New York - New York City
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New York - New York City
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The best campervan rentals near New York City, NY

New York City is located on one of the biggest natural harbors in the world & is separated into 5 boroughs; Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx & Staten Island. Any one of the five would make a great starting point for a campervan road trip. 

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Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB)

High Top in Jersey City

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New York City is the largest city by population in the USA. With over 8.3 million people located within its 302 square miles, it is also the most densely populated city. Its metropolitan statistical area has close to 20 million people and a combined statistical area population of over 23 million making it one of the world's most populous megacities. Often described as the cultural, financial, and media capitals of the world, New York City has a significant influence on commerce, entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, art, fashion, and sports.

Outdoor exploration in a city like New York can be challenging, however, Central Park is an outdoor haven in the middle of the bustling city. 863 acres of prime outdoor space located in the middle of Manhattan, free for all to explore and experience lush greenery and gardens. Take a stroll across the picturesque cast-iron Bow Bridge, a perfect setting for the unforgettable movie and TV scenes as well as wedding and engagement photos. Go for a run or walk along the Jackie O. Reservoir as the trees and flowers blossom in the spring changing color in the fall, with the skyline serving as a backdrop. 

Another way to enjoy the incredible NYC skyline in an outdoorsy setting is kayaking. There are a number of boathouses offering free 20-minute kayak rentals through volunteer-run communities along the Hudson and East river. Coney Island Beach is a great place for fun in the sun with a campervan rental. Located in the southernmost part of Brooklyn, the salty sea air and boardwalk are open all year round. For a thrilling head to the Cyclone, a wooden rollercoaster, and landmark that’s been in operation since 1927. Don’t forget to get a snack at Nathan’s, a Coney Island landmark famous for its annual hotdog-eating contest on July 4th. Then hop on over to the Bronx Zoo in your Class B RV rental. It’s the largest one in the United States, opening its doors in 1899, the sprawling 265-acre wildlife conservation center houses more than 6,000 animals and 700 species.

Van Cortlandt Park is the 3rd largest park in the city with perhaps the most to offer for visitors seeking outdoor recreation. There are 1,146 acres hosting many hiking trails, crossing forests, scrubland, meadows, and wetlands. There is also the oldest public golf course in the country with a long list of past celebrity players. Once done at the park head out in a camper van rental to the only public beach in the Bronx, Orchard Beach. Its crescent-shaped sandy beach extends for a little over a mile and has 26 courts for basketball, volleyball, and handball.

NYC Fun Facts

Originally Times Square was known as Longacre Square until the Times moved there in 1904. 

More than 800 languages are spoken in New York City making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world.

Brooklyn would be the fourth largest city in the United States if it was its own city instead of a borough of NYC.

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