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The best camper van rentals in Virginia

A Virginia camper van rental brings outdoor activities across the state within easy reach. Hike the trails in Shenandoah National Park, take in the history of Colonial Williamsburg, or roll down the windows for a drive along the famous Blue Ridge Parkway. Virginia offers endless fun with a camper van from GoCamp.

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Virginia is an outdoor paradise for adventure seekers. The southeastern state stretches from the Chesapeake Bay on the Atlantic Coast all the way to the Appalachian Mountains. With 70,000 acres in state parks, an iconic national park, and more than 800 miles of trails across the state, Virginia has access to everything the outdoors can offer.

Shenandoah National Park spans much of Virginia's mountainous borders. One hundred and one miles of the Appalachian Trail run through the park along with 400 more miles of trails. Roll your camper van windows down and enjoy the world-famous scenic views along the park's Skyline Drive. All five campgrounds in the park are open seasonally from early spring until late fall. Make a reservation online to ensure you have a place to park your camper van after adventuring all day in the park. Other than the national park, there are 1,808 campsites in 26 different parks throughout Virginia.

Home to America's founding fathers, Virginia is also home to rich history perfect for exploring on a camper van road trip. Tour historic plantation homes or visit the Jamestown Settlement where settlers first arrived in 1607 on James River’s shores. Steer your camper van towards Richmond and find yourself in Colonial Williamsburg, an authentic reenactment of colonial American life from 1775-1783.

Virginia Beach is more than just sand and waves. It's known for great dining, local arts and entertainment, and of course the 3-mile oceanfront boardwalk serving as the hub of the area. First Landing State Park is a great destination for camping and exploring outdoors near Virginia Beach. The park has drive-up campsites with electric and water hook-ups and cabins and yurts available. Additionally, Virginia Beach offers popular hiking trails and water sport opportunities like paddle boarding and kayaking. Your Virginia camper van adventure will have you ready to hit the road full time when you're through.

The Appalachian Trail is a bucket list item for many people, but Virginia's Triple Crown will also amaze any avid hiker looking to challenge themselves. One of the best ways to experience both in just 32 miles is by starting at Dragon’s Tooth and ending atop Mount Rogers where you can view the three other peaks, Mount Gibbs, Black Rock Mountain and Old Rag.

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Stella: Storyteller Overland Stealth MODE 4x4

Storyteller Overland Stealth MODE 4x4High Top in Charlottesville
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About half of the Civil Way was fought in Virginia with the two opposing capitals being Richmond and Washington.

You can enjoy 488 miles of shoreline on Virginia's coast.

Virginia is often called the mother of states since portions of the original colony are now part of six different states.

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