Budget RV Hire Washington

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Visit the Historic State of Washington

The state of Washington is a great place to visit if you love rugged coastlines, forests, deserts, coastal islands, and mountains. The state has damp forested coastal areas (west), the Cascade Mountains (which intersects the west and east), and deserts, pine forests, and the Columbia River Plateau (east). Getting around the city is more convenient if you ride a private vehicle due to limited bus services.

Must-see Destinations in Washington State

As mentioned, it is essential to have a private vehicle when navigating the streets of Washington. If you are out there with a motor home, make sure to know the route and have a map and GPS to assist you. You can access the US highways and Washington state routes to access the major streets in the state.

The major destinations you should not miss are:

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is located southwest of the state. It is among the country’s national monuments. The site had a massive volcanic eruption in May 18, 1980.

Mount Rainier National Park in south-east Seattle is among the country’s national parks. The park is centered on the stunning cone of Mount Rainier – an active stratovolcano that stands around 14,410 feet high.

Make sure to visit other arts, culture and historic destinations in Washington to know more about the state and its rich history.

Other destinations you should visit:

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is where you can find the story of the 1897-98 stampede to the Yukon gold fields and Seattle’s involvement in this event

Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail is a site where 32 men, one woman, and a baby travelled between May 1804 and September 1806 from the Midwestern plains to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. This band of individuals branded themselves the Corps of Discovery.

Nez Perce National Historic Park is made up of 38 sites situated throughout the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. The park spans three major eco regions which cover a wide range of climate and elevations. The park was established in 1965 with a museum headquartered in Spalding, Idaho.

North Cascades National Park is the largest and one of the three National Park Service units that make up the North Cascades National Park Service Complex. It has rugged mountain peaks and protected areas of the North Cascades range. Adjoining it are several national wilderness areas and British Columbia parkland.

Olympic National Park is made up of temperate rain forest, wild coastlines, and rugged Olympic Mountains.

San Juan Island National Historical Park is the location where the US and Great Britain almost went to war over a dead pig in 1859.

For activity seekers:

• Make sure to visit San Juan Islands for sailing, fishing, scuba diving, cycling, and sea kayaking.
• Watch killer whales in Bellingham Bay, Lime Kiln State Park, and Haro Strait.
• For bird watchers, you can hire a local birding guide to help you see some of the hundreds of species in the state.
• Salt water and fresh water fishing opportunities are available where you can fish for Albacore tuna, bottom fish, salmon, and trout.
• Go to Mount Baker if you love skiing.
• Visit ape Caves for hiking.
• Frenchman Coulee is the best place for rock climbing.
• For fresh produce, visit Yakima Valley farms, and Whatcom and Skagit Counties.
• Winery tours are available in the state’s wine country.

Campervan Sites in Washington

Many of Washington State’s RV campsites are facilitated with recreational facilities such as heated pools, gyms, and whirlpools. Others have boating, swimming, and fishing facilities as well. Amenities available may vary, but they have the basics such as showers, laundry areas, gas outlets, power and water hook-ups, RV storage and self-service wash, and nearby shops.

Check out RV Village Resort, Moon River RV Resort, Horn Rapids RV Resort, and The Waterfront at Potlatch. You can also check other top-rated Washington RV campsites for more options.