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Forestriver Surveyor 295QBLE

Forestriver Surveyor 295QBLE

2016 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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81.0 miles from Washington
$129
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Keystone RV Hideout 24BHWE

Keystone RV Hideout 24BHWE

2021 / Travel Trailer
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75.8 miles from Washington
$149
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Jayco Jay Flight 32TSBH

Jayco Jay Flight 32TSBH

2018 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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28.9 miles from Washington
$175
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Jayco White Hawk 20MRB

Jayco White Hawk 20MRB

2014 / Travel Trailer
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Top Three RV Rental Locations in Washington

The state of Washington is a great place to travel by RV because it allows you a measure of convenience in the more rural areas. The most popular cities to rent RVs in Washington are Seattle, Spokane, and Vancouver. These are the most populated areas and offer the best variety of vehicles, so you can find exactly the right size for your family. 

In Seattle, you can choose from a variety of travel trailers. These vehicles sleep four to six people and cost an average of $100 a night. The Class C motorhomes are also popular and run a little over $200 a night. Another popular option is the camping vans that run about $200, depending on how many they sleep. In Spokane, you can find travel trailers to rent for less than $100 a night that are rated five stars. There are also a few Class A motorhomes for around $200 a night. Vancouver has travel trailers for around $100 a night. Class C motorhomes start at $175 a night.

Washington RV Rentals by City

Seattle is Washington's largest city. It is located in Puget Sound and is surrounded by water, majestic mountains, pristine evergreen forests, and acres of farmland. This town is known for being the home of the Space Needle, a magnificent tower built for the 1962 World’s Fair. There is plenty to see and explore in Seattle in addition to the Space Needle. You will want to see Pike Place Market, The Seattle Great Wheel located on the waterfront, and the Chihuly Garden and Glass.

Spokane is located in the eastern part of Washington and is home to the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. This town is rich in history and outdoor activities. Hiking trails take you up into the hills to challenge your endurance and reward you with amazing views. Be sure to check out the Riverfront Park, where you can ride the historic Looff Carrousel or take the kids to the Ice Age Floods playground. 

Vancouver, Washington, is located in southern Washington right over the border with Oregon on the Columbia River. This town has a colorful history to check out as well as recreational activities, diverse shopping, and a craft brew scene. Enjoy museums, art galleries, and the Kiggins Theatre. If you like the outdoors, be sure to explore Mount Saint Helens, the Columbia River Gorge, and Moulton Falls. There is also the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.

Best National Parks in Washington

North Cascades National Park is a vast wilderness in the northern part of Washington State. The mountains are home to beautiful conifer trees, and you will see plenty of glaciers and mountains. Climb the steep Thunder Creek Trail for epic views. Go boating on Ross Lake. This park is known for its rugged beauty, cascading waterfalls, and over 300 glaciers. In the northern area of the park, you will see a collection of mountains about 8,000 feet tall called the Picket Range. You will also see a variety of wildlife, including mountain goats, elk, moose, bears, and coyotes. 

Olympic National Park is in Washington’s peninsula that covers 922,000 acres. The park’s ecosystems go from snow-covered mountains to lush rain forests to a dramatic Pacific coastline. This park is popular with hikers and backpackers who love exploring the wilderness. You will need two or three days to cover the entire park. Be sure to visit Hurricane Ridge for the visitor’s center ranger-guided activities and exhibits. 

Mount Rainier National Park is located in the western part of Washington and includes an active volcano. Mount Rainier stands 14,410 feet above sea level and keeps watch over much of the state. It is the most glaciated peak in the lower United States. The park covers five major rivers. The icy volcano stands over meadows of wildflowers and ancient forests on the lower slopes. 

Popular State Parks in Washington

Illahee State Park is located in Bremerton, Washington. It is a marine camping park located on Port Orchard Bay. This is a beautiful area for camping and water activities. The park includes a veteran’s war memorial and the last stand of old-growth timber in the county. The park is home to one of the largest yew trees in the nation and includes spectacular views of Puget Sound.

Kitsap Memorial State Park is located in Poulsbo on the Hood Canal. This park has a quaint Log Hall Area that is a popular spot for weddings and other events. There are other cabins and RV sites available for camping. This park is only 62 acres and is known for inspiring sunrise and sunset views with the Olympic Mountains reflecting hues of pink and orange.

Lake Chelan State Park covers 139 acres on the shore of Lake Chelan near the Cascade Mountains. This park is a wonderful place for family camping trips. It is also popular with boaters, anglers, and water skiers with a long sandy beach, picnic tables, and a calm lagoon. You can also explore the hiking trails in the park.

