The Camden Children's Garden
The Camden Children's Garden is designed for children and families. It is a special place to explore and discover the natural world. The four-acre garden provides horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play. Guests enter the Camden Children's Garden at the Main Plaza, offering an open space for gathering and people watching. Make a splash! during the spring and summer months as the Main Plaza's Water Spray Ground comes alive creating a fun atmosphere. Guests are encouraged to bring bathing suits, water shoes, and towels. Surrounding the Plaza are shade trees and benches, creating comfortable resting spots for parents and chaperones. The Children?s Garden has numerous rides, attractions, and activities for children. The Storybook Gardens, to give only one example, invite children to interact with some of their favorite stories including The Three Little Pigs, A Giant?s Garden, The Frog Prince, and Alice in Wonderland!! The Garden is located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia and adjacent to the Adventure Aquarium, Susquehanna Bank Center, Battleship New Jersey and Riversharks Stadium.
Koa Campgrounds Philadelphia
With a heart filled with expectation and a mind fixed on the adventure of a lifetime, the trip to Koa Campgrounds Philadelphia may seem long and dreary, but the journey will be well worth your while. When you think one-stop camping sites for RV?s, this one is right up there with the best. It features a variety of different parking spots for RV?s and you have the option of dry camping or picking a spot that has added amenities such as water, electricity, and WiFi. The campgrounds feature some great activities, such as canoeing, swimming, mini golf, and a playground for the kids. There are also bike rentals and guided tours such as Philadelphia/Valley Forge Guided Tour and Lancaster CD Tour. Fishing takes place along the Brandywine River with fishing permits applicable to those aged sixteen and older. Over weekends, you can look forward to movies, crafts, entertainment hayrides, ice cream socials, and more.
Lums Pond State Park
Located just 20 minutes from Wilmington is Lums Pond State Park in the beautiful area of Bear. The campground in this national park has been recently upgraded, with 68 sites complete with electric, water and sewer hook-ups. The park has awesome facilities, with the focus on adventure. Thrill junkies will love this one. Swing from the trees on the new Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course, or for a more chill day, why not go boating or hiking. Of course, there are grills onsite for a good old camp cook up, and picnic tables to gather the family around.
This site is open year around, which is perfect for those who like exploring nature through the seasons. The forestry is awe inspiring with trees towering over you for as far as the eye can see. Camping at Lums Pond is akin to a that of a stay in an enchanted forest. This campsite really showcases Delaware?s natural beauty at its absolute best.
Indian Rock RV Park Campground
20 miles outside of Trenton, New Jersey, you will find Indian Rock RV Park Campground. Indian Rock is a excellent place to bring your RV rentals from NJ, which has lots of shade, and a swimming pool! Unique to this campground is the Bark Park, a playground for dogs. The RV campsites are spacious, and all sites have water and electricity which is great place for your RV rentals from NJ. Designated RV sites have sewer hookups as well. The laundry room has good machines and is reasonably priced. This campground is good for kids, as there is a playground for them, too! While taking your trip in a RV rental from NJ through Outdoorsy, the trees are plentiful and just the right kind to help string up your hammock. Sites each have picnic tables and fire rings, so you can enjoy all the outdoor pleasures of camping. This park is close to amenities and things to do including at least two wineries within ten miles, and Six Flags is just a few minutes away. If you prefer to stay at the campground, activities are often organized on site.
Turkey Swamp Park
Turkey Swamp Park is a Monmouth County park in Freehold, NJ which is a good location if you want to visit New York City or New Brunswick, New Jersey. This 2,263 acre wooded park was acquired and developed with campers in mind, including RV rentals from NJ. A major attraction is the 17-acre lake for fishing, boating, and ice-skating. The park also features miles of trails, an archery range and playgrounds. A walk through Turkey Swamp reveals a primitive wilderness. While in the Turkey Swamp Park wilderness in your RV rentals from NJ, much of the park is forested by pitch pine and oak trees with an understory of bracken fern, pepper bush, blueberry, and catbriar. Many plants and animals associated with the NJ Pine Barrens can be found here. One of the big perks of this park, while renting your NJ RV rental, is the fishing and boating opportunities. Visitors to the park can fish for bass, catfish, and bluegills either from the shore or from kayaks, rowboats, canoes and paddleboats available for rental in summer. All the RV sites are pull thru sites which is excellent for your family while renting the RV from NJ. They are dirt sites and not gravel, but they are level. The campground is heavily wooded which provides a nice rustic setting and plenty of shade.
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens
Apart from having some of the most incredible churches, cathedrals, and museums, Philadelphia is also home to Philadelphia?s Magic Gardens. You will be forgiven for wanting to get lost in these gardens as they soothe the soul and inspire the mind, with the fanciful layout of massive mosaic projects. An excursion through the Gardens will allow you take in the beauty of art in a different form, as everyday items find themselves the focus of expressive art themes. The Gardens were founded by Isaiah Zagar and has a rich history of community support, allowing it to be opened to the public in 2008. A visit to these gardens will leave you inspired to create beauty out of forgotten spaces in your own, personal environment. The Gardens are located near many other attractions in Philly?s city center, such as the Independence National Historical Park, Reading Terminal Market, Wanamaker Organ, and Walnut Street Theatre.
Museum of Indian Culture
For 35 years, the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown has set the standard in Pennsylvania for education about indigenous cultures. This non-profit, volunteer-staffed educational and resource center educates the public about the First Nations people that lived in the local region, as well as throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Permanent exhibits and collections include Native American dance regalia, prehistoric artifacts, and a life-size exhibit which recreates the ancient rock shelters that were unearthed near the city of Broomhall. You can also join an educational session and learn about the artwork, daily life, diet, and other information about the local Lenape people. The museum conducts daily guided tours, and guests are also welcome to peruse the collections on their own. There?s also a comprehensive research library on the premises. If you happen to visit in late August,you can experience the Roasting Ears of Corn Festival, the oldest Native American festival in the state.