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Hartland Fuel 352

Hartland Fuel 352

2019 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
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19.0 miles from Seattle, WA
$159
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Heartland  Elkridge

Heartland Elkridge

2017 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 4
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21.2 miles from Seattle, WA
$170
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Keystone / Cougar

Keystone / Cougar

2015 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 5
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33.2 miles from Seattle, WA
$170
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Grand design  367BHS

Grand design 367BHS

2018 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 5
23.2 miles from Seattle, WA
$154
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Forest River Shockwave

Forest River Shockwave

2016 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
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38.4 miles from Seattle, WA
$125
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Durango by KZ 3225

Durango by KZ 3225

2010 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 4
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27.4 miles from Seattle, WA
$110
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Keystone Montana

Keystone Montana

2007 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 6
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33.2 miles from Seattle, WA
$170
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Colorado Dutchman

Colorado Dutchman

2007 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 11
26.6 miles from Seattle, WA
$178
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Palomino  Columbus

Palomino Columbus

2014 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
34.8 miles from Seattle, WA
$139
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Keystone  Copper Canyon

Keystone Copper Canyon

2009 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
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35.4 miles from Seattle, WA
$109
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Voltage 3975

Voltage 3975

2017 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 7
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59.2 miles from Seattle, WA
$144
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Sandpiper  32 clubhouse

Sandpiper 32 clubhouse

2017 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 8
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55.7 miles from Seattle, WA
$125
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Durango G384RLT

Durango G384RLT

2018 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 4
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46.1 miles from Seattle, WA
$149
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Keystone  Alpine   3660FL

Keystone Alpine 3660FL

2018 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
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106.5 miles from Seattle, WA
$195
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Primetime Crusader

Primetime Crusader

2016 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 9
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103.8 miles from Seattle, WA
$139
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Heartland  Big Country

Heartland Big Country

2015 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 4
106.7 miles from Seattle, WA
$134
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Spartan 1245

Spartan 1245

2017 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 6
117.5 miles from Seattle, WA
$200
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Cardinal  31 foot

Cardinal 31 foot

2005 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 2
108.7 miles from Seattle, WA
$79
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Seattle RV, Motorhome and Camper Rentals

The Emerald City of Seattle, Washington, is truly a magnificent place to explore in an RV. If you’re considering an RV rental in Seattle, check out the different classes of RV so that you have a good idea of all the possibilities. As they come in different sizes and with various amenities, one may give you a more enjoyable journey than another. This brief guide will help you to understand their differences.

Class A motorhomes are very large, anywhere from 20 feet long to 40 feet long. Think of the tour vehicles that celebrities are known to use. They're luxurious and spacious, and they can sleep up to 10 people. These vehicles come with top-of-the-line kitchen and bathroom amenities too.

Class B campervans are like a smaller version of the Class A motorhomes. They're easier to maneuver than both Class A and Class C RVs. They still have everything you would want in an RV, such as a mini kitchen, toilet, storage, and bed, and you can save on the cost of fuel throughout your trip since they're more fuel efficient.

Class C motorhome rentals in Seattle are often a great option because they have more space than a Class B campervan and some of the luxuries of a Class A.

All of the above options are motorcoaches, but you also have the option to choose towable trailers or pop-up camper rentals in Seattle.

Travel trailers require a car or truck to tow them. This can be convenient because you can set up your trailer and use your car to drive around. They also come in different sizes, so you can choose one based on the number of people on the trip. A toy hauler, a fifth wheel trailer, and a pop-up camper rental in Seattle are the different types of trailer options available.

RV Campgrounds Near Seattle, Washington

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.

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.

US National & State Parks Nearby Seattle

You’ve got a few options when it comes to choosing a national park to visit in Seattle, as this state has a lot of terrain to explore. To see glaciers, go to North Cascades National Park, and to stroll along a rugged coastline, visit Olympic National Park.

As one of the most well-known national parks in the United States, Mount Rainier National Park is open all year. The park has something to offer during each season, but the summer months see the most visitors. For the avid hiker, this is a great RV trip, as the park has more than 260 miles of hiking trails that are maintained. There are also small towns with shops, museums, and restaurants nearby the park.

RV Storage Facilities in Seattle, Washington

Seattle is an ideal place for an RV trip because of its natural beauty and all of the facilities available to make traveling in an RV comfortable. If you need storage, you’ve got Ferguson Terminal Boat Car RV Truck Storage and US Self Storage Network that offers enclosed, covered, and uncovered storage at reasonable prices. There's also Eastside RV and Boat Storage in Kirkland, among many other options nearby Seattle.

Dumpstations Near Seattle

Dumpstations near Seattle include North Transfer Station, South Transfer Station, Seattle Public Utilities Transfer Station, and Bow Lake Recycling and Transfer Station.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Seattle, Washington

The Seattle Great Wheel is a Ferris wheel that's 127 feet high, and it's worth being on your must-do list when visiting the city. A ride on the Seattle Center Monorail is also a popular attraction, as it's a designated historic landmark. Downtown Seattle offers many more delightful experiences, including the Museum of Flight and Pike Place Market.

Sports and Entertainment Near Seattle, Washington

Seattle is a city that loves sports, so it makes for an ideal RV trip for any sports enthusiasts due to all of the sporting events here. Some of the top sporting experiences include Seattle Seahawks (NFL football), Seattle Mariners (MLB Baseball), and Seattle Sounders FC (MLS Soccer) games.

Seattle offers 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 Ignite, HONK! Fest West, and the Annual Jet City Rose 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.

Highways in or Near Seattle, Washington

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.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Seattle, WA

Do I need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Seattle, WA?

If you are considering a rental from RVshare, then you will need to be 25 years of age to be approved.

Do I need insurance when I rent an RV?

Just like any vehicle that you rent, with camper rentals in Seattle, WA, you are going to need to have insurance that will cover the vehicle in the event that there is an accident. If you do not have insurance that you can use for the rental, then take a look at our insurance page for more information about your options.

Do I need to return my rental RV with a full tank?

When you rent an RV, it’s a good practice to bring the RV back with a full tank. At the same time, not all owners require it, so be sure to communicate with the RV owner before you rent so that you understand his or her refueling requirements.

Does RVshare offer one-way RV rentals in Seattle, WA?

One-way RV rentals in Seattle, WA are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.

RV Rentals Near Seattle, WA