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Rambler may refer to:
- Rambler, Wyoming
- Rambler Channel (藍巴勒海峽), separates Tsing Yi Island and the mainland New Territories in Hong Kong
- The Ramble and Lake, Central Park, an area within New York City's Central Park
- Rambler (Bill Frisell album) an album by guitarist Bill Frisell
- Rambler (Gábor Szabó album) an album by guitarist Gábor Szabó
- The Ramblers, a British charity for recreational walkers
- Loyola Ramblers, the varsity sports teams of Loyola University Chicago
- RJD2, an American producer, singer and musician whose full name is Ramble John "RJ" Krohn
- The Rambler (1750–1752) was an essay series published by Edward Cave, mostly written by Samuel Johnson
- The Rambler (Catholic periodical) (1848–1862) was a Catholic magazine, founded by converts and edited by Cardinal Newman
- Rambler (automobile) and Nash Rambler, American automobile brands made by Thomas B. Jeffery Company (1900–1914), Nash Motors (1950–1957), and AMC (1958–1969)
- Rambler (bicycle), a turn-of-the-century American bicycle
- HMS Rambler, four ships of the Royal Navy
- Rambler 100, a racing yacht that capsized in the Fastnet Race on 15 August 2011
- Rambler (portal), a Russian search engine and Web portal similar to Yahoo!
- Rambler Rose, a species of rose native to eastern Asia, in China, Japan, and Korea
- Rambler, a style of house that extends sideways or in depth, therefore "rambles" (also known as ranch-style houses or California ramblers). The "ranch" euphemism was used by Levitt in his US post-war suburban homes. See Levittown, New York.
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