Pennsylvania is most famous for its historical areas in Philadelphia - including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Both the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution were drafted at Independence Hall, and the American flag was approved there as well. Be sure to include Philadelphia in your plans for your RV rental vacation to see these historic sites.
For RV rental customers with young children, Pennsylvania also has an abundance of amusement parks, including Hersheypark, Kennywood Park, and Dorney Park. Hersheypark was originally created by Milton S. Hershey for his employees, and now boasts both rollercoasters and tamer rides, as well as plenty of chocolate. Dorney Park's giant rollercoasters will keep the more adventuresome entertained, while the rest of the family relaxes on a scenic train ride or a swan boat ride. Kennywood Park has both terrifying rollercoasters in the dark, and a Kiddieland area for the kids.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Pennsylvania|
|Liberty Bell & Independence Hall|
|Amish County, Lancaster|
|Route 6 Potter County|
|King of Prussia Shopping Mall|
|Sesame Place & Sesame Street|
Of particular interest to RV rental customers are the Pocono Mountains, located in northeastern Pennsylvania. They cover more than two thousand square miles of land, with over a hundred lakes and 18 waterfalls. You can choose to explore and see many beautiful scenes firsthand, or visit one of many museums and art galleries dedicated to educating people about the surrounding land. In addition, musical and theatrical performances are held throughout the year at different locations in the Pocono Mountains.