If any of your RV rentals in North Carolina takes you to Charlotte, make the whole family happy with a visit to the Carowinds Amusement Park. Not only are there plenty of roller coasters - both modern creations and older wooden ones - but also rides suited for those who prefer slightly less risk in their rides, great experiences while on your RV rental vacation. An additional interesting fact about the park is that it is actually situated on the border of North and South Carolina, so visitors will be crossing between the two states while walking to rides and attractions inside. Charlotte is also home to a wide variety of museums, ranging from the historical covering pre-Revolutionary times, some even inside of buildings from the time period, to their Science and Natural History center.
If you're interested in seeing unique and beautiful architecture during your RV rentals in North Carolina, two North Carolina sites to include on your RV rental trip are the Jackson Building and the Basilica St. Lawrence, both located in Asheville. The Jackson Building was built in 1925 and was western North Carolina's first skyscraper; it also features impressive architecture. The Basilica St. Lawrence church was built in a Spanish Renaissance architectural style, and has beautiful stained glass windows and statues throughout.
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In the Great Smokey Mountains National Park you will find two popular natural attractions for RV rental customers: the Sugarlands Trail and Grotto Falls. Sugarlands Trail is lined by many species of wildflowers in the summer, and brings hikers over a river - bring a picnic lunch and eat while relaxing to the sound of flowing water. The Grotto Falls waterfall trail passes behind the waterfall itself, allowing visitors to see it from the back as well as the front, a unique experience that will surely not be forgotten. Another popular trail in North Carolina is the Appalachian Trail, winding up and down over gentle slopes to somewhat steep valleys and hills; but the views at the top are well worth the effort, a perfect adventure during your RV rentals in North Carolina.