Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground is in Enumclaw, WA, in the west-central part of the state. This is a fairly small town, with the nearest larger town being Bonney Lake, at around 10 miles to the southwest. The nearest large city is Tacoma, which is around 30 miles to the west. The campground is situated not far from one of the main routes through town, so it shouldn't be hard to locate.

Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground is open throughout the year and can accommodate almost any size rig. Many of the sites are shaded by leafy trees, as well as the towering pines that surround the campground. Stays of varying lengths are allowed. However, the park cannot accommodate seasonal stays or reservations that are several months in length as it is completely rented out, by large groups, at certain times of the year. This occurs when large events are being held at the Expo Center nearby.

With a stay at this family-friendly campground in western Washington, you should have no trouble finding any services you may require. The campground offers both water and electric hookups, and it also makes bathrooms and showers available to campers. Should you need to refill any supplies, there are plenty of gas stations and grocery stores in town. There are also a number of locally-owned restaurants when you find yourself hungry. Camping with an RV in this part of Washington will make it easy for you to explore any of the destinations you may be interested in nearby.

The Great Outdoors

Motorhome camping at Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground will put you within easy reach of many different outdoor activities. The Nolte State Park is located near the town of Enumclaw. This small state park offers hiking trails that wander along a small lake and through local forestland. At the lake, one can enjoy fishing or can paddle a canoe or kayak around. This is also a great place for observing local wildlife or to enjoy a picnic lunch! Birdwatching is also another activity that is popular here.

Flaming Geyser State Park is located around 10 miles to the north, in Auburn. Many activities can be enjoyed here, including hiking. The Green River runs through the park so watersports, such as fishing, are options as well. The park got its name from a hole in the ground where gasses from a coal seam are released. These are flammable, and sometimes they light, which forms a "flaming geyser."

There are several other natural spots to enjoy nearby. Expansive views of the local countryside are available from the Sun Top Lookout and Pinnacle Peak. There is also the Green River Gorge Conservation Area and Mud Mountain Dam, both of which offer opportunities to explore the local forests. The gorge also provides a scenic waterfall of its own.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in King County, you will find there are many interesting destinations that you can visit. One unique local site is the Rainier Reindeer Ranch. This attraction is in Buckley, which is less than five miles south of town. Here you can learn about these interesting animals, and you may get the chance to feed or pet some of them. Reservations must be made in advance to tour the farm. RV camping at this campground will put you within easy reach of attractions everyone in the family can enjoy.

Should you like scenic drives, check out the Chinook Scenic Byway, which follows several roads in the local area. The drive extends for more than 100 miles through nearby forests and the mountains of the Cascade Range. Picturesque views of neighboring summits are available throughout the drive as you traverse mountain passes. One well-known site found on this route is the infamous Mount Rainier. Hiking paths and picnic spots are located along the road's length, as well as views of some picturesque waterfalls.

There are several museums that you can visit locally. The Thunder Dome Car Museum offers all sorts of classic cars that you can check out. The White River Valley Museum provides exhibits that display the history of the local region. The Neely Mansion is an old farmhouse that was built in the late 1800s that has been restored. Tours of the home are available with reservations. The Black Diamond Museum showcases the history and culture of the coal mining industry throughout the local region. It even offers an old train car that can be toured.

When you've been looking for a great place to vacation, where scenic views abound, consider a campsite at the Enumclaw Expo Center RV Campground. Go on a hike through the local woods, learn about the history of the area from a nearby museum, or enjoy a drive that offers views of rugged mountains. Check out a campervan rental near here and enjoy exploring western Washington!

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Pinnacle Peak Loop Trail, WAEnumclaw, WA
  • Cal Magnusson Trail, WAEnumclaw, WA
  • Mud Mountain Rim Trail, WAMount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, WA
  • Flaming Geyser State Park Trail, WAFlaming Geyser State Park, WA
  • Nolte State Park Deep Lake, WAEnumclaw, WA
  • Foothills Trail from South Prairie to Puyallup, WAWilkeson, WA
  • Black Diamond Coal Mine Trail, WABlack Diamond, WA
  • Summit Ridge Loop, WABlack Diamond, WA
  • Vista Ridge Trail, WAAuburn, WA
  • Green River: Auburn to Kent, Middle Reach, WAAuburn, WA

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