State Parks near Moses Lake, WA

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Alpine Lakes Wilderness, WA

747 RV rentals

Alpine Lakes Wilderness, in Washington, was originally established as “Alpine Lakes Limited Area” in 1946, but because this classification didn’t protect it from mining operations and commercial endeavors, nature lovers lobbied for several years to increase the protections. In 1976, President Ford agreed and signed an act to reclassify it as a wilderness, “Alpine Lakes Wilderness.” He was heard saying about Alpine Lakes, “anywhere so beautiful should be preserved.” This pristine slice of wilderness is the home of several endangered and threatened animals, including the golden eagle, goshawk, spotted owl, and lynx.

The closest large town is Leavenworth, WA, which is a charming Bavarian-themed town. Many businesses, restaurants, and shops center around this niche, and visitors will find confectionaries, …

Alta Lake State Park, WA

151 RV rentals

Searching for a secluded camping spot with great fishing and a host of other water sports on offer? Alta Lake State Park could be just what you're looking for.

Located ten miles southwest of the town of Brewster, and nestled in the hills near Lake Chelan, this 181-acre park allows you to immerse yourself in the pristine natural beauty of central Washington. Whether you want to go for a leisurely paddle, cast a fishing line, take a refreshing dip, or just relax beside the water, you'll find everything you need in the park.

And with a pretty and serene campground just a short walk from the lake, Alta Lake State Park is the ideal place to visit in a …

Brooks Memorial State Park, WA

399 RV rentals

Brooks Memorial State Park is situated in south-central Washington 15 miles north of Goldendale, a city and county seat of Klickitat County. The 682-acre seasonal camping park is located just off Highway 97 in between the barren hills of the south Yakima Valley and the pine forests of the Simcoe Mountains.

The park was established between 1944 and 1957 and was named in honor of local resident Nelson B. Brooks, who is credited with developing a fantastic community road system. Book an RV in Klickitat County and plan a rustic retreat at Brooks Memorial State Park, where you'll be able to experience Washington’s stunning environments, epic views, and abundant wildlife.

Conconully State Park, WA

200 RV rentals

One of the Washington State Bureau of Reclamation’s first projects to control irrigation and create reservoirs for local farmers, Conconully State Park was created in 1910 alongside with the Conconully Dam. Washington State Parks took over management in 1945, and officially established as a recreation spot for outdoorsmen and nature lovers.

The neighboring town, Conconully, butts up against the park’s boundaries, and they hold annual events in the park throughout the year. Perhaps the most notable one is the Outhouse Race, held in January. Participants dress in costumes, plop their outhouses on skis, and ride to the finish line. The Outhouse Race has been run since the late 1980s and is fast becoming a popular draw for the local towns …

Curlew Lake State Park, WA

260 RV rentals

Curlew Lake State Park is located in northern Washington state, close to the US - Canada border and the towns of Republic, Curlew, and Tonasket. The park, as its namesake suggests, lies on the eastern shores of Curlew Lake. Flanked by the Colville National Forest, the Ferry National Forest, and a string of mountain ranges, Curlew Lake State Park is located in some of the most idyllic and breathtaking scenery in all of Washington State.

With an endless list of lakeside recreation and a vast area of woodland and foothills to explore, Curlew Lake State Park is the perfect place to take an RV rental in the state of Washington. Accessing the park with a rental RV …

Daroga State Park, WA

473 RV rentals

The name, Daroga, is an amalgamation of three brothers’ names: DAvid, RObert, and GRady Auvil. The trio founded a peach orchard company, the Auvil Fruit Company, in the early 1940s and created a new type of peach called Daroga Peach. The original site of the orchard was flooded after the construction of Rocky Reach Dam. The orchard had to be moved further inland as a result. Grady Auvil is also credited with creating the famous Granny Smith apple and bringing Rainier Cherry to Washington State. The site of the original orchard was later sold to Chelan County in 1981 and has been leased to the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission since then.

Central Washington, in contrast with the coastal …

Hells Gate State Park, ID

156 RV rentals

Hells Gate State Park sits on a river bottom that was exposed after the great ice age floods. The result of this is a beautiful park, filled with recreational opportunities, drawing people from Idaho and beyond. The park was also the site of New Perce Village; however, there is little of this left to see now.

The park is located in Lewiston, Idaho, along the states Banana Belt. This and it's higher elevation means that the state park has a long warm period in the summer months, drawing people to search for an RV in Nez Perce County. As well as visiting the park, for those that make use of the campgrounds, there are also nearby towns to explore, …

Heyburn State Park, ID

177 RV rentals

When you plan a motorhome camping trip in Idaho, consider a visit to Heyburn State Park, Idaho's very first state park. Located in the city of Plummer, it’s also the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Covering a massive 8000-acres, the state park is not very far from the cities of Post Falls and Saint Maries. Book an RV in Benewah County and set off on an adventure to explore these cities, after your camping trip to the park. Heyburn State Park is home to three scenic lakes, Benewah, Chatcolet and Hidden Lakes, along with a part of St. Joe River winding through parts of the park as well.

