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Can you imagine a better place to spend the Fourth of July holiday than Liberty Lake? It’s almost too perfect. But this small community on the border of Idaho in eastern Washington has something to offer travelers at any time of year.

Close to both Spokane, WA and Coeur d’Alene, ID, Liberty Lake is surrounded by soaring mountains, brooding forests and pristine bodies of water. It’s the kind of place that’s ideal for outdoor recreation. Hiking, biking, and fishing are all possible here. Not to mention swimming, rafting, skiing - book an RV in Liberty Lake and you can take your pick of activities.

Time your trip right, and your RV rental in Liberty Lake could provide the ideal way to experience some of the festivals held in the region. For instance, a visit in the winter means you could see the gathering of large numbers of bald eagles in Coeur d'Alene - only a 30-minute drive away if you rent a motorhome in Liberty Lake. On the Wednesday before Memorial Day and right through the holiday weekend, Spokane holds Pig Out In The Park, a massive outdoor food and drink extravaganza. And in May, the Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade is a moving spectacle not to be missed.

With so much to see and do in the area, it’s not hard to find reasons to visit Liberty Lake and the surrounding area. Take a look at some Liberty Lake RV rentals by owner and start planning your trip today.

The Great Outdoors

The moment you see the mountains around Liberty Lake, you’ll recognize at once the opportunities that exist for outdoor fun. And that’s before you’ve seen the deep blue lake that gives the town its name. A luxury RV rental in Liberty Lake allows you to travel at your own pace and see all that the area has to offer.

Over the state line in Idaho, Coeur d’Alene National Forest is a sprawling wilderness that you can reach in around half an hour from Liberty Lake. With over 700,000 acres of mountain and forest, this park offers an unbeatable chance to get away from it all. Hiking, climbing, wildlife watching - the list of activities you can pursue here goes on. And whatever you choose to do, you’ll be doing it in some of the most spectacular scenery imaginable.

Speaking of beautiful scenery, a motorhome rental in Liberty Lake will allow you to travel further afield if you choose. Around four hours is enough to get you to the legendary Glacier National Park. This truly jaw-dropping part of the world is famous for a reason. No photograph does justice to the staggering sight of the Rocky Mountains as they march across the continent, and if you have the time, the trip is well worth making.

The Pacific Northwest is known for many things, and water is definitely one of them. A visit to Wallace Falls State Park, around a five-hour drive from Liberty Lake, could give you a new appreciation for rain. When it creates rivers and waterfalls as beautiful as these, it's hard not to be thankful for some wet weather. And while you're in that part of the state, you could also visit the vibrant city of Seattle or make a trip to the coast.

Once you’ve found the best RV rental in Liberty Lake, all of these destinations are open to you. But you don’t need to go as far as that for a taste of scenic beauty. Liberty Lake itself is a great place to spend an afternoon on the water or on the beach. Let the gentle lapping of the pristine waters sooth away your troubles as you unwind.

RV Parks

After picking up your RV rental in Liberty Lake, WA, you’ll need a place to park it. Liberty Lake has a few options to choose from, and if you expand your search into the surrounding area, you’re sure to find a spot that meets your needs.

One popular choice is the campground at Liberty Lake itself. Sites here can be reserved online between the start of May and the end of September, and the lakeside campground is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the serenity of the outdoors. Sites offer electrical hookups and water, but there's no sewerage. The site does provide fire pits and bathrooms, though.

Just a few miles from Liberty Lake, the Spokane KOA Journey is an excellent choice for travelers who like a little more in the way of amenities. This campground offers Wifi, cable TV, sewerage, showers, laundry and much more. There's even a heated outdoor pool and free movies in the summer. It's not a wilderness experience by any means, but if you want a place to park your travel trailer rental in Liberty Lake with all the comforts of home and then some, the KOA could be the perfect option.

Exploring The City

Liberty Lake attracts outdoor enthusiasts thanks to its enviable surroundings. But there's more to this small town than the lake that gives it its name. Adrenaline junkies may be interested to know that Liberty Lake has a zip line. You'll get the same view of the town that the local eagles get as you sail through the trees. There's even an aerial park high up in the treetops for a unique way to spend the day.

