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Both an iconic road through the mountains and a sleepy seasonal retreat, Snoqualmie Pass is a scenic area to check out for those who thrive in an outdoorsy environment. The town, which lies across two counties, is named for the mountain pass that brings I-90 through the Cascade Range. The name Snoqualmie itself comes from the indigenous Native American tribe located within the valley. So, for all of you that enjoy mountainous adventures, consider booking an RV in Snoqualmie Pass, WA, and exploring all the area has to offer.

The area is predominantly home to condominiums and chalets owned and seasonally occupied by people from the Seattle area. With only a hundred or so year-round residents, Snoqualmie Pass is a low traffic area and only booming during seasonal draws to the mountains mostly for winter activities. It’s your choice whether you’d like to visit with a crowd.

As previously mentioned, this unique area is split between two counties: Kings and Kittitas. With different counties means that one town has two zip codes from two post offices and two different congressional and legislative districts. Snoqualmie Pass sure makes a new meaning of two for one. While you are out exploring in your camper rental from Snoqualmie Pass, you’ll be able to check multiple county lines off the list without ever officially leaving the town.

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The Great Outdoors

Rarely do we see true four-season vacation spots that cater to a range of activities to encourage you to explore the natural world. Whether you’re after a winter wonderland or chasing the sun through the mystical forest, viewing Snoqualmie Pass in your travel trailer rental will not leave you disappointed.

Considered an all-season activity, though probably safest in warmer weather, hiking through the wilderness of Snoqualmie Pass will leave you in awe. There are many trails for all levels of hikers with end points letting you discover waterfalls, peaks with views for miles, and gorgeous flora and fauna. Franklin Falls is a simple 2 mile round trip hike with well-groomed and maintained trails perfect for all ages. Kendall Katwalk is a 12 mile round trip venture that’ll reward your hard work with breathtaking views, and continue another 1.25 miles past the end point to uncover a pair of lakes. Denny Creek Trail weaves you through an old growth trail and leaves you at a natural rock water slide so be sure to pack your swimwear. Check local maps for even more exciting options for whatever suits your needs.

A quick 5 minute drive in your RV rental to North Bend , and you will be able to explore the Goldmyer Hot Springs. To experience the springs, you will need to reserve your visit ideally 2 weeks in advance, the reason being to preserve the springs by limiting the number of visitors per day. The natural geothermic springs emerge from an old mine shaft and the water stays within 100-125 degrees Fahrenheit. Don’t worry about getting too warm, there is a cold water pool located adjacent to the spring.

During the winter months, The Summit at Snoqualmie is pure fun! Take advantage of the white stuff through tubing, skiing, snowboarding, or snowshoeing. Rentals for equipment are available, or bring your own. Both alpine and Nordic skiing are favorites here; experience the Central Cascade Mountains first hand but don’t forget to avoid the trees. The tubing park remains a popular attraction; nothing beats some good ole fashion tubing. The Summit will bring smiles all around.

RV Parks

When you rent a luxury motorhome in Snoqualmie Pass, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. The Snoqualmie Pass area caters to out-of-town visitors.

Want access to the great outdoors just by stepping out of your rental RV? Kachness Campground just might be a good choice for you. It is located within the protection of the forest just off the northwest shore of Kachness Lake in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. With 150 RV sites to choose from complete with picnic tables, campfire rings with grills, and vault toilets, you’ll have all the essentials and more. Additional campsite perks include boat launches, a swimming area, and easy access to many hiking trails.

Nor’ West Properties’ North Bend location is a no fuss park with daily, weekly, and monthly rates. This meticulously maintained park offers spacious, wooded sites with ample room for slide outs, full hook ups for your RV, cable and WiFi, and they even allow your four-legged friends. They also offer covered RV and boat storage should you need or want a little extra protection. North Bend is a quick skip and a hop to Snoqualmie Pass and is a great option for those looking for a quiet place to park for the night.

A fabulous choice for those with young families or people who prefer to have more luxuries than just the necessities is Lake Easton Resort. If you take your RV rental to Easton, WA, you’ll find a whole camp-type resort set up on the eastern ridge of the Cascade Mountain range. On property, guests can enjoy full RV hook ups, laundry and shower facilities, a clubhouse, swimming pool, and game room. So, when mom and dad want to kick back and relax, the kids can safely have fun on their own. Easton serves as a great in between spot to many forests and attractions so there will always be something available for everyone.

Should you need a place to stay for the night, consider Walmarts, gas stations, and larger grocery stores. Due to the location, there is only one Walmart within 100 miles. Overnight camping may be available here, just ask the manager before parking for the night.

Explore the City

Snoqualmie Pass is full of activities that draw you into the forest, but for those less inclined and for a change of scenery, check out some other local spots. The area is even home to the Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum. If you’ve ever wondered how people got around on snow before modern technology, here’s your chance to gain some knowledge. Best of all, it’s free! Learn about snow sports, the athletes past and present, and traditions of the area. The Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum is a perfect rainy (or snowy) day activity for everyone.

After a day out on the slopes or an afternoon scaling a mountain, nothing can satisfy more than a cold one. Luckily for you, Snoqualmie Pass is home to its very own craft brewery, Dru Bru. These German-inspired beers are crafted using Snoqualmie Pass mountain water and pull flavor inspiration from the surrounding natural world and traditions. While they supply the beer, you’ll have to BYOF (bring your own food). Pack your own lunch, or better yet order delivery from one of the many tasty nearby restaurants, Dru Bru doesn’t discriminate on age, unless you’re drinking, so bring the underage friends and family along to experience a happy and friendly atmosphere.

If it's the outdoorsy feeling of the Washington mountains you are seeking, consider a camper rental in Snoqualmie Pass. Enjoy local cuisine, watch a sunset, take a hike, and enjoy the beautiful landscape. Rent a travel trailer in Snoqualmie Pass, WA, and see what all the Evergreen State has to offer!

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