New York City
See the shows and stellar cityscapes in the city that doesn’t sleep
From classic Broadway shows to the Bronx Zoo, there’s something for everyone. Visit Manhattan landmarks like Lincoln Center, the Empire State Building and Central Park. Take in the skyline with a free ride on the Staten Island Ferry. Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and enjoy spectacular views. A staircase leads to Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood with art galleries, shops and Bargemusic, a floating concert hall. Catch a ball game at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx or Citi Field, the Mets’ home in Queens.
Along with palatial museums like The Met and the American Museum of Natural History, there are hundreds of art galleries in neighborhoods from Chelsea to Williamsburg. Shopping options range from designer flagships like Barneys on Madison Avenue to the Brooklyn Flea, an outdoor marketplace with hundreds of vendors.
How do RVers access the crowded Big Apple, you ask? Simply consult that listings of RV parks in the New York City area and then take a train or bus to explore the city sites. It’s a travel adventure like no other.
For More Information:
New York City Visitors Guide
New York Travel and Tourism