A tribe of Native Americans was the first …

Iron Horse State Park, WA

724 RV rentals

Iron Horse State Park spans over 1,612 acres and rests within Washington’s Cascade Mountains. The state park was once where a major railroad line passed through, and the track has since been converted into a trail. Iron Horse State Park also contains a few historic railroad buildings, some of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Iron Horse State Park is a short drive away from Seattle and Tacoma. While summers can be comfortable, winters can be very frigid, and temperatures can sometimes drop to below zero.

Kanaskat Palmer State Park, WA

724 RV rentals

Laying on the banks of Green River, Kanaskat Palmer State Park is a small place that offers many outdoor opportunities to its visitors. This heavily forested park is east of Maple Valley, WA, and half an hour away from Kent, WA. The Green River is the main feature of Kanaskat Palmer State Park since it has rapids suitable for kayaking and canoeing.

You don’t have to be completely into water sports to enjoy picturesque Kanaskat Palmer State Park. The 541-acre state park has 3 miles of hiking and biking trails that pass next to the river. The trails are popular among wildlife viewers because the woods are inhabited by dozens of different bird species and animals. Should all …

Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, WA

649 RV rentals

Sitting deep within Washington’s North Cascades National Park, Lake Chelan National Recreation Area is enveloped by vast valleys, towering peaks, and countless glaciers. The beauty of this area is made even more so due to its isolation. In fact, there are no roads here at all, which means you’ll need to leave your trusty RV rental in the town of Chelan during your time in the park.

Your first port of call in the national park will be the small town of Stehekin, home to no more than 100 residents. When you book an RV rental in Chelan County, you’ll be as close to this recreational hotspot as you can get in a car. From here, the easiest …

Lake Chelan State Park, WA

388 RV rentals

Lake Chelan State Park is located on the forested south shore of Lake Chelan, in Chelan County, Washington. The 139-acre state park is best known for its glacier-fed lake, which stretches across 50 miles and lies where the tall peaks of the Cascade Mountains meet the eastern Washington desert. At one end of the lake is the resort town of Chelan. At the other end is the remote village of Stehekin and the North Cascades National Park.

Lake Chelan sits on land historically associated with the Chelan Indian Tribe and is located within the traditional territory of several native groups. The main access to the park is from Chelan, which was established as a military post in 1880 and …

Lake Easton State Park, WA

729 RV rentals

Impressive and stoic mountain ranges, lanky and robust trees touching the skyline, and friendly, happy-go-lucky residents; sounds like Washington State. Situated comfortably between Seattle and Ellensburg in the tiny town of Easton, Lake Easton State Park is a great hideaway from the bustling life of the metropolitan areas. The park has more acres than the town does people, in case you were wondering just how small Easton really is.

Tucked away in a glacial valley within the Cascade Mountain foothills, Lake Easton State Park is a 697-acre camping park with a whopping 24000 feet of freshwater access along the shores of Lake Easton. Open year-round, camping at Lake Easton State Park draws winter and summer travelers alike. While perusing …

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, WA

235 RV rentals

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, located in northeast Washington State, is not far from the towns and cities of Spokane, Chewelah, and Wellpinit. The recreational area lies on the banks of Lake Roosevelt, a lake formed with the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River. Being on the banks of Lake Roosevelt and the Columbia River gives visitors a vast opportunity for all sorts of water-based recreation. From the world-class fishing to the entire spectrum of watersports. The land surrounding Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area is also a landscape of rolling foothills, mountains, and pristine forests. All this provides a natural playground for hiking and nature watching.

With nearly a million visitors a year, …

Lake Wenatchee State Park, WA

691 RV rentals

Whether you want to paddle in a beautiful alpine lake, climb a towering mountain, tackle some winter sports, or just enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, Lake Wenatchee State Park is definitely worth a visit. Located near Leavenworth, roughly two miles east of Seattle, this iconic park covers 492 acres on the shores of Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River.

It's a stunning destination where visitors can indulge in a wide range of leisure activities, and it's open for camping all year round. If you're thinking of camping in Lake Wenatchee State Park in a rental RV, keep reading to find out how to plan the perfect vacation.

Liberty Lake Regional Park, WA

176 RV rentals

Liberty Lake Regional Park is located in eastern Washington, close to the Idaho border, and the towns of Liberty Lake, WA, Spokane, WA, and Hayden, ID. Lying on the shores of Liberty Lake, Liberty Lake Regional Park acts as the place to go for folks of the city and its surrounding area. The sprawling park encompasses a vast area of nearly four thousand acres. These include a picturesque landscape of wetlands, montane forests, and idyllic lawn areas. With the backdrop of Washington State’s foothills and vast woodlands, Liberty Lake Regional Park is a dream come true for any lover of the great outdoors.

The combination of great lakeside and hiking recreation, combined with easy access to nearby …

Lincoln Rock State Park, WA

583 RV rentals

Lincoln Rock State Park lies at the heart of Washington, a few miles north from the town of Wenatchee, where Routes 2, 97, and 28 meet. Less than a three-hour drive from both Spokane and Seattle, Lincoln Rock State Park is a perfect summer retreat for those renting an RV to escape the big cities.

Mauve crops and rocky outcrops envelop the park. One rock in particular, which has been known by Native Americans for hundreds of years, resembles the profile of Abraham Lincoln, after whom the park is named. The rocks themselves are not strictly within the boundaries of the state park but are the main attraction of the park that provides a stunning platform on which …