Understanding the different types of RVs will help you pick motorhome rentals in Yakima. Class A RVs are the best in terms of space and luxury but can be expensive to rent and fuel. Class B RVs are not as full of amenities as Class A options, but they can still get the job done. The frugal and economical may find the smaller, more convenient Class C motorhomes more to their liking.
A pop-up camper rental in Yakima can be foldable, flexible, and versatile. Travel trailers can come in a variety of sizes and configurations that can match multiple needs. If you want to travel in style with an opulence that comes close to matching that of a motorhome, then you might want to rent a fifth-wheel camper. If you choose to do so, don’t forget to procure the special towing hitch that will enable you to safely transport it.
Yakima Sportsman State Park is an RV campground that’s close to both downtown Yakima and the Yakima River. Guests can fish, bird-watch, hike, and play volleyball and horseshoes.
Trailer Inns RV Park of Yakima is conveniently located near Interstate 82. Its campsites are spacious enough to handle big rigs and to provide a small lawn for each Yakima RV rental. This park is close to the road that leads to Mount Rainier, so it’s an excellent place to stay for those going to Mount Rainier National Park.
Yakima is only an hour and a half away from Mount Rainier National Park. While much of the attention centers around the majestic Mount Rainier, guests can also appreciate glaciers, rivers, lakes, and meadows. Whether you want to hike three miles or 93 miles, there’s an ideal trail for you at Mount Rainier National Park.
If you want to visit more national parks, Olympic National Park and North Cascades National Park are both roughly four hours away from Yakima. If you desire to acquaint yourself with Washington’s coastline and its environs, then Olympic Park may interest you. If you want to visit a rugged, remote, yet beautiful national park that’s practically in Canada, then the jagged peaks of Cascades National Park are sure to satisfy.
You don’t have to take camper rentals in Yakima hours away to experience the wonders of Washington. Hanford Reach National Monument is less than an hour away as is Fort Simcoe Historical State Park. Other reasonably close state parks include Helen McCabe State Park, Olmstead Place Historical State Park, and Wannapum State Park Campground.
Some of the best RV storage facilities in the area are located near Seattle. Ferguson Terminal Boat Car RV Truck Storage and US Self Storage Network both provide safe and secure storage space for RVs. Eastside RV, as well as Boat Storage in Kirkland, are other RV storage options.
Yakima Sportsman State Park is one of the most conveniently located dumpstations in Yakima. Other areas that allow dumping are Aubrey's RV Center, Auto Spa, Elks Lodge, and Sun Tides RV Park.
Wineries and breweries are ubiquitous in the Yakima area. Some of the top wineries in Yakima are Portteus Vineyards, Bonair Winery, Kana Winery, and AntoLin Cellars. Popular breweries in the area include Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Single Hill Brewing, Berchman’s Brewing Company, and Hop Nation Brewery.
If you’re intrigued by history, then you may want to visit the Yakima Valley Museum or the McAllister Museum of Aviation. The Central Washington Agricultural Museum is located in nearby Union Gap. Other historical attractions in Yakima include the Larsen Building and Ahtanum Pioneer Church.
Orchards are also common in this area; some of the most popular are Johnson’s Orchards, Washington Fruit Place at Barret’s Orchards, and West Valley U-Pick. If you’re more into flowers than fruit, then you might want to visit the Yakima Area Arboretum and Memorial Garden.
Seattle is only a couple of hours away, giving sports aficionados numerous options for viewing athletic competitions. Those who want to watch professional football can take in a Seattle Seahawks game, and those who enjoy professional baseball can watch the Seattle Mariners. Soccer fans can watch Seattle Sounders FC of the MLS or Reign FC of the NWSL. Other professional franchises include the Seattle Storm of the WNBA and the Seattle Seawolves of the MLR.
Some of the local top-ranking restaurants are Waterfire Restaurant and Bar, Cowiche Canyon, and Zesta Cucina, so plan a stop with your RV rental in Yakima.
Interstate 82 and Highway 12 both go through Yakima.
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 Yakima, 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 Yakima?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Yakima 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 Yakima?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.