As the weather begins to warm up, now’s the time to plan the next family road trip. If you and your family are fans of the RV lifestyle, then Washington State has a lot to offer. That’s why we’ve rounded up five ideal RV campgrounds in our great state for a summertime adventure.

Icicle River RV Resort

Located 120 miles east of Seattle, the 75-year-old Icicle River RV Resort offers 50 acres of breathtaking scenery and activities for the whole family. You can enjoy hiking trails, natural climbing walls, river rafting, lakes, streams, orchards, and even wineries in the Cascade Mountains. With a total of 10 campsites that neighbor the Icicle River, the resort is also very close to Leavenworth. Leavenworth is a charming Bavarian-style town filled with restaurants and shops. There’s lots of things to do and lots of options to keep everyone busy.

Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier is one of the most iconic peaks in Washington State. Even better, Mount Rainier National Park is only a two-hour drive from Seattle. Cougar Rock Group Campground is situated within the very popular Paradise section of the park. It offers spectacular views, hiking trails, and access to the visitor center and lodge. You should reserve your spot quickly before they’re sold out for the summer season.

Another option within Mount Rainier National Park and nearby to Cougar Rock is the Mounthaven Resort in Ashford. Close to the park entrance, it’s quickly accessible to 100s of miles of hiking trails. Camping options also include full hookup RV sites, tent sites, and two camping cabins. This is a great spot to relax and enjoy nature.

Kalaloch Campground

Perched on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Kalaloch Campground is located on the Olympic Peninsula and perfect for those who love the sight and sound of the crashing waves. A popular site for families, the beautiful campground has 168 campsites, including campfire rings and picnic tables. There are also three national wildlife refuges and the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary nearby.

Deception Pass State Park

One of the most visited parks in Washington State, Deception Pass State Park sprawls across both Whidbey and Fidalgo islands, which are connected by the Canoe Pass and Deception Pass bridges. This park offers 4,134 acres of ancient forest, three freshwater lakes, and over 14 miles of shoreline along Puget Sound.


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