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The Seattle area is one of the most exciting places in America. It has a bustling urban core powered by technology giants like Amazon and Microsoft. It’s also surrounded by green forests, clear water, and towering mountains. An RV rental in Bellevue may be the best way to explore this city of contrasts. Planted five miles north of Mercer Island and six miles south of Kirkland, Bellevue’s in an excellent centralized spot, allowing you to explore the Seattle metro’s sites and scenes. From your base in a spacious and comfortable RV park, you can extend your stay in the Seattle area and experience more of what this place has to offer.

Keep reading to discover just a few of the memorable things that can happen when you book an RV rental in Bellevue.

The Great Outdoors

If you want rich cultural history, a diverse array of natural scenery, and mild outdoor weather to enjoy it all, you have come to the right place. The Cougar Mountain Regional Wildlife Park is a good starting location. Much of the best that the region has to offer is all in one place, with its lush greenery, rugged mountains, and colorful flowers. Dozens of hiking and biking trails crisscross the 3,000-plus acre park. Some are designed for families, while others are a little more challenging. All of them have helpful historical markers that add to your enjoyment.

Don’t miss Lake Washington. It’s the largest lake in King County. This sprawling ribbon lake may be like no other body of water you’ve seen before. Enjoy sport fishing for bass, trout, and perch, spend some time on Mercer Island, and get some photos of the longest and second-longest floating bridges in the world.

Lake Sammamish is just down the road. It’s a large lake yet still very intimate and easy to explore. In addition to boating, water-skiing, and fishing, there’s also the highly-rated Lake Sammamish State Park on the south end of the lake. Since it’s close to some of the best RV rental sites in Bellevue, the park facilities include a sanitary RV dump. True nature lovers will enjoy the plethora of beavers in the park; true crime lovers may find it interesting that the park was linked to Ted Bundy.

RV Parks

Spaces like Bellevue are designed to be seen in an RV, because an indoor hotel room is no place to spend your Seattle vacation.

The Lake Pleasant RV Park is one of the highest-rated places to park your luxury RV rental in Bellevue. It’s nestled in a quiet area of town and offers stunning views of the surrounding scenery. There’s even a serene pond in the middle of the camp. If needed, a large grocery store is across the street.

Some people want to stay in an RV park that has a livelier heartbeat. If you fall into that category, check out the Midway Village RV Park. It’s located a stone’s throw from the Pacific Coast Highway. But the park itself is very quiet. There are also plenty of creature comforts for your RV rental in Bellevue, WA, like fast WiFi and cable TV connections. No list would be complete without the Blue Sky RV Park. It’s very convenient to both the Cascades and the city. It’s also very spacious and clean. Facilities include an onsite mechanic.

There are many other fine RV rentals in King County. One of them may be just the ticket for you and your family.

Exploring the City

Any review of the things to do in the Bellevue area should probably start with the Museum of Flight. It’s the largest private air and space museum in the world. Some of the aircraft on display include the first jet airliner, a prototype Boeing 737, one of only two remaining flyable DC-2s, and a Space Shuttle trainer.

The Bellevue Downtown Park is a 20-acre oasis in the middle of the busy downtown district. After a few hours of exploring fashionable shops and people-watching, it’s nice to take a break in a place of unlimited green. Park amenities include a cutting-edge children’s play area, a waterfall, and a reflecting pool.

Marymoor Park is King County’s oldest outdoor park. With upwards of three million visitors a year, it’s also the area’s most popular park. It features an eye-catching climbing rock as well as a spacious off-leash area for dogs. The park also hosts outdoor movies and a local-artist concert series every summer. Perhaps best of all, the park is very close to some of the best camper rental places in Bellevue.

Plan your itinerary, pack your bags, and check into a Bellevue RV rental by owner to explore this gem of the Pacific Northwest.

RV Rentals in Bellevue, WA

Bellevue, WA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Bellevue. Outdoorsy's Bellevue RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Bellevue are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Pilchuck State Park, Wallace Falls State Park Management Area, and Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument.

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What's around Bellevue, WA

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Lake 22 Trail Granite Falls Washington
Poo Poo Point Trail Issaquah Washington
Twin Falls Trail North Bend Washington
Lake Serene Trail Gold Bar Washington
Little Si Trail North Bend Washington
Snow Lake Trail Snoqualmie Pass Washington
Rattlesnake Ledge Trail North Bend Washington
Wallace Falls Trail Gold Bar Washington
Mount Si Trail North Bend Washington
Mount Pilchuck Trail Granite Falls Washington

Nearby Campgrounds

Shadygreen Campground

campground Auburn, WA
Washington is known as the Evergreen State and has an abundance of trees that stay lush and green all year long. If you are looking for a wilderness camping experience that is close to the city, reserve an RV lot at Shadygreen Campground in Auburn, Washington. This campground is located near the city and provides quick access to the attractions and Mount Rainier. Shadygreen Campground is open all year long and provides guests with a relaxing camping experience. They offer electricity and water hookups as well as well kept RV lots. The campground is located next to the Stuck River, so you can play in the water and explore the natural environment around you. There are picnic shelters on site and clean restrooms. Bask in the glory of the temperate climate of the Puget Sound and surround yourself with greenery and natural beauty. You will get to take in the fresh air and find out why residents love this place so much.

