Here Are Some of Our Favorite Washington RV Rentals
Start Your RV Rental Adventure in Washington State
The northwesternmost state in the contiguous US, the State of Washington is known by many as The Evergreen State, and is bordered on the south by the State of Oregon, and on the east by the State of Idaho. Traveling in your RV Rental through Washington State, you can see ocean, rain forest, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, magnificent rivers, alpine lakes wilderness, high desert and even never-ending grassy plains.
You can pick up an RV rental at our Washington State location in Everett, just a few minutes north of Seattle. Each of our RV rental stores is near a major airport, so if you’re visiting Washington State for your RV Rental vacation, you’ll be sure to get on the road quickly to places such as Mt. Rainier National Park, Lake Chelan, the Olympic Peninsula, or even take your RV rental just outside Washington State and visit Glacier National Park in western Montana.
Exploring Washington State
With most of us being lifelong Washington residents, the staff at NW Adventure Rentals is very familiar with all the best that Washington State has to offer. Here are a few of our favorite RV Rental destinations in Washington State.
Located on the eastern edge of Washington’s Cascade Mountains, and right next to the North Cascades National Park, Lake Chelan is a 50-mile long wonder, with unbelievably clear, blue water, and an astonishing depth of almost 1500 feet! There are numerous campgrounds and RV parks around Lake Chelan for your RV rental, and so much to see and do that you could easily spend your whole two weeks exploring the area.
One of the most spectacular places to take your RV rental in Washington State, the Olympic Peninsula and the National Park that bears its name, are only a short drive and a spectacular ferry ride from NW Adventure Rentals Everett, WA location. From the breathtaking views, elevation and winds at Hurricane Ridge, to the inspiring and almost otherworldly Lake Crescent, to the remote and rugged northern Washington coast, your RV rental vacation on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula will be the experience of a lifetime.
So stay for the day, or the week. There is plenty to do in Seattle, WA, all from the comfort of your RV rental!
Mt. Rainier National Park
Perhaps the most iconic mountain in the USA, standing 14,410 feet above sea level, Mt. Rainier is one of the best places ever for an RV rental vacation. That is, if you don’t mind camping on an active volcano! With campsites galore, endless hiking and biking trails, beautiful meadows filled with flowers, and scenic vistas that will take your breath away, taking your RV rental to Mt. Rainier National Park is sure to please the entire family and provide an RV rental experience that will be talked about for years to come.
Frequently Asked Questions
NW Adventure Rentals is the premier RV rental agency in the Seattle area for the following reasons:
- We offer late model, luxury rental RVs that are fully (and we mean FULLY) furnished.
- Our rental units are sparkling clean, sanitized and meticulously maintained for your rental.
- Your RV rental will not have advertising graphics all over it, you’re renting an RV, not a billboard!
- We have skin in the game – unlike a private individual with one RV on one of those RV rental websites, we won’t change our mind and leave you stranded. We’ll make sure your rental vacation goes off without a hitch (unless you’re renting a trailer, then we’ll include the hitch!)
Our rental units come with the following equipment:
- Cookware – pots and pans, cookie sheet, knife set, French press coffee maker, toaster, tea kettle
- Kitchenware – utensils, dishes, measuring cups, cutting board, wine-bottle opener, oven mitts
- Bedding, kitchen and bath towels, dish soap & sponge, Lysol & paper towels, broom & dust pan
- Wheel chocks, sewer hose, fresh water hose, pressure regulator, electrical adapter
- It’s all included, we did our best to think of everything you might need for your RV Rental adventure!
Absolutely! We wouldn’t want to leave Fido home, and neither should you. We only ask that your pet treat the RV with care, and that you take responsibility for any damage or cleanliness issues that may arise. But this is rarely a problem, and dogs love an RV rental adventure almost as much as you do.
At NW Adventure Rentals, the answer is… Great!! Did you know that most of our fleet is privately owned? Through our Leaseback Program, we will rent out your RV and share the rental revenue with you, the owner. We provide free storage, we’ll furnish the RV and insure it (our insurance covers you as well) and we’ll manage all maintenance needs. You get to use the RV whenever you want, and when you’re not using it, you’ll be earning money! Visit our Leaseback Section to learn more.
RV rentals and Travel Trailer rentals each have their distinct advantages. Renting an RV instead of a travel trailer is generally more maneuverable, and also does not require you to own a tow vehicle. You can pull into a rest area and use the kitchen or restroom without going outside, and kids can sit at the table with seatbelts and be entertained while you are driving. A travel trailer rental, on the other hand, offers the ability to park the trailer at your campsite and use the tow vehicle to get around more easily than a sometimes cumbersome RV.
Your RV Rental needs will vary depending on how many people you are bringing, and where you plan to go. If there are two people who plan to go skiing in the mountains, you might consider one of our smaller, all-wheel-drive campervan rentals. On the other hand, a long road-trip with four kids might call for renting a Class A motorhome with plenty of space. Remember, dinnertime and bedtime are when your RV rental will feel most crowded, and however large the motorhome feels when you pick it up, it is bound to shrink once everyone is milling about inside.
Many of our RV Rental customers fly to Washington from out of state. If you’re picking up from our Everett, WA store, you can fly to Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA), or better yet, see if you can get a flight to Paine Field in Everett, WA, a smaller, less crowded airport that is closer to our RV rental store.
If you’re picking up your RV rental from our Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA store, you can fly to Portland International Airport (PDX), or KPDX, and if you’re starting your RV rental vacation in Spokane, WA, look for flights to Spokane International Airport (GEG), just a short drive from our RV rental store in Spokane Valley, WA.
Either way, the best solution for most people is to use Uber or Lyft to get to our RV Rental facility from the airport. Your motorhome rental will be eagerly waiting for you!