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Preston, just east of Issaquah, is a former site of a sawmill, which operated for nearly a hundred years, from 1892 till 1974. Long before the town was established, this land was home to the Snoqualmie People, who since time immemorial have hunted, fished and lived in this land and continue to live in the Snoqualmie Valley to this day. Tucked into the foothills of the Cascades along a scenic stretch of the Raging River, Preston, Washington is a small wooded town on the outskirts of Tiger Mountain State Park. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, and visit the sleepy suburbs on your way to Tiger Mountain or the Cascades.
The closest large town is Issaquah, six miles to the west. The Snoqualmie Pass in the Cascades is about 35 miles to the east. Seattle is just under 25 miles to the west. And Olympic National Park is about 100-150 miles to the west, depending on what part of the park you want to visit.
When you book a motorhome in Preston, a whole world of recreational activities will be opened up to you. Nearby parks offer miles of interconnected trails suitable for hiking, horseback riding, and biking. The Tiger Mountain and Raging River, which are right next door, for example, offer a diverse range of recreation opportunities, including hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, hang gliding, and paragliding. Laugh if you like at the name, “Poo Poo Point.” It’s a real spot; it’s a popular launching point for paragliders and has fantastic views of the valley
The Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area is a smaller park, but in addition to having great views of the valley and varied landscape features and pockets of old growth forest, it’s also a Roosevelt elk habitat. It’s a landscape photographer’s dream.
The Snoqualmie River and its tributaries are a fisherman’s delight. An angler could easily catch four different species of fish in the same day: steelhead, cutthroat, silver, and pink salmon. The river flows out of the central Cascade Mountains through the south, middle and north forks which join to form the mainstem river at Snoqualmie. It then flows over a massive waterfall, known as Snoqualmie Falls. The Falls is small but mighty. A popular scenic attraction, more than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year.
When you rent an RV, you’ll need someplace to call your home base for a few days. The Blue Sky RV Park is conveniently right in Preston. Located at the base of the Tiger Mountain, it offers amenities like 30/50 amps and full hookups for your RV, cable TV, laundry, and wide lots for slide-out motorhomes.
Its sister site, the Nor’ West, is 12 miles to the east in North Bend and offers similar amenities. It also has some lots that are more private and provides private storage sheds for each lot.
Alternatively, the Issaquah Village RV Park, which is a few miles closer to Seattle, offers free WiFi, large lots suitable for big rigs, and a playground.
While none of the state parks in the immediate area allow overnight camping, head north to the Tolt MacDonald Park and Campgrounds, which is outside Carnation. Although electric and water hookups are available, RV space is limited, and it’s recommended that you reserve in advance.
Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, and larger grocery stores. The closest Walmart is 15 miles away, in Bellevue and camping may be allowed there. Just ask the manager for permission before you set up for the night. Target in Issaquah may be a possible alternative. If you opt to stay overnight, be sure to ask the store manager for permission. Being located near Seattle and Easton, RV rental near Preston is common; therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.
There's a multitude of attractions located near Preston that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. In addition to a gaming venue in which there are 1,700 slot machines and 54 classic gaming tables, the Snoqualmie Casino also has an entertainment venue. They host top-notch talent throughout the year like comedians, bands, and illusionists. Your luxury RV rental in Preston, Washington, will also give you the opportunity to venture throughout the city and nearby areas.
Nearby Issaquah’s historic downtown district is home to a wealth of arts and culture activities and experiences. Visit the award-winning Village Theatre, artEAST Art Center, galleries featuring the works of local and regional artists, and schools for visual art, music, and theater.
Join in with the Zoological Society of Washington and support their conservation efforts. Experience a close encounter with the Cougar Mountain Zoo’s residents: cougars, reindeers, tigers, wolves, and more. The zoo also has an art gallery and museum featuring endangered wildlife.
Take a day to venture into Seattle itself to search for famous landmarks like the Fremont Troll, the Giant Shoe Museum, the Gum Wall, Jimi Hendrix Statue, Bruce Lee’s gravesite, and prowl the underground city, too. And go on a paranormal ghost tour, too!
Plan a stopover at the Pike Place Market and watch the fishmongers toss fish. Ignore the rain and stop at the famous Space Needle and Gasworks Park, which are popular destinations for both the locals and tourists.
Wrap up a long day of hiking and sightseeing and visit one of the many microbreweries and wineries in the area. Seattle is famous for its ‘hipster’ scene, and you’re bound to find an up-and-coming brew or wine master to support.
Should you wish to experience the Washington weather, consider a camper rental in Preston. Enjoy the local cuisine, watch sunset, and take in the landscape. Rent an RV in Preston, WA, and explore all The Evergreen State has to offer!