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Guide to New York

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New York

An RV is a much more practical way to explore attractions outside of New York City. Many locals venture to Long Island or the much smaller pedestrian-only Fire Island on warm summer weekends. Even more beaches lie along the Jersey Shore south of Manhattan. The towering Palisades on the Hudson River's west bank are a popular local camping spot, while Rye Playland is one of Westchester's main attractions. However, no theme park on Earth can match the size of Jackson, New Jersey's Six Flags Great Adventure.

Attractions

The Statue of Liberty was the first landmark millions of immigrants saw as they entered New York. Today, a Liberty Island ferry ticket is the only thing visitors must purchase to enter this iconic statue France first gave to the city in 1886. The first stop for many immigrants to the United States, the Ellis Island inspection station, has been converted into a museum documenting many of their stories.

Visitors can admire the famous New York City skyline from the 86th or 102nd floor observation decks at the Empire State Building, another iconic Manhattan landmark. Central Park Zoo is just one of the family friendly attractions in its sprawling namesake park. Almost 38 million people relax in Central Park, a green oasis in the middle of Manhattan, each year. Nearby is the American Museum of Natural History, whose complex contains almost 30 buildings and over 30 exhibition halls.

The world's most famous New Year's Eve celebration is just one occasion where the bustling Times Square is a popular gathering place. No other public square on Earth sees more visitors than the colourful corner of 7th Avenue and Broadway.

Over two million masterpieces from around the globe are on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but Van Gogh's Starry Night is part of the world's largest modern art collection at the Museum of Modern Art. The city's most solemn landmark, however, is the National September 11 Memorial and Museum which now stands on the former World Trade Center site.

Camping in New York

Liberty Harbor RV Park in Jersey City park is no more than 15 minutes from Manhattan by tour bus, the Grove Street PATH subway station, or the NY Waterway Ferry.

Visitors seeking a more rural RV park which is still relatively close to the city may prefer the New York City North/Newburgh KOA. These wooded acres are just 60 minutes north of New York City in the heart of the Hudson Valley.

The Pine Cone Resort and Campground is roughly halfway between New York City and Philadelphia in the small New Jersey community of Freehold; however, it is still easy to reach New York City by ferry or bus.

Diving in New York

New York City is one of the most notoriously difficult places to drive in the entire United States. In fact, many locals do not own cars and prefer to take advantage of the city's subway, bus, rail, and yellow cab networks. Driving does, however, become much easier once visitors leave the city limits, except perhaps during the coldest winter months. Motorists under 21 cannot legally drive with a blood alcohol limit higher than 20 mg/dL, while the limit is 80 mg/dL for those over 21.

  • Speed limits in the city: 50kph.
  • Speed limits on national roads: 105kph.
  • Help number: 9-1-1

Camping in New York

Liberty Harbor RV Park in Jersey City park is no more than 15 minutes from Manhattan by tour bus, the Grove Street PATH subway station, or the NY Waterway Ferry.

Visitors seeking a more rural RV park which is still relatively close to the city may prefer the New York City North/Newburgh KOA. These wooded acres are just 60 minutes north of New York City in the heart of the Hudson Valley.

The Pine Cone Resort and Campground is roughly halfway between New York City and Philadelphia in the small New Jersey community of Freehold; however, it is still easy to reach New York City by ferry or bus.

Diving in New York

New York City is one of the most notoriously difficult places to drive in the entire United States. In fact, many locals do not own cars and prefer to take advantage of the city's subway, bus, rail, and yellow cab networks. Driving does, however, become much easier once visitors leave the city limits, except perhaps during the coldest winter months. Motorists under 21 cannot legally drive with a blood alcohol limit higher than 20 mg/dL, while the limit is 80 mg/dL for those over 21.

  • Speed limits in the city: 50kph.
  • Speed limits on national roads: 105kph.
  • Help number: 9-1-1

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