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You wouldn’t necessarily expect to find RV campgrounds in the middle of a city, but when you park your RV rental at Lake Pleasant RV Park, that's where you are. The campground surrounds Lake Pleasant in the heart of Bothell, WA, which today is a suburb of the Greater Seattle Area. When parking your campervan rental here, you have access to Wi-Fi, a playground for the kids, fishing for the whole family, trails to hike, and a putting green. You can hook up to cable TV here and buy ice. When you rent a camper near Lake Pleasant RV Park, you'll have access to all the Seattle area has to offer.
This Bothell campground offers sites with full hookups, maximum RV length is 45 feet, and there are 46 pull-through sites with the rest being back-ins. With 30/ 50 amp service, powering up your rental RV shouldn't be a problem. All of the sites have cable TV and are 29 feet wide, so you'll have plenty of room between your campervan rental and your neighbor.
With so many amenities on offer at Lake Pleasant RV Park, you might almost feel like you're at home. There are complimentary showers with plenty of hot water, so you can easily clean off after a day of running around the city or fishing in the lake. While you are showering, make use of the laundromat at the same time. At Lake Pleasant RV Park, you can fill your propane tanks and ice is available for purchase too.
Once you get set up at Lake Pleasant RV Park, you probably won't want to spend the entire time in your camper rental. This is a good thing as camping here puts you close to the many wineries in Woodville, the Boeing Aircraft Factory in Everett, and more. The Boeing Museum of Flight in nearby Tukwila is home to one of the largest collections of air and spacecraft memorabilia. Inside and outside of the buildings, you will see a collection of more than 160 airplanes and spacecraft on display. You can try your hand at one of the flight simulators and enjoy dozens of interactive exhibits. The museum has a Concord, a full-scale NASA Space Shuttle Trainer, and a 787 Dreamliner.
In the three-acre pavilion, you watch the incredible development of large aircraft from the open-air gallery while enjoying a snack from the café. Let the kids enjoy the playground while you relax with stunning views of Mt. Rainer. You won't want to miss this excellent attraction when renting an RV in the Bothell area.
While camping at Lake Pleasant RV Park, you can check out some of the unique sights and attractions of the Seattle metro area. Microsoft offers tours of their Redmond facility. You can explore the history of the computer, learn about the future of artificial intelligence (AI), or test your gaming skills. While you are there, be sure you take time to visit the Microsoft Store where you can check out the latest offerings. Here you'll see Microsoft swag you won't find anywhere else in the world.
In nearby Edmonds, you can catch a ferry with or without your car that will take you out on the sound. The Mukilteo ferry will take you to Clinton while the Edmonds option connects with Kingston. But the destination is only a small part of the journey; the big thrill of taking a trip across the sound is looking for whales. You never know when you might see a giant orca coming up out of the water in a magnificent display of nature at its best. The rides are not expensive and can be a great way to spend a little time when you book an RV in Bothell.
Then there is the city of Seattle, the heart and soul of northwestern Washington. No matter where else you go around town, you must take an entire day when you're here to visit Pike Place Market. You can find anything you can imagine at the market, like fresh-cut flowers, antiques, an incredible variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, and, of course, plenty of fresh-off-the-boat seafood. Don't forget to stop by the largest seafood vendor and watch the show. These workers love to toss fish back and forth after you pick out the one you want. They've been doing this for years and with a mighty "Heeeyyyup!" your fish will be soaring through the air.