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Paradise Point State Park, WA

740 RV rentals

Paradise Point State Park lies next to the Washington and Oregon border, near Ridgefield, WA, and is known for its peaceful atmosphere. The park is located by the East Fork Lewis River which is a popular spot for fishing and swimming. This state park can be accessed from Interstate 5 with your RV making it very easy to get to.

While the park only covers 101 acres, it’s filled with plenty of stunning places, such as woodlands and ancient cedar forests. There’s also a small apple orchard on the eastern edge of it and a waterfall. The park also …

Moran State Park, WA

941 RV rentals

Resting within the borders of Orcas Island, Moran State Park encompasses an area of over 5,000 acres. The diverse terrain consisting of lakes, wetlands, marshlands, woods, and hills, as well as the sheer size of the park, make this place a true jewel of the San Juan Islands. Islanders and visitors from across the state and beyond flock here to boat, fish, ride horses, and take photos atop Mt. Constitution.

The park is named after shipbuilder Robert Moran, who was also a founder of Moran Brothers Company. Moran also built the mansion that's known as Rosario, a large estate which …

Birch Bay State Park, WA

823 RV rentals

The Pacific Northwest has an immense amount of outdoor places to explore, and when you search for an RV in Whatcom County, you’ll have easy access to all that the northwestern corner of Washington has to offer. Birch Bay State Park is a small state park that is a great starting point for your adventure. Its combination of sandy shores, rocky beaches, and breathtaking views of the North Cascade Mountains will amaze almost anyone.

As luck would have it, while camping at Birch Bay State Park, you’ll have easy access to both natural attractions and a few nearby cities, …

Deception Pass State Park, WA

1045 RV rentals

There are many different activities for families to bond over at Deception Pass State Park in Oak Harbor, Washington. Visitors can enjoy the beaches of Cranberry Lake where they can fish or search for shells. Swimming is also permitted at the lake and is a great way to spend a weekend in the summer. Book an RV in Island County and head over to Deception Pass State Park to experience this peaceful 3,800-acre tract along the Puget Sound.

Here, you'll enjoy tranquil island living as well as close proximity to some of the state's largest urban centers. While camping …

Lincoln Rock State Park, WA

567 RV rentals

Lincoln Rock State Park lies at the heart of Washington, a few miles north from the town of Wenatchee, where Routes 2, 97, and 28 meet. Less than a three-hour drive from both Spokane and Seattle, Lincoln Rock State Park is a perfect summer retreat for those renting an RV to escape the big cities.

Mauve crops and rocky outcrops envelop the park. One rock in particular, which has been known by Native Americans for hundreds of years, resembles the profile of Abraham Lincoln, after whom the park is named. The rocks themselves are not strictly within the …

Iron Horse State Park, WA

708 RV rentals

Iron Horse State Park spans over 1,612 acres and rests within Washington’s Cascade Mountains. The state park was once where a major railroad line passed through, and the track has since been converted into a trail. Iron Horse State Park also contains a few historic railroad buildings, some of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Iron Horse State Park is a short drive away from Seattle and Tacoma. While summers can be comfortable, winters can be very frigid, and temperatures can sometimes drop to below zero.

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Visitors to Iron Horse State Park will find …

Grayland Beach State Park, WA

354 RV rentals

Grayland Beach State Park is located just south of the town of Grayland in Pacific County, Washington. Set on the spectacular Pacific Ocean and popular with RV enthusiasts, Grayland Beach State Park offers a 581-acre marine camping park featuring a windswept beach, grassy sand dunes, and shore pine trees. 

The park sprawls within the territory of several Native American groups, including the Shoalwater Bay and Chehalis tribes. Beginning in the 1870s, Euro-Americans settled within the lands that now comprise the park. The park was officially given its name in 1972. Book an RV in Grayland, and then spend …

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