can explore the park solo or take one of the frequently offered guided tours.
Summit Lake State Park is located near New Castle, Indiana. Summit Lake is a popular summertime destination for Indiana residents. Water activities are plentiful in the summer. There are also plenty of hiking opportunities, with hiking trails spread over the park's 2,680 acres.
Brown County State Park is located near Nashville, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis. The park features 16,000 acres of hilly terrain full of challenging hikes. Brown County State Park is known for its scenic, winding drives through the hills if you're not interested in a hike.
The Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is in Dayton, Ohio. The park commemorates Wilbur and Orville Wright's work on their experimental airplane, the Wright Flyer. The work done in Dayton would eventually lead to the successful first flight of their airplane in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park is dedicated to the efforts of Colonel George Rogers Clark. In 1779 Clark successfully negotiated the surrender of British troops who had occupied the area near Vincennes, Indiana, opening up a new American frontier.
The William Howard Taft National Historic features the birthplace and childhood home of the 27th president of the United States, William Howard Taft. The house has been restored to its original 1840s appearance.
Oktoberfest Indianapolis – Oktoberfest returns to Indianapolis each year in early October. The fest features eating competitions, keg rolling, and the traditional running of the wiener dogs.
Indianapolis Jazz Festival – Taking place the first weekend of October, the Jazz Festival features live music, food, and drinks.
Potter's Bridge Fall Festival – Each year, Noblesville hosts a fall festival on the banks of the White River in October. The festival features arts and crafts, fall-themed food, pumpkin carving, and beautiful fall views of Potter's Bridge Park.
Forest Park is an attractive city park in Noblesville. The park features trails and green space across 150 acres.
Morse Park and Beach on the shores of the Morse Reservoir offers visitors the chance to boat, fish, or relax on the beach.
Dr. James A. Dillon Park is a charming city park in Noblesville that features disc golf and a skate park.
Our first choice for camping near Noblesville, Indiana is Grandpa's Farm Campground in Richmond, Indiana. Grandpa's Farm offers full hookup amenities in a relaxed, rural setting. If you prefer to be closer to the big city, Heartland Resort in Greenfield, Indiana, is only about 20 minutes from Indianapolis. Consider Cornerstone Campground in New Castle, Indiana, if you're looking for a more luxurious, resort-style experience with activities and amenities.
The Flying J Travel Plaza in Indianapolis caters to RVs and features a dump station and other RV amenities. Follow the River RV Resort in Florence, Indiana offers a dump station to the public for a small fee.
For RV storage near Noblesville, we recommend Wanamaker Self Storage in Indianapolis. Wanamaker Self Storage offers 24/7 access to their secure site. Bentley's Boat and RV Storage Facility, located in Indianapolis, features a dump site, video surveillance, and on-site security.
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. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Noblesville, IN, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Noblesville?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Noblesville 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 Noblesville?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.