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Forest River R-Pod M-179

Forest River R-Pod M-179

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 3
Offers Delivery
14.1 miles from Seattle, WA
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Coachmen Viking 17bhs

Coachmen Viking 17bhs

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
13.7 miles from Seattle, WA
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nuCamp RV TAB 320 S

nuCamp RV TAB 320 S

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 2
Offers Delivery
19.2 miles from Seattle, WA
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inTech RV Flyer Explore

inTech RV Flyer Explore

2020 / Toy Hauler
Sleeps 4
Offers Delivery
15.4 miles from Seattle, WA
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Winnebago Outlook 25J

Winnebago Outlook 25J

2019 / Class C Motor Home
Instant Book
Sleeps 6
Offers Delivery
10.7 miles from Seattle, WA
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Seattle, Washington, is truly a magnificent place to explore in an RV. The Pacific Northwest’s cooler climate makes it a great destination in summer, and the area’s forests, shorelines, and city life mean there’s something for everyone.

Visiting Seattle in an RV rental is a wonderful way to see the town. You have plenty of options for your Seattle motorhome rental. A Class A motorhome gives you plenty of room and amenities for your trip. You can rent a motorhome in Seattle for about $225 a night. If you rent for a week, you get a discount that works out to about $214 a night, and if you rent for a month you can bring the cost down to $200 per night.

A Class B campervan is a great vehicle if you’re going to head up nearby mountain roads or if you don’t need as much room. You can rent a campervan in Seattle for about $200 a night, though you can certainly find some for less and for much more. If you rent for a week, that works out to $186 per night, and $167 a night if you rent for a month.

Class C campers are a good mix - they have more room like a Class A but are easier to maneuver like a Class B van. You can find a Class C camper rental in Seattle for around $220 a night, or $200 per night for a week, or $150 a night if you rent for a month. 

Discover Seattle in an RV

An RV rental in Seattle is a wonderful way to experience the city and the beautiful state of Washington.


US National & State Parks

Considering the Pacific Northwest’s breathtaking scenery, it’s no wonder there are several national parks to visit near Seattle. North Cascades National Park is home to glaciers, crystal blue lakes, and fields of colorful alpine flowers. Olympic National Park has sparkling waterfalls and beautiful hikes, and Mount Rainier National Park features the active volcano that is one of Washington state’s most recognized landmarks. Seattle also has many nearby state parks to enjoy. Saltwater State Park allows you a beach getaway very close to the city, while Hells Gate State Park showcases 14-million year old Basaltic columns and pit houses that were once part of the Nez Perce village that was on the site. 

Manchester State Park is also a great state park to visit, along the shore of Rich Passage. The park is home to a large brick building that was once a torpedo warehouse, and the park has hiking trails and kayaking, swimming, and diving along the shore. 

RV Parks & Campgrounds

This list of the top 10 campgrounds in Seattle at RVshare can give you some great RV trip ideas when you want a new place to explore. If you’re looking for a campground close to downtown Seattle, then Vasa Park Resort is the place to stop. You'll be minutes away from restaurants, shops, and theaters in the downtown area.

The Seattle/Tacoma KOA is a family- and pet-friendly campground with all of the amenities you need for a long stay. Another campground worth visiting is Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground. It offers river walks with beautiful views and is home to some wildlife. You won’t miss your Wi-Fi connection or shower when you stay here, either.

Tourist Attractions

The Space Needle is perhaps Seattle’s most iconic landmark, and graces many postcards and pictures of the city. Next to the Space Needle is the fanciful Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum featuring colorful blown-glass sculptures tucked among gardens. Downtown Seattle offers many more delightful experiences, including the Museum of Flight and the world-famous Pike Place Market.

Sports and Entertainment

Seattle is a city that loves sports, so it makes for an ideal RV trip for sports enthusiasts. The Seattle Seahawks play football here at CenturyLink Field, Mariners baseball games are at T-Mobile Park, and the Seattle Sounders play soccer in the city as well. 

Seattle is known for its music scene, and there is a wonderful selection of entertainment just about every day of the year, whether it’s a game, concert, performance, festival, or reading event. Festivals include the music festival HONK! Fest West, and the Annual Jet City Rosé Experience. If watching live theater is more your thing, check out the shows that are happening at the Paramount Theater, Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater, Moore Theater, or The Showbox.

Dump Stations

Dump stations near Seattle include the North Transfer Station, South Transfer Station, Seattle Public Utilities Transfer Station, and Bow Lake Recycling and Transfer Station. 

You can also find dump stations at many of the city’s campgrounds if you’re not staying at one that has full hookups. The Seattle/Tacoma KOA has a dump station that costs under $10 to use, and Lake Wenatchee State Park has a dump station available for less than $10 as well.

Highways & Airports near Seattle

Connecting Seattle with Spokane and the Idaho border, Interstate 90 is the longest highway in Washington. I-5 starts as highway 99 at the Canadian border and ends at the Oregon state line. The auxiliary highway I-405 bypasses Seattle on the east side, while I-705 goes into downtown Tacoma.

If you plan to fly to the city, you have a few options. The most popular airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, known to locals as Sea-Tac. It’s about 13 miles south of Seattle along I-5. Sea-Tac has flights all over the country and around the world, and is used commonly for flights to Europe and Asia. Seattle Boeing Field Airport is a smaller option for flights around the Pacific Northwest and Canada.

RV Rentals Near Seattle, WA

National Parks Near Seattle, WA

State Parks Near Seattle, WA

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Seattle, WA

Road Trips Starting from Seattle, WA

RV Dump Stations Near Seattle, WA
Many of the Washington RV dump stations can be found in or near Seattle, the largest city in the state and in the Pacific Northwest, which is also home to such well-known attractions as the Space Needle. Professional sports teams that play for Seattle include the Mariners baseball team and the Seahawks football team, so you may travel to the area in your RV for a game. 
RV Storage Near Seattle, WA
As the biggest city in Washington, Seattle is a popular road trip destination for RVers. The Emerald City is known for its Pike Place Market and towering Space Needle. Thankfully for travelers, the region is home to many great campgrounds and RV storage facilities. When choosing an RV storage facility in Seattle, Washington, keep in mind that the Puget Sound region has mild weather with a lot of precipitation. You’ll want to consider this when choosing between outdoor and indoor storage options. The following facilities for RV storage Seattle, which are listed in no particular order, will serve your needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Seattle, WA

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Seattle?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Seattle, WA, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Seattle?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Seattle from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Seattle?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.