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Although Raymond wasn’t officially founded until 1907, there were settlers and businesses in the area for decades prior. The town was built over the wetlands, and many structures were built on stilts, with wooden boardwalks connecting homes and shops along the “streets.” Today, the wetlands are partially drained, allowing for more conventional buildings and homes to be constructed. The city was and still is a lumber-mill town. So load up the family and bring your RV rental to Raymond, Washington; there’s plenty of things to do and see in this part of the state.

Chehalis, a larger town just off the Interstate 5, is 45 miles due east. Tacoma, a town south of Seattle, is 100 miles to the northeast. The nearest larger cities of Portland and Seattle are approximately 125 miles to the southeast and northeast. The closest Pacific-Ocean beach is about 23 miles, in North Cove.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book a motorhome in Raymond, you will have access to several unique recreational areas. While, this part of the state is largely privately owned, there are plenty of public lands for recreational activities and outdoors-people. For example, the Willapa Wetlands (aka Potter’s Slough) is an undeveloped park a few miles west of Raymond. Run by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, this park is a popular saltwater marsh for fishermen and clammers, waterfowl hunters, and bird-watchers. Eagles, wading birds, and ducks are regular visitors here.

Another nearby park, Smith Creek - North River, offers similar rustic conditions. Enjoy the day taking in the beautiful landscape the park has to offer. Parking areas are available; however, they are underdeveloped and at times muddy.

Willapa Hills State Park Trail, which is a part of a project to eventually create an interconnected trail from the ocean to the Idaho border, links Chehalis to South Bend, terminating a few miles short of the ocean. The 22 miles out of 56 miles of trail are developed for biking and horseback riding, and cycling as well. The balance of trail is unimproved and may be challenging for bicycles and some horses. This would be a spectacular place to park your Raymond camper rental and hike down to the ocean.

The towns in the Willapa area have jointly created a Willapa Water Trail, in which visitors can take boats exploring on the Willapa Bay. What a perfect place to gather with friends and family and enjoy a day out on the bay!

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Raymond, WA, you will need someplace to call home for a few days. There are a handful of options near Raymond, and the area caters to out-of-town visitors.

Raymond RV Park at Pedigree is minutes away, offers amazing waterfront views of Willapa River, and provides full hookups for your RV and free WiFi.

About 15 miles to the northwest, both Grayland Beach and Twin Harbor State Parks are able to accommodate RVs, and both offer spectacular ocean frontage, full hookups, and restroom facilities.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, and larger grocery stores. There are several Walmarts located within an hour of town and camping may be allowed at these locations. Just check with the manager to get permission before settling in for the evening.

Exploring the City

There's a multitude of attractions located near Raymond that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. The Willapa Seaport Museum displays marine artifacts, historical information, and insight, all with a dash of the typical, out of the ordinary Washington humor. Step back in time at the Northwest Carriage Museum and “wheel” through a collection of 19th-century carriages, buggies, wagons, and historical artifacts. Visit the Pacific County Museum, which houses over 15,000 photographic images, 1,500 historical artifacts, and archival records to learn about the pioneer era in this area. Study the sculptures and artwork on display in the Willapa Heritage Corridor, all made by local artisans.

Point your Raymond travel trailer rental towards Willapa’s north side, stop at the Tokeland Hotel, the oldest operating inn in Washington. If your schedule permits, enjoy a delicious meal at the restaurant before heading back out on your adventures.

Venture down south with your luxury motorhome rental from Raymond and explore the Long Beach Peninsula. Check out the annual Kite festival, which the town claims is the world’s largest kite festival. All of the beaches on the peninsula are legal highways -- provided that the sand is hard-packed. Experience the joys of driving over sand to a remote spot for a picnic. And while you’re here, book a lesson at the local dive and surfing shops to learn SCUBA diving and surfing. Join in with the locals who surf year round.

If it's a milder climate and more laid back atmosphere that you seeking, consider an RV rental in Raymond. Escape the hustle and bustle of the big city life while watching surfers at the peninsula, enjoy a hike with family, watch a sunset, and take in the beautiful landscape!

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