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Welcome to beautiful southeastern Washington state, home of Washington State University in Pullman. Selected by several magazines as one of the best places to raise kids in Washington, this city is known for its safe, family-friendly lifestyle, and the beautiful natural environment of the area. With big city amenities, and small-town charm and friendliness you’ll love this little corner of the state. This is actually a perfect place to base your explorations in the area, so book an RV in Pullman, WA, today.

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Sites and Scenery

Some of the beautiful features of the landscape in and around Pullman are the rolling Palouse hills. Enjoy the scene by hiking or biking up the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, which starts in downtown Pullman and ends in nearby Moscow, Idaho. The gorgeous hills are highlighted, and the well-maintained trail includes trail information stations that share the history, geography, plant, and wildlife of the area.

Visit the stunning Snake River and its historic canyons by driving your Pullman rental RV just 20 miles southwest. Wawawai County Park is a very nice spot with beautiful views right on the river. This is a great place to go swimming or fishing. You can also get in the water, with rentals available from kayaks, to canoes, to rafting. There are nearby campsites with pull-thru and pull-in sites for your Pullman rental camper. This is primitive camping, so no hookups are available.

About 90 miles from Pullman is the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest which also dips into Idaho and Oregon. This is a beautiful, expansive forest with high mountain lakes, rugged canyons, fishing, camping, hiking and more. Campgrounds are well maintained and located conveniently for any variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and backpacking.  

It’s a bit of a trek, but a beautiful one-day drive from Pullman to Yellowstone National Park is worth the time and effort. During the approximately eight hour-drive in your Pullman rental motorhome, you’ll be awed by the sites and scenes on the way. Once you arrive at this world-famous national park, enjoy viewing the large variety of animals, gorgeous mountains, the Yellowstone River, and the world’s largest collection of geysers. This is a great place to take your time and really enjoy the natural and unique beauty of this renowned park.

Almost across the street from Yellowstone is the gem of Grand Teton National Park, a tranquil spot with tons of hiking, rafting, and wildlife. Truly nature’s landscape at its best with the rugged skyline of the Grand Teton Mountains taking your breath away. Elk are plentiful here, and this is a wonderful place to camp or hike. There are many picturesque picnic spots where you can gaze in wonder at this incredible spot. Horseback riding, hiking, and rafting are all favorite activities, and camping sites are plentiful.

City Sites

A highlight of the Pullman area is the Washington State University campus, which is the original campus, and the largest campus of this great university. Featuring beautiful landscaping, including large shade trees, and historic building, this is a wonderful stop in your Pullman travel trailer rental. There are areas for agricultural research, where you can learn about local farming techniques. The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art features world-class art exhibits, and the Conner Museum of Natural History is a local favorite. There are plenty of places to eat and shop, including the large bookstore.

Take a stroll through the gorgeous Lawson Gardens. This is truly an oasis that is located in the heart of downtown Pullman. Lovingly cared for by one person, it’s an extra special treat to visit and experience.

The small but highly interesting and comprehensive Palouse Discovery Science Center is great for kids. There are many science exploration stations, great for toddlers and older kids, too. They promote science, technology, and math literacy through educational programs, teaching collections, hands-on interactive exhibits, and fun activities. There are permanent, as well as rotating, traveling exhibits.

Just a 1.5-hour drive north of Pullman, you can visit Spokane, a nice city with many worthwhile places to visit. You can’t miss the famous Spokane Falls, right in the middle of the city, as well as the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture which focuses on the areas of Native American history and heritage. The Tudor-style Campbell House also highlights the pioneer history of the area. Another popular spot is the huge Riverfront Park, site of the 1974 World’s Fair, with its sculpture walk, cable car, pretty scenic meadows, and IMAX theater, and the 1909 historic Looff Carousel ride.

Centennial Trail offers a lovely hike or bike ride through the heart of downtown. Running some nine miles past some of Spokane’s many historical sites and buildings, this is a great way to get a feel for this city in eastern Washington.

Where to Park It

There are many places to park your RV rental near Pullman, including state and regional parks, national forests, and national parks. You’ll be really able to get away from it all in your Pullman RV trailer rental. There are also plenty of RV parks in the area, especially as you get near the bigger city of Spokane, and also in nearby Moscow, Idaho. Many of these parks have amenities like laundry facilities, camp stores, restaurants, and even golf courses and restaurants. There are Walmart Supercenters throughout eastern Washington, where you can hitch up the Pullman camper rental for a night or two.


You’ll find eats for every preference, including classic family food places with Italian, burgers and steaks, pizza and Mexican offerings. There are also plenty of other international flavors like Asian, Middle Eastern, and more. Plenty of fast and casual restaurants can be found, and Spokane offers an even wider variety. Vegan/vegetarian and gluten-free options are often available. Pullman Farmers Market is open from mid-May to mid-October and features fresh produce, craft foods, live music and activities for the kids.

You’ll love exploring this part of eastern Washington, so stop planning and search for a camper rental in Pullman, WA today.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Latah Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Kamiak Butte Trail, WAPalouse, WA
  • Headwaters Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Wawawai Canyon, WAColton, WA
  • Moose Marbles and Wagon Trail to Southside Loop Trail, IDMoscow, ID
  • Idler's Rest Nature Preserve, IDMoscow, ID
  • East Moscow Mountain, IDMoscow, ID
  • Steptoe Butte, WASteptoe, WA
  • Greenbelt Walkway Trail, WAClarkston, WA

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