2018 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf Limited
2018 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf Limited
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Ross Lake National Recreation Area in the state of Washington is a part of the North Cascade National Park Service Complex. Ideal for a motorhome camping trip, the area includes three reservoirs – Ross Lake, Diablo Lake, and Gorge Lake. As a major recreation destination in the North Cascades, Ross Lake National Recreation Area attracts visitors from various parts of the country. Located in the north-central part of the state, it lies just south of the Canadian border and attracts a chunk of Canadian visitors as well. Accessible via the North Cascades Highway that divides the recreation area from east to west, while the other access point is via the Silver Skagit Road that lies south of the US-Canadian border.
Renting an RV is an easy way of accessing the Ross Lake National Recreation Area, and for visitors with their rig, RV rentals in Whatcom County make it easy to explore the surrounding areas. The recreation area also extends into Skagit County. The nearest town to the recreation area is Newhalem, while Sedro-Woolley is about 45 miles away, and Everett is about 80 miles away. Summers are ideal for camping at Ross Lake National Recreation Area; visitors get to soak in the scenic surroundings while indulging in a range of outdoor activities.
Camping with an RV is a delight for anglers; Ross Lake National Recreation Area has a few water bodies to choose from if you want to spend your days fishing. Skagit River offers salmon, steelhead, and cutthroat trout, while Gorge, Ross, and Diablo Lakes have excellent rainbow trout fishing. State fishing regulations are in effect at any of the lakes in this area, so remember to carry a valid fishing license.
Boating is sought-after at Ross Lake National Recreation Area. There are several boat-in access points to the lakes in the area. While motorboat access to Ross Lake is via the northern part of the lake, canoes, kayaks, and portable crafts can be easily launched into Diablo Lake.
Put on your hiking boots and explore several trail networks in Ross Lake National Recreation Area. Various trailheads in the recreation area connect to hundreds of miles of hiking trails in North Cascades National Park. Diablo Lake and Ross Dam also have trails that go around them and make for very scenic hikes.
Whether you plan to rough it out in a tent or rent a camper near Ross Lake National Recreation Area, there are several campgrounds to choose from. Newhalem Creek Campground is a popular spot for RV camping and accommodates various RV sizes. The campground is open from May to September and offers flush toilets and potable water. Other amenities include big rig access, tent camping, and plenty of recreation. Pets are welcome, so bring your furry friends along too.
The Goodell Creek Campground is located opposite Newhalem Creek Campground and has 21 campsites that can accommodate smaller RVs. Amenities are very basic at this campground.
When you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Ross Lake National Recreation Area, drive to the Alpine RV Park in Marblemount. It has 48 campsites and offers amenities like pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, sewer, water, WiFi, and cell phone coverage. Campers have access to restrooms, shower stalls, laundry facilities, and a designated pet area for your furry friends. There’s a playground for the kids to run about in. The RV Park is a short, 5-minute drive from Ross Lake National Recreation Area.
After making the most of your RV rental vacation at Ross Lake National Recreation Area, how about a drive to Everett to check out the bustling city? Located about 80 miles away, Everett is the county seat of the neighboring Snohomish County. It’s 25 miles south of the metropolis of Seattle and has all the trimmings of a fun city with a longstanding focus on aviation, arts, and culture.
Check out the Future of Flight Aviation Center in Mukilteo, the very first stop on the Boeing Factory Tour that is a must when visiting Everett. The museum is home to several fascinating exhibits on modern aviation; there are working airplanes, video presentations, an observation deck, and an area where you get to design your very own plane! Hereafter, continue to the Boeing Factory where all the action takes place. The tour showcases the entire journey of plane making – from construction to testing.
While you’re in that aviation frame of mind, also check out the Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum. It houses an interesting collection of historical aircraft and aviation items from around the world.
Spend an afternoon exploring the Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens. Covering 3.5-acres of land, the arboretum is home to numerous plants and flowers from the region, showcased in several themed gardens including the Northwest Native Plant Trail, Rock Garden, Japanese Maple Grove, and Viewing Mound.
Take the kids to the Imagine Children’s Museum; ideal for younger kids, the museum focuses on guided and free play. Exhibits include a model farm, an art studio, a water play area, a paleontology area, and a music area, among others.
When it comes to dining out in Everett, there is a wide variety of options. Known for fantastic seafood thanks to its location, Everett also specializes in a variety of game meats like moose, elk, and caribou, if you’re feeling adventurous. Fast food joints, chain restaurants, local eateries, and multi-cuisine restaurants are easy to find in the city.
Pick up supplies for the road from a local convenience store and fill up your rental RV at a gas station before you hit the highway to your next travel destination.