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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.
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Looking for a relaxing weekend getaway in your RV rental? Located just half an hour away from the stunning town of Cove, Catherine Creek Park offers spectacular views of Oregon’s rugged Wallowa Mountains and Catherine Creek. Far away from modern distractions, unplug and rewind on the hilly North Fork Catherine Creek Trail, or kick off your shoes and splash your feet in the cool water of the creek itself.
Once owned by a Mr. Collins, the land was gifted to the county so that it could remain a park. Later in the 1950s, after transferring hands to the state of Oregon, the land was developed for recreation and day-use for the public. To this day, camping near Catherine Creek …
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Make your way to the state of Idaho for a motorhome camping trip this summer. Dworshak State Park is ready to welcome you with loads of outdoor fun. Located along the western shore of the scenic Dworshak Reservoir just north of Orofino, ID, Dworshak State Park covers close to 850 acres of land covered in trees and meadows. Apt for a range of adventure activities, camping at Dworshak State Park is ideal for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts keen on immersing themselves in the outdoors.
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Nestled in the Oregon Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area is not only home to the deepest river gorge in the United States but is also a place with incredibly diverse flora and fauna. Nature lovers flock to this place all year round to explore it in a boat or on foot. Hells Canyon National Recreation Area is perfect for hiking, fishing, and wildlife observation.
This 652,488-acre recreation area was established by President Gerald Ford in 1975. The U.S. Congress recognized the historical importance of this land and wanted to protect the Hells Canyon Archeological District. The recreation area is located east of Enterprise and two hours away from La Grande. When you want to experience the …
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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, …
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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 …
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Nestled by the banks of the Grande Ronde River, Hilgard Junction State Park is just outside Baker City, OR. The park is also less than an hour away from Pendleton. This state park features breathtaking landscapes, untouched nature, and very rich wildlife. Anglers are a frequent sight on the banks of the river, as they try to catch bull trout, spring chinook salmon, and many other species.
This 23-acre park is not large but offers plenty of outdoor opportunities for visitors who love to spend their time in the wilderness. Dense woods are a perfect location for wildlife watching as the area has a healthy population of deer, beavers, and minks. Birds can be spotted in the trees …
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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 …
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Set against a backdrop of rolling hills on the northern bank of the Columbia River, Maryhill State Park is a beautiful camping spot with a little something for everyone. Located near Goldendale in southern Washington, this 81-acre park is small in size but offers easy access to a wide range of activities and attractions.
Fishing, boating, windsurfing, and relaxing are all on offer within the park itself, while a world-famous art museum and scores of wonderful wineries are all just a short drive away. Best of all, Maryhill State Park also has a scenic campground where you can set up camp in an RV for a few nights or more, so it's well worth visiting for anyone exploring the spectacular …
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Minam State Recreation Area lies in northeastern Oregon, close to the towns and cities of Elgin, Wallowa, and Enterprise. Cutting its way through the northern valleys of Oregon, the Minam State Recreation Area encompasses vast swathes of green woodlands, grassland, and the Wallowa River. Many of its visitors seek the great outdoors that only this part of Oregon can offer. From the fantastic fishing and rafting to be had down the Wallowa River, to the woodland hikes and exploration to be had around the park, Minam State Recreation Area has it all.
This endless repetiteur of outdoor recreation makes Minam State Recreation Area the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental …
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In the heart of the Washington Palouse region, Palouse Falls formed around 13,000 years ago as the last great glacier scraped and gouged its way north. Palouse Falls is one of the few waterfalls from the Ice Age-era still flowing today in the United States. In 1951, Palouse Falls State Park was officially established, providing it some protection from commercial endeavors. The Palouse region is a gently rolling plains that somewhat resembles sand dunes, especially in late summer, when the heat has set in and browned the wheat and barley to shimmering gold. Largely an agricultural region, most of the towns are centered around farming and transport of grains.
The closest large town, Pomeroy, is about 40 miles to …
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A really easy way to explore central Washington is to search for an RV in Grant County, which is centrally located in the state. This county is home to Potholes State Park, which is a great destination to visit when you are staying in the area. Potholes State Park is a very unique, 773-acre park that has over 6,000 feet of freshwater shorelines for guests to enjoy. The park was originally formed after an Ice-Age event carved chunks out of the land, creating hundreds of tiny islands that are surrounded by small, pothole like lakes.
Potholes State Park is a pleasant place to enjoy some state park RV camping, and since it is centrally located in the state, there …
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Located just a few miles north of Spokane, Riverside State Park lies along the route of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers. It is one of the largest state parks in Washington, covering over 11,000 acres and offers a range of outdoor activities to enjoy. There are very few large towns in the area due to the terrain, but you are very close to several forests, including the large Coeur d'Alene National Forest.
The terrain in this area is hilly as it’s on the edge of the Cascade Mountain range, but it makes a great location for exploring the Washington State area when you search for an RV in Spokane County.
The park was established in 1933 …
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One really easy way to explore central Washington is to book an RV in Grant County. This county is conveniently located in the center of the state and gives you easy access to both natural and man-made attractions. Sun Lakes State Park, more formerly known as Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park, is in Grant County and is a great destination when you are looking to do some state park RV camping. This park covers over 4,000 acres of land, with included lakes and waterfalls.
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Oregon is most well known for its western shores, but those vacationing here would be mistaken to completely avoid eastern Oregon since it has ample outdoor destinations to explore. In northeast Oregon, in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, outdoor enthusiasts are able to explore Wallowa Lake State Park when they book an RV in Wallowa County. This state park is situated on the south end of Lake Wallowa and is surrounded by gorgeous mountain scenery and green, lush trees.
Unlike many of Oregon’s other state parks, Wallowa Lake State Park is near to a variety of cities that can be explored during your outdoor adventure. Camping with an RV in the area is easy, and cities like La Grande and …
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Although there were Native Americans and pioneers living around the area for many years prior, the significance of Wanapum State Park was not fully realized until 1932. Professor George Beck taught geology at Washington Normal School in Ellensburg (now Central Washington University). He frequently would take his students on trips to regions with known geological features and instruct them to search the area for unusual features. It was on one of these trips that Beck found a tree log made out of stone. A few short years later, in 1935, the area was established as a state park.
Wanapum State Park is home to one of the most varied petrified wood trees. Most petrified forests have two or three different …