2016 Keystone Hideout
2016 Keystone Hideout
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Welcome to Selah, Washington, located in the beautiful Yakima Valley. Known for its agriculture, the Selah area offers locally owned orchards, lavender farms, wineries, and a highly regarded outdoor market. Home to the Tree Top fruit processing company, as well as other agricultural stalwarts, this area is also known as a great tourist region, central to a variety of activities and attractions. Enjoy this wonderful area, as well as other spots in the Pacific Northwest region, including national parks, ocean shores, and much, much more. Book an RV in Selah, Washington, today.
Selah is an outdoor lover’s paradise, with many hiking and walking trails including Umtanum Ridge Trail and the trail along and around the Tieton River. You’ll see plenty of wildlife, including bighorn sheep, elk, bald eagles, and a wide variety of fish and birds.
Take the Selah RV rental to Cowiche Canyon Trail and experience this stunning, expansive landscape known for dramatic scenery, local wildlife, and a comprehensive trail network. Hiking and biking are popular activities. Most trails are well maintained but watch for deep, loose gravel, especially if you're bicycling. Look carefully, and you’ll find wild fruit trees, including peach, pear, apple, apricot, and berries along the trail.
Oak Creek Wildlife Area near Naches is another quick drive away. The view from this area may be one of the best in the entire state, so if you have a chance to visit this scenic spot, take some time to explore. Make sure to check out the museum.
Just around the corner from Selah, take the Selah camper rental to the Yakima River Canyon area. This spot offers access to recreational activities including bicycling, fishing, hiking, and backpacking, as well as camping, river floating, and cross-country skiing in the winter months. Just a few miles outside of Selah, the Yakima River Canyon is definitely a place to stop.
Hop in the Selah motorhome rental and head up the Yakima Scenic Byway. There are tons of recreational opportunities along the way, and the views are spectacular. Byway travelers enjoy abundant wildlife views, stunning wildflower blooms in the spring and summer, and vistas of volcanic basalt cliffs left from the ruins of Mt. Mazama. The river itself offers great fly fishing, river rafting and floating, and camping spots.
In the nearby Cascade mountains, and visible from the Yakima Valley is Mt. Rainier and the adjoining Mount Rainier National Park. This park can be accessed by car and most RVs. Make sure to stop by the Sunrise Visitor Center, with its stunning overlook of mountain views, wildflower meadows, and many hiking trailheads. Watch for weather and road conditions, especially after rains or winter conditions.
For insight on the local history and culture, make sure to check out Yakima Valley Museum in the nearby city of Yakima. This is a well-displayed history museum in this relatively small city. Particular favorites are the 1970’s living room, the “neon alley,” and the covered wagon display. Kids love the exploration area set up for them, plus the Soda Fountain Museum is a must-stop.
The area is with many agri-tour opportunities from local u-pick orchards for peaches, apples, and pears. In addition, there are many local vineyards and wineries around the area, as well as craft breweries.
When you rent an RV in Selah, another must-stop spot is the Yakima Area Arboretum and Botanical Garden. This peaceful, lush garden is a great place to relax and renew. There are a large variety of plants and trees, and wonderful opportunities for macro and wildlife photography. Spacious and beautiful, make sure to visit the Japanese gardens, the walk along the river, and the gift shop.
From here, you’re a relatively short drive from the exciting urban spread of Seattle. Make sure to visit the Seattle Center, Pike Place Market, the underground Seattle tours, the famous port area, and all that this cosmopolitan city has to offer. There are great restaurants, parks, and attractions throughout the Seattle and Tacoma area, and most are accessible with your Selah rental RV.
You’ll find plenty of places to park the motorhome rental near Selah. Right in the city, and in nearby Yakima there are more than a dozen private RV parks, as well as a few public parks with amenities that include laundry facilities, showers, clubhouses, adjoining restaurants and hookups for electric and sewer. Expand your search outward, and you’ll find spots to park your Selah travel trailer rental in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, and near the Columbia and Snake Rivers around Kennewick, WA. Private RV parks are also plentiful in and around the Seattle area, and there is camping available in Mt. Rainier National Park. Walmart Supercenters are located all around the area, and some permit overnight parking. One of the nearest to Selah is located in Yakima, Washington.
You’re lucky when you’re looking for fresh, seasonal food in the Selah/Yakima Valley area. As a premier agricultural area, there are several farm-to-table restaurants in the immediate area, and nearby Seattle is known for its wide variety of fine dining and fresh seafood. In and around Selah, you’ll find fast food and fast casual, as well as family dining and comfort foods. Farmers markets in season are plentiful in the area, including Yakima’s premier farmers market open on Sundays. Vendors include farmers from Washington and Oregon, local food vendors and artisans. There’s usually live music and there are activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Experience all that central Washington has to offer with the convenience and amenities of mobile travel accommodations. Search for an RV rental in Selah, WA, today.