Go Camping in an RV Rental at Lake George RV Park

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Want to go RV camping but you don’t own an RV? No problem. Renting an RV may be the way to go. You can either rent an RV and drive to the RV park, or you can drive directly to an RV park that offers park models that you can rent out. We recently went this route. Last year when we went RV camping, we drove up to the campsite in a 36 foot Winnebago that was loaned to us.

2016 Winnebago Vista LX 35B

We are novices when it comes to driving an RV of this size though, so this year we decided to go camping in an RV rental instead.

Last year’s RV camping trip was the first ever RV camping trip for my family. We stayed at Lake George RV Park and loved it so much we returned for the second year. It’s a full-service RV park that offers everything from electricity, water, sewage, and cable hook-ups to pools, playgrounds, entertainment and more. Lake George RV Park is well-reviewed by many visitors which is mainly why we chose it. Some of the things that are usually highlighted are the amenities and how friendly and helpful the park staff is.

Lake George RV Park

On-Site Park Model RV’s 
Lake George RV Park has many park model RV’s that you can rent. A park model RV is basically an RV that is stationary. It never moves.
 

Park Model RV's at Lake George RV ParkThe park model we stayed in was pretty roomy. My parents and one of my sisters joined us and there was plenty of room to accommodate all of us. We had a private bathroom, and two bedrooms—one had a queen-size bed and the other had full-size bunk beds. Master bedroom with Queen size bed

It also had a comfortable living room with cable television, a dining area that seats four, central air conditioning and plenty of storage. Outside the RV we enjoyed a private patio with awning, outdoor chairs, picnic table, fire ring, and gas grill.

Playing a board game in the park model RV rental at Lake George RV Park Camp Activities

No camping trip is complete without the activities that take place on campgrounds. The RV park has five heated swimming pools, two movie theaters, video arcades, basketball, tennis and shuffleboard courts, and an adult fitness center. If you are into hiking, the park has a number of trails available. Some are difficult while others are easier to conquer. There are also two ponds on the property. One is reserved for paddle boating and one is reserved for fishing.

The fishing pond at Lake George RV Park

Nearby Attractions

You can do a lot at the camp, but there are many places to visit, too. For example, you can take a drive to some of the nearby outlet malls for a little shopping. Lake George Village is also nearby where you can take a ride on the steamboat or enjoy some thrilling rides at The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom amusement park.

Steamboat in Lake George Village

In addition, Lake George RV Park is only an hour away from Vermont which also has lots of great places to explore, like Bromley Mountain.

Bungee Jumping at Bromley Mountain in Vermont

There really is a lot to be enjoyed at Lake George, which makes it a hot-spot for many travelers. You do have a lot of choices when it comes to RV camping, but it is easy to see the benefits of this location. They are open from May until mid-October. They are already taking reservations for the 2018 season so if you’re thinking about camping in an RV rental, make sure to book soon via their website at www.lakegeorgervpark.com.

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Ready to try out the RV lifestyle?  Visit GoRVing.com to find campgrounds that offer park model RV’s like the one we stayed in, different types of RV’s, what to bring and so much more!

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Diane

Diane is a New Jersey-based writer and blogger. She is a wife and the mom of a 13-year old boy. Through her blog, she wants to inspire moms to find Zen in their lives while offering practical tips and other valuable information to help families deal with everyday issues. Contact her at dianenassy@gmail.com

Go Camping in an RV Rental at Lake George RV Park

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