If you have plans to explore North Carolina, one of our Durham RV Rentals would be just the ticket for you. Conveniently, there is a Cruise America rental center right in Durham!
With Cruise America, it`s easy to get on the road without leaving comfort behind. Our Durham RV rental center is well equipped with plenty of top-notch RV models to choose from. Whether you`re staying in the Raleigh-Durham area or traveling to locales across the country, our professional staff can put you in the right RV for your vacation. Choose from small, standard and large motorhomes — all with comfortable sleeping, cooking, showering and relaxation areas.
Some of the reasons you may choose to rent an RV for this family vacation, is that not only is it the most comfortable way to travel, but it makes the most economic sense. There are no more hotel rooms to rent while you have a Cruise America RV at your disposal. Wherever you choose to stay, you can do just that … stay! There are no check in times, nor are there checkout times. You needn’t worry about the possibility of “no vacancy” signs, as you are already in your room when you pull up to your destination.
Durham, along with its neighbor, Raleigh, has enough things to see and do to keep any family occupied for a very long vacation. You will be amongst the six million people that visit this quaint, artsy town each year. Located in the heart of North Carolina, Durham is populated with a little over a quarter of a million people. They live there for good reason — it`s a very creative and entrepreneurial community. The temperatures are pleasant year round, and the activities are endless.
Outside the city limits of Durham is some of the most beautiful countryside one could hope to find. There are several RV parks where you can camp for as long as you desire, as this is a popular way to travel in this part of the United States.
Just 129 miles away from the Raleigh Durham area is the Tryon Palace in New Bern. This restored mansion was the capital of the colony of North Carolina during the Revolutionary War, and present day serves as an educational reminder of those tumultuous times. There are tours of the main mansion and gardens, and self-guided tours of the kitchen and stable. The tours are made more enjoyable by guides who dress up in the garb of the era, and answer any questions you may have about those times past. While you`re there, be sure to sample the local, fresh seafood and the beautiful waterfront views. These are things that first lured settlers to this part of the state. To get there, just take Highway 70 East to New Bern.
Just a two-hour trip on I-40 W from Raleigh Durham is Mount Airy. For the fans of the Andy Griffith Show, this is the real Mayberry RFD; the very town that Griffith based his show on. Enjoy the vibrant Main Street, which continually draws in the nostalgia with the monthly "cruise-in" for classic cars. This quaint town rests near the Virginia state line. It is also a great stepping off point to the wineries of the Yadkin Valley Wine Trail.
So let’s cruise America, with an RV rental in Durham, North Carolina.