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Nestled between the Sammamish Plateau and the eponymous Issaquah Alps to the south, Issaquah is a pleasant lakeside suburb of Seattle, Washington. Issaquah was incorporated in 1892, and for much of its history, it was a mining community due to the resource-rich geology of the area. After the local mines were depleted, Issaquah would become a timber harvesting town, and eventually, a tourism hotspot.

Search for an RV in Issaquah and you will see that the town is quite literally surrounded by lakes, forests, and mountains. A short drive on Interstate 90, or utilizing the King County Metro & Sound Transit opens up the entirety of King County, so places like Bellevue and Seattle can be part of the adventure. Tacoma and the rest of the Puget Sound are not far either when you rent an RV in Issaquah. Delightful scenery and historically significant buildings are always a hallmark of this interesting vacation destination, so pack your bags and head off to this hidden gem of a small town.

Natural Beauty

If you desire to see the fabled evergreen forests and snowcapped mountains of Washington State, there is essentially no better place to do so than Issaquah, Washington. The town is surrounded by parks, forests, mountains, and lakes, with several other city parks within its borders. Timberlake Park is a lovely forested park on the shores of Lake Sammamish, with benches overlooking the water and nature trails beside the beach. Tibbetts Valley Park is another nice place to check out when you rent an RV, with lots of soccer fields, basketball hoops, tennis courts, picnic shelters, and open grassy areas for pets to run around.

Lake Sammamish State Park is close to town too. This popular recreation area is known for excellent swimming, relaxing beaches, boating, and fishing too; you can even camp at Lake Sammamish State Park in your Issaquah motorhome rental, at one of the many lakeside campsites. Several mountain parks can be found to the south of Issaquah, like Tiger Mountain State Forest, Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park, and Squak Mountain State Park Natural Area. Tiger Mountain State Forest is, according to legend, named for a train wreck that caused a tiger to break free and escape into the woods. Tiger Mountain itself has a number of panoramic hikes to the top, where hang gliders and paragliders are known to launch.

In terms of national parks and forests, the Evergreen State has a lot of heavy hitters. Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is easily reachable with an Issaquah RV rental. The Cascade Mountains are at their best in this sprawling forest totaling nearly 1.5 million acres. Olympic National Park over by the city of Olympia, brings in millions of visitors annually to see the iconic mountain range that dominates the views from Seattle over the Puget Sound.

Mount Rainier National Park is home to the massive stratovolcano, Mount Rainier, which has breathtaking alpine meadows garnished with stunning wildflowers. There are countless other places to see when you book an RV rental in Issaquah, and you hardly need to drive more than a few hours to reach them.

City Attractions

With all the exciting outdoors attractions in the area, people tend to forget that Issaquah is an awesome town in its own right. Trendy bars and restaurants, pubs, breweries, wineries, boutique retail shopping centers, and art galleries line the streets of Issaquah’s downtown, where walking around is a pleasure. Lake Sammamish State Park has a pool and water park for children to enjoy on hot summer days, in addition to the playground and other features mentioned before.

Francis J. Gaudette Theatre and the Village Theatre are fantastic venues where you can see Broadway musicals or live concerts depending on who is in town. The Gilman Town Hall Museum does its best to educate guests on the intricacies of Issaquah’s complex history, through interactive exhibits, photographs, and antiques. There is even an old jailhouse behind the town hall that once held prisoners. Cougar Mountain Zoo is a great family-oriented attraction with colorful exotic animals of all types; big cats and especially tigers are what the zoo is primarily known for.

RV Friendly

The high volume of campgrounds and RV parks in and around Issaquah ensure that visitors have no trouble finding accommodations. Issaquah Village RV Park is located in the heart of Issaquah. The park has a camp store, playground, and large grassy areas.

Blue Sky RV Park has a picnic gazebo, clubhouse, and cozy camping sites; it is located a few exits away from Issaquah on I-90. Tall Chief RV & Camping Resort could also be a decent place to park your Issaquah luxury motorhome rental. The park has quite a few amenities, including a pool, arcade, game room, playground, mini-golf course. Scenic Snoqualmie Falls is only minutes away and offers a breathtaking place for hiking and exploring.

Vasa Park Resort has beaches and swimming areas, and boat launches for personal watercraft. Additionally, there is a fun water slide for lake swimmers to utilize.

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RV Rentals in Issaquah, WA

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

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

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Nearby to Issaquah 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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Local Hiking Trails

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

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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.

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.

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.

Discovery Park

attraction Seattle, WA
Seattle is home to more than 400 city parks, which encompass 10.2 percent of its land area. There are many to choose from, yet the most popular is perhaps Discovery Park which has 534 acres located on the shores of Puget Sound, it contains 11.81 miles of walking trails, and it is city?s largest public park. Bears and cougars have been sighted in this rugged terrain and on clear days you will be fortunate enough to have stunning views of Mt Rainier, a 14,411-foot glacier-encrusted volcano. This park offers urban dwellers a rich natural area to escape the city, but it is actually within city limits.

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.

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.

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.

Olympia Campground

campground Olympia, WA
You can camp next to Douglas firs which seem to touch the sky and offer much privacy. Amenities include a store, laundry room, TV room with Wi Fi hotspots, outdoor heated pool, and a small playground. Stay in the trees with your RV.

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