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Campervan Rental Washington

Washington sits on the western coast of the U.S., on the Pacific Ocean. That makes this one of the most desired locations for visitors looking for a modern location with ample amenities. From the mountain ranges to the waterfront, there is a lot to love about Washington’s outdoors. It’s also the home to Seattle, a large, ultra-modern city with some of the largest tech companies in the world. Washington is a large state with numerous areas to explore. When it comes to seeing it all, it is easy to do when you rent an RV and travel from the Canadian border to Oregon and from oceanfront to mountain top. For many booking an RV rental in Washington, though, it’s about seeing the beautiful surroundings and untapped countryside.

Places to visit

  • Washington is home to Olympia National Park, a stunning park noted for the mountains surrounding it.
  • For skiing and hiking, Hurricane Ridge provides some of the best opportunities to really get a feel for the natural beauty of this location – and to really have some fun on challenging slopes ideal for pros (though beginner options are available, too).
  • Take in Mount Rainer, a large, active volcano. Mount Rainer National Park attracts people seeking everything from hiking to seeing glaciers up close. The wildflowers through the spring and summer make for a picturesque view, too.
  • Explore Seattle. From the Space Needle to the numerous tech companies, Seattle is perhaps one of the most modern cities in the region.
  • Check out the wineries located throughout the state. There are 14 recognized American Viticultural areas in Washington.

Gastronomy

Washington offers a high level of cuisine. It’s easy enough to find local American favorites in steakhouses and burgers, but the seafood is phenomenal thanks to the area’s location on the ocean. King salmon is just the start. Gastropubs, small diners, and environmentally friendly vegan restaurants are also available throughout the state. As noted, wine is a large production here, but there’s plenty of craft brews and modern American drinks throughout the state.

Annual Events in Washington

  • The Washington State Fair takes place each September as a two-day event that welcomes many throughout the state.
  • Seattle Pride is a series of events taking place in late June celebrating diversity and the LGBT community.
  • The Seattle Chamber Music Winter Festival takes place each January as a free event that brings people in to listen to beautiful music.
  • Bellevue Squash Classic happens every May and is a large squash tournament that draws people from around the world.
  • Festal, the Seattle Cherry Blossom Festival, takes place in April. There’s no cost, but guests are able to explore the beautiful flowering cherry trees.

Camping in Washington

RV rental is easy throughout the state:

  • Spokane KOA Journey, which typically costs between $41 and $70 per night and offers 150 RV locations. Easy access to the amenities in Downtown Spokane along with Manito Park, Huntington Park, and the Spokane River.
  • Gorge Base Camp RV Park in White Salmon, Washington, provides 50 sites for those who rent an RV, with an average cost of about $50 per night. This location is close to Downtown Hood River with its breweries, museums, and restaurants.
  • Elwha Dam RV Park, located in Port Angeles, Washington, is an affordable, under $40 a night RV site with 52 sites close to Olympia National Park and Hurricane Ridge.

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