For those who prefer a more leisurely form of exercise, Liberty Lake has two golf courses. Perhaps it’s to be expected in a place with such beautiful surroundings. A day on the links could be the ideal way to spend a sunny afternoon in a charming town.

The Farmer’s Market at Liberty Lake is the heart of the community, and it provides a great place to pick up some local produce. Make sure to try the crepes while you’re there, made fresh right before your eyes. And get there early - the vendors often sell out by the end of the morning.

Liberty Lake has a range of restaurants to choose from, offering everything from Italian to Chinese to Mexican to Japanese to classic American cuisine. And with Spokane only 20 or so minutes away, you’ll be able to find food to please everyone in your group.

Liberty Lake has a lot to offer the RV traveler. Rent an RV in Liberty Lake, and you won’t be disappointed.

RV Rentals in Liberty Lake, WA

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

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

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Liberty Lake are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Glacier National Park, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Waterton Lakes National Park Of Canada, and Wenatchee National Forest.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Liberty Lake Loop Trail Liberty Lake Washington
Bud Howard aka Big Tree Trail Coeur d'Alene Idaho
Dishman Hills Natural Area Trail Spokane Washington
Palouse Falls Trail Washtucna Washington
Riverside State Park Loop Spokane Washington
Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail Spokane Washington
Tubbs Hill Coeur d'Alene Idaho
Stevens Lakes Mullan Idaho
Rocks of Sharon Trail Spokane Washington
Mineral Ridge National Recreation Trail Coeur d'Alene Idaho

Nearby Campgrounds

Spokane Trail

attraction Spokane, WA
The Centennial Trail begins at the Washington/Idaho state border and ends at Nine Mile Falls, Washington following the Spokane River and with views of waterfalls and rapids. This 37.5 mile trail runs through a metropolitan section in downtown Spokane in Riverfront Park, and extends to rural settings. You can enjoy many types of outdoor recreational activities while exploring the trail. The Spokane River Centennial Trail connects with the North Idaho Centennial Trail it is probably the best way to get a feeling for the region.

Alderwood RV Park

campground Mead, WA
Alderwood is conveniently located close to Riverfront Park, Spokane?s various wineries, and the pristine gardens of Manito Park and many more interesting destinations of the region. You can enjoy the serenity of Washington?s landscapes from this full service park. Easy access for any size RV rental.

Riverfront Park

attraction Spokane, WA
Riverfront Park offers 100 acres of beautiful landscapes, situated along the Spokane River, it contains the Spokane waterfalls. You can view all of this beauty a top of the 145 foot tall Pavilion. The park is also known for the carousel, the skyride where you can enjoy panoramic views of the falls, IMAX theatre, a small amusement park and so much more. Be sure to participate in the Chinese lantern festival or if you?re around for the winter months you can take ice skating lessons. Enjoy a special place within the city.

Riverside State Park

campground Nine Mile Falls, WA
A park with 10,000 acres teeming with wildlife, located along the Spokane and Little Spokane rivers in Eastern Washington. The park offers a wide variety of recreational activities and is rich in history. You'll have access to 600 acres of dirt roads to ride your d bike and snowmobile. You can horseback ride, bike or hike on the 37 miles of hiking along the Centennial Trail and many more miles on other trails. You can also join a tour where you'll learn about the region's history. Enjoy your RV rental vacation here.

North Spokane RV Campground

campground Spokane, WA
A short drive from the region?s best outdoor recreational areas, this full service campground offers many amenities that will create a relaxing stay. You will be close to mountain resorts, lakes, golf and skiing courses. You'll have access to a grass dog park, a seasonal pool, private restrooms with showers, big screen TV room, complementary wi-fi and rv sites that accommodate to any size. Look like a pro driving your RV rental in to here.

Manito Park

attraction Spokane, WA
Visited by 150,000 people each year who come to see the five gardens, a conservatory, duck ponds set within 90 acres of manicured lawns, playgrounds, paths, flowers, topiary shrubs, and a greenhouse conservatory. You can take a stroll and admire this unique garden in the heart of Spokane.

Nearby Parks