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Impressive and stoic mountain ranges, lanky and robust trees touching the skyline, and friendly, happy-go-lucky residents; sounds like Washington State. Situated comfortably between Seattle and Ellensburg in the tiny town of Easton, Lake Easton State Park is a great hideaway from the bustling life of the metropolitan areas. The park has more acres than the town does people, in case you were wondering just how small Easton really is.

Tucked away in a glacial valley within the Cascade Mountain foothills, Lake Easton State Park is a 697-acre camping park with a whopping 24000 feet of freshwater access along the shores of Lake Easton. Open year-round, camping at Lake Easton State Park draws winter and summer travelers alike. While perusing around the Easton area, you may also notice train tracks. Construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad blasted a tunnel through the Cascades beginning in Easton. Pretty cool to think you could rent an RV near Kittitas County where some of the early pioneering began.

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Getting Outdoors

Lake Easton truly has the best of both worlds: water and mountains. So, if you’re one to enjoy a nice dip in the lake after spending hours winding your way up a mountain, then RV camping at Lake Easton State Park just might be the right match for you. Imagine all the water sports and biking you can accomplish too.

Getting active is the main idea here at Lake Easton State Park. Though you might be traveling to Kittitas County via a motorhome rental, once it’s parked be prepared to only sleep there. The lake offers a designated beach and swimming area, but, otherwise, feel free to kayak, canoe, or paddleboard until your heart's content.

Definitely, don’t forget to pack your hiking shoes or biking gear. Just by camping in Lake Easton State Park, you’ll have access to the six miles of bike trails and 6.5 miles of hiking trails. If you’re craving even more mountain adventures, there are seemingly endless trails available throughout Kittitas County. The Cascades is a vast place to discover.

If you find yourself renting an RV in Easton during the winter, there’s plenty for you to do within Lake Easton State Park as well. When the lake has frozen over, and snow covers the ground, the skis and snowmobiles come out to play. The park even allows dogsledding on specific trails. Or, just enjoy a good ole snowball fight before cozying up by a fire with some campfire-made hot chocolate.

Bringing a young family along or find yourself wanting a more interactive experience with the park? Well, good news, there’s a young ranger program as well as other guided options to make your stay both educational and fun. It’s a great way to fully appreciate everything in Lake Easton State Park.

Camping at Lake Easton State Park

Staying in Lake Easton State Park with your camper rental will provide you with options. The park offers 90 standard sites and 45 full hookup sites. Most RVs can be accommodated up to 60 feet with a select few sites able to handle tip-out RVs. Enjoy the wooded setting and spread out as you focus on recharging your mental and physical battery on this trip.

The park definitely encourages cleanliness since you’ll be in the lake and frolicking through the woods all day. With your reservation, you’ll have access to all four restrooms and showers. Be sure to keep your space tidy and clean up after yourself. On the way out, drop all your waste off at the dump station. Leaving this place even more pristine than you found it is one way to honor the natural beauty that has provided this exciting trip.

Exploring the Area

Easton’s main attraction is Lake Easton and the surrounding park. The views here are truly stunning, and it’s easy to see why. The small town does, at the very least have a classic country store and gas station. Your essentials will be covered just in case you forgot something or need to fill up the tank.

Seeing as Easton is where the urbanites retreat to for some peace and quiet, feel free to venture towards the city. Seattle is just over an hour’s drive west from Easton. Seattle is a hip city set along the Puget Sound. Home to America’s first Starbuck’s, be sure to grab a cup of coffee to keep your energy level up as you make your way around. The famed Pike’s Place is a neat market lined with local vendors. When you’ve had enough of the busy city life, you too, like those that retreat from the hustle and bustle, can depart back into the comforts of Lake Easton State Park.

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