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Aside from being incredibly fun to say, Walla Walla is an amazing little city in southeastern Washington state. The town is named for its original inhabitants, the Walla Walla indigenous people, whose name means “the land of many waters”. Early settlers first began to arrive in Walla Walla in the early nineteenth century and a long period of turmoil and conflict between the pioneers and natives ensued for many years. Fort Walla Walla was originally a fur trading outpost but later evolved to become a significant stopping point for pioneers heading westward along the Oregon Trail.
At one point Walla Walla was slated to become the state capital and was the largest city in the northwest due to the influx of migrants seeking to make it rich in the gold rush. Nowadays, this peaceful city on the Oregon-Washington state line remains one of Washington's best-kept secrets. When you search for an RV in Walla Walla, you open yourself up to experiencing iconic city streets with fabulous old buildings, a bevy of cultural institutions and museums, and incredible food and wine. In addition to these city attractions, there are also amazing forests, mountains, and lakes nearby.
When people choose to rent an RV in Walla Walla, they are usually blown away by how beautiful the surrounding area is. Since Walla Walla is nowhere close to any major cities, there are vast expanses of rural and wilderness areas nearby. Umatilla National Forest might be primarily located in Oregon, but it dips over the state line and is not far from Walla Walla. Over twenty percent of Umatilla National Forest’s one and a half million acres are backcountry wilderness areas rife with wildlife and beauty. A large chunk of the land is virgin, old growth forest, and there are plenty of places to camp at with your Walla Walla camper rental. The forest is home to a wide range of recreational activities like white water rafting, hiking, and rock climbing. In the winter, enjoy skiing or snowboarding at one of the two of the major ski mountains found within the forest.
Scooteney Park and Campground is centered around Scooteney Reservoir, which is home to an assortment of freshwater fish. This popular fishing destination is also great for hunting, photographing wildlife, and camping in your Walla Walla motorhome rental. Riverside State Park up near Spokane is a bit of a long drive with your Walla Walla, WA RV rental, but well worth it once you see the raging Spokane River. Known as one of the largest state parks in the Evergreen State, Riverside State Park is a well-known ATV/off-roading destination with hundreds of acres dedicated to the sport. Rock climbing, hiking, and mountain biking are also common here. For more low key activities, you can go fishing, swimming, and birdwatching. There is an interpretive museum center that teaches guests about the Spokane indigenous people and the first fur trappers. You can stay overnight in your Walla Walla RV rental by owner at one of the campgrounds located at the park as well.
No trip to Washington would be complete without a visit to one of its epic national parks. Olympic National Park might be too far of a drive for your Walla Walla travel trailer rental, but Mount Rainier National Park is a bit closer and easier to get to. Mount Rainier itself is an impressive feat of nature, hovering well over 14,000 feet in height. The stratovolcano is covered in ancient glaciers, with stunning, subalpine meadows dotted with all kinds of wildflowers in every color. The park is a major destination for rock climbing and ice climbing as well as snowshoeing due to its massive glaciers and the incredible panoramic views from the top.
If you are wondering where to park your Walla Walla RV rental during your vacation, there are a few options in the vicinity. Pierce’s Green Valley RV Park is close to the Columbia River where fishing is a favorite past time. This conveniently located RV park has electric and water hookup sites and beautiful valley views.
Blue Valley RV Park in Walla Walla is a spacious campground with a clubhouse, meeting rooms, and Internet. Fans of golf can hit the links at the golf course next door or watch some on tv using the cable provided. The sites are full hookup with a patio and picnic table at each one.
RV Resort Four Seasons, also in Walla Walla, is open year-round and has beautiful landscapes with large, accommodating campsites. It also doesn’t hurt to be minutes from the downtown area either. This RV park boasts full hookup sites with garbage service and a mini RV store. There are laundry and bathroom facilities as well as cable and Internet. Basically everything you can possibly need.
This small city is deceptively full of fun attractions and events throughout the year making it a multi-faceted vacation destination for all to enjoy. One of Walla Walla’s claims to fame is its lucrative wine industry. There are too many vineyards and wineries in and around the city to possibly name but the industry is the main reason behind the growing tourism sector. The Gesa Power House Theater is a historic building with three hundred seats in the heart of town. The building was once home to a factory over a hundred years ago but has since been renovated and remade into a world-class theater that hosts concerts, stage productions, and other events.
Kirkman House Museum is one of the oldest mansions in town and has been preserved as a historical institution where people may learn about the early history of Walla Walla. Tour the house and see original furniture and family heirlooms from the Kirkman Family on display. Fort Walla Walla is the main attraction in town, celebrating the cultural and historical heritage of the town. This original building was the precursor to Walla Walla, steeped in history. There are several buildings in this old pioneer village that adequately demonstrate what life was once like on the frontier.
A Walla Walla, Washington RV rental is the perfect way to immerse yourself in history and nature. What are you waiting for? Get on the road today.