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Information About Snoqualmie, WA

On the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains, you can find the town of Snoqualmie, Washington, an incredible place to rent an RV for many reasons. Snoqualmie was formerly an agricultural hub with plenty of mills on the banks of the Snoqualmie River. The glaciated valley was created thousands of years ago with the retreat of the last ice age, where mountains and gorges were carved from the Earth’s crust, and ancient rivers were redirected to create the massive waterfalls that Washington has become well known for.

Although Snoqualmie is predominantly a gateway to the natural beauty of the Evergreen State, you will find the town is charming in its own right. The wonderful Snoqualmie Historic Commercial District is the center focal point of town and is designed to accommodate the growing population, while retaining its old-time feel. Due to its proximity to the mountains and forest of northern Washington, the lovely downtown area, and accessibility due to its location on Interstate 90, when you book an RV in Snoqualmie, you can enjoy your vacation adventure in one of the most intriguing states in the country.

Natural Beauty

The town of Snoqualmie is ideal for visiting if you enjoy the great outdoors. Before you even leave town in your Snoqualmie camper rental, it becomes abundantly clear that the town has developed a loving appreciation for nature. With 40 parks totaling over 540 acres, and 35 miles of hiking trails coursing through the area, Snoqualmie has clearly placed a premium on its shared spaces and deemed it necessary to provide ample space to breathe in the fresh air and get some exercise.

Snoqualmie Point Park is one of the best in town with its stunning views of Mount Si, Mount Baker, and many other noticeable mountains sitting on the horizon. Fisher Creek Park in Snoqualmie sits alongside the water's edge and has a playground, bike park, and trails connecting it with other area parks. The Three Forks Natural Area has 200 acres of protected wetlands, riverside walking paths, and clear views of the area where the three forks of the Snoqualmie River converge.

Outside of town, there is lots to see as well, most of which is easy to reach with your Snoqualmie RV rental. Just across the river outside of town, Borst Lake is fully stocked with freshwater fish so fishing remains a popular activity here throughout the year. Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area forms the southern boundaries of fertile Snoqualmie Valley and remains a breathtaking lookout point as well as a fine place to hike or walk your dog.

Also near town, Tiger Mountain State Forest was named for a 1924 train accident that happened within the forest’s territory. During the accident, a live Bengal Tiger that was being transported escaped in the commotion and was never seen again. You can also hike to the peak of Tiger Mountain when you visit in your Snoqualmie motorhome rental; the mountain is part of the Issaquah Alps along with Rattlesnake Ridge and nearby Cougar Mountain.

The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is also easily reachable when you rent an RV in Snoqualmie, Washington, and it is well worth the effort. Totaling nearly 1.5 million acres, this sprawling forest covering the Cascade Mountains is among the most beautiful in the northwest.

Olympic National Park, out past Olympia, Washington, brings in well over three million visitors annually, making it a natural choice for visiting when you rent an RV in the Evergreen State. Mount Rainier National Park is not very far from Snoqualmie either. Mount Rainier is the most topographically prominent mountain in the contiguous United States and happens to be a massive stratovolcano with tremendous power and size.

City Attractions

Renting an RV in Snoqualmie, Washington, is ideal because it enables you to visit the snowy peaks and gorgeous forests of Washington, while allowing you to easily access and enjoy the town and all its attractions.

The magnificent historic downtown area is adjacent to the Snoqualmie River and has many fine dining establishments, artsy boutiques, and inviting bars and breweries, so keeping yourself occupied on vacation is easy as well as fun. The Northern Railway Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places and is housed within the old Snoqualmie Train Depot built in 1890. The small museum owns and operates a small, scenic, antique locomotive railway that enables visitors to experience the beauty of the backcountry.

The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum also has a treasure trove of artifacts, exhibits, and information tours helping paint a picture of the small town and how its history has shaped its identity today. Native American artifacts and history are also proudly displayed and available to learn about when you visit.

The Snoqualmie Casino is the closest casino to Seattle, and therefore a great place to game, dine, shop, and enjoy big names in live entertainment. Don’t forget to visit the most stunning feature in town, the majestic 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls. The mists of the falls were said to connect the heavens to the earth and are sacred to the native tribes of Washington.

RV Friendly

Snoqualmie is more than accommodating to those renting an RV in town, so finding a place to stay overnight is no sweat. Blue Sky RV Park is tucked away at the base of Tiger Mountain and has private camping spots for even the largest recreational vehicles. Issaquah Village RV Park has large spaces, cable and internet, a large playground for children, and lots of other amenities.

Tall Chief RV & Camping Resort is close to both nature and downtown Seattle, so you don’t need to choose between outdoor recreation and urban exploration when you rent a camper in Snoqualmie and stay here. A large pool, mini-golf course, and recreational room with billiards tables are a few of the on-site amenities offered. Denny Creek, Tinkham, and Middle Fork Campgrounds are just a few of the hundreds of available camping sites that exist in the nearby national forest.

RV Rentals in Snoqualmie, WA

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

There are many popular rentals in Snoqualmie. Outdoorsy's Snoqualmie 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 Snoqualmie 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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Rattlesnake Ledge Trail North Bend Washington
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Mount Si Trail North Bend Washington
Snow Lake Trail Snoqualmie Pass Washington
Wallace Falls Trail Gold Bar Washington
Mount Pilchuck Trail Granite Falls Washington
Lake Serene Trail Gold Bar Washington
Poo Poo Point Trail Issaquah Washington
Little Si Trail North Bend Washington