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RV Rentals in Olympia, WA

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RV Rentals in Olympia, WA

Discover Olympia

Washington's postcard-perfect capital, Olympia, is the ideal base from which to explore the Pacific Northwest. Campers will find themselves surrounded by stunning landscapes, with the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Range, and the shoreline a stone's throw from the city. Oly also boasts some exciting attractions for all ages, like the Hands On Children's Museum, the Old Capitol Building, and the Olympia Farmers Market.

Washington isn't known for its sunshine, so book your Olympia RV rental in the summer or fall so you can discover the state's varied countryside without much rain. If you're looking to attend the biggest and best local events, visit in the fall when Olympia Harbor Days and the Olympia Arts Walk take place. Whether you’re heading to the beach or to tour Seattle, you can’t go wrong with a camper rental in Olympia.

RV campgrounds in Olympia

RV campgrounds in Olympia

Olympia is a quaint city surrounded by miles of untouched forests, so you'll find plenty of peaceful RV parks nearby. One of the top-rated RV campgrounds in Olympia is the American Heritage Campground. Located just 7 miles south of downtown, this is one of the most convenient campgrounds around. Sites come with full hookups, 30-amp electricity, and back-in access. The American Heritage Campground is superb for canine campers, and there's an on-site dog park so your pup won’t get restless. On-site creature comforts include laundry services and Wi-Fi near the camp buildings. When you're not off exploring, cool off in the swimming pool and take a ride down one of the bicycle trails.

Or, roll the dice on a stay at the Little Creek Casino RV Park. Located 15 miles northwest of Olympia at a casino resort, this campground features over 40 sites with full hookups and 50-amp electricity. If gambling isn't your thing, relax by the indoor swimming pool or chow down at one of six nearby restaurants. Pets are welcome, and the campground is decked out with loads of handy amenities, like free Wi-Fi, a laundry room, and a convenience store.

If you'd prefer to stay farther from the city, check out the Midway Campground. This RV park is located in Centralia, midway between Portland and Seattle, which is ideal if you're road-tripping along the West Coast. Each spacious concrete pad provides full hookups, 30- and 50-amp electricity, and pull-through access. This RV park is pet friendly with a section of camp reserved just for pet parents. You can spend your downtime at the huge rec hall or participate in organized events like potluck dinners and movie nights. Campers will also have access to Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and a grocery store.

Things to do in Olympia

Things to do in Olympia

Planning on taking your Olympia trailer rental for a spin into the city? Traffic in Olympia is generally good; however, Interstate 5 toward Seattle and Tacoma can be bumper-to-bumper during rush hour. You'll find street parking for RVs in some parts of the city where you can leave your rig for a couple of hours. You can also ride the Intercity Transit bus services around downtown for free.

One of the best attractions for young families in Olympia is the Hands On Children's Museum. The most popular kid's museum in the region, the Hands On Children's Museum features around 150 interactive exhibits to offer a fun and educational experience for your little ones. Your kids will love roleplaying as emergency services, building their own boat at Puget Sound, and sitting high up in the eagle's nest at Tide to Trees Climber.

Looking to pick up a souvenir from your trip? Then swing by the Olympia Farmers Market. The second-largest market in Washington boasts over 100 vendors selling handcrafted and homegrown products, ranging from kombucha to candles. Why not grab some homemade baked goods and head to Percival Landing Park for an impromptu picnic overlooking West Bay?

Washington is excellent for a wild adventure, and anybody looking to appreciate the state's sublime mountains should head to Olympic National Park. Encompassing nearly a million acres of the Olympic Mountains an hour northwest of Olympia, there are few better places to get lost in nature. The park also boasts over 70 miles of coastline if you want a day by the ocean. Popular activities in the park include hiking, fishing, and boating.

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