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Eatonville, Washington is a small town about 50 miles south of Seattle. For many years, Eatonville was the gateway to Mount Rainier National Park, just to the east. Although officially incorporated in 1909, the town’s first school dates back to 1891 and is still in use!

With the town being conveniently located near the major metropolises of Seattle and Tacoma as well as the rugged and beautiful Mount Rainier, RV rentals in Eatonville are the perfect way to explore the area. The town motto of “Better Together” says a lot about how hospitable Eatonville is.

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The Great Outdoors

Mount Rainier National Park is only about a 30-minute drive from Eatonville, and offers a multitude of outdoor recreation opportunities. hiking and biking paths provide viewing opportunities of stunningly beautiful wildflowers that bloom in the lush alpine meadows. With so many diverse activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy in an RV rental near Eatonville.

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a great way to explore nature in Eatonville. The park features a beautiful 435-acre free-roaming area where moose, elk, buffalo, and other native Northwest animals move around freely. This area has tour trams allowing spectacular views from the comfort of a tram seat. The park also features enclosures with big cats, bears, and wolves. A zipline and a nature-themed playground for kids is also available. Designated parking areas for RVs, ensure the ease of visiting with your camper rental in Eatonville.

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, located just about 100 miles south of Eatonville, is an astonishing place to visit. The volcano last erupted from 1980 until 1986, starting with a violent earthquake/avalanche/eruption event and then tapering into a quieter formation of a lava dome. Hiking trails around the monument, provide visitors an opportunity to explore the changed landscape and see firsthand the effects of such an eruption. Intrepid mountaineers may obtain permits to climb all the way to the crater’s rim! This geologic point of interest is a perfect day or weekend trip if you rent a motorhome in Eatonville.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Eatonville, you will have access to several unique recreational locales that feature amazing scenery and historical culture.

There are several options for RV parks in and around Eatonville, including the Rainbow RV Resort. This campground is located on the serene Lake Tanwax and offers both dry RV sites or full hook-ups. This year-round family-friendly resort features an on-site store, as well as a rental shop with various types of paddle and motorized boats. Guests are encouraged to try their luck fishing on the lake.

For travelers who prefer an adult-only campground, the Rainier View RV Park in nearby Graham is a great option. The park is so named because of the stunning mountain views afforded from the campsites. Free wireless internet and full hook-ups for your RV are available. Outdoor activities include: hiking, skydiving, and bird-watching. This calm and serene park is a wonderful place for adults to stay with a travel trailer rental in Eatonville.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops or larger grocery stores. There are several Walmarts located within 25 miles of town and camping may be allowed at these locations. Just check with the manager to get permission. Larger chain stores located north in the Puyallup area might meet your needs. Of course you'll need to check permission for those as well. There are truck stops that provide showers within 40 miles of Eatonville. Being located near Tacoma and Federal Way, RV rentals near Eatonville is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

For one of the more eclectic Pacific Northwest festivals, head to Northwest Trek for their annual summertime Slug Fest! This event celebrates the under-appreciated slugs for their vital role in the local ecosystem: decomposing organic matter and returning it to the forest floor, where it feeds the plants and trees. Participate in a human slug race and learn about the creatures in depth. Be sure to check the park’s event schedule so you don’t miss this exciting festival--it’s a great one to attend in your RV trailer rental in Eatonville.

The Pioneer Farm Museum and Ohop Indian Village will take you back to the 1880s and showcases homesteading in Washington. A trading post in an original log cabin houses a gift shop, and visitors are invited to view and pet the farm animals in their stalls. Guided tours are available as well.

If it's a taste of Washington hospitality you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Eatonville. Enjoy the local cuisine, watch a sunset, and take in the amazing landscape. Rent an RV in Eatonville, WA and explore the "Evergreen State!"

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