Rent an RV and spend some time in Washington, “The Evergreen State”. Your Washington RV rental will pass by many scenic wonders. Park your Washington RV rental at ever park and lookout in Washington because it’s worth it.
Washington’s landscape varies and has glaciers, desert, rich farmland, rocky ocean coastline, gigantic rain forests, and a massive river gorge making Washington RV rental vacations full of spectacular sightseeing and recreational opportunities. You’ll find so many places to go and things to do with your Washington RV rental.
Drive your Washington RV rental to the Puget Sound Region and see Mount Rainier. It will be hard to miss as it takes over much of the skyline. Mount Rainier is considered a natural paradise and you’ll see immense glaciers, meadows covered in wildflowers, mountain streams, and forested valleys. While you have your Washington RV rental in the Puget Sound region, don’t forget to take a ferry ride on the Puget Sound. You’ll smell the crisp, salty air, and see incredible views such as Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, the Olympic Mountains, and the Cascade Mountains. If you go in the evening, you’ll see the glittering lights of Seattle which would be great for a romantic night out of your Washington RV rental.
If you choose a Seattle RV rental, you will have a wonderful city RV rental vacation. Seattle, otherwise known as the Emerald City, has several attractions. Check out the world-renowned ballet, opera, theater, and symphony Seattle has to offer. Take your Seattle RV rental to the Pike Place Market, International District, Space Needle, Pioneer Square (historic district), and to the original clubs, galleries, shops, and neighborhoods located in Seattle. If you’re looking for some high-end eating, Seattle is home to some of the top chefs in the USA.
Take your Washington RV rental to Olympic National Park and discover the beauty of miles of untouched Pacific Ocean coastline. Go for a walk through the Hoh Rain Forest where the trees are hundreds of feet tall. From Hurricane Ridge, you’ll be able to see Canada.
The San Juan Islands are located between the USA’s northwest corner and Vancouver Island, Canada. It is a pristine paradise and each individual island is special in its appeal and setting.
Drive your Washington RV rental to the famous volcano, Mount Saint Helens (pictured here). The top views of Mount Saint Helens can be seen from Windy Ridge. Mount Saint Helens has been designated a National Volcanic Monument. If you park your Washington RV rental at the Visitor’s Center in Castle Rock, you can view Mount Saint Helens from a telescope.
Lastly, drive your Washington RV rental to one of Washington’s most popular attractions, the Grand Coulee Dam. The Grand Coulee Dam is one of the biggest concrete structures in the world and offers tours to the general public. One of the highlights of visiting the dam is that every evening, from Memorial Day to September, you’ll have the opportunity to witness the largest laser light show in the world. The lasers are projected onto the Grand Coulee Dam’s spillway.
For more sights in Washington, check out our guide on Washington Hot Springs.