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks in Washington

There are so many monuments and landmarks that you will want to see in Washington. Be sure to visit Snoqualmie Falls, which is located east of Seattle. You can stand on the observation decks and feel the mist in the air while watching the water falling 268 feet. This is one of the most popular scenic attractions in the state and includes a gift shop and the Salish Lodge. 

Puget Sound is located north of Seattle on an inlet of the Pacific Ocean and part of the Salish Sea. About two-thirds of the state’s population lives in this area, and it is the nation’s second-largest marine estuary. This area offers a wide variety of vacation activities, including big city life, romantic country inns, island retreats, and first-class resorts. There is plenty of hiking, boating, and sightseeing available in this area. 

Be sure to visit the Arthur Foss Tugboat, the oldest wooden tugboat afloat in the world. This tug was built in 1889 by the Willamette Iron and Steel Company of Portland, Oregon. In 1981, she was restored to operating condition and moored at the Northwest Seaport Museum in Seattle, Washington. That is where you can visit or see her when a volunteer crew takes her to maritime festivals. 

Popular RV Parks and Campgrounds in Washington

There are many wonderful campgrounds across the state! Fort Worden Historical State Park is located near Port Townsend has two campgrounds, a forested one and one located on the beach. The park has tidy camping spaces with a giant old military installation to climb on. There are also historic houses, museums, and a boat launch. The park is 432 acres with a huge variety of facilities, including a conference center, day use, and picnic areas as well as on-site food and a convenience store. 

Crescent Bar Recreation Area on the Columbia River has 55 newly remodeled, roomy sites. This is a great place to stay if you want to catch a concert at the nearby Gorge Amphitheater. You are also close to an area for wine tasting, hiking, or rock climbing at the Ancient Lakes. 

Icicle River RV Resort is located about three miles outside Leavenworth, which is far enough away to enjoy the peace and quiet but close enough to go into the town for fun. This area offers a year-round Oktoberfest and Nutcracker Museum as well as hiking, biking, and river rafting. 

RV Dump Stations in Washington

Dump stations in Washington can be found in campgrounds as well as RV supply stores, travel plazas, and some of the gas stations. North Spokane RV Campground outside of Spokane has a dump station that is open year-round and that also has rinse water available. The cost is free if you are a registered guest there or is $20 for visitors.

Evergreen RV Supply in Shoreline, Washington, is open during the week. It also provides parts and services throughout the year. Dumping costs $3. The Suncrest RV Park in Moses Lake is open every day. This facility also offers potable water and rinse water. The service is free for registered guests.

Upcoming Events in Washington

  • Bremerton Blackberry Festival – This annual event happens on Labor Day weekend. Stroll down the beautiful Bremerton Boardwalk and explore the exhibits, food booths, children’s activities, and live entertainment.
  • Seafood Festival – If you enjoy seafood, on the same weekend there is a Seafood Festival in Westport held at the Westport Maritime Museum. It is a huge feast of fresh fish, oysters, and other seafood with displays by local crafters and live music. 
  • Washington State Fair – Be sure to visit the annual Washington State Fair in September in Puyallup. This is one of the biggest fairs in the world featuring a host of rides and exhibits, a wide variety of food, and a wealth of entertainment.
  • The Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival – Also known as Crab Fest, this October event kicks off at the Port Angeles City Pier and celebrates the diverse bounty of the Olympic Peninsula. 
  • Oddities & Curiosities Expo – In October, Seattle hosts this unique event at the Washington State Convention Center. If you enjoy the unusual, you will find taxidermy, original artwork, horror-inspired pieces, handcrafted oddities, quack medical devices, and so much more.
  • Dia de Muertos Festival – In Seattle, the city presents this celebration of life and death at the Seattle Center in late October. This event features music and dancing, lasts all day, and is free to attend.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Washington

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

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.

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

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Washington 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 Washington?

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

National Parks Near Washington

State Parks Near Washington

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Washington

RV Storage Near Washington
The rugged state of Washington has many great locations that are best seen by camping in an RV or trailer. If you’re going to pay a visit to the Wenatchee Valley, then you may want to consider parking your camper at some of the beautiful RV campgrounds in the area. It’s important to remember that this area has cold winters and hot, dry summers. If you wish to protect your camper from the rough weather during the off-season, you’ll want to find quality RV storage Wenatchee. In no particular order, here are eight top-notch options for an RV storage facility in Wenatchee, Washington.
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