Located 280 Miles (450 Kilometres) South of Acadia National Park, Boston is a great starting point for an RV road trip. With three rental suppliers available you're guaranteed to find the vehicle that best suits your needs, then hit the road and head up the coast for 4 and a half hours until you reach your destination.
If you're looking for a longer drive, Middletown, CT gives you another great starting point option for an RV journey to Acadia National Park. With Britz, Road Bear and Star drive camper options available in the area, you'll be spoilt for choice. The Drive to Acadia from Middletown is around 382 Miles (614 Kilometres) and will take you through three states, totalling around 6 hours on the road.
Middlebury provides another great starting destination for your Acadia National Park RV rental. Located in the heart of Vermont, starting in Middlebury will give you a totally different driving experience with multiple route options to choose from. Take th I-89 South-West from your starting destination and follow the coast up through Portland. Or if inland is more your thing take the I-93 and visit the White Mountain National Forest on your way through New Hampshire. This option will take you around 7 hours and 398 Miles (640 Kilometres) to reach your destination.
If New York is your chosen starting point the journey to Acadia National Park in your RV will take you through Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine for a total driving distance of 482 Miles (776 Kilometres) and 8 hours on the road. Being a larger city, your options for a rental supplier and much larger with 12 fleets on offer, including the likes of Cruise America, El Monte, Britz and other big RV rental brands.