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Information About Seattle, WA

When you book an RV in Seattle, Washington, you’ll be in the heart of the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Adventure awaits you in this exciting seaport city. You won’t want to miss a trip to the famous Space Needle, which is the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River. Here you can catch stunning views of the area’s gorgeous mountain landscape. Pike Place Market is another famous Seattle attraction, which is a public farmers market where you can get a taste of great seafood and local cuisine or get souvenirs from regional artisans. You also may not know that Seattle has a happening musical history as a local hub for jazz clubs and rock music. From art galleries and museums to sports arenas and parks, Seattle is a perfect destination for your next getaway!

Just an hour and half of drivetime in the Seattle travel trailer rental will land you in Tacoma, a bustling city overlooking the stunning Mount Rainier. Whether you want to shop until you drop, enjoy a round of golf, or see amazing natural sites, Tacoma is a prime hot spot for some of the state’s most amazing attractions. Just 45 minutes north of Seattle is Everett, which is an exciting small city set amongst a stunning natural backdrop. Everett offers loads of fun-filled activities, from museums and performing arts centers to gardens and arboretums. The waterfront is filled with stunning coastal views and marina activities like farmers markets and concerts.

Exploring Seattle’s Great Outdoors

Once you settle on the best RV rental in Seattle, you can’t miss a trip to one of the most beautiful destinations in the entire country, Mount Rainier National Park. Towering 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the lower 48. With six major rivers flowing around the mountain, this luscious landscape includes gorgeous subalpine wildflower meadows and ancient forests. This national park, which is less than a two hour’s drive from Seattle, is an oasis for nature lovers with loads of activities including hiking, biking, climbing, boating, and fishing.

Just two hours’ drive with the Seattle, WA RV rental sits another icon of the Pacific Northwest, Olympic National Park. Encompassing almost a million acres of vast wilderness, this national park has it all, from lush forests to glacier-topped mountains. Amidst a stunning natural backdrop you can explore this idyllic setting by backpacking, hiking, and climbing. You can get out on the water by boating and fishing in a serene landscape. You can also catch views of amazing starry skies unlike anywhere else in the country.

RV Parks

You won’t have any trouble finding a perfect place to park your RV when you choose a camper rental in Seattle. For instance, the Lake Pleasant RV Park in nearby Bothell is a serene setting to park your vehicle in a lakefront setting. Not only is this RV park big rig friendly, but it offers a number of amenities including wireless internet, nature trails, and fishing sites. The Trailer Inns RV Park in Bellevue is another great place to park amongst the backdrop of Mount Rainier. This RV park features wireless internet, cable TV, and a swimming pool.

The Seattle/Tacoma KOA in Kent is just minutes from downtown Seattle. You can wake up to a hot breakfast and hike or bike along paved trails that run through the RV park. A snack bar and camp kitchen are conveniently located on site. You can also enjoy a relaxing afternoon of fishing or swimming at the pool. There are plenty of shopping centers and gas stations around the city for convenient access to grocery shopping and fuel.

Getting Around the City

When you rent a motorhome in Seattle, you’ll be in an RV-friendly city that is easy to explore. There are two public transportation systems that serve the city and the surrounding area, the King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit. These transit systems provide both bus and rail routes with access all around Seattle and surrounding neighborhoods. The Seattle Center Monorail is a convenient way to get from Lower Queen Anne to the city’s downtown district. Biking is another convenient way to explore the area, with car-free pathways that allow you get around the city and surrounding counties.

When you rent an RV in Seattle, you’ll have a front row seat to some of the best festivals and events in the Pacific Northwest. In May and June, you have to check out the Seattle International Film Festival, which provides showings of more than 300 films. For booklovers, you won’t want to miss the Seattle Antiquarian Book Festival in October. This one-of-a-kind event features books, photographs, and other amazing collectibles from international exhibitors. If you’re a jazz lover, you’ll enjoy a visit to the Ballard Jazz Festival. Held in May, this musical bonanza features world-class live jazz entertainment for a full week.

RV Rentals in Seattle, WA

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

There are many popular rentals in Seattle. Outdoorsy's Seattle 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 Seattle are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Pilchuck State Park, Wallace Falls State Park Management Area, Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument, and Tiger Mountain State Forest.

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