Chimney Rock State ParkAre you looking for a fall break destination for you and your family? Are you ready to rent an RV and go camping—roasting marshmallows over the campfire and hiking until your heart’s content? Then our staff at AdventureQuest RV Rentals want to point you in the direction of Chimney Rock State Park.

You will never see North Carolina in the same way after a visit to Chimney Rock. This state park is well worth the four-hour trip from Raleigh, NC, and here are just a few reasons why:

  • The views: From the top of Chimney Rock, you can see the best of NC’s mountains and lakes, and fall is one of the best seasons to check it out due to all the fall foliage. Be sure to bring your camera!
  • Hiking: You can find hiking trails for everyone at Chimney Rock State Park. They have kid-friendly hikes as well as more strenuous mountain terrain.
  • Fishing: Want to bring your fishing pole along? You’ll be in good company at Chimney Rock, where you can fish along the Rocky Broad River. (Please note that you will need a North Carolina fishing license and trout license, a requirement throughout the park.)
  • Climbing: Are you an avid mountain climber? The rocky terrain at Chimney Rock offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Chimney Rock State Park doesn’t currently have campgrounds or other accommodations, but you aren’t out of luck. River Creek Campground is located about 12 miles (roughly 30 minutes) from the state park and offers everything you need to hook up your RV rental, including pull-through sites (if you prefer). While you may spend most of your time at Chimney Rock, the campground also offers some on-site activities including an arcade, fishing, a playground, rec room, picnic area, and more.

To reserve an RV for your fall break vacation, contact AdventureQuest RV Rentals at (919) 848-8870, or get a free quote online. We have just the motorhome you need, from decked-out Class A motorhomes to affordable travel trailers. Be sure to make your reservation soon (both for your rental and the campsite) so you can be sure to escape this fall.


photo credit: Chimney Rock and the USA flag via flickr license

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