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Located just outside Darrington, WA, and roughly 30 miles away from Arlington, Boulder River Wilderness covers 48,674 acres. Designated in 1984, this area gets its name from Boulder River that weaves through this wilderness. It is one of the ten wilderness areas within the Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest. Boulder River Wilderness is dotted with lakes, waterfalls, alpine meadows, rivers, mountain peaks, and streams. No matter the season you plan on exploring Boulder River Wilderness, you will be treated with rewarding views of the awe-inspiring mountain vistas.

Hike or bike through Boulder River Wilderness rugged terrain to get a view of its diverse plants and animal species. Regardless of your reason for visiting this area, it is always a great idea to have your camera in your travel trailer rental since there are many picturesque attractions. Search for a motorhome rental in Darrington and enjoy mountain climbing, picnicking, and fishing in Boulder River Wilderness.

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Getting Outdoors

Outdoor activities abound in Boulder River Wilderness and the surrounding forest. With over 20 miles of trails, Hiking is one of the popular activities within the wilderness. Boulder River Trail attracts a great number of hikers all year round. It gives visitors up-close views of the waterfalls, canyons, and old-growth forests.

For avid outdoor Photographers, there are many picture-perfect spots scattered throughout the wilderness. Dripping Falls and Double Falls serves as a beautiful backdrop for pictures.

Many animals can be spotted roaming freely within the Boulder River Wilderness. The most common animals seen here include bears, mountain goats, and deer. Also, depending on the season, many birds can be spotted here.

Camping at Boulder River Wilderness

There are many campgrounds within Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest and neighboring towns where visitors can park their rental RVs. One of the most recommended places to camp in your motorhome rental within the forest is Swift Creek Campground. Located on the western shores of Baker Lake, this is a 40 site campground. Amenities offered include drinking water, picnic tables, and vault toilets.

If you'd wish to stay outside the forest, Alpine RV Park in Marble Mount is just 31 miles away. Camping here with your travel trailer rental is easy and convenient thanks to parks a wide range of amenities. They include full hookups, restrooms, showers, and a laundry facility.

Located in Lynden, Lynden / Bellingham KOA is another wonderful place to camp in your motorhome rental. Featuring over 200 sites, this park offers full hookups. Other amenities include restrooms, a pool, a dumping station, showers, laundry, and a camp store.

Exploring the Area

For a vacation packed with attractions and fun activities, consider renting a motorhome near Darrington. Endless outdoor activities and fun parks abound in this region of Washington. If you are coming with kids during your family RV rental vacation, consider visiting the Outback Kangaroo Farm. Located about 27 miles away, this is a great place for petting animals. Besides the kangaroos, other animals you will find here include wallabies, lemurs, peacocks, parrots, llamas, and alpacas.

If you are a history enthusiast, make a point of visiting Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve during your RV rental trip. Located in Tulalip about an hour's drive away, this preserve is dotted with wetlands, trees, and creeks. It is a nice place to learn about the culture and history of Tulalip Tribes of Western Washington.

Bonheoffer Botanical Gardens in Stanwood is a lovely place to learn about flowers, shrubs, plants, herbs, and trees native to the Pacific Northwest region. The area having a serene lush green space has become a popular place for leisurely walks. There are numerous walking trails weaving through the gardens. Most of the paths are flat, making it easy for everyone to navigate the gardens. Nestled within American Legion Memorial Park, the garden was established in 1963. While exploring the gardens, visitors will come across many ponds, fountains, boardwalks, and sculptures. If you are keen enough, there are plenty of smaller animals to be seen. They include ducks, frogs, fish, and snakes.

Should your kids enjoy visiting museums drive your motorhome rental to Imagine Children's Museum. Located in Everett, there are plenty of activities for younger kids. Here they can enjoy the interesting exhibits while at the same time enhancing their creativity. Kids can dig dinosaur fossils or have fun on the planes and treehouses. There is a nice water play area and a large play area on the rooftop. While at the rooftops, visitors are treated to spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Also, there are lots of climbing structures and slides.

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