Kent, WA RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
2012 Heartland North Trail
2015 Forest River Salem
1995 Fleetwood Jamboree
Recent traveler reviews in Kent, WA
We had a great time, everything worked without issue and was very clean. Will definitely rent again.
Great service, and their vehicles are all clean and maintained well. We had no problems and when I had questions, they picked up right away and walked me through anything I...
great rental. check in and check out process was easy. The RV was almost new.
The RV ran great, RV Rentals Seattle was easy to work with and answered all questions I had.
We truly enjoyed renting a motorhome through RV Rentals Seattle. The whole process was very convenient and easy, and we were so happy to be able to "borrow" one of their economy...
We had some challenges with the RV itself (flat tire and then issues with electrical system), but the reservation, pickup, drop off, etc was very professional. Thank you.
The staff was very friendly and the RV was clean and in mostly good working order. However we had to wait almost 2 hours during the pick-up process partially due to the fact that...
The rv needs to be checked on before you rent! However Oleg and the crew were so nice, and they took care of me!
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We had a wonderful time. RV needed a few repairs along the way and RV rentals handled it professionally. We were completely refunded all of the expenses we incurred on MH. We...
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The RV was not in good shape. The seat covers were well cracked and not well formed. The table bed was impossible to set up easily. The guy we checked the RV out from was not...
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To start, keep in mind that our RV model year was misrepresented as a 2005 model, when in fact it was manufactured 2002 per the VIN. Additionally, we had the following...
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Information About Kent, WA
Smack dab between Tacoma and Seattle, the city of Kent, Washington is known for its parks and green spaces. Take a walk along the Green River Natural Resources Area, part of the Green River Trail system. The gravel paths are a great place to spot wildlife like rabbits and waterfowl, or climb an observation tower for a better vantage point. The Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum shares the history of speedboat racing and has many different types of boats on display. This small museum has a dedicated staff, happy to share with you everything they know! Watch the drag racing at Pacific Speedways and feel the rush as the cars speed around the track. Watch them be taken apart and rebuilt in the 'pit.' An RV rental in Kent, Washington can take you peaceful outdoor spaces or fast-paced races. Pick your speed and enjoy the West coast your way.
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Kent, 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.
In this 111-acre camping park, you'll have a secluded, wooded area to park your RV, where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of Fir and Maple woods as you sit by your campfire. There?s a 1/4 mile hike to the 3,400 foot shoreline of Rich Passage in Puget Sound, where you can swim, kayak or boat. You can explore the historical sites nearby, check out the Bremerton Navy exhibits, and you will be close enough to town. A great RV rental destination.
The museum features 8 themed galleries on science and nature, plus an enhanced arts studio. Children and adults will learn about good eating habits, about the local ecosystem, nature and much more. Kids will get a chance to connect with nature in the half-acre Outdoor Discovery Center, a unique space not found anywhere else in Washington State.
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.
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.
Lake Pleasant RV Park provides a very comfortable place to stay while you explore Seattle and the surrounding region. The Park sites surround a lake filled with fish and waterfowl. Guests can enjoy watching the ducks and cranes, listen to the bullfrogs and enjoy our lawns and trees. The Park location is the perfect spot to jump off to wine tasting and dining in Woodinville or exploring Seattle attractions and museums. The Boeing Aircraft Factory - a must tour - is just up the road in Everett. We have wooded nature trails, a putting/chipping green, access to paved bike trails that go to downtown Seattle. Lake Pleasant is big rig friendly and it features paved interior roads, paved sites, and nature trails. The Park is a peaceful spot to relax in after spending a day exploring this corner of Washington. The Park also offers storage sites with electricity to park your rig while you take a cruise or fly out to destinations beyond. We do fill up in summer, so please book your site early. We welcome all rigs - big or small.
Go on a free tour and discover the architectural splendor of the building and the intricate history of Washington State. The building is very unique, it has survived three earthquakes, it has the fifth tallest masonry dome in the world, and the tallest in the U.S., and has the largest amount of solar panels found in any American capitol.
Washington is known as the Evergreen State and has an abundance of trees that stay lush and green all year long. If you are looking for a wilderness camping experience that is close to the city, reserve an RV lot at Shadygreen Campground in Auburn, Washington. This campground is located near the city and provides quick access to the attractions and Mount Rainier. Shadygreen Campground is open all year long and provides guests with a relaxing camping experience. They offer electricity and water hookups as well as well kept RV lots. The campground is located next to the Stuck River, so you can play in the water and explore the natural environment around you. There are picnic shelters on site and clean restrooms. Bask in the glory of the temperate climate of the Puget Sound and surround yourself with greenery and natural beauty. You will get to take in the fresh air and find out why residents love this place so much.
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