Trailer Inns of Bellevue

campground Bellevue, WA
If you are looking for a vacation destination that will allow you to shop in the big city, enjoy some time at the beach, and play in the snow all in one day, Bellevue, Washington is the place to go. Check out Trailer Inns of Bellevue and let them be your RV basecamp while you are in the area. Bellevue is the gateway to Snoqualmie Pass and also the thriving city of Seattle. At just about any time of the year, you can enjoy warm and cold weather sports that are just a short drive away. At Trailer Inns of Bellevue, you will find a large city RV park with small town charm. The staff are friendly and provide excellent customer service to all guests. They offer pull through and back in RV stalls as well as full hookups. This is a relaxing resort in which you will get to enjoy some peace after a long day of sightseeing.

Chihuly Garden and Glass

attraction Seattle, WA
After you visit the space needle you must make a stop at the Chihuly garden to take in the color and creativity and imagination of this well known glass artist. There are indoor displays featuring portraits and Native American art, outdoor glass art combines with lovely botanical displays, and there?s a 40-foot tall glasshouse covering 4,500 square feet, with red, orange, yellow and amber colors.

Gig Harbor RV Park

campground Gig Harbor, WA
Stay in the midst of the rugged Pacific Northwest at Gig Harbor RV Resort. This stunning venue is only minutes away from many of the fjords, islands, and forests that make Seattle and Tacoma such popular travel destinations. The RV park itself is within minutes of Henderson Bay and Raft Island, and Point Defiance Park and Commencement Bay are just across the eastern strait. Plus the park is only a twenty minute drive from downtown Tacoma and an array of urban sights and activities. Guests can also relax on site with free WiFi, a playground, a laundry room, electrical hookups, cable TV access, a picnic area, restrooms, and a dump station. The park also hosts and helps organize workshops and educational programs intended with northwest coastal life in mind. Early June has a Painting and Varnishing Plywood Boats Workshop scheduled, and there?s also a Community Boat Restoration Program for Women held on every Thursday and Friday.

White River Amphitheatre

attraction Auburn, WA
You do not need to travel to the big city and fight traffic in order to find great entertainment when you visit the White River Amphitheatre. The theatre is located in the rural area of Auburn, Washington and hosts some big name events without all of the chaos that traveling to Seattle or Tacoma can cause. You will get to take in an outstanding show and have a great time every step of the way. The White River Amphitheatre hosts comedy shows, live concerts, festivals, and more. There is always something going on, so check out the events that will be happening while you are in town. The White River Amphitheatre has something to suit everyone's tastes and provides a great way to be social and meet new people. The theatre is clean and modern and has an abundance of comfortable seating. You can sip on a cold beverage or eat a delicious meal while you are there.

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum

attraction Tacoma, WA
A museum is history, and the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is a compelling combination of heritage life, historic record, and living history. Visitors can engage in historic dialogue with a variety of interpretive staff and volunteers in period clothing and an historic environment, with actors that are recreating life at a 19th century fur-trade post in the Pacific Northwest. This was the first European settlement in the region now known as Puget Sound, and was owned and operated by the Hudson?s Bay Company. The site is part of the larger regional park that encompasses most of scenic Point Defiance, and consists of many reconstructed buildings that were built from original foundations and plans. Visit at any time of year to see authentic, historic craftsmanship, skills demonstrations, and other interactive activities. The fort also hosts several special events that are relevant to the period and fun for everyone, like Queen Victoria?s Birthday and a 19th Century Christmas.

The Space Needle

attraction Seattle, WA
Known as the icon of the Pacific Northwest, it was once the tallest structure west of the Mississippi, with a height of 605 feet. You can enjoy 360 degree views of the city, and of the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier, as you dine at the Sky City restaurant. Your trip to Seattle wouldn?t be complete without visiting the top of the needle.

Trailer Inns RV Park of Seattle/Bellevue

campground Kent, WA
Although Kent in Washington is not big on RV camping, it does have some spots for those who need to stay a night or two. The Trailer Inns RV Park of Seattle/Bellevue is the perfect option for those who wish to be close to all the attractions Seattle has to offer. Although the parking spaces are quite small and narrow, they can accommodate rigs of up to 60 ft. These sites have full hookups and for those who still require a bit of entertainment after experiencing the delights of Seattle, will find the 30-channel free cable TV to fill the spot. The park also offers phone hookups and basic WiFi. Guests also have access to a clubhouse and game room, indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and indoor hot tubs. The park also houses laundry facilities and sells propane gas for those who need it. The park also happens to be one of the only local parks that are pet-friendly.

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