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The Midwestern United States, also referred to as the American Midwest or simply the Midwest, is one of the four geographic regions defined by the United States Census Bureau, occupying the northern central part of the United States of America. It was officially named the North Central region by the Census Bureau until 1984. Although the region is often defined in a number of ways, the Census Bureau's definition consists of 12 states in the north central United States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Illinois is the most populous of the states and North Dakota the least. A 2012 report from the United States Census put the population of the Midwest at 65,377,684. The Midwest is divided by the Census Bureau into two divisions. The East North Central Division includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin, all of which are also part of the Great Lakes region. The West North Central Division includes Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, and South Dakota, several of which are located at least partly, within the Great Plains region. Major rivers in the region include, from east to west, the Ohio River, the Upper Mississippi River, and the Missouri River. Chicago is the most populated city in the American Midwest and the third most populous in the entire country. Other large Midwest cities include (in order by population): Indianapolis, Columbus, Detroit, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Omaha, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Wichita and St. Louis. Chicago and its suburbs form the largest metropolitan statistical area with 9.8 million people, followed by Metro Detroit, Minneapolis–St. Paul, Greater St. Louis, Greater Cleveland, Greater Cincinnati (without the Kentucky portion), Kansas City metro area, and the Columbus metro area.

RV Rental Midwestern United States


2018 Jayco Jay Feather
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$95 / Night

2018 Jayco Jay Feather

Nashville, Tennessee

Sleeps 7 Toilet Shower

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2018 25' Zinger 252BH - Nashville 5
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$150 / Night

2018 25' Zinger 252BH - Nashville 5

Nashville, Tennessee

Sleeps 9 Toilet Shower

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Four Winds HURRICANE 35ft Class A
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$200 / Night

Four Winds HURRICANE 35ft Class A

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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AMERICAN  EAGLE 42V
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$450 / Night

AMERICAN EAGLE 42V

Romeoville, Illinois

Sleeps 8 Toilet Shower

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Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville V1
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$110 / Night

Cabover Style C 23-25ft RV - Louisville V1

Elizabethtown, Kentucky

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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2019 Z-1 Zinger 211RD - Nashville 4
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$117 / Night

2019 Z-1 Zinger 211RD - Nashville 4

Nashville, Tennessee

Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower

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2018 Wolf Pup 16BHS
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$99 / Night

2018 Wolf Pup 16BHS

Savage, Minnesota

Sleeps 5 Toilet Shower

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2019 Wolf Pup 16FQ
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$99 / Night

2019 Wolf Pup 16FQ

Savage, Minnesota

Sleeps 3 Toilet Shower

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Places to Visit near Midwestern United States


The Art Institute of Chicago

One of the premier museums in the U.S. — and with the opening of the sensational new '''Modern Wing''', it's one of the largest, too. Set aside a whole day and arrive early! Iconic pieces on display include "American Gothic" by Grant Wood (the stoic farm couple), "Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper (the late-night diner), Georges Seurat's pointillist masterpiece "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte". The Art Institute also boasts the world's best collection of Impressionist painting outside of France. But there's a lot more to discover, including a great selection of early 20th-century painting, architecture, and photography, as well as archaeological finds covering 5,000 years of art and cultural history.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours

To encourage and inspire our participants to step away from everyday life and discover an unique and exhilarating experience—At the same time instill a sense of responsibility to preserve and protect our natural environment. Hocking Hill Canopy Tours is committed to maintaining a "state-of-the-art" zipline canopy tour, with an emphasis on SAFETY FIRST. To this end, we invest in, practice, and comply with all safety standards in our industry.

Park Millennium

Millennium Park is a public park located in the Loop community area of Chicago in Illinois, USA and originally intended to celebrate the millennium. It is a prominent civic center near the city's Lake Michigan shoreline that covers a 24.5-acre (99,000 m2) section of northwestern Grant Park. The area was previously occupied by parkland, Illinois Central rail yards, and parking lots. The park, which is bounded by Michigan Avenue, Randolph Street, Columbus Drive and East Monroe Drive, features a variety of public art. As of 2009, Millennium Park trailed only Navy Pier as a Chicago tourist attraction. Some observers consider Millennium Park to be the city's most important project since the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. Discover a state-of-the-art collection of architecture, landscape design and art that provide the backdrop for hundreds of free cultural programs including concerts, exhibitions, tours, and family activities. In Millennium Park, you’ll find a new kind of town square – a lively, spectacular gathering spot located in the heart of the city and a destination for Chicagoans and visitors alike.

Magnificent Mile

From major fashion houses to trendy retailers, Michigan Avenue shopping fulfills everyone’s retail fantasy. Whether it be “the little black dress,” the latest “it-bag” or the newest "gotta have gadget," the retailers of The Magnificent Mile offer everything your closet and home desires. Three vertical shopping centers tower over a district overflowing with luxury retailers, unique shops and popular stores, making for pure retail bliss. Shop Chicago on The Mile and accessorize with magnificence. 

Campgrounds and RV Parks near Midwestern United States


Petoskey State Park

a beautiful sandy beach on the bay!

Petoskey State Park, located on the north end of Little Traverse Bay, is situated on 303 scenic acres and offers a beautiful sandy beach on the bay. The park has two separate modern campgrounds. Tannery Creek offers 98 campsites, and Dunes offers 70 campsites. Petoskey State Park, located on the north end of Little Traverse Bay, is situated on 303 scenic acres and offers a beautiful sandy beach on the bay. The park has two separate modern campgrounds. Tannery Creek offers 100 campsites, and Dunes offers 80 campsites. The park land was originally deeded to Pay-Me-Gwau under an Ottawa Indian treaty in July of 1855. Later, much of the land was the site of the W.W. Rice Company. In 1934, the City of Petoskey purchased the land and named it the Petoskey Bathing Beach. In April of 1968, the beach was sold to the State of Michigan. On May 21, 1969, the state was given the title to the land. The campground opened its sites to the first campers in July of 1970.

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Tahquamenon Falls State Park

one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi

Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings or power lines. The centerpiece of the park, and the very reason for its existence, is the Tahquamenon River with its waterfalls. The Upper Falls is one the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. It has a drop of nearly 50 feet and is more than 200 feet across. A maximum flow of more than 50,000 gallons of water per second has been recorded cascading over these falls. Four miles downstream is the Lower Falls, a series of five smaller falls cascading around an island. Although not as dramatic as the Upper Falls, they are equally magnificent. The falls can be viewed from the river bank or from the island, which can be reached by rowboat rented from a park concession. The island walk affords a view of the falls in the south channel. This is the land of Longfellow's Hiawatha - "by the rushing Tahquamenaw" Hiawatha built his canoe. Long before the white man set eyes on the river, the abundance of fish in its waters and animals along its shores attracted the Ojibwa Indians, who camped, farmed, fished and trapped along its banks. In the late 1800's came the lumber barons and the river carried their logs by the millions to the mills. Lumberjacks, who harvested the tall timber, were among the first permanent white settlers in the area. Rising from springs north of McMillan, the Tahquamenon River drains the watershed of an area of more than 790 square miles. From its source, it meanders 94 miles before emptying into Whitefish Bay. The amber color of the water is caused by tannins leached from the Cedar, Spruce and Hemlock in the swamps drained by the river. The extremely soft water churned by the action of the falls causes the large amounts of foam, which has been the trademark of the Tahquamenon since the days of the voyager.

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Road Bear RV

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Roadtrippers

Roadtrippers

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TH2

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