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Originally founded as Centerville in 1866, the city changed its name to Stanwood in 1877 at the behest of its first postmaster, Daniel O. Pearson. Though Stanwood is a small town, there’s plenty of things to see and do here. The town, in addition to other notable events, hosts an annual scavenger hunt in which over ten thousand people participate. The closest largest town is Mt. Vernon, about 20 miles to the north. Alternatively, Everett, WA, is 25 miles to the south, and Seattle is 60 miles away.

This part of Washington State offers several state and national parks, and countless recreational outdoors activities. In addition to hiking and fishing, there’s whale-watching, clamming, zip-lining, and horseback riding. The secret to enjoying the outdoors in Washington to ignore the constant drizzle and head out into this area with your camper rental from Stanwood.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Stanford, you will have several opportunites to go around the " tourist traps,:" and Camano Island, just minutes away from the city is a great place to park your Stanford RV rental. This island offers a variety of outdoorsy activities and events. While exploring various points on Camano Island enjoy views of both the Seattle skyline and the majestic Olympia mountains.

Visit the San Juan Islands to the northwest, which is equally gorgeous and offers even more variety of recreational activities. Explore the rugged coastlines, look for Orcas pods and go crabbing. Scuba dive and look for lost wrecks hidden in the murky waters. There are whale and wildlife tours on all three islands. Explore the tide pools with bona fide scientists and learn about the various marine life like starfish, sea urchins, anemones, moon snails, and crabs. The lucky ones might even spot otters, which live in the area.

Sadly there are no direct routes from Stanwood to Whidbey Island, another popular tourist destination, unless you own or rent a boat. To access the island, consider taking either the Mukilteo Ferry or go on a roundabout route through Fidalgo Island and Deception Pass State Park.

In addition to outdoor recreational activities, meditate at the Earth Sanctuary, where the locals have created an organic sculpture garden, designed to help its visitors renew their spiritual connection with nature.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Stanwood, WA, you’ll need someplace to park for a few days or a night while you explore the surrounding area. RV parks are limited in the immediate area, however, you will find a few options 10 miles to the south, in the Lake Goodwin area.

Lake Goodwin Resort, offers lakeside lots, laundry facilities, dock slips, restrooms with showers, and WiFi.

Lake Ki Resort has full hookups with 30/50 amps for your RV, bathhouses, laundry facilities and lakeside access for fishing. Both are rustic, reminiscent of old school campgrounds.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, or larger grocery stores. You will find the nearest Walmart 15 miles to the south, just off the Interstate 5 in Arlington. Just be sure to ask the manager for permission before setting up for the night. There are a handful of grocery stores within 10 miles of Stanwood that may meet your needs, these will need manager permission as well. Being located near Mt. Vernon and Conway, RV rental is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

There's a multitude of attractions located near Stanwood that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. Point your camper rental from Stanwood up to Mt. Vernon where you find the annual spring Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Low rolling hills burst into stripes of vibrant colors offering a perfect back drop while you leisurely stroll threw the festival.

Should visiting casinos be your thing, head over to Marysville and Arlington where both cities offer casinos for you to try your hand at. There are slot machines as well if you aren't into those table games.

The Museum of Northwest Art, located in La Conner features both native and local folk art. Should you see something you like, visit the Gift Shop your plan your trip around the first two weeks of June for the annual Art Auction. Please check the website for exact dates.

Outback Kangaroo Farm, the closest petting zoo to Stanwood, provides a number of wild animals on site for your viewing pleasure, including kangaroos, goats, donkey, llamas, and alpacas. The animals are accustomed to people, and guests can feed and pet them, and the zoo is a family-run-business that has been entertaining vacationers for over 20 years.

At the end of a long day of sightseeing, take a break from the perpetual drizzle that permeates the area and visit one of the many distilleries and wineries in the area. Edward Lynn Cellars is minutes away from Stanwood. Naked City and Ale Spike breweries, both found on Camano Island, are also an easy drive for you to take your luxury camper rental from Stanwood.

If it's a taste of the cool Washington air you are seeking, consider a motorhome rental in Stanwood. Enjoy the multitude of local cuisine, watch a sunset, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Stanwood, CA and explore all that the Evergreen State has to offer!

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