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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Located at the Northwest corner of the country on the US/Canadian border is the quaint town of Blaine, Washington. This peaceful little city sits on the tidal flats of Semiahmoo Bay and is the doorway to British Columbia.
Known for it's Peace Arch monument shared with Canada at the border crossing, the town of Blaine has a small town coziness that will make you feel right at home. In addition, nature lovers will find plenty of fun outdoor activities in the area. This is a go-to location for birdwatchers, as there are a large number of migratory birds and waterfowl. Plus, with so many beautiful hiking trails to explore, there is always something exciting to see with your RV rental.
With Mount Baker National Park less than two hours away, you can enjoy both sweeping mountain vistas and a glorious sunset on the beach on the same day. Mount Baker is a much sought after ski destination with some of the highest snowfall averages in the US. When it's not ski season, there is still plenty to do and see on the mountain.
As you drive towards Mount Baker National Park, you will be graced with views of crisp glacial mountain streams and majestic old growth forest. There are pull-off areas along the way to stretch your legs and take in the scenery. As you head closer to the top, you will pass the treeline allowing you to see a breathtaking view of the north cascade mountain range. If you're lucky, you might spy a mountain goat or marmot.
If you plan to rent an RV in Blaine in the spring, you may want to head south to see the Skagit Valley tulip fields near Mount Vernon. Meander through acres of tulip farms while marveling at the rainbow of colors stretching out in all directions. Don't forget to take some pictures!
Another fantastic view you won't want to miss is Chuckanut Drive just south of Bellingham. This scenic byway overlooks Samish Bay and offers jaw-dropping views of the San Juan Islands. Larrabee State Park is located right off Chuckanut drive and is the perfect pull off spot to play by the water, marvel at the sandstone cliffs or have a nice family picnic.
There are a number of RV parks that are perfect to park your Blaine camper rental. For a more secluded camping experience, Birch Bay State Park is a quiet campground nestled in the woods with easy access to the beach. This campground is an explorers delight. Head to the beach at low tide to discover a wide diversity of marine critters. Harvest your own clams and shellfish to bake or steam back at the campfire. Just bring the proper license, a shovel, pail and mud boots!
Birch Bay RV campground is another local RV park to check out. Here, you will find more manicured, park-like sites. There is also a seasonal pool, playground for the kids and an off-leash dog park for your pooch to play.
There are a number of things to see and do in town. Take a stroll around Peace Arch State Park to see the ground's lovely gardens, interpretive displays, and views of Point Roberts and Vancouver Island.
If you're looking to get out on the water, the Historic Plover Ferry is a great way to see the Semiahmoo spit as well as learn a little bit of history about the area. This wooden watercraft was lovingly restored by volunteers of what is now know as the Drayton Harbor Maritime. This twenty passenger vessel crosses from Blaine Marina to Semiahmoo allowing visitors a chance to see seals basking in the sun, majestic bald eagles and herons wading offshore. This would make a great place to park your Blaine camper rental and spend a few hours.
For a fun day in the sun with the kids, check out Birch Bay Waterslides. This local water park has been in business for over 35 years, features eight fast waterslides as well as a kiddie pool for little ones.
Rent a motorhome in Blaine, WA and head out on a Pacific Northwest adventure you'll never forget!