De beste vloot campers te huur in Seattle
Few places in the world are as captivatingly beautiful as America's Pacific Northwest. Rent a campervan or RV from Seattle and discover rainforests that tumble onto rocky beaches and rugged mountains that rise out of the flat deserts. A road trip through the PNW is one you'll always remember.
Seattle itself is surrounded by three breathtaking national parks–Mt. Rainier, Olympic, and North Cascade National Park–and in easy driving range of many more.
For those who enjoy a challenge, hiking up to the 14,000-foot summit is a right of passage among many Seattle natives. Join them on the trek to the top, or choose one of the less challenging but spectacular trails to explore around the mountain's base.
Drive your campervan or RV rental along the famous coastal highway 101 to reach Olympic National Park. Here, you can take a kayaking tour through sea caves, explore the marine tide pools, or spot majestic whales from the rocky shores.
Continue your adventure along the 101 to the Canadian-American border where North Cascade National Park resides. Hike through the jagged cascade mountains to reach cascading waterfalls and pristine swimming holes.
Drive your campervan or RV rental to Vancouver, Canada, to see the stunning rainforest oasis that is Stanley Park, or head south towards San Francisco to visit the ancient volcanic ruins of Lassen Volcanic National Park .
Located on the coast, Seattle has plenty of sandy and rocky beaches for you to explore in your campervan or RV rental.
Observe the abundant wildlife and untouched scenery of Discovery Park just outside the city. Enjoy secluded shorelines that fade into a dense rainforest at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park or stop at Madrona Park–a tucked-away beach on the Lake Washington shore.
As you drive your campervan or RV rental away from the coast, you'll encounter several small lakes, streams, and rivers to explore. Just an hour and a half north of Seattle, Whatcom Falls is a deep, clear swimming hole with a waterfall that promises to impress travelers of all ages.
Head south with your campervan to Lewis River falls to encounter wildflower meadows, towering cedar trees, and a myriad of swimming opportunities along the hike. Finally, take a leisurely float down the Green River Gorge to discover secluded swimming spots and shady picnic areas–a spot loved by the locals.
Having a safe place to stay and spend the night is essential to ensure you're well-rested throughout your campervan road trip. Seattle has many phenomenal campervan and RV rental-friendly campgrounds, but it's always a good idea to call ahead to reserve a spot or check availability.
Many campsites can be booked up to 6 months in advance, while others operate on a "first come, first served" basis. Here are a few campsites you might consider staying at in your campervan or RV rental: Cranberry Lake Campground at Deception Pass, Steamboat Rock State Park Campgrounds, Grayland Beach State Park Campground, and Icicle River RV Resort.
For more camping tips and how-to guides on where to go and how to make the most out of your Seattle campervan adventure, check out our Indie Campers blog . There, you'll find more ways to make your campervan experience extraordinary.